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2024 Tata Nexon Variant List

The Tata Nexon is India’s best-selling SUV currently, having retained the position for the last three years. Tata sells its subcompact SUV in four major variants: smart, pure, creative, and fearless. However, if we include engine options, gearbox options, dual-tone options, and subvariants, the Nexon has a total of 100 versions. In this article, we will be covering all the Tata Nexon Variant that are listed to be sold in the Indian market.

While Tata does provide numerous value-for-money alternatives to its consumers, in order to deliver on the promise of “something for everyone,” selecting among 100 versions may be quite perplexing, if not unpleasant. Even looking through the entire list of variations may be time-consuming, so we decided to break out what each of these extra sub-variants, such as ‘Plus’, ‘S’, ‘(O)’, and ‘Pr’, contribute to the table.

Tata Nexon Engine and Gearbox

The Tata Nexon, like any other automobile, is divided into versions based on engine and gearbox options. However, unlike other cars, which have just two transmissions per engine, it also offers a wide range of transmission options. While the diesel engine only has two gearbox options – a 6-speed manual and a 6-speed AMT – the petrol engine has four – a 5-speed manual, a 6-speed manual, a 6-speed AMT, and a 7-speed DCT, which contribute significantly to the lengthy Tata Nexon Variant list.

Variant1.2-litre petrol1.5-litre diesel
Smart5-speed MT, 6-speed AMT6-speed MT
Pure6-speed MT, 6-speed AMT6-speed MT, 6-speed AMT
Creative6-speed MT, 6-speed AMT, 7-speed DCT6-speed MT, 6-speed AMT
Fearless6-speed MT, 7-speed DCT6-speed MT, 6-speed AMT
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This distribution of transmission options results in 16 variations of the SUV, but it does not end there. All of these versions are further split into several subvariants, each with a few more characteristics than the previous one. Let’s look at what these subvariants are and how they differ from the standard ones.

OPt O Variant

This is the most recent variation addition, and luckily, there is just one (for the time being). The Smart Opt is the Nexon’s new basic model, using a petrol engine connected to a 5-speed manual transmission. Yes, this edition lacks a few features, but it lowers the Nexon’s starting price, making it more competitive with its rivals.

Plus Variant

Adding a ‘+’ symbol after a variant to create a distinct version is not a new practice, and many automakers use it. These “Plus” models often provide a few more features above the normal model for a little price increase. But Tata has gone a step farther.

It’s not just one Plus variation for a mid-spec trim, but one for each engine type. Instead, every persona or version, except for the mid-spec Pure, receives its own set of ‘+’ subvariants, which are further enlarged by several powertrain options.

Smart Plus Variant

To further comprehend it, consider what you get with these versions. The Smart Plus versions of the main Smart model include a 7-inch touchscreen, smartphone connection, and a few comfort and convenience features. In the Creative version, the Creative Plus variants add a larger 10.25-inch touchscreen, a 360-degree camera, and more creature comforts, while in the top-spec Fearless version, the Plus variants add ventilated front seats, leatherette upholstery, and connected car features.

S Variant

The sunroof is one of the most popular non-essential additions in today’s vehicles. Tata created its own set of options for the sunroof rather than adding it to the existing ones. The Nexon’s basic variations, which do not have ‘S’ in their name, do not include a sunroof, and the top-spec Fearless model is no exception. If you wish to buy a Nexon with a sunroof, you must select the ‘S’ edition of the SUV.

But it’s not just the sunroof; some of these ‘S’ models have additional goodies to explain the price increase. However, this is only the tip of the Tata iceberg; the next ones are far more complicated.

Yes, the ‘Plus’ variations have sub-variants known as the ‘Plus S’ variants. These variations include all of the added amenities of the ‘Plus’ variants, as well as a sunroof. However, for the Smart and Creative variations, if you want a sunroof, you can only get the ‘Plus S’ variants, which means you not only have to pay more for the sunroof, but also for the ‘Plus’ amenities.

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