In a market constantly evolving with innovative designs and advanced technology, Tata Motors has once again raised the bar with the launch of its second Nexon facelift. Building upon the success of the first facelift introduced in 2020, the second iteration promises to be even more impressive. Tata Motors, a company known for its commitment to quality and innovation, is all set to redefine the compact SUV segment.
It has recently launched the second Tata Nexon facelift 2023 (overall top-selling SUV) & Tata Nexon.ev facelift (best-selling electric car) in India. New versions of the car models are formidable and loaded with class-leading & segment-first features.
Benefits of Purchasing Tata Nexon
- Tata Nexon Maintenance cost for 5 years is approximately 30K.
- The new Nexon comes preloaded with additional functionality than its predecessor. It now comes standard with electronic stability control (ESC), hill start assist (HSA), traction control (TC), and LED headlights. Furthermore, the new Nexon has six airbags across all models, when its predecessor only had two.
- Tata Nexon Loan or EMI options are readily available with a down payment of less than 1 lakh or Tata Nexon and Tata Nexon.ev
- Tata Nexon Facelift Variants have 4 main categories: Fearless, Creative, Pure and Smart.
- On the other hand, the Tata Nexon EV Range has 3 main variants: Creative, Fearless, and Empowered.
Tata Nexon has come up with more efficiency and has surpassed the existing SUV players in the market. Below is the basic comparison between existing SUVs in the market and Tata’s second Nexon Facelift:
- Tata Nexon vs Maruti Suzuki Brezza:
The base model of the Maruti Brezza costs Rs. 8.29 Lakh, which is Rs. 19,459 more than the base model of the Tata Nexon, which costs Rs. 8.09 Lakh. Maruti Brezza (Petrol Model) claimed mileage is 19.8 Kmpl, while Tata Nexon (Petrol Model) claimed mileage is 23.64 Kmpl. A 1462 cc engine powers the Maruti Brezza (Top Model), while a 1497 cc engine drives the Tata Nexon (Top Model).
- Tata Nexon vs Kia Sonet:
The base model of the Tata Nexon costs Rs. 8.09 Lakh, which is Rs. 30,990 more than the base model of the Kia Sonet, which costs Rs. 7.79 Lakh. Kia Sonet (Diesel Model) has a claimed mileage of 18.2 Kmpl, while Tata Nexon (Petrol Model) has a stated mileage of 23.64 Kmpl. A 1493 cc engine powers the Kia Sonet (Top Model), while a 1497 cc engine powers the Tata Nexon (Top Model).
- Tata Nexon vs Mahindra XUV300:
The Tata Nexon starts at Rs. 8.09 Lakh, which is Rs. 10,990 more than the base model of the Mahindra XUV300, which starts at Rs. 7.99 Lakh. The claimed mileage of the Mahindra XUV300 (Diesel Model) is 20 kilometers per hour, while the claimed mileage of the Tata Nexon (Petrol Model) is 23.64 kilometers per hour. A 1497 cc engine powers the Mahindra XUV300 (Top Model), whereas a 1497 cc engine powers the Tata Nexon (Top Model).
- Tata Nexon vs. Hyundai Venue:
The base model of the Tata Nexon costs Rs. 8.09 Lakh, which is Rs. 33,090 more than the base model of the Hyundai Venue, which costs Rs. 7.76 Lakh. Tata Nexon (Petrol Model) claimed mileage is 23.64 Kmpl. Regarding mechanical characteristics, the Hyundai Venue (Top Model) has a 1493 cc engine, whereas the Tata Nexon (Top Model) has a 1497 cc engine.
Why choose Tata Nexon?
- Design and Styling: The Tata Nexon’s latest facelift boasts updated LED headlights, a revamped grille, and stylish alloy wheels. The new design improves fuel efficiency and stability, showcasing Tata Motors’ innovation and modernity.
- Interior Comfort and Technology: The Nexon’s cabin is luxurious and filled with technology. Its large touchscreen display is compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, making it a technological wonder in the compact SUV category.
- Performance and Safety: Tata Motors prioritizes customer safety, and the latest Nexon model reflects this with advanced safety features and a 5-star rating. It also offers impressive engine options, making it a top choice for city and highway driving. Compared to rivals, the Nexon stands out as a superior option.
- Value for Money: The second facelift of the Nexon has a unique selling point – its value for money. Tata Motors has made sure to price the Nexon competitively, providing a range of variants that cater to various budget constraints. Compared to its competitors, the Nexon offers better features, safety, and a premium feel at a similar or lower price.
Why choose the Tata Nexon EV as an eco-friendly vehicle?
- The Nexon EV is a tiny electric SUV based on the Nexon’s standard avatar.
- It has the same coupe-inspired styling as the petrol/diesel model.
- The inside is luxurious, with options like an electric sunroof and rear AC vents.
- The electric powertrain is robust and comparable to its gasoline/diesel predecessors.
- The electric SUV is fast-charging compatible and has all the necessary safety features.
With the launch of the second Nexon facelift, Tata Motors has once again demonstrated its commitment to pushing the boundaries of design, technology, and safety in the compact SUV segment. The Nexon is a stylish, technologically advanced, and safe choice for consumers. Compared to its competitors like the Maruti Brezza, Mahindra XUV300, and Hyundai Venue, the Nexon emerges as a clear winner in terms of design, interior comfort, technology, performance, and value for money.
As the automotive industry continues to evolve, the second Nexon facelift proves that Tata Motors is at the forefront of innovation and is poised to maintain its stronghold in the competitive market. So, if you’re in the market for a compact SUV that offers the best in class, the second Nexon facelift is undoubtedly worth considering.
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