Tata Ups Nexon EV Range With Software Update After Mahindra XUV400 EV’s Arrival

  • Jan 18, 2023
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A new variant for the Max, boost in range and price slash are some of the latest updates

  • The Nexon EV now starts at Rs 14.49 lakh (ex-showroom). 

  • Nexon EV Max gets a new base XM variant starting at Rs 16.49 lakh. 

  • The Nexon EV Max’s entry-level pricing is now more affordable by up to Rs 1.85 lakh. 

  • Max is now more affordable by Rs 85,000, while the Nexon EV Prime costs Rs 50,000 less.

  • Long-range variant also gets a better range claim of 453km, to be available as a software update for existing owners. 

  • Deliveries for the new Nexon EV Max XM trim to begin in April. 

We are used to car prices increasing steadily as the years pass. But in a new twist, Tata has slashed the prices of one of India’s most popular EVs, the Nexon EV Prime and Nexon EV Max. The latter also gets a more affordable base-spec XM variant, and a software update that gives it a longer range, closing the gap between the Tata SUV and the newly launched Mahindra XUV400 EV

The new XM trim level in the Max can be booked from today, while deliveries will begin in April. Here are the new prices.

Tata Nexon EV Now More Affordable 

According to the carmaker, the reason for the price decrease is “the implementation of cutting-edge technology and innovative engineering techniques” in addition to the government’s production-linked incentives that allowed Tata to make the production process more efficient.

Model and variant 

New price 

Older price 


Nexon EV Prime XM 

Rs 14.49 lakh 

Rs 14.99 lakh 

Rs 50,000 

Nexon EV Prime XZ+

Rs 15.99 lakh 

Rs 16.30 lakh 

Rs 31,000

Nexon EV Prime XZ+ Lux 

Rs 16.99 lakh 

Rs 17.30 lakh 

Rs 31,000


Nexon EV Max XM

Rs 16.49 lakh 

Not available 


Nexon EV Max XZ+

Rs 17.49 lakh 

Rs 18.34 lakh 

Rs 85,000

Nexon EV Max XZ+ Lux

Rs 18.49 lakh 

Rs 19.34 lakh 

Rs 85,000

Nexon EV Max XM

Rs 16.99 lakh 

Not available 


Nexon EV Max XZ+

Rs 17.99 lakh 

Rs 18.84 lakh 

Rs 85,000 

Nexon EV Max XZ+ Lux

Rs 18.99 lakh

Rs 19.84 lakh 

Rs 85,000 

*All prices ex-showroom pan-India with 3.3kWh charger option

The Nexon EV Prime is now up to Rs 50,000 lower than before. As for its longer-range sibling, the Nexon EV Max, the price decrease is a flat Rs 85,000 across variants. The base-spec Max variant, priced at Rs 16.49 lakh, brings down the long range SUV’s starting price by a whopping Rs 1.85 lakh!  

Keep in mind that these are prices with a 3.3kWh home charger. All variants of the longer-range Nexon EV Max get the option of a more powerful and quicker-charging 7.2kWh home charger that costs Rs 50,000 extra.

In comparison, the Mahindra XUV400 EV starts at Rs 15.99 lakh for the entry-level variant. Its long-range version is priced at Rs 18.99 lakh (with a standard 7.2kWh charger), which matches the Nexon EV Max’s price with the same charger option.

Nexon EV Max Gets A Longer Range 

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Nexon EV Max owners have a reason to rejoice – the carmaker has managed to increase the EV’s range without any hardware modifications, from 437km to 453km (MIDC) in the units sold from January 25 onwards. Everyone who has already bought the long-range variant will be able to avail of the enhanced range efficiency with a software update that’ll be rolled out from February 15 onwards.

Meanwhile, the Nexon EV Prime gets the same range as before, 312km, with its 30.2kWh battery. 

There are no changes to the equipment list or hardware of either electric SUV. The Nexon EV Prime offers cruise control, connected car tech, automatic AC and push-button start. As for its long-range sibling, the Nexon EV Max XM gets the same set of equipment as the top-spec Prime. Higher-spec XZ+ and XZ+ Lux variants add leatherette seats, front ventilated seats, wireless phone charging and a sunroof.

The enhanced Nexon EV range should attract even more buyers with its lower price point. For those looking for a longer range, the Nexon EV Max presents the most affordable long-range option in the country right now. The electric SUV competes with the aforementioned XUV400 in India, while being a more affordable alternative to the MG ZS EV and Hyundai Kona.

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