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Tata Nexon 2017-2020

4.4
217 reviews Write & win ₹ 2000
Rs. 6.50 - 6.95 Lakh
Discontinued Model since 21 Sep 2020

About Tata Nexon 2017-2020

Tata Motors changed the way we looked at the Indian carmaker when it first showcased the Nexon. It might have been a bit rough around the edges when we first drove it, but it also showcased just how far Tata Motors had progressed since it ventured into the passenger vehicle space in India back in 1991. The issues we found with the Nexon petrol manual were rectified in the petrol AMT, a clear indication that Tata seems to be on the right path. The Nexon has always been a looker and the new Etna Orange paint is bound to turn even more heads. The quality of the interiors is pretty impressive, especially in terms of the choice of materials and their soft-touch feel. The Tata Nexon is powered by a set of new-age powertrains: a 110PS/170Nm, 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol engine; and a 110PS/260Nm, 1.5-litre turbocharged diesel engine. Both engines are available with the choice of a 6-speed manual and a 6-speed AMT. The Nexon is the only car in its segment to offer an AMT with both petrol and diesel powertrains. To commemorate Nexon’s first anniversary in India, Tata also introduced the Kraz (pronounced ‘crazy) trim in two variants, Kraz and Kraz+. Both variants are available with both petrol and diesel engine options and are based on the XM and XT variants respectively. Priced between Rs 6.22-10.66 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), the Nexon has primarily got the Maruti Vitara Brezza in its crosshairs along with the Ford Ecosport and Mahindra TUV.

Tata Nexon 2017-2020 Overview

Tata will soon update its Nexon sub-4-metre SUV. New BS6 engines and a facelift are what we expect. The Nexon could also get some interior changes. New features are likely to include cruise control, automatic headlamps, and a new instrument cluster. Tata hasn't disclosed when it will launch the updated compact SUV, but we might get to see it at Auto Expo 2020. Meanwhile, the company has revealed the electric version of the Nexon, giving us an idea of what to expect with the facelifted Nexon. Find out all we know about the Nexon EV here.

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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Nexon 2017-2020

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Q. Can i get 215 tyre fitted in nexon XE
  • You may go for a big sized tyre but upsizing the size of a tyre is increasingly becoming an obsession with people to create an added visual appeal to their bike. Moreover, It is advisable to go for an upgrade anywhere between the 3% margin for better performance and handling, increased grip and creating a visual appeal. Do take note that upsizing the wheels and tyres may decrease the fuel efficiency of the bike and may result in a speedometer error on the bike if upsizing is not correct. Click on the link to get the nearest service centre and select your city accordingly service center.
  • 215/60 R16 with max load of 690kg should be fine.
Q. Naxon 2021 xz+ booked on Oct. 15,2021 pls tell me when will I get the delivery?
  • For the availability and booking status, we would suggest you to please connect with the authorized dealer in your city as it depends on their stock book. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
  • Book with the well established dealer. So that, incase some one is not buying the ordered vehicle you'll be given with first priority. For me samething happened, I got the XZ+ variant with in a month
  • I booked nexon xzplus on 24th Oct 2021 and got a call from dealer on 22nd Dec that the car is alloted
Q. It is electric car?
  • No, the Tata Nexon is not an electric car. Tata has provided the sub-4m SUV with two engine options: a 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol (120PS/170Nm) and a 1.5-litre turbocharged diesel (110PS/260Nm). Both can be paired with either a 6-speed MT or a 6-speed AMT. Meanwhile, Tata Nexon EV is an electric car. The Nexon EV will use Tata’s new Ziptron technology. It will get a 30.2kWh battery pack and will offer a claimed range of over 300km. The Nexon EV will support fast-charging and will be offered with an 8-year standard warranty. What’s more, it will come with an IP67 waterproof battery pack.
Q. Which one to choose out of Nexon XZA+ Petrol or Venue SX DCT Petrol both in automatic transmission??
  • Both the cars are good in their own forte. Venue packs in a lot in terms of sensible features while throwing in some extra ‘wow’ ones as well. Hyundai has got the basics spot on with the Venue. It’s spacious enough for the urban family, it has a large boot, and it’s offering the right blend of features and quality. On the other hand, The Tata Nexon has made a lot of improvements in this facelift. It looks better, feels more premium on the inside and now has a feature list to walk shoulder to shoulder with much of the competition. Reasons to buy the Nexon however remain the same: its 5-star safety, ride comfort, sound system, rear-seat space and value for money mid variants. 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 -Hyundai Venue vs Tata Nexon.-Hyundai Venue iMT: First Drive Review.-2020 Tata Nexon Facelift: Road Test Review.
Q. Is tata nexon xz driver seat height adjustuble?
  • Yes, Tata Nexon 2017-2020 1.2 Revotron XZ features Height Adjustable Driver Seat.
  • No, 2021 XZ does not have height adjustability.
Q. Which is better,convenient and low cost maintenance amt,imt,cvt or dct?
  • Automated Manual Transmission (AMT): This transmission is the latest iteration of transmission development. This gearbox uses a regular clutch and gear configuration, but the gearshifts are done using sensors, hydraulic actuators, and pneumatics when it comes to high-performance applications. Due to their cost-effectiveness, it is found in budget cars like the Hyundai Santro, Maruti WagonR, Maruti Swift, and so on. It is the most cost-effective transmission compared to its counterparts. Delivers fuel efficiency at a similar level to manuals. Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT): This type of automatic transmission uses pulleys or belts for gear shifting. The use of belts or pulleys instead of steel gears results in variable gear ratios dependent on engine speed or RPM. As a result, this helps it deliver better fuel economy and a smooth and jerk-free drive. On the downside, if you are an enthusiastic driver you will not like the transmission lag whenever you floor the throttle. Popular cars using CVTs include the Maruti Suzuki Baleno, Hyundai i20, and Honda City. The best transmission for fuel economy. Smooth operation in stop-start traffic situations. Dual-Clutch Transmission (DCT): A dual-clutch transmission uses two separate shafts with their own clutches for gear shifts: one shaft for odd-numbered gears and the other for even-numbered gears. This type of automatic transmission is purely a performance-oriented transmission that also delivers good fuel efficiency but comes at a penalty of higher manufacturing cost. If a problem arises they are also expensive to maintain. This type of transmission has now found its way on more affordable cars like the VW Polo and the Skoda Octavia apart from their use in sports cars. intelligent Manual Transmission (iMT): iMT is a term coined by Hyundai for their latest advancement: the clutchless manual transmission. It is as simple as it sounds: a manual transmission in which the clutch pedal is missing. If you are used to driving a manual and are only considering an automatic because you’re always stuck in traffic, then an iMT may be worth considering. For a better understanding of compatibility and driving comfort, we would suggest you to take a test drive. Follow the link and select your desired city and brand for dealership.

Tata Nexon 2017-2020 User Reviews

4.4/5
Based on 217 reviews & 575 rating
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  • Comfort (39)
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  • Performance (29)
  • Service (22)
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  • Power (14)
  • Engine (14)
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  • Seat (8)
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  • Average rem

    I have nexon automatic 2020 model and the average in city max 15 km per day is 10.3 to 10.8, Sometimes for larger distance it gives an average of 12.5 to 12.8.

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  • 4.0
    Good car, with very good

    Good car, With very good safety ratings.Very smooth in terms of ride and comfort.The seats are top notch and the space is very good.

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  • 4.3
    I am a log term user of Nexon.

    I am a log term user of nexon.Mine is a 1.5diesel dt manual & have driven more than 80000km till date.Biggest plus point is the fuel efficiency & build quality.Being a light footed driver, I get approx 22-23kmpl on highways & 15-16kmpl in city.Coming to build quality, Its excellent.Although, Finishing touches inside the cabin isn't upto the mark, But the 1.5turbo engine with its power made up for the shortcomings.Driving on the highway with this engine is absolutely amazing.Coming to cons: servicing; yes this has been a major shortcoming for tm.I have visited 6 workshops, Condition is similar in every workshop.The mechanics only know basis servicing techniques.For eg: both of my headlights aren't working for last 1 year & after visiting 6 workshops also, They couldn't find the fault.Lastly a local mechanic repaired the lights & charged only rs 300 for that.Understand that my car is from the 1st gen batch & major issues were resolved in the 2nd gen.But given the excellent cars of tm (safety & build quality), I am again thinking to go for tata only.

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  • 5.0
    Driving experience

    Driving experience is awesome.The car is a beast.Engine is powerful and the mileage i am getting is 25 kmpl in eco mode, 18 kmpl in sports mode and 22 kmpl in city mode.Service cost of all tata vehicles is high compared to other cars in the segment but definitely worth it.Build quality is nothing to talk about when it comes to tata.

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  • 4.0
    I have xza+ variant driving

    I have xza+ variant driving experience: 1.Most of the time fuel emission from 1st to 2nd gear is not so smooth.Some times felt so annoying.2.Driving in hilly area is quite impatient, Specially while going downwards it couldn't identify which gear is suitable for driving, I had to change it to manual for smooth driving.3.I am fond of road trips and went long distances, Drove totally 20000+ km in last 3 years, Covering almost all wester ghats never face any break down not even tyre puncture.4.While going above 100km/hr felt very steady and comfortable not shaking or uncontrolled but just for testing purpose.5.Economy mode is really helpful if you want to save fuel it gives me mileage of around 13.5km/lit and 15km/lit with and without ac in highway and 11.5km/lit and 13km/lit in city with and without ac.However you need so much patience while driving eco mode it transmit the fuel slowly and you need to hit the gas steady do not accelerate aggressively.6.City mode is comparatively faster than eco mode nothing much difference.7.Sports mode is really fast if you don't care about the mileage and just want to go fast this mode is super, I love this mode while chasing the vehicles in highway to overtake it really aggressive.8.Service is good in big city it takes around 8-10 k per service with engine oil changes and need to change engine oil almost 8-10 thousand km or in every year based on the usage.9.Faced problem with sun roof most of the time its functionality failed and couldn't close had to visit service centre multiple times to fix it.10.The most annoying experience is with remote key if your remote key battery is down the car sensor doesn't work to find key even if you put the key in key area it keeps beeping "key not found in loud voice" went service centre few times to make it fix but still its not fixed.And remote battery is getting drained in every 6-8 months don't know about other brand cars but its very bad, It should work at least 2-3 years.11.Seating is very spacious and comfy.12.One major drawback that i found out when i drove someone else car, It is the right side blind spot.This is due to the the width of car body which connect front wind shield glass and driver door glass, That blocks most of the view in right side, To avoid it i used to move my head but for other vehicle it comparatively very less and it doesn't block the view.My overall experience is good with this vehicle.

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