Tata Punch CNG Expected Prices — Launch Likely Soon | V3Cars

Tata Motors recently launched the Tiago NRG CNG and that became the 3rd CNG offering from the Indian carmaker after the Tiago and Tigor CNG. Moving forward, we expect Tata Motors to bring the Punch CNG as their next CNG offering in the country. In this article we share the expected prices of the Punch CNG.

Tata Punch CNG

Tata Punch CNG Expected Prices

Take a look at the expected prices of the Punch CNG:








Rs. 6.75 lakh

Rs. 90,000

Rs. 7.65 lakh


Rs. 7.55 lakh

Rs. 90,000

Rs. 8.45 lakh


Rs. 8.37 lakh

Rs. 90,000

Rs. 9.27 lakh

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Like the other CNG offering from Tata Motors, the Indian carmaker is likely to charge Rs. 90,000 for the CNG option over the corresponding petrol variants of the Punch. With the CNG kit, the Punch will retain its 5-speed manual transmission and it won’t get the CNG bi-fuel option with the AMT automatic transmission. Currently, no carmaker in India offer a CNG vehicle with any kind of clutch pedal-less vehicle.

Tata Punch CNG Expected Powertrain Specifications

When it goes on sale, the Tata Punch CNG will come with the same 1.2L petrol-CNG powertrain as the Tiago and Tigor CNG models. In the Tiago, Tigor and NRG CNG models, this engine produces 73PS of power at 6000rpm and 95Nm of torque at 3500rpm when running on CNG. When running on petrol, it produces 86PS of power at 6000rpm and 113Nm of torque at 3300rpm. This engine has a claimed mileage figure of 26.49kmpkg.

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Tata Punch CNG Expected Launch Timeline And Rivals

Tata Motors are likely to launch the Punch CNG in early 2023. Ahead of its launch, we expect Tata to showcase the Punch CNG at the 2023 Auto Expo along with the Punch EV. At launch, the Punch CNG will not have any direct rivals and it will sit below the upcoming Maruti Brezza CNG and its own bigger sibling, the Nexon CNG.

Also Read: Tata Tiago NRG CNG Launched — Prices Start From Rs. 7.40 Lakh


Amit Saraswat

Born and brought up in Agra, he grew up reading magazines more than textbooks. With a keen interest in cars, he decided to make his future in automotive journalism and is currently helping in content at V3Cars.


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