The Tata Altroz has 27 variants, with a price range of Rs 6.45 lakhs – Rs 10.40 lakhs. In this article, let’s find out which Tata Altroz variant offers the most value for money.
The Tata Altroz was launched in the Indian market in January 2020. It comes in both petrol, CNG and diesel engine variants. The subcompact car has a price range of Rs 6.45 lakhs – Rs 10.40 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi). It comes in multiple trims. You can choose from as many as 27 variants. In this article, let’s find out which Tata Altroz variant offers the most value for money.
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The Altroz is built on Tata’s ALFA (Agile Light Flexible Advanced) architecture. In terms of design, it features a futuristic look with sharp lines and angular edges. The company has added 16-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels and a diamond-shaped grille with chrome detailing and swept-back headlamps. However, the contrasting black roof is available in specific variants only. The premium hatchback offers a good combination of style, comfort, and performance.
Tata Altroz Specs
The Tata Altroz is powered by a 1.2L three-cylinder naturally aspirated petrol engine that offers 86.83 BHP of power and 113 Nm of torque. It is paired with a five-speed manual transmission. On the other hand, the diesel variants come with a 1.5L four-cylinder turbocharged engine that outputs 88.77 BHP of power and 200 Nm of torque. It is paired with a six-speed manual transmission. Both engines differ slightly in terms of power but offer adequate performance. Depending upon the variant, the car offers an overall mileage of 18.5 km/l to 23.64 km/l.
The 5-seater Hatchback comes with an independent McPherson strut dual-path front suspension and a twist-beam rear. It can handle broken roads better at higher speeds. The electric power steering helps in keeping the vehicle stable. Safety features include dual front airbags, reverse parking camera, rear parking sensors, Corner Stability Control (CSC), seat belt reminder, and ISOFIX: child seat mounts. It also features Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) with Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD).
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The Tata Altroz comes with a range of comfort features. This includes automatic climate control, rear AC vents, a height-adjustable driver seat, adjustable headrests, a multi-function steering wheel, keyless entry, and power windows. The advanced infotainment system comes with a touchscreen display, Android Auto/ Apple CarPlay compatibility, voice recognition, and smartphone integration. The hatchback offers ample cabin space with good legroom for both front and rear passengers. It comes with a boot space of 345 liters.
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Which Is The Most Value for Money Tata Altroz Variant?
Overall, the Tata Altroz offers an excellent value-for-money proposition. However, the most value-for-money (VFM) variant is the Tata Altroz XM Plus. It comes with a price tag of Rs 7.40 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi) and offers several features missing in the base variant. On the other hand, the top-end variant only has a few extra features than the VFM variant. The Altroz XM Plus offers the most optimal features at an affordable cost.
Unlike the base variant (Altroz XE, 6.45 lakhs), it gets follow-me-home headlights (safety), steering mounted controls, automatic ORVM (base has manual ORVM), day/night IRVM, USB ports, keyless entry, and power windows in the back. Additional features include a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, navigation support, Bluetooth connectivity (Android Auto, Apple CarPlay), and a Harman audio system with four speakers. Also, the Altroz XE comes with 16-inch wheels instead of the 15-inch wheels in the base variant.
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On the other hand, the top-end variant (Tata Altroz XZ Plus Dark Edition Diesel, priced at Rs 10.40 lakhs) comes with additional features which are absent on the VFM variant. This includes fog lights, DRLs (as driver assistance features), genuine leather upholstery, and climate control. However, it also has manual ORVM instead of automatic ORVM. It also gets a turbocharged diesel engine and offers better mileage. Tell us what you think about our comparison of Tata Altroz base, VFM, and top-end variants.