The Tata Altroz is one of the 11 different models from the house of Tata. Prices for this Hatchback start from Rs 5.85 Lakh and buyers can pick from as many as 21 different versions. The transmission option on the Tata Altroz is limited to Manual only. The Altroz offers a max power of 90. Some of the main rivals include Tata Punch and Nissan Magnite.
Tata Altroz have 21 variants ranging from Rs. 5.85 Lakh to Rs. 9.59 Lakh. Under the hood, Altroz is powered by a 3 cylinder, 1199 cc, 1.2 L Revotron. It is able to produce 113 Nm @ 3300 rpm torque and 86 PS @ 6000 rpm power with a fuel efficiency/mileage of 19.05 kmpl. Tata Altroz can store up to 37 Litres fuel in one go at max.
This Hatchback car comes loaded with ABS (Anti-lock Braking System), Corner Stability Control ASR / Traction Control, Central Locking, EBD (Electronic Brake-force Distribution), Corner Stability Control ESP (Electronic Stability Program), ISOFIX (Child-Seat Mount), 2 Number of Airbags from safety point of view. From Comfort perspective, Altroz have Front Only Adjustable Headrests, Front 12v Power Outlet.
Performance of Altroz is backed by a 5 Speed Manual transmission and FWD (Front Wheel Drive) configuration.
Altroz is a 5 seater car with Rake Adjustable steering, LCD Instrument Console, Multifunction Display, Power Steering, Front only Power Windows.
Tata Altroz is a 4 door car which has front Disc brakes, Independent Mc Pherson Dual Path Strut With Coil Spring suspensions and rear Drum brakes, Twist beam with coil spring and shock absorbers suspensions with R14 Wheels.
Altroz has 345 Litres Boot Space, 37 Litres Fuel Tank Capacity, 165 mm Ground Clearance, 1523 mm Height, 1036 Kg Kerb Weight, 3990 mm Length, 5 m Turning Radius, 2501 mm Wheelbase, 1755 mm Width.
Altroz is available in India starting from Rs. 5.85 Lakh with it's least expensive variant being Petrol XE. Most expensive variant of Altroz is XZ plus priced at Rs. 9.59 Lakh.
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Price of Tata Altroz in India ranges between Rs. 5.85 Lakh and Rs. 9.59 Lakh. Least expensive variant is Petrol XE and most expensive variant is XZ plus. Tata Altroz is also available on EMI starting at Rs. 12.00 K with 8.5% interest rate.
|Petrol XE||Petrol,Upto 19.05,Manual||₹ 5.85 Lakh|
|XE Rhytm||Petrol,Upto 19.05,Manual||₹ 6.00 Lakh|
|Petrol XM||Petrol,Upto 19.05,Manual||₹ 6.50 Lakh|
|XM plus Petrol||Petrol,Upto 19.05,Manual||₹ 6.80 Lakh|
|Diesel XE||Diesel,Upto 25.11,Manual||₹ 7.04 Lakh|
|XE D Rhytm||Diesel,Upto 25.11,Manual||₹ 7.28 Lakh|
|Petrol XT||Petrol,Upto 19.05,Manual||₹ 7.38 Lakh|
|Diesel XM||Diesel,Upto 25.11,Manual||₹ 7.65 Lakh|
|Petrol XZ||Petrol,Upto 19.05,Manual||₹ 7.92 Lakh|
|XM+||Diesel,Upto 25.11,Manual||₹ 7.95 Lakh|
|XT i-turbo||Petrol,Upto 18.13,Manual||₹ 8.02 Lakh|
|Petrol XZ(O)||Petrol,Upto 19.05,Manual||₹ 8.04 Lakh|
|XZ plus Petrol||Petrol,Upto 19.05,Manual||₹ 8.44 Lakh|
|Diesel XT||Diesel,Upto 25.11,Manual||₹ 8.53 Lakh|
|XZ+ Dark||Petrol,Upto 19.05,Manual||₹ 8.71 Lakh|
|XZ i-turbo||Petrol,Upto 18.13,Manual||₹ 8.72 Lakh|
|Diesel XZ||Diesel,Upto 25.11,Manual||₹ 9.07 Lakh|
|XZ plus i-turbo||Petrol,Upto 18.13,Manual||₹ 9.09 Lakh|
|Diesel XZ(O)||Diesel,Upto 25.11,Manual||₹ 9.19 Lakh|
|XZ+ TC Dark||Petrol,Upto 19.05,Manual||₹ 9.36 Lakh|
|XZ plus||Diesel,Upto 25.11,Manual||₹ 9.59 Lakh|
Just like every new car, the Altroz started life as a concept in the form of the ‘45X concept’ that was previewed at the 2018 Auto Expo. However, unlike most production cars, the Altroz has stayed largely true to its concept, except, of course for the larger-than-life dimensions. The front-end is in accordance with the Impact Design 2.0 philosophy and looks quite futuristic and very attractive. The sharp nose is further enhanced by sleek headlamps, while the bonnet gets some bold creases for a muscular look.
In the side profile, the highlights include ample use of black plastic trim on the window line while the pillar-mounted rear door handles and the sloping roofline give the car a very sporty look. Even the well-pronounced shoulder line adds a strong visual element to the side. Other highlights include supercar-inspired thin stalks for the door mirrors and 16-inch diamond cut alloy wheels.
The rear-end is even more stylish. This is thanks to the black finish on the tailgate and the sleek wrap-around taillamps that are partially blacked-out to give the posterior a sporty touch. The black elements present a highly appealing contrast with the base body paint, while bits like the all-LED taillamps and roof spoiler make the car look more premium than most of its rivals. Finally, the recently launched Dark Edition takes things a notch higher with an a really bold all-black colour theme.
Based on the very attractive 45X concept, the Tata Altroz turns out to be the most attractive car in its segment by a huge margin.
The interior is as likeable as the exterior. But as you enter into this car, you’ll probably realize that the doors open at an angle of 90-degree, which makes ingress as well as egress really very easy. This feature alone can play an important role in case one lives with the elderly. Meanwhile, the interior design impresses with its neatness and various modern touches. For example, the instrument console is a part-digital unit that is highly similar to what the Harrier offers. The steering wheel, meanwhile, comes from the Nexon facelift.
The black-light grey dual-tone finish further enhances the sense of airiness of an already spacious cabin. The top section of the dashboard benefits from soft-touch plastic while the customizable ambient lighting makes the dashboard look even cooler in the dark. The centre console holds a 7-inch floating-type touchscreen infotainment unit that supports Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Other features include keyless entry with push-button start, a Jaguar-like wrist band for keyless entry, umbrella holders, tilt adjustment for the steering wheel, voice commands, cruise control, 15-litre cooled glove compartment, drive modes, auto-headlamps, reverse parking sensors and camera and rain-sensing wipers.
As mentioned above, the cabin is very spacious. The front seats are well-bolstered and will keep you comfortable on long drives. Even the shoulder-room is quite generous, while those slightly more than 6-feet tall won’t have an issue with the head-space on offer. In the second row, three can seat abreast as the Altroz is the widest car in its class. The flat floor even helps the middle passenger with enough legroom, while the 340-litre boot space, long with several cubby holes strewn across the cabin, makes the car very practical.
In a manner typical of Tata models, the Altroz offers a spacious cabin that is high on practicality and even offers segment-leading features.
The Tata Altroz is offered with three engine options- 1.2-litre naturally-aspirated petrol, 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol and 1.5-litre diesel. All the motors are available only with a manual transmission for now.
The turbo-petrol unit is a 3-potter that outputs 110 PS of peak power and 140 Nm of max torque. While this engine doesn’t make the Altroz the best performer of the segment, it’s surely a strong performer. The mid-range performance of the engine is strong and overtaking fast-moving traffic isn’t something that would require years of planning. The turbocharger spools up by 1,500 rpm and the turbo-lag even below this engine speed is not very significant. The NVH (Noise, Vibration and Harshness) control is also impressive as there are almost no vibrations in spite of the motor being a 3-cylinder unit.
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The 86 PS-113 Nm 3-cylinder 1.2-litre naturally-aspirated petrol engine, on the other hand, will leave you wanting for more power, better refinement and even lower NVH. This variant even suffers from an excessive judder as the automatic start-stop function wakes up the vehicle, while the motor gets a bit too audible when given the stick. While the engine performance is strong at the top-end of the rev-range, the mid-range could have been a lot stronger. Even in the initial revs, the motor leaves you wishing for more grunt. The performance from this engine falls short of expectations, especially if you compare with with the K-series or Kappa motors from Maruti Suzuki and Hyundai, respectively.
The diesel motor comes from the Nexon but has been de-tuned a bit in interest of high fuel economy. But even with 90PS-200Nm on tap, it feels a lot better than the naturally-aspirated petrol counter part. The tractability offered by this motor is a lot better than not just the less powerful petrol engine but even higher than what the turbo-petro mill offers. In all the cases, the 5-speed manual transmission is a smooth-shifting unit with light clutch action.
The Tata Altroz is not the quickest car in its segment but its turbocharged petrol and diesel engine options offer a strong performance. The 1.2-litre naturally-aspirated motor, though, leaves a lot more to be desired.
As is the case with its latest crop of cars, Tata Motors has managed to tune the suspension really well even for the Altroz. Underpinned by the new ALFA Arc, the small car offers great high speed stability while it offers a high mechanical grip in the corners. That said, the suspension has been set up on the softer side, which means the occupants remain comfortable on the bad roads. Around the corners, though, things get a tad unnerving due to a high amount of body roll. The same vertical movement even creeps in during fast lang-changing manoeuvres.
On the other hand, the steering has been tuned really very well and you’ll be quick to note a remarkable difference in case you’ve been used to driving a Maruti Suzuki or a Hyundai. While it’s not too light, you’ll never mind the slight heft while navigating your way through crowded streets. On the other hand, the talkative nature of the wheel will help you in the corners.
As has become a norm, Tata Motors has got the suspension settings and the overall dynamics of its latest small car really right.
Pretty unsurprisingly, the Tata Altroz has scored a full 5-star rating at Global-NCAP crash test. With this, the Altroz became the second made-in-India car after the Nexon to bag a full five-star score. Altroz even scored a fantastic 16.13/17 score for adult protection. The independent testing body even noted that the car’s body-shell remained stable in crash and it’s even ‘capable of withstanding further loadings.
Speaking of the safety equipment on offer, the premium hatchback from Tata Motors comes with dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, ISOFIX child seat anchorage, rear parking sensors with camera and cornering stability control.
With a full 5-star rating at Global NCAP, the Tata Altroz is the safest premium hatchback on sale in the country.
Overall, the review is very good for the quality used to make this car. It drives on the road by catching the road grip. perfect family car
Very bad experience from sales person.. Not at all approachable.. Booked for grey,, but got white
Iam having tata bolt XT revotron petrol 2015 model, purchased in 2017....
Inside cabin too much noise Pick-up is poor Wheels Bubbling, but left side wheel is more Bubbling
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The ex-showroom price of Tata Altroz Petrol XE is Rs 584,900 & XE Rhythm is 599000 in Delhi. The on road price of the XE variant shall be around Rs 639311 and XE Rhythm Rs 655,691. However it is a approximate price and the final price will depend upon the insurance taken and any offers or discounts being offered by the dealership on the car. For more information, Kindly visit
The exact on-road price of Tata Altroz XM Plus in Hamirpur is â‚¹ 731,924. You can find full details here - https://www.91wheels.com/cars/tata/altroz/price-in-hamirpur-hp
Hi, the Tata Altroz diesel retails in a price range of Rs 7-9.56 lakh. For full details, please visit - https://www.91wheels.com/cars/tata/altroz
Tata Altroz starts from on-road price of Rs 6.39 Lakh in (New Delhi) for the Petrol XE. The on-road price is a combination of ex-showroom price, Insurance, RTO Charges, Road Charges and other miscellaneous items like( TCS, Toll Card). You can check the prices for the following.
The mileage of Tata Altroz is 25.11 kmpl as per the ARAI. However, the city mileage of Tata Altroz might vary depending upon your driving style, road conditions, traffic conditions and weather.
The exchange value of Tata Altroz is dependant upon various factors, like number of KM driven, Years, car condition, insurance claims.
|New Delhi||₹ 6.39 Lakh onwards|
|Pune||₹ 6.80 Lakh onwards|
|Hyderabad||₹ 6.86 Lakh onwards|
|Patna||₹ 6.69 Lakh onwards|
|Indore||₹ 6.63 Lakh onwards|
|Ahmedabad||₹ 6.51 Lakh onwards|
|Jaipur||₹ 6.69 Lakh onwards|
|Chennai||₹ 6.74 Lakh onwards|
|Bangalore||₹ 6.98 Lakh onwards|
|Lucknow||₹ 6.63 Lakh onwards|