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    2021 Tata Nexon Petrol Variants Explained - Which One To Buy

    by Lakshya Khanna on Tuesday, Mar 02 2021

    V3Cars reviews all the petrol variants of the 2021 Tata Nexon to give you a better idea about which variant offers the best value for money. The Nexon is available with a 1.2-litre turbo-petrol engine, paired with manual and AMT type automatic transmission options.

     

    2021 Tata Nexon Petrol

    What Are The Prices Of 2021 Tata Nexon Petrol?

    The 2021 Tata Nexon petrol’s manual version has a starting price of Rs 7.10 lakh and goes upto Rs 10.70 lakh. The petrol automatic variants’ price ranges from Rs 8.60 lakh to Rs 11.30 lakh. In 2021, the base variant of the Nexon has received a price increase of Rs 10,000, while all the other variants’ prices have hiked up by Rs 15,000. 

    You can check the price details of the 2021 Tata Nexon petrol manual and automatic variants in the table below:

    TATA NEXON PETROL PRICES

    EX-SHOWROOM DELHI  | JAN 2021

    VARIANT

    2020 PRICE

    DIFFERENCE

    2021 PRICE

    MANUAL

    XE

    Rs 6,99,900

    Rs 10,000

    Rs 7,09,900

    XM

    Rs 7,84,500

    Rs 15,000

    Rs 7,99,500

    XM(S)

    Rs 8,36,500

    Rs 15,000

    Rs 8,51,500

    XZ

    Rs 8,84,500

    Rs 15,000

    Rs 8,99,500

    XZ+

    Rs 9,64,500

    Rs 15,000

    Rs 9,79,500

    XZ+(S)

    Rs 10,24,500

    Rs 15,000

    Rs 10,39,500

    XZ+(O)

    Rs 10,54,500

    Rs 15,000

    Rs 10,69,500

    AUTOMATIC

    XM

    Rs 8,44,500

    Rs 15,000

    Rs 8,59,500

    XM(S)

    Rs 8,96,500

    Rs 15,000

    Rs 9,11,500

    XZ+

    Rs 10,24,500

    Rs 15,000

    Rs 10,39,500

    XZ+(S)

    Rs 10,84,500

    Rs 15,000

    Rs 10,99,500

    XZ+(O)

    Rs 11,14,500

    Rs 15,000

    Rs 11,29,500


    What Are The Engine Specifications of 2021 Tata Nexon Petrol? 

    The Nexon comes with a 1.2-litre turbo-petrol engine that generates 120PS of maximum power and 170Nm of peak torque. In its own segment, the Nexon is amongst the best of all the turbo-petrol cars in terms of power and torque output, although the Venue’s power:weight ratio and the Magnite’s torque:weight ratio are the best in the segment. 

    The Nexon gets equipped with a 6-speed manual and a 6-speed AMT option. Its fuel efficiency is only better than the XUV300 in the lot. 

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

    The Nexon lets you alter the characteristics of its petrol engine by using its 3 drive modes, namely - ECO, City and Sport. Among these driving modes, the Eco mode is tuned to offer the maximum fuel efficiency, while the Sports mode is tuned to offer the best performance.

    The Tata Nexon’s turbo-petrol engine specs details and its comparison with rivals are given in the table below: 

    B2 SEGMENT TURBO-PETROL SUVs | ENGINE SPECS

     

    Nexon

    Sonet

    Venue

    Magnite

    XUV300

    Displacement

    1.2L Turbo

    1.0L Turbo

    1.0L Turbo

    1.0L Turbo

    1.0L Turbo

    1.2L Turbo

    Cylinder

    3

    3

    3

    3

    3

    3

    Cubic Capacity

    1199cc

    998cc

    998cc

    999cc

    999cc

    1197cc

    Maximum Power

    120PS @ 5500rpm

    120PS @ 6000rpm

    120PS @ 6000rpm

    100PS @ 5000rpm

    100PS @ 5000rpm

    110PS @ 5000rpm

    Power:Weight

    96.77PS/t

    103PS/t*

    103.99PS/t

    98.62PS/t

    96.25PS/t

    81.43PS/t

    Peak Torque

    170Nm @ 1750 - 4000rpm

    172Nm @ 1500 - 4000rpm

    172Nm @ 1500 - 4000rpm

    160Nm @ 2800 - 3600rpm

    152Nm @ 2200 - 4400rpm

    200Nm @ 2000 - 3500rpm

    Torque:Weight

    137.1Nm/t

    149Nm/t*

    149.05Nm/t

    157.79Nm/t

    146.29Nm/t

    147.93Nm/t

    Manual

    Transmission

    6MT

    6ACMT

    6MT/6ACMT

    5MT

    --

    6MT

    Manual

    Claimed FE

    17.57kmpl

    18.2kmpl

    18.07kmpl

    20kmpl

    --

    16.82kmpl

    Automatic

    Transmission

    6AMT

    7DCT

    7DCT

    --

    CVT

    --

    Automatic

    Claimed FE

    16.35kmpl

    18.3kmpl

    17.99kmpl

    --

    17.7kmpl

    --


    Compared to naturally aspirated cars, which are all available with a 5-speed manual transmission only, the Nexon’s power:weight and torque:weight ratios are better. Its claimed fuel efficiency is comparable with such cars.

    The following tables offers the Tata Nexon’s turbo-petrol engine specs and comparison with rivals that are equipped with naturally aspirated engines and 5-speed transmission:

    B2 SUV SEGMENT

    PETROL ENGINE SPECS

     

    Nexon

    EcoSport

    Venue

    Magnite

    WR-V

    Brezza/Urban Cruiser

    Sonet

    Displacement

    1.2L

    1.5L

    1.2L

    1.0L

    1.2L

    1.5L

    1.2L

    Cylinder

    3

    3

    4

    3

    4

    4

    4

    Cubic Capacity

    1199cc

    1496cc

    1197cc

    999cc

    1199cc

    1462cc

    1197cc

    Maximum Power

    120PS @ 5500rpm

    122PS @ 6500rpm

    83PS @ 6000rpm

    72PS @ 6250rpm

    90PS @ 6000rpm

    105PS @ 6000rpm

    83PS @ 6300rpm

    Power:Weight

    96.77PS/t

    97.91PS/t

    76.78PS/t

    76.68PS/t

    81.37PS/t

    92.92PS/t

    76PS/t*

    Peak Torque

    170Nm @ 1750 - 4000rpm

    149Nm @ 4500rpm

    114Nm @ 4000rpm

    96Nm @ 3500rpm

    110Nm @ 4800rpm

    138Nm @ 4400rpm

    115Nm @ 4200rpm

    Torque:Weight

    137.1Nm/t

    119.58Nm/t

    105.46Nm/t

    102.24Nm/t

    99.46Nm/t

    122.12Nm/t

    105Nm/t*

    Manual

    Transmission

    6MT

    5MT

    5MT

    5MT

    5MT

    5MT

    5MT

    Manual

    Claimed FE

    17.57kmpl

    15.9kmpl

    17.27kmpl

    18.75kmpl

    16.5kmpl

    17.03kmpl

    18.4kmpl

    Automatic

    Transmission

    6AMT

    6TC

    --

    --

    --

    4TC

    --

    Automatic

    Claimed FE

    16.35kmpl

    14.7kmpl

    --

    --

    --

    18.76kmpl (Mild Hybrid)

    --


    What Are The Dimensions of 2021 Tata Nexon?

    The Nexon is a B2 segment compact SUV, so its overall length is almost 4m. The Nexon is the second widest car in its own segment after the XUV300, and height-wise it is comparable with the WR-V and Venue. Its wheelbase is comparable with the Brezza, Sonet and Venue, but lesser than the XUV300, WR-V and EcoSport. The Nexon comes only with 16-inch wheels for all variants, and it offers the segment-best ground clearance of 209mm.

    The following table offers you a look at the Tata Nexon’s dimension details and comparison with its rivals:

    B2 SEGMENT SUVs

    DIMENSION COMPARISON

     

    Nexon

    Sonet

    Venue

    WR-V

    Brezza / Urban Cruiser

    EcoSport

    Magnite

    XUV300

    Length

    3993mm

    3995mm

    3995mm

    3999mm

    3995mm

    3998mm

    3994mm

    3995mm

    Width

    1811mm

    1790mm

    1770mm

    1734mm

    1790mm

    1765mm

    1758mm

    1821mm

    Height

    1606mm

    1642mm

    1605mm

    1601mm

    1640mm

    1647mm

    1572mm

    1627mm

    Wheelbase

    2498mm

    2500mm

    2500mm

    2555mm

    2500mm

    2519mm

    2500mm

    2600mm

    Boot Space

    350-lt

    392-lt

    350-lt

    363-lt

    328-lt

    352-lt

    336-lt

    257-lt

    Ground Clearance

    209mm

    205mm

    190mm

    188mm

    200mm

    200mm

    205mm

    180mm

    Fuel Tank

    44-lt

    45-lt

    45-lt

    40-lt

    48-lt

    52-lt

    40-lt

    42-lt

    Tyre Size (Base)

    195/60 R16

    195/65 R15

    195/65 R15

    195/60 R16

    205/60 R16

    195/65 R15

    195/60 R16

    205/65 R16

    Tyre Size (Top)

    215/60 R16

    215/60 R16

    215/60 R16

    195/60 R16

    215/60 R16

    205/60 R16

    195/60 R16

    215/55 R17


    Tata Nexon Petrol Variant-wise Features

    What Are The Features of Tata Nexon XE Petrol Variant? 

    The Nexon XE base variant is now tagged at Rs 7.10 lakh. It still comes with the 5-star NCAP safety rating and offers all the standard safety features. It also comes with features such as projector headlamps, electronic stability control, traction control, hill start assist and ISOFIX.

    The XE base variant’s key functional features include - multi drive modes, front power windows and tilt steering. Nexon offers body coloured bumpers right from the base variant, but its ORVMs and door handles are black coloured. The Nexon also offers LED DRLs, flat-bottom steering and digital instrument cluster in all the variants. 

    You can take a look at all the features that the Tata Nexon XE base variant offers:

    TATA NEXON PETROL | XE VARIANT FEATURES

    Safety

    Functional

    Style

    Std Safety Features

    Multi Drive Modes -

    Eco/City/Sport

    LED DRLs

    Projector Headlamps

    Front Power Windows

    LED Tail Lamps

    Electronic Stability Control

    Tilt Steering

    Body Coloured Bumpers

    Traction Control

    1L Bottle Holder in all Doors

    Black ORVMs w/ Turn Indicator

    Driver Seat Pretensioners w/ Load Limiters

    Umbrella Holder

    Side Body Cladding

    ISOFIX

    Flat-folding Rear Seat

    Flat-bottom Steering Wheel

    Roll-over Mitigation

    Fixed Rear Headrests

    Black Door Handles

    Hill Start Assist

    Luggage Hooks in Boot

    Digital Instrument Cluster

    Electronic Brake Pre-Fill

    Dead Pedal

    R16 Steel Wheels

    Brake Disc Wiping

     

    Fabric Upholstery


    The Nexon XE base variant lacks some basic must-have features such as - central locking, wheel covers, audio system w/ steering-mounted controls, rear power windows, body-coloured door handles, day/night IRVM, adjustable rear headrests and electrically-adjustable ORVMs. 

    While you can retrofit some of these features, that is not the most suitable option for all buyers. Hence, we won’t recommend the XE variant.

    What Are The Features of Tata Nexon XM Petrol Variant?

    The Nexon XM variant is almost Rs 90,000 more expensive than the XE base variant. 

    TATA NEXON  | PRICE COMPARISON

     

    XE

    DIFFERENCE

    XM

    MANUAL

    Rs 7,09,900

    Rs 89,600

    Rs 7,99,500

    DIFFERENCE

       

    Rs 60,000

    AUTOMATIC

    --

     

    Rs 8,59,500


    For this additional price, the XM offers some extra features such as: Harman audio system w/ 4 speakers & USB input, rear power windows, electrically adjustable & foldable ORVMs, wheel covers and roof rails. 

    You can see all the additional features of the Tata Nexon XM variant over the XE variant in the table below:

    NEXON XM | FEATURES OVER XE

    Entertainment 

    Functional

    Style

    Audio System by Harman

    Rear Power Windows

    Wheel Covers

    AM, FM, USB, Aux-in, i-Pod & Bluetooth Connectivity

    Electrically Adjustable & Auto Folding ORVMs

    Roof Rails

    4 Speakers

    Remote Central Locking

     
     

    Follow-me-home Headlamps

     
     

    Boot Lamp

     
         


    As per our internal data, the XM variants’ incremental cost of Rs 90,000 for its additional features is quite expensive. Thus, value-wise this variant is not a good option. 

    According to us, this variant’s key missing features include - day/night IRVM, adjustable rear headrests, steering-mounted audio controls aur height adjustable driver seat. 

    Also Read - Tata Nexon Specifications - Engine, Power, Transmission & Fuel Efficiency

    The XM variant is also available with an AMT type automatic transmission option, for which you’ll need to spend Rs 60,000 more. So, in terms of both value and features, we think that the XM variant is a compromise, and we suggest that you might as well avoid it. 

    What Are The Features of Tata Nexon XM(S) Petrol Variant?

    The Nexon XM(S) variant has a price jump of Rs 52,000 over the XM, and this is true in both manual and AMT version’s case. 

    TATA NEXON  | PRICE COMPARISON

     

    XM

    DIFFERENCE

    XM(S)

    MANUAL

    Rs 7,99,500

    Rs 52,000

    Rs 8,51,500

     

    Rs 60,000

     

    Rs 60,000

    AUTOMATIC

    Rs 8,59,500

    Rs 52,000

    Rs 9,11,500


    In this variant there are 4 added features, namely - steering-mounted audio controls, auto headlamps, rain sensing wipers and sunroof.

    The additional features of the Tata Nexon XM(S) variant are listed in the table below:

    NEXON XM(S) | FEATURES OVER XM

    Entertainment 

    Functional

    Style

    Steering Mounted Controls

    Auto Headlamps

    Sunroof

     

    Rain Sensing Wipers

     
         


    The missing features in this variant include day/night IRVM, adjustable rear headrests, height adjustable driver seat and rear defogger. Although there are some missing features in this variant, it adds some high-value features in relatively less incremental cost. Thus, according to us the XM(S) variant delivers value that is equivalent to an aggressively priced base variant. While we understand that the budget buyers won’t wish to spend to get features such as sunroof or auto headlamps, we can’t ignore the fact that these features will improve your overall ownership experience.

    So, if you wish to buy only an affordable and value for money variant of the Nexon, and can compromise on some basic useful features, then XM(S) is the variant to buy. In case of the AMT version, we suggest that you should definitely choose the XM(S) variant over the XM variant. 

    What Are The Features of Tata Nexon XZ Petrol Variant?

    The Nexon XZ comes for an incremental cost of Rs 48,000 over the XM(S) variant.

    TATA NEXON  | PRICE COMPARISON

     

    XM(S)

    DIFFERENCE

    XZ

    MANUAL

    Rs 8,51,500

    Rs 48,000

    Rs 8,99,500

     

    Rs 60,000

     

    --

    AUTOMATIC

    Rs 9,11,500

    --

    --


    This variant sports an upmarket look and feel with a handful of features such as fog lamps, piano-black ORVMs, shark-fin antenna, touchscreen infotainment system and interior trim.

    The XZ adds some more important features such as day/night IRVM, rear parking camera, cooled glovebox and rear AC vents. 

    Here in the following table you can see all the additional features that the Tata Nexon XZ variant offers over the XM(S) variant: 

    NEXON XZ | FEATURES OVER XM(S)

    Safety

    Entertainment 

    Functional

    Style

    Reverse Parking Camera

    7-inch Touchscreen Infotainment System 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

    Fabric on Doors

     

    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 Tweeters

    (-) Rain Sensing Wipers

     
           


    It is worth noting that the 3 features that the XM(S) variant gets, namely -- sunroof, auto headlamps and rain sensing wipers, are not available on the XZ variant.

    According to us, the XZ variant is not a sensible choice over the XM(S) in terms of value. If you wish to get all the basic features in the Nexon along with some upmarket and feel-good features, then we would suggest that you consider some higher variant instead of the XZ. 

    The XZ variant does not offer an automatic transmission and is only available with the manual transmission.

    What Are The Features of Tata Nexon XZ+ Petrol Variant?

    The Nexon XZ+ is Rs 80,000 more expensive than the XZ variant. 

    TATA NEXON  | PRICE COMPARISON

     

    XM(S)

    DIFFERENCE

    XZ

    DIFFERENCE

    XZ+

    MANUAL

    Rs 8,51,500

    Rs 48,000

    Rs 8,99,500

    ₹ 80,000

    Rs 9,79,500

     

    Rs 60,000

     

    --

     

    Rs 60,000

    AUTO

    Rs 9,11,500

    ₹ 1,28,000

    Rs 10,39,500


    The XZ+ variant mostly adds-in a number of feel-good features, among which some noteworthy ones are - rear defogger, keyless entry w/ push-button start/stop, auto AC, height-adjustable driver seat, front & rear armrest, 60:40 split rear seat and alloy wheels.

    You can check all the extra features of the Tata Nexon XZ+ variant over the XZ+ variant in the table below: 

    NEXON XZ+ | FEATURES OVER XZ

    Safety

    Functional

    Style

    Rear Defogger

    Keyless Entry w/ Push-button Start/Stop

    Center Console w/ Shutter & Sliding Armrest

    R16 Machined Alloy Wheels

     

    Auto AC

    60:40 Split Rear Seat w/ Armrest

    Theatre Dimming Interior Lights

     

    Height-adjustable Driver Seat

    Rear 12V Socket

    Wearable Key (Automatic Only)

     

    Auto-down Driver Power Window

    Adjustable Rear Headrests

    More Warnings on Digital Cluster

           


    For all the additional features of the XZ+, the added premium of Rs 80,000 over the XZ variant is justified. If you are looking to buy the Nexon petrol-manual variant, which offers a good number of modern-day features while not compromising on the value, then we recommend the XZ+ variant for you.

    For those who would like to opt for the automatic transmission of the Nexon, over the XM(S) variant there’s a direct jump to the XZ+ variant. There’s a price difference of Rs 1.28 lakh between these 2 variants. In this case, the XZ+ variant’s price exceeds the Rs 10 lakh range, and hence it will also attract more tax than the XM(S) in many states. So, the actual price jump of the XZ+ over the XM(S) would be more than Rs 1.70 lakh. 

    Also Read - Tata Nexon Ground Clearance, Boot Space and Dimensions

    It is also worth noting that while the XZ+ variant misses the features like sunroof, auto headlamps and rain sensing wipers that the XM(S) variant offers, in terms of a proper balance between must-have, good-to-have and feel-good features the XZ+ is actually better than the XM(S) variant.

    If you are considering the XZ+ variant for the automatic transmission along with feel-good features, then we suggest that you also look into the XZ+(S) variant as well. This is because by spending some more money, you will be able to get more upmarket and high-value features. 

    What Are The Features of Tata Nexon XZ+(S) Petrol Variant? 

    The Nexon XZ+(S) variant comes at a price increment of Rs 60,000 over the XZ+ variant. It is important to note that with the manual transmission the XZ+(S) variant costs more than the Rs 10 lakh price slab and thus, will attract more road tax in many states of the country. As a result, this variant will actually cost around Rs 1 lakh more than the XZ+ variant.

    TATA NEXON | PRICE COMPARISON

     

    XZ+

    DIFFERENCE

    XZ+(S)

    MANUAL

    Rs 9,79,500

    ₹ 60,000

    Rs 10,39,500

     

    Rs 60,000

     

    ₹ 60,000

    AUTOMATIC

    Rs 10,39,500

    ₹ 60,000

    Rs 10,99,500


    This variant adds in some more upmarket features such as - sunroof, tyre pressure monitoring system, auto headlamps, rain sensing wipers, cruise control and leather-wrapped steering wheel & gear knob. 

    The following table lists all the extra features of the Tata Nexon of the XZ+(S) variant over the XZ+ variant:

    NEXON XZ+(S) | FEATURES OVER XZ+

    Safety

    Functional

    Style

    Tyre Pressure Monitoring System

    Auto Headlamps

    Leather-wrapped Steering Wheel & Gear Knob

     

    Rain Sensing Wipers

    Sunroof

     

    Cruise Control

     
     

    Quick Cool AC Function

     
     

    In-built Navigation

     
     

    Emergency RSA

     
         


    This variant justifies its additional asking price of around Rs 1 lakh for these added premium features. So, choosing the XZ+(S) variant over the XZ+ is a value-wise sensible decision.

    In case of automatic transmission also, the XZ+(S) variant justifies its incremental value. In fact, in case of the automatic transmission, we strongly recommend that you buy the XZ+(S) instead of XZ+, as the XZ+ variant also costs more than Rs 10 lakh. 

    What Are The Features of Tata Nexon XZ+(O) Petrol Variant? 

    The Nexon XZ+(O) costs Rs 30,000 more than the XZ+(S) variant.

    TATA NEXON  | PRICE COMPARISON

     

    XZ+(S) MT

    DIFFERENCE

    XZ+(O) MT

    MANUAL

    Rs 10,39,500

    ₹ 30,000

    Rs 10,69,500

     

    ₹ 60,000

     

    ₹ 60,000

    AUTOMATIC

    Rs 10,99,500

    ₹ 30,000

    Rs 11,29,500


    For this added amount, this variant offers you the facilities of a connected car tech, meaning internet related features. These features include remote start, location tracking and diagnosing issues in the car. 

    You can see all the added features of the Tata Nexon XZ+(O) over the XZ(S) variant: 

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

    Connected Car Tech

    Remote Vehicle Control Through Smartphone

    Live Vehicle Diagnosis

    Vehicle Live Location & Geo-Fencing


    These smart features are for the specific requirement of some modern buyers, but are not useful for all regular buyers. Hence, it totally depends on your personal choice to go for this variant, and this is true in case of both manual and automatic transmissions.

    Tata Nexon Petrol Variants - Which Variant To Buy?

    In case of the Tata Nexon petrol-manual version, the base XE variant is aggressively priced, but we won’t recommend buying it, as it lacks some basic features.

    If you are looking to buy only an entry-level and affordable variant, then we would recommend the XM(S) variant. The XM variant adds many must-have features, but it compromises on the value. However, if you spend just an additional amount of around Rs 60,000 more, then you get the value for money XM(S) variant that adds some feel-good features as well. Its pricing is rather attractive and its added features will enhance your ownership experience. So, for the buyers who are considering the XM variant, our recommendation is the XM(S) variant instead. 

    If you are looking to buy an upmarket variant of the Nexon, then you can choose the XZ+ or the XZ+(S) variant. The XZ+ variant is for those who would not wish to spend extra for features like sunroof or cruise control.

    NEXON MANUAL VARIANTS | RECOMMENDATION

    Variant

    VFM Rank

    Price (ex-showroom)

    Recommendation

    XE

    Rank 1

    Rs 7,09,900

    Lacks basic features. Not recommended

    XM

    Rank 7

    Rs 7,99,500

    Better upgrade to XM(S)

    XM(S)

    Rank 2

    Rs 8,51,500

    High-value feel-good features make it value-for-money. The entry-level variant to buy

    XZ

    Rank 6

    Rs 8,99,500

    Better upgrade to XZ+ for good-to-have features

    XZ+

    Rank 5

    Rs 9,79,500

    The best variant for those who don’t want to spend on features like sunroof & cruise control

    XZ+(S)

    Rank 3

    Rs 10,39,500

    Worth upgrading from XZ+ for added feel-good features

    XZ+(O)

    Rank 4

    Rs 10,69,500

    Buyers’ choice


    For the buyers who wish to go for the automatic transmission option in a basic variant, the XMA(S) variant is our recommendation, for the same reason as in the case of the manual version. For those who are seeking a more upmarket feel in the Nexon along with an automatic transmission, the XZA+(S) is our best recommendation. 

    NEXON AUTOMATIC VARIANTS | RECOMMENDATION

    Variant

    VFM Rank

    Price (ex-showroom)

    Recommendation

    XMA

    Rank 3

    Rs 8,59,500

    Better upgrade to XMA(S)

    XMA(S)

    Rank 1

    Rs 9,11,500

    Recommended for budget buyers 

    XZA+

    Rank 5

    Rs 10,39,500

    Better upgrade to XZA+(S)

    XZA+(S)

    Rank 2

    Rs 10,99,500

    Top recommended variant

    XZA+(O)

    Rank 4

    Rs 11,29,500

    Buyers’ choice


    What Are The Colour Options of Tata Nexon?

    The Tata Nexon is available for sale in 6 exterior colour options, namely: Blue, Green, Red, White, Silver and Grey. Among these colours, the base XE variant is available only in White, Grey and Green exterior colour options. From the XZ+ variant onwards, the Nexon is also available in dual-tone exterior colour options, for which you need to spend an additional Rs 20,000.


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    Lakshya loves to talk about cars and, therefore, he’s mostly in the front of the camera doing the talking. He’s usually blunt in his opinion -- good or bad, and backs it up with logic. Lakshya is a senior member of V3Cars’ editorial team. 

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