The Tata Nexon remains one of the most practical and value-for-money compact SUVs you can buy currently. If you own a lower variant Nexon and would like to upgrade its features, this video can help you out.
The Tata Nexon gave a fresh lease of life to the Indian auto giant, after years of being overlooked for its mediocre build quality and fit and finish in its vehicles. Since the Nexon’s launch back in 2017, the compact SUV has been chalking up strong sales figures month after month. The compact SUV segment has seen very rapid growth over the last few years and new rivals keep launching every few months with the most recent being the Nissan Magnite. The Tata Nexon is one of the best choices if you’re looking for value-for-money and feature-rich variants. The Nexon just got a mid-life visual update which freshens up the look of the car greatly. If you have bought the base model of the Nexon, then this video can help you upgrade your car to look like the top trims.
As you’ll see in the video above that has been uploaded by Lalit Raghuvanshi on YouTube, it is a guide to how to change your base Tata Nexon to look like the top models. The 2020 Nexon gets a new front-end design language in which you get refreshed bumpers front and rear, new skid plates, and a new Tri-arrow design on the lower grille coupled with redesigned all-LED headlamps and fog lamps.
On the exterior, this Tata Nexon gets a new set of aftermarket alloys instead of the steel wheels it comes in stock trim. It gets new chrome-lined window visors, roof rails, a shark fin antenna, fog lamps with white LED bulbs, and reversing camera as aftermarket fittings. The owner also body coloured the ORVMs and door handles from the company before taking delivery, and had done silver highlights to the lower grille and reflector housings which make it look like the top variants from outside.
Coming to the interior, it gets a rear parcel tray bought from the dealership itself. Other than that everything is aftermarket fitted as it gets new 7D floor mats, rear power windows, an integrated front armrest with charging ports and cup holder and remote central locking. The base Tata Nexon doesn’t get an infotainment system from the factory, so the owner has fitted a 10-inch android touchscreen system paired to JBL speakers. Overall at first glance, you won’t notice this Nexon as a base model unless mentioned.
The Tata Nexon is available in two engine options, a 1.2-litre turbo petrol or a 1.5-litre turbo-diesel, both of them can be paired with either a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed AMT. Prices for the new facelifted model starts from Rs 7 lakh, with the top trim coming in at Rs 12.70 lakh. Between its petrol and diesel engines, there are over 30 variants of the Nexon you can choose from!