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Tata Punch

The Tata Punch is a SUV car with a seating capacity of five people. It is available in India at a price range of Rs. 5.99 Lakh to 10.09 Lakh . There are 33 different variants of the Punch and it comes in eight different colours. Tata Punch is offered with petrol engine only with CNG option. The boot space of the Punch is 366 litres while it's ground clearance is 187 mm. The petrol engine has a displacement of 1199cc and produces 86.63bhp of power and a torque of 115nm while on CNG it produces 86.63bhp@6000rpm of power and a torque of 115nm@3150-3350rpm. The Punch is available with both manual and automatic transmission options. The mileage of Punch varies from 18.8 Kmpl on petrol to 26.99km/kg on cng.
Rs. 5.99 - 10.09 Lakh (Showroom Price in Delhi)
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Tata Punch Specifications

Engine 1199 CC Mileage 18.8 Kmpl - 26.99 Km/Kg Transmission Manual / Automatic
Fuel Type Petrol / CNG Max Power 86.63bhp@6000rpm Seating Capacity 5
Body Type SUV

Tata Punch Features

  • Airbags (Driver and Passenger)
  • Adjustable Front Passenger Seat
  • ABS
  • AC
  • Central Locking
  • Power Steering
  • Max Torque (115Nm@3250+/-100rpm)
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Tata Punch Car Latest Updates

Tata has launched the Punch CNG at prices starting from Rs 7.1 lakh (ex-showroom). The CNG kit is available on five variants, which carry a premium of up to Rs 1.61 lakh over the standard variants. With the CNG trims, Tata has also introduced features such as a sunroof, Type-C USB charger, front armrest, and a shark fin antenna to the Punch’s list.

As first seen in the Altroz CNG, the Punch CNG too gets a twin-cylinder technology, which liberates extra boot space.

Tata Punch Engine

The Tata Punch gets the carmaker’s 1.2-litre petrol engine putting out 86PS and 113Nm. This engine has been revised to meet RDE (real driving emissions) norms and can even run on E20 fuel (with 20 percent ethanol). The SUV gets the choice of either a 5-speed manual or an AMT. The CNG kit is paired to the 1.2-litre petrol mill and puts out 73.4PS and 103Nm in CNG mode. In terms of fuel efficiency, the manual variant returns 20.09kmpl, while the AMT delivers 18.8kmpl. In terms of dimensions, the Tata Punch SUV is 3,827mm long, 1,742mm wide, and 1,615mm tall. The model stands on a 2,445mm wheelbase and has a ground clearance of 187mm.

Tata Punch Variants

Tata offers the Punch SUV in four broad trims: Pure, Adventure, Accomplished, and Creative.

The CNG kit is available in five variants: Pure, Adventure, Adventure Rhythm, Accomplished, and Accomplished Dazzle S.

In terms of colour choices, there are nine options to choose from: Tornado Blue, Calypso Red, Meteor Bronze, Atomic Orange, Tropical Mist, Foliage Green, Grassland Beige, Daytona Grey, and Orcus White.

Do note that the Grassland Beige and Foliage Green colours are part of the special editions, namely the Kaziranga Edition and Camo Edition, respectively.

Key Features of Tata Punch

The Tata Punch gets a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system, with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, connected car tech, automatic climate control, a Harman sound system, a semi-digital instrument cluster, cruise control and keyless entry with push-button start. New features include a sunroof, Type-C USB charger, front armrest and a shark fin antenna. Passenger safety is reinforced with dual airbags, ABS with EBD and rear parking sensors with a parking camera. Topping up the cake is the Punch's reassuring performance in the Global NCAP safety tests with a full 5-star rating.

Tata Punch Competitors

The Tata Punch rivals the Hyundai Exter, Mahindra KUV100 NXT and Maruti Suzuki Ignis. It’s also an alternative to similarly priced cars like the Maruti Suzuki Swift, Hyundai Grand i10 Nios, Nissan Magnite, and Renault Kiger.

Tata Punch Monthly Sales

11,125 Unit sold in May 2023

Tata Punch NCAP Rating

Tata Punch has got 5 star rating for adult occupant protection and 4 stars for child occupant protection in Global NCAP.
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Tata Punch Price

The price of Tata Punch in India starts from Rs. 5.99 Lakh while the Punch top model price goes upto Rs. 10.09 Lakh. Punch comes in 33 variants with 8 colour options. while the Punch petrol top model is priced at Rs. 10.09 Lakh. The prices of Punch CNG models start at Rs. 7.09 Lakh and the top CNG model is priced at Rs. 9.67 Lakh. Punch automatic model price starts from Rs. 7.49 Lakh and is available in 12 options.

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Punch Pure

20.09 Kmpl . Petrol . Manual
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20.09 Kmpl . Petrol . Manual
Rs. 6.34 Lakh
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1199 cc . Petrol . Manual
Rs. 6.89 Lakh
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Tata Punch Pros and Cons

  • Punch Advantages

    The Punch is a good mix of a hatchback and an SUV. Impressive cabin quality, clever customization options make it even more appealing. It also focuses on useful features. Reveived a 5-star Global NCAP safety rating.

  • Punch Disadvantages

    No diesel engine option. The 1.2L engine lacks the punch for ease of use on highway or when fully loaded.

  • Expert's Conclusion

    The Punch is an ideal city-friendly hatchback for those looking for something more rugged and versatile than run-of-the-mill.

Tata Punch Expert Review

The Punch is Tata’s flank attack on hatchbacks like the Maruti Suzuki Swift and Hyundai’s Grand i10 Nios. Built on Tata’s modern ALFA-ARC platform, the Nexon’s younger sibling could potentially combine the practicality and appeal of an SUV with the sophistication and ease of a modern hatch. It’s a simple idea with lots of promise, but does the Punch deliver? 
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The Punch is immediately recognisable as a Tata. Like spotting one of the Kapoors of Bollywood, you get flashes that remind you of others within the family. The face has a strong connection to the Harrier, especially because of the LED DRLs and headlamp layout. The gloss black grille with tri-arrow cutouts for the horn remind us of the Nexon. 

Tata Punch First Drive

The Punch looks chunky too, as these elements are worn on a face that feels appropriately boxy and upright thanks to the stubby nose, flat hood and upright A-pillars. It is sizable too; almost as long as the Swift, with a wheelbase that’s smaller by just a few millimeters, and an overall height that is more than the Nexon! The Maruti Ignis and the Mahindra KUV100 can expect to be stared down by the Punch, hard. 

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This SUV positioning is further underlined with cornering fog lamps to accompany the projector headlamps, ready-to-bash-through-shrubs plastics for the front and rear bumpers, and chunky body cladding down the sides. At the rear, handsome tail lamps stretch onto the quarter panel and the LED elements give them a premium look. It is from the rear three-quarters angle that the Punch’s stance doesn’t quite seem to flow as the square front flows into the tapered rear. But you’ll be able to look past it fairly quickly. 

Tata Punch First Drive

Space & Practicality

The Punch’s potency is evident even when you start examining it from the wrong end. Its claimed 366 litres of luggage space is generous, especially since the boot is large and rectangular and will take in large suitcases too. However, the high boot lip will require a bit of effort for loading heavy bags and the lack of a 60:40 split second row cuts down on flexibility when it comes to storing more, or larger, pieces of luggage. Interestingly, a full size spare wheel sits under the boot floor. Tata is also providing a puncture repair kit to cut down the hassle. 

Tata Punch First Drive

Getting into the second row is no hassle either as the doors open 90 degrees and the high roofline makes it easy to step in without crouching. Once sat, the welcoming nature of the backseat is obvious. There is lots of room even for six-footers, and the seats, although a bit soft, are supportive too. The large glass area and the low window line makes the cabin feel airy and apt for long journeys. 

Tata Punch First Drive

While the flat floor adds to the flexibility, it won't really help in sitting three abreast because of the space constraint. Also, there is no headrest for the middle occupant and the seatbelt is a lap belt as well. In terms of equipment the rear occupants get an armrest, but cupholders and power sockets are shared as they are placed on the console between the front seats.

Tata Punch First Drive

The driver’s seat gets height adjustment only in the top two variants; however, it provides a wide range of adjustment to accommodate both short and tall passengers. Tilt adjustment steering is standard to help you find the right seating position, but the slightly offset steering wheel is something that you will need to get used to. 

Tata Punch First Drive


Take a moment when you get in the front seats of the Punch. Look around and feel the different plastics, then you’ll know that this Tata has nailed the details not just in design and practicality, but also the feel-good factor. The tri-arrow motif fades away from the left to the right on the white crashpad on the dash. Beautiful! The textures used on the upper portion of the dash are handsome too. The controls feel great to use - the hazard switch is well damped, as are the aircon vents and the stalks! It’s the sense of enduring quality you can only feel. 

Tata Punch First Drive

The Punch isn't shouty by nature, using leatherette trim sparingly - on the steering wheel and the gear knob only. The seats make do with fabric covers, albeit with a youthful pattern. The driver’s instrument cluster gets a 7” digital display and an analogue speedo, a unit we have seen on the Altroz too. It packs familiar screens, like power and torque readouts or the trip readings. The touchscreen for the infotainment doesn't feel very avant garde either; at 7” it’s a touch small and the resolution doesn’t look rich either. On the upside the Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity worked smoothly and the four-speaker, two-tweeter combination for the sound system provided a full and clear sound experience. 

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The variants are named as Pure, Adventure, Accomplished and Creative, keeping the buyers’ personas in mind. The cooler part is the add-on packs that make every variant quite potent. The Rhythm Pack adds a four-speaker music system to the base Pure variant; whereas the Adventure adds the 7” infotainment system, two tweeters and a reversing camera. The Dazzle pack for the Accomplished variant brings 16” diamond-cut alloys, LED DRLs,

Tata Punch First Drive

projector headlamps and a blacked out A-pillar to give it the bling look. The top spec Creative variant gets the iRA connected car system too as an iRA Pack.

Tata Punch First Drive

But the top spec variant has some handy features like rain sensing wipers, auto headlamps, rear wash and wiper, auto-folding ORVMs and a cooled glovebox too which make it worth reaching out for. 

Tata Punch First Drive

In terms of safety equipment the Tata packs dual airbags, ABS with EBD and cornering safety control, and an added feature to keep the Punch stable while braking, as standard. Of course there’s reverse parking sensors, and ISOFIX anchor points for child seats. 

Tata Punch First Drive

Engines & Performance

The Punch’s naturally aspirated 1.2 litre three-cylinder petrol engine looked set to be the chink in this Tata’s armour, because when we sampled in the Tata Altroz the engine’s lack of refinement and inconsistent power delivery made it rather disappointing. 

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83 @ 6000

90 @ 6000

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113 @ 3300

113 @ 3300

113 @ 4200

113 @4400


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Tata Punch First Drive

In terms of numbers, the 86Ps of power and 113Nm of torque is unchanged from the Altroz, but  driving the Punch turned out to be very different. Smooth feeling and reasonably responsive too, and that’s with only updates to the software. Air flow to the engine has been improved as the higher hood height allows for the air intake to be positioned higher and closer to the engine, which along with shorter gearing improves responsiveness. Keep in mind, the Punch weighs about the same as the Altroz. 

Tata Punch First Drive

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Tata Punch First Drive

But performance isn’t exactly punchy; it is adequate for a calm city commuter, and will cruise comfortably at triple digit speeds too. However, a change of pace will require patience or effort. For weekend trips, when climbing up to a hill station the need for more punch will be felt. The more powerful turbocharged version that was introduced later in the Altroz hasn’t been introduced in the Punch yet. If we were to recommend a variant of the Punch it would be the AMT. While it is slower in terms of acceleration, the shifts are unhurried and smooth, cutting the hassle while commuting by making the most of the drivability that the engine has to offer. On the highway you will prefer manual control when you need to pick up the pace. 

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Ride Quality

Sitting in the Punch you do get the sense of sitting higher up than hatches, and the large glass area gives you a good view out of the cabin too. As expected of an urban SUV the Punch doesn’t feel unruly or unmanageable. All the controls like steering, clutch, brake and gearshifts are smooth and well weighted, making it feel reassuring and easy to drive. The suspension tackles poor road surfaces such that it is hard to fault. Body roll is well controlled and it feels composed at high speeds, which bodes well for longer journeys in the Punch. 

Tata Punch First Drive

Tata even shared figures like approach, departure and ramp-over angles (20.3, 37.6 and 22.2 degrees, respectively), which we could test on a track. Its 370mm of wading depth and 190mm of ground clearance (unaden, 165mm fully loaded) were also challenged here. The Traction Pro mode, which requires the driver to press the brake and accelerator when prompted, works like an electronic differential lock by transferring the torque from a spinning wheel to the one with traction, thus pulling through slippery conditions. The track, although designed for the Punch, did help instil a sense of confidence in its abilities. 

Tata Punch First Drive


So the Punch is a small package with a lot of substance that makes it good for everyday use with the space and ruggedness of an SUV. This sub-compact SUV’s premium cabin experience  gives it added appeal too.

Tata Punch First Drive

The engine, although adequate for commuting and making your way calmly, is the one aspect of this Tata that doesn't quite live up to its name.

The Punch was priced post this review between Rs 5.49 lakh - Rs 9.09lakh. It also received a 5-Star Global NCAP safety rating.

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  • 4.0
    Its great car it give 15

    Its great car it give 15 mileage in highway and another more it work fine with gear and built quality is quite good

  • 5.0
    Iam using last1.5 year. City

    Iam using last1.5 year.I got city 15 and highway upto 25 mileage totaly worthy car.

  • Punch Making a huge Jump

    Tata's rearmost immolation, the Punch, enters the compact SUV arena with a disparate project that combines civic phraseology with a touch of adventure. Outside, the cabin surprises with its spaciousness, offering comfortable seating and bountiful weight capacity. The dashboard hosts an ready- to- use touchscreen infotainment system that enhances the driving experience. On the road, the Punch's interpretation is spirited, making it able for both megacity driving and episodic trace passages. security features carry airbags, ABS, and more, icing peace of mind. In conclusion, the Tata Punch presents itself as a well- rounded option in the compact SUV order.

  • This Is An Amazing Car

    I've been driving the Tata Punch for over a year now, and it offers superb drive quality. The service provided by Tata Motors JD Autonation in my city, Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh, is also outstanding. Potholes are no cause for concern when you're behind the wheel of the Tata Punch. It provides city mileage ranging from 12 to 14 and highway mileage between 18 to 20, despite having covered a distance of 5500 kilometres.

  • 4.3
    Really Amazing Car

    While the Tata Punch is marketed as a 5-seater, its classification as a compact SUV is evident from various aspects, including its exterior design, rugged appearance, generous ground clearance, spacious cabin, and capacious boot. Surprisingly, it can be conveniently parked in the space typically required for a hatchback. Having personally driven this vehicle for around a thousand kilometres, I can confidently assert that the driving experience is truly remarkable. The gear shifting, clutch operation, braking, and accelerator response are all more than satisfactory. The driver's seating position imparts a genuine SUV feel, and the visibility from the front and sides is more than adequate, whether for parking, navigating corners, or handling stop-and-go traffic. The combination of substantial ground clearance and robust suspensions instils confidence when traversing rough terrain and tackling irregular speed bumps. Achieving over 20 kmpl on the highway is effortlessly attainable. Furthermore, the car comes equipped with two airbags, along with a comprehensive array of basic safety features even in the base model. The cost of maintenance and servicing appears to be quite reasonable. If you're in search of a secure, budget-friendly family car with SUV-like characteristics, the Tata Punch is an excellent choice.

  • Punch Impresses with Mileage and Ride Quality

    I recently had the opportunity to test drive the all-new Tata Punch and let me tell you, it was an exhilarating experience! The first thing that caught my attention was its impressive mileage. With its efficient engine, the Punch delivered exceptional fuel efficiency, allowing me to go on long drives without constantly worrying about refueling. But it wasn't just the mileage that impressed me. The ride quality of the Tata Punch was simply outstanding. Whether I was navigating through busy city streets or cruising on the highway, the Punch offered a smooth and comfortable ride. It handled bumps and potholes with ease, making every journey a pleasant one.

  • my reliable companion

    The Tata Punch has been my reliable companion on the streets of Ahmedabad. Manoeuvring through the bustling markets of Manek Chowk was a breeze, and the compact size made parking near Sabarmati Ashram hassle-free. The punchy engine surprised me during drives to Adalaj Stepwell, and the modern design turned heads on the drive along the Sabarmati Riverfront. Whether it's exploring historical sites or enjoying city escapades, the Tata Punch is a lively and practical choice for Ahmedabad residents.

  • the thrilling driving it provides!

    This model has the capacity to deliver a hustler performance, which is why I respect it. I like the Tata Punch since it's a sturdy machine and an important bone . It's the stylish vehicle for navigating any terrain because to the top- notch safety features and slice- edge technology it offers. My respect for The Punch's emotional gift of space and comfort is unwavering. With this little SUV, Tata has really released the hustler, and I enjoy it for the thrilling driving it provides!


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Tata Punch Colours

Tata Punch in India is available in 8 different and exciting colours, Punch colours options available in markets are - Foliage Green, Atomic Orange, Calypso Red, Daytona Grey, Meteor Bronze, Orcus White, Tropical Mist and Tornado Blue.
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Tata Punch Mileage

The mileage of Tata Punch starts from 18.8 Kmpl to 26.99 Km/Kg. The claimed ARAI mileage of Punch Petrol Manual is 20.09 Kmpl. In Automatic the claimed ARAI mileage of Punch Petrol is 18.8 Kmpl. In CNG the claimed ARAI mileage of Punch Manual is 26.99 Km/Kg.
Fuel Type Transmission ARAI Claimed User Reported
CNG Manual 26.99 Km/Kg NA
Petrol Automatic 18.8 Kmpl 15 Kmpl
Petrol Manual 20.09 Kmpl 15 Kmpl

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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Punch

Q. Which is the best, Punch or Exter?
  • The Hyundai E x t e r and Tata Punch are both great cars, and it really depends on your individual needs and preferences which one is best for you. Here is a comparison of the two cars to help you decide: >Hyundai E x t e rPros:More spacious interiorSmoother rideBetter fuel efficiency (petrol)More features (top-end variants)Cons:More expensiveNot as rugged as the PunchNot as many customization options>Tata PunchPros:More ruggedMore customizableMore affordableCons:Less spacious interiorBumpier rideWorse fuel efficiency (petrol)Fewer features (top-end variants)Tata Punch carIf you are looking for a spacious and comfortable car with good fuel efficiency, the Hyundai E x t e r is a good choice. However, if you are looking for a more rugged and customizable car with a lower price tag, the Tata Punch is a better option.Ultimately, the best way to decide which car is right for you is to test drive both of them and see which one you prefer.Here are some additional factors to consider when making your decision:Your budget: The Hyundai E x t e r is more expensive than the Tata Punch.Your needs: If you need a spacious car with good fuel efficiency, the Hyundai E x t e r is a good choice. If you need a more rugged car with a lower price tag, the Tata Punch is a better option.Your preferences: Consider the features that are important to you, such as a sunroof, a touchscreen infotainment system, or a connected car system.
Q. Which car is good Maruti Brezza or Tata Punch?
  • Both cars are good in their own forte. The Maruti Suzuki Brezza maintenance the strong fundamentals of space, practicality, and comfort but now gets a stronger tech package, more safety features, and a better automatic transmission. But, it should’ve offered superior interior quality and more exciting drive options. On the other hand, Tata Punch is good for city commutes but out on the highway, it lacks outright power which stops it from being versatile. Other than that it is hard to flaw this impressive car. It is spacious and comfortable, it is pretty well loaded and thanks to the option packs, even the lower variants can be customized to your requirements. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test drive before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your city accordingly for dealership details.
Q. Which is a better car, Tata Punch or Tata Tigor?
  • Both cars are good in their own forte. Tata Punch is good for city commutes but out on the highway, it lacks outright power which stops it from being versatile. Other than that it is hard to flaw this impressive car. It is spacious and comfortable, it is pretty well loaded and thanks to the option packs, even the lower variants can be customized to your requirements. On the other hand, If you are looking for a compact sedan with a brilliant safety package, impressive design, and a decent list of features, then you may opt for the Tata Tigor. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test drive before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for details.
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Q. What are the discount offers?
  • Offers and discounts are provided by the brand or the dealership and may vary depending on your city. Thus, we would suggest you to please connect with the nearest authorized dealership in your city.
Q. What is the launch date of Tata Punch in CNG Model?
  • As of now, there is no official update from the brand's end. However, it is expected to launch in August 2023. Stay tuned for future updates.
Q. What are the features of the Tata Punch?
  • In terms of features, the Tata Punch SUV gets a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system, with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, connected car tech, automatic climate control, a Harman sound system, a semi-digital instrument cluster, cruise control and keyless entry with push button start. Passenger safety is reinforced with dual airbags, ABS with EBD and rear parking sensors with a parking camera. Topping up the cake is Punch's reassuring performance in the Global NCAP safety tests with a full 5-star rating.
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Tata Punch FAQs

What is the price of the top variant of Tata Punch?

The ex-showroom price of top variant of Tata Punch is 10.09 Lakh (Delhi).

What is the mileage of Tata Punch?

The ARAI claimed mileage of Tata Punch is 18.8 Kmpl. Also check User Reported Mileage of Punch.

What is the EMI of Tata Punch in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Tata Punch in Delhi is Rs. 11,605 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.

What are the top competitors of Tata Punch?

The top 3 competitors of Tata Punch are Hyundai Exter, Tata Nexon and Tata Altroz.

What is the boot space in Tata Punch?

The boot space in Tata Punch is 366 L. View full specification of Punch

What is the ground clearance of Tata Punch?

The ground clearance of Tata Punch is 187 mm.

What are the best financing options for Tata Punch?

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