Tata Nexon is a 5 seater SUV car available at a price range of Rs. 6.99 Lakh to 12.70 Lakh in India. It is available in 36 variants and 6 colours. Tata Nexon comes with BS6 compliant petrol and diesel engine options. The Nexon has a boot space of 350 litres while it's ground clearance is 209 mm. The petrol engine of Nexon is a 1199cc unit which generates a power of 118.3bhp and a torque of 170nm. The 1497cc diesel engine of Nexon puts out 108.5bhp of power and 260nm of torque. The Nexon is available in 2 transmission options: manual and automatic. The mileage of Nexon ranges from 17 Kmpl on petrol to 21.5 Kmpl on diesel.
Tata Nexon Latest Updates
After a couple of teasers, Tata Motors has added the sunroof to the second-to-base XM trim with the launch of the XM (S) variant priced from Rs 8.36 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). Available in both petrol and diesel variants the Nexon is now the most affordable car to get a sunrooof. It undercuts the top-spec XZ (O) by Rs 2.18 lakh in the petrol variants and Rs 2.2 lakh in the diesel variants. Its also carries a premium of Rs 52,000 (petrol) and Rs 50,000 (diesel) over the XM variant it is based on.
While it retains features from the XM variant like an audio system, projector headlamps with LED DRLs and multi-drive modes, the XM (S) gets more kit like automatic headlamps, rain-sensing wipers and steering-mounted controls aside from the electric sunroof.
The Nexon continues to retail from Rs 6.99 lakh to Rs 12.40 lakh (ex-showroom). Rivals include the Ford EcoSport, Hyundai Venue, Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza and Mahindra XUV300. It will also take on the upcoming Kia Sonet, Toyota Urban Cruiser and Nissan Magnite.
The Nexon BS6 is offered in five variants - XE, XM, XZ, XZ+ and XZ+(O).
Tata Nexon Competitors
Rivals include the Ford EcoSport, Hyundai Venue, Mahindra XUV300, Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, and Kia Sonet.
Tata Nexon Summary
|Engine :||1199 - 1497 CC|
|Emission Norm Compliance :||BS VI|
|Mileage :||17 - 21.5 Kmpl|
|Fuel Type :||Petrol / diesel|
|Transmission :||manual / automatic|
|Seating Capacity :||5|
|Gear Box :||6 Speed|
|Max Torque :||260Nm@1500-2750rpm|
|Length*Width*Height :||3993*1811*1606 mm^3|
|Rear Shoulder Room :||1385 mm|
|Boot Space :||350 Liters|
Tata Nexon Price
The price of Tata Nexon starts at Rs. 6.99 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 12.70 Lakh. The price of petrol variant of Nexon ranges between Rs. 6.99 Lakh to Rs. 11.34 Lakh. The prices of Nexon diesel variants start at Rs. 8.45 Lakh and the top-end diesel is priced at Rs. 12.70 Lakh. Tata Nexon is available in 36 variants and 6 different colours.
- Petrol (18 Variants)
- Diesel (18 Variants) |
- Manual (20 Variants)
- Automatic (16 Variants)
Tata Nexon Price List in India
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Rs. 6.71 LakhNexon vs Sonet
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Maruti Vitara Brezza
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Rs. 8.19 LakhNexon vs EcoSport
Rs. 9.81 LakhNexon vs Creta
Rs. 13.84 LakhNexon vs Harrier
Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Nexon
- All these cars are capable enough to fulfill your requirements, you may opt any car among these cars. If safety is your priority, often tackle bad road conditions and want a spacious cabin with good power performance, you may go for Tata Nexon. Hyundai Aura gets impressive interior quality, it offers a good feature list at a competitive price. If you want good driving dynamics, a refined engine and comfortable ride quality, with good boot space, you may go for Hyundai Aura. The new Hyundai i20 doesn’t just offer loads of new tech, it also works better as a family car than before, albeit for a bit of a price increase. If outright performance is not your priority and want class-leading interior quality, sporty looks, refined engine and smooth driving experience, you may go for the Hyundai i20. You may compare all these cars accordingly. Do take a test drive in order to get better clarity. Check out authorised dealership details.
- Selecting a perfect car depends on various factors such as budget, preference of the brand, maintenance costs, ride quality, features required, etc. Moreover, selecting the right fuel type depends on your utility and average running of the car. If you drive less then 50km in a day then we recommend you to go with a petrol car as they are easy to maintain, have a longer life span and they cost less initially then the diesel car. On the other hand, diesel cars are preferred if the average daily run is more than 50km which makes it feasible purchase. The Mahindra XUV 300 is the best sub-4 metre SUV from the brand yet. The SUV offers great ride quality, a torquey diesel engine and a good amount of features, however, your head might think otherwise looking at the space on offer. On the other hand, the Nexon boasts brilliant build quality, an attractive design, and a strong safety package. With the revised looks, more powerful engine and added features, it surely needs to be on the top of your consideration list. Lastly, the Kia Sonet makes a strong case for itself with its butch looks, multiple powertrain options, an extensive list of features and premium quality interiors. It is impressive, even more so than the Seltos, as it delivers a palpably richer experience in a smaller package and in a more price-sensitive segment. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read More: - Kia Sonet Driven: More Than Just A Great Brochure? - Kia Sonet: Same Price, Other SUV Options - 2020 Tata Nexon Facelift: Road Test Review
- Both Tata Nexon and Kia Seltos are brilliant SUVs, however, choosing between them would depend on certain factors such as your budget, preference of the segment, ride quality, maintenance costs, features required, etc. Tata Nexon is priced in the range of Rs. 6.99 - 12.7 Lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). With the revised looks, more powerful engine and added features, it surely needs to be on the top of your consideration list. The SUV boasts brilliant built quality and attractive styling. On the other hand, the Kia Seltos would be a good option if you want a car from segment above. Priced in the range of Rs. 9.89 - 17.34 Lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), the Seltos offers a lot of first-in-segment features, plethora of engine-transmission options, premium interiors and that too at a very competitive pricing. The Seltos impressed us So much that all we could complain about was a lack of under thigh support and the rather stiff ride quality. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read More: - 2020 Tata Nexon Facelift: Road Test Review - 2019 Kia Seltos First Drive Review - Kia Seltos vs Tata Nexon
- Selecting one would depend on certain factors such as budget, brand preference, drivability, preference of the features, etc. Among the options, if you are looking for a feature rich car with smooth engine options and a premium quality interior, then we would suggest you to opt for the Kia Seltos. The base variant of Maruti Vitara Brezza does not offer much of the features and the cabin feels bare-bone. On the other hand, if you can stretch you budget a little further then the XM (S) variant of Tata Nexon could be a good option too. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride for a better understanding of comfort and compatibility. You may click on the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read More: - [New Tata Nexon XM (S) Is The Most Affordable Car In India To Come With A Sunroof@https://www.zigwheels.com/news-features/news/tata-nexon-xm-s-variant-launched-at-rs-836-lakh-gets-a-sunroof/39628/
- I too was in the same dilemma - I was confused between top variants of Sonet and Nexon and mid variants of Creta which are all similarly priced (budget of 15-16 lakhs). Nexon has the best suspension and ride quality over bad roads, Sonet has the most features, Creta is bigger and more SUV like. So which one to choose? I spent a lot of time researching the pros and cons of each car and more than that I made a list of the most important features I wanted in my new car and finally arrived on Kia Sonet. 1) Great performance - I’m a car enthusiast and drive for fun instead of need. It’s mostly long drives and less city drive and I wanted a peppy fun to drive engine. I test drove Sonet and Nexon
- Yes, go ahead and book TATA Nexon... Check Back Seat comfort and Thai Support, you will know who is better.. Go man go. TATA is TATA, Nexon no one can compete..
- I don't have much idea about new tata cars but i dint had that good experience with old tat car i personally had indica vista diesel as i was not satisfied with that car as it was on heavy maintenance plus it lack badly in refinement and overall drive experience. So if compare tata to ford then after using both the car definitely ford is much refined and durable and strong on build quality. And very economical service and maintenance. Plus it had great drive experience.
- For sheer driving pleasure and very good build quality nothing to beat Ecosport . Inspire of all efforts put in by Tata , Ford is Ford . The best Tata has ever manufactured is Harrier .
- Both are having different genres. Ecosport is true Mini SUV. I have travelled to Srinagar and many rough terrain. It's superb. Nexon is a car at the end of the day.
- The XM (S) variant, besides an electric sunroof, gains features such as automatic headlamps, rain-sensing wipers and steering-mounted controls which explains the premium over the standard XM variant. Kia Seltos HTK , however, misses out on features like a sunroof, hill assist, traction control, etc., which are available with the Nexon. Now, if you do not wish for the features and want a car from segment above, you may go for the Seltos, however, keeping the features and the price tag in mind, Nexon XM S could prove to be a better option. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test drive before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read More: - New Tata Nexon XM (S) Is The Most Affordable Car In India To Come With A Sunroof- Kia Seltos vs Tata Nexon
Tata Nexon News Updates
November 2020 Offers: Save Up to Rs 65,000 On Tata Harrier, Tigor, Nexon And Tiago This DiwaliNov 4, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
Kia Sonet: Same Price, Other SUV OptionsSep 18, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
New Tata Nexon XM (S) Is The Most Affordable Car In India To Come With A SunroofSep 2, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
Do These Teasers Point Towards A New Limited Edition Nexon Variant Or Feature Updates?Aug 31, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
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Editor's View of Tata Nexon
Build quality is impressive, looks better than all of its competition, well-loaded with features. Strong safety package.
Fit and finish could have been better, automatic transmission is an AMT
The Tata Nexon, with the facelift, has become an even stronger contender. With the revised looks, more powerful engine and added features, it surely needs to be on the top of your consideration list.
Nexon Detailed Review
Ooooh, what’s that?
The red and blue compact SUVs in the secluded office parking lot attracted a lot of attention. I had more conversations with strangers this past week than through most of my life. I even made new acquaintances in my colony the first time since I moved here almost a year ago.
That's how interested people are in Tata's latest offering.
Tata is late to the compact SUV party in India, but the Nexon has been grabbing eyeballs and perking up ears ever since it was first shown as a concept back in 2014. It can be safely assumed that very few of us were expecting Tata to bring that concept onto the road almost as is.
But they did. The Tata Nexon would be at home on the stage of a concept car show. The bright colours (red and blue in this case), white sash along the side and rear, contrast coloured roof, a curvaceous overall design and tyres that fill up the wheel arches give the Nexon a fresh look. The bold design helps the Nexon grab attention like nothing else on the road. Tata's bait is working.
There are a lot of exciting details around the Nexon. The petal shaped headlamps with the bulge on the top, bright LED DRLs, projector lamps with halogen bulbs, partial white fog lamp surrounds, a meaty looking black air dam in the bumper are the highlights at the front. A chrome highlight flows underneath the grille and into the headlights. An interesting feature is that the front fog lamps also double up as cornering lamps at night - each one lighting up the road a little better when you take a corner. The flared out wheel arches make the Nexon look wide, an effect also seen on the Renault Duster/Nissan Terrano. In fact, the Nexon is the widest car in the segment - at 1811mm wide, it is 21mm wider than the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza and 46mm wider than the Ford EcoSport.
The Nexon has a great stance when looked at from the side, especially because of the small front and rear overhangs; the use of three different colours, the tall ground clearance (209mm when unladen), flush sitting roof rails, a shark-fin antenna, arrow-head like door handle surround and the 16-inch alloy wheels add a lot of flair to the design. The rounded profile of the Goodyear Excellence tyres on the Nexon fit nicely with the curvaceous theme of the SUV, they may look super chunky but they are the same size as the tyres on the Brezza!
The dramatic design continues out back. The split taillamps with the LED DRLs, roof-mounted spoiler, and the white strip that wraps around the taillamps help the Nexon stand out. The large black insert in the bumper also makes the Nexon look taller than it is as it forces all the visual mass to move up. The rear camera is neatly integrated into the shiny black band below the white sash. In typical modern Tata fashion, the fog lamp is placed at the bottom of the bumper.
Inside, the Nexon may not be as concept-car-like as the exterior, it does get a lot of design elements from the 2014 concept - for example the three-layer dashboard and the three-spoke steering wheel design. The dual-tone grey interiors with the shiny silver trim and piano-black inserts give it an understated look, a contrast to the bright and vibrant exterior.
The steering wheel, instrument cluster, climate control panel and buttons on the door pads will look familiar to those who have sat in modern Tata cars, the rest of the cabin is refreshingly new. At the front, the tall centre console divides the cabin into two distinct zones. The occupants sit comfortably thanks to well-contoured seats with a usable centre armrest, the freestanding high-definition 6.5-inch touchscreen infotainment system is eye-catching and falls easily in the driver's field of vision. The stalks behind the steering have a weighted feel to them and all the buttons on the centre console are soft to touch.
The driver seat is adjustable for height too while the steering is only adjustable for rake. The view out front is good, though the steeply raked A-pillar along with the wide ORVMs do create a big blind spot on the right side. The biggest problem though is the view out of the small (short) rear windshield which will be a problem if you pick any variant other than the top end XZ+.
The infotainment system is paired to an 8-speaker Harman surround sound system (4 speakers in lower variants) and, like other modern Tata cars, has the best stock sound system in this segment. While it is smartphone compatible, with Android Auto being offered as standard, one standout feature of the Nexon's infotainment system are the physical shortcut buttons placed on the dashboard. The system responds faster to the commands via these buttons and they’re easier to use while on the move.
The screen resolution is better than screens used in other Tata cars, but the system is still laggy. While the adaptive guidelines in the reverse camera display is a welcome feature, the quality of the rear camera itself is quite bad - night mode also overcompensates for the lack of light and with everything overexposed, visibility is almost nil.
The rear passengers will also find the Nexon's cabin very spacious, though the thick C-pillar does restrict outside visibility and the amount of light coming in. The rear bench is best used to seat two, the contours of the seat suggest so. Each passenger also gets their own adjustable headrests which neatly integrate with the seat when not needed. The centre armrest with the cup holders does add to the comfort factor, though the door-mounted armrests do not get the same fabric cover as at the front. The rear vents may look convenient, but it only gets a two-speed blower and is not too effective at cooling the rear cabin.
There are many storage spaces around the Nexon's cabin. The tambour door hides a deep but narrow space which gets cup holders, the front passenger footwell has a 2kg bag-hook, the cooled glovebox has a dedicated notebook holder and spaces to tuck in a pen/cards/phone/cans, there is a crevice on the roof along the cabin light which can hold your sunglass, the front door pads have space to keep a two-litre bottle and hold an umbrella (ala Rolls-Royce). Many of these are not very practical though. For instance, the storage space under the tambour door is too narrow and deep to be accessed comfortably, the USB port and 12V charging port are placed awkwardly in front of the gear lever and the umbrella holder can only fit a small umbrella.
The 350-litre boot is accessible via an openable flip-up hatch door that can be opened only electronically. The rear bench can be 60:40 split folded for practicality. Extra large cargo can be kept in after front folding the rear seat base and folding the rear seat backrest flat.
Get everything right
The Nexon may look refreshing from afar, some inconsistencies crop up as you move closer. That unique white sash is not as well integrated as it could have been - some of the panels misalign and could severely affect your OCD. The fit and finish of the different coloured panels on the car could also have been better, and there was a particularly surprising bit of paint overspray on the rear hatch. The strip of red LEDs at the rear also double up as tail lamps at night; while they are bright and noticeable in clear weather, they can be difficult to see when it gets worse (like at night in the rain).
The LED DRLs and LED tail lamps on our test cars were temperamental, with both the test cars experiencing temporary blackouts. The driver-side door lock on the blue car would intermittently refuse to unlock, leading to some equally hilarious and frustrating moments. While Tata did take back the cars and got the problems rectified, the fact that these gremlins turned up in cars which had come fresh off the assembly line makes you wonder if problems like these could crop up in the future too. The long term reliability and quality of parts in Tata cars still remain areas where the company could improve.
Turbocharge all the engines
The Tata Nexon is powered by two turbocharged engines, the blue car here packs a new 1.5-litre Revotorq, 4-cylinder diesel while the red car gets a new 1.2-litre Revotron, 3-cylinder petrol.
While the 1.5-litre diesel is all-new, the 1.2-litre petrol is actually the same unit found under the hood of the Tata Tigor but with a turbocharger forcing more air into it. On paper, both the engines develop a maximum power of 110PS. The diesel is torquier by nature, but the petrol also has a wider torque curve.
Both the cars get 6-speed manual transmissions with power sent to the front wheels. That big round dial in the centre console of the car helps you choose between three different drive modes - Eco, City and Sport - which significantly change the way the engines perform.
Switch on the cars and the less vibey (because 4-cylinders) and similarly loud diesel (yes, the petrol is that loud) makes you feel more comfortable on the inside. On the move, especially in the city, the diesel's usability comes to the fore. The diesel is always the smoother one to drive in the city, while the petrol suffers from low torque below 1500rpm and a typical power surge of a turbocharged engine past 2000rpm - making the ride very jerky.
The different driving modes - Eco, City and Sport - can be selected via the rotary knob on the centre console behind the gear stick. As the names suggest, these modes change the responsiveness and performance of the engine to suit the needs of each scenario. While the diesel engine remains usable in any of these modes, the petrol feels most usable in the City and Sport mode.
Switch to Sport and you can feel the difference in performance. The throttle response is better and the bump in power as the turbocharger kicks in is also noticeable. While the petrol is faster in the 0-100kmph sprint by more than 1.5 seconds as compared to the diesel, the diesel fares better in terms of in-gear acceleration. In the real world, this equates to the Nexon petrol being faster off the line than the diesel, but overtakes will be much faster in the latter. Tata has also placed a speed limiter on the Nexon petrol which kicks in at an indicated 162kmph, the reason for which is not clear.
The Revotron petrol engine feels best when driven in Sport; it doesn't work well in any other mode. The spiky power delivery and higher kerb weight (1237kg onwards) doesn't help fuel efficiency too. In our instrumented tests, the Nexon petrol returned 14.03kmpl in the city and 17.88kmpl on the highway. In comparison, the Nexon diesel returns 16.80kmpl in the city and an impressive 23.97kmpl on the highway.
A larger petrol engine could have certainly helped the Nexon feel like a better SUV to drive without compromising fuel efficiency too.
Confidence inspiring. That is what the Nexon is when driven hard. The chassis balance is so good that you would have to drive it like an absolute nut to find its limits on the road.
On paper, the Nexon is like any other front-wheel driven vehicle. McPherson struts up front, twist-beam suspension at the rear, discs at the front, drums at the rear and in the Nexon's case 215mm section Goodyear Excellence tyres. While the alloy wheels are 16-inch units, the tyres still have a lot of sidewall. The taller sidewalls along with the firm but pliant suspension soak up most of the road imperfections with little to no complaints.
Where the fat tyres really come into their own is when you start pushing the Nexon in the twisties; they seem to keep on gripping the road even when you approach a corner at otherwise nerve-racking speeds. Combine this with the progressively weighted steering wheel and torquey engines (yes, even the petrol) and you have a hoot to play around with. The Nexon reacts to your inputs almost immediately, and you can change your lines in a corner without unsettling it.
There were no instances of tyre squeals over an hour-long session of hard driving over some of our favourite roads around Pune. There were squeals of joy from the drivers though.
The only thing that could have made the drive better? Sure slotting gear shifts. The six-speed transmissions on both the cars have long throws but the shift quality could have been better; shifting into third was a common complaint during testing. The problem is exaggerated in the Nexon petrol in which constant shifts are required to keep it in its powerband.
Hook, Line and Sinker?
Though we may know the Nexon better than we did after the first drive almost two months ago, our impressions have not changed much. The Tata Nexon is a good product but we would still hesitate in recommending it outright over the competition.
The Nexon looks like nothing else on the road, it will help you stand out and grab attention. The interior is spacious (as much as the Brezza in many regards, comparison review coming soon) and feels special, thanks to the well-appointed cabin. The feature list is long and on par with the competition. In fact, that Harman sound system itself is a good reason to get the Nexon!
The Nexon rides great over varied surfaces and is actually fun to drive when paired with the very well tuned diesel engine. The diesel engine is also quite frugal when you want it to be. The petrol engine, while being fun when driven hard, is not at home in the city.
The hesitation remains because Tata still doesn't seem to have got over issues with parts quality, consistent reliability and some ergonomics. While Tata has made the Nexon an enticing product by pricing it aggressively, working out the chinks in its otherwise impressive armour would have made it the definite choice in its segment. The Tata Nexon is sure a great step in the evolution of the company's product lineup, but it's still not up there.
Photography: Vikrant Date
|Nexon XZ+ Revotron||Nexon XZ+ Revotorq|
|Engine||1.2-litre, in-line 3-cylinder, turbo-petrol||1.5-litre, in-line 4-cylinder, turbo-diesel|
|Power||110PS @ 5000rpm||110PS @ 3750rpm|
|Torque||170Nm @ 1750-4000rpm||260Nm @ 1500-2750rpm|
|Transmission||6-speed manual||6-speed manual|
|100-0kmph||3.23s / 40.63m||2.96s / 41.56m|
|Mileage||14.03kmpl (city) / 17.88kmpl (highway)||16.80kmpl (city) / 23.97kmpl (highway)|
|Price||Rs 8.60 lakh||Rs 9.45 lakh|
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Tata Nexon User Reviews
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good suv experience , awasome experience in long toor very much
Extre9emly hapy with mileage on highway.Comfort with rural roads for road clearance and dumpy roads.
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better safety than Mahindra scorpio and Hyundai venue
GOOD MILEAGE AND GOOD PERFORMANCE , GOOD STYLISH, GOOD PICKUP AND OVERALL VERY VERY GOOD AND EXCELLENT CAR
Approaching 2½ years and completed 23k kms and countings I'm in love with the diesel motors the grunt, it pulls easy, put in 3rd and drive within city with zero efforts as if you're driving an automatic minimum gear change. In 3rd it can move the car from standstil and pull from as low as 25kmph that's the level of torque it has. Also own a swift vdi and an aspire titanium dragon series but trust me nexon is my fav daily car love driving around with it all in all am happy with my purchase apart from few niggles being an early bird got it within 3 months of launch which were rightly taken care by the TASS guys. Before buying one i had shortlisted nexon and ecosport after test driving one i never looked back at ecosport. Nexon striked all the checklist and its not that am compromising anywhere it being a Tata. Its a myth many carry around about a Tata product. The only thing I'm dissatisfied is the professionalism shown by the service advisors nothing sort of a deal breaker for the potential buyers if one knows how to deal with them. I know how to get things done for me. But, Tata should concentrate on training their staffs basic professional approach on handling customer. Otherwise a thumbs up. Initially got it for my highway drives after driving a dicor for a decade but seems like it has become a daily car now.
Buying experience: Booked it on 10th Feb got it on 20th May. 1st white Nexon 2020 in chennai / covid19 are reasons. Dealership experience is ok, could be lot better. Riding experience: Engine is refined, ride it slow forget the word mileage. Keep it above 2000 Rpm, you will see a great difference. Engine likes you hard on its accelerator. Exteriors: all good with word compact SUV, other than the curvy back, which makes it's a hatchback. Interiors: plush finish looks decent gives German car finish in the interiors, all good with Audio- it's Harman nothing much to say.Pros: solid bulit you will feel l seat height l comfort l Anywhere Driveability l Space l last but not least you will feel you are in a safe placeCons: mileage l Tata software technology. My Breakdown experience on the 10th day: Major software glitch caused vehicle to stall in main of chennai. After using 4 cars for over a decade never had a breakdown but my 1st Tata gave it to me on the 10th day. Reason for the glitch nobody knows even in service or direct technical team. They splashed the software gave it back. There hasn't been a issue since then. So future Nexon buyers think twice. But buy an Indian not just in name, but in heart. It's definitely a better car at the cost.
Other than luxury and sheer performance i wanted everything in a car. Among those good amount of ground clearance, decent angle of approach and departure, safety, space, comfort, fuel economy, price were my main points which I was looking for. My budget was stricktly under 10lakh. So there was only one car that was fulfilling all my criteria and that was Tata Nexon XM, petrol manual. I considered Ford ecosport and Hyundai Venue also. Ecosport i rejected it because of the tiny tyres and overall space. Didn't go for venue because it more looks like a soft roader than a muscular SUV. This is my personal opinion only and looks are highly subjective. Did a lot of comparison between Venue and Nexon as Venue had an upper hand in terms of quality, fit and finish but it could not match the Nexon's build quality and driving dynamics, ride and handling. On top of all these things, I am a very big fan of Mr. Ratan Tata and its an Indian brand. So decided to go for Nexon. 🙂
The new 2020 model looks very good in its face . Also the car is equipped with most of the feutures as well as safety equipments. However the fit and finish is very bad for the amount we pay. I paid around 12 lakhs on road for the xza plus. But the finishing is very poor for what we pay. In my car the left front door was not aligned properly and even after first service they were not able to fix. Also the engine vibrates more as it is a three cylinder unit. After 3 months of very minimum use itself the dash board and steering console started rattling which is quite irritating. If you want a well built and sturdy car you can go for it , but I'd you are a fan of fit and finish , i would say avoid it and go for Hyundai venue or ecosport. Forget brezza though .
DRving experience is so far is good but not excellent Reason for good is you will get three driving mode(Eco, city,sport) depending on requirement you can switch the mode, easy to drive and handling with great comfortOverall perormance is good but not very good. As this is AMT so you will feel the delay in gear change if you suddenly push the acclerator.In bumper to bumper traffic i am getting around 8-9 KMPL mileage. you will feel the power in sport mode and very stable even at 160 speed. build quality everyone knows so no comment its great.
Tata Nexon Expert Reviews
2020 Tata Nexon Facelift: Road Test ReviewSep 30, 2020 | By Dhruv Paliwal
Tata Nexon XZA+ Diesel AMT: Road TestNov 12, 2018 | By Team ZigWheels
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Tata Nexon Road Test ReviewSep 21, 2017 | By Team ZigWheels
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Tata Nexon FAQs
What is the price of Tata Nexon Top Variant?
The ex-showroom price of top variant of Tata Nexon is 12.70 Lakh (Delhi).
What is the mileage of Tata Nexon?
The ARAI claimed mileage of Tata Nexon is 17 - 21.5 Kmpl. Also check User Reported Mileage of Nexon.
What is the EMI of Tata Nexon in Delhi?
The EMI for the base variant of Tata Nexon in Delhi is Rs. 13,539 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.
What are the top competitors of Tata Nexon?
What is the boot space in Tata Nexon?
The boot space in Tata Nexon is 350 L. View full specification of Nexon
What is the ground clearance of Tata Nexon?
The ground clearance of Tata Nexon is 209 mm.
What are the best financing options for Tata Nexon?
Tata Car Dealers in DelhiChange City
Sab Motors - Lajpat Nagar
56, Lajpat Nagar 3, Main Ring Road, New Delhi, Delhi 110024
Sab Motors-mohan Co-op
B1 / F8, Mohan Co-op. Indl. Estate, Mathura Roa, New Delhi, Delhi 110044
ZB 43/487 & ZB 44/487, Main GT Road, Dilshad Garden, New Delhi, Delhi 110095
A-231, Okhla Industrial Area, Phase-1, Near Hotel Crown Plaza, New Delhi, Delhi 110020