With the Festive season approaching, expect a slew of limited or special edition launches in India, following the trend Tata Motors launched the limited edition of its bestselling car Tiago in India. Badged as Tiago Wizz limited edition, it comes at an introductory price of Rs. 4.52 lakh for petrol trim while diesel comes for Rs. 5.30 lakh (both ex-showroom Delhi). The hatch has been a runaway success for the brand and solely responsible for Tata’s revival in India. In August 2017, Tiago sales went pass the 7000 unit mark for the first time.
The Tiago Wizz comes with nine new changes such as berry red finish front grille, dual tone wheel cover with red colour, black outer rear view mirrors, black roof rails, sleek roof rails, contrast black roof and spoiler. Inside the cabin, it sports dual tone interiors, patterned seat fabric, piano black finish central console and red accents all around. It is also available with dual front airbags and ABS (anti-lock braking system).
The Wizz continues to utilize the same of standard model i.e. 1.2l Revotron petrol engine that makes 84bhp power with 114Nm Torque and a 1.05l Revotorq diesel engine that churns out 69bhp power and 140Nm of torque. Both engines are linked to a 5-speed manual gearbox as standard. The AMT isn’t offered with Tiago Wizz.
According to Mr Mayank Pareek, President, Passenger Vehicle Business Unit, Tata Motors – “Festive season is all about celebrations and we want to partner with our customers to provide them with the joy of mobility. With the TIAGO Wizz limited-edition, we want to celebrate the success of TIAGO and begin the festive season with something special for our current and potential customers. The TIAGO truly has been the ultimate game changer for Tata Motors. With robust demand since its launch, it has helped us post a month on month growth. Additionally, the introduction of the AMT variants brought in a new set of customers, further consolidating our position in the hatchback segment. With nine exciting new features, the TIAGO Wizz is yet another step towards making the brand more aspirational.”