Tata Cars in India

List of Tata Cars in India

Finding a new car is time-consuming, as there are several options in the Indian four-wheeler market. However, customers in India are mainly concerned about the “kitna deti hai” (what’s the car’s mileage?). In addition, safety should also be equally as much of a concern as mileage. And safety doesn’t solely mean safety features but also build quality. At the same time, patrons want other features suited for comfort, convenience, and entertainment. That said, a vehicle should be an overall package at an affordable price, and that’s why you are here to learn more about Tata cars in India. The new-age Tata cars are well-built, loaded with features, and have impressive reliability. And these factors add up to make Tata cars among the bestsellers in their respective segments. For reference, there are currently thirteen Tata models offered by Tata Motors.

So, below is the list of a few cars manufactured by the indigenous carmaker. All cars’ average ex-showroom prices will be in ascending order. However, it is worth mentioning that these prices are as of October 2022 and can vary from state to state or dealer to dealer. For more guidance, you can visit the autoX website.

Let’s begin reading, then!

Tata Tiago (Rs 5.40 lakh-7.82 lakh, Avg. Ex-showroom)

For starters, the Tata Tiago is among the safest hatchbacks in the country. Considering the Tiago price, this car has a respectable number of features. In terms of build quality, it has a four-star safety rating, awarded by the Global NCAP, which is impressive.

The Indian carmaker sells this hatchback with a 1.2-litre naturally-aspirated petrol engine that churns out 84bhp and 113Nm of torque. This vehicle also caters to CNG-oriented buyers. The CNG variant gets a lower state of engine tune, which is suited for producing 71bhp and 95Nm of torque.

The CNG variant misses the AMT gearbox option but gets a five-speed manual. Only the petrol variant gets both the five-speed manual and AMT gearbox. Alongside the ICE (internal combustion engine) powertrains, there is an electric iteration, the Tata Tiago EV, with an introductory price of Rs 8.49 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi).

The Tiago mileage ranges between 20kmpl and 26.4km/kg (ARAI-claimed).

As for the pricing, the Tiago on-road price starts from 6.04 lakh onwards for the base model, the XE Petrol. It goes up to Rs 8.85 lakh for the top model, the XZ Plus CNG DT. Moreover, this hatchback has six trims: XE, XM, XT(O), XT, XZ, and XZ+. They make up fourteen variants in total.

Tata Punch (Rs 5.43 lakh-9.49 lakh, Avg. Ex-showroom)

The carmaker has positioned the Tata Punch above the Tata Tiago (entry-level hatchback) and below the sedan, the Tigor.

Moreover, the Punch has a five-star safety rating awarded by the Global NCAP. On top of it, the Punch has dual airbags as standard across the variants, and despite that, it secured a full-star safety rating.

The top model of the Tata Punch packs a touchscreen infotainment unit with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, automatic headlights, auto HVAC, rain-sensing wipers with a washer, connected car technology, etc. You can check the top model price in your region under the Tata Punch’s price section by navigating to the “cars” category and selecting the relevant options on the autoX website.

Apart from that, as far as the powertrain is concerned, it has the same engine option as the Tata Tiago.

The 1.2-litre naturally-aspirated petrol engine with 84bhp and 113Nm of torque sends power to the front wheels via a standard five-speed manual transmission or a five-speed automatic gearbox. There is no CNG option.

As for its rivals, the Punch takes on the likes of the Nissan Magnite, Renault Kiger, Maruti Suzuki Ignis, and the Mahindra KUV100 NXT, to name a few. As for the Punch’s on-road price, it starts at Rs 6.60 lakh for the base variant, the Pure MT, and goes up to Rs 10.67 lakh for the top-of-the-line, the Kaziranga Edition AMT IRA.

Tata Tigor (Rs 6.00 lakh-8.84 lakh, Avg. Ex-showroom)

The Tata Tigor is among the bestselling sub-4-metre sedans in India. It is an extended wheelbase version of the entry-level hatchback, the Tata Tiago. This sedan has two engine options currently, and it used to have a diesel engine as the third option. But the carmaker axed the third option after the BS6 norms.

The Tigor also gets the same 1.2-litre petrol engine as the Tata Tiago and the Punch, which produces 84bhp and 113Nm of torque. There is also a CNG variant available, tuned to produce 72bhp and 95Nm of torque. The Tigor’s on-road price for the CNG variant starts at Rs 8.37 lakh. And the transmission options are the same as on the Tiago. As for the fuel economy, the Tata Tigor’s mileage ranges between 19.2kmpl and 26.4km/kg (ARAI-claimed).

Tata Altroz (Rs 6.30 lakh-10.25 lakh, Avg. Ex-showroom)

The indigenous carmaker has positioned the Tata Altroz above the Tata Tigor. It boasts loads of features, including ambient lighting, which makes the cabin look plush. Furthermore, the Altroz is also among the “Five-star” club for being one of the safest hatchbacks in the country. At the same time, it is among the bestselling hatchbacks in its segment.

As for the powertrain, the Tata Altroz has three engine options. There is a 1.2-litre petrol mill with 84bhp and 113Nm of torque, the same engine as the Tata Punch, Tigor, and Tiago. Then comes the 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol engine that produces 108bhp and 140Nm of torque. The last option caters to diesel buyers. The Tata Altroz’s price for the diesel variant starts at Rs 7.85 lakh for the XE Plus Diesel. You can visit the autoX website to check the on-road price of this vehicle in your region.

So, the Altroz gets a 1.5-litre diesel engine that churns out 89bhp and 200Nm of torque! That’s a lot of torque for a car of its size. The performance of this vehicle has proven to be promising. All the units have a standard five-speed manual, while the turbo variant has an optional six-speed DCT. Additionally, Altroz might get its EV iteration, which might enter the Indian market soon.

Moreover, as mentioned before, this hatchback boasts loads of features. They consist of ambient lighting, a Harman-sourced entertainment system, auto HVAC, and a semi-digital instrument cluster, among others. The top-of-the-line variant has a long list of features. The Altroz’s on-road price (Delhi) for the top variant will cost you approximately Rs 11.24 lakh. In addition, there is a Dark Edition, which gives the car’s look a sporty appeal. This edition is from XT trim onwards and upwards.

This hatchback competes with the Hyundai i20, Honda Jazz, Maruti Suzuki Baleno, and Toyota Glanza, to name a few.

Tata Nexon (Rs 7.60 lakh-14.08 lakh, Avg. Ex-showroom)

This car doesn’t need any introduction, but you cannot avoid knowing what it has to offer. The Tata Nexon also carries a five-star safety rating (by Global NCAP), making it one of the safest sub-compact SUVs in India. Considering the Tata Nexon’s price, it takes on the likes of the Kia Sonet, Hyundai Venue, Toyota Urban Cruiser, Nissan Magnite, and Renault Kiger, among others.

For starters, let’s talk about its electric iteration. The Nexon EV has been dominating the Indian EV market. Due to its popularity, the carmaker brought out several variants of the Nexon EV, all with different battery packs and improved ranges.

However, coming back to the ICE-powered engines, the Nexon has two engine options: a 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol and a 1.5-litre turbo-diesel unit that produce 120PS and 170Nm of torque, and 110PS and 260Nm of torque, respectively. As for transmission options, both engines get a standard six-speed manual and an optional six-speed AMT.

The Tata Nexon’s mileage ranges between 16.3 kmpl and 22 kmpl, claimed by ARAI.

However, the Nexon’s on-road price starts from Rs 8.60 lakh onwards for the entry-level variant, the XE. And it goes up to Rs 16.65 lakh for the top-most variant, the XZA Plus P Jet Edition AMT.

So, these are a few vehicles that you can consider from the portfolio of Tata Motors. There are also other models available in the market. To get a curated list of all models, including the upcoming Tata cars, write “Tata cars” on the search bar on the autoX website.

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