Uniquely earmarked Tata Founder Edition models will be available for Tata Group employees only.
Average sales during the year amount to nearly 4,000 units a month.
Priced from Rs 7.74 to 8.86 lakh, the Altroz iTurbo can be had in three trim levels, which includes the all-new XZ+ v...
In addition to introducing the turbo-petrol powertrain, Tata has also bumped up the prices of the rest of the Altroz ...
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Altroz iTurbo bookings to open on January 14; Tata has added a new top-spec XZ+ variant to the Altroz line-up as well.
Altroz Turbo will come with a 110hp 1.2-litre engine; will rival i20 Turbo in India.
Altroz DCT will take the i20 DCT head on in the Indian market.
Seven out of 10 bestsellers are Maruti Suzuki models; Hyundai Creta, Grand i10 and Kia Sonet round out the list.
The Altroz XM+ builds upon the equipment list of the XM trim.
The turbo-petrol engine is a slightly detuned version of the Nexon’s unit.
The price cut applies to all variants except the entry-level Altroz XE.
Entry-level Altroz XE diesel price unchanged; XZ (O) prices hiked by Rs 6,000 for petrol and diesel models.
The Altroz XT’s new feature comes at no added cost, compared to the previous version.
The schemes such as zero down payment and no EMIs for the first six months, etc., are meant to incentivise buyers.
How the challenge of packaging the Altroz EV's battery under the floor was overcome, and what it means for the hatchb...
Tata Motors has announced offers for COVID warriors.
As the Altroz petrol has a 19.05kpl ARAI rating and the diesel Altroz has a 25.11kpl one, we find out how Tata’s prem...
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Premium hatchback arrives with two BS6-compliant engines; rivals Maruti Suzuki Baleno and Hyundai i20.
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