The Tata Nexon Kraz is available in Nepal in two grades: Kraz and Kraz+. It celebrates the first anniversary of the brand’s first sub-4 metre SUV. The Kraz edition comes in an exclusive Tromso Black body colour and a sonic-silver roof. Neo-green mirrors, front grille inserts and wheel accent give the SUV a funky styling. The last letter of the edition badge on the tailgate is in this colour.
Inside, the Tata Nexon Kraz has a distinctive look with the neo-green applied on the seat stitching. Other highlights include a piano black panel on the dashboard, edition badge on the centre console (in only Kraz+) with the last letter in neo-green, piano black door and console finishers and piano black steering accents.
The Tata Nexon Kraz’s prices start at NPR 39.95 lakh (INR 25,01,842.32) when specified with the 1.2L Revotron petrol engine and at NPR 43.85 lakh (INR 27,46,077.24) when specified with the 1.5-litre Revotorq diesel engine.
The updated Tata Tigor is available in a new Egyptian Blue shade. It features additional chrome finishers on the front and partly clear-lens tail lamps for a refreshed exterior styling. The most significant improvement is on the inside where there’s a new Harman-made 7-inch capacitive touchscreen infotainment system offering Android Auto support.
The updated Tata Tigor costs NPR 27.55 lakh (INR 17,25,300.52) onwards.