The Nexon EV plays a major role in Tata Motors current majority. In the passenger EV space, however, Mahindra has now brought in the XUV 400 EV to change. Just that, however, is Mahindra too late. A few days ago, Tata Motors announced price cuts for the Nexon EV variants, an increased range in the Nexon EV Max for both current users and prospective buyers. So if you were looking at buying either of these electric SUVs, then the decision just got a little more difficult. Should you go in for the tried and tested product or place your faith in the latest entry, which would attract more attention? Here is a comparison to help you with your dilemma: hey friends! How are you hope you are well if you visit first time on my channel, then please subscribe and for my hard work. Please, like this video, while both esuvs are very close to their ice counterparts in terms of design, the Tata Nexon clearly gets the more modern cabin with its colored infotainment screen and the 7 inch TFT display for the instrumentation. On the other hand, the XUV 400s cabin would appeal to those who, like sporty themes with the black and dark blue skin. However, the instrumentation in the XUV 400 looks a little dated because of the analog dials and the centrally located LCD display on the exterior. Both SUVs feature metallic colored accents to signify their electric nature and would be subjective for every individual things get better in the Nexon EV Max ZX and ZX, plus.

As that variant gets ventilated seats, wireless charging, a digital Drive, selector dial and other Tech features in terms of Dimensions. The all electric XUV 400 is longer wider taller and has more wheelbase compared to the Nexus. The boot space is also larger than the Nexon EV ixon EV gets the option of the battery sizes, a smaller 30.2 kilowatt hours, battery pack or the 40.5 kilowatt hours battery pack in the EV Max. Similarly, the XUV 400 gets to battery pack options. The EC variant gets a 34.5 kilowatt hours battery pack and the bigger and variant gets a ‘.4 kilowatt hours battery. The XUV 400 gets a bigger battery pack for the smaller variant and a low capacity for the larger battery variants. However, how does this translate into range in the smaller 30.2 kilowatt hours battery pack, the Nexon EV offers a clean range of 312 kilometers, while the XUV 400, with its 34.5 kilowatt hours, battery pack, gets a higher claimed range of 375 kilometers. The same pattern can be seen in the bigger battery pack variants of both Aces: the XUV 4’.4 kilowatt hours, battery returns, a claimed range of 456 kilometers and the Nexon EV Max is bigger 40.5 kilowatt hours battery returns and now increased 453 kilometers range. The range for the EV Max will be increased via a software update for existing customers and as a standard for new customers. However, it still falls short of the Mahindra. How these claimed ranges hold up against Real World usage is another factor to consider.

It would be safe to assume that real world range figures would be broadly similar for both models. Prices for the Mahindra XUV 400 were unveiled at the recent launch and have been slashed for the Tata Motors Nexon Evie low range Nexon EV Prime prices now start from 14.49 lakh rupees and go up to 16.99 lakh showroom. The Nexon EV Max has also seen a price cut and now starts at 16.49 lakh rupees and goes up to 18.99 lakh rupees extra room. The Mahindra XUV 400, on the other hand, has only two variants on offer. The low range EC costs 15.99 lakh rupees X, showroom and the long range L variant comes at 18.99 lakh rupees extra room. The topping price is identical to the Nexon EV Max ZX, plus Lux topping both top and variants of these cars also offer 7.2 kilowatt hours fast Chargers as standard for those looking at performance as a priority. The XUV 400s electric motor puts down 310 newton meters of torque and can do 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in 8.3 seconds. The Nexon EV Max in comparison gets a lower 25 nanometer stock figure and does 0 0 100 kmph in a slightly slower 8.9 seconds. Safety features include six airbags, ABS, with EBD isofix, child seat anchors, a reverse, camera and disc brakes at all four ends. The Nexon EV scored a 5 out of 5 Stars rating in the NCAP Global crash test, while the same Mahindra XUV 400 EV is a car which is nested on the XUV 300, which also scored 5 out of 5 stars in the NCAP Global crash test.

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