The Nexon Dark Edition is available with the XZ+, XZA+, XZA+(O) and XZ+(O) with both petrol and diesel variants. Prices for the Nexon Dark Edition start at Rs 10.40 lakh or about Rs 44,000 more than the petrol Nexon XZ+.
The Tata Harrier was the car that started the Dark Edition trend and now the company has expanded the dark series with the Altroz, Nexon, Nexon EV, and the updated Tata Harrier. The engine options are the same as the normal models120hp 1.2-litre turbo-petrol and 110hp 1.5-litre diesel from the regular compact SUV with both available with a 6-speed manual or AMT gearbox option.
atlas Balck is the color that you will see in the Nexon Dark edition. The car gets a wide gloss black horizontal slat with the prominent Tata badge in the centre. The silver insert in fog lamp housing seen in the normal model is now replaced with a glossy black insert. The griller on the lower section of the bumper will feature a black tri-arrow patter to further enhance the dark theme of the car. The headlamp unit is unchanged and the vehicle continues to be offer features such as auto headlamps and rain-sensing wipers.
Coming onto the side of the car, this dark edition of the Nexon is highlighted by a Sonic Silver beltline that definitely complements the black theme of the car. This Sub-compact SUV gets a set of 16-inch charcoal alloy wheels and gets a ‘Dark’ mascot on the fenders to highlight the variant. Jumping onto the rear section, the Nexon Dark edition features a matte black Nexon badging and Sonic Silver coloured applique between the taillights.
Get inside the car and you will get to see an all-black theme. The car is seen with a Dark interior pack with a premium black Tri-Arrow dashboard panel. The Nexon Dark edition shares the feature highlights with the regular XZ+ variant and offers a floating seven-inch Harman touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Additionally, the vehicle also gets iRA connected car features. The Nexon Dark edition offers steering-mounted controls and a seven-inch digital instrument cluster.
As the other Dark Editions from the company the Nexon Dark edition also gets black leatherette seats with Tri-Arrow perforations and ‘Dark’ embroidery on the front headrests. As the Dar Edition is available with the top models, you also get an electric sunroof in addition to features such as cruise control and Electronic Stability Program.
The Nexon will give a tough competition to Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Hyundai Venue, and the Kia Sonet. The petrol Dark edition variants attract a premium of Rs 44,000, while the diesel Dark edition variants attract a premium of Rs 45,000 as compared to the regular variants.
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