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Tata’s Electric Lineup Gets Dearer


It's also the first price hike for the Nexon EV Max since its launch in May

 

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 EV sub-4-metre SUV and Tigor EV subcompact sedan, has gotten dearer.

Here’s how much extra you’ll have to shell out for Tata’s electric models now:

 

Tata Nexon EV 

Variants

Old Price

New Price

Difference

Nexon EV

XM

Rs 14.79 lakh

Rs 14.99 lakh

Rs 20,000

XZ+

Rs 16.20 lakh

Rs 16.30 lakh

Rs 10,000

XZ+ LUX

Rs 17.20 lakh

Rs 17.30 lakh

Rs 10,000

XZ+ Dark

Rs 16.49 lakh

Rs 16.49 lakh

-

XZ+ LUX Dark

Rs 17.40 lakh

Rs 17.50 lakh

Rs 10,000

Nexon EV Max

XZ+ 

Rs 17.74 lakh

Rs 18.34 lakh

Rs 60,000

XZ+ (Fast Charger)

Rs 18.24 lakh

Rs 18.84 lakh

Rs 60,000

XZ+ LUX

Rs 18.74 lakh

Rs 19.34 lakh

Rs 60,000

XZ+ LUX (Fast Charger)

Rs 19.24 lakh

Rs 19.84 lakh

Rs 60,000

All prices ex-showroom

In the case of the Nexon EV, it's actually the third time Tata has increased the electric SUV’s price within the past six months. It’s the first time the newly launched Nexon EV Max gets a price hike. For the standard model, it's the base-spec XM  that is the most affected model with a Rs 20,000 hike, while the Max gets a uniform hike to the tune of Rs 60,000 across its variant range. That being said, the XZ+ Dark edition trim has been exempted from this price increment.

Tata Tigor EV

Variants

Old Price

New Price

Difference

XE

Rs 12.24 lakh

Rs 12.49 lakh

Rs 25,000

XM

Rs 12.74 lakh

Rs 12.99 lakh

Rs 25,000

XZ+

Rs 13.24 lakh

Rs 13.49 lakh

Rs 25,000

XZ+ DT

Rs 13.39 lakh

Rs 13.64 lakh

Rs 25,000

All prices ex-showroom

 

For the Tigor EV, there’s no such differences as all four variants have gotten dearer by Rs 25,000. 

Under the hood, the Nexon EV in its standard iteration gets a 30.2kWh battery pack which helps offer a claimed, 318km of range. The Max on the other hand comes with a larger 40.5kWh battery, offering 437km on a single charge. The Tigor EV is equipped with a 26kWh battery pack, translating to 306km of range.  

The Tata Nexon EV doesn’t have a proper rival yet in standard form, but the Max’s specifications pit it against the MG ZS EV and the Hyundai Kona Electric. As for the Tigor EV, it will soon have the upcoming Mahindra KUV100 EV as its rival.

 

 

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