Tata Altroz’s new XE+ trim is top of the entry-level XE variant, priced at Rs. The petrol option is 6.35 million rupees. The diesel model is 755,000.

The new Tata Altroz ​​XE+ variant is up to Rs. 50,000 more expensive than basic decoration XE

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The new Tata Altroz ​​XE+ variant is up to Rs. 50, more expensive than basic decoration XE

Tata Motors quietly added a new low-spec trim to India’s Altroz ​​variant series. The new XE+ trim is located above the entry-level XE variant, and the gasoline option is priced at 635, rupees and the diesel model is priced at 755,000 rupees (both in the former showroom, Delhi). The new variant was only added to the list earlier this week and it is 50.000 rupees more expensive than the basic decoration XE. With the addition of new models, Altroz ​​now has a total of 7 models, including gasoline and diesel engine options, as well as Dark and iTurbo interiors premium hatchbacks.

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In order to add extra to the XE decoration of Tata Altroz, the new XE+ variant has gained many additional features

The new Tata Altroz ​​XE+ variant is largely similar to the XE variant, but the extra premium, you do get many additional features. The list includes-a new 3.5-inch infotainment display with 4 speakers, FM/AM, Bluetooth and AUX-IN connections, and a USB fast charger. The new variant also gets remote keyless entry, automatic folding mirrors with manual adjusters, electric temperature control instead of manual AC, and follow me home and find my car functions. The rest of the functions are the same as the basic XE interior.

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Engine options for the Altroz ​​XE+ variant include 1.2-liter Revotron gasoline and 1.5-liter Revotorq diesel engines. The former can be adjusted to produce peak torques of 85 bhp and 113 Nm, while the oil burner can produce peak torques of 89 bhp and 200 Nm. Both engines are equipped with a 5-speed manual transmission as standard.

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