Tata Nexon is one the most popular sub-4 meter compact SUV. It competes with cars like Maruti Suzuki Brezza, Hyundai Venue, Ford EcoSport in the segment. Tata Motors had recently given the Nexon a facelift and was launched in the market last month. The 2020 Nexon gets a refreshing look in comparison to the older version. The facelifted version of the Nexon is now priced at Rs 6.95 lakh for the petrol and 8.45 lakh ex-showroom for the diesel variants. Here we have a video that gives detailed review on the cheapest or the lowest trim of Tata Nexon.
The video has been uploaded by Auto Trend TV on their youtube channel. The video takes us on tour of the the entry level model of the Tata Nexon 2020. The video starts by showing the 16 inch steel wheels with no wheel caps on them. pre-facelift version used to come with wheel caps. It also misses out on fog lamps and the turn indicator is now placed around fog lamp area in the lower trims. Even the XE trim now gets projector type headlamps and DRLs. Air dam of the new Nexon gets the tri-arrow inserts but they all get a black finish instead of silver that we have seen in the higher trims.
From the side, car looks more or less the same, it has the same white colour strip running on the lower part of the window and there is also black masking on the A, B and C pillars. The door handles are all black instead of body colour, and the ORVMs also get the vlack finish with integrated turn indicators in them. Coming to the rear,even the XE trim also gets clear lens split LED tail lamps which is designed in a way that it look like a tri-arrow. The bumper also has seen changes in comparison to the earlier version The shape of the reflectors have also been changed.
On the inside, XE trim is very basic it does not even get an infotainment system. The instrument cluster however is fully digital and the steering wheel is also the same flat bottom unit that we have seen in Altroz. It also misses out on features like rear AC vents, rear power windows and only gets fabric seats. The rear passenger also miss the grab handle feature. Tata Nexon continues to get a 1.2 litre turbocharged petrol and 1.5 litre diesel engine that are now BS6 compliant. Both engines are available with manual and AMT gearbox options.
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