Max, with the latter receiving a new base model. Depending on the model, the Nexon EV Prime is now up to Rs 50,000 more reasonable, with pricing ranging from Rs 14.49 lakh to Rs 16.99 lakh (ex-showroom). The Nexon EV Prime’s equipment list has not changed in conjunction with the price change.
On the other hand, the Nexon EV Max experiences more significant alterations. First and foremost, the price of the longer-range model is being revised downward by Rs 85,000, and a new XM variant with a starting price of Rs 16.49 lakh has also been added (ex-showroom).
Like the more expensive models, the new Nexon EV Max XM has a choice between a 3.3 kW charger and a 7.2 kW charger as an option. Due to the downward pricing modification, the Nexon EV Max now starts at a beginning price that is Rs 1.85 lakh lower than it did previously, placing it Rs 1 lakh below the XZ+.
In terms of equipment, the new Nexon EV Max comes equipped with features like an electronic parking brake, auto climate control, ESP, projector headlights with DRLs, keyless entry, linked vehicle technology, all-wheel disc brakes, and a partially digital instrument cluster, to mention a few.
Starting on January 25, the Nexon EV Max will also have a longer range. In contrast to the current ARAI estimated range of 437 km, the firm claims that all models sold after the date will have a 453 km (MIDC) claimed range. Existing Nexon EV Max owners will also have access to the increased driving range via software updates starting on February 15 at dealerships.
Bookings for the electric SUVs are now available, and Tata has announced that delivery of the new Nexon EV Max XM will start in April 2023.