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Tata Nexon

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Rs. 7.99 - 15.79 Lakh (Showroom Price in Delhi)
Nexon On Road Price
Base Model
  • Ex-ShowroomRs. 7.99 Lakh
  • RTORs. 71,999
  • InsuranceRs. 41,372
  • On-RoadRs. 9.13 Lakh
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Tata Nexon Specifications

Key Specifications Top Features
  • Engine 1199 - 1497 CC
  • Power 113.31bhp@3750rpm
  • Torque 260Nm@1500-2750rpm
  • Transmission Manual / Automatic
  • Drive Type FWD
  • Mileage 17.01 - 24.08 Kmpl
  • Fuel Type Petrol / Diesel
  • Airbags Driver, Passenger and Side Front
  • Safety Rating 5 Star
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Tata Nexon Variants and Price

Tata Nexon base model price starts at Rs. 7.99 Lakh while the top model is priced at Rs. 15.79 Lakh. Nexon diesel models price starts from Rs. 9.99 Lakh whereas price of Nexon automatic in diesel starts from Rs. 11.79 Lakh . Moreover the Nexon automatic models in petrol starts at Rs. 9.69 Lakh onwards.
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Nexon Smart Opt
17.44 Kmpl . Petrol . Manual
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Rs. 7.99 Lakh
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Nexon Smart
17.44 Kmpl . Petrol . Manual
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Rs. 8.14 Lakh
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Nexon Smart Plus
17.44 Kmpl . Petrol . Manual
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Rs. 8.89 Lakh
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How much is the Nexon’s price?

Prices for the Tata Nexon start at Rs 8 lakh (ex-showroom) for the base petrol-manual mode and go up to Rs 15.80 lakh for the top-end diesel-automatic.

How many variants are there in Tata Nexon?

The Tata Nexon 2024 is offered in four broad variants: Smart, Pure, Creative and Fearless. Each of these four gets further sub-variants with suffixes like (O), Plus and S. Some of these variants are also available with the #Dark edition treatment. The Dark edition is a popular cosmetic special edition that Tata also offers on other models in its range, such as the Harrier and Safari.

Which is the most value for money variant?

If you’re on a stricter budget, the Nexon Pure variant offers good value by offering the basic comforts you would expect from a lower-spec model. However, if you have the budget for a feature-loaded sub-4m SUV, the Nexon Fearless + variant offers the best balance between features and price, especially for those who prioritize an automatic transmission. It boasts a sunroof, ventilated front seats, six airbags, 360-degree camera, and more. Automatic transmission options for these Nexon Fearless variants start from around Rs 14 lakh.

What features does the Nexon get?

Feature offerings depend on the variant, but some highlights include:

LED headlamps with LED daylight running lamps (DRLs), Connected LED taillamp with welcome and goodbye animations, Dual 10.25-inch displays (one for the infotainment system and the other for the instrument cluster), Connected car technology, Auto AC with rear AC vents, wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay (Creative +), wireless phone charging, Ventilated front seats and 360-degree camera (Creative + onwards). The Nexon’s voice activated sunroof is a premium cabin fitment available even from the lower-spec Smart+ S variant.

How spacious is it?

The Nexon comfortably seats five adults, with enough legroom and headroom for passengers of an average size. It’s the only car in its segment where the front passenger seat is also height adjustable. Now, let's talk about luggage space. With 382 litres of cargo space, the Nexon can handle your everyday essentials and weekend getaways with ease. Given its layout, it will be easier to fit in multiple medium or small suitcases plus one large one, rather than multiple full-sized suitcases. Higher variants also get 60:40 split functionality, in case you have to carry more luggage than people.

What engine and transmission options are available?

You have two engine choices, each paired with a multiple transmissions to suit your driving style and needs:

  • 1.2-litre Turbo-Petrol: This engine comes with a 5-speed manual transmission in the base variant, else it gets a 6-speed manual transmission. There are even two types of automatic transmissions on offer here - a 6-speed AMT or a 7-speed DCT, the latter being the only option for the top variant. It has plenty in terms of performance as well with 120 PS of power and 170 Nm of torque.

  • 1.5-litre Diesel: The diesel engine is often considered the all-rounder for its balance of power and better fuel efficiency on highways. It's available with a 6-speed manual or 6-speed AMT.

What’s the mileage of Tata Nexon?

The claimed mileage of the facelift Nexon varies depending on the engine and transmission you choose. Here's a quick summary:

1.2-litre Turbo-Petrol: 17.44 kmpl (manual), 17.18 kmpl (6AMT), 17.01 kmpl (DCA)

1.5-litre Diesel: 23.23 kmpl (manual), 24.08 kmpl (automatic)

Real world efficiencies will likely be lower than the claimed figures by around 4-5 kmpl for each powertrain as these numbers were derived from lab tests and not real-world conditions.

If fuel efficiencies are of the highest importance for your new car, you might be interested to know that there will soon be a factory-fitted CNG option as well for the Tata Nexon.

How safe is the Tata Nexon?

Safety features vary by variant, but all variants include 6 airbags, electronic stability control, ABS with EBD, ISOFIX child seat anchorage, rear parking sensors, and hill hold control. The higher spec variants also offer a 360-degree camera with blind view monitor, front parking sensors and tyre pressure monitoring system. This facelifted version has upheld the reputation of the Nexon’s safety quotient as it also received a 5-star safety rating in Global NCAP’s crash tests.

How many colour options are there?

The Nexon comes in six monotone colours and seven dual-tone shades. These include:

Calgary White, Daytona Grey, Flame Red, Pure Grey, Creative Ocean, Atlas Black, Pristine White with black roof, Daytona Grey with white roof, Daytona Grey with black roof, Flame Red with white roof, Flame Red with black roof, Creative Ocean with white roof and Fearless Purple with black roof.

We especially like:

Fearless Purple, if you wish to stand out and turn heads

Atlas Black, if you like sharp, sophisticated looks

Should you buy the 2024 Nexon?

The Nexon makes for an excellent family car. It offers ample space, a comprehensive set of features including safety features too. Rivals like Kia Sonet and Mahindra XUV 3XO are also competent options you can consider buying for the same price.

What are my alternatives?

The Tata Nexon competes with other strong contenders like the Maruti Brezza, Hyundai Venue, Kia Sonet, Mahindra XUV 3XO, Nissan Magnite, and Renault Kiger. For a similar budget, you could also consider crossover options such as the Maruti Fronx or Toyota Taisor. If you are leaning towards a larger SUV, you can choose the mid-spec variants of larger cars like the Hyundai Creta, Maruti Grand Vitara, Kia Seltos, Honda Elevate and Volkswagen Taigun, though these variants will not be as feature loaded at the same price.

Other things to consider:

There is also an all-electric version of the Nexon, the Nexon EV, which offers even more premium features on top of the ones mentioned above. The Nexon EV has two battery pack options and a max claimed range of 465 km, with prices starting from Rs 14.49 lakh (ex-showroom). Tata also has plans for some feature upgrades for the Nexon in the near future if you would like to postpone your purchase decision.

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Tata Nexon Pros and Cons

Nexon Advantages

Comfortable ride quality, quick and smooth petrol DCT, very comfortable seats, well-rounded tech package, strong safety package

Nexon Disadvantages

Alternatives like the Maruti Brezza offer more cabin space, infotainment system glitches periodically

Nexon Expert's Conclusion

The Tata Nexon continues to be one of the best sub-compact family SUVs money can buy, and it now gets a tech package that helps it punch above its segment

Tata Nexon Expert Review

 The Tata Nexon is a sub-compact SUV, measuring under 4 metres in length. It is one of Tata’s most popular cars and among the highest-selling cars in India. At a similar price as the Tata Nexon, you can also get alternatives such as the Maruti Suzuki Brezza, Hyundai Venue, Kia Sonet and Mahindra XUV300.

While the 2023 Tata Nexon isn’t a new-generation car in the traditional sense, the Nexon experience is now significantly different.

The Tata Nexon was launched in 2017 and as the years went by, the sub-compact SUV frequently and consistently received updates to make sure it stayed modern enough. These updates are:

  • The 2020 Tata Nexon facelift
  • The endless list of special editions
  • A car that started a mini revolution of its own - the Tata Nexon EV 
  • And the expansion of this model line to include over 40 possible variants!

Come 2023 and what we should have been looking at is a brand-new generation of the Tata Nexon. This usually entails a change in platform, perhaps a departure in design language and changes to variables like the space and practicality available. That isn’t what’s happened with the 2023 Tata Nexon. 

However, it doesn’t subdue the fact that this is a monumental change in the Tata Nexon experience, to the extent that just calling it a facelift would be underplaying just how much is new here.


The first and most apparent change is in the range of colour options. The new Tata Nexon has bright and popping colours like purple, turquoise, bright red and a specific kind of grey that you traditionally see on European cars (often referred to as Nardo Grey).

The other standout is the new DRL signature that makes the 2023 Tata Nexon look a bit techier. The fascia also changes to now include a gloss black mask above the front grille and the LED headlights and fog lights get integrated into the front bumper. Viewed head-on, it’s easy to tell this Tata Nexon apart from the version it replaces.

However, the side profile will look plenty familiar as it still has the curvy crossover stance the Tata Nexon always did. The one point of differentiation: the 16-inch alloy wheels that get aero-flaps integrated into them to improve efficiency and reduce drag.

At the rear, the big change comes in the form of the X-shaped connected LED tail lamps that make this Tata Nexon easy to distinguish from the rear. Here too, we see a gloss black finish around the lamps and while they look good, they tend to scratch up far too easily. Another change is the rear wiper that’s now tucked away underneath the rear spoiler, giving the rear a cleaner look. The DRLs and taillights also get a new welcome/goodbye lighting animation that looks cool!


In design, the change is a small but significant one. The 2023 Tata Nexon features more horizontally aligned elements. Tata has also employed more leatherette throughout the cabin, including some on the dashboard. The quality of plastics has also improved and generally, the experience inside the new Tata Nexon is a more premium one.

Nowhere is this seen more than in the seats. Both, the front and rear seats have been beefed up with a generous heap of extra padding, giving you a mobile sofa experience. Not only are the seats comfortable, they also offer better underthigh support while the padding is at the right balance between soft and firm to make the seats good for both city commutes and long distance trips.

However, the chunkier seats combined with the new front seats that haven’t been scooped out at the rear seem to have reduced the knee room available. You can still seat a 6 footer behind their own driving position but the space left has reduced by a few millimeters.

Some other changes include the addition of type-A and type-C USB chargers in both seat rows, both front seats are now height-adjustable and there are more gloss black elements in the centre console, which look premium but are smudge and scratch magnets. Opting for the purple exterior paint will also get you a purple-black interior while the other colours get a black cabin.

Tata did miss an opportunity to cover some gaps in practicality. The front storage area is quite small and isn’t ideal to store any knick-knacks. And with the wireless phone charger and drive mode dial taking up space in the middle, there’s simply no usable cupholder at all.


First, there’s the 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system that supports both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay wirelessly. The screen’s interface is very easy to follow with a handy drop down slider for shortcuts as well. Interestingly, the screen and the instrument cluster will have themes that are variant specific.

FYI: Variants: Smart, Smart+, Pure, Creative, Creative+, Fearless, Fearless Plus+

Operationally, this screen is great but it did glitch at different points and even froze completely with the issues experienced in more than one test car.

This screen also hosts two important new feature displays: the 360-degree camera, and the linked blind-view camera. We didn’t get to test it out extensively in the dark, but the camera feed, though slightly laggy, offered a clear surround view with a good deal of flexibility when it comes to viewing angles. The indicator linked blind view camera does come in handy too. One catch here is its integration, wherein the feed takes up the full view on the touchscreen so if you have, say, navigation running, the view gets pasted over which can make things tricky for you especially on unknown roads.

But a cool bit of kit where you can see the navigation feed in the new 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster. With Android Auto, you can see the Google Maps feed right here and with Apple CarPlay, you’ll have Apple Maps displayed, either in between the dials or with maps taking up the full real estate.

This digital cluster offers multiple views, and besides info like the seatbelt warning and outside temperature display, also shows you what media’s being used, the highline TPMS display and the usual driving data.


Other Features

Cruise Control

Tilt Steering

Wireless Phone Charger


iRA Connected Car Tech

Auto-Dimming IRVM

Auto Headlamps

Rain-Sensing Wipers

Ventilated Front Seats

Smart-Key With Push-Button Start


The new two-spoke Tata steering looks like a touch panel especially with the gently glowing Tata logo but does employ traditional buttons. The AC console, however, gets a new touch-sensitive panel. Tata’s done well to keep the blower speed and temperature toggles as physical controls but the hazard light, door lock, boot release and other AC functions including express cool are touch-to-use.

Last but not the least, the new JBL sound system with 4 speakers, 4 tweeters and a subwoofer delivers quite a complete and punchy aural experience.

Boot Space

Two large/airport-sized suitcases or two medium-sized bags along with some duffel bags can fit into the boot with the parcel tray still in place. There are 4 bag hooks integrated into the boot’s plastic panels, along with a 12V socket as well. The rear seats do fold down but at a rather sharp angle. 

However, you can flip the rear seat base up and get a flatter position for the dropped backrests, although it still won’t sit flush in line with the boot floor.


6 airbags, ABS with EBD, ESP, rear parking sensors and ISOFIX come as standard. Higher variants add front parking sensors, highline TPMS, and a rear camera or 360-degree camera with blind-view monitoring.


The 2023 Tata Nexon continues with the same 1.2-litre petrol (120PS/170Nm) and 1.5-litre diesel (115PS/260Nm) engines. The petrol will be offered with 4 transmissions: a 5-speed manual, a 6-speed manual, a 6-speed AMT, and the new 7-speed DCT, while the diesel gets either a 6-speed manual or an AMT.

Driving the 7-speed dual-clutch automatic is a smooth and relaxed experience. This transmission offers very smooth gear changes even with hard throttle inputs and brings in a layer of sophistication in the drive experience that the Tata Nexon hasn’t offered until now. You can tell the engine is a 3-cylinder unit by how it sounds and the rather clunky sound it makes when shut off but vibrations are kept in check reasonably well.

All the automatics are now offered with paddle-shifters. While they do come in handy for added manual control and manual mode does let you stick to higher revs for long, pressing and holding the upshift paddle doesn’t re-engage Drive mode as it does in any other paddle-shifter equipped automatics (something Tata could fix).

The diesel is the go-to option for those who expect high running especially in heavy city traffic. While the petrol DCT certainly offers the most sophisticated drive experience, cars running this powertrain combination tend to be less fuel-efficient in heavy traffic.

Ride comfort is where the Tata Nexon scores highest, though. Even the sharpest of bumps are dusted off with ease, with the suspension noise controlled very well too. The Tata Nexon also offers good high-speed manners and doesn’t get bouncy even with a full passenger load.


What Tata has managed to do with the 2023 Tata Nexon is retain what made it a great family car to begin with while taking things to the next level, especially with the interior quality, petrol DCT, design and tech package.

However, it’s important for facets like the tech package run glitch-free for the experience to truly deliver on its potential. This was also an opportunity missed to correct certain functional gaps in the Nexon’s interior practicality package.

That addressed, the new Nexon isn’t just a threat to every other car in the segment, it’s now doing enough to truly punch above its weight.

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Petrol / Diesel
Diesel / Petrol Petrol / CNG CNG / Petrol Petrol / Diesel Diesel / Petrol Petrol / CNG Petrol Petrol
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Automatic / Manual Manual / Automatic Automatic / Manual Manual / Automatic Manual / Automatic Manual / Automatic Automatic / Manual Automatic / Manual
17.44 - 24.08 Kmpl
17.96 - 20.6 Kmpl 18.8 Kmpl - 26.99 Km/Kg 17.38 Kmpl - 25.51 Km/Kg - 17.7 - 21.8 Kmpl 20.01 Kmpl - 28.51 Km/Kg 17.88 - 19.87 Kmpl 14.82 - 15.43 Kmpl
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Tata Nexon Colours

Tata Nexon car is available in 10 exciting colours options like Fearless Purple Dual Tone, Pristine White Dual Tone, Atlas Black, Daytona Grey Dual Tone, Creative Ocean, Flame Red Dual Tone, Pure Grey, Calgary White, Daytona Grey and Flame Red.
  • Fearless Purple Dual Tone
  • Pristine White Dual Tone
  • Atlas Black
  • Daytona Grey Dual Tone
  • Creative Ocean
  • Flame Red Dual Tone
  • Pure Grey
  • Calgary White
  • Daytona Grey
  • Flame Red

Tata Nexon Mileage

The mileage of Tata Nexon starts from 17.18 Kmpl to 24.08 Kmpl. The claimed ARAI mileage of Nexon Petrol Manual is 17.44 Kmpl and for the Nexon Diesel Manual is 23.23 Kmpl. In Automatic the claimed ARAI mileage of Nexon Petrol is 17.18 Kmpl and for the Nexon Diesel Automatic is 24.08 Kmpl.

Questions & Answers on Nexon

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Q. What is the body type of Tata Nexon?
  • The Tata Nexon comes under the category of Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) body type.
Q. What are the available features in Tata Nexon?
  • Tata Nexon features a new 10.25-inch infotainment touchscreen, a 10.25-inch digital driver's display, and a 360-degree camera system. Key features like a sunroof, Android Auto/Apple CarPlay connectivity (now wireless), ventilated front seats, a wireless phone charger, cruise control, keyless entry, and push-button start have been retained from the outgoing Nexon. The 2023 Nexon’s safety kit includes up to six airbags, ABS with EBD, ISOFIX mounts, electronic stability control, and a tyre pressure monitoring system.
Q. What is the ground clearance of Tata Nexon?
  • The Tata Nexon has ground clearance of 209 mm.
Q. What is the fuel tank capacity of Tata Nexon?
  • The fuel tank capacity of Tata Nexon is 44 Liters.
Q. What are the color option in Tata Nexon?
  • Tata Nexon is available in 10 different colours - Creative Ocean, Pristine White Dual Tone, Flame Red, Calgary White, Pure Grey, Fearless Purple Dual Tone, Flame Red Dual Tone, Daytona Grey Dual Tone, Daytona Grey and Atlas Black.
Q. What is the type of rear suspension of Tata Nexon?
  • The rear suspension of Tata Punch is Semi-independent Twist Beam With Coil Spring And Shock Absorber.

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Tata Nexon FAQs

What is the price of top model of Tata Nexon?

The ex-showroom price of top variant of Tata Nexon is 15.79 Lakh (Delhi).

What is the EMI of Tata Nexon in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Tata Nexon in Delhi is Rs. 15,475 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.

What are the top competitors of Tata Nexon?

The top 3 competitors of Tata Nexon are Mahindra XUV 3XO, Tata Punch and Kia Sonet.

What is the boot space in Tata Nexon?

The boot space in Tata Nexon is 382 L.

What is the ground clearance of Tata Nexon?

The ground clearance of Tata Nexon is 208 mm.

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