Vehicle manufacturer Tata Motors has quietly introduced the XT+ variant of its new Nexon SUV. The new Tata Nexon XT+ variant has now been listed on the company's official website and the petrol variant is priced at Rs 8.02 lakh and the diesel variant is priced at Rs 8.87 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). Compared to the old XT trims, it is Rs 7000 expensive. In addition, the company has added new and updated features such as rear AC vents, DRLs and more. The Nexon now features a larger 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, larger than the older 6.5 units.
More features come with the new Tata Nexon XT+ trim, such as daytime running lamps, projector headlamps, 8-speaker system, climate control (manual), height-adjustable driver seat, fog lamps, rear AC vents, and an external antenna. Earlier Nexon just used to come up with rear air vents. In addition, the company has added a new touchscreen display that is an updated system that offers better touch-response and user interface. Earlier, the touchscreen infotainment system was available only in XZ, XZ+, XZA+ trims.
According to media reports, in June this year, Tata Motors upgraded several features with the Nexon SUV, which increased the length of the antenna and made some updates to the non-touchscreen infotainment display. Tata has also updated its interior trim into a darker shade.
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