Tata Nexon price, facelift launched, exterior, interior, features, rivals, variants

This is the second facelift for the Tata Nexon and its design is inspired by the Curvv concept.

Tata Motors has launched the Nexon facelift at Rs 8.10 lakh for the base Smart MT variant. This is the second facelift for the Nexon; the first facelift was launched in 2020.

Alongside the Nexon facelift, Tata Motors also launched the Nexon EV facelift at Rs 14.74 lakh (both prices introductory, ex-showroom, India).

Here are the prices of the Nexon facelift that have been announced so far:

Tata Nexon facelift prices
Trims Petrol 5MT Petrol 6MT Petrol AMT Petrol DCT Diesel MT Diesel AMT
Smart Rs 8.10 lakh NA NA NA NA NA
Smart+ Rs 9.10 lakh NA NA NA NA NA
Pure NA Rs 9.70 lakh NA NA Rs 11.00 lakh NA
Creative NA Rs 11.00 lakh Rs 11.70 lakh Rs 12.20 lakh Rs 13.00 lakh
Creative+ NA Rs 11.69 lakh
Creative+ S NA
Fearless NA Rs 12.50 lakh NA
Fearless S NA Rs 13.00 lakh NA
Fearless+ S NA NA
  1. Nexon facelift gets a 7-speed DCT with the turbo-petrol
  2. Comes with a larger 10.25-inch touchscreen
  3. Nexon EV facelift launched at Rs 14.74 lakh

Tata Nexon facelift design, dimensions

The Nexon facelift’s design draws inspiration from the Curvv and Harrier EV concepts. It gets a split-headlamp setup with the headlights placed in a trapezoidal housing on the bumper, and the sequential LED daytime running lights (DRLs) at the top. The DRL is connected by a slim upper grille where the Tata Motors logo sits, and the bottom half of the bumper has a thick bar running across that houses the number plate.

There’s a new design for the 16-inch alloy wheels and a new accent line that is no longer highlighted in a contrasting colour. The Nexon facelift now gets a full-width LED light bar connecting the tail-lights and the reverse light has now moved to the bumper.

Dimensions-wise, the SUV has changed marginally; its length and height have increased by 2mm and 14mm, respectively, while the width has reduced by 7mm. The wheelbase and ground clearance, however, remain the same at 2,498mm and 208mm, each. Tata Motors also says the boot space is 382 litres.

Tata Nexon facelift interior, features

Inside, the Nexon facelift closely resembles the Curvv concept. The centre console has far fewer physical buttons – they have been replaced by a touch-based panel for HVAC controls – now sports slimmer and more angular AC vents. Additionally, the dashboard gets leather inserts and a carbon-fibre-like finish.

The top-spec Nexon facelift gets a 10.25-inch floating touchscreen and a similarly sized digital instrument cluster that can also be used for navigation. Other features include a 360-degree camera, connected car tech, a wireless charger, ventilated front seats, an air purifier, a voice-assisted sunroof and more. Safety features include six airbags as standard across the range, ESC, three-point seat belts for all passengers, ISOFIX as well as emergency and breakdown call assist.

Tata Nexon facelift powertrain, variants 

Under the hood, the Nexon facelift continues with the 120hp, 170Nm, 1.2-litre turbo-petrol engine, and the 115hp, 260Nm, 1.5-litre diesel engine. While both engines continue with the existing 6-speed manual and 6-speed AMT, the petrol engine also comes with the option of a 5-speed manual or a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox (with paddle shifters), depending on the variant.

Tata Motors has dropped the older variant nomenclature that started with ‘X’ – XE, XM, XM+, XZ+ and XZ+ Lux – and is now using a Punch-like naming scheme. As such, the Nexon facelift trims are Smart, Smart+, Smart+ S, Pure, Pure S, Creative, Creative+, Creative+ S, Fearless, Fearless S and Fearless+ S. The ‘+’ denotes optional packages bundled with several features, while the S denotes the addition of the sunroof.

Tata Nexon facelift rivals

The Nexon facelift continues to compete with the likes of the Mahindra XUV300, Maruti Suzuki Brezza, Maruti Suzuki Fronx, Hyundai Venue, Kia Sonet, Renault Kiger and Nissan Magnite.

Also see:

Tata Nexon facelift review: Bestseller thoroughly updated

Tata Nexon facelift video review



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