Tata’s Nexon XE, XT Spotted at a Dealership

  • Published On: 5 September 2017
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The base and mid-spec variants of the Tata were spotted ahead of the car’s launch this month.

The base and mid-spec variants of the Tata were spotted ahead of the car’s launch this month.

The company’s Vitara Brezza rival, the Nexon compact SUV, will be launched later this month. All spy images so far have only shown us the top-spec XZ+ trim for both petrol and diesel models. These images, however, show the base XE trim and what could be the XT trim.

Here is a tentative list of what to expect from the Nexon XT and the Nexon XE trims.

 

 

Tata Nexon XT: What to expect?

 

 

Body-coloured wing mirrors and door handles

 

Steel wheels with Goodyear Assurance tyres

Halogen headlamps

Central multi-info display

Music system with Bluetooth

Steering mounted audio controls

Rear seats with fixed headrests

Rear AC vents

Remote keyless entry

Multiple drive modes

AC with climate control

Roof rails

Rear parking sensors

Tata Nexon XT: Missing features when compared to Nexon XZ+

 

6.5-inch touchscreen infotainment system

 

8-speaker Harman stereo

16-inch alloy wheels

Projector headlamps with LED daytime running lights (DRLs)

Central console with lid

A cooled glovebox

Keyless go with push-button start

Adjustable headrests for rear seats

Rear wiper, washer and defogger.

 

 

Tata Nexon XE (base): Missing features when compared to Nexon XT

 

 

 

Roof rails

 

Body coloured wing mirrors and door handles

Fog lamps

Rear AC vents

Climate control

Steering mounted audio controls

Rear parking sensors

Tata Nexon: Additional details and expected pricing

 

The car will be sold, at launch, in at least four trims – XE, XM, XT and XZ+. You can choose between a 1.5-litre diesel or a 1.2-litre turbo-petrol engine. Both engines are mated to a six-speed manual, with Tata likely to include an AMT gearbox later. The Nexon is expected to be priced between Rs 7-10 lakh.

 

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