Moment Of Pride: Tata Rolls Out 300th Nexon, 100% Made In India: Here Are The Variants
From its Ranjangaon plant, the 3,00,000th unit of Nexon has been rolled out by Tat Motors. New trims of the SUV have been launched in celebration Tata Motors has announced that its Ranjangaon manufacturing facility has crossed the 3-Lakh unit production milestone for the Nexon SUV. It was in the month of June that the 2 lakh production milestone was achieved. Post this the little crossover has managed to increase the popularity in the Indian Market.
4th Highest Selling SUV
Ad a matter of fact, it was the fourth highest-selling SUV in India last year. To commemorate the same, the brand has launched new variants for the SUV; Tata Nexon now gets the following additional trims – XZ+ (P)/XZA+ (P) and XZ+ (HS)/XZA+ (HS) – available in both petrol and diesel guise.
These new variants will be available in the Dark Edition version as well. A new paint scheme, Royal Blue, has also been introduced.
Alongwith Premium Benecke Kaliko leatherette upholstery, the XZ+(P) and XZA+(P) variants get additional features, like ventilated seats, an air purifier, and auto-dimming IRVM.
As for the XZ+(HS) and XZA+(HS) variants, the additional features available here include an air purifier.
In the Kaziranga edition of the SUV, these new features were recently introduced.
Spanning over a wide range, Tata Nexon now has a total of 22 petrol variants and 18 diesel variants on offer. In addition to this, with over 13,500 units sold to date, as per the manufacturer’s official statement, SUV is available in an all-electric version as well – Nexon EV – which is currently the best-selling electric car in the Indian market.
A Moment Of Pride
“It is indeed a moment of pride to witness the roll – out of the 3,00,000th Tata Nexon – a landmark product in the turnaround of Tata Motors Passenger Vehicles. Being an integral part of the New Forever range, brand Nexon has successfully established its popularity in the compact SUV segment since its launch in 2017 and has become a part of many families,” said Mr. Shailesh Chandra, Managing Director of Tata Motors Passenger Vehicles Ltd. and Tata Passenger Electric Mobility Ltd.
He added that, “Adding to the popularity of the ICE variant, the Nexon EV too has created a niche for itself and has gained immense recognition from its customers.” The starting prices of the new variants are as follows: XZ+(P) from Rs. 11,58,900, XZA+(P) from Rs. 12,23,900, XZ+(HS) from Rs. 10,86,800, and XZA+(HS) from Rs. 11,51,800.