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    PRICES DROPPED: 2020 Tata Altroz Diesel Variants Explained - Which One To Buy?

    by Mahesh Yadav on Tuesday, Aug 04 2020

    Read on to find out which variant of the Tata Altroz diesel you should buy. We compare the features of each variant and use our internal data to figure out which variant of the Altroz diesel offers the most useful features and the best value for money. We also compare the Altroz’ 1.5L turbo diesel engine specs and dimensions with other B2 segment hatchbacks. With this variant breakdown, we will help you decide which variant you should buy based on your needs and budget. So, let’s start with the prices.

     

    2020 Tata Altroz

    Updated September 2020: The prices of Tata Altroz diesel were updated in September 2020.  Tata has reduced the prices of the Altroz diesel by Rs. 40,000. The price difference between the petrol and diesel options now comes down to a more reasonable Rs. 1.2 lakh for the most variants. The XE and XE Rhythm variants still maintain their high premium and carry a Rs. 1.55 and Rs. 1.57 lakh premium, respectively. Let’s see how the variants compare after these updates to find out which one offers the best value for money.

    What Are The Pros And Cons Of Tata Altroz Diesel?

    The pros or advantages of Altroz diesel 2020 are:

    • Most feature-rich car in the segment. It offers everything you expect from a car in this segment and then some.
    • After the September price update, the Altroz diesel carries a reasonable Rs. 1.2 lakh premium over the petrol for most variants.
    • Along with fresh styling, its large dimensions lend it great road presence.
    • Base and top variants offer good value for money.
    • The only car in the segment with 5-star Global NCAP safety rating - diesel or not. Also, the most affordable car with a 5-star safety rating.
    • Strong bottom and mid-range performance as 200Nm of torque peaks at a crawling 1250rpm and stays strong till 3000rpm. It is much better than the barely-adequate petrol engine.

    The Tata Altroz diesel 2020 has the following shortcomings or problems:

    • The price difference between petrol and diesel engines is unjustifiably high for the XE variant. Others have a reasonable Rs. 1.2 lakh price jump for the diesel.
    • Nexon-like ~250Nm of torque output would’ve helped it stand out and easily justify the premium.
    • Feature packs like Luxe, Rhythm, Style, could’ve been offered as accessories so that you don’t have to pay the registration fee on top of that cost. Currently, these are part of the ex-showroom price.
    • No automatic transmission option. The Nexon uses this same diesel engine and gets an AMT automatic.
    • Skinny 165-section tyres on lower variants. Can you imagine buying a car worth more than Rs. 8.0 lakh (ex-showroom) and ending up with bargain-basement 165-section tyres and 14-inch rims? This tyre size is not acceptable even on the petrol variants and inexcusable with the pricier and torquier diesel.

    What Is The Price Of 2020 Tata Altroz Diesel?

    Just like the petrol trims, the Tata Altroz diesel is available mainly in 4 variants - XE, XM, XT and XZ. There are additional options available with all four variants. These are XE Rhythm, XM Rhythm, XM Style, XM Style + Rhythm, XT Luxe, XZ (O) and XZ Urban. Put these all together, and you have a total of 11 variants to choose from.

    Prices of the Altroz diesel start at Rs. 6.99 lakh with the XE and go up to Rs. 9.09 lakh for the XZ Urban variant.

    The diesel variants cost about Rs. 1.2 - 1.57 lakh more than the petrol counterparts. The Tata Altroz diesel recently got a price cut. The diesel variants are now Rs. 40,000 cheaper for the most part. The base XE and XE Rhythm variants’ prices remain unchanged and they still carry their absurd Rs. 1.6 lakh price premium over the XE/Rhythm petrol.

    TATA ALTROZ DIESEL UPDATED PRICE LIST

    EX-SHOWROOM DELHI  | SEP 2020

    VARIANTS

    NEW PRICE

    DIFFERENCE

    OLD PRICE

    XE

    ₹6.99

    Rs. 0

    ₹6.99

    XE Rhythm

    ₹7.27

    Rs. 0

    ₹7.27

    XM

    ₹7.50

    Rs. 40,000

    ₹7.90

    XM Style

    ₹7.84

    Rs. 40,000

    ₹8.24

    XM Rhythm

    ₹7.89

    Rs. 40,000

    ₹8.29

    XM Style + Rhythm

    ₹8.14

    Rs. 40,000

    ₹8.54

    XT

    ₹8.19

    Rs. 40,000

    ₹8.59

    XT Luxe

    ₹8.58

    Rs. 40,000

    ₹8.98

    XZ

    ₹8.79

    Rs. 40,000

    ₹9.19

    XZ(O)

    ₹8.95

    Rs. 40,000

    ₹9.35

    XZ Urban

    ₹9.09

    Rs. 40,000

    ₹9.49

    Should You Buy The 2020 Tata Altroz Diesel?

    The price difference between Altroz petrol and diesel ranges from Rs. 1.2 lakh for most variants to Rs. 1.57 lakh for the lower variants. There’s also higher insurance and registration costs to consider. And if you’re taking a loan, then you also end up paying more interest because of the bigger loan amount. After the recent price drop, the prices have come down to reasonable levels as we saw about Rs. 40,000 reduction.

    Even if you have about Rs. 10 difference between the fuels, and you get the same fuel efficiency as advertised, then it’ll take you about 1,00,000km to recover Rs. 1.2 lakh premium. Unfortunately, there isn’t much competition for the Altroz diesel. Which means, there’s not much choice. But once we have the new Hyundai Elite i20, we may see some sparks fly.

    If you think the petrol engine is lame and you also clock more mileage, then you’ll have to pay up. We still wish this engine came with the higher torque output as in the Nexon and had a 6-speed transmission. Perhaps its 5-speed transmission isn’t up to the task of handling that much torque.

    Now that the price difference between most of the variants is down to Rs. 1.2 lakh, you can consider the higher variants if you drive more than 15,000 - 20,000km every year. This much driving is not enough to recoup the cash you pay upfront. But, we should also give some points to the much higher torque and slightly better power output you get with the Altroz diesel. As is, the Altroz XT and XZ diesel are finally worth buying after the price drop.

    For budget buyers with running less than 15,000km/year, I’d advise, you consider the petrol model of the Altroz or wait for the next-gen 2021 Hyundai Elite i20 if you can. Don’t rush your purchase. Even if you want the Altroz, at least you could score better discounts as the competition intensifies. If you’re still interested in buying the Altroz diesel this festive season, then read on to find out which variant you should buy.

    TATA ALTROZ PETROL PRICE LIST

    EX-SHOWROOM DELHI  | SEP 2020

    VARIANTS

    PETROL

    DIFFERENCE

    DIESEL

    XE

    ₹5.44 lakh

    Rs. 1.55 lakh

    ₹6.99 lakh

    XE Rhythm

    ₹5.70 lakh

    Rs. 1.57 lakh

    ₹7.27 lakh

    XM

    ₹6.30 lakh

    Rs. 1.2 lakh

    ₹7.50 lakh

    XM Style

    ₹6.64 lakh

    Rs. 1.2 lakh

    ₹7.84 lakh

    XM Rhythm

    ₹6.69 lakh

    Rs. 1.2 lakh

    ₹7.89 lakh

    XM Style + Rhythm

    ₹6.94 lakh

    Rs. 1.2 lakh

    ₹8.14 lakh

    XT

    ₹6.99 lakh

    Rs. 1.2 lakh

    ₹8.19 lakh

    XT Luxe

    ₹7.38 lakh

    Rs. 1.2 lakh

    ₹8.58 lakh

    XZ

    ₹7.59 lakh

    Rs. 1.2 lakh

    ₹8.79 lakh

    XZ (O)

    ₹7.75 lakh

    Rs. 1.2 lakh

    ₹8.95 lakh

    XZ Urban

    ₹7.89 lakh

    Rs. 1.2 lakh

    ₹9.09 lakh

    Tata Altroz XE Diesel - Base Variant Standard Features

    The Altroz diesel costs Rs. 7.0 lakh and doesn’t get enough features either to justify spending this much either. Here are the most notable features of the Altroz XE:

    • Std. Safety Features
    • 5 Star NCAP Rating
    • Multi-Drive Modes
    • Front Power Windows
    • Body Coloured Bumpers
    • Central Locking
    • Tilt Steering
    • Body Coloured Door Handles
    • Umbrella Holder
    • Integrated Rear Headrests
    • Black ORVMs
    • Steel Wheels w/ Hub Cap
    • Adjustable Front Headrests
    • MID
    • Flat-bottom Steering

    If you can justify spending almost Rs. 1.6 lakh more for a diesel Altroz, even then the XE variant comes across as too basic and not worth buying. Let’s see if the XE Rhythm does it any good.

    TATA ALTROZ DIESEL XE | FEATURES

    ₹6,99,000 | Ex-Showroom Delhi

    Safety

    Functional

    Style

    Std. Safety Features & 5 Star NCAP Rating

    Multi-Drive Modes

    Front Power Windows

    Body Coloured Door Handles

    Central Locking

    Tilt Steering

    Front Power Outlet

    Body Coloured Bumpers

    Impact Sensing Auto Door Unlock

    Adjustable Front Headrests

    Integrated Rear Headrests

    Flat-bottom Steering

    Speed Sensing Auto Door Lock

    Driver Foot Rest

    4 Door Pockets

    Steel Wheels w/ Hub Cap

    ISOFIX 

    Umbrella Holder

    MID

    Black ORVMs

    Front Seatbelt Load Limiters

         

    Tata Altroz XE vs XE Rhythm Diesel Variant

    The price difference between the Tata Altroz XE and XE Rhythm is Rs. 28,000. The XE Rhythm variant of the Altroz diesel costs Rs. 7.27 lakh. It adds the following notable features:

    • Music system
    • 4 speakers
    • Remote central locking
    • Extra horn

    This variant barely justifies spending another Rs. 28,000 and it’s not recommended as it carries a premium of Rs. 1.55 lakh over the petrol variant. The higher variants will offer better value as the price gap between petrol and diesel variants is Rs. 1.2 lakh. If you can’t stretch your budget any further, then the XE Rhythm is worth buying. Otherwise, the higher variants will offer better value.

    ALTROZ XE DIESEL RHYTHM PACK

    ₹7,27,000 | Ex-Showroom Delhi

    Entertainment

    Functional

    Audio System

    Remote Key

    4 speakers

    Dual-tone horn

    Tata Altroz XE Rhythm vs XM Diesel Variant

    The price difference between the Tata ALtroz XE Rhythm and XM is Rs. 23,000. The Altroz XM diesel costs Rs. 7.50 lakh after the price drop of Rs. 40,000. For the additional cost, you get:

    • Rear power windows
    • Power adjustable and foldable mirrors
    • Rear parcel tray

    The XM variant doesn’t get the following benefits, which are available in XE Rhythm:

    • 2 rear speakers
    • Remote central locking
    • Extra horn

    The XM variant was overpriced earlier and it’s overpriced still after the price revision. The included features are certainly must-have but the deletion of some features compared to the XE Rhythm doesn’t go unnoticed. But, the XM diesel is no longer the worst value for money option of the Altroz as it carries a reasonable Rs. 1.2 lakh price premium over the Altroz petrol. We’d advise you to consider one of the higher variants as they get better balance of features and also offer far better value for money than the Altroz XM diesel.

    ALTROZ DIESEL XM | FEATURES OVER XE RHYTHM

    ₹7,50,000 | Ex-Showroom Delhi

    Rear Power Windows

    Electrically Adjustable & Auto Folding ORVMs

    Rear Parcel Tray

    Tata Altroz XM vs XM Style Diesel Variant

    The price difference between the Altroz XM and XM Style diesel is Rs. 34,000. The Altroz XM Style diesel costs Rs. 7.84 lakh. The notable additional features over the XM variant are:

    • 16-inch wheels with covers
    • Wider tyres
    • Black roof
    • Front and rear fog lamps
    • LED DRLs

    Again, the XM Style is a decent value upgrade over the XM but not recommended because higher variants offer far better value for money and more usable features.

    ALTROZ DIESEL XM STYLE | FEATURES OVER XM

    ₹7,84,000 | Ex-Showroom Delhi

    R16 Wheels w/ Covers

    Contrast Black Roof

    Body Coloured ORVMs

    Front & Rear Fog Lamps

    DRLs

    Tata Altroz XM vs XM Rhythm Diesel Variant

    The price difference between the Altroz XM and XM Rhythm is Rs. 39,000. The Altroz XM Rhythm diesel costs Rs. 7.89 lakh. The additional features of the XM Rhythm over the standard XM are:

    • 7-inch Touchscreen
    • Rear Camera
    • 2 Tweeters
    • Rear Speakers
    • Remote Central Locking
    • Extra Horn

    The asking price over the XM variant for these additional features is justified but the XM itself is quite expensive. So, the Altroz XM Rhythm diesel is also not worth buying. You should consider one of the higher variants as they offer better value for money and more useful features.

    ALTROZ DIESEL XM RHYTHM | FEATURES OVER XM

    ₹7,89,000 | Ex-Showroom Delhi

    7-inch Touchscreen Infotainment System

    Rear Parking Camera

    2 Tweeters

    2 Speakers

    Remote Key

    Dual-Tone Horn

    Tata Altroz XM vs XM Rhythm + Style Diesel Variant

    The Altroz’ XM Rhythm + Style is exactly what the name suggests. It gets all the features of the Style pack and Rhythm pack with the XM variant but the price is Rs. 9,000 lower than what you’d pay if you bought them separately. This option was not available earlier.

    The XM Rhythm + Style costs Rs. 64,000 more than XM and costs Rs. 8.14 lakh. It gets the following additional features over the XM variant:

    • 16-inch wheels with covers
    • Wider tyres
    • Black roof
    • Front and rear fog lamps
    • LED DRLs
    • 7-inch Touchscreen
    • Rear Camera
    • 2 Tweeters
    • Rear Speakers
    • Remote Central Locking
    • Extra Horn

    Combining the two special features packs and saving Rs. 10k in the process sounds like a sweet deal. But that’s still not enough to overshadow the XT’s superior value for money quotient. The XM variant is not worth buying, with or without any feature packs. Instead, consider spending another Rs. 5,000 and get the XT variant. Let’s see what that one offers.

    ALTROZ DIESEL XM RHYTHM + STYLE | FEATURES OVER XM

    ₹8,14,000 | Ex-Showroom Delhi

    7-inch Touchscreen

    Rear Parking Camera

    2 Tweeters

    2 Speakers

    Remote Key

    Dual-Tone Horn

    R16 Wheels w/ Covers

    Contrast Black Roof

    Body Coloured ORVMs

    Front & Rear Fog Lamps

    DRLs

    Tata Altroz XM Rhythm + Style vs XT Diesel Variant

    The price difference between Tata Altroz XM Style + Rhythm and XT diesel variant is Rs. 5,000. The Altroz XT diesel costs Rs. 8.19 lakh (Ex-showroom Delhi). It gets the following additional features over the XM Style + Rhythm variant:

    • Cornering lamps
    • Cruise control
    • Day/night inside mirror
    • Auto AC (new features for XT)
    • Keyless entry with push-button start/stop
    • Cooled glovebox
    • Footwell ambient lighting
    • Steering-mounted controls

    This is an easy recommendation as it is offering better far value for money than any of the lower variants. The XT variant is highly recommended and worth buying. The only reason to skip this one is if you want even better value and more features. If you’ve come this far, then we strongly advise you to take a look at the XZ variant. It’s our top-recommended variant and only slightly more expensive than the Altroz XT diesel.

    ALTROZ DIESEL XT | FEATURES OVER XM STYLE + RHYTHM

    ₹8,19,000 | Ex-Showroom Delhi

    Safety

    Functional

    Style & Entertainment

    Cornering Lamps

    Auto AC

    Cooled Glovebox

    Body-coloured Roof

    Day/Night IRVM

    Cruise Control

    USB Charger

    Black ORVMs

     

    Keyless Entry w/ Push-button Start/Stop

    Follow-me-home Headlamps

    Chrome Insert on Dashboard

       

    Voice Alerts

    Footwell Mood Lighting

         

    Steering-mounted Audio Controls

    Tata Altroz XT vs XT Luxe Diesel Variant

    The price difference between the Altroz XT and XT Luxe diesel variants is Rs. 39,000. The Altroz XT diesel with the Luxe pack costs Rs. 8.98 lakh. It gets the following additional features over the standard XT variant:

    • Height-adjustable Driver Seat
    • Rear Seat Armrest
    • Rear Fog Lamps
    • Black Roof
    • Body Coloured ORVMs
    • Different Wheel Cover Design

    The important and functional features in this list are rear armrest and height-adjustable driver seat. If you want these, then you should instead consider spending Rs. 21,000 more and getting the Altroz XZ instead. As it stands, the XT Luxe doesn’t justify its price and is not worth buying.

    ALTROZ DIESEL XT LUXE | FEATURES OVER XT

    ₹8,58,000 | Ex-Showroom Delhi

    Height-adjustable Driver Seat

    Rear Seat Armrest

    Leather-wrapped Steering & Gear

    Rear Fog Lamps

    Contrast Black Roof

    Body Coloured ORVMs

    Different Wheel Cover Design

    Metal Finish Inside Door Handles

    Tata Altroz XT Luxe vs XZ Diesel Variant

    The price difference between the Altroz XT Luxe and XZ diesel variants is Rs. 21,000. The XZ variant of the Altroz diesel costs Rs. 8.79 lakh. It gets the following additional features:

    • Rear defogger
    • Rear AC vents
    • Auto headlamps with projector
    • Rear washer and wiper
    • Adjustable rear headrests
    • Auto wipers
    • Sliding front armrest
    • Wearable key
    • 16-inch alloy wheels
    • Ambient lighting on dashboard

    The XZ variant more than justifies the price jump with its features even from the XE variant. The XZ is the most value-for-money variant of the Altroz diesel and is our top-recommended variant.

    ALTROZ DIESEL XZ | FEATURES OVER XT LUXE

    ₹8,79,000 | Ex-Showroom Delhi

    Safety

    Functional

    Style

    Rear Defogger

    Rear AC Vents

    Auto Wipers 

    R16 Alloy Wheels

    Projector Headlamps 

    Adjustable Rear Headrests

    Sliding Front Armrest

    7-inch full-colour Instrument Console

    Rear Wiper & Washer

    Wearable Smart Key

    One-touch Down Driver Window

    Mood Lighting on Dashboard

     

    Adjustable Front Seatbelts

    Retractable Tray in Glovebox

    Fabric Seat Upholstery

     

    Sunglass Holder

    Rear Power Outlet

    Chrome Accent on ORVMs

     

    Auto Headlamps

     

    Knitted Roof Liner

         

    Body Coloured Roof

         

    Black ORVMs

    Tata Altroz XZ vs XZ (O) Diesel Variant

    The XZ (O) is a cosmetic upgrade over the XZ variant and costs Rs. 8.95 lakh. For an extra Rs. 16,000, it gets only a black roof, which is expensive. Everything else remains the same. The price is acceptable but on the expensive side. This one is your call.

    Tata Altroz XZ (O) vs XZ Urban Diesel Variant

    The XZ Urban costs Rs. 9.09 lakh. For an extra Rs. 14,000 over the XZ (O), the Urban pack adds body-coloured outside mirrors and body-coloured cabin accents. Again, it’s an acceptable price for the upgrade but we leave the decision in your hands.

    Which Variant Of The 2020 Tata Altroz Diesel Should You Buy?

    The Tata Altroz XZ diesel is the best value for money variant and our top recommended option in the entire lineup of 11 variants. If you don’t want to spend this much, then consider the XT variant, which is another good value-for-money variant of the Altroz diesel. The lower variants offer poor value and are not worth buying.

    The base XE variant is too basic and not worth buying. If you want the safest car you can get for the lowest cost possible, then consider one of the well-equipped petrol variants. Stretching for the XE Rhythm pack isn’t a bad option, though. But we’d only recommend it to you if you absolutely have to buy the Altroz diesel and can’t afford the XT variant.

    Even after the price correction, the XM variant is expensive. The additional feature packs like Rhythm and Style also don’t do enough to warrant buying the Altroz XM diesel. The XT is the variant we’d happily recommend if you want to buy the Altroz diesel. But, if you can afford the XZ variant, then you should consider it over the XT. The XZ is our top recommended variant for the Altroz diesel. To further enhance the style of the car, you can go with either the XZ (O) or the XZ Urban.

    TATA ALTROZ | RECOMMENDATION

    Variant

    VFM Rank

    Diesel

    Recommendation

    XE

    Rank 6

    ₹6.99 lakh

    Not recommended. Expensive upgrade over XE petrol.

    XE Rhythm

    Rank 7

    ₹7.27 lakh

    Expensive upgrade over petrol variant. For budget buyers only who want Altroz diesel but can’t afford the XT variant.

    XM

    Rank 5

    ₹7.90 lakh

    Not recommended

    XM Style

    -

    ₹8.24 lakh

    Not recommended

    XM Rhythm

    -

    ₹8.29 lakh

    Not recommended

    XM Style + Rhythm

    Rank 4

    ₹8.54 lakh

    Better upgrade to XT

    XT

    Rank 2

    ₹8.59 lakh

    The most affordable variant that’s worth buying. Buy only if you can’t upgrade to XZ.

    XT Luxe

    Rank 3

    ₹8.98 lakh

    Better upgrade to XZ

    XZ

    Rank 1

    ₹9.19 lakh

    Top recommended

    XZ (O)

    -

    ₹9.35 lakh

    Buyers’ discretion

    XZ Urban

    -

    ₹9.49 lakh

    Buyers’ discretion

    Tata Altroz Diesel vs Competition - Diesel Engine Spec Comparison

    The Tata Altroz gets the same 1.5-litre diesel, which is available in the Nexon. This engine is tuned to deliver less torque and therefore makes less power too. It has 200Nm of torque, which comes at 1250rpm and stays strong till 3000rpm. This is the widest torque band we’ve ever seen on a mass-market diesel car in India. The torque output is sufficient and not explosive as we see in the Nexon. However, the flat output for a total of 1750rpm should make it quite a performer and fantastic cruiser. It will have great drivability on the highways as well as in the city with enough punch at most RPMs to overtake without a downshift.

    It’s still not quite in the league of the Figo diesel - not because of its lower torque output but because of its heavier kerb weight. The Figo’s torque-to-weight ratio is closer to 200Nm/tonne while the Altroz’ figure is about 25 units lower. That weight penalty also seems to affect its mileage figure, which is 1.4kmpl lower than the Figo diesel. The Altroz’ diesel mileage is surprisingly low for a small car. Even a bigger SUV like the Kia Sonet offers better mileage of 24.1kmpl along with much better power and torque as well.

    B2-SEGMENT HATCHBACKS

    DIESEL ENGINE SPECS

     

    Altroz

    Figo

    Displacement

    1.5

    1.5L

    Cylinder

    4

    4

    Cubic Capacity

    1497cc

    1499cc

    Maximum Power

    90PS @ 4000rpm

    100PS @ 3750rpm

    Power:Weight

    78.26PS/tonne

    91.66PS/tonne

    Peak Torque

    200Nm @ 1250 - 3000rpm

    215Nm @ 1750 - 2500rpm

    Torque:Weight

    173.91Nm/tonne

    197.07Nm/tonne

    Manual

    5-speed

    5-Speed

    Manual FE

    23.03kmpl

    24.4kmpl

    Tata Altroz vs Competition - Dimensions Comparison

    Note: While the Ford Figo is the only B2 segment hatchback with a diesel engine, we’re comparing all B2 hatchbacks to give you a better perspective of the Altroz’ dimensions.

    The Altroz certainly has the road presence to match its styling too. It’s the widest car in the B2 hatchback segment followed closely by the Baleno/Glanza. It’s also a bit taller than these two cars and almost tall enough to challenge the Figo. That makes it the biggest car in this segment, even if by only a tiny margin.

    The Altroz has one of the larger boots in the segment beaten only by the Jazz. The Tata Altroz’ ground clearance is nothing special and at 165mm; it’s on the low side but still acceptable. Similarly, the fuel tank capacity of 37-litres is quite small compared to its rivals but this shouldn’t worry most buyers.

    What’s not acceptable is the size of the tyres for the lower variants, which get 165-section tyres around 14-inch wheels. These days, even the base variant of the most affordable car in India - Datsun Redi-Go - gets 165-section tyres with 14-inch wheels. This is inexcusable for the Altroz. Can you imagine buying a car for more than Rs. 8.0 lakh ex-showroom and ending up with bargain-basement tyre and rim sizes?

    The Baleno and Glanza are the only cars that offer a minimum of 15-inch even on their base trims. An upgrade to at least 175-section tyres is a must to improve its handling and braking characteristics and lend it better stance. Or, you could just go with our recommendation and get the XT or XZ variants with wider tyres and bigger wheels.

    B2-SEGMENT HATCHBACKS

    DIMENSION COMPARISON

     

    Altroz

    Polo

    Jazz

    Figo

    Baleno/ Glanza

    Elite i20

    Length

    3990mm

    3971mm

    3989mm

    3941mm

    3995mm

    3985mm

    Width

    1755mm

    1682mm

    1694mm

    1704mm

    1745mm

    1734mm

    Height

    1523mm

    1469mm

    1544mm

    1525mm

    1510mm

    1505mm

    Wheelbase

    2501mm

    2469mm

    2530mm

    2490mm

    2520mm

    2570mm

    Boot Space

    345-lt

    280-lt

    354-lt

    257-lt

    339-lt

    326-lt

    Ground Clearance

    165mm

    165mm

    165mm

    174mm

    170mm

    170mm

    Fuel Tank

    37-lt

    45-lt

    40-lt

    42-lt

    37-lt

    40-lt

    Tyre Size (Base)

    165/80 R14

    175/70 R14

    175/65 R15

    175/65 R14

    185/65 R15

    185/70 R14

    Tyre Size (Top)

    195/55 R16

    195/55 R16

    175/65 R15

    195/55 R15

    195/55 R16

    195/55 R16

    What Are The Colour Options Of The 2020 Tata Altroz?

    The 2020 Altroz is available in the following 5 colour options:

    • Silver
    • Gold
    • Red
    • White
    • Grey

    Note: Here is a quick look at our length-based segmentation of cars to give you an idea of how we are classifying cars based on their size.

    CLASSIFICATION OF CARS

    SEGMENT

    SUB-SEGMENT

    LENGTH

    EXAMPLE

    A Segment

    A

    < 3699mm

    Alto, Kwid (exception), Santro, Celerio

           

    B Segment

    B1

    3700-3850mm

    Ignis, GO, Nios, Swift, Kwid (Exception), Tiago

    B2

    3850-3999mm

    Altroz, Baleno, Dzire, Amaze, Nexon, Brezza

           

    C Segment

    C

    4000-4499mm

    Ciaz, New City (Exception), Rapid, Creta, Seltos, Compass, T-Roc, Ertiga

           

    D Segment

    D

    4500-4750mm

    Octavia, XUV500, Elantra, Civic, Harrier, Hector, Innova, Kodiaq, CR-V

           

    D+ Segment

    D+

    4750+mm

    Fortuner, Superb, Endeavour, Camry, Carnival

    ABOUT THE AUTHOR

    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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