Tata Altroz: 5 Things That Make It Stand Out

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    Read the 5 most interesting things about Tata Altroz. Unlock what all features make it stand out from the premium hatchback crowd.

    Tata Altroz 5 Things You Need To Know

    With all bells and whistles, Tata Motors has finally forayed into the coveted premium hatchback segment with the Altroz. As expected, the highly anticipated hatch has created the likely disruption in its category with its aggressive price label and plush equipment list. Initially unveiled as 45X Concept at 2018 Auto Expo, Tata Altroz features home-grown car maker’s Impact 2.0 design philosophy. Offered with BS6 compliant petrol and diesel guises – 1.2L Revotron and 1.5L Revotorq – its prices begin from Rs 5.29 lakh (base petrol) and stretches up to Rs 9.29 lakh (top-end diesel).



    In addition to the aforementioned, there are 5 more must know facts about the Altroz. Here we go.


    It gets an all-time best price in the segment, leaving competitors bite their nails in anxiety. The cheapest premium hatchback gives tough time to direct rival Maruti Suzuki Baleno and Hyundai Elite i20 as it undercuts them by around Rs 30,000. Other segment competitors that suffer the Altroz wrath include Honda Jazz, Toyota Glanza and Volkswagen Polo.

    First on ALFA

    Made available in as many as 10 trims and loads of unique features, Altroz is the first product to be designed on Tata’s highly sophisticated modular platform, the ALFA – Agile Light Flexible Advanced. The innovative platform offers flat floor and increased legroom alongside provides ample luggage space at the boot and storage space near the driver. Revealed last year, the ALFA architecture is capable of supporting multiple engines, and besides traditional petrol/diesel powertrains, it can also synchronise with hybrid and electric engines.

    Long equipment list & safest in segment

    The premium quotient is witnessed across the entire Altroz range as it’s loaded with wholesome standard feature list that includes blacked-out B-pillar, body-coloured bumpers, piano black ORVMs, tilt-adjustable steering, door handles, front power windows and spoiler, and automatic door re-lock for safety. With impeccable 5-star Global NCAP ratings for crash test under its belt, it becomes the most secure premium hatchback in its category.

    Plethora of customization options

    For the first time in the segment, Tata offers factory-fitted customization selection for the Altroz in India. The four optional customization bundles include Rhythm Pack (Rs 25,000 – XE and Rs 39,000 – XM), Style Pack (Rs 34,000), Urban Pack (Rs 30,000), and Luxe Pack (Rs 39,000). As per your liking, you can pick the factory-fitted custom packs that come with Tata Motors reliability and peace of mind.

    Dimensions that standout

    In terms of length (3990 mm) and width (1755 mm), the Tata Altroz has an upper hand against its primary rivals, the Maruti Baleno and the Hyundai Elite i20. This translates into better shoulder room and knee room for the occupants inside the airy cabin. Despite bestowing comfort and roominess, Altroz also manages to provide a good boot space of 345L.

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