2019 Tata Tiago NRG AMT Launched- New Delhi: Tata Motors launches an automatic variant of the crossover version Tiago NRG of hatchback car Tiago. The ex-showroom price of Tiago NAG with automatic transmission is Rs 6.15 lakh. Launched in September 2018, this car was available only in manual transmission. The option of an automatic transmission is given only with the car’s petrol engine.
2019 Tata Tiago NRG AMT Launched
In comparison to the petrol engine-manual transmission of Tata Tiago, the cost of the new variant with automatic transmission is more than 45 thousand rupees. Apart from the automatic transmission, there is no other update in the car. Tiago NRG Standard is the rugged version of Tiogo. Black plastic cladding around it, front and rear skid plates, black grill, roof rails and more ground clearance make it different from Standard Tiago.
The 14-inch steel veil, reflector headlamps, contrast stitch fabric upholstery, manual AC, power assisted and tilt unstable steering, high-extruded driver seat, remote locking, all four power windows and electric methods, which look like alloy wheels in Tiago NRG There are some special features like wing mirrors to be unveiled.
Tiago NRG has 1.2-litre petrol with 85hp power and a 1.05-litre diesel engine with 70hp power. Both engines have a 5-speed manual transmission standard. Petrol engine now has an option of AMT. This collision in the market is considered by Maruti Suzuki Silario X and Mahindra KUV 100 NXT.
According to Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI), gasoline engine-manual transmission of Tiago NRG mileage is 22 kilometre per litre and diesel engine-manual transmission mileage is 25 kilometres per litre. For the latest updates, and more info, you can visit www.indiatimelines.com.
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