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    Tata Nexon EV Max Key Specifications

    Price₹ 17.74 Lakh onwards
    TransmissionAutomatic
    Fuel TypeElectric
    Seating Capacity5 Seater

    Tata Nexon EV Max Summary

    Variants:

    The Tata Nexon EV Max is available in two variants, including Nexon EV Max XZ+ and Nexon EV Max XZ+ Lux and two charger options — a 3.3kW unit and a 7.2kW fast charging unit.

    Market introduction:

    The Tata Nexon EV Max was launched in India on 11 May, 2022.

    Engine and specification:

    The Tata Nexon EV Max is powered by a 40.5kWh battery pack that produces 141bhp and 250Nm of torque. The model is claimed to return an ARAI-certified range of 437km on a single charge. Further, it is claimed to sprint from 0-100kmph in less than nine seconds, all the way up to a top speed of 140kmph. Also on offer is a 7.2kW fast charger that can charge the battery from zero to 100 per cent in 6.5 hours.

    Exterior design:

    In terms of exterior design, the Tata Nexon EV Max features projector headlamps with LED DRLs, a thick single-slat grille, fog lights, light blue accents across the body, silver-coloured skid plates, 16-inch alloy wheels, black ORVMs, EV badging at the front and rear, Nexon lettering on the boot lid, LED tail lights, and a dual-tone paintjob as standard.

    Interior and features:

    Talking about features, the Tata Nexon EV Max comes equipped with drive modes (Eco, City, and Sport), multiple regen modes, wireless charger, auto-dimming IRVM, an electric parking brake with auto-hold function, an illuminated gear dial on the centre console, TPMS, cruise control, an air purifier, electric sunroof, rear AC vents, ventilated front seats, and a Harman-sourced touchscreen infotainment system.

    Safety features and GNCAP rating:

    Regarding the safety features, the Tata Nexon EV Max gets dual airbags, ABS with EBD, ESP with i-VBAC, hill hold control, hill descent control, and disc brakes for all four wheels. The model has not been tested by GNCAP.

    Colours:

    Customers can choose from three colours, including Intensi-Teal, Daytona Grey, and Pristine White.

    Seating capacity:

    The Nexon EV Max has a seating capacity of five occupants.

    Rivals:

    Rivals to the Tata Nexon EV Max include the MG ZS EV and the Hyundai Kona Electric

    Tata Nexon EV Max Price

    Tata Nexon EV Max price starts at ₹ 17.74 Lakh and goes upto ₹ 19.24 Lakh (Avg. ex-showroom). Nexon EV Max comes in 4 variants. Nexon EV Max base model price in electric is ₹ 17.74 Lakh. Whereas the price of Nexon EV Max automatic version starts from ₹ 17.74 Lakh.

    VersionsEx-Showroom priceSpecificationsCompare

    Nexon EV Max XZ Plus 3.3 KW

    ₹ 17.74 Lakh
    40.5 kWh, Electric, Automatic, 437 Km
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    Nexon EV Max XZ Plus 7.2 KW Fast Charger

    ₹ 18.24 Lakh
    40.5 kWh, Electric, Automatic, 437 Km
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    Nexon EV Max XZ Plus Lux 3.3 KW

    ₹ 18.74 Lakh
    40.5 kWh, Electric, Automatic, 437 Km
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    Nexon EV Max XZ Plus Lux 7.2 KW Fast Charger

    ₹ 19.24 Lakh
    40.5 kWh, Electric, Automatic, 437 Km
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    CarWale's Take on Tata Nexon EV Max

    • Good Things
      • Faster charging
      • Improved range
      • More tech than the regular Nexon EV
    • Could be Better
      • Fidgety gear shifter
      • Pricy top-end variant
      • Scattered charging infrastructure

    Tata Nexon EV Max Verdict

    The new Tata Nexon EV Max is a more 'complete' avatar of the regular Nexon EV due to more tech, range and features. And, the latter is a well-rounded EV to start with in the first place so the Nexon EV Max feels promising already.​

    Tata Nexon EV Max Review

    We get behind the wheel of the Nexon EV Max with a bigger range and more features

    Summary

    The Tata Nexon EV as a product changed the game when it arrived two years ago. It opened the door of EVs for the masses and the proof is in the pudding with Tata selling over 20,000 of them in just 24 months. 

    Dashboard

    The Nexon EV Max’s arrival is a strategy similar to what EV makers around the world implement by offering the same car with multiple range and performance options expanding the appeal of the vehicle. In terms of design and layout, there are no major changes but you get an upgraded feature list, better performance and a bigger range as compared to the standard Nexon EV. This entire extra is priced at just Rs 1.8 lakh (at the time of writing this story) over the standard car, which in this part of the market is an acceptable premium for the “Maxed out” experience.

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    Where a car like the Nexon EV Max still struggles is with the range anxiety and that’s a shortfall caused by infrastructure rather than its capability. We would recommend it if you have regular access to charging infrastructure, your daily commutes are around 150km or if it’s a secondary vehicle in your garage.

    Engine and Performance

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    The Max in Nexon EV Max has come courtesy of a bigger battery pack which now stands at 40.5kWh as compared to 30.2kWh of the standard Nexon EV. This has given it a theoretical range of 437km as compared to the 312km of the standard car. Power and torque figures have also been bumped up from 127bhp/245Nm to 141bhp/250Nm.

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    Off the bat, the Nexon EV Max feels more powerful and faster in its response times despite the Max being 100kgs heavier than the standard car. In our tests, it did the 0-100kmph sprint in 8.29 seconds as compared to 9.19 seconds of the standard car indicating a boost in performance. This number indicates that despite the additional weight, the Nexon EV has lost none of its addictive performance that we liked so much in the standard car.

    Center Console/Centre Console Storage

    A new addition to this version of the Nexon EV is four-stage regenerative braking. At Level 0, there is no regen and you are driving the car like a regular two-pedal vehicle alternating between the throttle and the brake. At Level 1 the intervention is minimal and is useful at city expressway speeds while at Level 4, the regen feels almost intrusive and strongly slows down the car while recharging the battery. As a safety feature, at the highest level of regen, the brakes lights are activated so that the car behind you is not caught by surprise. 

    Center Console/Centre Console Storage

    We had the car for just a few hours and found it addictive to use and can only imagine that the owners would turn it into a game to see how much charge they can put back in the batteries while driving every day. Tata has elevated the driving experience by adding two more modes for the Nexon EV Max. In Eco mode, the throttle response is the dullest and is useful to crawl in bumper-to-bumper traffic while the sport mode unlocks the full potential of the powertrain and gives you maximum punch for highway driving conditions. 

    Instrument Cluster

    As we mentioned at the start, Tata claims a theoretical range of 437km and a real-world figure of 330km which is significantly higher than the standard car, something we think is quite possible. We will of course give you the real-world range once we can put the Nexon EV Max through CarWale’s real-world EV range test.  

    Ride and Handling

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    When we drove the standard Nexon EV, we felt that the ride quality was on the firmer side due to the extra weight as well as the 16-inch wheels. It didn’t affect the drive experience but was evident in the way the car took stuff in its path. With this car, Tata seems to have worked on improving that aspect and there’s a greater degree of pliancy and comfort in the overall ride quality. 

    Right Front Three Quarter

    In true Tata SUV fashion, the Nexon EV Max displayed plushness in the way it took on potholes and imperfections gliding over everything that we threw at it without sending much back to the cabin or even displacing the occupants. What’s not changed though is that the ride was quite audible in the cabin and this combined with tyre noise and wind noise creates an experience that takes some getting used to. Despite the battery pack sitting so low, we experienced no issues with ground clearance, however, if you have crater-sized potholes or big speed breakers, it is better to proceed with caution. 

    Wheel

    When you need to lay down the hammer, the sub-nine-second acceleration figure combined with progressively weighted steering means you can make quick progress when the road system permits you to do so. The addition of rear disc brakes is confidence-inspiring and does contribute to better stopping power.   

    Interior space and quality

    Second Row Seats

    Changes to the Nexon Max interior are minimal. Dimension-wise nothing has changed and you get the same amount of space both in the first and second row. What’s new is the upholstery which Tata has called Makrana beige and it is only available with the XZ+ Lux variant. It adds a nice colour to the cabin and joins the other shade of beige and white that are offered with the standard Nexon EV.

    Features, safety and charging

    Bootspace 12V Supply

    On the feature front, Tata has added ventilated seats, wireless charging, electric sunroof and an illuminated gear selector dial with separate buttons for the various drive modes. Other features include a touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, climate control, air purifier, cooled glove box, auto-dimming inside mirror, cruise control, rear AC vents and a tyre pressure monitoring system.

    Right Side View

    The safety suite has all the basics like hill descent and ascent control, traction control system, rear discs, ABS with EBD and reverse camera with dynamic guidelines. You get dual front airbags too but we would have liked four as this has now become the expected standard in this part of the market.

    EV Car Charging Input Plug

    When the Nexon EV was launched in early 2020, it was offered with a 3.3kWh wallbox charger and a 15amp emergency charger. You now also get the option of a 7.2 kWh AC fast charger which is priced at Rs 50,000 over the 3.3kWh charger-enabled versions.

    Infotainment System

    The ZConnect app offers 48 connected car features on the lines of drive analytics and diagnostics. The add-on feature list covers a smartwatch integration, auto/manual DTC check, setting a limit for charging, monthly vehicle reports, and enhanced drive analytics. 

    Conclusion

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    Should you buy the Nexon EV Max over the standard Nexon EV? Yes, we think so, as the 1.8 lakh premium and additional Rs 50,000 for the 7.2kWh charger are worthy extras for better performance, more features and a longer range. The current hurdle in owning a Nexon EV/Max is of course charging infrastructure, which has expanded significantly since the car was launched in 2020 but still has a long way to go. Our other grouse is that you only get two airbags despite the variant. In terms of pricing, the Nexon Max goes up against the Honda City e:HEV and the MG ZS EV in the Excite trim level. 

    Photography: Kaustubh Gandhi

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    Tata Nexon EV Max User Reviews

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      Tata always do some challenging task and this time Tata launch this amazing car.We can compare this car with MG electric which comes with double cost compared to Tata Nexon.Charging stations is a issue right now.But Tata is setting up charging stations in future there will not be any problem.
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      The car is best with it today's specifications and the car is wonderful by looking at its colour and the looks are great.Also it suits a person with good looks and the mileage is also good.
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    • Nexon EV MAX- TOTALLY MAXIMISED
      Firstly a big thumbs up to Tata who have priced the car so well. No other EV car in the market is priced as aggressive as Nexon and with the features the Nexon EV MAX provide its totally a win win to the TATA. For pros it offers best in class features such as new premium feel gear knob, auto hold feature with electric handbrake, Harman infotainment screen system, and for safety point of view it has ESP with BAC, etc and the list goes on for the pros. Now cons- it is a bit small car for five passenger to sit, only four adult passenger can fit in the whole car, but in the case of children 5 passenger can easily fit in, could offer new styling design in the exterior but even the same design looks good so not more light on that part. This is my review for this car, thanks.
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    FAQs About Tata Nexon EV Max

    Q: What is the on road price of Tata Nexon EV Max?

    The on-road price of Nexon EV Max in Delhi starts at ‎₹ 18.91 Lakh and goes upto ‎₹ 20.48 Lakh. The on road price is made up of ex-showroom price, RTO registration, road tax and insurance amount.

    Q: How much will be the EMI or down payment for Tata Nexon EV Max?

    Tata Nexon EV Max EMI starts at ₹ 33,532 per month for a down payment of ₹ 1,77,400 and a tenure of 60 months @ 9.5% interest rate for a loan amount of ₹ 15.97 Lakh.

    Q: Which car is better between Tata Nexon EV Max and Tata Nexon EV?

    Nexon EV Max price starts at ₹ 17.74 Lakh ex-showroom and It comes with cc engine. Whereas Nexon EV price starts at ₹ 14.78 Lakh ex-showroom and It comes with cc engine. Compare the two models to identify the best car for you.

    Q: What is price of Tata Nexon EV Max top model?

    Top model of Nexon EV Max is XZ Plus Lux 7.2 KW Fast Charger and the ex-showroom for Nexon EV Max XZ Plus Lux 7.2 KW Fast Charger is ₹ 19.24 Lakh.

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    Tata Nexon EV Max Price in India

    CityOn-Road Prices
    Mumbai₹ 18.89 Lakh onwards
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    Delhi₹ 18.91 Lakh onwards
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