This latest blog post captures the reason why this popular YouTuber chose the Hyundai Exter over Tata Punch. With its latest release, the Exter, Hyundai has left a notable impression on the Indian market. This vehicle sets itself apart with an array of innovative features unique to its segment, a comprehensive suite of standard safety features, an eye-catching design, and competitive pricing. On the other hand, the Tata Punch has garnered immense popularity and remarkable sales figures since its introduction. It has emerged as the top pick in the micro SUV segment, which, until recently, had limited competition, with only the Maruti Ignis and Citroen C3 as its main contenders.
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Hyundai Exter Over Tata Punch
This video comes from AUTOMOTIV17 on YouTube. The vlogger is an experienced driver who has driven almost all popular cars in the last couple of decades. He now purchased the Exter over the Punch. There are some particular reasons why he did that. This includes things like the fact that the AMT of the Exter is much better and smoother than that of Punch, the service experience of Tata has not been ideal from his personal experience, he prefers the 4-cylinder mill of Exter compared to the 3-cylinder unit of Punch and Hyundai offers more features in almost all its cars compared to the rivals. He also acknowledges the fact that the Punch is a much safer car as the Exter has not been crash tested yet.
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Hyundai Exter comes with a 1.2-litre petrol engine, offering a peak power of 83 PS and torque of 113.8 Nm. The second option is a 1.2-litre bi-fuel engine, combining petrol and CNG, providing a peak power of 69 PS and torque of 95.2 Nm. The former comes with either a 5-speed manual gearbox or an AMT gearbox, while the latter is exclusively available with a manual gearbox. The Exter boasts a fuel efficiency rating of 19.2 km/l. The ex-showroom prices for the Exter range from Rs 6 lakh to Rs 10 lakh. On the other hand, the Tata Punch has a 1.2-litre petrol engine, generating a peak power of 88 PS and torque of 115 Nm. Either a 5-speed manual or an AMT automatic perform the transmission duties. It impressively offers a mileage of 20.09 km/l. The ex-showroom prices for the Punch range from Rs 6 lakh to Rs 9.52 lakh.
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