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2022 Tata Nexon EV Max Review

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Tata Motors has built up a significant lead in the electric car market in India and if all the credit has to be given to one vehicle, it is the Tata Nexon EV. the electric compact SUV is the bestselling electric car in India and is already very capable in its standard form.

Nexon EV Max — that might sound a little ‘meme-y’, but that’s the name of Tata Motors’ latest addition to the Nexon EV lineup, which has just been launched with prices starting from Rs 17.74 lakh (ex-showroom). The Tata Nexon EV Max has arrived just days after the reveal of the Avinya electric concept car, further strengthening its electric vehicle lineup, which also consists of the Tigor EV.

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Highlights of 2022 Tata Nexon EV Max Review

Tata has been proudly selling India’s most affordable “proper” electric car, the Nexon EV for a while now. The company has put more than 25,000 EVs on Indian roads, out of which over 19,000 are Nexon EVs. Tata Motors has an overall commanding market share of 87% (FY 2022) and now with the Nexon EV Max, the company plans to further strengthen its position in the EV space.

While the Nexon EV has been the highest-selling electric car in India, its use has been limited to city running mainly due to its relatively small battery pack. Tata Motors has solved this issue to an extent with the introduction of the Nexon EV Max.

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The 2022 Nexon EV Max is based on the Nexon EV, which is in turn, based on the 2020 Nexon facelift. It is powered by a Permanent Magnet Synchronous AC motor that puts out 141 BHP & 250 Nm (14 BHP & 5 Nm more than the regular Nexon EV) and has a 40.5 kWh battery pack, which is 10.3 kWh more than the regular Nexon EV. The car has an ARAI-certified range of 437 km (125 km more than the regular Nexon EV). You can expect a real-world range of 250 – 300 km. The Max also gets a 7.2 kWh charging option.

The Nexon EV Max is offered in 2 trims: XZ+ and XZ+ Lux. Both variants come in 3 dual-tone colour options: Intensi-Teal Blue (our test car), Daytona Grey and Pristine White.

• Brand Name — TATA
• Model Name — Nexon EV Max
• Vehicle Type — Electric Vehicle
• Body Type — SUV
• Colours Option — Intensi Teal, Pristine White, Daytona Grey
• Engine Type — Permanent Magnet Synchronous AC Motor (Electric)
• Battery Capacity — 40.5 kWh
• Fuel Type — Electric
• Electric Motor Power — 143 HP
• Electric Motor Torque — 250 Nm
• Driving Range — 437 km
• Acceleration (0-100 kmph) — 9.0 seconds
• Charging Time — 6.5 to 15 hrs
• Safety — 5 Star (Global NCAP)
• Transmission — Automatic
• Top Speed — 140 kmph
• Ground Clearance — 190 mm
• Kerb Weight — 1400 kg
• Boot Space — 350 litres
• Seating Capacity — 5
• Doors — 5
• Price — ₹ 18.34 – 19.84 Lakh* (Ex-Showroom Price Delhi)
• Battery pack motor warranty — 8 Year or 1,60,000 km (whichever is earlier)
• Vehicle warranty — 3 Year or 1,25,000 km (whichever is earlier)
• Official Tagline — MOVES YOU TO THE MAX

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2022 Tata Nexon EV Max Review – My Dream My Car

2022 Tata Nexon EV Max Review

Tata Motors, India’s homegrown automaker, and largest electric car maker has introduced the long range Nexon EV MAX in the country at Rs 17.74 lakh. The Tata Nexon EV MAX is available in two trims – XZ+ and XZ+ LUX and can be bought in four variants depending on the charger unit.

The Tata Nexon EV Max features 3 driving modes – eco, city and sport and gets eight new features on the upgraded ZConnect 2.0 connected car technology with 48 features. The add-on feature list covers a smartwatch integration, auto/manual DTC check, setting a limit for charging, monthly vehicle reports, and enhanced drive analytics.

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The new Nexon EV MAX is powered by Ziptron technology and will come in 3 colours– Intensi-Teal (exclusive to the Nexon EV MAX), Daytona Grey and Pristine White. Dual tone body colour will be offered as a standard.

The Tata Nexon EV MAX produces 105 kW (143 PS) of power and delivers an instant torque of 250 Nm available at push of the pedal, resulting in 0 to 100 sprint times in under 9 seconds. It now has a 40. 5 kWh battery pack as against 33.2 kwh battery pack of Nexon EV.

In terms of safety, the Tata Nexon MAX gets safety features like ESP with i-VBAC (intelligent – Vacuum-less Boost & Active Control), Hill Hold, Hill Descent Control, Electronic Parking Brake with Auto Vehicle Hold and all 4-Disc brakes.

Since its entry into the personal EV space in 2020, Tata Motors has sold more than 25,000 EVs, making it the biggest electric car maker in India. Out of this over 19,000 are Nexon EVs, making it the highest selling electric car in India.

The long-range Nexon EV MAX competes against electric SUVs like the Hyundai Kona Electric and MG ZS EV. However, the locally produced long-range Nexon EV has a price advantage over Hyundai and MG, which also use the CKD approach to save costs.

2022 Tata Nexon EV Max Review : Specification

Apart from the electronic parking brake and wireless charger, other features added to the Tata Nexon EV Max will make it the most feature-rich model in the lineup. As part of the Nexon EV MAX, Tata Motors has introduced a Multi-Mode Regen feature, which allows customers to easily adjust the level of regenerative braking through switches on the floor console. Based on the driving conditions, customers can choose between 4 regen levels: Level 0 with no recuperative braking, up to Level 3 with single pedal propulsion.

As part of the update, the company has added an intuitive feature – auto brake lamps that activate once a certain level of regen is reached, alerting other motorists. Taking the charging experience to the Max level, the Nexon EV Max will be available with options of a 3.3 kW charger or a 7.2 kW AC fast charger. The 7.2 kW AC fast charger can be installed either at home or at workplace, which helps in reducing charging time to 6.5 hrs. Making it an irresistible proposition, the Nexon EV MAX will support a faster charging time of 0 – 80% in just 56 mins from any 50 kW DC fast charger.

The Nexon EV MAX produces 105 kW (143 PS) of power and delivers an instant torque of 250 Nm available at push of the pedal, resulting in 0 to 100 sprint times in under 9 secs. The Tata Nexon EV MAX to get a maximum (ARAI-claimed) mileage of 437 km on a single charge, which is 33 percent higher than the Nexon EV, rated at 312 km. The Tata Nexon EV MAX will get multiple new features like Ventilated Seats, Electronic Parking Brake, Cruise Control, Wireless Charger among others. Here’s a look at the cabin of the Tata Nexon EV MAX

Key Features of 2022 Tata Nexon EV Max Review

• ABS with EBD and BA,
• Dual Front Airbags,
• ESP with i-VBAC,
• Child-Safety Rear Door Locks,
• ISOFIX Anchorage Points for Child-Seat,
• Roof Rails,
• Dual Tone Roof,
• Fully Automatic Temperature Control,
• Smart Key with Push-Button Start,
• Power Windows,
• Electric Tailgate Release,
• Tri-Arrow Themed Interiors,
• Flat Bottom Steering Wheel,
• Fabric Seat Upholstery,
• ConnectNext 7″ Floating Dash-Top (17.78cm) Touchscreen Infotainment by Harman,
• 8 Speaker-System by Harman,
• AM/FM with RDS, Bluetooth Connectivity,
• Steering Mounted Audio,
• Phone & Voice Controls,
• 7″ TFT Digital Instrument Cluster with Full Graphic Display,
• Diamond-Cut Alloy Wheels,
• Rear AC Vents,
• Apple Car Play,
• Android Auto,
• Image and Video Playback,
• What3Words Address Based Navigation,
• Rear Camera with Dynamic Guideways,
• 35 Smart Connected Features with Tata Motors Zconnect Mobile App,
• Multi-Drive Modes,
• Jewelled Control Knob,
• Cruise Control,
• Wireless Smartphone Charger.

Engine & Transmission Features of 2022 Tata Nexon EV Max Review

• Engine Details — Permanent Magnet Synchronous AC Motor, Liquid-Cooled Thermal Management System
• Cooling System — Liquid-Cooled
• Fuel Type — Electric
• Battery Details — Battery 40.5 kWh High Energy Density Lithium ion Battery Pack
• Battery Capacity — 40.5 kwh
• Battery Type — Lithium-ion
• 12v Power Outlet — 2
• Electric Motor Power — 143 HP
• Electric Motor Torque — 250 Nm
• Gearbox Type — Single Speed Transmission for Automatic Like Drive
• No of Gear — 1
• Super Charger — 3.3 kW Wall Box Charger OR 7.2 kW AC Fast Charger
• Driving Modes — Multi-Drive Modes (Eco, City and Sport)
• Drivetrain — Electric Drivetrain
• Emission Norms — Zero Tailpipe Emission
• Estimated Charging Time — Regular Charger – 6.5 Hours, Fast Charger – 56 Minutes
• Electric Range — 437 km
• Top Speed — 140 km/h
• Acceleration (0 – 100 km/h) — 9.0 second
• Battery pack motor warranty — 8 Year or 1,60,000 km (whichever is earlier)

Steering, Suspension & Breaking Features of 2022 Tata Nexon EV Max Review

• Steering Type — Flat Bottom Steering Wheel
• Front Suspension — Independent MacPherson Strut with Coil Spring
• Rear Suspension — Twist Beam with Dual Path Strut
• Breaking System — ABS
• Dynamic Braking — Smart Regenerative Braking
• Front Brakes — Disc
• Rear Brakes — Disc
• Parking Brakes — Electronic Parking Brake
• Electronic Stability Program (ESP)
• Brake Assist
• Corner Stability Control (CSC)
• Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD)
• Parking Sensor

Wheels & Tyres Features of 2022 Tata Nexon EV Max Review

• Wheel Type — Diamond-Cut Alloy Wheels
• Wheel Size — R16 Inches
• Tyres Type — Tubeless, Radial
• Front Tyres Size — R16-215/60 LRR
• Rear Tyres Size — R16-215/60 LRR

Physical Measurement Features of 2022 Tata Nexon EV Max Review

• Overall Length — 3993 mm
• Overall Width — 1811 mm
• Overall Height — 1616 mm
• Wheelbase — 2498 mm
• Ground Clearance — 190 mm
• Kerb Weight — 1400 kg
• Turning Radius — 5.1 metres

Space & Capacity Features of 2022 Tata Nexon EV Max Review

• Doors — 5 Doors
• Seating Capacity — 5 Person
• No of Seating Rows — 2 Rows
• Boot space — 350 Litters
• Fuel Tank Capacity — No

Interior Features of 2022 Tata Nexon EV Max Review

• Electronic Multi-Tripmeter
• Leather Seats
• Leather Steering Wheel
• Glove Compartment
• Digital Clock
• Digital Odometer
• Driving Experience Control Eco
• Height Adjustable Driver Seat
• Ventilated Seats
• Two tone granite black and Makarana beige themed interiors,
• Premium Leatherette – Makarana light beige Door trim insert,
• Premium Leatherette – Makarana light beige Grand central console with front armrest,
• Umbrella holder in front doors,
• illuminated glove box,
• Premium Leatherette – Makarana light beige Seat upholstery,
• Jewelled control knob,
• 7″ (17.78 cm) TFT digital instrument cluster with full graphic display

Exterior Features of 2022 Tata Nexon EV Max Review

• Adjustable Headlights
• Fog Lights – Front
• Power Adjustable Exterior Rear View Mirror
• Electric Folding Rear View Mirror
• Rain Sensing Wiper
• Rear Window Wiper
• Rear Window Washer
• Rear Window Defogger
• Alloy Wheels
• Sun Roof
• Moon Roof
• Outside Rear View Mirror Turn Indicators
• Intergrated Antenna
• Dual Tone Body Colour
• Projector Headlamps
• Roof Rail
• Lighting — LED Headlights,DRL’s (Day Time Running Lights)
• Dual Tone Floating Roof,
• Body coloured door handles
• Electric blue accents on humanity line, side beltline,
• X-Factor
• LED DRLs
• LED Taillights

Electrical Features of 2022 Tata Nexon EV Max Review

• LED Headlights,
• LED DRL’s (Day Time Running Lights)
• Trunk Opener — Smart
• LED Taillights
• LED Fog Lamps
• Projector headlamps with Tri- arrow DRLs,
• Tri-arrow signature LED tail lamps,
• Piano black ORVMs with turn indicators,
• Battery Capacity — 40.5 kwh
• Battery Type — Lithium-ion
• 12v Power Outlet — 2

Safety Features of 2022 Tata Nexon EV Max Review

• Anti-Lock Braking System
• Central Locking
• Power Door Locks
• Child Safety Locks
• No of Airbags — 2
• Driver Airbag
• Passenger Airbag
• Day & Night Rear View Mirror — Auto
• Passenger Side Rear View Mirror
• Rear Seat Belts
• Belt Warning
• Traction Control
• Adjustable Seats
• Tyre Pressure Monitor
• Crash Sensor
• Automatic Headlamps
• EBD
• Electronic Stability Control
• Electronic stability program (ESP) with i-VBAC,
• Hydraulic brake fading compensation,
• After-impact braking,
• Panic brake alert,
• Roll over mitigation,
• Brake disc wiping,
• Electronic parking brake,
• Auto vehicle hold,
• Auto defog mode with in-cabin humidity sensor,
• Smart watch integration,
• Set charge limit function,
• Intrusion alert,
• Panic notification,
• Remote immobilization,
• Find nearest charging and service station,
• Time fencing,20+ Vehicle Health Alerts,
• Trip analytics & driver behaviour score,
• Social tribes,
• Liquid cooled Thermal management system,
• IP 67 Ingress protection for motor & battery pack,
• Smart regenerative braking,
• Stolen vehicle tracking
• Follow Me Home Headlamps
• Rear Camera
• ISOFIX Child Seat Mounts
• Pretensioners & Force Limiter Seatbelts
• Geo-fence Alert
• Hill Descent Control
• Hill Assist

Entertainment, Communication & Instrumentation Features of 2022 Tata Nexon EV Max Review

• Radio
• Speakers Front
• Speakers Rear
• Integrated 2DIN Audio
• Wireless Phone Charging
• Bluetooth Connectivity
• Touch Screen
• Touch Screen size — 7 Inch
• Door Ajar Warning
• Connectivity — Android Auto, Apple CarPlay
• No of Speakers — 4
• Tweeters — 4
• Music System — Connect Next 7″ Floating Dash-Top (17.78 cm) Touchscreen Infotainment by Harman
• SMS / WhatsApp notifications and read-out,
• Image and video playback,
• GPS Navigation System — What3Words™ address based navigation
• Bluetooth Compatibility

Comfort & Convenience features of 2022 Tata Nexon EV Max Review

• Power Steering
• Power Windows-Front
• Power Windows-Rear
• Power Boot
• Air Conditioner
• Heater
• Automatic Climate Control
• Air Quality Control
• Remote Climate Control (A/C)
• Remote Trunk Opener
• Accessory Power Outlet
• Trunk Light
• Rear Seat Headrest
• Adjustable Headrest
• Rear Seat Centre Arm Rest
• Height Adjustable Front Seat Belts
• Cup Holders-Front
• Rear AC Vents
• Cruise Control
• Parking Sensors — Rear
• Navigation System
• Find My Car location
• Foldable Rear Seat
• 60:40 Split
• Smart Access Card Entry
• KeyLess Entry
• Engine Start/Stop Button
• Glove Box Cooling
• Voice Control
• USB Charger — Front
• Central Console Armrest
• Hands-Free Tailgate
• Drive Modes — 3
• Electric sunroof with tilt-function,
• Fast USB charging port at front,
• Wireless smartphone charger,
• Air purifier with AQI display,
• Remote vehicle diagnostics,
• Remote lights ON/OFF,
• Multi-mode regenerative braking,
• 4 Levels (Level 0 – 1 – 2 – 3) (0 – No regeneration, 3 – Max. regeneration)

Locks & Security Features of 2022 Tata Nexon EV Max Review

• Smart Access Card Entry
• KeyLess Entry
• Engine Start/Stop Button
• Impact Sensing Auto Door Unlock
• Speed Sensing Auto Door Lock
• SOS / Emergency Assistance
• Anti-Theft Device
• Anti-Pinch Power Windows
• Central Locking
• Power Door Locks
• Child Safety Locks
• Anti-Theft Alarm

2022 Tata Nexon EV Max Coupe Review : Impressive Looks

There is apparently no big change in the exterior design of the Nexon MAX. The overall shape and most of its detailing remain the same as the standard car. We had talked more about these in our review of the 30.2 kWh Nexon EV. Underpinned by the same platform, the extended-range Nexon retains most of the previous car’s dimensions.

However, the Max gets a new set of alloy wheels with a different design and dual-tone finish. Another novelty is the paint that you see in the pictures here. This shade- rightly called Intensi-Teal is a colorway exclusive to the Nexon EV Max. Of course, it would look familiar, as the 30.2 kWh Nexon EV already has a ‘Signature Teal Blue’ shade that could essentially be a shade or two lighter than this. Unlike the standard EV that comes in just two shades, the EV MAX is available in a total of 3 dual-tone exterior colorways– Intesi Teal, Pristine White, and Daytona Grey. Save for these, there are no major visual deviations from the familiar EV.Also interesting is the fact that Tata Motors has not placed any model-spec lettering anywhere on the car- You won’t find any MAX badges or similar insignia here!

The MAX gets a battery pack that has grown by 30-33% from the one on the previous car. Courtesy of its packaging efficiency, there is no curb in the boot space offered. Nexon EV Max has the same 350L boot capacity as the standard car. What has however changed, is the ground clearance, which is now down by 15 mm. From our time with the car, we could easily tell you that this drop would be no trouble! We took the Nexon EV Max to some tricky terrains and bad patches, without any trouble. The current ground clearance of 190 mm gets the job done in most of the probable driving scenarios one might ever take this to.

Despite losing slightly on ground clearance, the Nexon EV Max has its overall height raised by 10-ish mm, standing at 1616mm against the regular car’s 1606mm.

Courtesy of its larger battery and newly debuted features, Nexon EV Max has gained around 100 kilograms of additional weight. (70% of this is known to be from the battery alone). Tata Motors has not given out the exact numbers yet, but going by the 1400 kg mark of the standard car, we could expect Max’s weight to be around 1500 kilos.

There is a lot different about the Nexon EV Max’s cabin. The car gets a new, good-looking Beige-Black interior colorway. The overall design of the dashboard is retained, but there are a number of new, flashy bits inside. We particularly like how the wide glossy Black strip on the dash looks and seamlessly incorporates stylish Teal Tri-arrows towards the co-driver.

The central tunnel goes for a thorough design overhaul in the MAX. It is now more visually imposing and features the use of more premium trims and bits. The ‘Drive selector’ is the best-looking thing here. Instead of the plain, blunt design of the standard car’s unit, the MAX has a ‘Jewelled control knob’ that gets a good-looking design with Chrome surround with a knurled finish on it, and a centrally placed backlit display that shows the mode engaged.

The central tunnel also houses the controls for selectable drive modes- Eco, City, and Sport (The Nexon EV Max finally gets these!) and for the selectable regeneration levels. There are 4 levels on offer, including the ‘no regen’, and can all be operated easily through two buttons.

2022 Tata Nexon EV Max Review : Powertrain & Range

The talking point of the Nexon EV Max is the all-new 40.5kWh lithium-ion battery pack, which is 33 percent larger than that of the standard Nexon EV. In its sportiest setting, the Nexon EV Max’s motor produces 143hp and 250Nm, a gain of 14hp and 5Nm over the standard version. Despite being more powerful, it has also gained 100kg of weight, and this results in the Sport mode’s performance feeling quite similar to the standard version. It is certainly the most entertaining mode on offer, but it also drains the battery’s charge quicker. For daily commute, throttle responses feel a touch too aggressive, so this mode is best left for spirited drives. Its sprinting abilities remain identical to the standard car, with a 0-100kph time of 9.4sec, however, it now hits a top speed of 140kph, which is 17kph higher than the standard EV’s 120kph.

While the standard Nexon EV has just two modes – City and Sport – the Max adds in a third one, Eco mode. What’s interesting is that Tata has limited both, City and Eco modes to approximately 97hp and 170Nm of torque. The difference between these two modes is down to their throttle responses, with Eco being a tad duller than City. Owing to the EV’s instant torque delivery, the two modes feel more than adequate for the daily urban grind and to keep up with fast moving vehicles on the highways. Further demonstrating the similarity between the Eco and City modes are their flat-out 0-100kph acceleration times of 14.3sec and 14.1sec, respectively, which are much quicker than the 16.1sec time of the 30.2kWh version’s City mode.

Coming to the most important aspect of this review – the range. In our real-world tests, we managed a rather respectable 263km of overall range, which is 55km higher than the standard Nexon EV’s average range, but is only 60 percent of Tata’s advertised figure of 437km.

The efficiency we achieved is 6.6km per kWh in the city and 6.4km per kWh on the highway, translating to a range of 266km and 259km, respectively. The test was conducted in Eco mode, with regenerative braking set to level two, and climate control at 22degC in full-automatic mode. There were two people in the car and periodic driver swaps further neutralised any variance in driving pattern. It’s important to note that our test protocol and driving style which involves some hard driving is designed for worse case conditions. Hence, owners can expect higher range figures if they adopt a more economical driving style.

2022 Tata Nexon EV Max Review : Performance

The new Tata Nexon EV Max sports a slightly more powerful AC electric motor that generates 143PS of peak power and 250Nm of torque. The regular Nexon EV’s electric drivetrain delivers 125PS and 245Nm. The EV Max is quicker than the regular, but only shaves less than a second off the latter’s 0-100kmph time. There is the addition of the Eco mode in the Nexon EV Max that enables one to extend the 40.5kW battery pack’s range, since power and torque gets limited to about two-thirds of the peak generated (in Sport mode).

The larger battery definitely helps the new model deliver a higher range. My test mule’s digital instrument cluster displayed a range of about 338km at a charge level of 99 per cent; the calculation must’ve been based on previous driving cycle. After a half day of driving, mostly in City and Sports mode, covering a distance of about 180 km, the Nexon EV Max still had a range of 82 km with the SOC (state of charge) being 38 per cent.

The rated range according to Tata Motors is 437 km on a full charge. If you were to switch off the aircon, or drive longer on Eco mode, use regen braking or avoid long idling times, it should be possible to get a range that is closer to 300 km per charge.

Of the four selectable regen modes, zero basically allows the car to coast and there is no return of charge to the battery. Regen levels 1 to 3 is an ascending order of brake energy recuperation and it should be possible to drive the Nexon EV Max with just throttle input and preemptive regen braking while in slow moving traffic. While the extra 100 kilos of battery weight affects the range, it doesn’t affect the ride quality.

The suspension setting has been tweaked with changes to the springs and dampers, making the ride a tad firmer. But overall, the ride quality remains very much like it was in the regular Nexon EV. The new extended range model however, gets the addition of electronic stability, a version of brake boost and disc brakes at the rear to improve braking efficiency.

2022 Tata Nexon EV Max Review : Riding & Comfort

Start the Nexon EV Max using the start stop button, Shift to the drive mode using the drive selector and let go of the brakes getting the EV crawl ahead. Give it some throttle and you will instantly notice the sheer brilliance and extra refinement that an EV offers. The power delivery from the motor is instant and very linear. You are into the triple digit speeds very quickly on open highways and what we loved on the Nexon EV Max is the way it handled high speeds very ably always offering a planted solid secure drive.

The steering offers balanced feedback and you always are connected at all speeds. The Nexon EV Max also has the drive modes which alters the power delivery and also the range. You have the Eco offering the max range, City which is a balance between performance and range and Sport which gives the best performance from the EV Max but lowers the range to some extent.

The car’s suspension has been adjusted and is on the stiffer side. Although the steering is lighter for a more comfortable drive within the city, it is still direct and functions as expected. The Nexon is now quite stable in corners and does not sling its weight around thanks to good weight distribution. Body-roll has also been kept under control. Having disc brakes on all four wheels inspires confidence while braking. Highway stability is also good, so you can definitely take advantage of the car’s longer battery range.

The Nexon EV Max is well-equipped with safety features. A fortified cabin built of high-strength reinforced steel, twin front airbags, and ISOFIX anchor points for child seats are among those features. ABS with EBD and braking assist, auto vehicle hold, ESP with i-VBAC (Intelligent Vacuum-less Boost & Active Control), panic brake alert and auto vehicle hold are among the other safety features. This is one area where Nexon outperforms the competition in terms of safety as it has a five-star Global NCAP safety rating.

Our Opinion

While the Nexon EV Max will certainly not get anywhere close to its claimed 400kms of range on a single charge, it definitely has a longer range of around 280 to 300kms, which means that it does deliver on its promise. Where the standard Nexon EV would struggle to go past 220 – 230kms of range, this one gives you an extra 70kms of peace of mind.

What’s more, the EV Max is definitely a more rounded product, and it feels more complete now. Sure, with a price tag of 20 lakh (ex-showroom), it’s quite expensive for a sub-4m SUV, but, then, its zero tail-pipe emissions and lower running costs will still lure environment-conscious buyers. Overall, it’s a strong and a much-improved product than before, and one that will help Tata maintain its stronghold in the EV space.

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