2021 Tata Punch review, road test

    Stylish on the outside, practical on the inside, Tata’s new sub-compact SUV is a tough alternative to hatchbacks.

    Published on Nov 20, 2021 08:00:00 AM


    2021 Tata Punch review, road test

    Sharing its 7.0-inch touchscreen with other models, the screen looks small and touch responses are a bit slow. Even the plethora of icons and small font on the home screen make it appear a bit cluttered. Tata has done away with physical shortcut buttons.

    It packs in Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, as well as a host of optional connected car features offering some remote functions, security alerts, location-based services and some vehicle diagnosis via a mobile application. Its six-speaker Harman sound system elevates the sound experience, and is one of the nicer set-ups around in this price range.

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    A Nath - 399 days ago

    Response for Accelaration is sluggish and irritating , difficult to cross 70KMPH speed barrier on plain road ( express ways) while AC is on, steering is not that smooth and free .

    Pothaveni Pratheep Goud - 874 days ago

    This car safety but central locking is not working running time also children open mane danjors very pls tata set central locking

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