Tata Motors has introduced a new variant of the Nexon, the XM+(S). Placed
between the XM (S) and the XZ+, this newest addition is loaded with features
and will be available at a starting price of Rs. 9.75 lakh (ex-showroom,
Start Price ( in Rs,
(S) (Diesel, Manual)
(S) (Diesel, Automatic)
in calgary white, daytona grey, flame red and foliage green colour options, the
Nexon XM+(S) will come equipped with an electric sunroof, 7” floating
infotainment system with android auto and apple car play, 4 speaker system,
cooled glove box, rear AC vents, rain sensing wipers, auto headlamps, digital
instrument cluster, multi drive modes, 12 V rear power socket and a shark fin
Amba, Vice President, Sales, Marketing and Customer Care, Tata Motors Passenger
Vehicles Ltd., “…With more than 3,50,000 Nexons on the road, it has
successfully marked its place as the #1 SUV in India and has undoubtedly been
the flag bearer of Tata Motors’ commitment to safety, paving the way for other
segment-defining products from our stable. Taking this momentum ahead, we are
happy to introduce the feature-rich XM+(S) variant, which will certainly
diversify our Nexon portfolio further and draw newer customers to our
featured as the 4th top-selling car in India, the Nexon has multiple awards to
its name. Launched in 2017, the Nexon has stood the test of time with best in
class safety, stunning design and top rated performance along with aspirational
and segment-defining feature additions. With 33 petrol and 29 diesel variants on
offer for the customers to choose from, the Nexon portfolio stands strong with
a total of 62 variants, catering to a wide spectrum of consumer needs.
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