Customers are very excited about Tata Punch
In the Indian market, Tata has got the entry of its latest vehicle i.e. Tata Punch. Every customer knows how high the price of petrol is at present. In such a situation, customers are focusing more on those vehicles which have more mileage. In such a situation, today we will tell you about the mileage test of the upcoming Tata Punch. You will be surprised to see the performance of this vehicle in the mileage test.
The video has been uploaded by Bani Punia on her YouTube channel. Bunny started the fuel economy drive early in the morning when there were few vehicles on the road. He took the car to a petrol station, filled the fuel tank and then started his journey. He reset the trip meter to know how many kilometers he had covered. For this economy run, the Tata Punch was run on Eco mode.
Test done on city and highway
He started the journey in the city and then started moving towards the highway via Gurugram. As it was morning, the city roads were quite empty and the car was moving at a speed of 60-70 kmph. After covering a distance of 23.5 km on the trip meter, the car’s display was showing a fuel economy of 24.6 kmpl. Cruise control was set at 65 kmph. He soon joined the highway and the car was maintaining a speed between 65-70 kmph.
After completing around 50 kms, the display was already showing a fuel economy of 26.2 kmpl. By then heavy vehicles had started coming on the road and traffic had also started on the road. In this fuel economy run, the bunny drove the Tata Punch inside the city and straight on the highway. Soon he left the city streets and joined the highway. At the 100 km mark, the punch was on display showing a fuel economy of 26.5 kmpl.
Mileage got strong
The fuel mileage shown on the display does not always give accurate figures, there is a small margin of error on the readings. Bunny drove the vehicle for about 182.4 kms and the display showed an economy of 25.8 kmpl. He took the car to a fuel station and refilled the fuel tank. Tata Punch took 6.75 liters of petrol to cover a distance of 182.4 km. In this case, it gives a mileage of 27.02 km in one liter of petrol.
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