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Tata Nexon (2017-2020) Key Features

Floating Infotainment Tata Nexon (2017-2020)

Floating Infotainment

8-speaker music system from Harman works well with a 6.5" touchscreen. It lets you Navigate, doubles up as a rear-camera display.

Multi-Drive Modes Tata Nexon (2017-2020)

Multi-Drive Modes

Drive modes let you change the characteristics of the car’s driveability to suit your requirements and drive with ease.

Safety Redefined Tata Nexon (2017-2020)

Safety Redefined

Not only do you get features like ABS, EBD, Airbags etc. It issues voice warnings and reminders for seat belts, low fuel etc.

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  • Marvellous design features
  • High Speed drivability
  • Sophisticated equipment offered


  • Low fuel economy in petrol version
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Tata Nexon (2017-2020) Reviews (63)

Tata Nexon is a very good compact SUV.

Overall rating: 4 Reviewed By: Abhay Mutalikdesai on 19 October 2019
Till now no problems  Read More »

Actually Best only Milagne Issue in Petrol

Overall rating: 5 Reviewed By: Bhushan sonawane on 24 August 2019
I love to dirve this Car on highway but not in the city because it takes my lot of money in patrol.  Read More »

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Tata Nexon (2017-2020) Overview

After taking a marathon test of Indian buyers, Tata Nexon has finally made its way in the country. First things first, the Nexon marks Tata's entry into the highly lucrative sub 4-meter SUV segment, and it is the fourth product after Tiago, Hexa and Tigor to be based on the company's IMPACT design philosophy. Tata Nexon had its world premiere in concept form at the 2014 Auto Expo, while the production version saw the daylight a couple of years later at the 2016 Auto Expo. It is being presented in both petrol and diesel fuel trims in five grades: XE, XM, XT, XZ+ and XZ+ Dual Tone. The sub-compact SUV debuts several new comfort features in the Indian market, while paramount importance has been given to the safety of the occupants as well. Tata Nexon gets 1.2L Revotron petrol and 1.5L Revotorq diesel engines with 108bhp power, making it the most powerful in the segment. For the time being, it is offered with a manual transmission only, while the AMT gearbox is scheduled for a later stage. Tata Nexon (2017-2020) Overview

Tata Nexon (2017-2020) Exterior

Tata Nexon adorns the company's IMPACT design language, while flaunting LED daytime running lamps (DRLs). The SUV also gets foglamps at the front as well as rear. There would be turn indicators at the ORVMs, while it would be available in dual tone paint scheme with contrasting roof. The Nexon, accentuating the sportiness, also gets stylish roof rails and a rear defogger. It is being available in five colours: Moroccan Blue, Vermont Red, Seattle Silver, Glasgow Grey and Calgary White. In addition, a dual tone variant with black roof is on offer with Moroccan Blue & Vermont Red colors.

Tata Nexon (2017-2020) Interior

The interior cabin is finished in a three-tone theme. Inside the cabin, there are bucket seats at the front and 60:40 foldable cushion slip seat at the rear with adjustable head restraints. Other features include engine start-stop button, automatic climate control with rear air vents, all four power windows with auto-down with driver side, reverse parking sensors, reverse camera, front armrest with storage space, rear armrest with cupholders, 6.5-inch floating Harman ConnectNext infotainment system with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto & navigation. Tata Nexon (2017-2020) Interior

Tata Nexon (2017-2020) Engine & Transmission

Tata Nexon comes in both petrol and diesel fuel trims. The petrol variants are powered by a 1.2L 4-cylinder turbocharged Revotron engine which develops maximum power of 108bhp at 5000rpm and peak torque of 170Nm between 1750-4000rpm. On the other hand, the diesel variants get a 1.5L 4-cylinder turbocharged Revotorq engine which belts out 108bhp at 3750rpm and 260Nm between 1500-2750rpm. Both the engines are linked to a 6-speed manual transmission with three drive modes: Eco, City and Sport. Tata Nexon (2017-2020) Engine & Transmission

Tata Nexon (2017-2020) Mileage

Tata Nexon petrol delivers an ARAI-Specified fuel economy of 17kmpl, while the diesel returns an impressive 21.50kmpl. Tata Nexon (2017-2020) Mileage

Tata Nexon (2017-2020) Braking and Safety

Tata Nexon comes packed with a plethora of safety features such as dual front airbags, Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD), Immobilizer and Seatbelt with pretensioners and load limiters as standard. The high-end variants also boast of Park Assist with Camera, Front fog lamps with cornering assistance, rear fog lamps and speed dependent auto door locks features.

Tata Nexon (2017-2020) Performance and Handling

The performance of Tata Nexon petrol is a bit sluggish for the highways, but it performs decently on the narrow and thick city roads. The power delivery is linear and the gearshits are smooth. As for the diesel, it is way better than its petrol counterpart as it performs pretty good with super power and torque delivery. The refined NVH levels further accentuate the driving pleasure.

What do we think about Tata Nexon (2017-2020)?

With a starting price of Rs. 5.85 Lakhs & Rs. 6.85 Lakhs in petrol and diesel, respectively, the Nexon is the most affordable offering in the sub 4-meter SUV segment. It undercuts the rivals like Maruti Vitara Brezza and Ford EcoSport by a huge margin, while offering a lot more bells and whistles than both combined. It is an out and out winner, and both the foes would feel that tremble soon!

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Tata Nexon challenges the likes of Maruti Vitara Brezza, Ford EcoSport and Mahindra TUV300 in the Indian market.

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Tata Nexon FAQs


1. How much do the Tata Nexon petrol and diesel variants cost?

The Tata Nexon comes in 11 petrol variants ranging from Rs. 6.23 to 9.69 lakh. There are three diesel versions available in the price range of Rs. 7.26 to 10.67 lakh. These prices apply to the city of New Delhi.


2. What type of engine is available in the Tata Nexon?

With Tata Nexon, Tata Motors has added two new engines to its portfolio. The petrol SUV model has a 1.2-litre 3-cylinder turbocharged Revotron motor. The diesel variants come equipped with a 1.5-litre 4-cylinder oil burner from Revotron.


3. What is the ground clearance level of the Tata Nexon?

The high ground clearance is one of the advantages of the Tata Nexon. This vehicle comes with a wheelbase of 2498 mm and commands a respectable ground clearance of 209 mm. That should take care of any obstacle on the Indian roads.


4. Does the Tata Nexon come with the CNG option?

The Tata Nexon is available only in the diesel and petrol variants. There is no CNG option available in the original design. You can fit a CNG kit in the Tata Nexon XM Petrol variant, but it is not advisable to do so as this vehicle does not come with a company-fitted CNG option.


5. Which of the Tata Nexon variants is a better one, petrol or diesel?

It depends on how much you propose to drive your Tata Nexon. Usually, if your average traveling is around 50 to 60 km a day, it is advisable to opt for the petrol version. The diesel vehicles are comparatively expensive to the petrol variants. Hence, it is better to go for the diesel variant if you are a frequent traveller who clocks more than 70 km a day on an average.   


6. Is it advisable to purchase the Tata Nexon in December 2018 or should we wait for the New Year?

December is usually the time when all automobile manufacturers provide attractive cash discounts and exchange offers to clear the stock. Therefore, you witness the maximum purchases between November and January. If you wish to wait for the 2019 model, you should purchase your vehicle in February. Otherwise, December is a perfect time.


7. What is the principal difference between the Nexon and Nexon Kraz?

The Nexon Kraz comes in two petrol and two diesel variants. There is not much difference between the different models of Tata Nexon. The pricing of these cars depends on the additional amenities available in these vehicles. The Tata Nexon Revotron model starts from Rs. 6.23 lakh whereas the Tata Nexon Kraz variant starts from Rs. 7.15 lakh.


8. What are the different colour options available in the Tata Nexon?

The Tata Nexon comes in six peppy colour options that include: a) Vermont Red, b) Seattle silver, c) Moroccan blue, d) Glasgow grey, e) Calgary white and f) Berry orange.


9. What are the automatic variants of Tata Nexon?

Six of the Tata Nexon models have automatic transmission system. They are as follows.

  • 1.2 Revotron XZA Plus
  • 1.5 Revotorq XZA Plus
  • 1.5 Revotorq XZA Plus with Dual Tone Roof
  • 1.2 Revotron XZA Plus with Dual Tone Roof
  • 1.2 Revotron XMA
  • 1.5 Revotorq XMA


10. What is the USP of the Tata Nexon?

Tata Nexon is India’s first car to get a Global NCAP rating of 5 and become the safest car in India. It comes with features like ABS, dual airbags, child safety locks and excellent suspensions. Check out here the top 10 safest cars for Indian roads