Take a look at this video wherein a Tata Altroz owner is sharing his 5,000 km long ownership of his possession which he bought in July last year.
Tata Altroz is a looker from all the angles. For this reason, it is managing to attract a lot of consumers for itself. It has been on sale for over a year now, and we have started receiving questions about it. To answer all of these questions, we managed to find out a YouTube video from the channel of Arun Panwar, where an Altroz owner is sharing an ownership experience of his car. The car belongs to Anshul, who hails from Haryana. He has clocked over 5,000 km on the odometer of his Altroz, which was bought in July last year. It is the range-topping XZ+ trim and is powered by the 1.2L Revotron petrol motor. In the video, the host can be seen asking a slew of questions to the Altroz owner.
The first question that Altroz owner answers is why he chose the Altroz over its rivals. To which he replies that Altroz is the safest car in its segment and offers decent fuel efficiency. He also took a test drive of the Maruti Baleno and Hyundai Elite i20 but dropped the idea of getting home either one of them. The Baleno was rejected for its not-so-great crash test rating, whereas the Elite i20 was rejected for its poor mileage.
The host then asks the owner, if he ever felt that Altroz lags the punchy power delivery of the Baleno and engine refinement of the Elite i20. The Altroz owner marks his agreement on the same. But he adds that his primary requirements were the 5-star crash test rating, great mileage, and comfy interior. And Altroz has been kind enough on all of these parameters. However, he claims that initially he was rewarded with a mileage of 8 kmpl on highways, which increased with the increasing odometer readings.
Also, the clutch action was laggy when the car was new, but it has been addressed with the new ECU update. For the high-speed stability, the owner praises his Altroz a lot, however, he feels that fit and finish levels on the inside could’ve been better. He sums up his ownership review by saying that the Altroz makes for a great purchase for those who are looking to buy a good-looking, comfortable hatchback, but can comprise on the power delivery. Well, we believe that new Altroz iTurbo trim now offers the punch that the owner is missing in his NA petrol-powered Tata Altroz.