Tata Motors again increases the prices of the Nexon up to Rs 11,000, see the price list of all variants

One of the leading automakers in India, Tata Motors has raised the price of its flagship product Nexon. This time, the company has increased the price to Rs 11,000 on its gasoline as well as on the diesel variants. This is the second time that it has increased the price of its subcompact SUV in three months.

Reports indicated that customers could face higher prices again in the coming months due to the increased cost of inputs.

How much will the Tata Nexon cost now?

The Nexon price starts from Rs 7.30 lakh (ex-showroom), which means that customers now have to pay an additional Rs 11,000 on the current price. Meanwhile, the diesel range starts from 8.60 Lakh and goes to Rs 13.35 (ex-showroom).

The mid-size SUV comes in five variants – XE, XM, XZ, XZ + and XZ + (O). The car is available in six colors, including Flame Red, Leaf Green, Daytona Gray, Pure Silver, Calgary White and Atlas Black.

Power and specifications

When it comes to horsepower, the Tata Nexon comes with two engine options: a 1.2-liter turbocharged engine and a 1.5-liter diesel engine. The version produces 118 hp at 5,500 rpm and 170 Nm of maximum torque. The diesel variant produces 109 hp at 4000 rpm and 260 Nm of maximum torque at 1500 rpm.

Both engine options come with a six-speed manual gearbox and AMT transmission. Apart from fue; version, Nexon also comes with an electric version.


The mid-size SUV comes with a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, which supports Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. It also has audio system from JBL, semi-digital instrument cluster, JBL audio system, cruise control, dual automatic climate control, front air vents. rear and an electric sunroof.

In terms of safety, the car has dual front airbags, seat belt reminder, rear parking sensors and ABS with EBD.

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