2020 Tata Nexon Facelift Petrol Variants Explained - Which One To Buy?

2020 Tata Nexon Facelift Petrol Variants Explained - Which One To Buy?

Read on to find out which variant of the 2020 Tata Nexon facelift petrol is the most value for money. Here we compare the prices of the 2020 Nexon facelifts petrol variants and the features to tell you which variant is the most Value For Money (VFM). Then we will compare the engine specs, dimensions and fuel efficiency of the 2020 Tata Nexon Facelift with its competitors and other petrol B2-segment SUVs.

 

2020 Tata Nexon Facelift

Note: This article includes the newly introduced XM (S) variant of the Tata Nexon, which comes with sunroof and a few additional features. It also has the latest prices of the Nexon petrol as of September 2020.

What Are The Pros And Cons Of Tata Nexon Facelift Petrol?

The pros or advantages of Nexon facelift petrol 2020 are:

  • Great torque and power output from the turbo petrol engine.
  • A fairly wide and tall body lends it a great road presence.
  • Best-in-class ground clearance of 209mm.
  • Best-in-class safety feature and 5-star Global NCAP rating - including for the base variant, which gets all of the critical safety equipment
  • The XE variant doesn’t look like a base variant from the outside (gets the same headlamps and tail lamp cluster as higher variants).
  • Gets option of manual and AMT automatic transmissions.
  • Gets a good number of features for its class.
  • Attractive starting price
  • Most affordable car with a sunroof - and an SUV at that

The Tata Nexon facelift petrol 2020 has the following shortcomings or problems:

  • Expensive XM and XZ variants.
  • It gets a non-standard music system slot. So, you can’t easily add a music system in the XE variant.
  • 6-month service interval is too short. It gives the dealer a chance to upsell at every service visit and will eventually end up costing more than other cars in the segment. 10,000km/1 year is the industry standard.

 

What Is The Price Of The 2020 Tata Nexon Facelift Petrol?

The 2020 Nexon facelift is available with a 1.2-litre turbo petrol engine with a 6-speed manual and a 6-speed AMT automatic transmission. The manual transmission is available in 7 variants - XE, XM, XM (S), XZ, XZ Plus, XZ Plus (S) and XZ Plus (O). Their prices start at Rs. 6.99 lakh and go up to Rs. 10.54 lakh.

The Nexon petrol automatic is available in 5 variants - XM, XM (S), XZ Plus, XZ Plus (S) and XZ Plus (O) - with prices ranging from Rs. 8.44 lakh to Rs. 11.15 lakh.

The XM (S) variant is the new variant and it costs Rs. 52,000 more than the XM variant. It’s available with manual and automatic transmission with the petrol and diesel engines. The XM (S) petrol MT and petrol AMT cost Rs. 8.37 lakh and Rs. 8.97 lakh, respectively.

The top three variants also have the option of a dual-tone exterior colour option for an additional sum of Rs. 20,000. It’s somewhat acceptable but we’d still suggest you consider an aftermarket option if you can. It could cost you less than Rs. 20,000 and you will also save some money on the registration fee, which is calculated on top of the ex-showroom price.

Also Read - 2020 Tata Nexon Facelift Diesel Variants Explained - Which One To Buy?

TATA NEXON PRICE LIST

EX-SHOWROOM INDIA | SEPTEMBER 2020

 

1.2L Petrol Manual

1.2L Petrol Automatic

1.5L Diesel

Manual

1.5L Diesel Automatic

XE

₹6,99,900

-

₹8,45,000

-

XM

₹7,84,500

₹8,44,500

₹9,20,000

₹9,80,000

XM (S)

₹8,36,500

₹8,96,500

₹9,70,000

₹10,30,000

XZ

₹8,84,500

-

₹10,20,000

-

XZ+

₹9,64,500

₹10,44,500

₹11,00,000

₹11,60,000

XZ+ (S)

₹10,24,500

₹10,84,500

₹11,60,000

₹12,20,000

XZ+ (O)

₹10,54,500

₹11,14,500

₹11,90,000

₹12,50,000

2020 Tata Nexon Facelift Petrol XE Variant - Standard Features

The base, XE variant of the 2020 Nexon petrol costs Rs. 7.0 lakh (ex-showroom). The standard features of this variant are:

  • 2 Front Airbags
  • Electronic Stability Control
  • Multi Drive Modes - Eco/City/Sport
  • LED DRLs
  • ABS
  • Traction Control
  • Front Power Windows
  • LED Tail Lamp
  • Rear Parking Sensors
  • Tilt-adjustable Steering
  • Umbrella Holder in Front Doors
  • Body Coloured Bumpers
  • Seat Belt Reminder
  • Hill Start Assist
  • Digital Instrument Cluster
  • Flat-folding Rear Seat
  • Black ORVM w/ Turn Indicator
  • Manual AC
  • Door Side Body Cladding
  • ISOFIX
  • Halogen Projector Headlamps
  • Flat-bottom Steering
  • Black Door Handles

The base variant skips all the functional features in favour of safety kit. It even wins in the style department as the base variant also gets projector headlamps, LED DRLs, LED tail lamps, all of which take the style quotient to the next level for a base variant. No other base variant in the segment offers this many safety and style features.

Tata has clearly defined itself as the Volvo of India as the carmaker is loading up all new cars with as much safety kit as they can while still maintaining a competitive price. So, if you want the safest small SUV and don’t have a ton of cash, then the Nexon XE is a great value for money option. However, we’d not recommend it to most buyers as it doesnt have enough functional features to offer a decent ownership experience. Some of the features you might miss in the XE are:

  • Remote central locking
  • Rear camera
  • Music system
  • Steering-mounted controls
  • Rear power windows

The XE variant is certainly worth buying but only for those who can’t stretch their budget further.

Also Read - 2020 Toyota Urban Cruiser vs Tata Nexon - Price, Specs, Features, Mileage Comparison

TATA NEXON | XE VARIANT FEATURES

₹6,99,900 (PETROL MT)| EX-SHOWROOM, DELHI | SEPTEMBER 2020

Safety

Functional

Style

Dual Front Airbags

Electronic Stability Control

Multi Drive Modes -

Eco/City/Sport

Cup & Can Holder on Center Console

DRLs

ABS w/ EBD

Traction Control

Front Power Windows

1L Bottle Holder in all Doors

Tri- Arrow Signature LED Tail Lamp

Rear Parking Sensors

Roll-over Mitigation

Tilt-adjustable Steering

Umbrella Holder in Front Doors

Body Coloured Bumpers

Seat Belt Reminder

Hill Hold Control

Digital Instrument Cluster

Flat-folding Rear Seat

Black ORVM w/ Turn Indicator

High-Speed Alert

Electronic Brake Pre-Fill

Manual AC

 

Waistline & Rear X Factor in Contrast Colour

Driver Seat Pretensioners w/ Load Limiters

Brake Disc Wiping

   

Door Side Body Cladding

ISOFIX

Projector Headlamps

   

Floating Roof w/ black A-pillar & C-Pillar

       

Flat-bottom Steering

       

Black Door Handles

2020 Tata Nexon Facelift Petrol XE vs XM

The XM variant of the Tata Nexon facelift costs Rs. 7.85 lakh, which is 85,000 more than the XE. For this additional price, you get the following notable features:

  • Music system
  • 4 speakers
  • Rear power windows
  • Power adjustable and folding mirrors
  • Wheel covers
  • Roof rails
  • Remote central locking

The asking price is too high considering the additional features. So, we’d rather suggest you consider one of the higher variants or buy the XE variant and accessories as per your needs. The XM variant of the Nexon petrol is not a value for money option and not worth buying.

The XM is the most affordable variant with an automatic transmission. The Nexon petrol XMA automatic costs Rs. 8.45 lakh - Rs. 60,000 more than the XM manual.

Since this is the most affordable option they have, the XM variant is worth buying. It also gets some of the must-have features. Unfortunately, the automatic is not available in the XZ variant, so the price jump will be higher for the XZ Plus. Also, the XZ Plus AMT costs more than Rs. 10 lakh, which will make it quite expensive in terms of on-road pricing.

Also Read - 2020 Kia Sonet vs Tata Nexon - Price, Specs, Features, Mileage Comparison

TATA NEXON | XM VARIANT | FEATURES OVER XE

₹7,84,500 (PETROL MT) | ₹8,44,500 (PETROL AMT) | EX-SHOWROOM, DELHI | SEPTEMBER 2020

Entertainment 

Functional

Style

Audio System by Harman

Rear Power Windows

Wheel Covers

Bluetooth Connectivity

Electrically Adjustable & Auto Folding ORVM

Roof Rails

4 Speakers

Remote Central Locking

Antenna

 

Follow-me-home Headlamps

 

2020 Tata Nexon Facelift Petrol XM vs XM (S)

The price difference between the Nexon XM and XM (S) petrol variants is Rs. 52,500 for both the manual and automatic transmission. The XM (S) petrol MT and XMA (S) petrol AMT cost Rs. 8.37 lakh and Rs. 8.97 lakh, respectively.

The Nexon XM (S) variant gets the following additional features over the XM variant:

  • Steering Mounted Controls
  • Auto Headlamps
  • Electric Sunroof
  • Rain Sensing Wipers

Except for the steering-mounted controls, everything else in this list is a good-to-have feature. What’s good here is that the XM (S) variant of the Nexon is the most affordable car in India as of September 2020 with a sunroof. This is even cheaper than the top-spec Honda Jazz, which held this spot for a very small duration. For style conscious buyers, the Nexon XM (S) is a great option as you can just add alloy wheels and your Nexon will look like a top variant from the outside. For budget buyers too, the XM (S) variant is worth considering because it’s a better value for money option than the XM variant.

TATA NEXON XM (S) | FEATURES OVER XM

₹8,36,500 (PETROL MT) | ₹8,96,500 (PETROL AMT) | EX-SHOWROOM, DELHI | SEPTEMBER 2020

Entertainment 

Functional

Style

Steering Mounted Controls

Auto Headlamps

Electric Sunroof

 

Rain Sensing Wipers

 

2020 Tata Nexon Facelift Petrol XM (S) vs XZ

The XZ variant of the Nexon costs Rs. 8.85 lakh, which is Rs. 48,000 more than the XM (S). For the additional sum, you get the following notable features:

  • Reverse Parking Camera
  • 7-inch Touchscreen Infotainment System by Harman with 8 Speakers
  • Cooled Glovebox
  • Front Fog Lamps w/ Cornering Assistance
  • Android Auto
  • Apple CarPlay
  • Fast USB Charger
  • Rear AC Vents
  • Shark Fin Antenna
  • Voice Alerts - Low Fuel, Door Open, etc.

The XZ variant adds more usable features than the XM (S). The Nexon XZ doesn’t get a sunroof, auto wipers and auto headlamps. For buyers interested in a more functional cabin, the XZ is a better option than the XM (S) even though the XM (S) is a better value for money. Speaking of value, the XZ still has a poor VFM score and you’d be better off stretching your budget for the at least XZ Plus or consider getting a lower variant accessorizing it.

Also Read - 2020 Tata Nexon vs Mahindra XUV300 - Price, Specs, Features, Mileage Comparison

TATA NEXON | XZ VARIANT | FEATURES OVER XM

₹8,84,500 (PETROL MT) | EX-SHOWROOM, DELHI | SEPTEMBER 2020

Safety

Entertainment 

Functional

Style

Reverse Parking Camera

7-inch Touchscreen by Harman

Cooled Glovebox

Tri-Arrow Pattern w/ White Finish on Dashboard

Front Fog Lamps w/ Cornering Assistance

Android Auto & Apple CarPlay

Fast USB Charger

Chrome Finish on Air Vents

Day/Night IRVM

SMS/ Whatsapp Notification Reader

Height-adjustable Front Seatbelts

Door Trim Fabric Inserts

 

Image & Video Playback

Rear AC Vents

Shark Fin Antenna

 

Voice Command Recognition

Voice Alerts - Low Fuel, Door Open, etc.

Piano-black ORVMs

 

Navigation (what3words)

(-) Auto Headlamps

(-) Sunroof

 

4 Extra Speakers

(-) Rain Sensing Wipers

 

2020 Tata Nexon Facelift Petrol XZ vs XZ Plus

The 2020 Nexon petrol XZ Plus variant costs Rs. 80,000 more than the XZ and is priced at Rs. 9.65 lakh. The notable additional features of the XZ Plus are:

  • Rear Defogger
  • Keyless Entry w/ Push Start Button
  • Front Armrest
  • 16-inch Machined Alloy Wheels
  • Automatic AC
  • Height-adjustable Driver Seat
  • Rear Armrest
  • Wearable key (AMT only)
  • 60:40 Split Rear Seat

Compared to the XZ, the XZ Plus justifies its asking price but it still doesn’t cover the unjustified price gap created by the XM and XZ variants. This variant is a good mix of functional and style features and is worth considering but it’s not a great value for money option.

If you are put off by the > Rs. 10.0 lakh price of the next variant, which may greatly impact the on-road pricing, then this variant is worth buying. Else consider jumping up the price ladder to the XZ Plus (S).

The Nexon XZA Plus costs Rs. 10.25 lakh, which is Rs. 1.8 lakh more than the XMA automatic. All automatic petrol AMT models of the Nexon cost Rs. 60,000 more than their manual counterparts. Besides the automatic transmission, it also gets a wearable key, which is exclusively available with only the XZ+ and higher models of the Nexon with an automatic transmission. For most of the Nexon automatic buyers, the XZ Plus may not be suitable because it costs more than Rs. 10 lakh, which makes the on-road price quite expensive in most states. So, we’d suggest you either jump up to the XZ Plus (S) variant to get better value for money or settle for the XMA variant and personalize it with accessories using the money you saved.

Also Read - Tata Nexon 2020 Petrol vs Competition - Price, Specs, Dimensions Comparison

TATA NEXON | XZ+ VARIANT | FEATURES OVER XZ

₹9,64,500 (PETROL MT) | ₹10,24,500 (PETROL AMT)| EX-SHOWROOM, DELHI | SEPTEMBER 2020

Safety

Functional

Style

Rear Defogger

Keyless Entry w/ Push Start Button

Center Console w/ Sliding Armrest

16-inch Diamond Cut Alloy Wheels

 

Automatic AC

Shutter Door

Theater Dimming Interior Lights

 

Height-adjustable Driver Seat

Rear Seat Armrest w/ Cup Holders

Wearable PEPS Key (Automatic Only)

   

60:40 Split Rear Seat

 
   

Rear 12V Socket

 

2020 Tata Nexon Facelift Petrol XZ Plus vs XZ Plus (S)

The XZ Plus (S) variant was introduced only a few months ago. It gets all of the features of the XZ Plus (O) except the Internet-connected features. The XZ Plus (S) costs Rs. 60,000 more than the XZ Plus and is priced at Rs. 10.25 lakh. The additional important features of the XZ Plus (S) variant over the XZ Plus are:

  • Tyre Pressure Monitoring System
  • Auto Headlamps
  • Rain Sensing Wipers
  • Sunroof
  • Cruise Control

This breaches the Rs. 10 lakh barrier, which may make it quite expensive in many states but if we strictly consider the incremental price and the additional features, then the XZ Plus (S) becomes the best value for money variant. The cruise control and sunroof are the high-ticket items on the list. If you don’t mind buying the Nexon without these features, then the XZ Plus will be better for you. TPMS is a feature, which is easy to install and you can add later.

TATA NEXON | XZ+ (S) VARIANT | FEATURES OVER XZ+

₹10,24,500 (PETROL MT) | ₹10,84,500 (PETROL AMT) | EX-SHOWROOM, DELHI | SEPTEMBER 2020

Safety

Functional

Style

Tyre Pressure Monitoring System

Auto Headlamps

Leather-wrapped Steering & Gear Knob

 

Rain Sensing Wipers

Sunroof

 

Cruise Control

 
 

X-Press Cool Function

 

2020 Tata Nexon Facelift Petrol XZ Plus (S) vs XZ Plus (O)

The top variant of the Nexon petrol costs another Rs. 30,000 and is priced at Rs. 10.55 lakh. For this additional price, it gets the following Internet-connected telematics features:

  • Connected Car Tech
  • Remote Vehicle Control Through Smartphone
  • Live Vehicle Diagnosis
  • Vehicle Live Location & Geo-Fencing

We don’t find the variant lucratively priced. But if you prefer these features and find the Rs. 30,000 price acceptable, then you can consider this.

Also read - Tata Nexon vs Hyundai Venue - Price, Specs, Features Comparison

TATA NEXON | XZ+ (O) VARIANT | FEATURES OVER XZ+(S)

₹10,54,500 (PETROL MT) | ₹11,34,500 (PETROL AMT) | EX-SHOWROOM | SEPTEMBER 2020

Connected Car Tech

Remote Vehicle Control Through Smartphone

Live Vehicle Diagnosis

Vehicle Live Location & Geo-Fencing

Which Variant Of The 2020 Tata Nexon Facelift Petrol Offers The Most Value For Money?

The base, XE variant of the 2020 Nexon facelift is a great value for money considering the following 2 things

  • it doesnt look like a base variant
    • projector headlamps
    • LED tail lamps
    • LED DRLs
  • It gets most of the safety features of the top variants and has 5-star Global NCAP
    • HSA
    • ESC
    • Traction control
    • ABS
    • Parking sensors
    • 2 airbags
    • ISOFIX

The only feature missing is a rear camera, which you can easily add later. It also gets 16-inch wheels with pretty wide 195-section tyres. More importantly, the XM and the XZ variants are overpriced for the features they offer. So, the XE variant is highly recommended for buyers on a budget or for those who are looking for a great value for money variant of the Nexon. Beware though, that there’s no standard music system slot in the Nexon XE variant. So, you may want to consider the XM or find an aftermarket solution that fits the music system slot.

The XM and the XZ variants don’t justify the price gap considering the additional features they add. So, we’d suggest you either get the XE variant and accessorize according to your preference or consider upgrading to the XZ Plus variant.

However, the introduction of XM (S) variant between the XM and XZ variant changes the equation a fair bit. The Nexon already looks fairly well decked out from the outside even in the base variant. The XM (S) adds the sunroof and almost completes the exterior style package. The only feature remaining then are the alloy wheels, which you can add later and give it a fully-loaded vibe from the outside.

Unfortunately, the XM (S) variant does not get many useful functional features. But, for what it offers, it’s a value for money package.

For decent value and a functional package, consider the XZ Plus variant, which is under Rs. 10 lakh. So you enjoy lower registration taxes in most states and a lower psychological barrier. Although it’s not the best VFM variant, it has a nice mix of functional and style features.

If you don’t want nice-to-have features like cruise control and electric sunroof, then this is the variant for you. But, if you want these features, then from an ex-showroom price POV, the XZ Plus (S) makes the most sense. It gets all the features of the XZ Plus (O) minus the telematics. This is our top recommended variant of the 2020 Nexon petrol facelift.

Consider the jump to XZ Plus (O) only if you find the additional price for Internet-connected features acceptable. We don’t. So, we’ll leave this decision in your hands.

Also read - Tata Nexon Petrol vs Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza Petrol - Price, Specs, Features Comparison

TATA NEXON PETROL MANUAL VARIANTS | RECOMMENDATION

EX-SHOWROOM INDIA | SEPTEMBER 2020

Variant

Manual

AMT Automatic

Recommendation

XE

₹6,99,900

-

Recommended for budget buyers 

XM

₹7,84,500

₹8,44,500

MT buyers should consider XE and accessorize. Style-conscious buyers should buy the XM (S) or XMA (S) as it delivers better value for money.

XM (S)

₹8,36,500

₹8,96,500

Better value for money than XM and perfect option for style-conscious buyers on a budget.

XZ

₹8,84,500

-

Not a value for money upgrade. Consider XZ Plus or a lower variant

XZ+

₹9,64,500

₹10,44,500

Good mix of must-have and feel-good features. Expensive upgrade from lower variants. This is the most affordable variant we’d recommend to buyers looking for a more functional feature package.

XZ+ (S)

₹10,24,500

₹10,84,500

Top recommended variant

XZ+ (O)

₹10,54,400

₹11,14,500

Up to buyers to decide

For buyers interested in the 2020 Nexon petrol with the automatic transmission, the XMA is worth considering as it not only gets most of the must-have features, it’s also more affordable than the higher variants. If you want a sunroof, the XMA (S) is as good as it gets. It takes the style quotient to the next level.

The XZA Plus will cost a lot more in terms of on-road pricing as in most states it’ll carry a much higher registration fee (>Rs. 10 lakh ex-showroom price).

If you don’t mind crossing the Rs. 10 lakh barrier, then consider the XZA Plus (S) instead. It offers better value for money and most of the top variants for a lower price. The XZA Plus (S) is our top recommended automatic variant of the 2020 Nexon facelift. Just like the manual transmission, we leave the decision to upgrade to the XZA Plus (O) in your hands. The only additional feature it has over the XZA (S) is telematics and Internet connectivity.

What Are The Engine Specifications Of The 2020 Tata Nexon Facelift Petrol?

The Nexon facelift retains its 1.2-litre, 3-cylinder turbo petrol engine, which now makes 120PS of power - 10PS more than the pre-facelift model. But, all of that extra power comes from increasing the rev-limiter as its torque output of 170Nm still stays the same at 1750 to 4000rpm. Therefore, for everyday driving, the increased power will not make any difference.

Theres an option of a 6-speed manual and a 6-speed AMT automatic transmission. The fuel efficiency of 17.57kmpl is acceptable but the automatic transmission model has a lower mileage rating of 16.35kmpl. It’s better than the EcoSport petrol automatic but worse than the Brezza, Sonet and Venue automatic. Sonet 1.2, Sonet turbo, Venue turbo and Brezza hybrid automatic lead the mileage race promising 18kmpl or higher figure.

In terms of manual transmissions, the Venue turbo and Sonet turbo set a new benchmark with the introduction of its 6-speed ACMT (auto-clutch manual transmission). The Venue turbo is also available with a 3-pedal manual transmission but the Sonet turbo is only available with the ACMT/IMT manual transmission.

Also Read - Tata Nexon vs Ford Ecosport - Price, Specs, Features Comparison

NEXON vs RIVALS

PETROL ENGINE SPECS

 

Nexon

Sonet

Venue

WR-V

Brezza

XUV300

EcoSport

Displacement

1.2L Turbo

1.2L

1.0L Turbo

1.2L

1.0L Turbo

1.2L

1.5L

1.2L Turbo

1.5L

Cylinders

3

4

3

4

3

4

4

3

3

Cubic Capacity

1199cc

1197cc

998cc

1197cc

998cc

1199cc

1462cc

1197cc

1496cc

Maximum Power

120PS @ 5500rpm

83PS @ 6300rpm

120PS @ 6000rpm

83PS @ 6000rpm

120PS @ 6000rpm

90PS @ 6000rpm

105PS @ 6000rpm

110.1PS @ 5000rpm

122PS @ 6500rpm

Power:Weight

96.77PS/t

NA

NA

76.78PS/t

103.99PS/t

81.37PS/t

92.92PS/t

81.43PS/t

97.91PS/t

Peak Torque

170Nm @ 1750-4000rpm

115Nm @ 4200rpm

172Nm @ 1500 - 4000rpm

114Nm @ 4000rpm

172Nm @ 1500 - 4000rpm

110Nm @ 4800rpm

138Nm @ 4400rpm

200Nm @ 2000-3500rpm

149Nm @ 4500rpm

Torque:Weight

137.1Nm/t

NA

NA

105.46Nm/t

149.05Nm/t

99.46Nm/t

122.12Nm/t

147.93Nm/t

119.58Nm/t

Manual

Transmission

6MT

5MT

6ACMT

5MT

6MT/6ACMT

5MT

5MT

6MT

5MT

Manual

Claimed FE

17.57kmpl

18.4kmpl

18.2kmpl

17.27kmpl

18.07kmpl

16.5kmpl

17.03kmpl

16.82kmpl

15.9kmpl

Automatic

Transmission

6AMT

--

7DCT

--

7DCT

--

4AT

--

6AT

Automatic

Claimed FE

16.35kmpl

--

18.3kmpl

--

17.99kmpl

--

18.76kmpl

--

14.7kmpl

What Are The Dimensions Of The 2020 Tata Nexon Facelift?

The Nexon is big and it shows. It has great road presence thanks to its wide and tall body. It also has a pretty big 350-litre boot space but what takes the cake is its ground clearance of 209mm. If you have to frequently drive on bad roads, then the Nexon is the best option for you. The Sonet gives the Nexon a good fight by offering significantly bigger boot space of 392 litres and a respectable 205mm ground clearance. The Kia Sonet is also 4cm taller than the Nexon while being only 2cm narrower. The XUV300 is another big car in this segment with the widest body and the longest wheelbase but it falls to the bottom of the list in the ground clearance and boot space department.

TATA NEXON FACELIFT vs B2-SEGMENT SUV RIVALS

DIMENSION COMPARISON

 

Nexon

Sonet

Venue

WR-V

Brezza

XUV300

EcoSport

Length

3993mm

3995mm

3995mm

3999mm

3995mm

3995mm

3998mm

Width

1811mm

1790mm

1770mm

1734mm

1790mm

1821mm

1765mm

Height

1606mm

1647mm

1605mm

1601mm

1640mm

1627mm

1647mm

Wheelbase

2498mm

2500mm

2500mm

2555mm

2500mm

2600mm

2519mm

Boot Space

350-lt

392-lt

350-lt

363-lt

328-lt

257-lt

352-lt

Ground Clearance

209mm

205mm

190mm

188mm

200mm

180mm

200mm

Fuel Tank

44-lt

45-lt

45-lt

40-lt

48-lt

42-lt

52-lt

Tyre Size (Base)

195/60 R16

195/65 R15

195/65 R15

195/60 R16

205/60 R16

205/65 R16

195/65 R15

Tyre Size (Top)

215/60 R16

215/60 R16

215/60 R16

195/60 R16

215/60 R16

215/55 R17

215/60 R16

What Are The Colour Options Of The 2020 Tata Nexon Facelift?

The 2020 Nexon facelift is available in the following 6 colour options:

  • Blue
  • Red
  • White
  • Silver
  • Grey
  • Army Green (New)

The black and orange colours were discontinued after the facelift.

Note: Here is a quick look at our length-based segmentation of cars to give you an idea of how we are classifying cars based on their size.

CLASSIFICATION OF CARS

SEGMENT

SUB-SEGMENT

LENGTH

EXAMPLE

A Segment

A

< 3699mm

Alto, Kwid (exception), Santro, Celerio

       

B Segment

B1

3700-3850mm

Ignis, GO, Nios, Swift, Tiago

B2

3850-3999mm

Altroz, Baleno, Dzire, Amaze, Nexon, Brezza

       

C Segment

C

4000-4499mm

Ciaz, New City (Exception), Rapid, Creta, Seltos, Compass, T-Roc, Ertiga

       

D Segment

D

4500-4750mm

Octavia, XUV500, Elantra, Civic, Harrier, Hector, Innova, Kodiaq, CR-V

       

D+ Segment

D+

4750+mm

Fortuner, Superb, Endeavour, Camry, Carnival

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Mahesh Yadav

Mahesh is a fan of compact, quirky and underrated vehicles that punch above their weight. Multix, Nano, Strom R3 and Navi are his favorites.

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