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Tata Altroz Latest Updates

Tata Motors has registered the upcoming Altroz Turbo with the RTO revealing performance figures of the premium hatchback. The Altroz Turbo will utilise a 1.2-litre tubrocharged petrol engine delivering 110PS of power. That's 25PS more than its naturally aspirated counterpart and 8PS more than the Geneva Edition. Expec torque figures to be over 140Nm and get a DCT transmission option. The Altroz Turbo is expected to launch around Diwali.

The carmaker has also silently slashed prices for all the disel variants expect the base XE variant by Rs 40,000. Petrol variant pricing remains unchanged. The Tata Altroz retails from Rs. 5.44 lakh to Rs 8.95 lakh (ex-showroom), It rivals the Maruti Suzuki Baleno, Hyundai Elite i20 , Volkswagen Polo and the Honda Jazz

Altroz Specifications

The Altroz is powered by BS6-compliant 1.2-litre petrol and 1.5-litre diesel engines. The petrol engine delivers 85PS and 114Nm, whereas the diesel motor produces 90PS and 200Nm. Both engines are paired to a 5-speed manual gearbox. The Altroz gets a boot space of 347 litres along with a ground clearance of 165mm.

Altroz Variants

Both petrol and diesel are available in four variants: XE, XM, XT, XZ and XZ (O). The colours on offer are Skyline Silver, HighStreet Gold, Downtown Red, Avenue White, Midtown Grey.

Altroz Features

Features highlights include a 7-inch floating infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, ambient lighting, cruise control, auto headlamps, as well as keyless entry with push-button start-stop. Safety equipment consists of ABS+EBD, rear parking sensors with camera, driver and co-driver seatbelt warning, and high-speed alert.

Tata Altroz Competitors

Key rivals include Maruti Suzuki Baleno, Toyota Glanza, Honda Jazz, Volkswagen Polo, and Hyundai i20.

Tata Altroz Price

The price of Tata Altroz starts at Rs. 5.44 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 8.95 Lakh. The price of petrol variant of Altroz ranges between Rs. 5.44 Lakh to Rs. 7.75 Lakh. The prices of Altroz diesel variants start at Rs. 6.99 Lakh and the top-end diesel is priced at Rs. 8.95 Lakh. Tata Altroz is available in 14 variants and 5 different colours.

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Altroz XE
1199 cc | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 5.44 Lakh
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Altroz XM
1199 cc | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 6.3 Lakh
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1199 cc | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 6.99 Lakh
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Altroz

Q. Is Tata Altroz a sedan car?
  • Tata Altroz is a premium hatchback and rivals the like of Hyundai Elite i20, Honda Jazz, Maruti Suzuki Baleno, etc.
Q. Does Altroz has alloy wheels?
  • Yes Alloy wheels available in high variant like XZ and XZ(O) in both petrol and Diesel.
  • Yes, XZ and its above variants of Altroz is offered with alloy wheels.
  • Yes, in XZ and above variants.
Q. Is Tata Altroz available in diesel variant?
  • Yes, available in diesel variant.But in diesel version you won't get ISS(Idle Start stop function) option.
  • Yes
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Q. Which will be a better pick for a family car between Tata Altroz or Renault Triber. I need features, safety, family car, space , better comfort on bad roads and sufficient engine for comfort performance.
  • Renault Triber:- highlight of the car is 7 seater this is the only reason middle class people fall love with this car. Avg mileage is 10 , no safety, avg performance, looks good, uncomfortable for 3rd row passengers (for kids it okay but low quality seats) and 2nd row middle seat is also uncomfortable, spare parts are expensive and they have not done safety test and it is very poor , it is may be 7 seater but car can't claim the hills, flyovers that easily with 7 passengers, it is not that good as Tata and Renault is flop in India , with less mileage and low built up quality, so it risky to buy,it is good in city's and if your traveling monthly 3000Km in traffic areas like Bangalore then buy ertiga, because Renault Triber petrol chargers you can pay Monthly EMI for ertiga.About TATA ALTROZ , good performance, avg 15kmpl mileage, more important safety is 5 Star, good looking, tata company is bad at marketing so many people don't about this car. Tata is our proud Indian company it gives the best value for the Money.
  • Search google for Renault Triber real user review Average mileage 9 to 10.5 kmpl to know about 20 issues that I found. Those may or may not be a deal breaker for some. But it is worth knowing what you are spending your money on.
  • I have a triber rxt car but the main issue is engine but triber is giving me mileage about 19.4 and third row is very comfortable for kids and adults of 5.9 height and also car is very good .
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Q. Should I wait for new Hyundai i20 or Tata Altroz is a good choice?
  • Drove the TATA altroz.... Lots of NVH level and Vibrations in the lower gears.... If you want features then go for it. But you want silent car and smooth engine performance don't go for it...Hope TaTa gives a better silent petrol engine
  • 3 cylinders engine are new trends in Market. Even BMW cars are going for 3 cylinder engines.Just because its TATA, don't highlight it as a negative point.. In spite 3 cylinder engine Altroz has good reviews on cabin sound and engine performance.
  • Tata Altroz is a very good choice you will love it. Its much better than other cars in segment. Tata Altroz is better in Performance, build quality, features, comfort, styling, space, and everything.
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Q. I20, Altroz or Figo, which is better?
  • If your choice is better build quality, refreshed interior and great looks better ride quality for this kind of purpose altroz is good if you are looking for better interior fit and finish more reliability i20 is best option and if you like fun to drive cars cars with the better handling you should go for figo hope you got your points
  • I20- good engine, costlyAltroz - 5 star safety, more efficient, less maintenance cost, latest tech available, spaciousFigo- no cool features, less efficient, less space, good engine
  • I20 is better option best in performance build quality and low maintenance and spare parts are not costly figo is also good option but maintenance and spare parts costly
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Editor's View of Tata Altroz

  • Upside

    Good road presence. Supple ride and great balance between handling and comfort. Practical and spacious cabin.

  • Downside

    Petrol engine lacks refinement and is noisy. Gear shifts are clunky. Piano black accents on the outside easily pick up dust swirls.

  • Our Verdict

    While the Altroz does not manage to set a new standard in the segment, it will fit right into the mix with a long feature list, sharp looks and a comfortable ride. The engine refinement remains to be the major chink in the armour.


Altroz Detailed Review

Update: The Tata Altroz has been launched at a starting price of Rs 5.29 lakh for the petrol and Rs 6.99 lakh for the diesel, ex-showroom pan-India. Read our launch story for more details.

What’s in a name? This question is raised by the arrival of Tata’s Altroz, which derives its name from the legendary bird, the Albatross. So, this big hatch is making a big promise, and why not? After all, the Altroz is a step towards an all-new Tata Motors, as it is underpinned by its next generation and all-new modular ALFA Arc platform, which also forms the base for the H2X small-SUV and other upcoming sedans and SUVs. The Altroz has to put its best foot forward because it will go up against formidable rivals like Maruti Suzuki’s Baleno and Hyundai’s i20. So, has it?

Sun on its wings

On the outskirts of Jaisalmer, we watch as the soft rays of the morning glance off the Altroz. The signature golden shade shimmers elegantly, but it does little to soften this Tata’s assertive personality. There is also a dash of determination in the Altroz’s face, its forehead jutting out in a determined way while the halogen headlamps seem to lock in on you, or its prey. Interestingly, like the Albatross the Altroz also has prominent dark eyebrows for a stern look. The projector units for the low beam only highlight this sensation. The ORVMs, roof and the taillamps are finished in contrasting black which adds a touch of stealthiness. Also, like the Albatross which boasts a wingspan of 11 feet, the Altroz looks very confident. It is 10mm wider than the next widest car in the class, the Maruti Suzuki Baleno.

The Altroz' lines seem to be sculpted like a bird diving for prey. The hood and the blacked-out sash under the window line races towards the C-pillar making the Alroz look fast even at a standstill. The 16-inch dual-tone and laser cut alloys look cool on this top-end XZ variant. However, even the XT variant will come with alloy-like steel 16-inch wheels while the XE and XM variants will get 14-inch steel wheels. The wind also seems to have knocked the rear door handle around too, pushing it up near the C-pillar. It is cool, but because of the mechanism being deeper in the recess, it is an awkward two-step process.

However, the design flows seamlessly to the rear as the sharply cut tail lamps and creased boot pack into a tight, slipstreamed and dynamic shape. Look closely at the upper corners of the rear windscreen and you will spot additional elements that help improve aerodynamics. Interestingly, the Altroz name is written at the centre of the tailgate with the reversing camera sneaking in between.

Should it preen?

The Altroz’s wow quotient could have been a bit higher with a few tweaks. For instance, a shark-fin antenna would help. Also, some LED magic for the tail lamp would have been cool. Currently, the Altroz uses LEDs only for the DRLS that cradle the large fog lamps and also double up as cornering lamps; that too on the higher end XT and XZ variants only. More crucially, the generous helping of easy-to-scratch piano-black elements is a concern in our mercilessly dusty conditions. And yes, because of the obstinate forehead, the Altroz gets a slightly front-heavy look. In terms of overall proportions the wheelbase, 2501mm for the Tata compared to the i20’s 2570mm or Baleno’s 2520mm, is a bit short and exaggerates this sensation.

Well mannered?

Not unlike the Albatross, the Altroz is quite a gracious creature. To welcome occupants it throws its doors open 90 degrees to makes it easier to get in and out for older occupants. There is also a sense of solidity and sophistication in the way the doors open and shut with a satisfying “thwump”! The view from the cabin is wide and confidence-inspiring and that’s despite the A-pillars being a bit chunky. They have small little eyelets cut into them to help reduce visual mass, but these don’t really help improve visibility when peering into corners. The well-bolstered seats hold you well and the cushioning is firm if a bit flat for the seatback. The underthigh support could have also been better, but the height-adjustable driver's seat helps out on that front. However, reach adjustable steering, aside from rake, would have allowed taller occupants and boy racers to set up the right low-slung driving position for them.

In each segment Tata’s have offered uber generous levels of space and comfort, but there’s been a bit of a tradeoff here. The slinky stance seems to have compromised underthigh support to ensure adequate headroom. Also, the seat base length is pared back from typical Tata standards to make space for luggage. However, the rear seat occupants will enjoy their time here. Despite the narrowing window line, you don’t feel claustrophobic here as the windows stretch rearwards a fair bit. The wide cabin promises class-leading shoulder room and along with the nearly flat floor accommodating a third passenger in comfort will be no issue. However, the middle occupant doesn’t get any headrest at all. Also, the rear bench isn’t split, which means when you have large or extra luggage you will have to fold the entire second row. Such occasions should be rare as the Altroz’ 345-litre boot will allow you to pack a surprising amount of luggage as it is wide, deep and tall.

House proud?

The cabin invokes a few mixed reactions as the dash design seems a bit plain. The responsibility for this will have to be jointly shouldered by the dished out silver panel that extends onto the passenger-side if the dash, the 90’s layout, the design for the aircon switches, and the coarse leathery texture used for the lower half of the dash. Ergonomic gaffes, like the handbrake fouling with the armrest, come to attention too. Thankfully, none of these put you off but the Altroz won’t bowl you over with its newness or coolness factor. In terms of fit and finish, it’s a cliche, but it’s the best we have seen on a Tata till date. All the panels come together with greater consistency, but not perfectly. Thankfully, in typical Tata fashion, there is no shortage of storage space around the cabin, all four doors have practical storage spaces and the front doors even have umbrella holders.

Then there are bits that feel so right, like the well-damped power window switches and the flat-bottom steering wheel that is wrapped in premium leather. The rubberised finish for the steering boss transports you to a richer world too. The 7-inch colour MID in the instrument cluster is large showing you the rev-counter, trip info, power and torque readouts, music information and navigation information if you have an Android Auto or Apple CarPlay enabled device plugged into the infotainment system.

Safe and Sound?

The infotainment system on the top-end XZ variant packs a 7-inch HD touchscreen that comes paired with four speakers and two tweeters from JBL. The placement of the 7-inch touchscreen, when required, brings it into the driver’s eye line easily without being bothersome at other times. The graphics on the screen let you use quick peeks to get the desired information, for instance at the top right corner of the screen you get updates of changes to the air-con settings. The easy to reach physical buttons for the aircon, just ahead of the gear lever, make changing the settings on the go a breeze. You could use the on-screen menus easily as the system responds without a hint of lag now. However, the Altroz also packs voice commands so that you can change temperature or fan speed without getting your hands off the wheel, or your eyes off the road.

The Altroz also offers all the equipment you would expect in a car of this class, like reversing camera with bending guidelines, a fully automatic air-conditioner, automatic headlamps, cruise control, rain-sensing wipers, and a rear washer and wiper too. Safety equipment is par for the course with ISOFIX mounts for child seats, height-adjustable seatbelts for the front seats, ABS with EBD, and dual-Airbags on offer. We can expect a six-airbag version to be introduced at a later point.

Interestingly, Tata Motors will offer four different packs to add essential features to lower variants without needing to step up to the next variant. For instance, the Rhythm Pack adds a basic audio system on the XE and adds the 7-inch touchscreen, reversing camera and 6 speaker audio setup onto the XM. The Style pack on the XM, the Luxe on the XZ and the Urban pack for XZ variants, steps up the style quotient by adding LED DRLS, altering wheel sizes and wheel designs, roof colour and garnishes too.

Does it soar?

Albatross’ have been known to fly for 16000kms without landing, talk about not taking a break! To attempt a feat like that in the the Altroz, you will have to choose from the 1.5-litre diesel and the 1.2-litre petrol engine. The petrol is the naturally aspirated 3-cylinder engine from the Tigor. However, the engine has been reworked extensively to meet BS6 emission norms. Variable valve timing for intake and exhaust and an integrated exhaust manifold are some of the notable changes. For now, this engine is offered with a 5-speed manual gearbox only.

Just glide, the engine seems to suggest. It does so too; at speeds as low as 30kmph you can hold onto 4th gear without a hiccup. It will pull forward when asked in one steady and unhurried manner. At highway speeds, overtaking other vehicles requires downshifting one or two gears, which is when you realise that the engine doesn’t like being revved hard. The Altroz’s 1036kg kerb weight blunts its punch. However, our grouse isn't with its performance, its with the lack of refinement. The engine is clattery and loud, like a diesel, and the rumble persists even on a light throttle. The sloppy gearshifts detract from the experience further.

Thankfully, the 1.5-litre diesel feels a lot more enjoyable to drive. It has been detuned from the 110PS and 260Nm state of tune in the Nexon, to 90PS and 200Nm for the Altroz. The hatch also uses a 5-speed gearbox instead of the 6-speed unit on the compact-SUV. The torque peaks even lower in the rev range, which does wonders for the Altroz’s pace. It feels responsive right from 1500rpm and really starts to pull as you get close to 2000rpm. It is easy to drive at low speeds too thanks to the ultra-light clutch action. Thankfully, the gearshifts are much smoother on the diesel. We noted that even at 80kph the Altroz zooms ahead with just a tap of the accelerator. However, when making overtakes, revving engine past 4000rpm felt wasteful as it got loud and a bit rumbly.

Tata Motors hasn’t announced any fuel efficiency figures for the Altroz, but it is interesting to note that the petrol uses idle start-stop technology to save fuel. Also, there are no automatic transmissions on offer for now. Yes, believe it. Tata will offer a dual-clutch automatic on the Altroz, albeit at a later stage.

Unflappable as an Albatross?

It is true that Albatross can fly for hundreds of kilometres without flapping their wings. The Altroz has an “unflappable” quotient too, and that’s down to its chassis and suspension. The ALFA Arc platform has dangled the possibility of setting the best balance between comfort and confidence in this segment. Over poor surfaces the Altroz rapidly, yet quietly, keeps you from getting tossed around. The speed with which it settles down after hitting a ditch is impressive. Speaking of ditches, while the 165mm ground clearance is a bit lower than competition, the smaller wheelbase should help it clear obstacles just as easily.

The Altroz’s dynamics make it a great companion on your journeys. Less like a hummingbird and, unsurprisingly, more like an Albatross, the Tata tracks rock steady. Even when it’s thrown hard into a corner, the body remains flat and the tyres always seem to have more grip in reserve. If you intend to drive hard, keep in mind that the diesel wears slightly taller tyres, 185/60 R16 for the diesel versus 195/55 R16 for the petrol, which makes it a bit lazier than the petrol to steer.

Altroz or Albatross?

Tata’s Altroz has the potential to fly to the top of the segment. Head-turning design that also delivers family friendly cabin space is impressive. Quality improvements in terms of materials and finish, the better infotainment experience, and the long and healthy equipment list make this a very tempting Tata. Its planted attitude make it even more versatile and enjoyable. However, the lack of refinement in the petrol and the absence of automatic transmission options are disappointing. Also, while the in-cabin experience is acceptable, Tata needed to set new benchmarks considering this is an all-new and clean slate. Still, the right price tag could be just the wind the Altroz needs to set off on a long and legendary journey.

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Tata Altroz User Reviews

4.4 /5
195 reviews
  • Mileage
    4.2/5
  • Comfort
    4.5/5
  • Performance
    4.3/5
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    4.2/5
  • Safety
    4.7/5
  • Features & Styling
    4.6/5

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  • 4.0

    almost a good product , tata has its best product with this range. mileage is good , perfofance good

  • 4.7

    Nice driving comfortable.. Its not racing car. Highway comfort is 5 out 5 . feel gear shift is hard thats the minus point

  • 5.0

    Having owned the vehicle for last one month and after driving it for 1000 km, I can say I am delighted by this car. It always put a smile on my face. I am getting mileage of more than 20 on highways when I switch on eco mode with cruise control. Overall I have got mileage of 16 so far which is a very good mileage for a petrol car.I think its a really Gold Standard as its being advertised.Its not yet perfect though, the car is a bit lazy in first and second gears which is expected for a naturally aspirated engine. Some revving will be required to overcome the shortage of torque. If somebody is not aware this or want better low-end torque, better to go for the diesel variant or wait for the turbo variant.

  • 3.3

    Altroz is best in its segment altroz is not underpowered in1 st gear there is a lag but after that its good overall car is good for a family

  • 5.0

    Hero at every corner, be at safety or stylish or mileage. Dady of all cars as shown in its advertisement.

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  • 4.7

    Tata Altroz, The Gold Standard...Tata Altroz is the company's first venture in premium hatchback segment. This is safer and packed with features let's explore Ththis Gold Standard Car....×Design The design of the Tata Altroz doesnot resemble any car till now. Th e looks are given as a part of 'Impact 2.0' that is the design language followed by Tata Motors. From front the position of the fog lamps are seen a little above the regular placement. Even though the car gets projector headlights, they are not LEDs. The tripod stand like grill slots look appealing. This design is followed somewhere also.From the side we have certain elements to note. The piano black finish for the ORVMs and the positioning of turn indicators to the body are some of them. The rear door handle also have been moved to the C pillar. The 16 inch alloys looks well proportionate to the car.Towards the back side we can see the blacked taillights. Like I said above the rear end is also distinct with its cutting edges.Getting in is not a task at all. The doors open widely at 90° making it even easy for older people.The interior have a floating touch screen infotainment panel surrounded by an ambient light setup. Automatic AC controls below it and certain ports like the USB& AUX ports.The car have a semi-digital instrument cluster. Analog speedometer & digital tachometer and other informations. The seats are supportive and offer a good support. They also have a tripod base shaped arrangements on them. Both the front and rear seats have rear armrests. Also like the i20, this car also have rear AC vents. The boot is practical to have luggages for a family trip. You can also flip the back row seats fully to expand the luggage area. No 60:40 splitting is possible.×Driving and comfortThe car is powered by a 1.2 liter revotron petrol engine and a 1.5 liter revotorq diesel engine both are BS6 complaintand are mated to a 5 speed manual gear box no automatic till now but will be released in coming dates.The petrol motor gives 85hp and 113 nm, its a three cylinder engine. But despite being a 3 cylinder mill, the engine is punchy enough to pull the car due to its light weight This motor is seen in the nexon also. The diesel motor is a 4 cylinder one seen in the nexon. But it is detuned to 89hp and 200 nm this is the kingmaker 'the gold standard' as said by Tata. This is a punchy motor since the torque output is got from a very low RPM, this is peppy enough and enthusiastic to drive. On my drive I got a mileage of 16-18 kmpl for diesel.Both these engines have two driving options City& Eco. No sports mode, don't know why Tata avoided it. The mode selector is seen behind the gear lever. This mode. hanges the theme from blue to green.Top trim also gets cruise control setup.The suspension is good enough but you can feel the comfort when you glide over a pathole. Brilliant work by Tata engineers.×InfotainmentThe car is packed with Harman's 6 speaker system.The floating touch screen is easy to use compared to previous Tata cars. The sound quality is brilliant and is class leading. You can customize the theme colour as your wish.×Variants Altroz is available from base xe, xm, xt, xz& xz(o) . The car also packs with various options that includes factory fitted customisations they are Rhythm,Style,Luxe& Urban. These options are available on various levels.×Safety Tata means safety this car scored 5 stars in global NCAP being the second Indian car to scor it and the first car in its segment to score so. The company packs the car with 2 airbags ABS& EBD as standard. ×For whom is this car???If you want your family to travel in comfort& safe. Then you can choose this car. If you are an enthusiastic driver and all you need is a diesel hatchback then you may go for this car. Because this is the only car in its segment to offer a BS-6 complaint diesel engine.×Comparing with competitorsMaruti Baleno, Hyundai Elite i20, Honda Jazz, VW Polo are the main competetors.Comparing with them we see that Altroz is stronger than Baleno and its diesel engine is excellent, but coming to petrol baleno scores the more.The i20 is the feature rich car here it also have Hyundai's reliability and offers a 6th gear that its rivals misses. The 1.4litre CRDI diesel and 1.2litre petrol engines are also appreciable. Honda Jazz may be the car with lower specs. But the magic that honda does with its petrol mill is something that none can match with.VW Polo is the synonym of sportiness inthis segment its diesel engine having a nice performance too. But taking care of a VW car is a bit tasky. ×VerdictThe Tata Altroz is a car that a common man can buy it is sufficiently powerfull (diesei motor), and the best in safety. It also offers segment first features like floating screen& ambient lighting

  • 2.7

    Please don't go for TATA product. I have purchased altroz XM model, this doesn't come with remote key which is one of basic feature required to the cars. While booking we were given false assurance by Tata delealer that this car comes with remote key. Now if we go for aftermarket remote key product, car warrenty will lapse so, I am waiting for Tata accessories but not sure how long it takes. Regarding this I contacted Tata company and dealer, they are not sure when they will release this accecery. Also, now my car completed only 90kms and it started giving jerky motion (intermittently) in 2nd gear. Problem with brand new car!!!I purchased this car/brand to support make in India product but now I realized that I wasted my hard earned money.Guys think twice before investing your hard earned money on this brand.

  • 5.0

    Having owned the vehicle for last one month and after driving it for 1000 km, I can say I am delighted by this car. It always put a smile on my face. I am getting mileage of more than 20 on highways when I switch on eco mode with cruise control. Overall I have got mileage of 16 so far which is a very good mileage for a petrol car.I think its a really Gold Standard as its being advertised.Its not yet perfect though, the car is a bit lazy in first and second gears which is expected for a naturally aspirated engine. Some revving will be required to overcome the shortage of torque. If somebody is not aware this or want better low-end torque, better to go for the diesel variant or wait for the turbo variant.

  • 4.0

    Everything till now feels amazing. only one area where i cannot say the same is for the petrol engine. I've done just 500km till now. so haven't yet pushed the car (waiting to get past 1500km mark) hopefully it turns out to be a fun to drive engine. handling is on par with ford on this altroz so i really hope the engine compliments the handling once i start pushing it. average is around 14 ( shown in MID).interiors are really premium. the design,the feel (especially the steering wheel) the exterior design everything looks and feels amazing and really well put together.

  • 5.0

    Hello Guys. I am Sameer.Proud owner of TATA ALTROZ XT PETROL model.The car is fantastic, awasome, eye catchy. looks sexy, I drove the car occasionally. My ALTROZ gives me comfortable riding, and one think I want to tell you when you seat in the car you feel safe and relax. you do not have to modify the car.. XT MODEL is worth the 💰.Go for it... Don't buy Baleno, IGNIS, i20, Go for it... because you r buying ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ safety car.. LIFE IS IMPORTANT THAN MILEAGE..

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What is the price of Tata Altroz Top Variant?

The ex-showroom price of top variant of Tata Altroz is 8.95 Lakh (Delhi).

What is the EMI of Tata Altroz in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Tata Altroz in Delhi is Rs. 10,523 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.

What are the top competitors of Tata Altroz?

The top 3 competitors of Tata Altroz are Kia Sonet, Maruti Baleno and Tata Tiago.

What is the boot space in Tata Altroz?

The boot space in Tata Altroz is 345 L. View full specification of Altroz

What is the ground clearance of Tata Altroz?

The ground clearance of Tata Altroz is 165mm.

What are the best financing options for Tata Altroz?

New car loan - get upto 100% loan on your car! Loan against car - your old car will pay for your new car!

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