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Renault Kwid Vs Tata Tiago

CarWale brings you comparison of Renault Kwid and Tata Tiago. The Renault Kwid price is ₹ 4.62 Lakh and Tata Tiago price is ₹ 5.37 Lakh. The Renault Kwid is available in 799 cc engine with 1 fuel type options: Petrol and Tata Tiago is available in 1199 cc engine with 2 fuel type options: Petrol and CNG. Kwid provides the mileage of 20.7 kmpl and Tiago provides the mileage of 20.09 kmpl.

Kwid vs Tiago Comparison Overview

Key Highlights Kwid Tiago
Price ₹ 4.62 Lakh ₹ 5.37 Lakh
Engine Capacity 799 cc 1199 cc
Power 53 bhp 85 bhp
Transmission Manual Manual
Fuel Type Petrol Petrol
Renault Kwid Vs Tata Tiago

Introduction

This comparison might look like a mismatch but it’s far from being one. As soon as Tata announced the killer pricing of the Tiago it ended up not only rivalling the Maruti Celerio but it also shook up the entry-level hatchback segment. You might argue that the Tiago in the XZ trim is much more expensive than the Kwid in the top RxT option variant. But here we are comparing the mid XM Revotron-spec Tiago which is just around Rs 23,000 more than the Kwid and is similarly equipped. For that money you get 400cc extra, a premium cabin and great on road manners. While the Tiago is Tata’s ticket of resurgence, the Kwid has already done that béo the French manufacturer. It has a spacious cabin, great fuel efficiency, modern features and its mini SUV design has won many Indian hearts.
So which is the best first car for you? Tata’s talented new kid, the Tiago or the already established hunk the Renault Kwid?
Read our extensive Road test comparison béo find out.

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Design language

Renault Kwid Vs Tata Tiago

The design language for both these cars is as different as chalk and cheese. Where the Kwid with its crossover theme is all about muscle, the Tiago is more about finesse and balance.

The Tiago might not have the head-turning styling of the Kwid but there’s a nice sense of proportion béo the sheet metal. The Tiago looks very stylish with its sharp lines and well-proportioned body. The front looks bold with the signature Tata smiling mesh grille with hexagonal elements, and the sweptback headlamps are large but not overtly so.

Renault Kwid Vs Tata Tiago

At the rear the taut wrap-around tail lamps and the crease running across the boot-lid lends it a lot of character. The profile is dominated by the mildly flared wheel arches and the prominent crease running across the shoulder which gives it a sporty stance.

In contrast the Kwid

In contrast the Kwid looks much more menacing, thanks béo the rugged looking bits like the matte grey cladding around the car, faux skid plates and optional chunky roof rails up top. The high 180mm ground clearance further establishes its mini crossover credentials. The large upright honeycomb grille, high bonnet and chunky headlamps gives it great presence and the recesses for the fog lamps look stylish too.

In profile, the flared wheel arches with plastic cladding gives it a mini Duster look. At the rear Renault hasn’t gone overboard and the snug tail lamps and chiselled boot lid looks modern. The only grouse we have is that the weedy 13-inch wheels look a bit too small.

Ambiance and quality

This is the segment where the Tiago has a clear advantage over the Kwid. For starters the cabin design is modern and the dashboard looks mature. The hexagonal theme from the exterior continues inside with the centre console, speaker grille and the steering boss design. Quality, especially on the upper portions of the dashboard and the door pads, is nice with the fish skin-like graining. Lower down, the plastics do look a bit hard and panel gaps aren’t as consistent, but it’s still quite decent for the class. Overall Tata has done a good job in terms of overall quality and consistency is better than even the Bolt.

The Kwid’s cabin looks modern too, thanks béo the minimalistic yet smartly styled dashboard, with the seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system dominating the proceedings. This touchscreen system is not only unique at this price point, but it also gets features like a navigation system that is unheard even in cars twice its price.

We also liked the large, easy-to-use knobs for the AC controls and also the convenient placement of the Aux/USB ports on the music system. The digital instruments add further béo the contemporary look of the cabin, but we only wish it was brighter and easier béo read on the move. But in terms the quality the Kwid’s cabin looks budget with hard plastics all-round and panel gaps are inconsistent.

This is where the Tiago has a distinct advantage over the Kwid. The Tiago’s cabin is more practical too and it gets a massive 22 storage cavities. On the downside all of them except the glovebox are shallow and narrow.

The Tiago scores well when it comes béo seat comfort. The front buckets are well contoured and you sit at a good height. Even at the rear you have enough space thanks béo the scooped out front seats and thin door pads. But you do sit a bit low which affects under thigh and even headroom is not in abundance. The backrest too, is a bit too reclined and the seatback offers too much lower back support which can be a bit irritating.

The Kwid surprisingly has more knee and headroom than the Tiago. Visibility out of the front windscreen is really good and the high bonnet gives it an SUV’ish feeling . The front seats are surprisingly good despite limited bolstering. Even the backseat is very usable with good space and the long squab and well-angled backrest make it a nice place béo be in. On the downside the Kwid’s cabin is a touch too narrow and sitting three at the back is an uncomfortable experience.

The Kwid has the bigger boot of the two at 300-litres. In comparison the Tiago gets a much smaller 242-litre trunk and the loading bay is not as well shaped either.

Every penny counts

As far as equipment is concerned it is quite a mixed bag. We have compared the Kwid in the top RxT option variant and the Tiago in the mid XM. The Kwid comes quite well loaded and apart from the standard features it gets front fog lamps and gets a dash mounted large touchscreen unit which houses a music system and navigation system.

Although the Tiago lacks these features it does come with height adjustable steering wheel, power windows for both front and rear passengers and a trip computer all of which the Kwid doesn’t come with.

In terms of safety none of these cars score that well. The Kwid in this trim gets a solitary driver’s airbag which the Tiago doesn’t get. You can pay around Rs 18,000 more and get twin airbags on the Tiago, but that makes it Rs 40,000 more expensive than the Kwid.
The Kwid, thanks béo its smaller motor, is the more efficient of the two. It returned a healthy 14 kmpl in the city and 18 kmpl on the highway. In comparison, the Tiago despite its much more powerful motor, returned a decent 13.1 kmpl in the city and 17.5 kmpl on the highway when driven in Eco mode.

Performance

The Kwid’s 799cc engine, on paper, should be a strong contender, its light 669kg kerb weight. But when you drive it, you come away unimpressed. The power output of the motor is a meagre 52bhp. It responds well and the Kwid keeps up with traffic easily, but ask any more of it and you will be disappointed.

Once past 2,500rpm, power delivery is quite weak and you need béo down-shift quite rapidly béo keep progress respectable. As a result, flat-out acceleration béo 100kph takes a leisurely 17.93 seconds. The gearbox too is notchy and you have béo give an extra push béo slot in the gear.

Even in terms of in-gear times the Kwid struggles with times of 17.08 seconds in the 20-80kmph third gear dash. On a positive note, the Kwid feels quite relaxed while cruising around 100kmph. But it’s when travelling with a full load that the Kwid’s motor feels strained and this makes overtaking a tricky affair too.

The Tiago’s larger 1199cc motor, on the other hand, understandably feels much more responsive at any given speed. The all-aluminium motor feels peppy and quite flexible from the word go and, despite also being a three-cylinder motor, vibrations are kept in check.

Since its engine is larger than the Kwid’s, the Tiago has better pulling power too. It pulls quite well from low speeds and spins quite freely béo its redline. As a result the Tiago is much faster in every acceleration test we conducted. The 0-100kmph sprint takes 16.32 seconds and the Tiago reached 140kmph ten seconds before the Kwid. On the downside, there is a fair bit of engine noise when the motor is worked hard.

Thanks béo the great visibility, compact size, small turning circle and light controls the Kwid is the easier car béo drive of the two. But if you enjoy driving, the Tiago is the one béo go for. The steering is more direct and weighty, the car has more grip and it feels more secure at speed as well. The ride is mostly brilliant too. You do get the occasional thud from the suspension over sharp edged bumps, but it is generally pliant at low speeds and a lot more composed at higher speeds, and it has that all important big-car feel. Sound insulation is top draw too and the Tiago feels quiet and relaxed at any given speed.

The Kwid’s low-speed ride is softer and more absorbent than the Tiago. However, go faster and the car gets skittish and doesn’t handle bad bits with the authoritativeness of the Tiago. It gets thrown off by bigger bumps as well, and this forces you béo exercise caution. The Kwid doesn’t feel as secure as the Tiago as this light 669kg hatch gets affected by strong crosswinds quite easily. Even when it comes béo handling, the Kwid simply doesn’t make the cut. The steering is too light and vague, it runs out of grip faster and the brakes aren’t as good as the Tata’s. When you push hard into corners there is considerable body roll (Kwid doesn’t get antiroll bars) and you have béo stick béo moderate speeds béo appreciate the Kwid.

Verdict

Renault Kwid
The Renault Kwid when launched late last year was a game changer and is a surprisingly good car. Despite its compact size, it’s got a spacious cabin and modern features like the touchscreen interface with navigation really sets it apart. The mini SUV stance, great fuel efficiency and the low asking price makes it a mouth watering prospect too. But in this test the Kwid had béo fend off a rival from the upper class thanks béo the Tiago’s killer pricing. When compared béo the Tiago the Kwid’s interior doesn’t feel up béo the mark, the engine could have done with more zest and ride and handling is not the best too.

Tata Tiago
In this entry-level hatch face-off, the Tiago comfortably emerges the winner. It offers the best combination of acceptable performance, great driving dynamics, a big car feel and comfort. But the biggest praise you can give the Tiago is despite its low asking price it doesn’t feel like a compromise. It feels solidly put together, cabin quality is impressive, rides and handles well, and the engine is quite peppy too. Despite being Rs 23,000 more expensive than the Kwid in this mid XM trim the Tiago feels well worth the extra money and in our eyes is the one béo go for.

 

Specifications

CAR NAME Tata Tiago Renault Kwid
Variant XM Petrol Manual
RXT Petrol Manual

Test Data

CAR NAME Tata Tiago Renault Kwid
Variant XM Petrol manual RXT Petrol manual
PERFORMANCE & BRAKING
0-20kmph 1.19s 1.25s
0-40kmph 3.44s 3.28s
0-60kmph 6.44s 6.78s
0-80kmph 10.09s 11.55s
0-100kmph 16.32s 17.93s
0-120kmph 23.64s 27.93s
20-80kmph in 3rd gear 16.32s 17.08s
40-100kmph in 4th gear 24.39s 26.38s
80-0kmph 27.1m 34.99m
FUEL ECONOMY
City 13.10kmpl 14.0kmpl
Highway 17.50kmpl 18.0kmpl
Tank size 35 litres 42 litres
Range 460.0km 578.23km
INTERIOR MEASUREMENTS
Front
Legroom(Max/min) 740/550mm 790/600mm
Headroom 940mm 950mm
Shoulder room 1280mm 1220mm
Backrest height 580mm 540mm
Rear
Legroom(Max/min) 850/650mm 810/620mm
Ideal legroom 630mm 720mm
Headroom 920mm 900mm
Shoulder room 1290mm 1200mm
Seat base length 490mm 490mm
Backrest height 540mm 500mm
Boot 242 litres 300 litres
Length/width/height 600/900/525mm 700/960/550mm
Loading lip height 750mm 730mm

Score Sheet

Parameters Max points Tata Tiago Renault Kwid
DRIVING FEEL
Steering response 20 11 8
Directional stability 25 16 10
Engine characteristics 25 14 12
Gearbox 20 14 10
Visibility 10 7 7
Intermediate results 100 62 47
SPACE
Front Space 25 11 10
Rear space 25 10 10
Feeling of space 20 14 13
Boot space/flexibility 20 9 12
Payload 10 5 6
Intermediate results 100 49 51
IN THE CABIN
Comfort equipment 25 6 6
Operatibility 15 10 10
Feel of quality 20 13 12
Front seats/ingress 20 15 13
Rear seat/ingress 20 14 13
Intermediate results 100 58 54
PERFORMANCE
Acceleration 25 12 11
Top speed 10 6 6
Driveability 30 15 14
Braking 25 19 17
Environment 10 7 7
Intermediate results 100 59 55
ROAD MANNERS
Ride quality 30 22 20
Turning circle 15 14 14
Handling 20 12 9
Manoeuvrability 15 12 12
Safety 20 1 2
Intermediate results 100 61 57
PRICE
Price 45 45 45
Resale 10 6 7
Warranty 10 8 6
Fuel efficiency 35 21 22
Intermediate results 100 80 80
Total 600 369 344

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Introduction
This comparison might look like a mismatch but it’s far from being one. As soon as Tata announced the killer pricing of the Tiago it ended up not only rivalling the Maruti Celerio but it also shook up the entry-level hatchback segment. You might argue that the Tiago in the XZ trim is much more expensive than the Kwid in the top RxT option variant. But here we are comparing the mid XM Revotron-spec Tiago which is just around Rs 23,000 more than the Kwid and is similarly equipped. For that money you get 400cc extra, a premium cabin and great on road manners. While the Tiago is Tata’s ticket of resurgence, the Kwid has already done that béo the French manufacturer. It has a spacious cabin, great fuel efficiency, modern features and its mini SUV design has won many Indian hearts. So which is the best first car for you? Tata’s talented new kid, the Tiago or the already established hunk the Renault Kwid?Read our extensive Road test comparison béo find out.Design language
The design language for both these cars is as different as chalk and cheese. Where the Kwid with its crossover theme is all about muscle, the Tiago is more about finesse and balance.
The Tiago might not have the head-turning styling of the Kwid but there’s a nice sense of proportion béo the sheet metal. The Tiago looks very stylish with its sharp lines and well-proportioned body. The front looks bold with the signature Tata smiling mesh grille with hexagonal elements, and the sweptback headlamps are large but not overtly so.

At the rear the taut wrap-around tail lamps and the crease running across the boot-lid lends it a lot of character. The profile is dominated by the mildly flared wheel arches and the prominent crease running across the shoulder which gives it a sporty stance.

In contrast the Kwid looks much more menacing, thanks béo the rugged looking bits like the matte grey cladding around the car, faux skid plates and optional chunky roof rails up top. The high 180mm ground clearance further establishes its mini crossover credentials. The large upright honeycomb grille, high bonnet and chunky headlamps gives it great presence and the recesses for the fog lamps look stylish too.

In profile, the flared wheel arches with plastic cladding gives it a mini Duster look. At the rear Renault hasn’t gone overboard and the snug tail lamps and chiselled boot lid looks modern. The only grouse we have is that the weedy 13-inch wheels look a bit too small.Ambiance and quality
This is the segment where the Tiago has a clear advantage over the Kwid. For starters the cabin design is modern and the dashboard looks mature. The hexagonal theme from the exterior continues inside with the centre console, speaker grille and the steering boss design. Quality, especially on the upper portions of the dashboard and the door pads, is nice with the fish skin-like graining. Lower down, the plastics do look a bit hard and panel gaps aren’t as consistent, but it’s still quite decent for the class. Overall Tata has done a good job in terms of overall quality and consistency is better than even the Bolt.

The Kwid’s cabin looks modern too, thanks béo the minimalistic yet smartly styled dashboard, with the seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system dominating the proceedings. This touchscreen system is not only unique at this price point, but it also gets features like a navigation system that is unheard even in cars twice its price.

We also liked the large, easy-to-use knobs for the AC controls and also the convenient placement of the Aux/USB ports on the music system. The digital instruments add further béo the contemporary look of the cabin, but we only wish it was brighter and easier béo read on the move. But in terms the quality the Kwid’s cabin looks budget with hard plastics all-round and panel gaps are inconsistent.

This is where the Tiago has a distinct advantage over the Kwid. The Tiago’s cabin is more practical too and it gets a massive 22 storage cavities. On the downside all of them except the glovebox are shallow and narrow.

The Tiago scores well when it comes béo seat comfort. The front buckets are well contoured and you sit at a good height. Even at the rear you have enough space thanks béo the scooped out front seats and thin door pads. But you do sit a bit low which affects under thigh and even headroom is not in abundance. The backrest too, is a bit too reclined and the seatback offers too much lower back support which can be a bit irritating.

The Kwid surprisingly has more knee and headroom than the Tiago. Visibility out of the front windscreen is really good and the high bonnet gives it an SUV’ish feeling . The front seats are surprisingly good despite limited bolstering. Even the backseat is very usable with good space and the long squab and well-angled backrest make it a nice place béo be in. On the downside the Kwid’s cabin is a touch too narrow and sitting three at the back is an uncomfortable experience.

The Kwid has the bigger boot of the two at 300-litres. In comparison the Tiago gets a much smaller 242-litre trunk and the loading bay is not as well shaped either.
Every penny counts
As far as equipment is concerned it is quite a mixed bag. We have compared the Kwid in the top RxT option variant and the Tiago in the mid XM. The Kwid comes quite well loaded and apart from the standard features it gets front fog lamps and gets a dash mounted large touchscreen unit which houses a music system and navigation system.

Although the Tiago lacks these features it does come with height adjustable steering wheel, power windows for both front and rear passengers and a trip computer all of which the Kwid doesn’t come with.

In terms of safety none of these cars score that well. The Kwid in this trim gets a solitary driver’s airbag which the Tiago doesn’t get. You can pay around Rs 18,000 more and get twin airbags on the Tiago, but that makes it Rs 40,000 more expensive than the Kwid. The Kwid, thanks béo its smaller motor, is the more efficient of the two. It returned a healthy 14 kmpl in the city and 18 kmpl on the highway. In comparison, the Tiago despite its much more powerful motor, returned a decent 13.1 kmpl in the city and 17.5 kmpl on the highway when driven in Eco mode.Performance
The Kwid’s 799cc engine, on paper, should be a strong contender, its light 669kg kerb weight. But when you drive it, you come away unimpressed. The power output of the motor is a meagre 52bhp. It responds well and the Kwid keeps up with traffic easily, but ask any more of it and you will be disappointed.

Once past 2,500rpm, power delivery is quite weak and you need béo down-shift quite rapidly béo keep progress respectable. As a result, flat-out acceleration béo 100kph takes a leisurely 17.93 seconds. The gearbox too is notchy and you have béo give an extra push béo slot in the gear.

Even in terms of in-gear times the Kwid struggles with times of 17.08 seconds in the 20-80kmph third gear dash. On a positive note, the Kwid feels quite relaxed while cruising around 100kmph. But it’s when travelling with a full load that the Kwid’s motor feels strained and this makes overtaking a tricky affair too.

The Tiago’s larger 1199cc motor, on the other hand, understandably feels much more responsive at any given speed. The all-aluminium motor feels peppy and quite flexible from the word go and, despite also being a three-cylinder motor, vibrations are kept in check.

Since its engine is larger than the Kwid’s, the Tiago has better pulling power too. It pulls quite well from low speeds and spins quite freely béo its redline. As a result the Tiago is much faster in every acceleration test we conducted. The 0-100kmph sprint takes 16.32 seconds and the Tiago reached 140kmph ten seconds before the Kwid. On the downside, there is a fair bit of engine noise when the motor is worked hard.

Thanks béo the great visibility, compact size, small turning circle and light controls the Kwid is the easier car béo drive of the two. But if you enjoy driving, the Tiago is the one béo go for. The steering is more direct and weighty, the car has more grip and it feels more secure at speed as well. The ride is mostly brilliant too. You do get the occasional thud from the suspension over sharp edged bumps, but it is generally pliant at low speeds and a lot more composed at higher speeds, and it has that all important big-car feel. Sound insulation is top draw too and the Tiago feels quiet and relaxed at any given speed.

The Kwid’s low-speed ride is softer and more absorbent than the Tiago. However, go faster and the car gets skittish and doesn’t handle bad bits with the authoritativeness of the Tiago. It gets thrown off by bigger bumps as well, and this forces you béo exercise caution. The Kwid doesn’t feel as secure as the Tiago as this light 669kg hatch gets affected by strong crosswinds quite easily. Even when it comes béo handling, the Kwid simply doesn’t make the cut. The steering is too light and vague, it runs out of grip faster and the brakes aren’t as good as the Tata’s. When you push hard into corners there is considerable body roll (Kwid doesn’t get antiroll bars) and you have béo stick béo moderate speeds béo appreciate the Kwid.Verdict
Renault KwidThe Renault Kwid when launched late last year was a game changer and is a surprisingly good car. Despite its compact size, it’s got a spacious cabin and modern features like the touchscreen interface with navigation really sets it apart. The mini SUV stance, great fuel efficiency and the low asking price makes it a mouth watering prospect too. But in this test the Kwid had béo fend off a rival from the upper class thanks béo the Tiago’s killer pricing. When compared béo the Tiago the Kwid’s interior doesn’t feel up béo the mark, the engine could have done with more zest and ride and handling is not the best too.

Tata TiagoIn this entry-level hatch face-off, the Tiago comfortably emerges the winner. It offers the best combination of acceptable performance, great driving dynamics, a big car feel and comfort. But the biggest praise you can give the Tiago is despite its low asking price it doesn’t feel like a compromise. It feels solidly put together, cabin quality is impressive, rides and handles well, and the engine is quite peppy too. Despite being Rs 23,000 more expensive than the Kwid in this mid XM trim the Tiago feels well worth the extra money and in our eyes is the one béo go for.
Photos:Kapil AnganeSpecificationsCAR NAME
Tata Tiago
Renault Kwid
Variant
XM Petrol Manual

RXT Petrol Manual
Test DataCAR NAME
Tata Tiago
Renault Kwid
Variant
XM Petrol manual
RXT Petrol manual
PERFORMANCE & BRAKING

0-20kmph
1.19s
1.25s
0-40kmph
3.44s
3.28s
0-60kmph
6.44s
6.78s
0-80kmph
10.09s
11.55s
0-100kmph
16.32s
17.93s
0-120kmph
23.64s
27.93s

20-80kmph in 3rd gear
16.32s
17.08s
40-100kmph in 4th gear
24.39s
26.38s

80-0kmph
27.1m
34.99m
FUEL ECONOMY

City
13.10kmpl
14.0kmpl
Highway
17.50kmpl
18.0kmpl
Tank size
35 litres
42 litres
Range
460.0km
578.23km
INTERIOR MEASUREMENTS

Front

Legroom(Max/min)
740/550mm
790/600mm
Headroom
940mm
950mm
Shoulder room
1280mm
1220mm
Backrest height
580mm
540mm
Rear

Legroom(Max/min)
850/650mm
810/620mm
Ideal legroom
630mm
720mm
Headroom
920mm
900mm
Shoulder room
1290mm
1200mm
Seat base length
490mm
490mm
Backrest height
540mm
500mm
Boot
242 litres
300 litres
Length/width/height
600/900/525mm
700/960/550mm
Loading lip height
750mm
730mm
Score SheetParameters
Max points

Tata Tiago

Renault Kwid

DRIVING FEEL

Steering response
20
11
8
Directional stability
25
16
10
Engine characteristics
25
14
12
Gearbox
20
14
10
Visibility
10
7
7
Intermediate results
100
62
47

SPACE

Front Space
25
11
10
Rear space
25
10
10
Feeling of space
20
14
13
Boot space/flexibility
20
9
12
Payload
10
5
6
Intermediate results
100
49
51

IN THE CABIN

Comfort equipment
25
6
6
Operatibility
15
10
10
Feel of quality
20
13
12
Front seats/ingress
20
15
13
Rear seat/ingress
20
14
13
Intermediate results
100
58
54

PERFORMANCE

Acceleration
25
12
11
Top speed
10
6
6
Driveability
30
15
14
Braking
25
19
17
Environment
10
7
7
Intermediate results
100
59
55

ROAD MANNERS

Ride quality
30
22
20
Turning circle
15
14
14
Handling
20
12
9
Manoeuvrability
15
12
12
Safety
20
1
2
Intermediate results
100
61
57

PRICE

Price
45
45
45
Resale
10
6
7
Warranty
10
8
6
Fuel efficiency
35
21
22
Intermediate results
100
80
80
Total
600
369
344
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window.__INITIAL_STATE__ = {“editorialDetails”:{“isLocationPopupActive”:false,”pageList”:[{“pageId”:20011,”pageName”:”Introduction”,”content”:”u003cdiv class=u0022lpu0022u003eu003cimg src=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/0x0/statics/grey.gifu0022 alt=u0022u0022 width=u0022630pxu0022 data-original=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/600×337/cw/ec/23777/Renault-Kwid-Front-view-74361.jpg?wm=1u0026q=75u0022 class=u0022lazyu0022u003eu003c/divu003ernu003cpu003eThis comparison might look like a mismatch but itu0026rsquo;s far from being one. As soon as u003ca href=u0027https://www.carwale.com/tata-cars/u0027 title=u0027Tatau0027u003eTatau003c/au003e announced the killer pricing of the u003ca href=u0027https://www.carwale.com/tata-cars/tiago/u0027 title=u0027Tata Tiagou0027u003eTiagou003c/au003e it ended up not only rivalling the Maruti u003ca href=u0027https://www.carwale.com/marutisuzuki-cars/celerio/u0027 title=u0027Maruti Suzuki Celeriou0027u003eCeleriou003c/au003e but it also shook up the entry-level hatchback segment. You might argue that the Tiago in the XZ trim is much more expensive than the u003ca href=u0027https://www.carwale.com/renault-cars/kwid/u0027 title=u0027Renault Kwidu0027u003eKwidu003c/au003e in the top RxT option variant. But here we are comparing the mid XM Revotron-spec Tiago which is just around Rs 23,000 more than the Kwid and is similarly equipped. For that money you get 400cc extra, a premium cabin and great on road manners. While the Tiago is Tatau0026rsquo;s ticket of resurgence, the Kwid has already done that to the French manufacturer. It has a spacious cabin, great fuel efficiency, modern features and its u003ca href=u0027https://www.carwale.com/mini-cars/u0027 title=u0027Miniu0027u003eminiu003c/au003e SUV design has won many Indian hearts. u003cbru003eSo which is the best first car for you? Tatau0026rsquo;s talented new kid, the Tiago or the already established hunk the u003ca href=u0027https://www.carwale.com/renault-cars/kwid/u0027 title=u0027Renault Kwidu0027u003eRenault Kwidu003c/au003e?u003cbru003eRead our extensive Road test comparison to find out.u003c/pu003e”,”publishedTime”:”6/15/2016 6:27:20 PM”,”sectionScore”:0.0,”pageType”:””},{“pageId”:20012,”pageName”:”Design language”,”content”:”u003cdiv class=u0022lpu0022u003eu003cimg src=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/0x0/statics/grey.gifu0022 alt=u0022u0022 width=u0022630pxu0022 data-original=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/600×337/cw/ec/23777/Tata-Tiago-Left-Side-View-74367.jpg?wm=1u0026q=75u0022 class=u0022lazyu0022u003eu003c/divu003ernu003cpu003eThe design language for both these cars is as different as chalk and cheese. Where the u003ca href=u0027https://www.carwale.com/renault-cars/kwid/u0027 title=u0027Renault Kwidu0027u003eKwidu003c/au003e with its crossover theme is all about muscle, the u003ca href=u0027https://www.carwale.com/tata-cars/tiago/u0027 title=u0027Tata Tiagou0027u003eTiagou003c/au003e is more about finesse and balance.u003c/pu003ernu003cdiv class=u0022lpu0022u003e The Tiago might not have the head-turning styling of the Kwid but thereu0026rsquo;s a nice sense of proportion to the sheet metal. The Tiago looks very stylish with its sharp lines and well-proportioned body. The front looks bold with the signature u003ca href=u0027https://www.carwale.com/tata-cars/u0027 title=u0027Tatau0027u003eTatau003c/au003e smiling mesh grille with hexagonal elements, and the sweptback headlamps are large but not overtly so.u003c/divu003ernu003cdiv class=u0022lpu0022u003ernu003cdiv class=u0022lpu0022u003eu003cimg src=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/0x0/statics/grey.gifu0022 alt=u0022u0022 width=u0022630pxu0022 data-original=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/600×337/cw/ec/23777/Tata-Tiago-Right-Rear-Three-Quarter-74373.jpg?wm=1u0026q=75u0022 class=u0022lazyu0022u003eu003c/divu003ernu003c/divu003ernu003cdiv class=u0022lpu0022u003e u003c/divu003ernu003cpu003eAt the rear the taut wrap-around tail lamps and the crease running across the boot-lid lends it a lot of character. The profile is dominated by the mildly flared wheel arches and the prominent crease running across the shoulder which gives it a sporty stance.u003c/pu003ernu003cdiv class=u0022lpu0022u003eu003cimg src=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/0x0/statics/grey.gifu0022 alt=u0022u0022 width=u0022630pxu0022 data-original=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/600×337/cw/ec/23777/Renault-Kwid-Right-Front-Three-Quarter-74428.jpg?wm=1u0026q=75u0022 class=u0022lazyu0022u003eu003c/divu003ernu003cpu003eIn contrast the Kwid looks much more menacing, thanks to the rugged looking bits like the matte grey cladding around the car, faux skid plates and optional chunky roof rails up top. The high 180mm ground clearance further establishes its u003ca href=u0027https://www.carwale.com/mini-cars/u0027 title=u0027Miniu0027u003eminiu003c/au003e crossover credentials. The large upright honeycomb grille, high bonnet and chunky headlamps gives it great presence and the recesses for the fog lamps look stylish too.u003c/pu003ernu003cdiv class=u0022lpu0022u003eu003cimg src=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/0x0/statics/grey.gifu0022 alt=u0022u0022 width=u0022630pxu0022 data-original=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/600×337/cw/ec/23777/Renault-Kwid-Right-Rear-Three-Quarter-74430.jpg?wm=1u0026q=75u0022 class=u0022lazyu0022u003eu003c/divu003ernu003cpu003eIn profile, the flared wheel arches with plastic cladding gives it a mini Duster look. At the rear u003ca href=u0027https://www.carwale.com/renault-cars/u0027 title=u0027Renaultu0027u003eRenaultu003c/au003e hasnu0026rsquo;t gone overboard and the snug tail lamps and chiselled boot lid looks modern. The only grouse we have is that the weedy 13-inch wheels look a bit too small.u003c/pu003e”,”publishedTime”:”6/15/2016 6:30:32 PM”,”sectionScore”:0.0,”pageType”:””},{“pageId”:20013,”pageName”:”Ambiance and quality”,”content”:”u003cdiv class=u0022lpu0022u003eu003cimg src=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/0x0/statics/grey.gifu0022 alt=u0022u0022 data-original=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/600×337/cw/ec/23777/Tata-Tiago-Dashboard-74394.jpg?wm=1u0026q=75u0022 class=u0022lazyu0022u003eu003c/divu003ernu003cpu003eThis is the segment where the u003ca href=u0027https://www.carwale.com/tata-cars/tiago/u0027 title=u0027Tata Tiagou0027u003eTiagou003c/au003e has a clear advantage over the u003ca href=u0027https://www.carwale.com/renault-cars/kwid/u0027 title=u0027Renault Kwidu0027u003eKwidu003c/au003e. For starters the cabin design is modern and the dashboard looks mature. The hexagonal theme from the exterior continues inside with the centre console, speaker grille and the steering boss design. Quality, especially on the upper portions of the dashboard and the door pads, is nice with the fish skin-like graining. Lower down, the plastics do look a bit hard and panel gaps arenu0026rsquo;t as consistent, but itu0026rsquo;s still quite decent for the class. Overall u003ca href=u0027https://www.carwale.com/tata-cars/u0027 title=u0027Tatau0027u003eTatau003c/au003e has done a good job in terms of overall quality and consistency is better than even the Bolt.u003c/pu003ernu003cdiv class=u0022lpu0022u003eu003cimg src=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/0x0/statics/grey.gifu0022 alt=u0022u0022 data-original=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/600×337/cw/ec/23777/Renault-Kwid-Dashboard-74470.jpg?wm=1u0026q=75u0022 class=u0022lazyu0022u003eu003c/divu003ernu003cpu003eThe Kwidu0026rsquo;s cabin looks modern too, thanks to the minimalistic yet smartly styled dashboard, with the seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system dominating the proceedings. This touchscreen system is not only unique at this price point, but it also gets features like a navigation system that is unheard even in cars twice its price.u003c/pu003ernu003cdiv class=u0022lpu0022u003eu003cimg src=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/0x0/statics/grey.gifu0022 alt=u0022u0022 data-original=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/600×337/cw/ec/23777/Renault-Kwid-Music-System-74474.jpg?wm=1u0026q=75u0022 class=u0022lazyu0022u003eu003c/divu003ernu003cpu003eWe also liked the large, easy-to-use knobs for the AC controls and also the convenient placement of the Aux/USB ports on the music system. The digital instruments add further to the contemporary look of the cabin, but we only wish it was brighter and easier to read on the move. But in terms the quality the Kwidu0026rsquo;s cabin looks budget with hard plastics all-round and panel gaps are inconsistent.u003c/pu003ernu003cdiv class=u0022lpu0022u003eu003cimg src=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/0x0/statics/grey.gifu0022 alt=u0022u0022 data-original=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/600×337/cw/ec/23777/Tata-Tiago-Interior-74409.jpg?wm=1u0026q=75u0022 class=u0022lazyu0022u003eu003c/divu003ernu003cpu003eThis is where the Tiago has a distinct advantage over the Kwid. The Tiagou0026rsquo;s cabin is more practical too and it gets a massive 22 storage cavities. On the downside all of them except the glovebox are shallow and narrow.u003c/pu003ernu003cdiv class=u0022lpu0022u003eu003cimg src=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/0x0/statics/grey.gifu0022 alt=u0022u0022 data-original=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/600×337/cw/ec/23777/Tata-Tiago-Interior-74415.jpg?wm=1u0026q=75u0022 class=u0022lazyu0022u003eu003c/divu003ernu003cpu003eThe Tiago scores well when it comes to seat comfort. The front buckets are well contoured and you sit at a good height. Even at the rear you have enough space thanks to the scooped out front seats and thin door pads. But you do sit a bit low which affects under thigh and even headroom is not in abundance. The backrest too, is a bit too reclined and the seatback offers too much lower back support which can be a bit irritating.u003c/pu003ernu003cdiv class=u0022lpu0022u003eu003cimg src=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/0x0/statics/grey.gifu0022 alt=u0022u0022 data-original=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/600×337/cw/ec/23777/Renault-Kwid-Interior-74478.jpg?wm=1u0026q=75u0022 class=u0022lazyu0022u003eu003c/divu003ernu003cpu003eThe Kwid surprisingly has more knee and headroom than the Tiago. Visibility out of the front windscreen is really good and the high bonnet gives it an SUVu0026rsquo;ish feeling . The front seats are surprisingly good despite limited bolstering. Even the backseat is very usable with good space and the long squab and well-angled backrest make it a nice place to be in. On the downside the Kwidu0026rsquo;s cabin is a touch too narrow and sitting three at the back is an uncomfortable experience.u003c/pu003ernu003cdiv class=u0022lpu0022u003eu003cimg src=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/0x0/statics/grey.gifu0022 alt=u0022u0022 data-original=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/600×337/cw/ec/23777/Renault-Kwid-Boot-Space-74485.jpg?wm=1u0026q=75u0022 class=u0022lazyu0022u003eu003c/divu003ernu003cpu003eThe Kwid has the bigger boot of the two at 300-litres. In comparison the Tiago gets a much smaller 242-litre trunk and the loading bay is not as well shaped either.u003c/pu003ernu003cdiv class=u0022lpu0022u003eu003cimg src=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/0x0/statics/grey.gifu0022 alt=u0022u0022 data-original=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/600×337/cw/ec/23777/Tata-Tiago-Driving-74393.jpg?wm=1u0026q=75u0022 class=u0022lazyu0022u003eu003c/divu003e”,”publishedTime”:”6/15/2016 6:30:40 PM”,”sectionScore”:0.0,”pageType”:””},{“pageId”:20014,”pageName”:”Every penny counts”,”content”:”u003cdiv class=u0022lpu0022u003eu003cimg src=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/0x0/statics/grey.gifu0022 alt=u0022u0022 data-original=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/600×337/cw/ec/23777/Renault-Kwid-Music-System-74488.jpg?wm=1u0026q=75u0022 class=u0022lazyu0022u003eu003c/divu003ernu003cpu003eAs far as equipment is concerned it is quite a mixed bag. We have compared the u003ca href=u0027https://www.carwale.com/renault-cars/kwid/u0027 title=u0027Renault Kwidu0027u003eKwidu003c/au003e in the top RxT option variant and the u003ca href=u0027https://www.carwale.com/tata-cars/tiago/u0027 title=u0027Tata Tiagou0027u003eTiagou003c/au003e in the mid XM. The Kwid comes quite well loaded and apart from the standard features it gets front fog lamps and gets a dash mounted large touchscreen unit which houses a music system and navigation system.u003c/pu003ernu003cdiv class=u0022lpu0022u003eu003cimg src=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/0x0/statics/grey.gifu0022 alt=u0022u0022 data-original=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/600×337/cw/ec/23777/Tata-Tiago-Instrument-Panel-74411.jpg?wm=1u0026q=75u0022 class=u0022lazyu0022u003eu003c/divu003ernu003cpu003eAlthough the Tiago lacks these features it does come with height adjustable steering wheel, power windows for both front and rear passengers and a trip computer all of which the Kwid doesnu0026rsquo;t come with.u003c/pu003ernu003cdiv class=u0022lpu0022u003ernu003cdiv class=u0022lpu0022u003eu003cimg src=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/0x0/statics/grey.gifu0022 alt=u0022u0022 width=u0022630pxu0022 data-original=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/600×337/cw/ec/23777/Renault-Kwid-Interior-74465.jpg?wm=1u0026q=75u0022 class=u0022lazyu0022u003eu003c/divu003ernu003c/divu003ernu003cpu003eIn terms of safety none of these cars score that well. The Kwid in this trim gets a solitary driveru0027s airbag which the Tiago doesnu0026rsquo;t get. You can pay around Rs 18,000 more and get twin airbags on the Tiago, but that makes it Rs 40,000 more expensive than the Kwid. u003cbru003eThe Kwid, thanks to its smaller motor, is the more efficient of the two. It returned a healthy 14 kmpl in the city and 18 kmpl on the highway. In comparison, the Tiago despite its much more powerful motor, returned a decent 13.1 kmpl in the city and 17.5 kmpl on the highway when driven in Eco mode.u003c/pu003e”,”publishedTime”:”6/15/2016 6:30:52 PM”,”sectionScore”:0.0,”pageType”:””},{“pageId”:20015,”pageName”:”Performance”,”content”:”u003cdiv class=u0022lpu0022u003eu003cimg src=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/0x0/statics/grey.gifu0022 alt=u0022u0022 data-original=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/600×337/cw/ec/23777/Renault-Kwid-Driving-74365.jpg?wm=1u0026q=75u0022 class=u0022lazyu0022u003eu003c/divu003ernu003cpu003eThe u003ca href=u0027https://www.carwale.com/renault-cars/kwid/u0027 title=u0027Renault Kwidu0027u003eKwidu003c/au003eu0026rsquo;s 799cc engine, on paper, should be a strong contender, its light 669kg kerb weight. But when you drive it, you come away unimpressed. The power output of the motor is a meagre 52bhp. It responds well and the Kwid keeps up with traffic easily, but ask any more of it and you will be disappointed.u003c/pu003ernu003cdiv class=u0022lpu0022u003eu003cimg src=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/0x0/statics/grey.gifu0022 alt=u0022u0022 data-original=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/600×337/cw/ec/23777/Renault-Kwid-Driving-74449.jpg?wm=1u0026q=75u0022 class=u0022lazyu0022u003eu003c/divu003ernu003cpu003eOnce past 2,500rpm, power delivery is quite weak and you need to down-shift quite rapidly to keep progress respectable. As a result, flat-out acceleration to 100kph takes a leisurely 17.93 seconds. The gearbox too is notchy and you have to give an extra push to slot in the gear.u003c/pu003ernu003cdiv class=u0022lpu0022u003ernu003cdiv class=u0022lpu0022u003eu003cimg src=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/0x0/statics/grey.gifu0022 alt=u0022u0022 data-original=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/600×337/cw/ec/23777/Renault-Kwid-Engine-Bay-74459.jpg?wm=1u0026q=75u0022 class=u0022lazyu0022u003eu003c/divu003ernu003c/divu003ernu003cpu003eEven in terms of in-gear times the Kwid struggles with times of 17.08 seconds in the 20-80kmph third gear dash. On a positive note, the Kwid feels quite relaxed while cruising around 100kmph. But itu0026rsquo;s when travelling with a full load that the Kwidu0026rsquo;s motor feels strained and this makes overtaking a tricky affair too. u003c/pu003ernu003cdiv class=u0022lpu0022u003eu003cimg src=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/0x0/statics/grey.gifu0022 alt=u0022u0022 data-original=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/600×337/cw/ec/23777/Tata-Tiago-Driving-74386.jpg?wm=1u0026q=75u0022 class=u0022lazyu0022u003eu003c/divu003ernu003cpu003eThe u003ca href=u0027https://www.carwale.com/tata-cars/tiago/u0027 title=u0027Tata Tiagou0027u003eTiagou003c/au003eu0026rsquo;s larger 1199cc motor, on the other hand, understandably feels much more responsive at any given speed. The all-aluminium motor feels peppy and quite flexible from the word go and, despite also being a three-cylinder motor, vibrations are kept in check.u003c/pu003ernu003cdiv class=u0022lpu0022u003eu003cimg src=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/0x0/statics/grey.gifu0022 alt=u0022u0022 data-original=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/600×337/cw/ec/23777/Tata-Tiago-Engine-Bay-74427.jpg?wm=1u0026q=75u0022 class=u0022lazyu0022u003eu003c/divu003ernu003cpu003eSince its engine is larger than the Kwidu0026rsquo;s, the Tiago has better pulling power too. It pulls quite well from low speeds and spins quite freely to its redline. As a result the Tiago is much faster in every acceleration test we conducted. The 0-100kmph sprint takes 16.32 seconds and the Tiago reached 140kmph ten seconds before the Kwid. On the downside, there is a fair bit of engine noise when the motor is worked hard.u003c/pu003ernu003cdiv class=u0022lpu0022u003e u003c/divu003ernu003cdiv class=u0022lpu0022u003eu003cimg src=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/0x0/statics/grey.gifu0022 alt=u0022u0022 data-original=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/600×337/cw/ec/23777/Tata-Tiago-Driving-74387.jpg?wm=1u0026q=75u0022 class=u0022lazyu0022u003eu003c/divu003ernu003cpu003eThanks to the great visibility, compact size, small turning circle and light controls the Kwid is the easier car to drive of the two. But if you enjoy driving, the Tiago is the one to go for. The steering is more direct and weighty, the car has more grip and it feels more secure at speed as well. The ride is mostly brilliant too. You do get the occasional thud from the suspension over sharp edged bumps, but it is generally pliant at low speeds and a lot more composed at higher speeds, and it has that all important big-car feel. Sound insulation is top draw too and the Tiago feels quiet and relaxed at any given speed.u003c/pu003ernu003cdiv class=u0022lpu0022u003eu003cimg src=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/0x0/statics/grey.gifu0022 alt=u0022u0022 data-original=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/600×337/cw/ec/23777/Renault-Kwid-Driving-74451.jpg?wm=1u0026q=75u0022 class=u0022lazyu0022u003eu003c/divu003ernu003cpu003eThe Kwidu0026rsquo;s low-speed ride is softer and more absorbent than the Tiago. However, go faster and the car gets skittish and doesnu0026rsquo;t handle bad bits with the authoritativeness of the Tiago. It gets thrown off by bigger bumps as well, and this forces you to exercise caution. The Kwid doesnu0026rsquo;t feel as secure as the Tiago as this light 669kg hatch gets affected by strong crosswinds quite easily. Even when it comes to handling, the Kwid simply doesnu0026rsquo;t make the cut. The steering is too light and vague, it runs out of grip faster and the brakes arenu0026rsquo;t as good as the u003ca href=u0027https://www.carwale.com/tata-cars/u0027 title=u0027Tatau0027u003eTatau003c/au003eu0026rsquo;s. When you push hard into corners there is considerable body roll (Kwid doesnu0026rsquo;t get antiroll bars) and you have to stick to moderate speeds to appreciate the Kwid.u003c/pu003e”,”publishedTime”:”6/15/2016 6:31:03 PM”,”sectionScore”:0.0,”pageType”:””},{“pageId”:20016,”pageName”:”Verdict”,”content”:”u003cdiv class=u0022lpu0022u003eu003cimg src=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/0x0/statics/grey.gifu0022 alt=u0022u0022 data-original=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/600×337/cw/ec/23777/Renault-Kwid-Driving-74454.jpg?wm=1u0026q=75u0022 class=u0022lazyu0022u003eu003c/divu003ernu003cpu003eu003ca href=u0027https://www.carwale.com/renault-cars/kwid/u0027 title=u0027Renault Kwidu0027u003eRenault Kwidu003c/au003eu003cbru003eThe Renault Kwid when launched late last year was a game changer and is a surprisingly good car. Despite its compact size, itu0026rsquo;s got a spacious cabin and modern features like the touchscreen interface with navigation really sets it apart. The u003ca href=u0027https://www.carwale.com/mini-cars/u0027 title=u0027Miniu0027u003eminiu003c/au003e SUV stance, great fuel efficiency and the low asking price makes it a mouth watering prospect too. But in this test the u003ca href=u0027https://www.carwale.com/renault-cars/kwid/u0027 title=u0027Renault Kwidu0027u003eKwidu003c/au003e had to fend off a rival from the upper class thanks to the u003ca href=u0027https://www.carwale.com/tata-cars/tiago/u0027 title=u0027Tata Tiagou0027u003eTiagou003c/au003eu0026rsquo;s killer pricing. When compared to the Tiago the Kwidu0026rsquo;s interior doesnu0026rsquo;t feel up to the mark, the engine could have done with more u003ca href=u0027https://www.carwale.com/tata-cars/zest/u0027 title=u0027Tata Zestu0027u003ezestu003c/au003e and ride and handling is not the best too.u003cbru003eu003cbru003eu003c/pu003ernu003cdiv class=u0022lpu0022u003eu003cimg src=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/0x0/statics/grey.gifu0022 alt=u0022u0022 data-original=u0022https://imgd.aeplcdn.com/600×337/cw/ec/23777/Tata-Tiago-Driving-74391.jpg?wm=1u0026q=75u0022 class=u0022lazyu0022u003eu003c/divu003ernu003cpu003eu003ca href=u0027https://www.carwale.com/tata-cars/tiago/u0027 title=u0027Tata Tiagou0027u003eTata Tiagou003c/au003eu003cbru003eIn this entry-level hatch face-off, the Tiago comfortably emerges the winner. It offers the best combination of acceptable performance, great driving dynamics, a big car feel and comfort. But the biggest praise you can give the Tiago is despite its low asking price it doesnu0026rsquo;t feel like a compromise. It feels solidly put together, cabin quality is impressive, rides and handles well, and the engine is quite peppy too. Despite being Rs 23,000 more expensive than the Kwid in this mid XM trim the Tiago feels well worth the extra money and in our eyes is the one to go for.u003c/pu003ernu003cpu003ePhotos:Kapil Anganeu003c/pu003e”,”publishedTime”:”6/15/2016 6:31:15 PM”,”sectionScore”:0.0,”pageType”:””},{“pageId”:20017,”pageName”:”Specifications”,”content”:”u003cdiv style=u0027overflow-x:auto;u0027u003eu003ctable style=u0027border-collapse: collapse;u0027 width=u0027100%u0027 border=u00271u0027 cellspacing=u00270u0027 cellpadding=u00270u0027u003eu003ccolgroupu003eu003ccol style=u0027mso-width-source: userset; mso-width-alt: 7936; width: 163pt;u0027 width=u0027217u0027u003eu003ccol style=u0027mso-width-source: userset; mso-width-alt: 6034; width: 124pt;u0027 width=u0027165u0027u003eu003ccol style=u0027mso-width-source: userset; mso-width-alt: 6144; width: 126pt;u0027 width=u0027168u0027u003eu003ccol style=u0027mso-width-source: userset; mso-width-alt: 6326; width: 130pt;u0027 width=u0027173u0027u003eu003c/colgroupu003ernu003ctbody align=u0027centeru0027u003ernu003ctru003ernu003ctd class=u0027xl79u0027 style=u0027height: 15.75pt; 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As soon as Tata announced the killer pricing of the Tiago it ended up not only rivalling the Maruti Celerio but it also shook up the entry-level hatchback segment. You might argue that the Tiago in the XZ trim is much more expensive than the Kwid in the top RxT option variant. But here we are comparing the mid XM Revotron-spec Tiago which is just around Rs 23,000 more than the Kwidu0022,u0022articleBodyu0022:u0022 This comparison might look like a mismatch but it’s far from being one. As soon as Tata announced the killer pricing of the Tiago it ended up not only rivalling the Maruti Celerio but it also shook up the entry-level hatchback segment. You might argue that the Tiago in the XZ trim is much more expensive than the Kwid in the top RxT option variant. But here we are comparing the mid XM Revotron-spec Tiago which is just around Rs 23,000 more than the Kwid and is similarly equipped. For that money you get 400cc extra, a premium cabin and great on road manners. While the Tiago is Tata’s ticket of resurgence, the Kwid has already done that béo the French manufacturer. It has a spacious cabin, great fuel efficiency, modern features and its mini SUV design has won many Indian hearts. So which is the best first car for you? Tata’s talented new kid, the Tiago or the already established hunk the Renault Kwid?Read our extensive Road test comparison béo find out. The design language for both these cars is as different as chalk and cheese. Where the Kwid with its crossover theme is all about muscle, the Tiago is more about finesse and balance. The Tiago might not have the head-turning styling of the Kwid but there’s a nice sense of proportion béo the sheet metal. The Tiago looks very stylish with its sharp lines and well-proportioned body. The front looks bold with the signature Tata smiling mesh grille with hexagonal elements, and the sweptback headlamps are large but not overtly so. At the rear the taut wrap-around tail lamps and the crease running across the boot-lid lends it a lot of character. The profile is dominated by the mildly flared wheel arches and the prominent crease running across the shoulder which gives it a sporty stance. In contrast the Kwid looks much more menacing, thanks béo the rugged looking bits like the matte grey cladding around the car, faux skid plates and optional chunky roof rails up top. The high 180mm ground clearance further establishes its mini crossover credentials. The large upright honeycomb grille, high bonnet and chunky headlamps gives it great presence and the recesses for the fog lamps look stylish too. In profile, the flared wheel arches with plastic cladding gives it a mini Duster look. At the rear Renault hasn’t gone overboard and the snug tail lamps and chiselled boot lid looks modern. The only grouse we have is that the weedy 13-inch wheels look a bit too small. This is the segment where the Tiago has a clear advantage over the Kwid. For starters the cabin design is modern and the dashboard looks mature. The hexagonal theme from the exterior continues inside with the centre console, speaker grille and the steering boss design. Quality, especially on the upper portions of the dashboard and the door pads, is nice with the fish skin-like graining. Lower down, the plastics do look a bit hard and panel gaps aren’t as consistent, but it’s still quite decent for the class. Overall Tata has done a good job in terms of overall quality and consistency is better than even the Bolt. The Kwid’s cabin looks modern too, thanks béo the minimalistic yet smartly styled dashboard, with the seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system dominating the proceedings. This touchscreen system is not only unique at this price point, but it also gets features like a navigation system that is unheard even in cars twice its price. We also liked the large, easy-to-use knobs for the AC controls and also the convenient placement of the Aux/USB ports on the music system. The digital instruments add further béo the contemporary look of the cabin, but we only wish it was brighter and easier béo read on the move. But in terms the quality the Kwid’s cabin looks budget with hard plastics all-round and panel gaps are inconsistent. This is where the Tiago has a distinct advantage over the Kwid. The Tiago’s cabin is more practical too and it gets a massive 22 storage cavities. On the downside all of them except the glovebox are shallow and narrow. The Tiago scores well when it comes béo seat comfort. The front buckets are well contoured and you sit at a good height. Even at the rear you have enough space thanks béo the scooped out front seats and thin door pads. But you do sit a bit low which affects under thigh and even headroom is not in abundance. The backrest too, is a bit too reclined and the seatback offers too much lower back support which can be a bit irritating. The Kwid surprisingly has more knee and headroom than the Tiago. Visibility out of the front windscreen is really good and the high bonnet gives it an SUV’ish feeling . The front seats are surprisingly good despite limited bolstering. Even the backseat is very usable with good space and the long squab and well-angled backrest make it a nice place béo be in. On the downside the Kwid’s cabin is a touch too narrow and sitting three at the back is an uncomfortable experience. The Kwid has the bigger boot of the two at 300-litres. In comparison the Tiago gets a much smaller 242-litre trunk and the loading bay is not as well shaped either. As far as equipment is concerned it is quite a mixed bag. We have compared the Kwid in the top RxT option variant and the Tiago in the mid XM. The Kwid comes quite well loaded and apart from the standard features it gets front fog lamps and gets a dash mounted large touchscreen unit which houses a music system and navigation system. Although the Tiago lacks these features it does come with height adjustable steering wheel, power windows for both front and rear passengers and a trip computer all of which the Kwid doesn’t come with. In terms of safety none of these cars score that well. The Kwid in this trim gets a solitary driveru0027s airbag which the Tiago doesn’t get. You can pay around Rs 18,000 more and get twin airbags on the Tiago, but that makes it Rs 40,000 more expensive than the Kwid. The Kwid, thanks béo its smaller motor, is the more efficient of the two. It returned a healthy 14 kmpl in the city and 18 kmpl on the highway. In comparison, the Tiago despite its much more powerful motor, returned a decent 13.1 kmpl in the city and 17.5 kmpl on the highway when driven in Eco mode. The Kwid’s 799cc engine, on paper, should be a strong contender, its light 669kg kerb weight. But when you drive it, you come away unimpressed. The power output of the motor is a meagre 52bhp. It responds well and the Kwid keeps up with traffic easily, but ask any more of it and you will be disappointed. Once past 2,500rpm, power delivery is quite weak and you need béo down-shift quite rapidly béo keep progress respectable. As a result, flat-out acceleration béo 100kph takes a leisurely 17.93 seconds. The gearbox too is notchy and you have béo give an extra push béo slot in the gear. Even in terms of in-gear times the Kwid struggles with times of 17.08 seconds in the 20-80kmph third gear dash. On a positive note, the Kwid feels quite relaxed while cruising around 100kmph. But it’s when travelling with a full load that the Kwid’s motor feels strained and this makes overtaking a tricky affair too. The Tiago’s larger 1199cc motor, on the other hand, understandably feels much more responsive at any given speed. The all-aluminium motor feels peppy and quite flexible from the word go and, despite also being a three-cylinder motor, vibrations are kept in check. Since its engine is larger than the Kwid’s, the Tiago has better pulling power too. It pulls quite well from low speeds and spins quite freely béo its redline. As a result the Tiago is much faster in every acceleration test we conducted. The 0-100kmph sprint takes 16.32 seconds and the Tiago reached 140kmph ten seconds before the Kwid. On the downside, there is a fair bit of engine noise when the motor is worked hard. Thanks béo the great visibility, compact size, small turning circle and light controls the Kwid is the easier car béo drive of the two. But if you enjoy driving, the Tiago is the one béo go for. The steering is more direct and weighty, the car has more grip and it feels more secure at speed as well. The ride is mostly brilliant too. You do get the occasional thud from the suspension over sharp edged bumps, but it is generally pliant at low speeds and a lot more composed at higher speeds, and it has that all important big-car feel. Sound insulation is top draw too and the Tiago feels quiet and relaxed at any given speed. The Kwid’s low-speed ride is softer and more absorbent than the Tiago. However, go faster and the car gets skittish and doesn’t handle bad bits with the authoritativeness of the Tiago. It gets thrown off by bigger bumps as well, and this forces you béo exercise caution. The Kwid doesn’t feel as secure as the Tiago as this light 669kg hatch gets affected by strong crosswinds quite easily. Even when it comes béo handling, the Kwid simply doesn’t make the cut. The steering is too light and vague, it runs out of grip faster and the brakes aren’t as good as the Tata’s. When you push hard into corners there is considerable body roll (Kwid doesn’t get antiroll bars) and you have béo stick béo moderate speeds béo appreciate the Kwid. Renault KwidThe Renault Kwid when launched late last year was a game changer and is a surprisingly good car. Despite its compact size, it’s got a spacious cabin and modern features like the touchscreen interface with navigation really sets it apart. The mini SUV stance, great fuel efficiency and the low asking price makes it a mouth watering prospect too. But in this test the Kwid had béo fend off a rival from the upper class thanks béo the Tiago’s killer pricing. When compared béo the Tiago the Kwid’s interior doesn’t feel up béo the mark, the engine could have done with more zest and ride and handling is not the best too. Tata TiagoIn this entry-level hatch face-off, the Tiago comfortably emerges the winner. It offers the best combination of acceptable performance, great driving dynamics, a big car feel and comfort. But the biggest praise you can give the Tiago is despite its low asking price it doesn’t feel like a compromise. It feels solidly put together, cabin quality is impressive, rides and handles well, and the engine is quite peppy too. Despite being Rs 23,000 more expensive than the Kwid in this mid XM trim the Tiago feels well worth the extra money and in our eyes is the one béo go for. Photos:Kapil Angane CAR NAME Tata Tiago Renault Kwid Variant XM Petrol Manual RXT Petrol Manual CAR NAME Tata Tiago Renault Kwid Variant XM Petrol manual RXT Petrol manual PERFORMANCE u0026 BRAKING 0-20kmph 1.19s 1.25s 0-40kmph 3.44s 3.28s 0-60kmph 6.44s 6.78s 0-80kmph 10.09s 11.55s 0-100kmph 16.32s 17.93s 0-120kmph 23.64s 27.93s 20-80kmph in 3rd gear 16.32s 17.08s 40-100kmph in 4th gear 24.39s 26.38s 80-0kmph 27.1m 34.99m FUEL ECONOMY City 13.10kmpl 14.0kmpl Highway 17.50kmpl 18.0kmpl Tank size 35 litres 42 litres Range 460.0km 578.23km INTERIOR MEASUREMENTS Front Legroom(Max/min) 740/550mm 790/600mm Headroom 940mm 950mm Shoulder room 1280mm 1220mm Backrest height 580mm 540mm Rear Legroom(Max/min) 850/650mm 810/620mm Ideal legroom 630mm 720mm Headroom 920mm 900mm Shoulder room 1290mm 1200mm Seat base length 490mm 490mm Backrest height 540mm 500mm Boot 242 litres 300 litres Length/width/height 600/900/525mm 700/960/550mm Loading lip height 750mm 730mm Parameters Max points Tata Tiago Renault Kwid DRIVING FEEL Steering response 20 11 8 Directional stability 25 16 10 Engine characteristics 25 14 12 Gearbox 20 14 10 Visibility 10 7 7 Intermediate results 100 62 47 SPACE Front Space 25 11 10 Rear space 25 10 10 Feeling of space 20 14 13 Boot space/flexibility 20 9 12 Payload 10 5 6 Intermediate results 100 49 51 IN THE CABIN Comfort equipment 25 6 6 Operatibility 15 10 10 Feel of quality 20 13 12 Front seats/ingress 20 15 13 Rear seat/ingress 20 14 13 Intermediate results 100 58 54 PERFORMANCE Acceleration 25 12 11 Top speed 10 6 6 Driveability 30 15 14 Braking 25 19 17 Environment 10 7 7 Intermediate results 100 59 55 ROAD MANNERS Ride quality 30 22 20 Turning circle 15 14 14 Handling 20 12 9

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Introduction
This comparison might look like a mismatch but it’s far from being one. As soon as Tata announced the killer pricing of the Tiago it ended up not only rivalling the Maruti Celerio but it also shook up the entry-level hatchback segment. You might argue that the Tiago in the XZ trim is much more expensive than the Kwid in the top RxT option variant. But here we are comparing the mid XM Revotron-spec Tiago which is just around Rs 23,000 more than the Kwid and is similarly equipped. For that money you get 400cc extra, a premium cabin and great on road manners. While the Tiago is Tata’s ticket of resurgence, the Kwid has already done that béo the French manufacturer. It has a spacious cabin, great fuel efficiency, modern features and its mini SUV design has won many Indian hearts. So which is the best first car for you? Tata’s talented new kid, the Tiago or the already established hunk the Renault Kwid?Read our extensive Road test comparison béo find out.Design language
The design language for both these cars is as different as chalk and cheese. Where the Kwid with its crossover theme is all about muscle, the Tiago is more about finesse and balance.
The Tiago might not have the head-turning styling of the Kwid but there’s a nice sense of proportion béo the sheet metal. The Tiago looks very stylish with its sharp lines and well-proportioned body. The front looks bold with the signature Tata smiling mesh grille with hexagonal elements, and the sweptback headlamps are large but not overtly so.

At the rear the taut wrap-around tail lamps and the crease running across the boot-lid lends it a lot of character. The profile is dominated by the mildly flared wheel arches and the prominent crease running across the shoulder which gives it a sporty stance.

In contrast the Kwid looks much more menacing, thanks béo the rugged looking bits like the matte grey cladding around the car, faux skid plates and optional chunky roof rails up top. The high 180mm ground clearance further establishes its mini crossover credentials. The large upright honeycomb grille, high bonnet and chunky headlamps gives it great presence and the recesses for the fog lamps look stylish too.

In profile, the flared wheel arches with plastic cladding gives it a mini Duster look. At the rear Renault hasn’t gone overboard and the snug tail lamps and chiselled boot lid looks modern. The only grouse we have is that the weedy 13-inch wheels look a bit too small.Ambiance and quality
This is the segment where the Tiago has a clear advantage over the Kwid. For starters the cabin design is modern and the dashboard looks mature. The hexagonal theme from the exterior continues inside with the centre console, speaker grille and the steering boss design. Quality, especially on the upper portions of the dashboard and the door pads, is nice with the fish skin-like graining. Lower down, the plastics do look a bit hard and panel gaps aren’t as consistent, but it’s still quite decent for the class. Overall Tata has done a good job in terms of overall quality and consistency is better than even the Bolt.

The Kwid’s cabin looks modern too, thanks béo the minimalistic yet smartly styled dashboard, with the seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system dominating the proceedings. This touchscreen system is not only unique at this price point, but it also gets features like a navigation system that is unheard even in cars twice its price.

We also liked the large, easy-to-use knobs for the AC controls and also the convenient placement of the Aux/USB ports on the music system. The digital instruments add further béo the contemporary look of the cabin, but we only wish it was brighter and easier béo read on the move. But in terms the quality the Kwid’s cabin looks budget with hard plastics all-round and panel gaps are inconsistent.

This is where the Tiago has a distinct advantage over the Kwid. The Tiago’s cabin is more practical too and it gets a massive 22 storage cavities. On the downside all of them except the glovebox are shallow and narrow.

The Tiago scores well when it comes béo seat comfort. The front buckets are well contoured and you sit at a good height. Even at the rear you have enough space thanks béo the scooped out front seats and thin door pads. But you do sit a bit low which affects under thigh and even headroom is not in abundance. The backrest too, is a bit too reclined and the seatback offers too much lower back support which can be a bit irritating.

The Kwid surprisingly has more knee and headroom than the Tiago. Visibility out of the front windscreen is really good and the high bonnet gives it an SUV’ish feeling . The front seats are surprisingly good despite limited bolstering. Even the backseat is very usable with good space and the long squab and well-angled backrest make it a nice place béo be in. On the downside the Kwid’s cabin is a touch too narrow and sitting three at the back is an uncomfortable experience.

The Kwid has the bigger boot of the two at 300-litres. In comparison the Tiago gets a much smaller 242-litre trunk and the loading bay is not as well shaped either.
Every penny counts
As far as equipment is concerned it is quite a mixed bag. We have compared the Kwid in the top RxT option variant and the Tiago in the mid XM. The Kwid comes quite well loaded and apart from the standard features it gets front fog lamps and gets a dash mounted large touchscreen unit which houses a music system and navigation system.

Although the Tiago lacks these features it does come with height adjustable steering wheel, power windows for both front and rear passengers and a trip computer all of which the Kwid doesn’t come with.

In terms of safety none of these cars score that well. The Kwid in this trim gets a solitary driver’s airbag which the Tiago doesn’t get. You can pay around Rs 18,000 more and get twin airbags on the Tiago, but that makes it Rs 40,000 more expensive than the Kwid. The Kwid, thanks béo its smaller motor, is the more efficient of the two. It returned a healthy 14 kmpl in the city and 18 kmpl on the highway. In comparison, the Tiago despite its much more powerful motor, returned a decent 13.1 kmpl in the city and 17.5 kmpl on the highway when driven in Eco mode.Performance
The Kwid’s 799cc engine, on paper, should be a strong contender, its light 669kg kerb weight. But when you drive it, you come away unimpressed. The power output of the motor is a meagre 52bhp. It responds well and the Kwid keeps up with traffic easily, but ask any more of it and you will be disappointed.

Once past 2,500rpm, power delivery is quite weak and you need béo down-shift quite rapidly béo keep progress respectable. As a result, flat-out acceleration béo 100kph takes a leisurely 17.93 seconds. The gearbox too is notchy and you have béo give an extra push béo slot in the gear.

Even in terms of in-gear times the Kwid struggles with times of 17.08 seconds in the 20-80kmph third gear dash. On a positive note, the Kwid feels quite relaxed while cruising around 100kmph. But it’s when travelling with a full load that the Kwid’s motor feels strained and this makes overtaking a tricky affair too.

The Tiago’s larger 1199cc motor, on the other hand, understandably feels much more responsive at any given speed. The all-aluminium motor feels peppy and quite flexible from the word go and, despite also being a three-cylinder motor, vibrations are kept in check.

Since its engine is larger than the Kwid’s, the Tiago has better pulling power too. It pulls quite well from low speeds and spins quite freely béo its redline. As a result the Tiago is much faster in every acceleration test we conducted. The 0-100kmph sprint takes 16.32 seconds and the Tiago reached 140kmph ten seconds before the Kwid. On the downside, there is a fair bit of engine noise when the motor is worked hard.

Thanks béo the great visibility, compact size, small turning circle and light controls the Kwid is the easier car béo drive of the two. But if you enjoy driving, the Tiago is the one béo go for. The steering is more direct and weighty, the car has more grip and it feels more secure at speed as well. The ride is mostly brilliant too. You do get the occasional thud from the suspension over sharp edged bumps, but it is generally pliant at low speeds and a lot more composed at higher speeds, and it has that all important big-car feel. Sound insulation is top draw too and the Tiago feels quiet and relaxed at any given speed.

The Kwid’s low-speed ride is softer and more absorbent than the Tiago. However, go faster and the car gets skittish and doesn’t handle bad bits with the authoritativeness of the Tiago. It gets thrown off by bigger bumps as well, and this forces you béo exercise caution. The Kwid doesn’t feel as secure as the Tiago as this light 669kg hatch gets affected by strong crosswinds quite easily. Even when it comes béo handling, the Kwid simply doesn’t make the cut. The steering is too light and vague, it runs out of grip faster and the brakes aren’t as good as the Tata’s. When you push hard into corners there is considerable body roll (Kwid doesn’t get antiroll bars) and you have béo stick béo moderate speeds béo appreciate the Kwid.Verdict
Renault KwidThe Renault Kwid when launched late last year was a game changer and is a surprisingly good car. Despite its compact size, it’s got a spacious cabin and modern features like the touchscreen interface with navigation really sets it apart. The mini SUV stance, great fuel efficiency and the low asking price makes it a mouth watering prospect too. But in this test the Kwid had béo fend off a rival from the upper class thanks béo the Tiago’s killer pricing. When compared béo the Tiago the Kwid’s interior doesn’t feel up béo the mark, the engine could have done with more zest and ride and handling is not the best too.

Tata TiagoIn this entry-level hatch face-off, the Tiago comfortably emerges the winner. It offers the best combination of acceptable performance, great driving dynamics, a big car feel and comfort. But the biggest praise you can give the Tiago is despite its low asking price it doesn’t feel like a compromise. It feels solidly put together, cabin quality is impressive, rides and handles well, and the engine is quite peppy too. Despite being Rs 23,000 more expensive than the Kwid in this mid XM trim the Tiago feels well worth the extra money and in our eyes is the one béo go for.
Photos:Kapil AnganeSpecificationsCAR NAME
Tata Tiago
Renault Kwid
Variant
XM Petrol Manual

RXT Petrol Manual
Test DataCAR NAME
Tata Tiago
Renault Kwid
Variant
XM Petrol manual
RXT Petrol manual
PERFORMANCE & BRAKING

0-20kmph
1.19s
1.25s
0-40kmph
3.44s
3.28s
0-60kmph
6.44s
6.78s
0-80kmph
10.09s
11.55s
0-100kmph
16.32s
17.93s
0-120kmph
23.64s
27.93s

20-80kmph in 3rd gear
16.32s
17.08s
40-100kmph in 4th gear
24.39s
26.38s

80-0kmph
27.1m
34.99m
FUEL ECONOMY

City
13.10kmpl
14.0kmpl
Highway
17.50kmpl
18.0kmpl
Tank size
35 litres
42 litres
Range
460.0km
578.23km
INTERIOR MEASUREMENTS

Front

Legroom(Max/min)
740/550mm
790/600mm
Headroom
940mm
950mm
Shoulder room
1280mm
1220mm
Backrest height
580mm
540mm
Rear

Legroom(Max/min)
850/650mm
810/620mm
Ideal legroom
630mm
720mm
Headroom
920mm
900mm
Shoulder room
1290mm
1200mm
Seat base length
490mm
490mm
Backrest height
540mm
500mm
Boot
242 litres
300 litres
Length/width/height
600/900/525mm
700/960/550mm
Loading lip height
750mm
730mm
Score SheetParameters
Max points

Tata Tiago

Renault Kwid

DRIVING FEEL

Steering response
20
11
8
Directional stability
25
16
10
Engine characteristics
25
14
12
Gearbox
20
14
10
Visibility
10
7
7
Intermediate results
100
62
47

SPACE

Front Space
25
11
10
Rear space
25
10
10
Feeling of space
20
14
13
Boot space/flexibility
20
9
12
Payload
10
5
6
Intermediate results
100
49
51

IN THE CABIN

Comfort equipment
25
6
6
Operatibility
15
10
10
Feel of quality
20
13
12
Front seats/ingress
20
15
13
Rear seat/ingress
20
14
13
Intermediate results
100
58
54

PERFORMANCE

Acceleration
25
12
11
Top speed
10
6
6
Driveability
30
15
14
Braking
25
19
17
Environment
10
7
7
Intermediate results
100
59
55

ROAD MANNERS

Ride quality
30
22
20
Turning circle
15
14
14
Handling
20
12
9
Manoeuvrability
15
12
12
Safety
20
1
2
Intermediate results
100
61
57

PRICE

Price
45
45
45
Resale
10
6
7
Warranty
10
8
6
Fuel efficiency
35
21
22
Intermediate results
100
80
80
Total
600
369
344

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