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10,000th Tata Nexon Rolls Out Of Ranjangaon Plant

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Tata Motors sold 5,871 units of Nexonby the end of October including 5,871 units of diesel and 1,505 units of petrol.

Tata Motors’ first subcompact SUV, Nexon is off to a good start with 10,000th production ready model rolled out from the Ranjangaon plant today within 3 months of its launch in India. Launched on September 21, 2017, Tata Motors sold 5,871 units of Nexon by the end of October including 5,871 units of diesel and 1,505 units of petrol. Based on the sales figure for the last week of September and entire October, it is safe to say that most of the demand is for the diesel powered Nexon.

The fully-loaded top-spec XZ+ variant is witnessing the highest demand in the Nexon carline with a waiting period of around 8 weeks at most of the parts in India.  It gets features such as LED daytime running lights, a 6.5-inch touchscreen and alloy wheels. Additionally, the top-spec variant can be had in a dual-tone option with most of the customers opting for Moroccan Blue and Vermont Red colour schemes. While silver and grey are quite popular among the single paint options. Check Out – Tata Nexon Accessory List

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Other trims that are in demand include the XT and the lower spec XM trim. In terms of features, the XM variant packs in Harman sourced audio system, steering mounted controls and rear parking sensors. While the XT trim gets cooled glovebox, rear AC vents and automatic climate control. Read – Tata Nexon Vs Honda WRV

The Nexon carline is available with a 1.2-litre, turbo petrol engine with 108bhp at 5000rpm along with 170Nm torque between 2000 and 4000rpm. Diesel-powered Nexon gets a new 1.5-litre Revotorq unit with 108bhp at 3,750rpm and 260Nm torque between 1500 to 2,750rpm. Both engines get a six-speed manual gearbox, whereas an AMT unit will soon be added to the carline.

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