Planning To Buy The New Tata Punch? See These 5 Pros And Cons First

Tata Motors has launched the new Punch micro SUV in India, priced at ₹ 5.49 lakh to ₹ 9.09 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The car was first revealed to us as the HBX concept at Auto Expo 2020 and since then the micro SUV has been one of Tata Motors' most awaited products. The automaker, which began accepting bookings for the Punch on October 4, 2021, says the micro SUV has bagged the highest bookings compared to any other Tata model. So if you are planning to buy the new Tata Punch, we would ask you to check out these 5 pros and cons before you make that final decision.

Tata Punch


    • Tata Motors promised that the production version of the Tata Punch would remain identical to the HBX concept, and the company kept its promise. Borrowing cues from the Nexon, Harrier, and Safari, the new Punch has the proportions and stance of an SUV. This is what will attract customers.

Tata Punch


    • At this point, more than a con, we wished Punch had a turbocharged petrol engine on offer. While the 1.2-liter Revotron is a refined engine, a more powerful petrol turbo would have sweetened the deal. Given that Tata already offers one with the Altorz, it was supposed to at least come with the high-end trims.

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