Specifications Summary of Tata Nexon
|Mileage (ARAI) kmpl :||17 Kmpl to 21 Kmpl|
|Gear Box :||6 Speed|
|Fuel Type :||Petrol / Diesel|
|Transmission :||Manual / Automatic|
|Length Width Height :||3994*1811*1607|
|Seating Capacity :||5|
|Boot Space :||350|
Tata Nexon Highlights
Tata Nexon prices start at Rs. 6.58 lakh for petrol and goes upto Rs. 10.20 lakh. The prices of Nexon diesel variants start at Rs. 7.59 lakh and the top-end diesel is priced at Rs. 11.10 lakh. Tata Nexon is available in 24 variants and 6 colours.
Tata Nexon variants include XE, XM, XT, XZ and XZ+. All of these variants are available with both engine options. If you want the AMT, that can be had in the mid-spec XM variant, and the top-spec XZ+ variant. The Nexon AMT variants are called XMA and XZA+. Tata also offers a Kraz (based on XM) and Kraz+ (based on XT) variant that feature an exclusive black paint job with neon green highlights.
The base-spec variant can be skipped as it packs nothing more than the essentials. Based on your budget, pick between the XM or the XT variant for most bang for buck. In the XM you get goodies such as steering-mounted audio controls, electric adjust for the ORVMs, and reverse parking sensors. The XT adds some more convenience in the form of automatic climate control, rear AC vents and electric-fold for the mirrors. With the XZ, you get some more bling in the form of projector headlamps, a touchscreen infotainment system and an 8-speaker audio system. The top-spec XZ+ variant rounds things off by adding finishing touches like daytime running lamps, alloy wheels, keyless entry and push-button start.
Tata’s Nexon can be had with two engines — a 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol, and a 1.5-litre diesel. Pick the petrol and you get 110PS/170Nm to play with. Opt for the diesel and there’s 110PS and 260Nm at your disposal. Both engines get the option of a 6-speed manual, or a 6-speed AMT. Notably, the Nexon is the only compact SUV to offer the optional AMT with both petrol and diesel engines. Further, you also get three driving modes, namely Eco, City and Sport. Between the two, we like the diesel for its extra torque. If you’re tilting in favour of the petrol motor, get the AMT - it just drives better than the manual.
Nexon Exterior and Interior
Tata’s Nexon stays true to the concept it’s based on. The shape, size and surfacing has remained virtually unchanged, and only the showcar bits like the humongous wheels, and fancy lights have given way to what’s usable on a daily basis. This might not be your traditional boxy SUV, but it does demand a lot of attention. If you see one on the road, especially in a bright shade like red, blue or orange, we’re sure you’ll give it a second look. The projector headlamps with daytime running lamps, machine-finished 16-inch alloy wheels and LED tail lamps lend the Nexon some flair. We also like the use of the ceramic finishers under the window line and the use of dark grey on the boot lid.
Inside the cabin, there’s an intuitive design that wows at first glance. But, there are snafus when it comes to practicality. For instance, the USB port is hard to reach, the central cubby is deep and narrow and you don’t get proper cup holders either. But these are quirks you’ll learn to live with pretty easily. On the features front, the Nexon doesn’t disappoint. There’s a 6.5-inch touchscreen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, a reverse camera, steering-mounted audio controls, rear AC vents and a Harman audio system. We’ve got no complaints on the space front, and the 350-litre boot is more than adequate too. Safety features include dual airbags, anti-lock brakes (ABS) with EBD and ISOFIX child seat mounts. All of these features are offered as standard.
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 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?
Eyeing Tata’s Nexon? Go for it. It’s well built, safe and reasonably good to drive. You’ll have to live with a few quirks in the interior, and some unpolished bits and bobs here and there, though.
Tata Nexon Variants Price List
- Petrol (12 Variants)
- Diesel (12 Variants)
Tata Nexon Latest Updates
The Tata Nexon facelift has been spotted testing multiple times, and the latest spy shots show the revised front fascia of the compact SUV. The test mule seen here didn’t feature any changes to its profile and rear-end, but tweaks to the interior are likely. The Nexon facelift is also likely to get BS6-compliant engines. Tata also has the Nexon EV up its sleeve - the first car to come with Tata’s Ziptron technology. Both models are expected to be launched at the Auto Expo 2020. The upgraded engines and exteriors are sure to demand a higher price than the Nexon’s current Rs 6.58 lakh starting price.
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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.
Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Nexon
- "Hi,While other things are subjective there is one thing here that is not right. Petrol engines are not cleaner than diesel it is the diesel that is more efficient and clean. The recent changes have come based on different debates about this question.All European cars used to be petrol with some brands never offering diesel variants. Then it was found that diesel is efficient and cleaner than petrol and this brought about the major shift which the carmakers went with when changing to Diesel.The thing is that diesel is on standard terms less harmful as the exhaust contains only one harmful thing which is PM.A Petrol Engine engine gives out quite a few pollutants and there are carcinogens present in the fumes too. A catalytic converter is used to treat the exhaust from the engine to refine it and reduce the noxious gasses and pm levels to lower than allowed max levels to keel it running. Even the catalytic converter in itself causes pollution and has carcinogens too as it degrades with time.A diesel engine runs cleaner than a petrol engine without having to use a catalytic convertor. This is the kind of flip flop which takes place with everything and the perception around it. Diesel came in because of efficiency and not for the mileage or cheaper fuel because the luxury sedans are not bought by people looking at a mileage or how much they'll save running a diesel because of price. The prices are not different in other countries.What changed is that now they started a witchhunt about diesel and advocated petrol as per claims diesel is very polluting. This is only partly true because diesel has particulate matter in the exhaust but that is the only harmful thing in it while a petrol engine has harmful gases and other carcinogens which are reduced using a catalytic convertor and this new approach has led to the decision of our courts to define a healthy life of a vehicle. A vehicle's health depends on everything other than its age. But the courts ordered that limit be based on years and also incorrectly ordered that diesel will run for only 10 yrs.I have a very good example of the reason I'm pointing it out here. I have a 2010 mid-December Tata Vista Quadrajet, the Aura plus variant that is BSIV compliant. I bought the diesel because I knew I would be travelling out of the station every other day and thus chose to go for the diesel because of the price difference matters in that case. One of the answers above has actually put it across that diesel makes sense if you drive 60-70 km per day. Because if you don't run that much the price difference as well as the better fuel efficiency will not be enough to justify the higher price you will pay for diesel. As the prices are much higher. My car has done 70000 plus km in total even with the outstation trips every other day. So if I had not overestimated the running of my car it would have been cheaper to buy a petrol car and the money I would have saved would have been enough to run my car for more than a year on petrol.Now, my point is that my car is old by its date of purchase but at 70000 plus km on it would it be better than a car that did 300000 in 3 yrs or better? Its a no brainer that my car would be better as the engine and parts would not be as worn out as a 300000 km done car. It will be cleaner and healthier for sure.The law is based on logic, not perception.How did they decide that diesel should only run for ten years and petrol for 15? What data is this decision based on except some probably interested parties who come up and paint something black for their betterment?In fact, I remember that certain experts in the sciences dealing with environmental protection or anything related had conducted a study in Delhi where they recorded pollution levels in some generally crowded areas in different parts of Delhi. They then checked what the difference came to on days that are govt holidays or when there were restrictions not allowing heavy traffic into Delhi they expected to find a big difference as they were going with the idea the pollution is not due to private vehicles but because of the heavy vehicles going through every day and thus would reduce drastically whenever it is an off or closure of heavy traffic like trucks and trailers etc.They were surprised to see that there was hardly any difference and the little they could see would also be on account of less number of Pvt vehicles on the road.This actually put the argument and debate to rest and proved this idea that heavy vehicles are the cause because they use diesel. The procedure laid down by the law was that your first registration is valid for 15 years but that doesn't mean my car is going off the road to a junkyard. We have to go to the RTO and get our car inspected and the inspector then comes and checks various aspects like the safety features, physical condition etc of the car and if you keep your vehicle well you would get an extension on your existing registration for another few years but not fifteen but generally 5 yrs.There was nothing wrong with it and it is logical because this system was made by the people who introduced us to these conveniences of civilised society. : By Shantanu | 1 month ago
- 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. Moreover it depends on your daily car usage. If you are traveling less than 50-60km a day, opt for a petrol car instead of a diesel. With the extra Rs 1-1.50 lakh spent on a diesel purchase, you can actually drive a similar petrol car for as many as two years! So, do your math carefully. A diesel usually makes sense if you are driving above 60/70km a day. Talking about Ford EcoSport, it 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. Do take a test drive in order to judge your driving comfort. : By Zigwheels | 1 year ago
- 2 serious flaws in all nexon.If u start the car After 12-15 hours, switch on the blower and the A/C will switch ON automatically. Software issue. The idicator should turn off after the steering is turned beyond 45° but if u turn the steering in opposite direction it turns off even at 20°Both issues acknowledged but no solution since 1 year. Only excuses. Check doors from inside, lower portion begins to rust within 1 year.Pathetic car : By Sanjay | 4 months ago
- I can say it's very good. Travelled long distance of approx 2000km and it was quite pleasant. Travelled with my family and friends too. Every one say it's super comfy. Space is also good in the back. Leg space is also good. So from my perspective it's 5 out of 5 : By Devi | 6 months ago
- I am very much comfortable with ride quality of Nexon. It's kerb weight is more than 1200kg in pertrol and above 1300kg in deisel, so this provide more stability than brezza or other same segment cars. : By Rakesh | 5 months ago
- Ride quality is pretty impressive on the highways. Its a comparatively heavy machine , so you get a lot of confidence on the highway. Also the tyres help in the above cause. : By Siddharth | 6 months ago
- The XZ+ is the trim where you get all the bells and whistles that Tata has been touting. There are a lot of things to flaunt here, such as tambour door on the central console, DRLs, passive keyless entry, push-button start/stop, 16-inch alloys and more. Further, for a premium of around Rs 20,000, you get the dual-tone version, which really stands out compared to other models of the Nexon. The XZ+ trims do spike the desirability quotient manifold, but the asking price is slightly on the higher side. Overall, buy it if your budget allows as this trim offers one of the best packages in the sub-4m space. : By Zigwheels | 10 months ago
- @Sanjay sir, whats your problem?Need detail : By Siddharth | 3 months ago
- Stay away from tata cars. repenting buying a nexon. serious software and hardware issues which the company is ignoring. : By Sanjay | 4 months ago
- Comfortable driving, good front visibility, good road clearance, wide tires so good road grip, spacious inside, value for money, negative points low mileage, poor visibility of vehicles coming behind thru inside mirror. : By Ravin | 11 months ago
- Its a wonderful machine and value for money car go for it. Performance is very good. comfortable drive and long journey, power is awesome and safety is best in the segment and looks are amazing. : By Mayank | 4 months ago
- The car is overall really good apart from a very few negligible niggles... I'd suggest go for it : By Manas | 12 months ago
- Yes. It is available in XMA, XZA+ in both petrol and diesel variants : By Saravanan | 2 months ago
- Yes, Tata Nexon comes mated with Automatic transmission in its XMA, XZA Plus and XZA Plus Dual Tone trims. Click on the link to churn out more: https://bit.ly/2f45xDD : By Zigwheels | 1 year ago
- Yes : By Amit | 2 months ago
- 4 people very comfortable, 3 average size persons can sit comfortably in the back seat, but for 3 bulky people, it is not so comfort but enough leg space is there. : By Ravin | 11 months ago
- 5 seater very comfortable for 3 person sitting at the back. : By Lima | 11 months ago
- It's 5 seater and comfortable for three sitting at back : By Vineet | 11 months ago
- In dual tone you will get the roof of different colour mostly black. These colours: Glass glow grey, blue, white and silver these 4 colours looks amazing in Tata Nexon dual tone colour doesn't make any sense go with the normal colours. I am having The Glass glow grey and it looks amazing. Red and saffron colour just looks good in the picture. : By Mayank | 15 hours ago
- When two different colours have been used in the interior and exterior of a car, then its called a dual-tone model. Every colour has its own uniqueness and choosing a colour totally depends on individual choice. So, we would request you to discuss with your family so that you can finalize the colour to be purchased. : By Zigwheels | 1 month ago
- Blue : By Amit | 3 weeks ago
- YOUR QUES IS NOT CLEAR , ARE you EXCHANGE THE OLD MANUAL GEAR NEXON WITH NEW AUTOMATIC CAR , THAN YOU CAN ASK WITH YOUR DEALER THEY WILL HELP you FOR EXCHANGE THE SAME : By Sandeep | 1 day ago
- The Tata Nexon is already available in an automatic transmission in both petrol and diesel. : By Zigwheels | 1 month ago
- If you trust Tata its 22000rs approx for 5 years includes 3 free and 3 paid servicesfirst service-0 at 1500kms2nd 2500 at 100003rd 2500 at 200004th 6000at 300005th 4500 at 40000.does real problem starts after 50000 ?shocks clutch fuel gauges? : By Joshy | 1 day ago
- It is reliable and easy for pocket to maintain. For detailed information regarding service cost, We would suggest you to contact authorized dealership as they will be the better persons to assist you in this concern. Click on the given link to get your nearest dealership details: https://bit.ly/2rJrRu2 : By Zigwheels | 1 year ago
- My car have run only 7.5km just now in first service of 7000km the charged 500 for my wipers and service was very good : By Rishit | 1 month ago
- If you want poor safety , more service costs , more buying cost experience for the value but a little bit more mileage then go for Baleno. Otherwise the smartest choice is Nexon on any day. It is a small tank with value for money features and fun to drive experience. : By S | 2 days ago
- Both the cars are worthy to buy in their segments as both are packed with features that are in the list of a regular buyer. Buying one will depends on your requirement. If you want a car with with added ride height than opt for Nexon. On the other hand, Baleno is a premium Hatchback that provides hassle free driving in city. Do take a test drive in order to judge your driving comfort. : By Zigwheels | 1 year ago
- Dont compare that tin head baleno with nexon... baleno is best in class for mileage nd the brand name.. where as nexon is gaining its name by becoming first car in india to get 5 star crash test rating by ncap...so choice is yours.. : By Ansh | 11 months ago
- BOTH ARE GOOD SUV'S BUT IF YOU COMPARE THAN YOU FIND NEXON IS BETTER FOR SAFETY ,GROUND CLEARANCE AND GOOD MUSIC SYSTEM ALSO ECOSPORT LOOKS VERY GOOD AND AVAILABLE IN SINGLE TONE COLOUR , SO IT IS UP TO YOU WHAT YOU REQUIRE : By Sandeep | 3 days ago
- I did thorough research before Nexon. Accorsing to several carblogs and sites. Eco edged marginally over nexon only in handling. Given the styling, comfort, features, looks, Nexon was always better in all aspects. And now the safety which is widely appreciated. So nexon is obvious choice.Cheers : By Rahul | 4 months ago
- Tata Nexon offers great value for money and it scores high on style quotient too. EcoSport, on the other hand, comes together as better built SUV though it has its own share of shortcomings. So if you are constrained by a budget then Nexon will offer good value if not then go to EcoSport. : By Kumar | 1 year ago
- Tata nexon diesel is better than ecosport in every thing as of performance comfort build quality safety and every terms Tata Nexon is better so Go with the Nexon : By Mayank | 3 days ago
- Both are similar...if you have extra money you can goo for eco sport.... otherwise nexon : By Vedanshu | 13 hours ago
- If I had to choose on basis of drive pleasure I would go with Nexon Diesel. : By Devraj | 7 months ago
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Yes, it’s true the looks and features we became so much fan off, were not so smart features after all. In1plain and simple words the common-sense was totally missing from this vehicle.! Yes, you read it correctly,1the common sense is not their at all in TATA NEXON XZ+. First, the Dancing Mirrors…! Scenario:- You just1came out of your home and stepped in your car ….……as soon as you will push the “Start/Stop(SS) Button1only once…….your rear blower will start……? Dude I am sitting in the front…….you should have1started the front blowers….? As mostly it’s single passengers sitting in the Cars………so why the hell1in the world you are starting the rear blower first.? Strange it is……! Then for the Front blowers you1press the SS button once again……okay the Ignition is “ON” now, with front blowers….Good…….but1why the hell the Side View mirrors are opening……? I have not even started the car yet and maybe I was just1not going to go anywhere at all………but why the Side View mirrors are opening if I am not going1anywhere.….? Talked to TATA MOTORS……they said it’s a Welcome feature in Top variant……so can’t do1much about it…! Okay, then I closed the Rear view mirrors by pushing the inner controller downward….cool,1they are close now. Now, I start the Engine to go to my office by pressing the SS button(along with Clutch)1third time, engine starts….perfect…….Side View Mirrors open again…? Dude you just lost it…….It’s1insane……I am such a driver that never uses the Rear view mirrors, and always do the lane driving…….!1So, TATA engineers should have given some sort of disabling mechanism for Side View mirrors’ traumatic dance1moves again n again……! Keep it simple guys and don’t make a mess of such AI integration…….we are1humans and we don’t need such repeated welcomes by our daily ride……just for starting1engine…….twice……jeez.! Mockery of the SS Button? Suppose you have just reached somewhere, want to Stop1the car engine, and simply need to wait for someone……….and keep the Blower/ Fan “ON”……….dude1you need to press the SS button three times…….! Just to “Stop the Engine and keep the FAN ON”. Let me1do it for you…….First SS Button press shuts the ENGINE OFF(along with Ignition+ FAN+ Rear1Blower-everything “OFF”)……….Second Press, re-starts the rear blower…….Third press, re-starts the1front blower / fan for you…….now you can wait for your someone.……! TATA engineers could have just Shut1the Engine off and kept the Fan/ Blower running in the single press…….isn’t it simple and easy……!1But TATA don’t want you to wait for anybody in your car…….specially with your fan “ON”. Or be ready1to press it three repeated times…….! Second, the Central locking……again without common-sense….!1Guys, you’re just not safe in TATA NEXON specially the XZ+ model….yes the top variant is specially1designed for only those people who have enough of money to be targeted by robbers again and again……!1Don’t believe me…….just trying stopping at any red-light and ….and……and don’t try to STOP the1engine……….ever……ever……ever…….forget the fuel economy / environment pollution / fuel1conservation…………don’t Switch OFF your engine at any cost…….Because, the moment you will do1this…….NEXON has opened all the four gates for your being vulnerable to robbers outside your car…….!1THIS HAS BEEN THE MOST SHOCKING OF THEM ALL…….! It’s been one month now…….I never switched off my1engine at any red-light or anywhere other than my office or my home………I FEEL SCARED…….IN NEXON XZ+.1AS I CANNOT TURN OFF MY ENGINE ANYWHERE AT ALL…….I MUST, IMMEDIATELY PRESS THE LOCK/UNLOCK KEY DOWN BELOW1TO RE-LOCK ALL YOUR DOORS…….AND JUST HOPE THAT YOU ARE FAST ENOUGH THAT NO ROBBER/ MOLESTER / RAPER HOPPED1IN YOUR CAR YOU WILL START FEELING SAFE AGAIN IN YOUR CAR…! Third…….only until you open your drivers’1door unlock lever…….!? Yes, I travel mostly alone from my home to office and then back…….! The moment1I open my(driver) unlock lever….all the doors will open……? Dude this is not Central locking……! If I1need to open all the doors I will use the Lock/Unlock Button on the front console…….! I am just opening my1Doors lever to unlock and TATA has once again left you completely vulnerable……by opening all four1doors……! You can also add My Laptop on the Back seat, lying their with all Car gates open…….for the1uninvited snatcher…….….just waiting to be picked….…….jeez…….….I’m once again scared, even1my laptop is scared now….….! Now you know….why I told that common-sense is missing in this Car.! Fourth,1You cannot leave your Elderly people inside the Car…… in a NEXON XZ+. Yes, don’t blame TATA for1this……….you should not bring any Non-technical(or not so tech friendly people along with you in the1NEXON car)……….or teach them to immediately press the Lock/Unlock key(on Dashboard) for closing all doors1& for their own safety. Scenario:- My father/ mother both senior citizens, sitting in the car….me driving1….okay. Now, I stop for a moment to bring something from the Market enroute……they both are still sitting1within the car…….! I think I should leave them with atleast fan/blower “ON”…….or they may suffer1due to lack of ventilation / air.! So, the Ignition is kept “ON”….so the blower can work…….Now you1stepped out of the car, you just pulled your door unlock- lever…….once again all the doors are1open………….immediately teach them to press the Dashboard Key with “Lock/Unlock” Icon on1it………because even if you are carrying the Key in your pocket…….and you try to lock the Car by the1key in your hand from outside…….all the doors will remain open as the Ignition is “ON”….! What good1is the Mainkey button Lock when the Ignition is “ON” – NO Good.! Only way to close “ALL” the doors1in such a scenario….make your not so Tech-friendly old parents….learn some tech finally….…….as TATA1has once again left them totally vulnerable from outside attacks………! I hope you are getting to the main1issues, I’m trying to highlight here……….! Mileage………please don’t ask…….not atleast1me….please.….! My car has just ran 500 Kms in total run…….and the average shown in the meter for that1500 kms is 10.0……………….! Yes, the Trip meter which I never reset right from the start………is showing the1average of 10 kms for the whole life distance of 500 kms……! Forget the claims TATA motors / or ARAI did for 17 kms average……! You’re most welcome to see my Trip meter with 500kms total Car run at 10.0 kms average.! Live example for you to see. I had a word yesterday at my Dealer he simply said please don’t go with the Meter gauge…….they do not show the true picture…….!1Go for full –tank and then do the Mileage calculations. I mean okay……but didn’t he meant to say that1the Tata Fixed our NEXON vehicles with Faulty Meters….? On enquiring further he said he is a New joiner from1SKODA Motors….………and he agreed that my above mentioned points are very valid and their must be some1way to disable them through some computer setting….…….”but the actual person who can do this is not1present now”…………so maybe tomorrow he replied…….……….when the engineer will come they will1inform me…….!
Purchased XZA+ on 20/6/2019 from Ambattur, Chennai. High vibrations in 1st gear and while reversing from day 1. Weird noise after applying brake from front and back. Complained at service centre - though they are courteous they did not accept that there is a fault in the vehicle. Complained twice to CEO Concorde and Tata Motors. Car was in service centre for 7 days - clutch was defective to be replaced along with fly wheel, for that Service center made me to take AMC Gold which I am not interested but paid to get my car out of service center. Problems still persist - but as per TATA these are normal:1.Swing motion of car like wooden horse toy(min 3 times) after applying brake.2.Weird noises after braking -various types of sounds can"t be explained.3.Engine knocking sound while AMT changes gears from 1 to 2 to 3 - even bus/truck will not have this type of sound. Inconsistent and mis fits in interior plastic -looks premium but of cheap quality plastic - any item you place in glove box, sun glass folder, water bottles in door panels will give sound / vibration.And lastly forget about mileage - in city traffic 6 to16.5(petrol).Complete package of unpleasant driving in city traffic.
Sharing My Yesterday (18/11/2018) Experience:- Tata Nexon Kraz Plus (Petrol) is Best Level Compact SUV till now as per my 700 Kilometer Local Drive Experience. All Doors Side Rubbers protectors came out easily on dust cleaning. Driver Side Front Pillar visibility issue and creates right side blind spot. Others no issue find in this compact SUV.Very Poor Level Tata Service Centre (Hartron Motors LLP, Sector-18, Gurugram) Washing, Air, Vacuum & Cleaning Service.Never advise to take this Washing & Cleaning service there. Best Quality Services available outside Service Stations at various locations in Gurgaon with cheaper cost within 45-60 minutes maximum.But Tata Service Centre staff don"t know the cleaning process of cars. They don"t wash, air, vacuum service properly.Dust inside cabin after Air Pressure and Tree Leaves left outside Wiper Area after wash remains in car washing, after than vacuum cleaner service also very bad and at last on remaining dust of inside the dashboard, they done the polish work for brightness increasing.Small Mud stains still remains outside the car body, which are very easily removable with wet cloth in-front of them I clean with my finger only.I don"t understand what they have done in my SUV in the name of washing & cleaning from 12:34 PM to 4:45 PM (4 Hours ++ Time Taken and All time I keep standing there and watched all their activities on other cars also.)At last I have took the gate pass, because I have to go somewhere for meeting.As per my experience totally dumb & untrained staff at washing & cleaning service.
I own an XMA petrol and have done about 1600KM now. The performance improved a bit after the first service (checkup) but it seems like the mileage has taken a further hit. I"ve been observing the a mileage of 7KM/L in city driving and I don"t rush. And this is extremely disappointing. I can"t even blame the gearbox because I drive in manual mode so I can shift when I want to. I usually shift at about 2K RPM. Now another problem is that since it isn"t a high capacity engine performing duty in a heavy car, the dependency on the turbocharger is high. Now to work around the turbo lag, one needs to put the foot down to get a quick move on.So, this is like a vicious circle Nexon Petrol owners have gotten caught in. I believe and desperately hope Tata fixes this issue, as this definitely will affect the owners
A perfect family car, gives excellent safety and features. The is low end turbo lag in petrol varients but still a powerful car that can be used for any purpose. The suspension is so good and the driving is really fun. The mileage is also not bad considering the mass of the vehicle. I get around 15-18 kmpl on highways if driven properly. For me 0-100 comes at 11 seconds. This car doesn't have any problem driving through bad roads it takes them with ease. If you are a person looking for a multipurpose car this is it. This is a good family car and also can be driven for pure fun(be safe).
its a great car.. my life's first car and the first car which I dove personally... really felt great.. thanks tata for this awesome car....
stunned to see the interiors when stepped into the uber car.Great interiorsdash off centre like in s luxury segment or above it? nice steering cover great suspension smart digital console low engine noice satisfied with it till the driver doubted about Tatas service.but I was optimistic this time .thanks.
its new.. ratings will change after one year xp
safe, comfortable, family friendly and good for potholed roads on highways, hills and city onroad drives.
Nice car ..safety is important
Tata Nexon Expert Reviews
Tata Nexon XZA+ Diesel AMT: Road Test
The quirky styled Tata made quite the splash when it launched last year. But the two powerful engines were missing an automatic transmission. Are the Nexon XMA and XZA+ just filling a gap in the specification sheets or is the HyprDrive S-SG 6-speed really worth considering?Nov 12, 2018 | By Team ZigWheels
Tata Nexon Petrol AMT & Diesel AMT Review: 5 Things To Know
Tata has finally launched the Nexon with an automated manual transmission and here are five things that you need to know about the Nexon automaticApr 19, 2018 | By Tushar Kamath
Tata Nexon vs Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza: Comparison Review
Is the wow factor on Tata’s Nexon more than skin deep? Should the segment champ, the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, be spooked? All questions answered here.Oct 18, 2017 | By Team ZigWheels
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Tata Nexon Service Cost
|Petrol (4 years)||Rs. 15,810|
|Diesel (4 years)||Rs. 21,282|
Tata Nexon Offers
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Tata Nexon News Updates
Here’s How The New Tata Nexon Compact SUV Looks In Its Mid-spec Trim
The mid-spec variant doesn’t look excessively pared down when compared to the Nexon’s top-spec trimNov 4, 2019 | By Team ZigWheels
Here’s Your Best Look At The Tata Nexon’s New Face
The Tata Nexon facelift looks like a smaller Harrier and we like itOct 16, 2019 | By Team ZigWheels
Incoming: Tata Nexon EV To Be Launched In Early 2020
Debuting the new Ziptron EV powertrain, it is expected to be priced from Rs 15 lakh to Rs 17 lakhOct 3, 2019 | By Team ZigWheels