Spec Comparison: 2018 Hyundai Santro vs Datsun GO facelift vs Celerio vs Tiago vs WagonR

Modified On 2018-12-06 20:13:14.0 By CarDekho Team for Datsun GO at CarDekho.com

With the introduction of the GO facelift and the Hyundai Santro nearing launch, where do old players like the WagonR, Celerio and Tiago stand? We pit them against each other on paper to find out

Datsun GO vs Hyundai Santro vs Maruti Celerio vs Tata Tiago vs Maruti WagonR

Datsun has updated the GO hatchback in terms of looks and features, and now we have official details about the upcoming 2018 Hyundai Santro as well. Needless to say, the competition in this segment is cut-throat and in order to make picking one car easy, we have compared the specifications of each of these models.

Hyundai Santro

Dimensions

Measurements

Datsun GO

Hyundai Santro (2018)

Maruti Suzuki Celerio

Tata Tiago

Maruti Suzuki WagonR / WagonR Vxi+*

Length

3788mm

3610mm

3695mm

3746mm

3599mm/ 3636mm

Width

1636mm

1645mm

1600mm

1647mm

1495mm/ 1475mm

Height

1507mm

1560mm

1560mm

1535mm

1700mm/ 1670mm

Wheelbase

2450mm

2400mm

2425mm

2400mm

2400mm

Boot space

265 litres

NA

235 litres

242 litres

NA

*The WagonR Vxi is essentially the Stingray

Datsun GO

The new Datsun GO is the longest of the lot with the longest wheelbase as well. The Maruti WagonR is the tallest, but also the narrowest, by more than 100mm compared to the rest. In terms of boot space, the GO wins again. However, not all the measurements of the all-new Hyundai Santro are available yet for this comparison.

Petrol Engines

Car

Engine Capacity

No. of cylinders

Power

Torque

Transmission

Fuel Efficiency (claimed)

Datsun GO

1.2-litre

3

68PS

104Nm

5-speed MT

19.83 kmpl

Hyundai Santro (2018)

1.1-litre

4

69PS

99Nm

5-speed MT/AMT

20.3 kmpl

Maruti Suzuki Celerio

1.0-litre

3

68PS

90Nm

5-speed MT/AMT

23.1 kmpl

Tata Tiago

1.2-litre

3

85PS

114Nm

5-speed MT/AMT

23.84 kmpl

Maruti Suzuki WagonR

1.0-litre

3

68PS

90Nm

5-speed MT/AMT

20.51 kmpl

Both the Datsun GO and Tata Tiago have bigger 1.2-litre engines. Besides being the most powerful car in this comparison, the Tiago is also the most efficient as per the claimed figures. The GO is actually the least fuel efficient car in this list and the only one that doesn’t offer an automatic option.   The Santro, WagonR and Celerio also come factory-fitted with CNG fuel kits, trading in boot space for increased fuel efficiency. On the other hand, the Tiago is the only car here with a diesel engine option.

Media and Safety Features

Feature

Datsun GO

Hyundai Santro (2018)

Maruti Suzuki Celerio

Tata Tiago

Maruti Suzuki WagonR

Touchscreen Infotainment system

7-inch

7-inch

No

No

No

Rear parking sensors

Standard

Yes, but cannot confirm if standard

No

Not standard

No

ABS

Standard

Standard

Not standard

Not standard

ABS is optional on all variants

Driver airbag

Standard

Standard

Standard

Not standard

Not standard

Front passenger airbag

Standard

Not standard

Not standard

Not standard

Optional on all variants

The updated Datsun GO gets a modern infotainment system, and more safety features as standard than its rivals, but misses out on steering-mounted controls. The Maruti cars get the least safety equipment as standard, and the infotainment definitely needs an update. While the Tata Tiago doesn’t get a touchscreen infotainment yet, it is expected to get one in the top-spec variant with the next facelift. The upcoming Hyundai Santro is also well equipped compared to the competition.

Price

Car

Datsun GO

Maruti Suzuki Celerio

Tata Tiago

Maruti Suzuki WagonR

Hyundai Santro (2018)

Ex-showroom(Delhi)

Rs 3.29 lakh -Rs 4.89 lakh

Rs 4.21 lakh - Rs 5.40 lakh

Rs 3.34 lakh - Rs 5.63 lakh

Rs 4.14 lakh - Rs 5.39 lakh

Rs 3.7 lakh - Rs 5.5 lakh (expected)

Datsun has undercut all its rivals with the pricing of the updated GO. The fact that it gets all the basics right makes it a package worth considering now. Prices for the new Hyundai Santro will be announced on 23 October 2018 and bookings are already open. The 2018 Santro appears to be a promising product and you can read more about it here. But competition in this segment will be more fierce than ever once Maruti Suzuki launches the new WagonR in January 2019.

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