Tata Nexon EV Overview
312 Km/Full Charge
C&B Verdict On Tata Nexon EV
The electric game is a gamble of sorts then in India atleast and with the Nexon EV Tata Motors might not have won the jackpot, but it certainly has some good cards to dent the winnings of players who are already in the game.
Pros & Cons of Tata Nexon EV
Things We Like
- The Nexon EV looks similar to the Nexon which is a cool design and of course has recall value
- The Nexon EV's SUV stance brings a butch and stylish look to it
- The Nexon EV comes with 8 years battery warranty
Things We Don't Like
- The 210 claimed range can be disputed. It depends on road and weather conditions
- The gearbox is not as responsive as you want it to be
- The Nexon EV is not cheap as it retails from Rs. 14 lakh
Tata Nexon EV Prices
Tata Nexon EV Ex-Showroom price ranges from ₹ 14.74 to 19.94 Lakh. Tata offers Nexon EV in 9 variants. The top variant of Nexon EV is Empowered Plus Long Range and the base variant is Creative Plus Medium Range.
Nexon EV Prime Creative Plus Medium Range
Nexon EV Prime Fearless Medium Range
Nexon EV Prime Fearless Plus Medium Range
Nexon EV Prime Fearless Plus S Medium Range
Nexon EV Prime Empowered Medium Range
Nexon EV Prime Fearless Long Range
Nexon EV Prime Fearless Plus Long Range
Nexon EV Prime Fearless Plus S Long Range
Nexon EV Prime Empowered Plus Long Range
Tata Nexon EV Specifications & Features
Explore an in-depth overview of the Tata Nexon EV specifications and features, offering comprehensive details on its engine choices, fuel efficiency, torque, power, transmission, dimensions, and trunk capacity. Additionally, gain insights into the car's advanced safety features and infotainment system.
About Tata Nexon EV
The Tata Nexon EV is an all-electric compact SUV produced by Tata Motors. It was launched in India in early 2020 and has since gained popularity in the country's growing electric vehicle market. The Nexon EV is powered by a permanent magnet AC motor that produces 127 horsepower and 245 Nm of torque, which is sent to the front wheels through a single-speed automatic transmission. The electric powertrain gets its energy from a 30.2 kWh lithium-ion battery pack that provides a range of up to 312 km on a single charge. The Nexon EV also features fast-charging capabilities, with a 0-80% charge achievable in just 60 minutes using a DC fast charger. The car is equipped with advanced safety features like dual airbags, ABS, EBD, rear parking sensors, and a rearview camera. It also features a touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support, automatic climate control, and a sunroof.
Ex Showroom Price
From ₹ 14.49 Lakh Onward
312 KM/Full Charge
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Tata Nexon EV Mileage
|Electric||Automatic||312 Km/Full Charge|
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Tata Nexon EV is available in 7 different colors namely Intensi Teal, Daytona Grey, Creative Ocean, Empowered Oxide, Pristine White, Fearless Purple & Flame Red.
Tata Nexon EV Prime Daytona Grey
Tata Nexon EV Prime Creative Ocean
Tata Nexon EV Prime Empowered Oxide
Tata Nexon EV Prime Pristine White
Tata Nexon EV Prime Fearless Purple
Tata Nexon EV Prime Flame Red
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Quick Compare With Tata Nexon EV Competitors
Tata Nexon EV Prime
|₹ 14.74 - 19.94 L||₹ 22.88 - 26 L||₹ 23.84 - 24.03 L||₹ 13.54 - 18.62 L||₹ 16.78 - 21.24 L||₹ 17.5 - 23.17 L|
|C&B Expert Rating|
|N/A||N/A||N/A||2179 CC||1482 CC||1451 CC|
|312 Km/Full Charge||461 Km/Full Charge||452 Km/Full Charge||15.37 KM/L||17.5 - 20.4 KM/L||16 - 17 KM/L|
|Electric||Electric||Electric||Diesel||Petrol, Diesel||Petrol, Diesel|
|5 Seater||5 Seater||5 Seater||7 Seater||7 Seater||7 Seater|
|Fuel Tank Capacity|
|0.0 L||0.0 L||0.0 L||60.0 L||50.0 L||60.0 L|
|No of Variants|
|Nexon EV vs ZS EV||Nexon EV vs Kona Electric||Nexon EV vs Scorpio||Nexon EV vs Alcazar||Nexon EV vs Hector Plus|
Tata Nexon EV Alternatives
Hyundai Kona Electric
₹ 23.84 - 24.03 L
₹ 16.78 - 21.24 L
MG Hector Plus
₹ 17.5 - 23.17 L
Tata Nexon EV Latest Reviews
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Key Features of Tata Nexon EV
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Instrumentation & Communication
Don the wearable key to effortlessly access your Nexon EV.
Nexon EV's powered sunroof is a breath of fresh air. Slide it back and enjoy the freedom of a smooth drive.
All it takes is a few taps on the Connected car app to remotely control, connect and track your Nexon EV. That’s not all! It’s fully loaded with 35 intelligent features.
Tata Nexon EV Expert Review
Tata Nexon EV Prime Prime
The Tata Nexon EV Prime has been a successful EV in the country, offering a comparatively reasonable price tag for a functional EV for usage not just in the city but also on the highways. The lower running costs and good features are major draws for buyers in this category. The Nexon EV Max is the latest and most refined addition to the line-up.
How is the design?
The Nexon EV Max is just like a regular Tata Nexon, with the same stylish design at both front and rear. It has great road presence although the floor pan has undergone a major revamp to include the new 40.5 kWh battery and the ground clearance is slightly lower. The cabin floor is also higher. The Max is also heavier than the regular counterpart. The long-range EV looks almost similar as the regular Nexon with some changes like the new diamond-cut 16-inch alloy wheels and also the exclusive paint shades. There is no separate Max badging for the EV and it also has blue highlights like the standard EV model.
How does it perform?
The Nexon EV Max comes with a larger battery which is 33% larger than the earlier version. This makes it offer capacity of 40.5 kWh. This enables more power on tap, going up to 141 BHP and 250 Nm of maximum torque. The claimed range is up to 437 km although this is the figure given by ARAI and may not be in sync with actual performance. You should easily get anywhere around 300-340 km with a full charge. The car is more powerful and heavier than before, which makes its performance feel similar as the regular EV model. The Sport mode illustrates this more visibly, although the battery also drains faster. This is only for sportier driving at times. It can touch 100 kmph in 9.4 seconds and can touch 137 kmph in its top speed. There is a City mode and the Eco mode as well, restricting these modes to 97 hp and 170 Nm of maximum torque. Eco feels slightly dull in comparison to the other mode, although they are both sufficient for daily city driving and also on the highway. They take anywhere around 14.1-14.3 seconds to achieve the 100 kmph mark. There are four regenerative braking levels available from level zero (regeneration off) onwards and users can let the car cruise without sudden momentum lags or deceleration. Level one is the regular one for those who have driven non-EVs before while level two and three are more powerful even though you may gently push the brakes in these cases.
What’s the range?
The driving range is around 312 km (MIDC Cycle) on the certified full charge. You can expect anywhere around 300 km with a full charge. You can expect efficiency levels between 6.4-6.6 km/kW across the city and highways alike. This is possible in the Eco mode with up to level two regenerative braking as well.
How’s the driving experience?
The Nexon EV Max feels heavier although it gets a stiffer suspension setup and can take potholes and rough roads rather well. There is still some bouncy movements while driving and the steering also feels heavy at times. There is tighter body control and a lower centre of gravity. This makes it a sportier offering with good cornering abilities and ESP also regulates overall wheel spin. The auto-hold and hill-hold functions are also neat while there are disc brakes all around and iVBAC or Intelligent Vacuum-Less Boost along with Active Control Device for regulating brake pressure. This means a more consistent feel in terms of the brake pedal and near-zero vibrations. The EV Max is a good car to drive overall and handles reasonably well.
What’s the interior like?
The cabin has a lighter hue with its blue highlights. There is a novel tri-arrow design for the black dashboard appliqué portion and the lovely side blue shade is a masterful touch. The drive selector rotary knob is a premium touch with its texture although it can be slow to use. However, its display is clear and visible this time around and colors will change on the basis of your chosen driving mode as well. There is an electronic parking brake switch to swap for the handbrake along with the auto hold feature and switches for regeneration level adjustments. Cup holders are now swapped by wireless charging pads and there is an integrated air purifier as well. There is blue stitching for the front seats along with the tri-arrow design. They are quite comfortable with ventilation features alongside. The rear passengers sit higher this time and taller people may not find good thigh support levels here. However, head and knee room are decent and three people can sit comfortably at the back as well. Boot space stands at 350 litres while there is the 60:40 split ratio for the rear seats alongside. There is a tyre repair kit and spare tyre neatly concealed below the floor for the boot.
Tech and infotainment
You get plenty of tech with the Tata Nexon EV Prime including cruise control, wireless charging, driver modes, four levels of regenerative braking, an air purifier, ventilated front seats, and an auto-dimming interior mirror. You also get a 7-inch touch screen infotainment system with an instrument console, ventilated seats, auto-dimming IRVM, cruise control, and connectivity features through the ZConnect app, inclusive of integration with smartwatches. There are rear vents for air conditioning along with a 12V socket as well.
Battery capacity and electric motors
The car gets a 3.3 kWh charger which can reach 100% in 15-16 hours. You can also purchase the 7.2 kWh wall-mounted AC charging option by paying a little more. This can charge the battery to 100% levels in 6.5 hours. You can use the DC 50 kW fast charger where the battery will touch 80% in only 56 minutes. There is the permanent magnet synchronous motor with 129 PS and 245 Nm in outputs and multiple drive modes. There is the 30.2 kWh high-energy density lithium ion battery pack for the Max EV along with battery capacity of 40.5 kWh.
There are plenty of safety features including ESP, hill-start assist, traction control, electronic parking brake, hill-descent control, auto-hold, rear disc brakes, tyre pressure loss indicator, and more. There are four levels of regenerative braking as well.
What’s the warranty on battery?
There is a warranty of 8 years or 1,60,000 kilometres on the battery, whichever comes earlier.
Which cars compete in this segment?
There are several competitors to the Tata Nexon EV Prime in the category including the Hyundai Kona EV and the MG ZS EV. The Kona is theoretically the long-distance pick in the category, followed by the ZS EV and the Nexon EV Max. In real-world settings, the MG ZS EV may have the most juice, followed by the Kona and then the Nexon EV Max. The Nexon EV Max still does well in terms of braking, handling, ride, and overall performance. It is the easiest to park due to its smaller size. The Kona has the highest levels of road noise while the ZS EV has the most silent and refined cabin. The latter has the highest legroom and shoulder room with a panoramic sunroof. However, there are still some drawbacks. The Kona Electric also has them with a lower seating position. It does not offer as much comfort and space at the back. The Nexon offers better rear seat comfort despite being the smallest option in the category.
The Kona is the costliest of the three cars and it is here that the Nexon EV Max will make for a value buy. The ZS EV is a good enough mix and is the most dynamic of the lot. The Nexon EV Max still makes more sense from the budget perspective and also due to the ride, handling, features, and overall performance.
Verdict (Value for Money)
The Nexon EV Max makes for a compelling proposition, and could tempt more buyers to take the electric route. It comes with a longer driving range than before and gets more features. It looks stylish and performs reasonably well. The only issue is with the rear seating position and a few other chinks in its armor. However, by paying only a little more than a regular Nexon EV Prime, the EV Max offers a whole lot more to buyers including a larger battery, more safety features, and lots of other equipment. It is a good value pick for buyers looking to finally make the transition to driving EVs.
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I am enjoying drive
By JAYAKUMAR PURUSHOTHAMA @ Jun 26, 2021 10:07 PM
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I am using this car since 13 months as on June 2021. Driven close to 8000kms and enjoyed every bit of drive and speed, comfort and driving in radius of 100 to 150kms is possible... increase in Charging stations in high way will boost the drive to long distance... Tata, Govt and Private Players are putting efforts to increase the charging station all over highways ... this car is for planned drive only... so go for it if you want to get away from Pertol or Diesel... Milage is approx 210 to 230 per charge...
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Excellent car safer
By Sandeepmr2030@gmail.com @ May 02, 2021 12:51 AM
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Excellent car nice to drive good accelaration safer .real range 180-240 depending on ac and speed .higher d speed lower range .average 210 km for optimal range drive around 80 km.if range increased to 500 km v could use for long drive or increase fast charging stations
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