Tata Punch Deliveries Started For Pre-Booked Cars

Tata Punch Deliveries Started For Pre-Booked Cars

Tata Motors have started to deliver the Punch to the customers. Those who booked the Punch before the launch for Rs. 21,000 are starting to get deliveries of their cars. Bookings for Tata Punch started from October 4 and the prices were revealed on October 20. Tata haven’t revealed the details about the number of bookings received for the Punch. But they did comment that the car received the highest number of pre-launch bookings for any Tata car ever.

Tata Punch

Tata Punch is available in 4 variants and 7 colour options. Customers can also get optional packs for their cars. Prices for these option packs vary for each variant and they add specific features to each variant. Ex-showroom prices for Punch starts from Rs. 5.49 lakh for Pure variant with the petrol manual powertrain. The prices go up to Rs. 9.39 lakh for the top-spec Creative variant with iRA telematics option pack and AMT automatic transmission.


For our detailed features breakdown and variant buying recommendation, visit here:

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

Tata Punch is a B1-segment SUV positioned below the Nexon in Tata’s SUV portfolio. This car is based on the ALFA-ARC platform, which is a modified version of the platform used in the Altroz. Hence we expected it to perform well in GNCAP crash tests and it didn’t disappoint. In the tests, the Punch performed exceptionally well and became the safest made-in-India car with a 5-star rating, narrowly beating the Mahindra XUV300 while also posting better safety scores than the Altroz and Nexon. This is how the GNCAP crash test score of the Punch compares with a few other made-in-India cars:

TATA PUNCH VS OTHERS

GNCAP SAFETY SCORE COMPARISON

Cars

Adult Safety Score

Child Safety Score

Max Score

17

49

Tata Punch

16.45

40.89

Mahindra XUV300

16.42

37.44

Tata Altroz

16.13

29

Tata Nexon

16.06

25

Mahindra Marazzo

12.85

22.22

Maruti Brezza

12.51

17.93

Tata Tiago/Tigor

12.52

34.15

Mahindra Thar

12.52

41.11

Renault Triber

11.62

27

Maruti Ertiga/XL6

9.25

25.16

Maruti Swift/Dzire

7.08

16.23

Kia Seltos

8

15

Hyundai Grand i10

7.05

15

Maruti WagonR

6.93

16.33

Maruti S-Presso

0

13.84

Checkout our more information about the GNCAP crash test report of Tata Punch, visit here:

Tata Punch Is Safer Than Nexon, Altroz, XUV300, Thar - Safety Score Comparison

In terms of features, the top variant of Punch gets projector headlamps, LED DRLs, LED taillights, 16-inch alloy wheels, a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, reverse parking camera, auto AC, electrically adjustable and retractable ORVMs and cruise control.Surprisingly, the Punch doesn’t get front armrest and rear AC vents. Punch has 319 litres of boot space and a respectable 187mm ground clearance.

The Punch uses the same 1.2-litre 3-cylinder normal petrol engine as the Tiago and Tigor. It also shares the transmission options with these two Tata cars and gets the option of a 5-speed manual and a 5-speed AMT automatic. In the Punch, this engine produces 86PS of power at 6000rpm and 113Nm of torque at 3300rpm. These figures are identical to the Tiago and Tigor’s even though the Punch gets a ram-air intake, which reportedly improves the performance while cruising on the highways. The car delivers ARAI-claimed fuel efficiency of 18.97kmpl for manual transmission and 18.82kmpl for automatic transmission.

The car competes with Maruti Ignis, Tiago NRG, and normal petrol versions of the Nissan Magnite and Renault Kiger.

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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.

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