Tata Nexon EV price, Nexon EV price cut, comparison with XUV400, range and specs


Prices have gone down by Rs 20,000 to Rs 1.20 lakh, depending on the variant.

Tata Motors just announced a price cut on two of its most popular EVs – the Nexon EV and the Tiago EV – on account of reduced battery costs in the recent past. Prices for the Nexon EV now start from Rs 14.49 lakh for the Creative+ MR variant, and top put at Rs 19.29 lakh for the Empowered+ LR variant. Let’s take a closer look at how the prices have been affected across the board.

Tata Nexon EV prices reduced

Tata Nexon EV prices (ex-showroom)
Variant New Price Old Price Difference
Creative+ MR Rs 14.49 lakh Rs 14.74 lakh Rs 25,000
Fearless MR Rs 15.99 lakh Rs 16.19 lakh Rs 20,000
Fearless+ MR Rs 16.49 lakh Rs 16.69 lakh Rs 20,000
Fearless+ S MR Rs 16.99 lakh Rs 17.19 lakh Rs 20,000
Empowered MR Rs 17.49 lakh Rs 17.84 lakh Rs 35,000
Fearless LR Rs 16.99 lakh Rs 18.19 lakh Rs 1.20 lakh
Fearless+ LR Rs 17.49 lakh Rs 18.69 lakh Rs 1.20 lakh
Fearless+ S LR Rs 17.99 lakh Rs 19.19 lakh Rs 1.20 lakh
Empowered+ LR Rs 19.29 lakh Rs 19.99 lakh Rs 80,000

As can be seen from the table above, prices of the Medium Range (MR) variants of the Nexon EV have gone down in the range of Rs 20,000 – Rs 35,000, depending on the variant. Meanwhile, the Long Range (LR) variants see a more significant drop in price of up to Rs 1.20 lakh, although the top-spec trim only sees a reduction of Rs 20,000.

For reference, the Nexon EV’s direct rival, the Mahindra XUV400 EV is priced between Rs 15.49 lakh – Rs 16.74 lakh for its Short Range variant, while the Long Range variant is priced at 17.49 lakh. The XUV400 EV recently received a major interior update, and with top-end prices undercutting the Nexon EV by a fair margin, it does come across as good value.

Tata Nexon EV range and specs 

The Nexon EV facelift is available in two variants – MR with a 30.2kWh battery and LR with a 40.5kWh battery. The MR has an ARAI-claimed range of 325km, while the LR has a range of 465km. Both versions now get a 7.2kW AC charger as standard, which tops up the batteries from 10 to 100 percent in 4.3 hours for the MR, and 6 hours for the LR. As for outputs, the MR produces 129hp and 215Nm of torque, while the LR produces 145hp and 215Nm.

In comparison, the Mahindra XUV400 gets a 34.5kWh battery or a larger 39.4kWh battery for the EC Pro and EL Pro variants, respectively. The former battery has a claimed range of 375km and the latter has a claimed range of 456km, both on the MIDC cycle. Both variants of the XUV400 Pro are powered by a front axle-mounted electric motor that produces 150hp and 310Nm of torque.

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