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For the festive season, Tata Motors has introduced a limited edition of its sub-compact SUV. Called the Nexon Kraz, the variant gets a few aesthetic revisions to make it stand out. For starters, it gets a new black paintjob with neon green highlights on the grille, wing mirrors and wheelcaps, as well as a badge on the boot. The neon green highlights can be found on the inside as well, underlining the AC vents. Also new is the gloss black insert under the dash that replaces the grey in the standard Nexon. The limited edition is available in two trims - Kraz (based on XM) and Kraz+ (based on XT) - that cost an additional Rs 24,000 over the variant they’re based on.
Tata Nexon Variants
- Petrol (11 Variants)
- Diesel (11 Variants)
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The claimed ARAI mileage for the Tata Nexon petrol is 17 kmpl, and for the Tata Nexon diesel is 21 kmpl.
Editor's View of Tata Nexon
Funky looks grab a lot of attention: elements such as the dual-tone roof and the large 16-inch alloys stand out, Harman-tuned 8-speaker music system is a delight; easily the best in class, Practicality isn't compromised on - the cabin, as well as the boot, is spacious, Punchy diesel engine offers a nice blend of fun and frugality
1.2-litre turbo-petrol is noisy; feels uninvolving to drive, Few rough edges inside-out need ironing out
The Nexon brings a dose of freshness to the compact-SUV game. There's a lot to like including the design, features and the diesel engine. But, there are a few gremlins Tata needs to address with respect to fit and finish, so do keep an eye out for that.
Tata Nexon Comparisons
|Features||Tata Nexon Rs. 6.23 lakh View On Road Price|
|Fuel Capacity||44 Liters|
Maruti Vitara Brezza Rs. 7.58 lakh Compare with Nexon Diesel 1248 cc 24.3 kmpl 48 Liters 328-litres
Ford EcoSport Rs. 7.82 lakh Compare with Nexon Petrol 1497 cc 17 kmpl 52 Liters 352-litres
Maruti Baleno Rs. 5.38 lakh Compare with Nexon Petrol 1197 cc 21.4 kmpl 37 Liters 339-litres
Hyundai Creta Rs. 9.50 lakh Compare with Nexon Petrol 1591 cc 15.8 kmpl 55 Liters 400-litres
Honda WRV Rs. 7.79 lakh Compare with Nexon Petrol 1199 cc 17.5 kmpl 40 Liters 363 Litres
Renault Duster Rs. 7.99 lakh Compare with Nexon Petrol 1498 cc 14.19 kmpl 50 Liters 475-litres
Maruti S-Cross Rs. 8.85 lakh Compare with Nexon Diesel 1248 cc 25.1 kmpl 48 Liters 353-litres
Honda Amaze Rs. 5.81 lakh Compare with Nexon Petrol 1199 cc 19.5 kmpl 35 Liters 420Liters
Maruti Swift Rs. 4.99 lakh Compare with Nexon Petrol 1197 cc 22 kmpl 37 Liters 268 Liters
Renault Captur Rs. 10.00 lakh Compare with Nexon Petrol 1498 cc 13.87 kmpl 50 Liters 392 Litres
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Tata Nexon Highlights
Tata Motors changed the way we looked at the Indian carmaker when it first showcased the Nexon. It might have been a bit rough around the edges when we first drove it, but it also showcased just how far Tata Motors had progressed since it ventured into the passenger vehicle space in India back in 1991. The issues we found with the Nexon petrol manual were rectified in the petrol AMT, a clear indication that Tata seems to be on the right path. The Nexon has always been a looker and the new Etna Orange paint is bound to turn even more heads. The quality of the interiors is pretty impressive, especially in terms of the choice of materials and their soft-touch feel. The Tata Nexon is powered by a set of new-age powertrains: a 110PS/170Nm, 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol engine; and a 110PS/260Nm, 1.5-litre turbocharged diesel engine. Both engines are available with the choice of a 6-speed manual and a 6-speed AMT. The Nexon is the only car in its segment to offer an AMT with both petrol and diesel powertrains. To commemorate Nexon’s first anniversary in India, Tata also introduced the Kraz (pronounced ‘crazy) trim in two variants, Kraz and Kraz+. Both variants are available with both petrol and diesel engine options and are based on the XM and XT variants respectively. Priced between Rs 6.22-10.66 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), the Nexon has primarily got the Maruti Vitara Brezza in its crosshairs along with the Ford Ecosport and Mahindra TUV.
Exterior and Interior
At first look, it's hard to say that Tata's latest SUV falls under four metres in length. Its voluptuous design and the use of vibrant colours on the outside make it look striking. Speaking of the design, it has been kept really close to the 2014 concept. The white band which runs along the side, on the boot lid and underlines the fog lamps really livens up the look. The dual-tone roof along with a rising shoulder line and a sloping roofline makes it look sporty as well. As far as exterior design is concerned, the Nexon is arguably the best looking sub-4m SUV out there. And the aesthetic appeal of the Nexon is only enhanced by the new Etna Orange and dark grey paint scheme. In addition, the recently introduced Kraz variants add a bit of funk to its exterior design by merging a black and grey colour scheme with lime green accents.
Tata has really put in a lot of thought to the design, but not so much in terms of practicality. The cabin looks premium with the use of good plastics, a three-tone colour scheme, floating infotainment display and a high centre console. Plus, the infotainment system now comes with Apple CarPlay, whereas it was available only with Android Auto earlier. But bits like the deep and narrow storage, lack of proper cup holders and a narrow opening for the USB port are quite troublesome. The seats are really comfortable and both the head/legroom are adequate. The 350-litre boot is accommodating, and the 60:40 split available on the top-spec XZ+ variant just adds to its versatility.
The Tata Nexon is offered with two engine options. There is a 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol motor which produces 110PS/170Nm and a 1.5-litre diesel engine which churns out 110PS/260Nm. Both engines come mated to a 6-speed manual or AMT gearbox. Additionally, both SUVs get multiple driving modes - City, Eco, and Sport - which alter the way the engines deliver power. Speaking of which, the diesel engine has a nice and linear power output in both manual and AMT versions. The petrol manual, though, feels a bit spiky in the city and needs you to constantly play with the gears. Tata has fixed that issue with the AMT version. The power delivery feels smoother and the lag is virtually unnoticeable as well.
The Tata Nexon is now available in seven variants - XE, XM, XT and XZ+, XZA+ (AMT) and Kraz and Kraz+, all of which are available with both petrol and diesel engine options. Dual tone colours are available in the XZ+, Kraz and XZA+ variants only. Etna Orange is available with just the AMT versions while the Trosmo black and grey is available with the Kraz variants only. The base XE is priced at Rs 6.22 lakh for the petrol and Rs 7.25 lakh for the diesel. The top-end manual XZ+ (dual-tone) variant is priced at Rs 9.08 lakh for the petrol and Rs 9.89 lakh for the diesel. The petrol XZA+ (dual-tone) is priced at Rs 9.69 lakh, while the diesel AMT is priced at Rs 10.66 lakh. The Kraz variants on the other hand are priced between Rs 7.14 lakh and Rs 8.64 lakh. The XM variant in the lineup comes out as the most value for money as it offers features like remote central locking, reverse parking sensors, electrically adjustable ORVMs, rear power windows and a music system with four speakers.
Maruti Vitara Brezza: Arguably the best package in the segment, the Vitara Brezza is built for India and has everything that the average buyer wants, and nothing less. The 1.3-litre diesel is now offered with an AMT (read the review here) as well. The 5-speed manual transmission and a rather stiff suspension setup work very well to give you a sporty drive. Not to mention, it has all the space you will ever need.
Ford EcoSport: The Ecosport is the oldest member of the sub-4 metre SUV family and the recent facelift along with the addition of new engines and variants has refreshed its appeal further. It looks like a sporty little SUV and it particularly shines in the handling and safety department. The engines on offer pack everything a buyer could hope for - strong performance combined with impressive efficiency. Sadly, there is no automatic on offer with the diesel motor, while the petrol-AT combo is priced at quite a premium.
Honda WR-V: Honda was the last to enter this space. The WR-V is based on the Jazz, but that’s where their similarities end. It gets a lot of goodies that include a sunroof, aggressive looks, high ground clearance and a big boot. Did we mention it has a sunroof?
The Tata Nexon is a little late to the party, but it has arrived well prepared. The SUV is sorted mechanically with two powerful engines. Plus, it now comes with AMT options for both petrol and diesel engines. It also gets an infotainment system which supports both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. There is no dearth of space either and the cabin is comfortable enough for longer journeys. With the aggressive pricing, the Nexon is one of the most value for money SUVs out there.
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Features & Styling4.5
Excellent Average, Average Maintenance Cost, Need to improve customer Services Excellent Average, Average Maintenance Cost, Need to improve customer Services
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Nexon AMT petrol is pethatic to drive. It is super failute. Dealer hide the fact that in AMT the pick up drops from low to high. How one can drive in Nexon AMT petrol is pethatic to drive. It is super failute. Dealer hide the fact that in AMT the pick up drops from low to high. How one can drive in Hill area could be unsafe too. Extremely bbad experience
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