27 C
Jaipur
Thursday, October 29, 2020

Tata Nexon Becomes The Cheapest Compact SUV With An Electric Sunroof

Must read

Microsoft Planning Windows 10 UI Overhaul in 2021: Report

Microsoft is reportedly planning to give Windows 10 a UI facelift late next year. According to a new report on Windows Central, the project...

UbuntuDDE Remix 20.10 Released With Linux 5.8, Snap Plugin, And More

Earlier this year, we reported about a brand new UbuntuDDE Remix that combines the power of Ubuntu Linux and Deepin Desktop Environment (DDE) from...

How to Use apt-cache Command in Linux

With apt-cache command, you can search for package details in the local APT cache. Learn to use apt-cache command in this tutorial. What is apt-cache...

Today, Tata Motors launched the XM (S) variant of the Nexon compact SUV with feature updates including an electric sunroof. With this update, Tata Nexon is now the most affordable compact SUV to offer an electric sunroof. The XM (S) variant of Nexon is the mid-spec model and comes with a starting price tag of Rs. 8.36 lakh (ex-showroom).

It’s available in both petrol and diesel variants, as well as with MT and AT gearbox.

Also read: Tata Nexon BS6 Owner Review

Tata Nexon: A Value For Money Compact SUV

Vivek Srivatsa, Head of Marketing, Passenger Vehicle Business Unit (PVBU), Tata Motors said in a press release, “The Nexon has always been a product of pride for Tata Motors. A product that will now allow our customers to enjoy superior features such as the electric sunroof at a compelling price.”

He said that with the addition of Sunroof, the automaker aims to make premium features accessible to the widest range of customers.

In addition to the electric sunroof, the XM (S) variant offers features like Rain-Sensing Wipers, Auto Headlamps, and steering mounted controls. Furthermore, the compact SUV retains all the existing features of the Nexon XM including the ConnectNext Infotainment System by Harman and Multi-Drive Modes (Eco, City, and Sport), and LED DRLs with projector headlamps.

Earlier, the sunroof was available only in its top-spec trim (XZ). However, there was a considerable difference of Rs 100,000 between the XM and XZ variants.

Similarly, other compact SUVs on the market with a sunroof like Hyundai Creta, Venue, and Honda WRV are also quite expensive. Furthermore, there’s no need to mention that Tata Motors offers all the necessary safety features as standard across all its variants.

Tata Nexon was already one of the most compelling SUVs in terms of value for money and now with this new variant, it seems to be more affordable now. Anyway, do tell us which compact SUV you think provides the best value for money?

Source link

- Advertisement -

More articles

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Latest article

Microsoft Planning Windows 10 UI Overhaul in 2021: Report

Microsoft is reportedly planning to give Windows 10 a UI facelift late next year. According to a new report on Windows Central, the project...

UbuntuDDE Remix 20.10 Released With Linux 5.8, Snap Plugin, And More

Earlier this year, we reported about a brand new UbuntuDDE Remix that combines the power of Ubuntu Linux and Deepin Desktop Environment (DDE) from...

How to Use apt-cache Command in Linux

With apt-cache command, you can search for package details in the local APT cache. Learn to use apt-cache command in this tutorial. What is apt-cache...

AMD Releases Its RX 6000 Series of GPU to Take on Nvidia

AMD yesterday finally unveiled its brand new GPUs — the much awaited Big Navi announcement with the RX 6000 series of graphics cards. The...