Which is the value for money variant of Tata Altroz?
on 12 Dec 2019
It would be too early to give any verdict as Tata Altroz is not launched yet and as of now, the brand has revealed the variants name only but not the features. So, we would request you to wait for its launch.
Buying a Tata Altroz will surely a good decision. The hatchback by Tata will be offered with two BS6-compliant engine options. Output figures of the 1.2-litre petrol and 1.5-litre diesel stand at 86PS/113Nm and 90PS/200Nm respectively. The diesel version will be powered by the Nexon’s diesel unit, although in a detuned form. It will compete with the likes of the Maruti Suzuki Baleno, Toyota Glanza, Hyundai Elite i20, Honda Jazz and Volkswagen Polo. The Altroz has scored five stars in the Global NCAP crash tests. For more information, follow the below link - Info.
Tata Altroz manages to deliver an impressive balance between grip, handling, and suspension setup. The Altroz manages to cushion occupants well from the surface. Be going over speed breakers or potholes, the suspension manages to take care of them on its own with the occupants hardly feeling it working. It is quite as well and you can only feel a mild thud in the cabin you go over something nasty, like a level change. It settles nicely after a bump as well, which will help you stay comfortable for longer journeys in the car. The same composure is maintained over highways as well. In fact, this could be the best suspension vs handling setups in the segment.