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  • Q. I am confused between buying an Aura diesel automatic or TATA Altroz Diesel,all the reviews in you tube tell us that it is a slow car good for the city but not particularly good on the highway, I do travel a lot also I have a house in mussorie, will it climb hills?

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 5 months ago

    As per your requirements, you may opt for the Tata Altroz. The 1.5-liter 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 max power is 88.77bhp@4000rpm. 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 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 to thanks to the ultra-light clutch action. Thankfully, the gearshifts are much smoother on the diesel. 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. For a better understanding of compatibility and driving comfort, we would suggest you to take a test drive. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership.

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    Aneil
    Aneil | 5 months ago

    @ Zigwheels | As per your requirements, you may opt for the Tata Altroz. The 1.5-liter 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 max power is 88.77bhp@4000rpm. 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 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 to thanks to the ultra-light clutch action. Thankfully, the gearshifts are much smoother on the diesel. 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. For a better understanding of compatibility and driving comfort, we would suggest you to take a test drive. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership.

    You mean to Aura diesel automatic will have problems climbing hills? I do like the looks of the Aura compared to other cars in this price range.

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