A vlogger gives a verdict on the build quality of a crashed Tata Nexon. It is fascinating to witness what these modern-day vloggers end up doing just to create some content. The Nexon continues to reign supreme in the compact SUV segment, primarily due to its impressive sales figures. This enduring popularity can be attributed to its eye-catching design, robust build, impressive safety track record, and modern features. It’s worth noting that the previous-generation model earned a 5-star safety rating from the Global NCAP. Although the current model has yet to undergo safety testing, the shared platform raises expectations for another strong safety rating. Here is what the vlogger thinks.
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Vlogger Judges Build Quality of Tata Nexon
This post comes from energeticwizard on YouTube. It is posted as the Shorts video. It captures the vlogger driving his car behind a towing truck. The latter is carrying an accidental Tata Nexon. There are minor damages to the front left section of the compact SUV. It includes a dent in the bonnet and bumper. Apart from that, there are hardly any signs of a major deformation. While that might be a great indication of the build quality of a car, but not until there are not enough details. In this case, for instance, we have no clue about the reason for this condition.
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The Nexon is equipped with two robust engine options: a 1.2-litre turbo petrol and a 1.5-litre diesel. These engines deliver strong performance, boasting power and torque ratings of 120 hp and 170 Nm and 115 hp and 260 Nm, respectively. Both engines offer the choice of either a 6-speed manual transmission or a 6-speed AMT for added convenience. What’s more, the petrol variant has expanded its flexibility with the introduction of options for a 5-speed manual transmission or a 7-speed DCT automatic gearbox, making it suitable for a wider range of customers. If you prefer manual control, paddle shifters are also available. The price range for these models varies from Rs 8.10 lakh to Rs 15.50 lakh, ex-showroom.
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What We Think
It is possible that the vehicle might have performed well indeed. But without conclusive evidence, we can’t pass judgment. That is the reason why we must be wary of such YouTubers. You can’t take such things at face value. There are proper crash tests and agencies in place that award safety ratings to cars after thorough testing. You must solely rely on those scores. In fact, even those tests are performed under controlled environments. Still, at least they give a clear idea of the build quality and the effectiveness of the safety equipment on offer for each car. Hence, stay clear of such content and take these only for entertainment purposes.
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