Tata Nexon XM(S) variant with electric sunroof launched in India at Rs 8.36 Lakh

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Nexon with sunroof
Nexon with sunroof

New Delhi : Tata Motors has officially launched the XM(S) variant of their popular car Nexon subcompact SUV in India. The variant has been provided with an electric sunroof and the price starts at Rs 8.36 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).

Interestingly, with the price tag it has become the most affordable car in the segment with sunroof. The carmaker is offering the XM(S) variant in both petrol and diesel variants with two transmission options - manual and AMT. The XMA(S) AMT variant with diesel engine is priced at ₹ 10.30 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

Previously, the sunroof was available in the top variants only.

Other than electric sunroof, Nexon XM(S) also comes loaded with features like automatic headlamps, rain-sensing wipers, and steering mounted controls.

The petrol engine is a BS6-compliant 1.2-litre turbocharged Revotron unit whereas the diesel unit is a BS6-compliant 1.5-litre turbocharged Revotorq engine.

Vivek Srivatsa, Head, Marketing, Passenger Vehicle Business Unit (PVBU), Tata Motors said, "The Nexon has always been a product of pride for Tata Motors. It established us as the flagbearer of safety by becoming Global NCAP's first Five Star rated car in India in 2018. The industry, media and customers alike have appreciated the car for its design and driving dynamics. With the launch of our 'New Forever' range of vehicles earlier this year, we promised to keep our products fresh and up to date with the changing customers' demands. Keeping up with our commitment, we are elated to announce the launch of Nexon XM(S). A product that will now allow our customers to enjoy superior features such as the electric sunroof at a compelling price. With this addition to our Nexon range, we will provide our customers with a premium driving pleasure & state-of-the-art features at attractive prices, thereby making our products accessible to all."