Tata Altroz price, variants explained

    Priced from Rs 5.29 to 9.29 lakh, the Altroz can be had in five trim levels along with a choice of option packs for the lower trims.

    Published On Jan 22, 2020 01:25:00 PM


    Tata Altroz price, variants explained

    Tata has launched the much awaited Altroz with prices starting from Rs 5.29 lakh (ex-showroom, pan-India). The carmaker’s first model on the ALFA platform, the Altroz enters the hotly contested premium hatchback segment and rivals the Honda Jazz, Hyundai i20, Toyota Glanza and the segment-bestseller, the Maruti Baleno.

    Tata is offering the Altroz in five trim levels – XE, XM, XT, XZ and XZ(O). Interestingly, alongside the standard five trims, Tata is also offering variant specific customisation packs for the XE, XM, XT and XZ allowing owners the option to kit out their cars with certain features from higher variants. The options packs – Rythm, Style, Luxe and Urban – costs up to Rs 39,000 over the standard variants.

    Here’s what each variant and option pack of the Tata Altroz will get you:

    Tata Altroz XE (Petrol Rs 5.29 lakh; Diesel Rs 6.99 lakh)

    • ABS with EBD
    • Dual front airbags
    • Rear parking sensors
    • Central locking
    • Manual HVAC
    • Drive modes – City and Eco

    Tata Altroz XE Rhythm pack (Rs 25,000)*

    • 3.5-inch infotainment system
    • Four speakers
    • Foldable key with dual-tone horn

    Tata Altroz XM (Petrol Rs 6.15 lakh; Diesel Rs 7.75 lakh)

    • 3.5-inch infotainment system by Harman
    • Power windows
    • Electrically adjustable, folding wing mirrors
    • Rear parking assist via infotainment display
    • Ambient lighting for driver’s footwell

    Tata Altroz XM Rhythm pack (Rs 39,000)*

    • 7.0-inch touchsreen infotainment
    • Four speakers
    • Reverse park assist camera

    Tata Altroz XM Style pack (Rs 34,000)*

    • 16-inch steel wheels
    • Contrast black roof
    • Body coloured wing mirrors
    • Front and rear fog lamps
    • LED daytime running lamps

    Tata Altroz XT (Petrol Rs 6.84 lakh; Diesel Rs 8.44 lakh)

    • 7.0-inch floating touchscreen infotainment by Harman
    • Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
    • Push button start
    • Cruise control
    • Rear camera display
    • Idle start-stop
    • LED daytime running lights
    • 7.0-inch TFT digital instrument cluster

    Tata Altroz XT Luxe pack (Rs 39,000)*

    • Rear centre armrest
    • Driver seat height adjust
    • Contrast black roof
    • Leather wrapped steering and gear lever
    • Rear fog lamp
    • Body-coloured wing mirrors

    Tata Altroz XZ (Petrol Rs 7.44 lakh; Diesel Rs 9.04 lakh)

    • 16-inch dual-tone alloy wheels
    • Projector headlamps
    • Climate control
    • Ambient lighting
    • Auto headlamps
    • Rear AC vents
    • Rain sensing wipers
    • Wearable key
    • Steering-mounted controls
    • Front and rear armrest

    Tata Altroz XZ Urban pack (Rs 30,000)*

    • Exterior colour coordinated interiors
    • 16-inch diamond cut alloys
    • Body coloured wing mirrors
    • Contrast black roof

    Tata Altroz XZ (O) (Petrol Rs 7.69 lakh; Diesel Rs 9.29 lakh)

    • Black contrast roof

    Under the hood, the Altroz gets the choice of two BS6-compliant engine options – a 86hp/113Nm 1.2-litre naturally aspirated petrol and a 90hp/200Nm 1.5-litre diesel. Both engines are paired with a 5-speed manual gearbox as standard. Tata has confirmed that a dual-clutch automatic gearbox is in the works and will be introduced in the future.

    *Prices in addition to ex-showroom prices

    All prices, ex-showroom, pan-India.

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