Tata Nexon – All You Need To Know

Tata Nexon Geneva Edition

With the 1.2L turbo and 1.5L diesel engines, the Tata Nexon becomes the most powerful sub-compact SUV in India.

Tata Motors had launched the Tata Nexon compact SUV in the country in September 2017. The vehicle was launched at an introductory price of Rs 5.85 lakh that goes up to Rs 9.44 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). This stylish SUV has been receiving an excellent response from car buyers, registering over 10,000 pre-orders in less than a month. It currently commands a waiting period of around 2-3 months. The Nexon carline is available in five variants – XE, XM, XT, XZ+ and XZ+ with dual-tone roof – in both petrol and diesel options with a standard manual transmission. The company will add an AMT version on later stage.

It is the fourth model after Tiago, Tigor and Hexa to feature Tata’s new IMPACT design philosophy. Additionally, Nexon will be the last model to be based on the company’s X1 platform. The exterior styling on the Nexon is sharp, bold and features several new elements such as the Ivory white accents on front fog lamps, side beltline and tailgate. The top-end XZ+ variant features projector headlights with daytime running lamps, while the rest has sporty 3D headlamps. It also has signature LED tail-lamps and 16-inch machine-cut alloy wheels. As standard, the SUV gets wheel arch cladding, signature front grille with chrome humanity line, body painted bumper, integrated rear spoiler and ORVMs with integrated blinkers. Read More – Tata Nexon Vs Honda WRV

Featuring 2,498mm of wheelbase, the Nexon’s cabin offers comfortable space to occupants and gets several high-end tech features. It is equipped with several segment-firest equipment such as Multi Drive Modes, Floating Dashtop HD touchscreen, Harman sourced infotainment system with Android Auto & Apple CarPlay and Grand Central Console with Sliding Tambour Door Mechanism. Other features include cup holders, glovebox with utility moulding, umbrella holder in front door and full-fabric upholstery. The top-end XZ+ also has a 6.5-inch floating touchscreen ConnectNext infotainment system, rear 60:40 split seats and central console with front armrest and sliding tambour door.

The XM and XT also sport a Harman sourced ConnectNext system with 4 speakers. Other prominent bits such as steering mounted audio/phone/voice controls, speed dependent volume control, AM/FM, USB, AUX-In, iPOD connectivity, smartphone integration with Connectnext App suite, Juke-car App etc standard on the XM, XT and XZ+ variants. Prominent infotainment features such as Android Auto, call reject with SMS feature, text & whatsapp messages readout & reply, voice command with navigation & voice command for climate control, image & video playback and trip assist app etc are reserved for the XZ+ variant.

The SUV also packs in multi-drive modes – Eco, City and Sport. Other premium features include automatic climate control, cooled glove box, rear air-conditioning vents, height adjustable driver’s seat, etc. For passengers’ safety and security, the compact SUV gets dual front airbags, ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System) with EBD (Electronic BrakeForce Distribution) and engine immobilizer. The top-spec XZ+ variant is equipped with rear parking sensors with camera, front fog lamps with cornering assistance, fog lamps, etc.

Engine choices on the Tata Nexon carline include a 1.2-litre turbocharged Revotron petrol and a new 1.5-litre, Revotorq diesel. The Nexon diesel is currently the most powerful SUV in its league. Power is transmitted to the front wheels via a six-speed manual gearbox. Tata Nexon AMT version will be introduced at a later stage, most likely early next year. Read Comparison – Tata Nexon Vs Maruti Vitara Brezza 

The Good 

Unique design
Bunch of segment first features
Impressive 1.5-litre diesel engine
Upmarket cabin with multiple utility points
-Generous boot space

The Bad

– Rear seats good for two adults and a kid
-Petrol engine could perform better

Tata Nexon Price in India

Variant Price (ex-showroom introductory prices)
XE Rs 5.85 lakh
XM Rs 6.49 lakh
XT Rs 7.29 lakh
XZ+ Rs 8.44 lakh
XZ+ with dual tone roof Rs 8.59 lakh
XE Rs 6.85 lakh
XM Rs 7.39 lakh
XT Rs 8.14 lakh
XZ+ Rs 9.29 lakh
XZ+ with dual tone roof Rs 9.44 lakh

In tandem with other new Tata cars under the Impact design theme, the price positioning for Nexon is aggressive. The Nexon carline has been priced in the range of Rs 5.85 lakh and Rs 9.44 lakh. All the prices are ex-showroom, Delhi. One must note that the entry level variants miss out on prominent bits on the outside and inside, though it gets ABS, dual airbags and EBD as standard. At this pricing, Nexon undercuts arch rivals and this could very well work in its favour. One must note that the top players in the segment, Ford EcoSport and Maruti Vitara Brezza are currently available at Rs 7.21 lakh to Rs 10.82 lakh and Rs 7.21 lakh to Rs 9.91 lakh respectively.

Built on Tata’s X1 platform used in models like Zest and Bolt, the subcompact SUV features the new IMPACT design theme. It sports sharp looks on the outside which coupled with bold elements bestow a contemporary look. Insides are spacious and the upmarket material quality further adds to the comfort quotient. The SUV also features multiple storage points and brims with a host of comfort features. That said, it gets a bunch of first-in-segment features that give it cusp over rivals. With the Nexon, Tata Motors has made inroads into the sub four-meter SUV space that currently offers Ford EcoSport, Maruti Vitara Brezza, Mahindra TUV300, Mahindra NuvoSport and the likes. Photo Gallery: Upcoming Tata Cars in India

Tata Nexon Mileage

Variant Mileage
Petrol Model 17.88kmpl
Diesel Model 23.97kmpl

In terms of mileage, the new petrol and diesel units are estimated to return impressive fuel economy. The petrol-powered Nexon is claimed to return 17.88kmpl opposed to the diesel version delivers an impressive 23.97kmpl.

Tata Nexon Specifications

Engine 1.2-litre, turbo Petrol
Max Power 108bhp @5000rpm
Max Torque 170Nm @2000-4000rpm
Transmission 6-speed Manual
Engine 1.5-litre Diesel
Max Power 108bhp @3,750rpm
Max Torque 260Nm @1,500-2,750rpm
Transmission 6-speed Manual

The Tata Nexon carline is being offered in petrol and diesel guise with a standard manual version. Though, the AMT variant of the compact SUV is scheduled to be launched in the first half of 2018. The gasoline version derives its power from a 1.2-litre Revotron turbocharged unit that produces 108bhp of power at 5,000rpm and 170Nm of torue between 2000rpm to 4000rpm. The oil burner is an all-new 1.5-litre Revotorq turbocharged unit that dishes out 108bhp of top power at 3,750rpm along with a ground-breaking torque of 260Nm between 1,500rpm to 2,750rpm. The diesel engine is basically a scaled-up version of the 1.05 Revotorq engine that powers Tiago and Tigor. Power is transmitted to the front wheels of the SUV via a six-speed manual gearbox.

It additionally comes with multiple drive modes with three options-Eco, City and Sport. For further details on the performance of both the engines you can watch our video review or go through the comprehensive first drive report.

Tata Nexon Exterior Design

Just like all new models from Tata Motors, Tata Nexon is also built on its new IMPACT design language. Sporting contemporary looks, new elements and styling bits, Nexon is one of the best-looking SUVs in the sub four-meter space.

Tata Nexon Rear

Front Profile

The Nexon is the fourth model based on Tata Motors’ new IMPACT design philosophy, which we have already seen on the Tigor, Tiago and Hexa. The front fascia is aggressive, featuring Tata’s signature Humanity line and the board honeycomb grille with piano finish injects a bold look.  The sharp projector headlamps with chrome bits and integrated D-cut LED units merge seamlessly into the grille. And the large air-dams on the lower bumper match with its broad profile, while the dual shade fog lamps on with ceramic white strip enhance its visual appeal.

Side Profile

What works well for the model is its proportioned look from the side, which gives it a cusp over rivals in the segment. Among the prominent bits, it receives pronounced wheel arches and 16-inch diamond cut alloy wheels wrapped around large profile tyres. Additional styling elements such as the ceramic strips, coupe-like roof make it look edgier.

Rear Profile

Nexon features a unique rear design that makes it stand apart rivals. Though, the use of multiple elements at the back makes it a bit busy and it may not appeal to everyone. A thick ceramic band can also be seen around the windscreen. It additionally features black plastic with gloss finish and bumper matching the body colour. This altogether gives it a triple tone.


Length 3,994mm
Width 1,811mm
Height 1,607mm
Wheelbase 2,498mm
Ground Clearance 209mm
Seating Capacity 5-seats (2+3)

The subcompact SUV measures less than four meters in length. Sporting boastful dimensions, the model offers comfortable seat for five adults for occupants inside. This sub-4 meter SUV measures 3,994mm in length, 1,811mm in width and 1,607mm in height. It sits on a long wheelbase of 2,498mm, which in return offers a spacious cabin. The SUV has a class-leading ground clearance of 209mm that makes it perfect for the Indian roads. On the inside, it will feature a five-seat layout with 2+3 configuration. Despite being less than four meters in length, the subcompact SUV offers comfortable headroom, legroom and thigh support. At 350L, the luggage compartment offers generous space for storing luggage, in fact it is better than some of the models positioned a notch above Nexon. With the rear seats folded, the boot space can further be expanded to 690L, which makes it comfortable if travelling long distance. Read More About: Tata Q5 | Tata Tiago Aktiv | Tata Tiago Sport

Tata Nexon Interior

Tata Nexon Interior


We have already driven Nexon and what really impressed us on the inside is the material quality which seems better than models in the higher segment. Use of plastic on the dashboard is superior, it is tough and has no rough edges. On the other hand, the contrast plastic with gloss finish on the lower dashboard and doors inject a premium look. Chrome bits on the door handles, buttons and air conditioner vents infuse premium touch.


Front seats are comfortable and offer decent legroom and kneeroom. The side support is good that helps holding the occupant well. Furthermore, the headroom is ample to accommodate people with 6-feet and above height, although thigh support could have been better. While rear has better thigh support and knee room. Since there is a centre arm rest at the rear, it is good for two adults and a kid. The view from inside is commanding and the steering wheel can also be adjusted for height.


Tata has stuffed a host of features comfort goodies on the SUV such as the air-flow with rear ac vents, electrically adjustable ORVMs with retractable feature, reverse parking sensor, engine start-stop button, automatic climate control, two 12-V power sockets, steering mounted audio controls, driver armrest and duplicate key resembling a fitness band for locking and unlocking etc.


Along with the comfort tech, Nexon also gets multiple storage points including cup holder in centre console, bottle doors in all doors, cubby hole on floor console, central console unit with a slider, a large glove box with 2 cup holders, wallet holder, card holder, tab holder tray. In addition, the front doors come with umbrella holder and rear armrest comes with 2 cup-holders.

Infotainment/Music System

The 6.5-inch floating touchscreen ConnectNext infotainment display is reserved for the top-spec variant, while the Harman sourced ConnectNext infotainment system will be standard on XM and XT trims. It additionally comes with connectivity features like Android Auto, voice command for climate control, voice command recognition and 8 speakers etc

Tata Nexon Boot Space

The subcompact SUV as the name suggests measures less than four meter in length, albeit it offers generous space for storing luggage. With 350L of space, Nexon has the best-in-segment luggage compartment that can further be expanded to 690L by folding the rear seats completely.

Tata Nexon Performance

City performance

Powered by the 1.2-litre petrol unit, slight lag can be experienced in petrol variants. The engine feels a bit underpowered until 2000rpm and requires shifting gear frequently in city. Power supply improves post 2000rpm on flat roads and it needs constant acceleration in hilly areas to keep the momentum. While the diesel engine is more impressive and it does not require frequent gear shifting unlike petrol unit.

Highway performance

The petrol unit supplies ample power until the 4500 mark across all gears. Mid-range is impressive and it hits 120km/h easily in third gear. Of all the driving modes, the Sport mode offers punchy performance. Diesel engine on the other hand offers great performance in low rpms and frequent gear shifting is not required. It is peppier and there is no lag. Gear ratios are better and power delivery is better too.

Tata Nexon Safety & Braking

Tata has packed in prominent safety features in the SUV such as standard driver airbag and co-passenger airbag. It additionally gets anti-lock-braking system with electronic brakeforce distribution, park assist with rear sensors, park assist with camera, day and night inside rear-view mirror, front fog lamps with cornering assistance, rear fog lamps and rear defogger.

Tata Nexon Competition

In the sub four-meter SUV space, the new model from Tata Motors will essentially field against Ford EcoSport and Maruti Vitara Brezza. Other models including the Mahindra TUV300 and Mahindra NuvoSport will also pit against Nexon.

Should You Buy It?

Built on Tata’s new IMPACT design theme, Nexon is a bold SUV with sharp elements that makes it a head turner, though the rear styling is a bit busy and may not appeal to everyone. Interior is upmarket with superior material quality, multiple storage points, a bunch of comfort tech along with several-segment first bits. We drove the car and found the diesel engine impressive, though there is still some room for improvement in petrol unit. Prominent infotainment bits such as the 6.5-inch touchscreen and other bits are reserved for the top-spec variant, while the entry level XE misses out on some tech to keep pricing in check. Priced aggressively, Nexon checks off most of the right boxes and could turn out to be game changing model for Tata Motors in the highly contested segment.

Tata Nexon Variant Wise Features

XE Variant XM Variant (XE+) XT Variant (XM+) XZ+ Variant (XT+)
16-inch steel wheels Dual-tone wheel covers Body Coloured ORVMS & door handles Dual-tone roof
Three-tone interiors Harman ConnectNext Music system Automatic AC Projector headlamps with DRLs
Fabric seats Multi-functional Steering Rear AC vents 16-inch alloy wheels
Folding rear seat Rear Parking Sensors Electrically foldable ORVMs Front & Rear centre armrest
Dual-front airbags Remote central locking Rear charging slot 60:40 split rear seats
ABS + EBD All power windows Cooled & illuminated glovebox 6.5-inch touchscreen infotainment system
Manual AC Electric adjust ORVMs Android Auto + Voice Commands
Front Power windows Bluetooth connectivity Rear parking camera
Adjustable steering Smart Key with push-button start

Tata Nexon Side Profile

Segment-leading features

Multi Drive Modes – Tata Nexon will get plethora of features including some features that are absent in all other models in the segment like multiple driving modes with an option between-Eco, City and Sport modes. According to Tata Motors, every mode offers performance as per the requirement of the driver. While one can cruise the car smoothly in City mode, the Sport mode offers more spirited performance.

Floating Dashtop HD Touchscreen – In addition to the above feature, the SUV will also receive a floating dashtop with HD touchscreen. What makes it stand apart is that it is easy operation and the clarity offered by the HD touchscreen which reduces ‘eye-off read time”. This provides additional safety and offers a great overall user experience.

Tata Nexon Floating Dashtop

Harman sourced infotainment system with Android Auto & Apple Car Play – A Harman sourced infotainment system with multiple connectivity features will sit inside. The system will be compatible with Android Auto & Apple Car Play and the advanced infotainment system will come with a drive mode based HMI theme. It will additionally come with 8-speakers with high-fidelity audio reproduction.

Grand Central Console with Sliding Tambour Door Mechanism – The Grand Central Console as Tata Motors refers it, comes with a sliding function. This feature with sliding function tambour door mechanism is mostly offered in premium cars. It offers practical space for storing stuff inside the car.

Tata Nexon tambour door mechanism

This is all what we have for now, stay tuned to IndiaCarNews for all the latest updates on Nexon.

Tata Nexon Preview
  • Overall Styling
  • Features
  • Power


The upcoming Tata Nexon surely looks quite an attractive package with unique styling, tons of features and a powerful diesel mill. If priced well, this can become a threat to several existing players in the sub-4 metre SUV space.



  1. AMITH

    January 18, 2015 at 8:10 PMJan


    • Ganeshram

      April 14, 2016 at 8:10 AMApr

      I totally agree with you
      I own a Zest XTA and Xenon XT 4×4 Both are Awesome performers and has a Great Ride qualities.
      The After Sales services have Improved Leaps and Bounds.
      The service statuion calls in advance and Book slot .
      After Returning from service TML’s Customer care calls up and takes detailed info on the service.
      Iam very Happy with TML.
      NEXON will be the Game changer in the compact SUV segment with features found only in Imported SUVS
      It will definitely Create Ripples in this segment and will sideline .—Ecosport, TUV300 ,KUV100 , Neosport etc

  2. rajendrajain

    January 31, 2016 at 8:10 AMJan

    My first car is indica .second is vista I want to by tata SUV nexon when your launching and what will be price and maximum discount for tata fen thanks

    • Editorial Team

      January 31, 2016 at 8:10 PMJan

      Hi Rajendra,
      The Nexon is expected to be launched by mid 2016 after its debut at the Auto Expo.

      • Krishna Hariharan

        February 5, 2016 at 8:10 PMFeb

        If they are launching the care in June.. they should start the bookings.. we are very eager to switch to an Indian car…

  3. Chandrasen

    February 1, 2016 at 8:10 PMFeb

    Beautiful design. I am planing to buy 7 seater car, is this car going to be 5 seater or 7 seater. I like TATA cars and recently they have come up with really beautiful products… i will wait for this cargo to launch will love if it is going to have more than 5 seats. TATA have to think seriously to introduce 7 seater MPV as this is the new sucess formula…

  4. Ankit

    February 3, 2016 at 8:10 PMFeb

    Just waiting for its launch..
    I am sure its going to be the car of the year…!!

  5. shweta

    February 5, 2016 at 8:10 AMFeb

    Tata Nexon is amazing, design is really good. Interior gives feel of Luxury car and it really looks like vehicle for next generation. Definitely a step ahead in design and comfort with others in its segment/ also any pre-existing cars. This time Nexon is the one which created huge buzz.

  6. nanan bhuia

    February 10, 2016 at 8:10 PMFeb

    Waiting for my first ride.

  7. Ashok Kumar

    February 25, 2016 at 8:10 PMFeb

    I like tata nexon specially its interior please launch it before September

  8. prashant

    February 26, 2016 at 8:10 PMFeb

    Nice look with good cost

  9. dr avinash kumar

    February 27, 2016 at 8:10 PMFeb

    waiting for its launch….wow nice design n specification….love nexon….

  10. nitin garg

    March 2, 2016 at 8:10 AMMar

    expected date of launch of tata nexon

    • Editorial Team

      March 14, 2016 at 8:10 AMMar

      Hi Nitin

      The Tata Nexon compact SUV is scheduled to be launched in the second half of this year (Around Diwali).

      • Mehul

        June 10, 2016 at 8:10 PMJun

        Waiting for Tata Nexon

  11. Vishal

    March 7, 2016 at 8:10 PMMar

    Nice looking car but I hope they launch it soon.. They suppose to launch Tata Taigo in Dec 2015 but still not launched.. Now got the news they are launching on 28 th march 2016.. They already miss the opportunity as many new car took the charged.. Hope they don’t repeat the same mistake and launch nexon asap .

  12. Raman Kumar jha

    March 8, 2016 at 8:10 PMMar

    Iwant 7 seater is nexon available in 7 seats slso


    March 28, 2016 at 8:10 PMMar




    April 9, 2016 at 8:10 PMApr


    • Ganeshram

      April 14, 2016 at 8:10 AMApr

      I had the Great TATA ESTATE, then IndicaV2 ,IndigoeCS now I have XENON XT4x4 and ZEST XTA(AMT)
      all the first 3 mentioned gave and present tata vehicles are giving Awesome Motoring.
      In 6 months I have completed 10100 kms in ZEST and performing flawlessly .
      Tata cars will rule the Indian Roads by 2018-20. and will be the Biggest car producers in India.
      All the very best TML

  15. puran sharma

    April 16, 2016 at 8:10 PMApr

    I own an indica vista safire aura and it has been riding too well. However i wish to upgrade to tata nexon. Unfortunately i came to know nexon petrol is a 3 cylinder suv. In a hilly terrain where i live 3 cylinder suvs aren’t much preferred. As such i am eyeing on the diesel variant of nexon but the no of cylinders it will have is not mentioned anywhere though it is supposed to have 1.5l engine

    • Editorial Team

      June 11, 2016 at 8:10 PMJun

      The 1.5-litre diesel engine of the Nexon will have four cylinders. And even if you are going for the petrol model, the 3-cylinder unit should not be a problem. Cars like Maruti Alto 800 and Hyundai Eon too can handle hilly roads despite having 3-cylinder engine with even less displacement.

  16. mahesh kumar pandey

    April 20, 2016 at 8:10 PMApr

    I,like tata car.previously i used tata indica v2 deluxe from feb 2003 to oct2008and drove120000k.m.without any wear and iam using indica vista quardajet(aqua)from nov.2008 till now.and you would be surprised i have driven this one all overindia from jammu to kanyakumari and mumbai to via guahati up to tinsukhia driven with speed 100 k.m and over contineously day and night with taking meals and has run 176000.k.m.still i owned this running smothly and in showroom condition.any one can contact no.09415352202.i am waiting for NEXON s.u.v.

  17. Ashok Kumar

    May 1, 2016 at 8:10 PMMay

    Please launch tata nexon before festive season 2016

  18. Ashok Bolar

    May 3, 2016 at 8:10 PMMay

    I like Tata cars because they are sturdy and heavy. Feel planted on road at good speeds unlike many competitions. I owned Marina, used it for nine years (over 80,000 kms) and had no problem at all. Only once I had to change battery. That is all that I spent except filling petrol.
    After I met with a major accident in my Maruti, I decided never to buy a Maruti again.
    My son owns Bolt. Its a great car. On highways, its a too good.
    Awaiting for launch of Nexon. Like my earlier Marina, I hope I will be the first person to get Nexon delivery.

  19. Gagan Kataria

    May 4, 2016 at 8:10 PMMay

    I m a tata lover used indica v2 from 2001 to 2006, indica turbo from 2006 to 2014 and now using Zest XT diesel. Awesome experience. Now waiting for Nexon. Pl. Launch in mid 2016 . Also give some benefits to loyal tata customers.

  20. Pranjit

    May 7, 2016 at 8:10 PMMay

    I like tata …. So I bought zest … execpt my friends wrong thought about tata’s poor service and quality…..
    But I like my car most….. And Tata too.. ..
    It is comfortable…..

  21. jayant singh

    May 13, 2016 at 8:10 PMMay

    The new elegant and sporty design of tata along with pleasing interiors and long list of premium features hs changed my mentality towards tata….I used to think I will never buy any of the tata cars because of several complaints ..but I drove tata bolt xt diesel and forgot all was a surprising experience to me…the cabin is just like the luxury sports car and it engine was quite refined..the infotainment system by Harman is just awsome and unmatched …… Looking forward to the compact SUV ….nexon I will definetly buy it if I liked it….and after seeing its pics I m going to like it..

  22. Rahul Solanki

    May 14, 2016 at 8:10 PMMay

    waiting it’s launch…
    yeee to sabkiiiii markettttt todegiiii… pakaaaaa..

  23. Chirag Patel

    May 14, 2016 at 8:10 PMMay

    I whould love to buy this car it’s realy realy good n nice car.if it’s price is near 10 lakh rupee than this car will going to blast in the market. Thank u

  24. Pankaj Mitra

    May 30, 2016 at 8:10 PMMay

    My first car was indica dle. Now I own a nano xta. My wife drives vista. Eagerly waiting for nexon. Must get a hefty discount as a devoted tata car lover. Nano xta is wonderful.

  25. Sandeep

    July 2, 2016 at 8:10 PMJul

    i m waiting for tata nexon

  26. Anuj Sharma

    July 9, 2016 at 8:10 PMJul

    I like Tata cars!! They r really value for money.. my fitst is Indica Dls 2004 to till date.. Vista Qjt VX 2012 to till date n very much satisfied with my cars n now plan to buy Zest/ Nexon or Kite.. they r again the much better n improved product.. every time TML has something new n better for the car lovers!! Im a loyal cust of trusted Tata brand.. hats off to the true indian car maker…

  27. Saurav Roy

    July 15, 2016 at 8:10 AMJul

    Waiting for it’s launch


    September 13, 2016 at 8:10 PMSep

    TATA is going to change the story of crossover SUV’s with the launch of NEXON ,really thrilled..

  29. Vimal kapoor

    October 10, 2016 at 8:10 AMOct

    This. Car. Will be destroy n ruined to all others brand. SUV car this car is superb nexon is the real baap of all SUV segments amazing. Looks n hi class features salute tata motors I will definitely purchase this car.

  30. Krishnakant

    November 16, 2016 at 8:10 PMNov

    I am eagerly waiting for TATA nexon. Its look is fantastic. TML has done wonderful works in Nexon. It will beat all the competitors in the Indian market.

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