Tata Motors recently launched the facelifted version of the Tata Nexon EV, with prices starting at Rs 8.09 lakh (ex-showroom). The model is available in 11 variants and six colours, and bookings started on September 4 for Rs 21,000. In this article, we will compare the Nexon EV with the Mahindra XUV400 EV based on pricing, variants, colours, battery packs and range, features, and safety.
When it comes to pricing, the Mahindra XUV400 EV is priced between Rs 15.99 lakh and Rs 19.39 lakh (ex-showroom). On the other hand, the Nexon EV facelift is available at an introductory price ranging from Rs 14.74 lakh to Rs 19.94 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).
In terms of variants, the XUV400 EV is divided into EC and EL variants, while the Nexon EV facelift comes in three variants: Creative, Fearless, and Empowered, offering buyers a range of options to choose from.
Both vehicles offer multiple colour options. The XUV400 EV is available in five monotone and five dual-tone colour options, including Arctic Blue, Everest White, Galaxy Grey, Napoli Black, and Infinity Blue. The Nexon EV Facelift, on the other hand, offers seven colour options, such as Flame Red, Pristine White, and Fearless Purple, among others.
Regarding battery packs and range, the XUV400 EV offers two options: 34.5kWh and 39.4kWh, with estimated ranges of 375 km and 456 km, respectively. The Nexon EV Facelift provides a choice between a 30kWh battery pack with a range of up to 325 km and a larger 40.5kWh battery pack with a range of up to 465 km.
When it comes to features, the XUV400 EV has a 7-inch touchscreen system with connected car features, electrically adjustable ORVMs, a sunroof, cruise control, and more. In contrast, the Nexon EV Facelift offers a larger 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system, wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, a digital driver’s display, a premium sound system, ventilated seats, wireless phone charging, and additional smart features.
In terms of safety, the Nexon EV comes with six airbags as standard, a 360-degree camera, a blind view monitoring system, and front and rear parking sensors. The XUV400 EV, on the other hand, is equipped with six airbags, cornering brake control, an electronic stability programme (ESP), a tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS), a hill hold assist, and a rear parking camera.
In conclusion, both the Tata Nexon EV facelift and the Mahindra XUV400 EV offer a range of features and options. The Nexon EV comes at a slightly lower price point, while the XUV400 EV offers a larger battery pack and slightly more advanced safety features. Ultimately, it comes down to individual preferences and priorities when choosing between these two electric vehicles.
– Tata Motors