In Mumbai alone, around 200 bookings for the Nexon EV Max have been made; a small number of customers are upgrading from the Nexon EV.
The Nexon EV Max was recently launched in India, with prices starting at Rs 17.74 lakh (ex-showroom, India). Standard Nexon EV customers who are awaiting deliveries and plan to upgrade to the more powerful and expensive Nexon EV Max have shown a lot of interest in the SUV since its prices were announced. The EV Max is essentially a long-range version of the Nexon EV, with a larger 40.3kWh battery, 14hp more power, faster charging, an ARAI-certified range of 437 kilometers, which is 125 kilometers longer than the regular Nexon EV.
- Deliveries of the Tata Nexon EV Max will begin in June.
- The Nexon EV Max now has more features and improved safety.
- The Nexon EV Max costs between Rs 1.54 and Rs 2.04 lakh more than the Nexon EV.
- Delivery and waiting time for the Tata Nexon EV Max
Delivery and waiting time for the Tata Nexon EV Max
According to dealers, deliveries for the Nexon EV Max should begin in early June, and the wait time is currently around four months. The standard Nexon EV, on the other hand, has a six-month wait if ordered now. Tata has received nearly 200 bookings for the Nexon EV Max in Mumbai alone.
What more can you ask for in a Tata Nexon EV Max?
Aside from the larger battery, more power, and longer range, the Nexon EV Max differs from the regular Nexon EV in several ways. New 16-inch diamond-cut alloys and a new Intensi-Teal paint shade are the only design changes.
The EV Max has a new drive selector, an electronic parking brake switch, regen adjustment buttons, and a wireless charging pad on the inside. The entire floor plan has been reworked to accommodate the larger battery, resulting in a 15mm drop in ground clearance, a 10mm higher cabin floor, and a 100kg weight gain over the regular Nexon EV. ESP, traction control, hill-start assist, hill descent control, and rear disc brakes are among the safety features included in the Nexon EV Max.
In our real-world testing, the Nexon EV Max averaged 263 kilometers, which is only about 60% of what Tata claims. The standard Nexon EV, on the other hand, averaged 208 kilometers per charge, compared to the ARAI-certified 312 kilometers.