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Tata Nexon

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Tata Nexon summary

Tata Motors showcased the Nexon prototype for the first time in the 2014 Auto Expo. The Nexon grabbed a lot of attention owing to its stylish design, which looked quite fresh. In the 2016 Auto Expo, Tata Motors revealed the production-spec model of the Nexon.

The first generation Nexon was finally launched in the Indian market in the year 2017. The Nexon was based on the same XI platform that the Indica Vista was based on. The Nexon did manage to get some traction in the Indian market; however, certain flaws stopped it from becoming a hit. The Tata Nexon took the market by storm when in 2018, Global Ncap revealed the five-star crash test rating of the Nexon, making it the safest compact SUV in India.

Tata motors did an incredible job by launching the facelifted version of the Nexon in 2020, which seemed to have sorted out most of the Nexon's flaws. Tata Motors even launched a dark edition trim of the Nexon, Altroz, and Harrier. Currently, the Tata Nexon is one of the best-selling compact SUVs in India.

The Tata Nexon offers buyers the choice of two engine options: a 1.2L (1199 cc) three-cylinder turbocharged Revotron petrol engine that makes 120 hp and 170 Nm, and a 1.5 (1497 cc) litre four-cylinder turbocharged Revotorq diesel engine that produces 110 hp and 260 Nm.

The Tata Nexon is available in both petrol and diesel. A fully electric version of the Nexon called the Nexon EV is also available.

Both Petrol and Diesel variants of the Nexon have 6-speed manual/6-speed AMT transmission.

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res only cosmetic updates. The complete black-themed interior and silver beltline at the exterior adds another charm to its beauty. For sure, this dark edition of the TATA Nexon is no less than a blessing for those who are head over heels with the Black colour, which looks way more dashing with its darting headlights and signature tail lamps, at night.

The Tata Nexon is offered in a host of variant options. The manual variants include XE, XM, XM(S), XZ, XZ Plus, XZ Plus dual-tone, XZ Plus (O), XZ Plus (O) dual-tone, XZ Plus Dark Edition, and XZ Plus (O) Dark Edition. Meanwhile, the automatic variants include XMA, XMA (S), XZA Plus, XZA Plus dual-tone, XZA Plus Dark Edition, XZA Plus (S), XZA Plus dual-tone (S), XZA Plus (O), XZA Plus (O) dual-tone, and XZA Plus (O) Dark Edition.

TATA Nexon offers 6 different color variants to its buyers which are as follows: Foliage Green, Pure Silver, Flame Red, Daytona Grey, Calgary White, and Atlas Black.

There are numerous cars available to the buyers under the same segment, which can easily snatch Nexon’s customer base. Namely, a few of such cars available are – Vitara Brezza, Ecosport, Duster, Venue, Sonet, TUV300, Creta, etc.

Top Features of the Tata Nexon include Auto Projector headlamps, LED DRLs, Auto wipers, Cruise Control, Automatic climate control, 7.0-inch touch-screen infotainment system, Connected car tech, Digital Instrument clutter, Keyless go, power-folding side mirrors, Sunroof, and driver seat height adjustability.

The Tata Nexon is available in a total of 44 variants, and the pricing starts at Rs 7.28 lakh (ex-showroom) for the base XE trim and goes up to Rs 13.23 lakh (ex-showroom) for the top of the line Nexon XZA Plus (O) Dark Edition Diesel trim.

Tata Nexon Price in India

CityEx Showroom Price
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New Delhi10,19,271










Tata Nexon PRO’s & CON’s

  • Things We Like
  • Things we don’t like

Safest car with a 5-star safety rating from Global NCAP.

Stiff suspension setup and adequate steering response make the Nexon handle like a charm.

Affordable maintenance cost.

Multi-drive modes namely, Eco/City/Sport.

Stylish exterior design.

Appreciable practicality and comfort level.

Punchy mid-range performance in the diesel engine.

Comparatively less mileage as per other similar cars.

Comparatively weak bottom-end power from the petrol engine.

Gear shifts are not very self.

Hike in price after the facelift. This could be a reason for few buyers who are very strict with their budget.

Poor ride quality over bad roads due to stiff suspension setup.

Both petrol and diesel engines struggle in the top end.

The brightness of the touchscreen infotainment system and digital instrument cluster is quite low, making it difficult to read during the daytime.

When compared to its rivals, the Tata Nexon comes out to be a fairly value-for-money package. It passes away its rivals on safety, space, and practicality aspects. In contrast, it falls considerably behind rivals like the Venue and Sonnet in terms of the equipment list and its not so punchy 1.2-litre petrol engine. However, rivals like Venue, XUV 300, and Sonnet also cost more than the Nexon.

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Talking about safety, the Nexon gets a 5-star crash test rating from Global Ncap, making it the safest in its segment. Safety features on the Nexon include dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, Traction control, Roll-over mitigation, Hill hold control, Brake assist, Isofix child seats, height-adjustable seat belts, and reverse parking assist. Keeping the price range in mind, the Tata Nexon offers a lot of bang for your buck. The facelift addressed all the major cons of this vehicle. The Nexon looks imposing on the outside with its SUV-like high bonnet and angry styling elements. It has an upscale cabin and an impressive equipment list, and athletic driving dynamics. But most importantly, it is the safest SUV in the sub-4 meter segment. What lets the Nexon a bit down is its powertrain options. Though 120 hp looks quite convincing on paper, the petrol engine just fails to deliver the expected kind of performance. However, that is no deal-breaker, as the Nexon still makes a lot of sense.

The Nexon simply dominates its competitors as far as safety and practicality are concerned. The dual-tone colour cabin feels incredibly spacious, and comfort features like driver seat height adjustability, keyless go, automatic climate controls, and sunroof further enhance the cabin experience.

The driving experience of the Tata Nexon is quite a mixed bag. While its great steering feedback and suspension setup make it quite dynamic, its engine and gearbox let it down. For starters, both the engines only have a powerful mid-range and struggle both in the low and top-end range.

The Tata Nexon is the perfect car for people looking for a no-nonsense family car that ranks high in safety.

Tata Nexon key specification

  • Features
  • Specifications

Body Type SUV

Fuel Type Diesel

ARAI Mileage 21.5 kmpl

City Mileage 18.5 kmpl

Seating Capacity 5

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  • Petrol
  • Diesel
Service No.Kms/MonthsType/Cost
Service No.Kms/MonthsType/Cost

1st Service1500/1Free

2nd Service10000/12Free

3rd Service20000/24Free

4th Service30000/36Free

5th Service40000/48Free