Tata Altroz XE Rhythm Variant Walkaround, Gets Factory-fitted Audio System

by Mohit Bhardwaj | 05/07/2020
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Finally, here's a walkaround video of the XE trim of Tata Altroz with Rhythm pack. It gets a set of official accessories fitted from the factory as a part of the Rhythm pack.

Tata Altroz has turned out to be a great product for the Indian manufacturer. It has been constantly coming up as the best-selling Tata car since February this year. The Altroz is offered in a total of 5 variants, namely XE, XM, XT, XZ, and XZ+. However, Tata Motors also offers some pre-defined packs for the Altroz, choosing which consumers can get additional equipment on their car. The best part about these packs is the additional accessories that come fitted from the factory itself. Also, for every different variant, Tata Motors has designed different accessory packs. For the base-spec XE trim, the only pack available is the ‘Rhythm’ pack.

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Here’s a walkaround video of the XE trim with Rhythm pack, which we across on the YouTube channel of Car Quest, in the video, the host explains the changes that Altroz XE trims gets with the Rhythm pack. Although, the changes are minimal and restricted to the car’s interior. With the Rhythm pack in place, base-spec Altroz gets a 3.5-inch TFT backlit LCD for the infotainment unit just like the XM trim, along with 4 speakers.

In the stock form, the XE trim is not offered with any music system at all. Also, the XM trim gets this small 3.5-inch screen for the infotainment display with just 2 speakers on board. Along with the audio system, the Rhythm pack also comprises of a dual-tone horn and a remote key with central locking. Talking of the cost that one needs to pay for the Rhythm pack, it is Rs. 25,000 only.

Tata Altroz XE Rhythm Variant Walkaround, Gets Factory-fitted Audio System

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Tata offers Altroz with 2 engine options – 1.2L petrol and 1.5L diesel. The smaller petrol is a 3-pot N/A motor that has been designed to put out a peak power output of 86 PS and max torque of 113 Nm. It is the same unit as seen on the lesser Tiago and Tigor, but gets a secondary balancer shaft here to boast of reduced NVH levels. The oil burner, on the other hand, comes from the bigger Nexon and is a 4-cylinder turbocharged setup. It produces peak power and torque outputs of 90 PS and 200 Nm, respectively. The transmission duties on both of these engines can only be had performed by a 5-speed manual gearbox.

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