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Tata Altroz

Tata Altroz is a 5 seater hatchback car with diesel & petrol/CNG engines. Tata Altroz is priced from Rs. 6.64 Lakh to Rs. 10.79 Lakh. It is available in 6 colours and 32 variants. Altroz is a fuel efficient car and it's ARAI diesel mileage is 23.64 kmpl while the petrol mileage is 19.33 kmpl, moreover Altroz CNG mileage is 26.2 km/kg. The car is offered with 1.5 liter diesel & 1.2 liter petrol engines. Altroz is mostly compared with Hyundai i20, Maruti Baleno and Maruti FRONX based on price and specs.

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  • Ex-ShowroomRs. 6.64 Lakh
  • RTORs. 59,841
  • InsuranceRs. 36,539
  • On-RoadRs. 7.61 Lakh
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Tata Altroz Specifications

Key Specifications Top Features
  • Engine1199 - 1497 CC
  • Power88.77bhp@4000rpm
  • Torque200Nm@1250-3000rpm
  • TransmissionManual / Automatic
  • Mileage18.05 - 23.64 Kmpl
  • Fuel TypePetrol / CNG / Diesel
  • Boot Space(Ltrs)345 Liters
  • AirbagsDriver and Passenger
  • Length3990*1755*1523 mm^3
  • Safety Rating5 Star

Tata Altroz Latest Updates

The Tata Altroz, the flagship hatchback in the Indian carmaker’s lineup, slots in the premium hatchback segment. Starting at a price of Rs 6.60 lakh (ex-showroom), the Tata Altroz offers versatility with multiple powertrain options and comes in nine distinct variants. In a recent update, Tata has enhanced the standard version of the Altroz by incorporating features previously exclusive to the Altroz CNG variant. These additions comprise sought-after amenities like a sunroof, wireless phone charger, and an air purifier.

Features of Tata Altroz : The Tata Altroz boasts an impressive array of features including a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system that supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, automatic climate control, connected car tech, sunroof, wireless phone charger, Harman sound system, a rear 12V power outlet, and height-adjustable driver's seat. Safety remains paramount with features such as auto headlamps, rain-sensing wipers, dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, electronic stability control, and rear parking sensors complemented by a rear camera, providing peace of mind for both the driver and passengers. Safety features consist of auto headlamps, rain-sensing wipers, dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, electronic stability control, and rear parking sensors with a rear camera.

Tata Altroz Engine : The Tata Altroz offers a range of engine options to cater to diverse driving preferences. You can choose from three powertrains: a 1.2-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine generating 88 PS of power and 113 Nm of torque, a punchier 1.2-litre turbo-petrol engine delivering 110 PS of power and 140 Nm of torque, or a robust 1.5-litre diesel engine with 90 PS of power and 200 Nm of torque. Each engine variant is paired with a standard 5-speed manual gearbox. For added convenience, the non-turbocharged petrol engine also provides the option of a 6-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. Meanwhile, the CNG variant, powered by the 1.2-litre naturally aspirated engine, is paired with a 5-speed manual transmission, offering a respectable output of 73.5PS of power and 103 Nm of torque in CNG mode. In terms of dimensions, the Tata Altroz measures 3990 mm in length, 1755mm in width, and 1523 mm in height, with a wheelbase of 2501mm, providing ample space for passengers and cargo. When it comes to fuel efficiency, the Altroz boasts impressive mileage figures. The 1.2-litre naturally aspirated engine achieves a claimed mileage of 19.33kmpl, while the turbocharged petrol engine offers 18.5kmpl. The diesel engine variant leads the pack with a claimed mileage of 23.64kmpl. Notably, the CNG variant excels in fuel efficiency, delivering an impressive 26.2 kilometres per kilogram.

Tata Altroz Rivals : The Tata Altroz competes with rivals such as the Hyundai i20, Maruti Suzuki Baleno, and Toyota Glanza.

Tata Altroz Variants : Tata offers the Altroz in a variety of trims to suit different preferences. The range includes nine broad trims: XE, XM, XM(S), XM+, XM+(S), XT, XZ, XZ+(S), and XZ+O(S). Additionally, the CNG kit is available in six trims: XE, XM+, XM+(S), XZ, XZ+(S), and XZ+O(S). When it comes to color options, it provides six choices: Opera Blue, Harbour Blue, High Street Gold, Arcade Grey, Downtown Red, and Avenue White. For those looking for a distinctive style, the Dark Edition, limited to the XZ+ trim, is available in Cosmo Black.

Tata Altroz Price

Tata Altroz base model ex-showroom price starts from Rs. 6.64 Lakh and the top model ex-showroom price goes upto Rs. 10.79 Lakh. Price of Altroz diesel starts at Rs. 8.89 Lakh . Moreover the price of Altroz automatic in petrol starts at Rs. 8.59 Lakh onwards.
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Altroz XE

19.33 Kmpl . Petrol . Manual
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Altroz XM

19.05 Kmpl . Petrol . Manual
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Altroz XM S

19.05 Kmpl . Petrol . Manual
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Tata Altroz Pros and Cons

Altroz Advantages

Ample space for four six-footers and their luggage gives you a big car feel, Safety. Proven 5 Star rating at Global NCAP, Choice of petrol/CNG/diesel — lets you pick the basis of your needs.

Altroz Disadvantages

Engine refinement is not particularly great. Hampers the drive experience, Infotainment experience now feels outdated.

Altroz Expert's Conclusion

The Altroz scores high on several counts. It has a great design, is spacious, well-built and is proven to be safe. There are no real misses in terms of features, but a richer infotainment experience will make it even better.

Tata Altroz Expert Review

The Tata Altroz is a premium hatchback priced in the Rs 6.5 lakh to Rs 11 lakh price bracket. Based on Tata’s new AlfaARC platform (that is also found in the Tata Punch), the Altroz should be considered if you want a well-built, spacious hatchback. 


Given its price, the Tata Altroz competes against rivals such as the Maruti Suzuki Baleno, Toyota Glanza, and the Hyundai i20. For a similar price you could also choose to look at vehicles with an SUV-like body style such as the Tata Punch, Renault Kiger and the Nissan Magnite.

The Tata Altroz first made its debut in 2019. Since then, Tata has added an automatic version (DCA) and a CNG version. Let’s take a look at what the Altroz has to offer.


Tata’s Altroz will make everyone notice — that’s for sure. The design is modern, sporty and has quite a few interesting details that will have you appreciate it. From the front, the Altroz looks confident and powerful. The width of the car is evident and the large projector headlamps with the connecting grille add to the feeling. A wide band of chrome underlines the headlights and the grille. The bumper gets a clean design, with foglamps and daytime running lamps (DRLs) integrated neatly into one unit. 

From the side, you will notice that the roofline drops down a little towards the rear. The highlight here is the large garnish below the windows, finished in gloss black. You will also like the design of the 16” alloy wheels and the muscle in the fenders. Do note that the base model of the Altroz gets small 14” steel wheels. 

Interestingly, Tata Motors has placed a tiny side indicator on the front quarter panel. All its rivals have indicators mounted on the side mirrors itself. Another neat detail at the side is the hidden door handle, placed near the rear window instead of the door. This helps give the Altroz a clean side look. 

The rear is dominated by a large gloss black panel that connects the tail lamps. It makes the windscreen look larger than it really is, adding to sense of size. There’s prominent ‘A L T R O Z’ branding on the boot as well. If you pick the Turbo, CNG or automatic versions, you will additionally see i-Turbo, i-CNG or DCA badging here.


First and foremost, all doors of the Altroz open 90°. This will be helpful for those with elders in the family and also for those who might be using a wheelchair. The height of the seats from the floor is neutral and will not require much effort to get into/out of. 

Once seated it’s the design of the dashboard and the quality of materials that will impress. The dashboard has multiple ‘layers’ finished in different colours such as grey, off-white and black that give it a premium look. Tata has used a nice texture for the dashboard and door pads. Even though everything you touch is made up of hard plastic, there’s a nice feel to it. The flat-bottom steering wheel, the twin displays and the cool blue ambient lighting all work together to give the Altroz’ cabin an upmarket feel. 

The front seats are supportive, and even those with heavy builds will be comfortable here. However, the cushioning is a bit soft, which might not be to everyone’s liking. Also, the steering adjusts only for tilt and not for reach. Another issue is that the pedals and the steering wheel are not in an exact straight line, forcing you to have a slightly crooked driving position. 

The interior is very practical, though: offering plenty of storage options. You'll find umbrella and bottle holders in the doors, two cup holders, a center storage area, a front sliding armrest with storage, and a spacious 15-liter cooled glove box.

Talking about the rear seats, space is ample even for six footers. Only those who are taller will feel a slight issue with headroom. There’s enough footroom under the front seats for you to comfortably place your feat. The Altroz’s width means seating three people in the rear is not a big issue. If you choose to have two occupants, you can use the central armrest. 

Occupants get rear AC vents and a 12V accessory socket. However, the quality of the plastic used for the AC vent controls isn't quite good. Additionally, it would have been better if there was a USB port in the rear.

Boot Space

The Altroz has one of the largest boot in its class, measuring 345 liters. The storage area is spacious and can accommodate large suitcases comfortably. However, there is no 60:40 split for the rear seats, so you'll need to sacrifice the rear seats for extra storage. Nevertheless, when you fold down the seats, you get a generous 665 liters of space, which is quite impressive.


From a features standpoint, there’s not a lot missing in the Altroz. The top-spec version of the Altroz gets a long list of convenience and feel-good items, including: 

Keyless Entry

Push-Button Start Stop

Leather-wrapped Steering Wheel

Leatherette Seat Upholstery

Automatic Climate Control

Mood Lighting

Cruise Control

Wireless Charger

Automatic Headlamps

Rain-sensing Wipers

Tata Motors offers a 7” touchscreen that offers Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The screen now feels outdated and small, and the interface does not feel modern. However, the 8-speaker music system paired with this screen is fantastic. If you enjoy listening to music, the Altroz will not disappoint. 

There’s another 7” screen in the instrument cluster. While the implementation is neat, the fonts and warnings are a little small to be read on the move. The screen clarity here could’ve been better. You will feel this especially after experiencing the new 10.25” displays that are available in the new Nexon/Harrier. 


When it comes to safety features, the Altroz comes with dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, cornering stability control, ISOFIX child seat mounts, and rear parking sensors as standard. Additionally, the car feels sturdy and well-constructed, similar to recent Tata vehicles.

The Altroz received a full five star rating from GlobalNCAP. Do note that the car was tested under the old protocol. Going forward, we hope to see Tata Motors offering 6 airbags as standard for the Altroz as well.


Tata Motors offers a choice of a 1.2-litre petrol, a 1.2-litre turbo petrol and a 1.5-litre diesel engine. The non-turbo engine is available with a 5-speed manual and a 6-speed dual-clutch automatic, whereas the the turbo petrol is available with only the 5-speed manual. Interestingly, the Altroz is the only diesel hatchback you can buy in the segment, and is available with a 5-speed manual. The non-turbo engine is also offered with a CNG option in select variants. Let’s take a look at the performance

1.2-litre Petrol

Like most three-cylinder engines, this engine feels a bit rough and noisy. Both Maruti/Toyota and Hyundai offer four-cylinder engines that are much better when it comes to refinement. That said, the power delivery is consistent and smooth. This is great for city driving because it provides easy and gradual acceleration, without making the driver feel overwhelmed. It's well-suited for navigating through stop-and-go traffic.

On the downside, there's a noticeable lack of power and excitement. The engine is slow to respond and doesn't provide a sporty feel, especially when driving on highways. To overtake or find gaps in traffic, you'll often need to downshift a couple of gears. If you foresee a lot of highway usage, it would be better to pick either the turbo-petrol or the diesel engine. 


The CNG version has lesser power and torque compared to the petrol version. To our relief, the significant difference in the numbers on paper doesn't result in a major difference in performance. If you primarily drive within the city, you'll appreciate the cost savings of using CNG. 

Accelerating to speeds above 100 km/h feels very slow, and even when you're in fourth or fifth gear, acceleration from these speeds isn't particularly fast. Passing other vehicles will require careful planning, and at times, it's better to switch to petrol to get the job done. When faced with steep uphill roads, you'll often need to downshift to first gear unless you have enough momentum. In these situations, using the petrol power is a better choice. These challenges become even more pronounced when you have a full load of passengers and a full trunk.

DCA (Altroz Automatic)

The automatic provides a smooth and responsive driving experience, especially for city commuting. When you release the brakes, the initial acceleration is smooth and seamless. The Dual-Clutch Transmission (DCT) offers quick gear changes, and the gear shifts are jerk-free. When you drive calmly in traffic, the gearbox quickly shifts to higher gears, and you might not even notice it happening. When you need a bit more speed, downshifts happen promptly.

Tata has done well to tune the shift logic. It can tell when you're cruising in a relaxed manner and will upshift early to maintain a smooth drive. It also recognizes situations where you're overtaking or driving uphill, so it keeps you in a lower gear for better acceleration. You can manually control the shifts if you want, but in everyday driving, you won't often find a need to do so. Tata claims an efficiency of 18.18 kmpl with the automatic, which is about 1 kmpl less than the manual. However, the convenience and smoothness of the automatic transmission make this trade-off worthwhile.

1.5-litre Diesel

Tata Motors is using the same 1.5-litre diesel engine from the Nexon, in the Altroz. However, there’s a difference in the power output and the gearbox. As you would expect, the diesel engine makes a lot of sound and you can feel vibrations as well. 

From a city driving point of view, it’s fairly easy to manage. The clutch is light and there’s enough torque to make in-city commutes and overtaking very easy. We wish the gear shifts were slightly better though. On the highway, the engine remains calm and composed at 100kmph, under 2000rpm. 

An upside of this engine is its fuel efficiency. If usage is very high and frequently on the highways, we would recommend the diesel Altroz. Else, it’s better to stick to petrol. 

Ride and Handling

The ALFA Arc platform used in this car shines when it comes to handling and ride quality, providing a nice balance of both. It remains stable while taking corners, and offers appreciable body control. 

Even though the suspension is set on the firmer side, it handles minor road imperfections on smoother roads with not much movement. Broken roads too are dealt with comfortably and the large ground clearance means you don’t have to worry about scraping the car anywhere either. 

High speed stability is acceptable and you should have no problems covering long distances in the Altroz. 


The Altroz scores high on several counts. It has a great design, is spacious, well-built and is proven to be safe. There are no real misses in terms of features, but a richer infotainment experience will make it even better. Tata is also offering a wide range of engine/gearbox/fuel options, letting you choose an Altroz based on your requirements.

Tata Altroz User Reviews

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  • Hitting the Road with the Tata Altroz

    My Stylish Hatchback Since buying the Tata Altroz last year it has been a bittersweet relationship. The car definitely stands out with its sleek design and the 5 star Global NCAP safety rating was a major selling point for me ensuring that my family and I feel secure on the road. Fuel efficiency is another area where I wish there could be improvements I get about 17-18 kmpl which is lower than I did like.Despite these issues the Tata Altroz remains a stylish,safe and overall solid choice for anyone looking at premium hatchbacks.

  • Its a amazing experience

    Its a amazing experience comfortable seat and mileage is good and the body of the is amazing

  • Tata Altroz - perfect size family car

    I Bought Tata Altroz at price of 7 lakhs because this is my favourite 5 seater Hatchback car. My Overall experience with This car is very excellent on both highways and city. The Features, specifications and used adavanced technology are Very good at this price Range.

  • A Stylish Hatchback with Room for Improvement

    Driving the Tata Altroz has mostly been a joy. It is stylish, drives well and the cabin feels premium with its well thoughtout layout. However the Altroz is not without its shortcomings. The petrol engine variants feel underpowered when compared to the diesel one making the drive a bit slow. And while the car is pretty well equipped I have found the fuel efficiency around 18-20 kmpl which is a little lower than what I expected. Also the rear seating could have been more comfortable offering better thigh support.

  • best quality drives

    An amazing five seater model, the Tata Altroz comes with many options. The price is quite affordable i feel. It is quite versatile and has been built practically. The interior is extremely comfortable imparting a home like experience to its passengers. The specifications are nice and it is well equipped with modern technology and designing which really turns head on the road. I really like the kind of rides that it provides.

  • A Stylish Hatchback with Room for Improvement

    Driving the Tata Altroz has mostly been a joy. It is stylish, drives well and the cabin feels premium with its well thoughtout layout. However the Altroz is not without its shortcomings. The petrol engine variants feel underpowered when compared to the diesel one making the drive a bit slow. And while the car is pretty well equipped I have found the fuel efficiency around 18-20 kmpl which is a little lower than what I expected. Also the rear seating could have been more comfortable offering better thigh support.

  • Initially it was a tough

    Initially it was a tough car to drive as it has 3 cylinders but after a couple of service the car got smooth to drive.The pickup isn\'t the best due to the missing 4th cylinder.Mileage is okay in city at around 12kmpl and around 17kmpl in highways.Service cost is around 10k per annum which is decent but definitely recommended.

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Ex-Showroom Price Rs.6.64 Lakh* Rs. 6.12 Lakh* Rs. 6.66 Lakh* Rs. 6.49 Lakh* Rs. 5.64 Lakh* Rs. 7.51 Lakh* Rs. 6.29 Lakh* Rs. 7.04 Lakh* Rs. 6.56 Lakh*
User Rating 4.2 (157 reviews) 4.4 (496 reviews) 4.2 (353 reviews) 4.5 (127 reviews) 4.3 (634 reviews) 4.4 (233 reviews) 4.3 (263 reviews) 4.1 (107 reviews) 4.0 (590 reviews)
Engine 1199 - 1497 CC 1199 CC 1197 CC 1197 CC 1199 CC 998 - 1197 CC 1199 CC 1197 CC 1197 CC
Fuel Type Petrol / Diesel / CNG Petrol / CNG Petrol / CNG Petrol Petrol / CNG Petrol / CNG Petrol / CNG Petrol Petrol / CNG
Transmission Manual / Automatic Manual / Automatic Automatic / Manual Automatic / Manual Manual / Automatic Manual / Automatic Manual / Automatic Manual / Automatic Manual / Automatic
Mileage 18.05 - 23.64 Kmpl 18.8 Kmpl - 26.99 Km/Kg 22.35 Kmpl - 30.61 Km/Kg 24.8 - 25.75 Kmpl 19 Kmpl - 28.06 Km/Kg 20.01 Kmpl - 28.51 Km/Kg 19.28 Kmpl - 28.06 Km/Kg 16 - 20 Kmpl 22.41 Kmpl - 31.12 Km/Kg
Power 86.83bhp@6000rpm 86.63bhp@6000rpm 88.50bhp@6000rpm 80.46bhp@5700rpm 72.41bhp@6000rpm 98.69bhp@5500rpm 72.41bhp@6000rpm 86.76bhp@6000rpm 88.50bhp@6000rpm

Tata Altroz Colours

Tata Altroz car is available in 6 exciting colours options like High Street Gold, Avenue White, Downtown Red, Arcade Grey, Harbour Blue and Opera Blue.
  • High Street Gold
  • Avenue White
  • Downtown Red
  • Arcade Grey
  • Harbour Blue
  • Opera Blue

Tata Altroz Mileage

The mileage of Tata Altroz starts from 18.5 Kmpl to 26.2 Km/Kg. The claimed ARAI mileage of Altroz Petrol Manual is 19.33 Kmpl and for the Altroz Diesel Manual is 23.64 Kmpl. In Automatic the claimed ARAI mileage of Altroz Petrol is 18.5 Kmpl. In CNG the claimed ARAI mileage of Altroz Manual is 26.2 Km/Kg.
Fuel Type Transmission ARAI Claimed User Reported
CNG Manual 26.2 Km/Kg NA
Diesel Manual 23.64 Kmpl NA
Petrol Automatic 18.5 Kmpl NA
Petrol Manual 19.33 Kmpl 19 Kmpl

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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Altroz

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Q. What is the charging time of Tata Altroz?
  • The Tata Altroz is not an electric car. The Tata Altroz has 1 Diesel Engine, 1 Petrol Engine and 1 CNG Engine on offer. The Diesel engine is 1497 cc, the Petrol engine is 1199 cc while the CNG engine is 1199 cc .
Q. What is the Transmission Type of Tata Altroz?
  • The Tata Altroz is available in Manual and Automatic transmission options.
Q. What is the transmission type of Tata Altroz?
  • The Tata Altroz is available in Manual and Automatic transmission options.
Q. What is the lenght of Tata Altroz?
  • Tata Altroz has a dimensions of 3990 mm in length.
  • Tata Altroz is 3990 mm in length.
Q. What is the ARAI Mileage of Tata Altroz?
  • The Tata Altroz mileage is 18.05 kmpl to 26.2 kmpl.
Q. What is the top speed of Tata Altroz?
  • The top speed of Tata Altroz is 165

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Tata Altroz FAQs

What is the price of top model of Tata Altroz?

The ex-showroom price of top variant of Tata Altroz is 10.79 Lakh (Delhi).

What is the EMI of Tata Altroz in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Tata Altroz in Delhi is Rs. 12,862 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 Tata Punch, Maruti Baleno and Maruti Swift.

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 165 mm.

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