Tata Motors has launched the second Kraz edition of the Nexon in the Indian market. The limited-edition Nexon is available in four variants and the base version is priced at Rs 7.58 lakh, ex-showroom. The Nexon Kraz is available in both petrol and diesel engine options and both the engine options get an automatic transmission.
The second edition of the Tata Nexon Kraz looks quite different from the first version of the SUV. It gets special orange highlights all over, which makes it look different from the regular Nexon. To start with, the Nexon Kraz gets as many as ten styling highlights on the outside and the inside.
At the outside, there is a new Tromso Black body colour with dual-tone Sonic-silver roof colour. It makes the vehicle look very special. The tangerine highlights can be seen on the outside rearview mirrors, grille inserts and the alloy wheels. Also, there is the KRAZ badging on the tailgate of the limited edition Nexon. There are a lot of changes done to the cabin too. The vehicle gets tangerine coloured seat fabric, which surely looks great and adds a fresh feel to the vehicle. Apart from that, the vehicle gets tangerine coloured seat-stitching too, which adds a premium feel and look to it. The dashboard gets contrasting tangerine highlights around the air-vent surrounds and the whole set-up with piano black dashboard looks great. The console gets piano black inserts and the same accents can be seen on the steering wheel too.
Commenting on the introduction of the latest edition of the Nexon KRAZ, Mr Vivek Srivatsa, Head Marketing, Passenger Vehicles Business Unit, Tata Motors said,
“We have always been very proud of the Nexon and since its inception, it has been appreciated by customers and the media alike. We are delighted to have rolled out more than 100,000 Nexons, as it continues to excite customers and retains its status as one of the most appealing cars on Indian roads. Last year, the limited edition Nexon KRAZ became one of our most desirable products, and this year, we are delighted to announce its return with a sportier and trendier second edition. We are confident that the new KRAZ will attract a lot of young customers during the festive season this year.”
Mechanically, no changes have been done to the vehicle. It is still powered by the 1.5-litre Revotorq diesel engine that produces a maximum power of 110 PS and peak torque of 260 Nm. The petrol variants get the 1.2-litre turbocharged unit that generates that same 110 PS of power but a lower torque of 170 Nm. Booth the engine options get the 6-speed manual or a 6-speed AMT automatic transmission depending on the variant.
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