Tata Punch Variants Explained

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Tata Punch has been finally unveiled and as you know so far, it has been offered in four variants. While the Tata nomenclature generally goes like XE, XM, XT and XZ; this time around, Tata has gone with Pure, Adventure, Accomplished and Creative nomenclature. To make things simpler, we have done Tata Punch Variants Explained.

 

2021 Tata Punch Variants Explained

 

Tata Punch Variants Explained

 

As we stated earlier, Tata Punch is available in four variants - Pure, Adventure, Accomplished and Creative. All the variants are offered with a sole 1.2-litre NA petrol engine mated to a 5-speed manual. All the variants of the Punch get the option of the 5-speed AMT, save for the base Pure variant.

 

Tata Punch Pure

 

Tata Punch Variants Explained

 

The Pure is the base variant in the Punch lineup but comes packed with standard safety features. On the outside, we get halogen headlights, chrome humanity line, side cladding, LED indicators and more. On the inside, the Punch offers front power windows, tilt steering, central locking, 90-degree door opening and a flat floor for rear passengers. In terms of safety, we get dual airbags, ABS with EBD, ISOFIX, brake sway control and cornering stability control. The Tata Punch Pure is only available with manual transmission option.

 

Tata Punch Adventure

The Tata Punch Adventure is the second base variant in the lineup and it gets some exciting kit. On the outside, the changes are the inclusion of full-size wheel covers and body-coloured ORVMs and door handles. On the inside, we get floating 4-inch infotainment with 4 speakers, all four power windows, flip key, electric adjustment for ORVMs, anti-glare IRVM, steering mounted controls, USB charging port and follow-me-home headlights. From the Adventure variant onwards, all the variants come with both 5-speed manual and AMT options.

 

Tata Punch Accomplished

Tata Punch Accomplished is the second top variant in the lineup and it brings in the highlighting tech of the SUV. On the outside, we get fog lamps that also double up as cornering lamps, 15-inch hyper styled wheels and LED taillights. On the inside, the changes are more prominent in the form of 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment with Android Auto and Apple Car Play, cruise control, 2 tweeters, driver seat height adjustment, push-button start/stop and more. The AMT option of the Punch also comes exclusively with Traction Pro that helps the Punch to tackle various terrains with ease.

 

Tata Punch Creative

Tata Punch Creative is the top variant in the lineup and it comes packed with a ton of features. On the outside, we get rain-sensing wipers, automatic headlights, 16-inch machine-cut alloy wheels, roof rails, LED DRLs, shark fin antenna, rear washer and wiper with defogger. On the inside, we get a semi-digital instrument cluster, cooled glove box, automatic climate control, puddle lamps, rear-seat armrest and more.

Tata has laid out the features in each of the variants very sensibly. However, for those who want to customise their Punch as per the needs, Tata Motors offers four customisation packs with different sets of features that can be opted by the buyers as per the needs. Tata Motors will release the pricing of the Punch on October 20th whereas the bookings are currently open.

 

If you found this article useful, make sure to check out more interesting reads on the Carorbis blog and also read Spec Comparison: Citroen C3 Vs Tata Punch

 

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Amit Saraswat

Amit Saraswat

Born and brought up in Agra, he grew up reading magazines more than textbooks. With a keen interest in cars, he decided to make his future in automotive journalism and is currently handling content at Carorbis.

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