Tata Nexon EV price hiked by Rs. 26,000

The base-spec XM version of the Nexon EV is exempted from the price increase.

Tata Nexon EV


Nexon Electric is available in three variants XM, XZ+ and XZ+ LUX. 

The company has increased the price of it's mid and top models by Rs. 26,000

According to ARAI, the Nexon electric car can travel 312 km in full charge.

It can be had with flexible tenures on a subscription basis as well.

Tata Nexon electric was launched in India in January 2020, this electric car is available in three variants XM, XZ Plus and XZ Plus LUX. Now the company has increased the price of mid and top models of this vehicle by Rs. 26,000. Here is the new price list of Nexon EV:-

Variant Old price New price Difference
XM Rs. 13.99
Rs. 13.99
XZ+ Rs. 14.99
Rs. 15.25
+ Rs. 26,000
XZ+ LUX Rs. 15.99
Rs. 16.25
+ Rs. 26,000
The base model XM of this electric vehicle is priced at Rs. 13.99 lakhs as before, while the price of mid variant XZ Plus and top model XZ Plus LUX has increased by Rs. 26,000. Even after the price increases, it is still the cheapest electric car with a range of over 300 km. Apart from Nexon Electric, MG ZS EV and Hyundai Kona Electric are also long-range vehicles priced between Rs. 20.88 lakh to Rs. 23.58 lakh and Rs. 23.75 lakh to Rs. 23.94 lakh ( ex-showroom ) respectively.

Tata Nexon EV interior

The motor fitted to the Tata Nexon Electric is supplied power from a 30.2 kW battery pack and gives a power output of 129 Ps / 245 Nm. According to ARAI, this Tata car can travel 312 km in full charge. With DC fast charger, its battery charges from 0 to 80 per cent in 60 minutes, while it takes 8 hours to charge 100 per cent with 3.3 kW home fast charger. There are two driving modes in it, Drive and Sport.

Tata Nexon EV Interior

The company is also giving this car on a monthly subscription. Currently, Tata Nexon Electric has priced at Rs. 13.99 lakh to Rs. 16.25 lakh. Its comparison is from MG ZS EV and Hyundai Kona Electric. Mahindra XUV 300 Electric will also be entered in its comparison in 2021 which will be its direct rival. In other reports, the Delhi government's transport arm has agreed to exclude EVs from road tax, making EVs more accessible, including the Tata Nexon EV.

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