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Tata Tiago Facelift vs Rivals: Fuel Efficiency Comparison

Tata Tiago was recently launched with a facelift and BS6-compliant engine. The facelift will lock horns with Hyundai Santro, Maruti Suzuki Celerio, Maruti Suzuki Wagon R and Datsun Go. Before comparing the efficiency, let’s have a look at the price comparison.

Tata Tiago facelift vs Rivals | Price

Variants Tata Tiago Hyundai Santro Maruti Celerio  Maruti WagonR Datsun Go
Petrol Manual Rs. 4.60-6.10 lakh Rs. 4.57-5.78 lakh Rs. 4.41-5.46 lakh Rs. 4.42-5.44 lakh Rs. 3.73-5.53 lakh
Petrol Automatic Rs. 6.20-6.60 lakh Rs. 5.53-6.25 lakh Rs. 5.23-5.67 lakh Rs. 5.34-5.91 lakh Rs. 5.94-6.18 lakh

*Price is ex-showroom Delhi

It is clear that Maruti Suzuki is still offering the cheapest cars in the segment. But an important aspect that both the family cars lag at is safety. Let’s have a look at the safety comparison too.

Tata Tiago facelift vs Rivals | Crash Test Ratings

Models Adult Occupancy Child Occupancy
Tata Tiago 4 3
Hyundai Santro 2 2
Maruti Suzuki WagonR 2 2
Maruti Suzuki Celerio 0 1
Datsun Go 0 2

*Global NCAP rating

It is clear from the table that no carmaker other than Tata Motors seems to have any concerns regarding the safety of consumers. Global NCAP recently lashed out at Maruti Suzuki and other car manufacturers for not making safer cars.

The price of the rivals is less than that of the Tata Tiago but at what cost?

Tata Tiago facelift vs rivals | Fuel Efficiency

Parameters Tata Tiago   Hyundai Santro  Maruti Celerio  Maruti WagonR  Datsun Go
Engine 1.2-litre 1.1-litre 1.0-litre 1.2-litre / 1.0-litre 1.2-litre
Power 86hp 69hp 68hp 68hp/83hp 68hp
Torque 113Nm 99Nm 90Nm 90Nm/113Nm 104Nm
ARAI Mileage 19.8kmpl 20.3kmpl 21.63kmpl 20.52/21.79kmpl 19.72kmpl

All the cars except Datsun Go have BS6-compliant engines. The engines come mated with 5-speed manual transmission. Tata Tiago has the lowest efficiency in the BS6 models though the difference is negligible.

The consumers of India really need to look more than KITNA DETI HAI mentality and ask for safety in their cars. Then only is the safer roads possible. Kudos to Tata for making the safety the priority.

Suggested read: How the Consumer Trend For Cars Is Changing in India

Ritvik Gupta
Ex-Technical Content Developer at GoMechanic | Automobile enthusiast with a knack to decode it for everyone | Automobile Engineer by passion


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