Tata Punch 2021 Launched In India - Prices, Specs, Variants & Top Features

Tata Punch 2021 Launched In India - Prices, Specs, Variants & Top Features

Tata Punch launched in India with a starting price of Rs. 5.49 lakh. Here's the full price list, top features, engine specs and dimensions of this B1-segment SUV.

Tata Punch 2021
Update (Oct 18, 2021): Fuel efficiency details added. ARAI mileage for Punch petrol manual is 18.97kmpl and 18.82kmpl with the AMT automatic

Tata Punch Price

The starting price of the 2021 Tata Punch is Rs. 5.49 lakh. The most expensive variant of the Punch costs Rs. 9.09 lakh (ex-showroom).

Tata Punch 2021 - Ex-Showroom Price

Variants

1.2L Petrol MT

1.2L Petrol AMT

Pure

Rs. 5,49,000

-

Adventure

Rs. 6,39,000

Rs. 6,99,000

Accomplished

Rs. 7,29,000

Rs. 7,89,000

Creative

Rs. 8,49,000

Rs. 9,09,000

With the option packs, the prices of the Punch go up to Rs. 9.39 lakh (ex-showroom). Here are the prices of the Tata Punch with the option packs:

Tata Punch 2021

With Option Packs

Variants

1.2L Petrol MT

1.2L Petrol AMT

Option Pack Price

Pure + Rhythm

Rs. 5,84,000

-

Rs. 35,000

Adventure + Rhythm

Rs. 6,74,000

Rs. 6,34,000

Rs. 35,000

Accomplished + Dazzle

Rs. 7,74,000

Rs. 8,34,000

Rs. 45,000

Creative + IRA

Rs. 8,79,000

Rs. 9,39,000

Rs. 30,000

What Is The Price Of Tata Punch Petrol?

The Punch's petrol variants cost between Rs. 5.49 lakh and Rs. 9.09 lakh (ex-showroom). With the option packs, the prices range between Rs. 5.84 lakh and Rs. 9.39 lakh. Tata Motors have said that these prices are valid till Dec 31.

What Is The Top Model Of Punch?

The top variant of the Punch is Creative. You can get the optional iRA pack with the Creative variant for an additional Rs. 30,000, which will push the ex-showroom price of Punch Creative + IRA to Rs. 8.79 lakh for the manual and Rs. 9.39 lakh with the AMT automatic.

Watch our video review of the Tata Punch petrol manual and AMT automatic:

Tata Punch Engine Specifications

The Tata Punch has a 1.2-litre, 3-cylinder normal petrol engine.

2021 Tata Punch - Engine Specifications

Engine Type

Normal Petrol

Displacement

1.2-litre

Cylinders

3

Power

86PS @ 6000rpm

Torque

113Nm @ 3300rpm

Manual Transmission

5-speed

Manual Fuel Efficiency

18.97kmpl

Automatic Transmission

5-speed AMT

Automatic Fuel Efficiency

18.82kmpl

What Is The Power And Torque Of Tata Punch 2021?

The Tata Punch 2021 has a 1.2-litre normal petrol engine.  The 3-cylinder 1.2-litre normal petrol engine makes 86PS of power at 6000rpm and 113Nm of torque at 3300rpm. This engine is available with a 5-speed manual and a 5-speed AMT automatic transmission.

What Is The Mileage Or Fuel Efficiency Of Tata Punch 2021?

The Tata Punch with the 1.2L normal petrol engine promises to deliver a mileage of 18.97kmpl with the manual. Its fuel efficiency with the AMT automatic transmission is 18.82kmpl.

Tata Punch 2021 Dimensions

Tata Punch 2021 - Dimensions

Length

3827mm

Width

1742mm

Height

1615mm

Wheelbase

2445mm

Boot Space

366 litres

Ground Clearance

187mm

Fuel Tank

37 litres

Tyre Size (Base Variant)

185/70 R15

Tyre Size (Top Variant)

195/60 R16

What Are The Dimensions Of Tata Punch 2021?

The Tata Punch 2021 is 3827mm long, 1742mm wide and 1615mm tall. A wider body results in better shoulder room inside the car while a higher roof makes it easier to get in and out of the car. The 2021 Punch has a wheelbase of 2445mm. The wheelbase is the distance between the centre of the front and rear wheels. A longer wheelbase usually means better legroom and better stability at high speeds. A shorter wheelbase makes a car very agile and eager to change directions.

What Is The Boot Space Of Tata Punch?

The 2021 Punch has a boot space capacity of 366 litres. The fuel tank capacity of the Punch is 37 litres.

What Is The Ground Clearance Of Tata Punch?

The 2021 Tata Punch has a ground clearance of 187 mm and its higher variants come with 195/60 R16 tyres. A higher ground clearance makes it easier to go over tall speed breakers or drive on broken roads without damaging the car's underbody.

What Are The Competitors Of Tata Punch?

The main rivals of the Punch are Tata Tiago NRG and Maruti Ignis. Because of a price and feature overlap, the Punch also competes with 1.0L normal petrol variants of the Nissan Magnite and Renault Kiger. Small sedan and premium hatchback buyers considering the Hyundai Aura, Maruti Suzuki Dzire, Tata Tigor, Maruti Baleno, Hyundai i20 and Tata Altroz can also consider the Punch for the higher ground clearance, better visibility and SUV styling.

What Are The Top Features Of Tata Punch?

The top features of the Tata Punch are traction control, cooled glovebox, 7-inch touchscreen, steering-mounted controls, keyless entry with push-button start/stop, easy-reach horns, auto AC, 7-inch full-colour LCD instrument cluster, rear washer wiper, rear defogger and rear armrest.

Check out our variants-explained article to know more about the Punch variant-wise features and find out which variant you should book based on value-for-money:

October 2021 - Tata Punch Petrol Variants Explained - Which One To Book? 

Does Punch have Sunroof?

No. Sunroof is not available in any variant of the Punch.

Does Punch have Cruise Control?

Yes, the Punch is available with the cruise control feature.

Does Punch have Rear AC Vents?

No, the Punch doesn’t get rear AC vents.

Does Punch have a Touchscreen?

Yes, the Punch is available with a touchscreen infotainment system.

What Are The Exterior Colour Options Of Tata Punch?

The Punch is available in the following 7 body colours:

  • Blue

  • Mint blue/light blue

  • Red

  • Brown

  • Orange

  • Grey

  • White

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Mahesh Yadav

Mahesh is a fan of compact, quirky and underrated vehicles that punch above their weight. Multix, Nano, Strom R3 and Navi are his favorites.

1 Comments

  1. V Vishal Choudhari says:
    October 19 2021 12:48:31

    Does it make sense to buy Punch Adventure + AMT + Rythm Pack? Or Tigor XZA+? Or Kiger RXT(O) + AMT? They seem to be around similar prices. Also IMO, I feel Kiger/Magnite would start making more sense.

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