Why does Tata Altroz Deserve to be your Next Car?

The Tata Altroz is a very well-rounded premium hatchback that will appeal to even more people due to addition of the new Nexon turbo petrol engine. In urban settings, the engine provided sufficient performance; however, it was insufficient for more demanding tasks. Even though the DCT automatic helps to calm down the drive, the package would have been much more fun if it had been combined with the iTurbo. The BS6 Phase 2-compliant Altroz was launched on 1 April, 2023 in India. The boot space of its diesel and petrol versions is 345 litres, whereas that of its CNG variants is only 210 litres.

The Tata Altroz's exterior features include wraparound LED tail lights, projector headlamps, LED DRLs, fog lights, a wide air dam, 16-inch dual-tone alloy wheels, rear door handles mounted on the C-pillar, an integrated spoiler, a rear wiper and washer and a number plate recess located in the rear bumper.

Inside, the Tata Altroz has a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple Carplay and Android Auto, a flat-bottomed steering wheel, a seven-inch TFT digital instrument cluster, mood lighting, a glove box that is cooled, and controls that are mounted on the steering wheel. A height-adjustable driver seat, a front sliding armrest with storage, drive modes, automatic climate control, rear AC vents, and iRA-connected car technology are also included.

Engine and Gearbox
Three engine options are available for the Tata Altroz: a 1.5-liter diesel engine (90 PS/200 Nm), a 1.2-liter naturally aspirated petrol engine (86 PS/113 Nm), and a 1.2-liter turbo-petrol engine (110 PS/140 Nm). The naturally aspirated petrol engine is also equipped with a 6-speed dual-clutch gearbox (DCT), in addition to the standard 5-speed manual gearbox for all three engines.
The CNG version has 1.2-liter naturally aspirated petrol engine only comes with a 5-speed manual gearbox. 73.5 PS and 103 Nm are produced by this engine.

The light clutch and well-fitting gears make the frequent gear changes enjoyable. There is only one manual gearbox with five speeds available for the gearbox. Though the car ascended a steep slope in first gear without stopping or the tyres losing grip and screeching, prospective buyers won't have to worry. You can accelerate and gain speed thanks to the high ratio between the second and third gears.

A touchscreen infotainment system, ambient lighting, cruise control, a semi-digital instrument cluster, and a single-pane sunroof are all standard on the high-end hatchback. For the Altroz, Tata also provides a variety of customisation choices.

Its safety kit consists of rear parking sensors, auto park lock (DCT only), ISOFIX child seat anchors, and two front airbags. The Altroz has scored a five-star rating in the Global NCAP crash test.

Six broad variants are available for purchase: XE, XM, XM+, XT, XZ, and XZ+. The high-end hatchback is available in six different colour options: Arcade Grey, High Street Gold, Downtown Red, Opera Blue, Harbour Blue, and Avenue White. The model is available in a Dark Edition variant and can accommodate up to five people in seating.

  • The performance of the turbo-petrol engine is enjoyable. 
  • A five-star rating for safety. 
  • The leatherette upholstery gives the interior a more upscale feel. 
  • top-notch handling and riding package. 
  • Driving in cities is made easier with an automatic transmission's smooth operation. 
  • Still absent are upscale amenities like the sunroof, wireless changer, and ventilated seats. 
  • There is insufficient insulation in the cabin.
  • A naturally aspirated petrol engine is weak and unrefined.
  • There is no automatic available for turbo-petrol engines.

The base price of the Tata Altroz is Rs. 6.60 Lakh, while the top model costs Rs. 10.74 Lakh. Tata Altroz XZ Plus S Dark Edition Diesel is the top model, while Altroz XE is the base model.

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