Tata Nexon EV price hiked by INR 25,000; Entry-level now at INR 14.54L

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If you are planning to buy a Tata Nexon EV, you should have booked it earlier. With the latest update, Tata has hiked the price of Nexon EV across its entire lineup by INR 25,000/-. This has effectively landed the ex-showroom price of INR 14.29L on the entry-level XM model.

Tata Nexon EV Price New Pricing

After a hike of INR 25,000/-, the entire lineup of Tata Nexon EV has hiked up consecutively. The Tata Nexon XM’s old ex-showroom price was INR 14.29 Lac whereas its new price was INR 14.54 Lac effectively after the hike. The Nexon XZ+’s new price is INR 15.95 Lacs; Nexon Dark XZ+’s new price is INR 16.95 Lacs; the XZ+ Lux has hiked to INR 16.29 Lacs and finally, the Nexon Dark XZ+ Lux has been hiked to INR 17.15 Lacs.


Tata Nexon EV Price Hike

Talking about the hike, it was MG Motor that increased the prices for its ZS EV before releasing a facelifted model. Cut to Tata Motors, it seems the car manufacturer is looking to pull off an MG Motor by hiking the prices right before releasing a long-range Tata Nexon EV with a 40kWh battery pack that will certainly be pricier.

Note that the price hike affects all the variants right from XM to Dark XZ+ Lux. If you are in Maharashtra, you can opt for subsidies for the XM and XZ+ models with benefits of up to INR 2.5L. This includes an early bird offer of INR 1L which has validity till March 31st.

Tata Nexon EV Specs

The Tata Nexon EV brings onboard a 129PS electric motor with a 245Nm torque capable of zooming from 0 to 100kmph in 9.14 seconds. It has a 30.2kWh under the hood that gives a whopping 312Km range whereas there’s a larger 40kWh model in the works which is likely to launch soon.

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