Tata launched the Punch micro SUV on the market a few months ago. Tata Punch is currently Tata’s entry-level SUV and it has received a divine response from customers. Deliveries of the all-new Punch have already started and aftermarket accessories for the car have also started to arrive. Besides aftermarket accessories, Tata also offers a range of original accessories with Punch. Here we have a video which shows a modified Tata Punch with original accessories.

Video was uploaded by VIG AUTO ACCESSORIES on their YouTube channel. In this video, vlogger shows a range of accessories available for the Punch. The only time seen here in the video is the accomplished trim. The car comes with a decent number of features, but it still lacks features like alloy rims, spoiler, projector headlights, LED DRLs, and more.

The first accessory shown in the video are the alloy rims. Vlogger mentions that the cost of an alloy wheel is around Rs 9,900. Besides the alloy rims, Tata also offers accessories such as original door visors, roof mounted spoiler, silver front and rear skid plates, roof rails and many more. Vlogger also shows genuine seat covers available with Punch.

The car also receives accessories such as LED DRLs, projector headlights, etc. The cost of installing the roof mounted spoiler is around 5,000 and the seat cover costs over Rs 7,000. Several other accessories are available with the car and we have already featured some on our website. Tata Punch is currently the safest car in the country. It passed the Global NCAP crash test with a 5-star rating. This makes Tata Punch compete with cars like Mahindra KUV100 and Maruti Ignis in the segment.

What sets Tata Punch apart from its competitors are the looks. The micro SUV looks a lot more muscular due to its Tata Harrier inspired front look. The Punch has a big boy design with a muscular front and rear that make it look like an SUV. Tata offers Punch with a single engine option. There is a 1.2 liter, three cylinder, naturally aspirated petrol engine. The engine generates 86 Ps and 113 Nm of maximum torque.

The car is available with a 5-speed manual transmission and an AMT transmission option. The AMT version of the Punch comes with a Traction Pro mode that actually redirects power from one wheel to the other in case one of the front wheels of the Punch gets stuck. Tata offers features such as City and Eco driving modes, dual airbags, Idle Start Stop system and ABS as standard. Higher variants benefit from Harman’s touchscreen infotainment system.

According to reports, Suzuki is also developing a new mini-SUV. The next mini or micro SUV will be based on Swift Sport. It is likely to be called Swift Cross. As of yet, it is not clear whether the Swift Sport-based mini-SUV will be offered in the Indian market or not, as we are not getting the Swift Sport here in India.