The owner of today is Mr Prajyot Jadhav. The Tata Nexon here was bought in 2019. It is the XM variant of the car. The Diesel-powered car is orange in colour. The on-road price of the car is Rs.9.43 lakh. The car has been driven for 18,000km. Read more about Tata Nexon Owner’s Review below.
Why did the customer buy a Nexon?
The customer took multiple test drives of Tata Nexon and was well aware of the competition in the segment. Customer’s second choice was the Ford Ecosport. The owner also checked out Hyundai Venue, Maruti Brezza, Honda WR-V, Amaza, Skoda Rapid and Maruti Ciaz. The customer checked all these cars and then settled on the Nexon.
The customer’s second favourite
The Ford Ecosport as mentioned above was the customer’s second choice behind Nexon. The owner went ahead with Nexon because of multiple reasons. The first one being better rear-seat comfort in Nexon. The customer also loved the music system with the Tata Nexon. No touchscreen system was available but the customer did not care.
Overall Journey with the Nexon
The customer is very happy with the journey with Tata Nexon till this day. The customer also recommended the same car to many of his friends. The customer is also impressed with the strong build quality of the car. The customer suffered a major accident with the car but escaped unhurt and without any serious damage to the SUV.
The customer loves to drive the car. He also said that he once drove the car straight for 10 hours. Three driving modes with the Nexon greatly help in the mileage department. Eco mode for long journey promises a highway mileage of up to 27kmpl. The sports mode and city mode are decent too. The city mode mileage is about 18kmpl.
What about service and maintenance
The overall experience of the customer with the Tata service centre has been very good and positive. Follow-up after the sale of the car is also a highly respectable feature. The servicing experience of the customer is also good. Sometimes he has to push the service people on a rare basis. The yearly maintenance cost is around Rs.3500 to Rs.4000. More about Tata Nexon Owner’s Review below.
What about the cons of the car
The clutch length is a small issue with the Nexon. Second to their gear shift feels a little jerky. The issue becomes quite normal after you get used to the car. If the clutch length gets shorter, the issue can be permanently solved. Sometimes reverse gear also does not engage on the first try. The front pillar though contributes to the tough build quality and safety of the car leads to blind spot in some conditions.
Goodness and Conclusion
The customer is very much impressed with the 260Nm of torque with the Diesel Tata Nexon. Higher torque leads to less gear shifts. You can easily cross speed breakers in the city in the third gear itself. Low-speed pickup is also impressive. Less gear shifts transform the manual to near-automatic experience. If given the chance to travel to the past and choose a car again, the customer will happily once again buy the Tata Nexon Diesel. The customer also rates himself very happy and recommends this car to anyone with a similar budget.