Tata Reshuffles Nexon`s Diesel Lineup


Tata Motors has chosen to discontinue certain diesel variants of the Nexon compact SUV, in order to make it easier for customers to make a choice based on market feedback.

Reports that the company was planning to discontinue various diesel Nexon models have been circulating online for a few days, and this development has proved that they were not just rumours. 

The Nexon lineup will now include 20 variations – 12 petrol and 8 diesel – with both manual and automatic gearbox options, according to Tata’s official announcement. 

Tata Nexon diesel models XE, XMA, XZ, and XZA+ (S) have been withdrawn, according to recent developments, and Tata dealers have already ceased accepting bookings for them. 

The move was reportedly motivated by a lack of demand for the above-mentioned variants, and Tata’s statement echoes this sentiment. 

This isn’t the first time the automaker has tweaked the popular compact SUV’s features and other aspects. Tata recently added a new vernacular voice assistant to the Nexon’s infotainment system. 

Furthermore, the company removed the infotainment shortcut buttons from the dashboard, recently revised its alloy wheel design, and debuted the XM(S) variation with a sunroof last year.

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