Tata Nexon production crosses 4 lakh units; XZ+(L) variant launched

    The Nexon is India’s bestselling SUV; the new XZ+(L) variant gets equipment like ventilated seats, wireless charger.

    Published On Sep 21, 2022 01:36:00 PM


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    Tata has surpassed the four lakh production mark for the Nexon exactly five years after the compact SUV’s launch in September 2017. Celebrating the occasion, Tata Motors also launched the XZ+(L) variant at Rs 11.38 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

    The Nexon became India’s bestselling SUV in FY2022 (April 2021-March 2022), and maintains the lead in April-August 2022 quarter too. It took the Nexon one year and 10 months to reach its first production milestone of 1,00,000 units; another year and 11 months later, it reached the 2,00,000 milestone, with the 3,00,000 milestone coming up in the next eight months. The last 1,00,000 units has taken just seven months. 

    The availability of multiple powertrain options – including an EV – its status of being the first Indian car to achieve five stars in Global NCAP crash tests for adult protection, multiple editions with distinct cosmetic add-ons are some of the reasons behind the Nexon’s popularity in the compact SUV segment. 

    Tata Nexon XZ+(L) details

    Tata has added yet another variant, called the XZ+(L), in the Nexon’s extensive portfolio, and it sits below the XZ+(P) variant and replaces the XZ+(O) variant. It gets equipment like a wireless charger, an air purifier and ventilated seats and is available with both petrol, diesel engines and manual, AMT gearboxes.

    Tata Nexon rivals and upcoming Tata models 

    The Nexon takes on a heated compact SUV segment with rivals like the Kia Sonet, Hyundai Venue, Mahindra XUV300 and the new Maruti Suzuki Brezza. Coming to Tata’s launches this month, the carmaker will introduce the Camo Edition of the Punch on September 22 and will also launch the all-electric Tiago on September 28. 

    Also see: 

    EVs to account for 20 percent of sales by 2026: Tata

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