Tata Motors’ Altroz is the company’s answer to the Maruti Suzuki Baleno, Hyundai i20, and Honda Jazz. The Tata Altroz, like the premium hatchbacks it competes with, measures just under 4m (3,990mm to be exact) to qualify as a small car’ but promises big car levels of space, refinement, and comfort.
The Altroz is the first model to be built on Tata’s ALFA (for Agile, Light, Flexible, and Advanced) architecture followed by Tata Punch micro SUV. Along with the OMEGA arc (which underpins the Harrier), the ALFA arc will serve as the foundation for a slew of new Tatas in the future. The modular architecture can support a wide range of body styles ranging in length from 3.7m to 4.3m and was designed with electrification in mind. Some of the features that will be shared by cars, SUVs, and MPVs built on the ALFA arc platform include doors that open 90 degrees and a flat rear floor.
Altroz comes with a 2-year and 75000 km standard warranty and the option of an extended warranty ranging from 3 years to 5 years.
Tata Motors is providing three labor-free services in its first year.
1st Service – 2 Months or 2000 Kms, whichever comes first.
2nd Service – 6 Months or 7500 Kms, whichever comes first
3rd Service – 1 Year or 15000 Kms, whichever comes first.