The Tata Nexon EV has become one of the most popular electric SUVs in the Indian market. However, despite its popularity, some customers have reported issues with the car. Recently, an owner in Hyderabad experienced a high voltage alert on the instrument cluster while driving the car.
The owner, Sridhar Ghanta, took to a Facebook group to share videos and images of the issue. He expressed his dissatisfaction with the delayed service response from the Tata dealership. Ghanta had taken the car through a waterlogged section, and the instrument cluster warning only appeared after driving through the water.
The Tata Nexon EV Prime and Nexon EV Max have water and dust-resistant battery packs located under the car’s floor. The issue may have been caused by water affecting the wires that carry high voltage current from the batteries to the electric motor.
Tata recently launched the updated facelifts of both the Nexon and Nexon EV. The 2023 Nexon EV now comes in Medium Range (MR) and Long Range (LR) variants, with rejigged offerings such as Creative+, Fearless, Fearless+, Fearless+S, Empowered, and Empowered+ options. The LR variant boasts a range of 465 km, while the MR variant offers 325 km.
It is important for Tata to address and resolve these issues promptly to maintain customer satisfaction. The Facebook post has generated mixed reactions from other Nexon EV owners regarding the car and service center.
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