The action in the electric vehicle segment is heating up, now that ace manufacturer Tata has entered the arena. They have different offerings for customers – you get the Nexon EV, Tiago EV and Nexon EV Max, amongst others. Known for their top speed and good range, Tata’s electric vehicles go easy on the battery. One can say these cars are top performers. So what are the different electric cars that Tata has to offer? Read this article to find out.
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Tata Nexon EV vs Nexon EV Max vs Tiago EV
|Nexon EV Max
|Rs 14.99 lakh – Rs 17.30 lakh
|Rs 18.34 Lakh – Rs 20.04 Lakh,
Rs 8.49 -Rs 10.79 lakh
|74bhp and 170Nm of torque.
|141 bhp and 250 Nm of torque
74 bhp and 114 Nm of torque
|30.2kWh lithium-ion battery.
|40.5kWh battery pack
19.2 kWh /24 kWh battery pack
|250 km-315 km
5.1 hours and 6.4 hours
Price and availability
Nexon EV: This car is priced between Rs 14.99 and Rs 17.30 lakh the latter being the cost of the top model. The city you purchase this car in, will dictate its eventual on-road price.
Nexon EV Max: Rs 18.34 Lakh – Rs 20.04 Lakh, ex showroom, is the cost of this car. Rs 19.54 lakh is the cost of the top model of this car. The Nexon EV Max’s on-road price varies according to the city it is sold in.
The price range for this car is Rs 18.34 lakh to Rs 20.04 lakh, the latter being the price of the car’s top model. Once again, the city determines the on-road price of the car after addition of tax, etc.
Tiago EV: The Tata Tiago EV is available for a price range of Rs 8.49 lakh to Rs 10.79 lakh, with the top model of the car costing Rs 10.79 lakh. What you eventually pay for the on-road price will depend on the city you are purchasing this car in.
Nexon EV: With a futuristic design and sublime interiors, this car gets matte-black boot-lid lettering, jet black alloy wheels and front and rear bumper skid plates. You get a Satin Granite Black belt line on either side, and Granite Black roof rails. The car has LED headlights, which is the icing on the cake.
Nexon EV Max: This car is fully loaded. You get fog lights, light-blue body accents, 16 inch alloy wheels, LED DRLs, a thick single-slat grille, black ORVMs and EV badging in the front and rear. You get Nexon lettering on the boot as well as LED tail lamps and a dual paint job. You get this car in 4 colours, Daytona Grey, Pristine White, Intensi-Teal and Starlight.
Tiago EV: This car is simply stunning. Whether it’s the blanked-off grill with the tri-arrow pattern or the electric blue inserts. Whether it’s the dual-tone alloy wheels or blacked out ORVMs and door handles.
Nexon EV: The Nexon EV has a whopping range of 312 km. Which means you get around 325 km on a full charge.
Nexon EV Max: The Nexon EV Max has a longer range of 437 km, which means you get around 430 km on a single charge and driving in urban conditions.
Tata Tiago EV: This EV gives you a range of around 250-300 km, and this distance is when the car is fully charged, and the conditions are in the city.
Nexon EV: You get just 3 colorways in this car, namely Black, Signature Teal Blue and Glacier White.
Nexon EV Max: You get 4 colour options with this car, namely Pristine White, Daytona Grey, Starlight and Intensi-Teal.
Tata Tiago EV: This car is available in 5 colourways namely Teal Blue, Midnight Plum, Pristine White, Tropical Mist and Daytona Grey.
Nexon EV: This car goes from 0-60 in less than 4 seconds, and 0-100 in a little less than 10 seconds. Producing 74 bhp and 170 NM of torque makes this car quite powerful.
Nexon EV Max: This car has a top speed of 140 kmph and goes from 0-100 in a little less than 9 seconds. Producing 141 bhp, this car generates 250 Nm of torque.
Tiago EV: You get this car with 2 battery packs – one gives you 60 bhp and 110 NM of torque, another gives you 75 bhp and 114 NM of torque. This car goes from 0-60 in 5.7 seconds.
Nexon EV: This car comes with 2 chargers – the home box charger, which takes 8 hours to charge the car from 0-80%, and a fast charger which does the same in an hour.
Nexon EV Max: You get a CCS2 charging port with this car. It comes with a 7.2 kW home charger, which charges the battery fully in 6.5 hours. There’s also a portable charger which does the same in 15 hours. If you use a 50kWh fast charger, you can charge it from 0-80% in a little less than an hour.
Tiago EV: This car has 2 charging options. You have a 3.3kW wall box charger and a 7.2kW AC fast charger. With a 15A plug point, it takes 6.9 hours to charge from 0-100%, for the medium range version and 8.7 hours for the long range version. It takes 5.1 hours and 5.4 hours for the car to charge from 0-100% for the medium and long range versions respectively.
Nexon EV: The Nexon EV is powered by a 30.2 kWh lithium-ion battery that comes with a warranty of 8 years or 1.6 lakh km.
Nexon EV Max: A 40.5kWh battery pack powers this car. You get a warranty of 8 years or 1.6 lakh km.
Tiago EV: The Tiago EV comes with 2 battery options. There’s a 19.2 kWh battery pack and a 24 kWh battery pack. The battery has a warranty of 8 years or 1.6 lakh km
The reviews for these cars have mostly been positive, with people praising the components, features, build quality and more.
The Nexon EV has some really good reviews on CarDekho, with customers terming it reliable.
As for the Nexon EV Max, a review in the Times of India dated 24 May 2022 has said this car is awesome.
The Tiago EV garnered praise from ABP Live, who in a review said this is India’s most affordable electric car.