Tata Punch is all set to launch on 18th October 2021. And, if you’re still wondering whether it is a good choice or not, let me tell you, Tata Punch has scored a 5-star rating for the adult occupancy and a 4-star rating for the child occupancy at Global NCAP crash testing. This crash test also makes the Punch one of the very few cars that have been able to score a 4-star rating at the Global NCAP.
What are the key takeaways from Tata Punch Global NCAP crash test rating?
- Tata Punch has STABLE bodyshell integrity which means that the SUV can withstand further loading after the crash.
- The protection offered for the driver and passenger’s neck and head was good. As you can see, the majority of adult protection is in the green zone.
- The Punch tested on Global NCAP had dual-front airbags, Seat Belt Reminders (SBR), front seatbelt pretensioners, ABS with EBD, and ISOFIX child seat anchors, all of which are offered as standard.
- All of this helped the Punch to score a 5-star rating for the adult occupancy and a 4-star rating for the child occupancy.
Tata Punch: Worth Buying?
We can expect the Punch to cost around Rs. 4.99 lakhs for the base variant. With all the offroading capabilities (even though it is a front-wheel-drive SUV and not a full AWD or 4WD SUV), host of safety features, enough cabin space, and a decent amount of features make Tata Punch a good buy. Punch is going to launch on the 18th of October, 2021 and the bookings are open for Rs. 21,000 from dealerships or the online website.
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