Tata Nexon EV Launched in Nepal At NPR 35.99 Lacs


Tata Motors has launched the Tata Nexon EV in Nepal. The popular electric SUV will be available in three variants in the country (XM, XZ+, and XZ+ Lux), but the new Dark Edition has yet to be announced for the market. Interested customers can book the vehicle for a token amount of NPR 25,000 (INR 15.5K) which is fully refundable.

Speaking on the launch of the Nexon EV in Nepal, Mr. Mayank Baldi – Head PVIB, Tata Motors, said,“We are thrilled to announce the launch of our electric SUV – The Nexon EV in Nepal. Powered with cutting-edge green technology, Ziptron, the Nexon EV elevates the customer experience to an all-new level. With the most aspirational design and features, uncompromised safety, superior driving pleasure, attractive service package, and a fully dedicated charging network, the Nexon EV brings to its customers the most comprehensive ecosystem, ensuring complete peace of mind at lowest cost of ownership. We are confident that our customers will be delighted with the Nexon EV, and we wish them happy memories on behalf of Tata Motors passenger and electric vehicles.”

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SIPRADI Trading Pvt. Ltd., a significant player in the automotive and related business and one of Nepal’s most popular brands, introduces the Tata Nexon Electric Vehicle in the country. The Nexon EV has been introduced in Nepal at a starting price of NPR 35.99 lakhs (INR 22.53 lakhs). In addition, the battery is covered for eight years or 1,60,000 kilometres (whichever comes first) and the vehicle for three years or 1,25,000 kilometres (whichever comes first). Sipradi Trading Pvt. has the Nexon EV on display and is available for test drives at its dealer network.

A complete EV ecosystem will be created by Tata Motors, including the most successful EV products, an attractive service package, a battery warranty, and a charging infrastructure consisting of DC chargers at strategic locations across the country and innovative home-charging facilities, to accelerate the adoption of EVs in Nepal.

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