Ever since its launch, the Tata Tiago has been one of the best-selling hatchbacks in India. With top of the line safety and a peppy yet power-packed engine, the Tiago is indeed the first choice of many. But with 9 variants on offer, choosing the one that fits your needs is quite a task. This is why we have brought to you the head-on comparison of two of the most sold variants in the Tiago Lineup. Here’s the Tata Tiago XT vs. XZA
XT vs. XZA |Variant Overview
Two of the most sold variants in the Tata Tiago lineup both the XT and XZA sit between the base model on one hand and the top-spec version on the other. While both variants are powered by the Revotron 1.2 Litre Petrol burner producing 86 PS of power with 113 NM of torque, the XT comes mated to a 5-speed manual while the higher end XZA comes with a 5-speed AMT. Transmission, therefore, is the key difference between both the trims, along with other hits and misses.
XT vs. XZA | Hits and Misses
While both the XT and the XZA are promising in terms of price and offerings, there are a few things that the XT variant misses, and the XZA gets. For a better understanding, here is what the XZA gains over the XT.
Exterior Additions on the XZA
- Dual Tone Hyper Style Wheels
- Front Fog Lamps with Chrome Garnish
- Blackened B Pillar
Interior Additions on the XZA
- Rear Parcel Tray
- Body-Coloured Side Air Vents with Chrome Garnish
SafetyAdditions on the XZA
- Front Fog Lamps
- Rear Defogger
- Rear Wiper and Washer
Infotainment Additions on the XZA
- Connect Next 7 inch touch infotainment
- Apple Car Play
- Android Auto
- 4 tweeters
- Call Rejection with SMS Feature
- Audio and Video Playback
- Incoming SMS and Notification Read Out
- Voice Command
- Connect Next Application
Comfort Additions on the XZA
- Co-Driver Vanity Mirror
- Cooled Glove Box
- ORVM Auto-Fold and Locking
- Height Adjustable Driver Seat
- One-Touch Down Power Windows(Driver)
These are all the additions that the XZA trim comes with. As evident above, the major hits for the XZA comes within the infotainment as well as the comfort section, making the Automatic transmission powered XZA a worthy upgrade over the XT for sure. But how does this difference translate in terms of the pricing? Let’s find out.
XT vs. XZA | Price Comparison
|Tata Tiago XT||Tata Tiago XZA|
|Rs. 5.62 Lakhs (Ex-Showroom)||Rs. 6.59 Lakhs( Ex-Showroom)|
When it comes to the price spectrum, the feature-rich XZA is about Rs. 97,000 dearer as compared to the manual transmission power XT trim. The strongest footing of the XZA is the 5-speed AMT on offer, which when coupled with the comfort and infotainment additions, revamps the whole experience of the hatchback, making it even more worthy. The XZA is thus is a worthy upgrade over the XT Trim, especially for those who want the convenience of auto transmission.
So this was the XT vs. XZA comparison. If you too are confused between car trims, mention your doubts in the comment section below for us to bring you a head-on comparison. Till then, stay pinned to the GoMechanic Blog for everything automotive.
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