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Tata Motors has launched the refreshed Nexon Kraz Edition yet again. Priced from Rs 7.58 lakh to Rs 9.18 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), the Nexon Kraz edition sits between the XM and XT+ trim levels and can be had with both diesel and petrol powertrains. The Nexon Kraz edition packs cosmetic updates and orange accents inside-out.

The Nexon Kraz is only available in black with a grey roof. Bits like the ORVMs, grille, and the wheel caps are finished in orange. Topping things up outside is the ‘Kraz’ badge on the boot. The orange theme continues on the inside as well with orange accents on the seats and air vent surrounds. Apart from that, the Kraz edition gets a piano black finish on the dashboard, door pads and the steering wheel.

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Tata Nexon Price

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.

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Nexon 1.2 Revotron XE
17 kmpl | Petrol | Manual
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Editor's View of Tata Nexon

  • Upside

    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

  • Downside

    1.2-litre turbo-petrol is noisy; feels uninvolving to drive, Few rough edges inside-out need ironing out

  • Our Verdict

    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 Colours

  • Vermont Red
  • Seattle Silver
  • Moroccan Blue
  • Glasgow Grey
  • Calgary White
  • Etna Orange

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Specifications

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.

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.

Variants

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.

Competitors

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?

ZigSays

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 User Reviews

4.4 /5
223 Rating & 104 reviews
  • Mileage
    3.7/5
  • Comfort
    4.6/5
  • Performance
    4.4/5
  • + 3 more
  • Maintenance Cost
    4.0/5
  • Safety
    4.8/5
  • Features & Styling
    4.6/5

Preferred For : Family & Daily Commute

55% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above

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Home Android 1.0 24 Oct 2018

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…….!

Uses this car for : Daily Commute | Family Car
Gets mileage of : 10 kmpl
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B Praveen
B Praveen 3.0 22 Aug 2019

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.

Uses this car for : Daily Commute | Family Car
Gets mileage of : 7 kmpl
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HPFC Dot 4.0 19 Nov 2018

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.

Uses this car for : Daily Commute | Family Car | Tours
Gets mileage of : 21 kmpl
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Tata Nexon Mileage

Fuel Type Transmission ARAI Claimed User Reported
Diesel Automatic 21.5 kmpl 17 kmpl
Diesel Manual 21.5 kmpl 19 kmpl
Petrol Automatic 17 kmpl 8 kmpl
Petrol Manual 17 kmpl 12 kmpl

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The estimated service cost for Tata Nexon
Petrol (4 years) Rs. 15,810
Diesel (4 years) Rs. 21,282
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