Tata Tiago EV vs Tigor EV vs Nexon EV: Important Figures Explained

Modified On Sep 29, 2022 10:49 PM By Rohit for Tata Tiago EV

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With the launch of the Tiago EV, Tata now has three affordable electric cars in its lineup. In this story, we help you decipher which should be your next pick based on the most important numbers

Tata Tiago EV, Nexon EV Max, and Tigor EV

Tata’s most affordable electric car, the Tiago EV, is fresh out of the oven, with prices ranging from Rs 8.49 lakh to Rs 11.79 lakh (introductory, ex-showroom Delhi). This makes it the third affordable EV offering in the carmaker’s portfolio and we thought it’s only fitting to pit it against its stablemates, the Tigor EV and Nexon EV (Prime and Max).

Before we delve into the technical specifications of the Tata EVs, let’s check out their dimensions:


Tiago EV

Tigor EV

Nexon EV Prime / Max












1606mm / 1616mm





Tata Tigor EV

Although the Tiago EV is the smallest electric vehicle here, its width is identical to the Tigor EV and taller by 4mm than the latter. The Nexon EV is the biggest on all fronts among the lot and measures as much as the Tigor EV in length.

Now, let’s take a look at their battery packs, claimed range figures and charging times:

Tata Tiago EV charging

Tiago EV

Tigor EV

Nexon EV Prime / Max

Battery pack



30.2kWh / 40.5kWh

Claimed range

250km/315km (MIDC-certified)

306km (ARAI-certified)

312km / 437km (ARAI-certified)

Charging time

Up to 6.4 hours (3.3kW)/Up to 3.6 hours (7.2kW)

0-80 percent in 8 hours 45 mins (15A plug point)

8.5 hours (3.3kW) / 6 hours (7.2kW)

DC fast charging time

10-80 percent in 57 minutes (25kW)

0-80 percent in 65 minutes (25kW)

0-80 percent in 60 mins / 0-80 percent in 56 mins (50kW)

Tata Nexon EV Max

The Nexon EV has the largest battery pack here, followed by the Tigor EV. The Tiago EV, on the other hand, is being offered with two battery pack options, which offer 250km and 315km of range, respectively. Although the latter’s claimed range figure is more than that of the Tigor EV and Nexon EV Prime, do note that it is MIDC-certified and not by ARAI, which could have a difference in the real world. All Tata EVs can be charged using DC fast chargers but it’s the Nexon EV duo which supports 50kW fast charging capacity.

Also Read: Tata Nexon EV Max First Drive Review


Tata Tiago EV

Tiago EV

Tigor EV

Nexon EV Prime / Max




129PS / 143PS




245Nm / 250Nm


6.2 seconds/5.7 seconds (0-60kmph)

5.7 seconds (0-60kmph)

9.9 seconds / 9 seconds

Tata Tigor EV

The Nexon EV is the most powerful Tata EV here. That said, the Tiago EV, with its 24kWh battery pack, offers the same amount of power as the Tigor EV but it’s the latter which provides more torque. The Tiago EV’s 75PS powertrain matches the Tigor EV’s 0-60kmph runtime of 5.7 seconds whereas the Nexon EV Max is the quickest to cover 0-100kmph sprint in 9 seconds.

Related: Tata To Open Bookings For The Tiago EV On October 10


Tata Tiago EV rear

Tiago EV

Tigor EV

Nexon EV Prime / Max

Ex-showroom Delhi

Rs 8.49 lakh to Rs 11.79 lakh (introductory)

Rs 12.49 lakh to Rs 13.64 lakh

Rs 14.99 lakh to Rs 17.50 lakh / Rs 18.34 lakh to Rs 20.04 lakh

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