It has been 4 years since the launch of the Tata Nexon, and since then the Nexon has proven to be a major asset to the company and as of right now the Nexon is also is the best selling car for the Indian manufacturer. The Nexon has won the hearts of its customers in various layers like best-in-class safety (5-star rating at Global NCAP), best in class performance, loads of features and more. The Nexon currently is available in 3 fuel variants, petrol, diesel and battery-powered. But will the Tata Nexon be available in all its 3 variants in the coming days or will the diesel variants be discontinuing in the coming weeks? If you want to know the answer don’t stop here and keep on with your reading.
Some reports by major news agencies reports of leaked a leaked communication from a dealer which describes that the company has told dealerships not to take reservations now on for 4 different diesel variants offered on Nexon, the following diesel variants are – XE, XMA, XZ and XZA+ (S). Not only that, the company has been well known for being notorious with the Nexon and this time the carmaker has decided to added a set of new five-spoke alloy wheels to its models, not too long ago the makers had also removed the physical knobs and buttons on the central console which now comes integrated inside the 7- inch touchscreen infotainment system, which not only removes unnecessary hindrances on the central console but also makes it look a lot premium and ergonomic.
The Tata Nexon is kept in the compact SUV segment which means that the car has to lock horns with some nasty sales snatching cars like this month’s best-seller Kia Sonet, Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Hyundai Venue, Nissan Magnite, Renault Kiger and many more as this is the most competitive segment of the Indian car market.
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