Tata Nexon sub-compact SUV would be launched on September 21, 2017, which also coincides with the start of auspicious Navratri festival in the country. The bookings for the Nexon have already commenced at Tata dealerships at a token payment of Rs.11,000/- across the nation. The first sub 4-meter SUV from the home-grown automaker would come loaded with several first-in-segment features, while available in both petrol and diesel fuel trims. It would be up against the likes of well established players in the segment such as Ford EcoSport and Maruti Vitara Brezza.
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Tata Nexon would be offered in five trim levels: XE, XM, XT, XZ and XZ+. Being the fourth vehicle to be based on Tata's IMPACT design philosophy after Tiago, Hexa and Tigor, it would flaunt projector headlamps with LED daytime running lamps (DRLs) and signature honeycomb front grille. The sub-compact SUV would ride on alloy wheels, while the rear end would boast of LED tail-lamp cluster and a spoiler. Inside the cabin, the Nexon would get a plethora of exciting features such as 6.5-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay & Android Auto, automatic climate control, rear AC vents, 8-speaker Harman music system, rear centre armrest with cup holders, ambient mood lighting, etc. to name a few.
Mechanically, Tata Nexon would be available in both petrol and diesel fuel trims. The petrol variants would be powered by a 1.2L 3-cylinder turbocharged engine which develops maximum power of 108bhp and peak torque of 170Nm. As for the diesel variants, Tata Motors has introduced an all-new 1.5L 4-cylinder engine which is a scaled-up version of the 1.05-litre engine used in the Tiago. It would generate a segment-leading power output of 108bhp and peak torque of 260Nm. Both the engine would be offered with a 6-speed manual transmission as standard, while an AMT gearbox is in offing. The Nexon is expected to be priced in a price range of Rs. 7.50-11 Lakhs (Ex. Showroom), while deliveries start from October 2017.