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Tata Nexon EV

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Rs. 14.99 - 17.50 Lakh Showroom Price: Delhi
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Tata Nexon EV Latest Updates

Tata has launched the Nexon EV Max with prices starting from Rs 17.74 lakh. It offers an increased claimed-range of 437km using a larger 40.5kWh battery pack paired to a more powerful 143PS/250Nm electric motor. The long-range iteration packs a bunch of new features over the standard model and comes in two range-topping XZ+ and XZ+ LUX variants.

Tata Nexon EV Engine

The Nexon EV can be had in two powertrain options; the standard model makes use of a 129PS/245Nm electric motor with a 30.2kWh battery pack. It has an ARAI claimed range of 312km. The Nexon EV Max gets a 143PS/250Nm electric motor which is fed using a larger 40.5kWh battery unit. The long-range model has a claimed range of 437km. Plus, it gets the option of a standard 3.3kWh charger and a 7.2kWh fast charger for an additional Rs 50,000. The EV can be charged from 0 to 80 percent in under 60 minutes using a 50kWh fast charger. The compact SUV’s powertrain supports fast-charging and is capable of juicing up from 0-80 per cent in an hour. Using a regular charger, it takes 8.5 hours for a 10-90 per cent battery recharge.

Tata Nexon EV Range

Nexon EV can go upto 312km after a full charge.

Tata Nexon EV Charging Time

Nexon EV battery takes 60 Min(0-80%) to get charged.

Tata Nexon EV Variants

The Tata Nexon EV is offered in three variants: XM, XZ+, and XZ+ LUX. The last two are available in Dark Editions too in the standard car. The Nexon EV Max is available in the XZ+ and XZ+ LUX trims.

The standard model comes in three colour options: Glacier White, Signature Teal Blue, and Midnight Black (Dark Edition), while the Nexon EV Max is available in standard dual-tone options: Intensi Teal, Daytona Grey and Pristine White.

Tata Nexon EV Features

Exterior features in the Tata Nexon EV include projector halogen headlamps with LED DRLs, 16-inch dual-tone alloy wheels, and LED tail lamps. Inside, it comes with a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, connected car technology, sunroof, a Harman sound system, climate control, steering-mounted audio control, a multi-info display, and keyless entry with push-button start. Safety features include dual airbags, ABS with EBD, a rear parking camera, and sensors. The range-topping Nexon EV Max gets additional equipment like cruise control, air purifier, tyre pressure monitoring system, electronic stability control, ventilated front seats, auto-dimming IRVM, hill-hold assist and electronic parking brake.

Tata Nexon EV Competitors

The Tata Nexon EV and Nexon EV Max remain a more affordable option against the Hyundai Kona Electric, MG ZS EV and the upcoming XUV300 Electric.

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Tata Nexon EV Price

Nexon EV Prime price starts from Rs. 14.99 Lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). Nexon EV comes in 5 variants with 3 colour options.
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What is good and bad in Nexon EV?

  • Nexon EV Positives

    Just enough blue accents to distinguish it from the regular Nexon. Smooth and powerful electric motor makes it one of the quickest sprinters in it's class. Passenger area and boot space remain unchanged. New MAX variants add range and even more features like cruise control, ventilated seats, wireless changing and more.

  • Nexon EV Negatives

    Could do with traction control and ESP only on MAX variant. Limited highway usability for the standard variant. Higher output wall charger costs extra. The more premium Kona & ZS EV are just a few lakhs dearer.

  • Expert's Conclusion

    With it's pricing, packaging and for what it offers the Nexon EV takes electric mobility a step closer to being the new normal. The new MAX variant can ask you to think of it as your only car.

Tata Nexon EV User Reviews

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  • 4.7
    Sports mode

    I bought nexon ev 2 months ago.I was always interested in electric cars therefore after examining various product and waiting after launch of each one to judge the response, We finally decided to go "vocal for local" and buy nexon ev.Other rivals are better in terms of all aspects but it doesn't make any sense to buy them because though they have cheaper running cost as every electric it costs the same as buying ice car of same segment and spending on maintenance and fuel.On the other hand nexon offers value for money package with decent features.Approximate range according to my driving with ac, Music system etc always switched on.1.City: 200-220 km 2.Highway: 160-175km pros: 1.It is a good looking car and has superior build quality.I had an accident and i did not use my insurance, Vehicle was in good condition on the other hand opponent's car got crushed and had to tow his vehicle.2.Has superb ride quality and insulation.Very peaceful to drive.Has more than enough ground clearance.3.Interior quality is up to the mark and seats are extremely comfortable.4.Performance is superb, Sports mode is addictive for torque lovers.5.It is a perfect primary vehicle if you havesecondary vehicle.6.It has low running cost(1-1.5 rs/km) and no dependency of fuel station.7.Connected features offered gives peace of mind.Cons: 1.It can't be only car to own due to underdeveloping charging infrastructure and insufficient range.2.Range is not sufficient for long runs more than 160 km even if you have fast charger on the way as time spend on charging is too much.Eg(pune- kolhapur).3.Infotainment system is a bit laggy, Reversecamera and overall resolution of screen is not as good as other brands.4.Due to extreme torque on offer wheel spin may eat your tyres early.Lack of much needed traction control system is evident.

  • 4.7
    Speaker quality

    I have booked this Car in Nov 2019 and got the delivery in Jul 2020. I am writing this review after using the car for 1 month. Biggest plus point of this car is ease of driving. It has instant and linear pickup so you don't feel any drag at low speed. There is no engine noise hence you won't know how fast it's going until you look at the speedometer. Teal blue collar is head turner. Many people come near the car to appreciate the colour. Harmon infotainment system is awesome. Speaker quality is also really good. I am using CarPlay feature with my iPhone and it works flawlessly. Dashboard and Instrument cluster is of premium quality. The regenerative breaking is really smooth and you don't need to apply breaks to slowdown. Vehicle automatically slows down when you remove the leg from accelerator. Charging box and installation was done by Tata Power at my Parking and it was free of cost. It takes 8 to 9 hours to charge fully. It runs around 200 to 210 km on full charge. Fast charging stations are coming up in my city (Pune). Nearest fast charging station is 5 KM from my apartment. Tata zConnect App is also really cool. You can improve your driving style based the stats provided in the APP. It has a lot of remote control features like turning on the AC, Turning on head lamp, Turning on Hazard lights, Run Car Diagnostics, Geofencing, SOS and emergency contact, Valet parking mode, Security breach alerts, Battery charging related alerts, Find nearest charging station etc. Some of the improvement areas are:1. All Tata service stations are not equipped to service this car.2. Auxiliary battery get's discharged if Car is not used for long. This is due to the fact that car is always connected to internet via built in SIM cards to make the zConnect APP work.3. Service staff like road side assistant is not really familiar with the car and struggle a bit. For example my car Auxiliary battery was drained and I had to call the road side assistant. He came really quickly that too on Sunday. He jumps started the car however he was not sure if I need to drive the car to charge the battery or I can keep the ignition and motor on to charge the battery.

  • 4.3
    Am using Nexon EV XZ+

    Am using Nexon EV XZ+ LUX in Chennai for past one month, basically for urban commute. Getting an range of 210km for 100%. Normally I recharge it when it comes to 25% for which I used to get an range of 165 to 170kms (for 75%). This is with AC and infotainment. I have used only AC slow charger till now, never used DC fast charger. - Daily travel distance: 72 to 75 kms - Top Speed: 80 to 90 kmh - Avg. Speed: 35 to 40 kmh (depends on the traffic)- Total distance driven: 2000 kmsPro's:- Running cost is less than Rs.1/- per km- Expecting very less maintenance cost as well- Easy to Zip through the traffic, good pickup and very smooth driving- Build quality, design and comfort. (AC is very good)Con's:- For long distance travel I still depend on my petrol/diesel cars.

  • 4.3
    Tata motors isn’t making nexon

    Tata motors isn’t making nexon ev purchase any easy.I booked the vehicle on my wife’s name and waited for 2 months for delivery.Based on the cibil score we decided to take car loan on my name instead as my wife was getting a higher rate of interest.Now tata motors sales dept dint allow me to do so.Well they did allow me but the caveat was to lose the price protection of 16000/-.It’s a bummer! buyers beware.If you even omit your initials in the booking 2 months later when the vehicle is delivered you’ll be asked to forego the price protection and will be paying the new price.

  • "Cars are depreciating assets",

    "cars are depreciating assets", But what they save you money in the long run? that's what evs are meant for despite their high initial cost.This car has it all, 5 star rated body structure, Instant delivery of torque to ignite the enthusiast in you and runs cheaper than a public commuter while also saving our future.Under 20 lacs it's the most versatile car.It has it's limitations only in the range department with around 200kms per full charge and hopefully that will improve in the future.


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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Nexon EV Prime

Q. What is the difference between Nexon EV Max and Nexon EV Prime?
  • Tata Nexon EV Max comes with stronger performance, a larger battery pack, and the peace of mind that comes with a long-range seems like a bonus. EV Max offers a very practical range and fast charging options. On the other hand, The Nexon EV Prime is a package that makes a lot of sense, especially with the range of the EV Prime. It’s an SUV that combines refreshingly sharp styling with performance that’s always usable and exciting when you want it to be. 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.
Q. When will Tata Motors launch Nexon EV 7 seater?
  • As of now, there is no official update from the brand's end regarding this, we would suggest you wait for the official announcement and stay tuned for further updates.
Q. I'm confused between two cars, ZS EV and Nexon EV?
  • Both cars are good in their forte. MG has gone for a cleaner philosophy, which is evident in the lack of clutter around the new front bumper and the axing of the faux front grille. Other than that, the 17-inch alloy wheels get a new design, the headlights and tail lamps are from the Astor, and the rear bumper has a distinct look. Also, black and grey join the paint options on the Astor alongside red and white. But the trademark blue has been taken out. Under the good is where the juicy changes are at. It is now powered by a 176PS electric powertrain, a 33PS jump over the pre-facelift model’s 143PS setup. It is also now coupled with a larger 50.3kWh battery pack in place of the 44kWh unit. Of course, this translates to a claimed range of 461km, which is 42km better than the pre-facelift model’s 419km (claimed). On the other hand, The Nexon’s balance of ride comfort, backseat space, and boot space has made it a fantastic pick as the family car. The EV has managed to retain these values. The floor height for the rear bench and the 350-litre boot space is unchanged. This has been achieved by packing the 30.2kWh batteries underneath the car, resulting in a 4mm drop in ground clearance to a still-healthy 205mm. The Nexon EV makes the leap that we have been awaiting from Tata Motors. It is appealing and polished, with no ifs and buts. The plastics felt good and the finish was consistent too. Everything worked as expected, if not better. The only niggles we could find was that in sunlight, we couldn’t see which mode was selected on the drive mode selector because of the weak backlight. A 300km real-world range and a higher top speed would have cemented the Nexon as the EV to beat. The Nexon EV is expected to be priced between Rs 15 lakh to Rs 17 lakh, but state government subsidies and rebates would bring it in line with its ICE-equipped siblings and in a position to make EVs the new normal. For a better understanding of compatibility and driving comfort, we would suggest you to take a test drive. Follow the link and select your city accordingly for dealership details.
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Q. What will be the cost of replacement battery of Tata Nexon EV?
  • Exclusive EVs, it should not be a thing.I strongly condemn the fact that it exists. takes away the fun of saving. Buy a supercar if you want bloody exclusiveness.
  • Exclusive EVs, it should not be a thing.I strongly condemn the fact that it exists. takes away the fun of saving. Buy a supercar if you want bloody exclusiveness.
  • Exclusive EVs, it should not be a thing.I strongly condemn the fact that it exists. takes away the fun of saving. Buy a supercar if you want bloody exclusiveness.
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Q. Is there any govt. subsidy on Tata Nexon ??
  • Yes, you get a subsidy of Rs 1.5 lakh from central govt under FAME. You also get separate subsidies from state government depending on which state you live in. In Maharashtra, state subsidy is Rs 1 lakh plus you get waiver on on road tax and registration (this can come to around 1.25 lakh). However, note that insurance amount for EVs is generally a bit higher than regular petrol/diesel cars
  • @Ajit, is the FAME applicable to anyone all over India? how soon do we receive the FAME subsidy after purchase? There is no info on this in a clear way anywhere. Thank you.
  • Fame-II subsidy is applicable on commercial vehicles only. Tata do not sale Nexon as commercial. So Fame-II subsidy is not applicable for TATA Nexon EV.
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Q. Can we charge Tata Nexon EV with portable gen during long trip which is around 3-4 KW?
  • Theoretically yes, as long as the grounding is good and power supply is well regulated. NexonEV needs a 220V, 15A power supply, which translates to 3.3kW.
  • I don't think so; you can replace standard 220V/15A with 3.3 kWh. If this kind of practices is done, battery life will be surely affected.
  • A 5KVA inverter based generator which gives a consistent freq and Voltage will surely can do the Job... Only problem taking this generators along on the Journey as they are heavy and these generators need approx 1.5Litre petrol per hour and for a 8 hour charging period 3KWA load we need around 12 to 14 litres of petrol....the mileage seems same or better when as compared to a petrol car :)... Maybe Tata comes with a genes fitted model.....:)
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Tata Nexon EV Colours

  • Midnight Black Midnight Black
  • Signature Teal Blue Signature Teal Blue
  • Glacier White Glacier White
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Tata Nexon EV Mileage

Fuel Type Transmission ARAI Claimed
Electric(Battery) Automatic 0 Km/Charge

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Tata Nexon EV News Updates

New Agreement Makes Tata Official Owner Of Ford’s Sanand Plant In Gujarat
New Agreement Makes Tata Official Owner Of Ford’s Sanand Plant In Gujarat
8 Aug, 2022
Ford shut its manufacturing operations in India in 2021. Tata Electric Mobility now owns the Sanand plant and all its facilities. Nexon EV and upcoming Curvv and... read more

Tata Nexon EV Prime Launched With Cruise Control And Other Features From Long-range Version
Tata Nexon EV Prime Launched With Cruise Control And Other Features From Long-range Version
12 Jul, 2022
Nexon EV Prime gets standard TPMS, smartwatch connectivity, cruise control and regen modes. Powered by the same 30.2kWh battery pack and 130PS e-motor. Prices start... read more

Tata’s Electric Lineup Gets Dearer
Tata’s Electric Lineup Gets Dearer
12 Jul, 2022
Tata Motors had announced last week that it would be rolling out a price hike across its model range, and now, its electric lineup, which comprises models like the Nexon... read more
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Tata Nexon EV FAQs

What is the price of Tata Nexon EV Top Variant in 2022?

The 2022 ex-showroom price of top variant of Tata Nexon EV is 17.50 Lakh (Delhi).

What is the EMI of Tata Nexon EV in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Tata Nexon EV in Delhi is Rs. 28,997 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.

What are the top competitors of Tata Nexon EV?

The top 3 competitors of Tata Nexon EV are Tata Tigor EV, Tata Nexon EV Max and Tata Nexon.

What is the boot space in Tata Nexon EV?

The boot space in Tata Nexon EV is 350 L. View full specification of Nexon EV

What is the ground clearance of Tata Nexon EV?

The ground clearance of Tata Nexon EV is 205 mm.

What are the best financing options for Tata Nexon EV?

New car loan - get upto 100% loan on your car! Loan against car - your old car will pay for your new car!

How much time does a Tata Nexon EV take to fully charge?

Nexon EV Prime taking 60 Min(0-80%) to get fully charged.

What is the battery life of Tata Nexon EV?

Battery capacity of Nexon EV Prime is 30.2KWH.

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