TwinSpark Blog | Currently, the Tata Punch is only available with a petrol engine. The 1199cc Petrol engine produces 84.48bhp@6000rpm and 113nm@3300rpm+/-100 rpm of torque. Both manual and automatic transmissions are available for the Tata Punch. The Tata Punch features a 366-liter boot and a ground clearance of 187 mm. Tata Punch has dimensions of 3827 mm in length, 1742 mm in breadth, and 1615 mm3 mm in height in various combinations.
Tata Punch Specs Overview
|Emission Norm Compliance:||BS VI|
|Engine Displ.:||1199 cc|
|Boot Space:||366 Liters|
|Power Windows:||Front and Rear|
|Airbags:||Driver and Passenger|
Tata Punch Price
The Tata Punch Ex-Showroom pricing ranges from 5.49 lakh to 9.39 lakh, while the Pure On-Road price is 10.46 lakh. The top-of-the-line Tata Punch On-Road costs 10.46 lakh. Punch is available in 14 various varieties from Tata.
|Punch Pure||₹ 5.49 Lakh||1199 cc, Petrol, Manual, N/A|
|Punch Pure Rhythm Pack||₹ 5.84 Lakh||1199 cc, Petrol, Manual, N/A|
|Punch Adventure||₹ 6.39 Lakh||1199 cc, Petrol, Manual, N/A|
|Punch Adventure Rhythm Pack||₹ 6.74 Lakh||1199 cc, Petrol, Manual, N/A|
|Punch Adventure AMT||₹ 6.99 Lakh||1199 cc, Petrol, Automatic, N/A|
|Punch Accomplished||₹ 7.29 Lakh||1199 cc, Petrol, Manual, N/A|
|Punch Adventure Rhythm Pack AMT||₹ 7.34 Lakh||1199 cc, Petrol, Automatic, N/A|
|Punch Accomplished Dazzle Pack||₹ 7.74 Lakh||1199 cc, Petrol, Manual, N/A|
|Punch Accomplished AMT||₹ 7.89 Lakh||1199 cc, Petrol, Automatic, N/A|
|Punch Accomplished Dazzle Pack AMT||₹ 8.34 Lakh||1199 cc, Petrol, Automatic, N/A|
|Punch Creative||₹ 8.49 Lakh||1199 cc, Petrol, Manual, N/A|
|Punch Creative iRA Pack||₹ 8.79 Lakh||1199 cc, Petrol, Manual, N/A|
|Punch Creative AMT||₹ 9.09 Lakh||1199 cc, Petrol, Automatic, N/A|
|Punch Creative iRA Pack AMT||₹ 9.39 Lakh||1199 cc, Petrol, Automatic, N/A|
Here is the Latest Update on Tata Punch
Pure, Adventure, Accomplished, and Creative are the four variations of the all-new Tata Punch. Tata Motors is attempting to establish itself in the new micro-SUV segment with the new Punch, which, in addition to being a slightly more upmarket alternative to the Renault Kwid, Maruti Suzuki S-Presso, and Maruti Suzuki WagonR 1.2, also competes with the Maruti Suzuki Ignis, Swift, and Hyundai Grand i10 Nios. The Tata Punch is the brand’s first SUV to be built on the ALFA-ARC (Agile Light Flexible Advanced Architecture) platform and has the Impact 2.0 design language.
The three tri-arrow patterns on the black grille is extremely noticeable, and it is flanked by the LED daytime running lights (DRLs), while the projector headlights are positioned lower on the bumper. Tata has previously indicated that the Punch will be more than a jacked-up hatchback with some SUV elements, and the hefty cladding continues with the profile, adding to its SUV charm.
The 16-inch dual-tone diamond-cut alloy wheels and roof rails contribute to the car’s flair, which is complemented by the dual-tone body colour. The sculpted tailgate dominates the back end, further complimenting the overall design language. The bumper has strong cladding as well, and the squarish LED taillights blend well with the rest of the design.
When it comes to the cabin, the dual-tone black and off-white cabin also appear to be highly modern and well-organized. The dash’s basic design is clutter-free, and the horizontal air-conditioning vents with blue bezels add to the unique charm. The instrument cluster is comparable to the Altroz’s, and the door opens 90 degrees wide, which is also a carryover. It has a 366-litre trunk but lacks rear air-conditioning vents and a front central armrest.
The Tata Punch comes with all of the segment’s basic creature conveniences. The 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system is front and centre, and it supports Harman tuned audio, which we’ve seen in a number of Tata cars, including the Nexon and Altroz. The iRA linked car technology is available as an option on the top-spec model, and the 7-inch instrument cluster is partially digital. It also has the segment’s first flat-bottom steering wheel, as well as an engine start-stop button, automated climate control, powered auto-folding wing mirrors, cruise control, auto climate control, cooled glovebox, auto-sensing wipers, and auto headlights.
Tata Punch turbo-petrol, EV in the making
The 1.2-litre Revotron petrol engine, which also powers the Altroz luxury hatchback, drives the new Tata Punch. The engine is designed to produce 84 horsepower at 6000 rpm and 113 Nm of peak torque at 3300 rpm. The engine now includes a Dyna Pro system to optimise air pressure for improved low-end torque, and it comes standard with a five-speed manual gearbox, with a five-speed AMT unit available on the top three models – Adventure, Accomplished, and Creative.
The Punch includes segment-first features including the traction pro model with the AMT gearbox, which assists it in getting out of a sticky position. A 20.3-degree approach angle, 22.2-degree ramp over angle, and 37.6-degree departure angle round out the SUV credentials. It has a 187 mm ground clearance and a water wading capability of 365 mm.
The Tata Punch was recently crash-tested by the Global New Car Assessment Program (Global NCAP), which gave it a perfect 5-Star rating for adult occupant safety and a 4-Star rating for child occupant safety. The car’s body shell was deemed stable, and it received a score of 16.45 out of a possible 17 for Adult Occupant Safety. Dual airbags, an antilock braking system (ABS), and electronic brakeforce distribution (EBD) are also included as standard features.
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