Tata launches a sportier Tiago, the Tiago Wizz at Rs 4.52 lakh

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Sep 14, 2017, 2:21 pm IST
Updated Sep 14, 2017, 2:21 pm IST
The limited edition trim gets nine new features, all of which add to its visual appeal.
Wizz is adorned with dual-tone interiors that flaunt a piano black finish and sporty red accents and a new, patterned seat fabric.
 Wizz is adorned with dual-tone interiors that flaunt a piano black finish and sporty red accents and a new, patterned seat fabric.

To cash in on the growing popularity of its Tiago, Tata Motors has come up with a limited edition variant of the Tiago named as Tiago Wizz. The sportier looking avatar is available in both the petrol and diesel versions with each costing Rs 4.52 lakh and Rs 5.30 lakh, respectively (both prices ex-showroom Delhi). 

The nine exciting features making way to the Tiago Wizz include contrast black roof and spoiler, dual-tone wheel cover with red accent, unique berry-red grille highlights, black contrast-coloured outside mirrors, sleek roof rails and a stylish blacked out B pillar. Additionally, the cabin of the Wizz is adorned with dual-tone interiors that flaunt a piano black finish and sporty red accents and a new, patterned seat fabric.

Buyers zeroing in on the XT variant of the Tiago should rather go for this Wizz trim as it costs only Rs 15,000 more over the XT trim and gives your car a unique identity.

Based on the XT variant, the Tiago Wizz also gets XT’s features such as power windows, multi-drive modes – Eco and City, Harman infotainment system, rear parking sensors with display, Juke-Car App, turn by turn navigation, Bluetooth connectivity and remote central locking with flip key.

The Tiago Wizz continues to deploy the same engines as seen on the standard Tiago. It gets a 1.2-litre Revotron petrol motor mustering 85PS of max power and a peak torque of 114Nm. The 1.05-litre Revotorq diesel pumps out 70PS of top power and generates 140Nm of max torque. Both the engines are mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. However, the AMT isn’t offered with the Wizz trim as of now.

With the onset of the festive season, Tata has done the right thing by bringing in a special edition of the Tiago and capitalise on its popularity. Every year during the festive period, many carmakers flood the market with limited editions of their cars to keep buyers engaged with the brand, and ultimately, interested in their cars. Stay tuned to know about the next special edition offering before the festivities begin.

Source: CarDekho.com

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