The Tata Nexon has been selling well and one major reason behind this has been the excellent pricing. Tata wants to be a major player in this segment and it is slowly achieving that with the Nexon. As an ongoing upgrade, the company has added a few important upgrades t the Nexon, which are not visible. This has been done to make the vehicle safer and also more user friendly. The projector headlamps of the Nexon have now been fitted with silicon pads. This has been done to endure that the wiring of the headlamps does not interfere with the projector units.

This move eliminates the risk of a fire due to accidental contact of these components. Secondly, the infotainment system software has been updated. There were complains about the touchscreen system hanging and also problems with bluetooth pairing. The key fob off the Nexon also gets a new plastic cover to enable a longer life for it.

The new variant had recently been launched in the Nexon. This is the XZ variant. At the time of the launch of the Nexon there was only the XZ+ variant, which was top of the line. This was followed by the XT, XM and XE variants. Now the Tata Nexon XZ variant sits just below the XZ+. This variant offloads some of the features offered in the XZ+ like the dual-tone roof, daytime running lights (DRLs), alloy wheels, front and a rear armrests, 60:40 split-folding rear seats, front and rear fog lamps, rear defogger, push button start and also the smart key. This variant is priced at Rs. 7.99 lakhs for petrol and Rs. 8.99 lakhs for diesel, (ex-showroom, Delhi).

Tata Motors offers several new features in this segment. HD touchscreen, rear AC vents with speed control are segment-first. Then first time in any Tata car, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, push start and stop button will be offered. 5-seater SUV, widest of the lot. There is ample of room for three passengers at the back. Nexon is wider than the Creta also.

Tata Nexon variants are four and engine options are two. Both come with six-speed manual. There will be no Nexon automatic available at the moment. This will be under 4 metres SUV. Most powerful diesel engine on offer. Read further to know more about the Tata Nexon interiors, booking, review, colours, video, variants, automatic, pictures and price.

Nexon is an all new compact SUV. It is under 4 metres, made on Zest/Bolt platform.  It competes with Ecosport, Vitara Brezza and the Honda WR-V. We have done a detailed comparison of all these SUVs. See our story.

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Tata Nexon Price in India

Tata Nexon Price in India
Model Price (ex-showroom, Delhi)
Petrol XE ₹ 5.85 lakhs
Petrol XM ₹ 6.49 lakhs
Petrol XT ₹ 7.29 lakhs
Petrol XZ (New) ₹ 7.99 lakhs
Petrol XZ+ ₹ 8.45 lakhs
Diesel XE ₹ 6.85 lakhs 
Diesel XM ₹ 7.39 lakhs
Diesel XT ₹ 8.15 lakhs
Diesel XZ (New) ₹ 8.99 lakhs
Diesel XZ+ ₹ 9.30 lakhs

Tata Nexon is priced aggressively by Tata Motors. This is the company’s new SUV. The aim was to undercut its competitors. At present only the manual version is available. The AMT will also be launched very soon.

Tata Nexon Video

Tata Nexon Variants and Features

There are five variants offered on the Tata Nexon. These are XE, XM, XT XZ and XZ+.Dual airbags and ABS are stand across all variants. The unique features of the Nexon are available only on the top end XZ+ variant.

XE (base variant)

  • Steel Wheels
  • Front Power windows
  • Manual AC
  • Driver Information System
  • Multi driving modes
  • Dual airbags
  • ABS with EBD

XM (all features of XE) and

  • Harman 4 speaker audio system
  • Bluetooth
  • Steering mounted controls
  • ConnectNext smartphone integration
  • Reverse parking sensors
  • Central locking with remote
  • Front and rear power windows
  • Electric ORVMs

XT (all features of XM) and

  • Body coloured ORVMs and door handles
  • Shark fin antenna
  • Automatic climate control
  • Rear AC vents with blower control
  • Electrically retractable ORVMs
  • Cooled glovebox

NEW XZ (all features of XT) and

  • 6.5-inch floating top touchscreen
  • Projector headlamps
  • Harman 8-speaker audio system
  • Height adjustable driver seat
  • Android Auto

XZ+ (all features of XT) and

  • Push button start
  • Smart key
  • Reverse camera
  • LED DRLs
  • 16-inch alloy wheels
  • Cornering fog lamps
  • 60:40 rear split seats
  • Rear armrest
  • Floor console storage with sliding door

Also Read: Tata Nexon Review

Rear seating width Tata Nexon
Very comfortable knee room and shoulder room for 3


Tata Nexon motion 1

Tata Nexon Design

The Tata Nexon is designed as a crossover. This is not very different from the concept shown at the Auto Expo. It takes a departure from the boxy styling and comes out more stylish and suave in the SUV segment. There is a large honeycomb front grille with humanity line. The headlamps seem like a part of  the grille. The LED DRLs are in the headlamp cluster.  The front bumper is quite large and the fog lamps are round with big bezels. The hood has a crowned look.

The side profile is very much like a crossover. It has three colours on it – a grey top and pillars, a white window line and then the body colour. The roofline slopes towards the rear. The rear also unique and very different from any other SUV in the market. The Tata Nexon will come with multiple colour options as well. The rear looks compact, and there is a neatly integrated rear spoiler also. The Nexon surely turns heads wherever it goes and looks really impressive and attractive.

Tata Nexon Colours

The Nexon is available in five colour options:

  • Moroccan Blue
  • Vermont Red
  • Seattle Silver
  • Glasgow Grey
  • Calgary White

Also Read: Ford Ecosport vs Maruti Vitara Brezza vs Mahindra TUV300

Tata Nexon Interior

Tata cars have always been spacious and so is the Nexon. This is also one of the biggest USP of the Nexon. In terms of space and features, the Nexon is extremely competitive. There is generous amount of leg room and headroom, both at the front and at the rear.

Tata Nexon interior

There are a number of features including keyless entry, push start stop, HD touchscreen system with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and reverse camera. Navigation can be connected from a smart phone.  For rear passengers there will be AC vents with blower speed control and rear arm rest too.

Also Read: Maruti Vitara Brezza Price and Features – Nexon competition

The space on offer is good enough and the Nexon has more than sufficient space. Both the rows are comfortable enough to seat five people. The boot space too is good.

Tata Nexon door pocket
Umbrella holder in the door

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Tata Nexon red rear

Tata Nexon Specifications

Engine 1.2-litre turbo petrol 1.5-litre turbo diesel
Power 108bhp 108bhp
Torque 180Nm 260Nm
Transmission 6-speed manual, AMT
Steering Electric power assisted
Ground Clearance 200mm
Tyre Size 16-inch

The Tata Nexon comes both in petrol and diesel. It has a 1.2-litre turbo petrol that delivers about 108bhp of power and 180Nm of maximum torque. The Tata Tiago also uses the same engine, but it gets a turbocharger in the Nexon, for better performance. The power output is also higher. It comes mated to a 6speed manual transmission. This is something unique in this segment for a petrol vehicle.

The other engine is a 1.5-litre diesel engine that churns out about 108bhp of power and it comes with best-in-class torque of 260Nm. The diesel engine is the most powerful one in the segment and this also comes with a 6speed manual transmission. This engine is a four-cylinder one, unlike the three-cylinder one found on the Tiago. Both engines get multiple driving modes which are Eco, City and Sport. The Nexon is a front-wheel drive SUV and it does not have an AWD system.

Also Read: Ford Ecosport 2017 Coming soon – We have the images

Tata Nexon rear AC vents

Tata Nexon Mileage 

Tata Nexon Mileage Diesel Mileage Petrol Mileage Diesel AMT Mileage
City 15 km/l 13 km/l 14 km/l
Highway 19 km/l 16 km/l 18 km/l
ARAI Claimed 22 km/l 19 km/l 21 km/l

The Nexon delivers good fuel efficiency. As the petrol is similar to the Tata Tiago, it should return close to 13km/l in the city and about 17km/l on the highway. At the same time, the diesel engine will return about 17km/l in the city and 20km/l on the highway at least.

Tata Nexon rear end


Tata Nexon Competition

Tata Nexon goes head on against the Ford Ecosport, Maruti Vitara Brezza and Mahindra TUV300. The other competing products in the same price range are Honda WRV and the Hyundai i20 Active. Apart from this, the Nexon falls in the price bracket which has the Maruti Baleno, Honda Jazz, Hyundai Elite i20 on one hand and Honda City, Maruti Ciaz, Volkswagen Vento, Skoda Rapid on the other. The Tata Zest is also in a similar price point for some of the variants.

Also Read: Mahindra S201 – new compact SUV in the making. Global SUV


Tata Nexon Dimensions









Ground Clearance



5 Seater


The Tata Nexon seems very compact and much lesser than 4 metres, due to its design. But on the inside it is very spacious and there is more than sufficient space inside the SUV. Three adults can sit comfortably in this vehicle. The boot is also quite spacious. In terms of space it is the best compact SUV in the market today. The tall stance cannot be neglected thanks to its high ground clearance. There is more than sufficient space and the Nexon

Tata Nexon - Floating Dashtop HD Touchscreen



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  • awesome car , great looks , superb interiors, true Next Gen.

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  • Jass V CVT petrol worth to buy?

  • Make in India to comptete with world’s class car maker. It looks like Range Rover from back side.
    The price is yet to be open. Definitely, it will also surprise buyers.

    TATA is going to sell world class cars from Tiago, Tigor and now Nexon.

    If Mileage cross 20 KM/L in city driving condition, it will break all the record and production required more work force to supply in time.

    Best of Luck.

  • ground clearance is 209mm not 200mm as you have mentioned. Mileage information also might be wrong.

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  • nice suv by tata but afordable ?

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  • Though it is termed as a compact SUV , it has certain deficiencies. (1) It looks smaller. It is more a cross over than an SUV. The curved roof line towards the back makes it looks smaller in size. More over it agonises the entry to the rear side (2) The plastic quality is just average. Though it boast of a premium interior the lack of chrome finish on the dash makes it a bit out dated (3) The Wheel base also is not at par with Ecosport and hence the third passenger in the middle back seat will be experiencing a hell like experience with the A/c blower protruding back right before him/her. (4) The bucket like seat in the rear side is a flop for a vehicle of this segment as the vehicle is not intended to be 2+2 but 2+3. TATA ought to have taken care of the indian family setup before leaping forward.

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