Owner`s Manual - Tata Nexon

Owner`s Manual - Tata Nexon
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OWNER’S MANUAL
CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE
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You can also approach nearest TATA MOTORS dealer. A separate Dealer network address booklet is provided with the
Owner’s manual.
In case you have a query regarding any aspect of your vehicle,
our Customer Assistance Centre will be glad to assist you on
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For additional information, refer to "24X7 Roadside Assistance" section in the Owner’s manual.
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Dear Customer,
Welcome to the TATA MOTORS family.
We congratulate you on the purchase of your new vehicle and are privileged to have you as our valued customer.
We urge you to read this Owner's Manual carefully and familiarize yourself with the equipment descriptions and operating instructions before driving.
Always carry out prescribed service / maintenance work as well as any required repairs at an authorized TATA MOTORS Dealers
or Authorized Service Centre’s (TASCs). Use only genuine parts for continued reliability, safety and performance of your vehicle.
You are welcome to contact our dealer or Customer Assistance toll free no. (1800 209 7979) in case of any query or support
required.
We wish you a safe and pleasant driving experience.
Bombay House, 24, Homi Modi Street,
Hutatma Chowk, Fort, Mumbai – 400001
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Before driving, read this Owner’s manual carefully and familiarize yourself with your vehicle. For your own safety and a longer
vehicle life, follow the instructions, ‘Warnings’ and ‘Notes’ in this manual. Ignoring them could result in damage to the vehicle
or personal injury to you or others.

The Owner’s manual and other booklets are important documents and should always be kept in the vehicle. If you sell the
vehicle, always pass on the documents to the new owner.

This Owner's Manual describes all variants of the model and all standard/optional equipment of your vehicle available at the
time of printing. Please note that your vehicle may not be equipped with all features described.

TATA MOTORS Limited reserves the right to introduce changes in the design, equipment and technical features without any
obligation to install them on the vehicles previously sold. The equipment in your vehicle may therefore differ from that shown
in the descriptions and illustrations.

Do not carry out any modification including fitment of non-genuine accessories on your vehicle. Safety, handling, performance
and durability, may otherwise be adversely affected and may violate government regulations. TATA MOTORS Limited accepts
no liability for damage resulting from the modifications or use of non-genuine accessories.

All rights reserved. The information in this manual shall not be copied, translated or otherwise reproduced, in whole or in
part, without written permission from TATA MOTORS.
© Copyright 2017 TATA MOTORS
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Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
CONTENTS
1
Safety
2
Opening & Closing
3
Dashboard & Features
Important Information
01
Keys
15
Cockpit
31
Safe Driving
01
Doors
23
Instrument Cluster
32
Seat Belts
04
Windows
24
Driver Information Display
36
Child Restraint System (CRS)
07
Bonnet
26
Driver Information Settings
40
Anti-theft Device: Immobilizer
10
Tailgate
27
Tell tales
44
Child Lock
11
Fuel lid
30
Audio Reminders
50
Air Bags
12
Combi Switches
51
ABS
13
Fascia Switches
54
EBD
14
Steering Wheel Switches
56
Mic
57
Infotainment System
57
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
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CONTENTS
3
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Dashboard & Features
4
Stowage Areas
5
Climate Control
USB/AUX
58
Storage Compartments
63
Air Vents & Distribution
73
Power Socket
58
Glove Box
64
HVAC Controls
74
Antenna
59
Wallet stowage
65
Functions & Settings
78
Roof Lamp
60
Driver side coin box
65
Fully Automatic temperature
Control
79
Roof Grab Handles
60
Utility pockets on front doors
65
HVAC sensors
82
Boot Lamp
61
Utility pockets on rear doors
66
Head lamp
61
Center Console
66
Tail Lamp
62
Stowage for rear passenger
67
Foldable arm rest
67
Tailgate compartment
68
Hooks
71
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
CONTENTS
6
Starting & Driving
6
Pre-Driving Checks
85
Driving Tips
86
Seat Adjustments
89
Rear View Mirrors
91
Steering Wheel Adjustments
94
Starting & Driving
7
Gear Shifting
108
Braking
109
Drive Mode
110
Parking Brake
111
Rear Camera
112
Starting and stopping (without
PEPS)
95
Reverse Park Assist
113
Gear Shifting & Driving
96
Vehicle parking
115
Automated Manual
Transmission (AMT)
99
Kick down feature
102
Emergency & Breakdown Assistance
Emergency Equipment
116
Hazard Warning Switch
118
In Case of Flat Tyre
118
Jump Lead Starting
122
Towing
123
Fuses
125
Bulb Specification
132
Bulb Replacement
133
24x7 Road Side Assistance
136
Starting and stopping (PEPS) 105
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
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CONTENTS
8
Maintenance
9
Technical Information
Maintenance & Service
140
Fuel Specification
160
Engine Compartment
141
Lubricant Specification
162
Engine Oil
143
Technical Specification
163
Battery
145
Vehicle Dimensions
166
Spark Plug
146
Aggregate Identification Nos
167
Tyres
146
Key Battery Replacement
149
On Board Diagnostic (OBD)
152
Service Instructions
153
Service Schedule
154
Parking for Long Durations
159
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Car Care and Value
Added Services
Car Care
168
Washing
168
Waxing
169
Polishing
169
Interior Fabric Cleaning
169
Paint Care
170
Wiper Care
170
Value Added Services
173
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
CONTENTS
11
Warranty – Terms and
Conditions
12
Environment Safety
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SAFETY
Important Information
In this Owner's Manual, you will find the
text under the heading “WARNING” and
“NOTE” which highlights important information. Pay particular attention to these
highlighted messages.
NOTE
Indicates additional information
that will assist you in gaining the
optimum benefit and care for your
vehicle.
WARNING
Indicates procedures or information that must be followed precisely in order to avoid the possibility of severe personal injury and serious damage to the vehicle.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
Safe Driving
Safety consciousness not only ensures
your safety and the safety of other road
users, but it also helps to reduce the
wear and tear on your vehicle.
Safety Tips

Always take into account the road
conditions, weather conditions, vehicle speed in order to prevent accidents.
Safe driving depends on:

Turn ‘ON’ the side indicators at least
30 meters before taking a turn or
changing the lane.
Decelerate to a safe speed before
taking turn. Do not apply brakes during cornering.
When overtaking other vehicles,
watch out for the oncoming vehicle.
Never drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
If your vehicle is equipped with infotainment/navigation system, set and
make changes to your travel route
only when the vehicle is parked.
Program radio presets with the vehicle parked, and use your programmed presets to make radio use
quicker and simpler.

How quickly you make decisions to
avoid an accident.

Your ability to concentrate.

How well you can see and judge objects.

How well familiar you are with your
vehicle controls and its capabilities.


NOTE
Fatigue is a result of physical or
mental exertion that impairs judgment. Driver fatigue may be due to
inadequate sleep, extended work
hours, strenuous work or non-work
activities or combination of other
factors. Take rest at regular intervals.
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SAFETY
Driving through water
WARNING
Do not attempt to start the engine
if vehicle gets flooded due to water. Tow the vehicle to a safe place.
Contact a nearest TATA MOTORS
Authorised Service Centre.
Do not drive through flooded areas.
Judge the depth of water before driving
through it. Otherwise, water may enter
the vehicle interior or the engine compartment.
If at all the situation demands that you
have to drive through water then;

Keep engine in higher RPM and crawl
the vehicle in low gear.

Flowing or rushing water creates
strong forces. Driving through flowing water could cause the vehicle to
be carried away. Be very cautious
about trying to drive through flowing
water.

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Lightly apply the brake pedal to dry
the liners until the brakes work normally once you are out of water.
Driving on a rainy day

Check wiper blades, lights and
brakes for proper functioning and
condition.

Check the tyre treads depth, the condition of the tread and tyre.

Avoid harsh braking and sharp turns.
It may cause loss of control and lead
to a skid.

For slowing down, shift to lower gears
and brake gently.

Keep lights ‘ON’ if visibility is poor.
Driving through wet roads
On wet road or during light showers “Aquaplaning” can occur. “Aquaplaning” is
the loss of direct contact between the
road surface and the vehicle’s tires due
to a water film forming between them.
Steering or braking the vehicle can be
very difficult, and loss of control can occur.
There is no hard and fast rule about aquaplaning. The best advice is to slow
down when the road is wet.
NOTE
If you have driven for a long time
in heavy rain without braking,
there may be a delayed reaction
from the brakes when braking for
the first time. You have to depress
the brake pedal more firmly. Maintain a greater distance from the
vehicle in front.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
SAFETY
Night driving
Driving on gradients
Driving on highway

Ensure that all light are working and
windshield, window glasses are
clean.

Drive more slowly at night than in the
daytime, as the visual range is restricted at night. Maintain a speed
such that you can stop within illuminated distance of head lamps.
When climbing a gradient, the vehicle
may begin to slow down and show a lack
of power. If this happens, shift to a lower
gear and apply power smoothly so that
there is no loss of traction.
Stopping distance progressively increases with vehicle speed. Maintain a
sufficient distance between your vehicle
and the vehicle ahead.

Do not use the high beam unless inevitable. It may dazzle the driver of
the oncoming vehicle, thus causing
an accident.

Use head lamp main/dip beam to
alert other road users on turns/
cross roads etc.

Use side indicators for lane change
or turning.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
When driving downhill, the engine braking should be used by shifting into a
lower gear. Do not drive in neutral gear
or switch off the engine.
For long distance driving, perform safety
checks before starting a trip and take
rest at certain intervals to prevent fatigue.
WARNING
On long and steep gradients you
must reduce the load on the
brakes by shifting early to a lower
gear. This allows you to take advantage of the engine braking effect and helps avoid overheating of
service brakes resulting in reduced
braking efficiency.
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SAFETY
Seat Belts
Seat belt is a safety device designed to
secure the occupant travelling in the vehicle. TATA MOTORS strongly recommends that all the occupants should always wear seat belts while travelling, irrespective of journey duration.
In normal driving, the belt lets you move
freely in your seat. In case of an accident
or sudden braking, inertia reel automatically tightens the belt to help restrain
your body.
WARNING

Never wear seat belt over rigid
or breakable objects, such as
eyeglasses, pens, keys etc., as
these might cause injuries.

Make sure the seat belt is always fitted comfortably.

Place the seat backrest in a position that is as upright as possible. Make sure that the seat
belts are not twisted which can
cause injury in a collision as the
full width of the belt isn’t available to absorb the impact. This
could cause serious injury.

The maximum protection that
seat belts can offer is only
achieved if you are correctly
seated.
Importance of wearing seat belt



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Reduces the risk of being thrown inside the vehicle in case of a collision/sudden braking.
It will help to keep you in the proper
position when the air bag inflates.
Reduces the risk of harm in
frontal/angular collisions that are
not enough to activate the air bag.
Reduces the risk of harm in rollover,
side or rear impact collisions.
NOTE
Do not bleach or dye seat belts as
this may severely weaken them. In
a crash they may not be able to
provide adequate protection.
Cleaning should be carried out using mild soap and water only.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
SAFETY
How to use seat belts
1. Pull the belt tongue across your body
2.
3.
4.
5.
and insert it into the buckle until click
sound is heard.
Check and ensure that the belt is not
twisted.
Position the lap portion of the belt as
low as possible across your hip bone.
Pull up the shoulder part of the belt
to remove the slack. Make sure that
the belt goes over your collar bones
and across chest.
The lap portion of the belt should be
worn across the pelvis, not across
the waist.
6. To unlatch the belt, press the red but-
ton on the buckle. Guide the belt to
the pillar as it retracts.
WARNING

Seat belts are intended for
adults and each belt should be
used by one occupant only.

Use approved child restraint
system for children.

If the belt has withstood serious
accident or shows signs of severe
fraying /damage or cut, replace it
with an approved belt kit.

Do not make any modification
that could change the effectiveness of the seat belts.

If seat belt needs to be replaced,
then it should be replaced, by
TATA MOTORS Authorized Service Centre only.
1. Buckle 2. Tongue 3. Press Button
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
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SAFETY
Seat belt adjustment (if equipped)
Lap belt (for rear middle seat)
Pregnant woman
Pull the belt tongue to the desired
length. Insert it into the buckle until you
hear a click.
Pregnant women should also always use
a lap-shoulder belt. The lap belt portion
should be positioned as low as possible
on the hip bones to avoid any possible
pressure on the abdomen.
Adjust the belt length. To lengthen the
belt, hold the tongue at a right angle to
the webbing and pull. To shorten, pull
the loose end of the webbing. To unfasten, press the button in the buckle.
Adjust height of seat belt with help of
knob. For that pull the knob and adjust
the height of seat belt until it reaches desired comfortable position.
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WARNING
Position the lap belt as low as possible on your hip bone and not
across the abdomen. If the lap belt
is positioned across your abdomen, it could cause serious injuries in a crash.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
SAFETY
Child Restraint System (CRS)
Recommended CRS position
TATA MOTORS strongly recommends
the use of Child Restraint Systems
(CRS) for all children up to age of 12
years.
The suitability of seat position for carriage of children and recommended category of
child restraint system is shown in the table below. (Applicable for Rear Seat – 100%
and 60:40%).
Group
Mass
Group
Age Group
Front
Passenger
Rear
Outboard
LH
Rear
Outboard
RH
Rear
Center
Selection and installation of CRS
0
Up to 10 kg
Up to 9 months
X
U
U
X
Always select the child restraint system
that complies with latest safety standards (AIS072 / ECE R44).The CRS are
classified according to the child's size,
height and weight. Select the appropriate CRS for your child. Ensure that the
child fits properly in the CRS and CRS
is securely installed in the vehicle.
0+
Up to 13 kg
Up to 24 months
X
U
U
X
I
9 to 18 kg
9 months to 48 months
X
U
U
X
II
15 to 25 kg
Approx. 3 to 7 years
X
U
U
X
III
22 to 36 kg
Approx. 6 to 12 years
X
U
U
X
Children kept unrestrained while travelling, may face serious injuries in case
of an accident.
For installation, please refer CRS manufacturer’s instruction manual.
X - Seat Position not suitable for children in this age group.
U - Suitable for “universal” category restraints approved for use in this age
group.
NOTE
Universal is a category in the AIS072 / ECE R44 norm.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
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SAFETY
WARNING
Replace CRS that has withstood
any force during an accident as it
could have sustained damage
which may not be visible.
NOTE
When installing CRS in rear seat,
push the front seat fully forward so
that child’s feet do not touch the
front seat back.
NOTE
If a child is to be seated in the front
seat (if recommended only), push
the vehicle seat fully rearward and
keep the child in an approved forward facing CRS. Adjust the seat
backrest to an upright position.
Storage for CRS
Always secure CRS safely in the vehicle
or stow it in the luggage compartment if
not being used.
While the vehicle is in motion an unrestrained CRS could flung through the vehicle interior in the event of a sudden
braking, maneuver or an accident. This
could cause injuries to the travelling occupants.
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WARNING
Each CRS should be used for
one child only.
Check list
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Never carry children on somebody’s lap when vehicle is in motion.
Always secure children in the vehicle in a CRS. The CRS must be
suitable for the child’s height,
weight and build.
Observe the instructions from the
manufacturer of the CRS and always keep the instruction manual in
the vehicle.
Always make sure that the seat belt
routing is correct for children and
they are sitting in the correct position.
Do not leave any toys or other objects loose in the CRS or on the seat
while the vehicle is in motion.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
SAFETY
ISO FIX (if equipped)

CRS can be installed in the vehicle by
seat belt and/or ISOFIX only or ISOFIX with Top Tether (if equipped).

A rear facing child seat provides restraint with the seating surface
against the back of the child. The
harness system of CRS holds the
child in place, and in an accident,
acts to keep the child positioned in
the seat and reduce the stress to the
fragile neck and spinal cord.


All children below age of one year
must always ride in a rear-facing infant child restraint.

Once your child outgrows the forward-facing child restraint, your child
is ready for a booster seat.
Rearward facing child seat
Forward facing child seat installation
A forward-facing child seat provides
seats for the child’s body with a harness. Keep children in a forward-facing child seat with a harness until
they reach the size or weight limit allowed by your child restraint’s manufacturer.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
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SAFETY
Anti-Theft Device-Immobilizer/ PEPS
Immobilizer system is designed to prevent vehicle theft by electronically disabling the engine ignition system. The engine can be started only with vehicle’s
original Immobilizer ignition key which
has an electronic identification programmed code.
NOTE
Use only Flip key, the other should
be kept in a safe location. Note
down “key Tag no.” information
(and keep it safe) which is required
while getting new/spare keys. Remember that it is not possible to
prepare new/spare keys without
the “key Tag number.” Take precaution about Flip key, as without
Flip key vehicle cannot be started.
Vehicle Condition
Immobilizer
Lamp Status
Vehicle State
Ignition OFF
Blinking
Locked
Vehicle Immobilized and awaiting electronic key
Ignition ON
OFF
Unlocked
Normal condition and ready to start the vehicle
Ignition ON
ON
Locked
Ignition ON
Blinking
Unlocked
Meaning / Function of the state
- Problem with key (Wrong key used to start vehicle)
- Problem with Immobilizer system. Contact a TATA MOTORS
Authorized Service Centre
- Contact a TATA MOTORS Authorized Service Centre immediately
tely
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Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
SAFETY
Key
A key is an electronic access and authorization system which is provided as a
standard feature on your vehicle.
Unlocking principle
The transponder which is built into the
ignition key carries a unique identification code. The vehicle unlocks when the
code on the key matches with the code
on the Engine Management System
(EMS). In case of PEPS variant, Immobilizer function is provided by PEPS ECU.
Engine starting
When the key is inserted and the ignition
is switched ‘ON’, all codes are communicated within key, Immobilizer and EMS.
The engine will start only if all the codes
match.
Loss of keys
If one of the keys is lost, contact your
nearest TATA MOTORS authorised
dealer immediately.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
WARNING
 Do not turn ‘ON’ ignition switch by
using key with any type of metal
wound around its grip or in contact with it. This may be detected
as abnormal condition by immobilizer and prevent engine from
starting.
 Do not leave the key in areas of
high temperature. The transponder in it will behave abnormally when reused.
 Do not try to start the vehicle
when the Immobilizer indicator
lamp on the instrument cluster is
glowing. In this condition the vehicle will not start and the vehicle’s battery will also be drained
due to frequent cranking.
Child Lock
Both the rear doors of the vehicle are
provided with a child proof lock. Push
the lock lever located on vertical face of
the door downward before closing the
door. The door which has been locked
by activating the child lock cannot be
opened from inside, it can be opened
only from the outside
NOTE
Lift the lock lever upward to deactivate the childproof lock when not
required.
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SAFETY
NOTE
Child safety lever to be used for
safety of child for preventing them
to open rear door while seating in
passenger seat to avoid accident
while vehicle is running.
Air Bags - Supplemental Restraint
System (if equipped)
The driver’s front air bag is located behind the center pad of the steering wheel
and the front passenger’s front air bag is
located on dashboard above glove box.
Front air bags are designed to inflate in
severe frontal collisions when the ignition switch is in the ‘ON’ position.
Front air bags are not designed to inflate
in rear impacts, side impacts, rollovers
or minor frontal collisions, since they
would offer no protection in those types
of accidents.
Remember, since an air bag deploys
only one time during an accident, seat
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belts are needed to restrain occupants
from further movements during the accident.
Therefore, an air bag is NOT a substitute
for seat belts. To maximize your protection, always wear your seat belts.
In a frontal collision, the crash sensors
detect and trigger the inflators. The inflators inflate the air bags with nitrogen
or argon gas. The movement of the
driver and of the front passenger is cushioned when they make contact with the
fully inflated airbag and the risk of injury
to head and chest is reduced. You may
hear a noise along with some smoke,
dust and smell of burnt propellant immediately after the air bag has inflated. DO
NOT PANIC as this is normal and is not
an indication of fire in the vehicle.
NOTE
Engine will be shut OFF as soon as
air bag is deployed.
NOTE
 An air bag supplements, or adds
to, the crash protection offered
by seat belts. The driver and all
passengers must be properly restrained by wearing seat belts at
all times.
 Drive with the seat belt fastened
correctly and in a position that is
as upright as possible with your
back against the backrest.
 Do not lean your head or chest
close to the steering wheel or
dashboard.
WARNING
Do not attach any objects to, or
place any objects over, the steering wheel or dashboard. These objects may interfere with air bag operation or may be propelled by the
air bag in the event of a crash. Either of these conditions may cause
severe injury.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
SAFETY
NOTE




If the Air bag warning Tell tale
on the instrument cluster
stays ON while driving, there
may be a problem with the Air
bag system. Contact TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre.
In case of any frontal damage to
your vehicle or any maintenance
required to be performed should
be done by TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre only.
Do not permit anyone else to do
any service, inspection, maintenance or repair on any SRS
components or wiring.
Improper work on the SRS system will result in inadvertent deployment of the air bag or malfunctioning.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
Anti-lock braking system (ABS)
(if equipped)
ABS regulates brake pressure in such a
way that the wheels do not lock when
you brake.
This allows you to continue steering the
vehicle when braking.
When Braking:
The
ABS warning lamp in the
instrument cluster lights up when the ignition is switched on. It goes out when
the engine is running.
If ABS intervenes when braking, you will
feel a pulsing in the brake pedal. The
pulsating brake pedal can be an indication of hazardous road conditions, and
functions as a reminder to take extra
care while driving.
WARNING
 If ABS is faulty, the wheels could
lock when braking. The steer ability and braking characteristics
may be severely impaired. There
is an increased danger of skidding and accidents.
 Drive on carefully. Have ABS
checked immediately at a TATA
MOTORS Authorized Service Centre as soon as possible. .
 If ABS intervenes: continue to depress the brake pedal vigorously
until the braking situation is over.
 To make a full brake application: depress the brake pedal with full force.
WARNING
 The stopping distance required
for vehicles with ABS may be
slightly more than conventional
brake system but ABS will still offer the advantage of helping you
maintain directional control.
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SAFETY
WARNING
 However, remember that ABS will
not compensate for bad road or
weather conditions or poor driver
judgment. Drive within safety
margins, taking into consideration prevailing weather and traffic conditions.
Electronic brake force distribution
(EBD) (if equipped)
EBD monitors and controls the brake
pressure on the rear wheels to improve
driving stability while braking.
EBD provides optimal braking pressure
distribution between front and rear
wheels to optimize braking distance and
to ensure vehicle stability by means of
lowering braking pressure increase at
rear wheels.
WARNING
 If EBD
is malfunctioning,
the rear wheels can lock, e.g.
under full braking. This increases the risk of skidding and
an accident.
 You should therefore adapt your
driving style to the different handling characteristics. Have the
brake system checked immediately at a TATA MOTORS Authorized Service Centre as soon as
possible.
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Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
OPENING AND CLOSING
Keys (as applicable)
S.no
Name
Remote key
Description
1. Unlocking all doors
1.
Flip key with remote
2. Approach light/Tail gate opening
3. Locking all doors
4. Folding key blade in/out
1. Locking all doors
2.
Mechanical key
2. Unlocking all doors
1. Locking all doors
3.
Smart Key
2. Approach light
3. Tail gate opening
4. Unlocking all doors
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
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OPENING AND CLOSING
Flip Key with Remote
2. Approach light
1. Unlocking all doors
Press approach light button (2) once, low
beam, positon, roof lamp will turn ‘ON’.
This feature helps to find and reach the
parked vehicle or to reach home in dark/
cloudy condition after parking. Red LED
will be flash on the remote. To switch
‘OFF’ the approach lights, press and release the same button or it automatically
turns ‘OFF’ after certain time.
Tail gate Unlatch
To unlatch the Tale gate, long press the
approach light button (2) on remote for
more than 2 sec.
2. Approach Light/Tail gate unlatch
3. Locking all doors
4. Folding key blade IN/OUT
1. Unlocking all doors
Pressing the unlock button (1) of remote
will unlock all the Doors.
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NOTE
Tail gate once unlatched will not
get lock automatically with doors.it
will locked by slamming it
3. Locking all doors
Pressing the Lock button (3) once. Remote locks all the doors of the vehicle.
4. Folding key blade IN / OUT
Press button (4) to flip out the key blade.
For folding, press the button (4) and fold
the key blade inside.
NOTE
Key Blade should not be folded
without pressing the button. Also,
it should not be forced in any direction apart from folding direction to
avoid damage to Flip Mechanism
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OPENING AND CLOSING
Flip key Features
Vehicle search
In vehicle locked condition if lock button
on remote key is pressed the turn indicators of vehicle flashes 4 times.
Automatic activation of immobilizer
If key is removed from ignition, the engine will be immobilized automatically
even if you forget to lock the vehicle.
For few variant, Ignition off is required to
immobilize the vehicle.
Auto locking / unlocking of doors /
auto relock


Vehicle doors get automatically
locked when all doors are closed and
the vehicle speed crosses 10 kmph.
Please refer section starting and
driving for more information.
When ignition key is taken out all the
doors get automatically unlocked.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17

For few variant, when ignition is
turned off all the doors get automatically unlocked.
Also, when unlocked with remote key
and if no door is opened within 30 seconds, vehicle doors get automatically
locked.
Anti-grab / anti-scan coding
The remote control set of this security
system is protected against the use of
devices called ‘scanners’ and ‘grabbers’
which can record and reproduce some
types of remote codes.
NOTE
In case any button of the key is accidentally pressed for more than
20 seconds, the remote stops functioning till the time the button is
pressed. The LED on the Remote
also stops glowing. The function of
the remote gets reinstated immediately when the user stops pressing the push button of remote.
Sleep Mode
If remote key is not used for more than a
week then its functionalities will turn to
sleep mode. In such a case, to activate
the remote key functionalities, open the
door mechanically with the key blade.
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OPENING AND CLOSING
Smart Key (if equipped)
Keep the smart key with user to perform
the passive access. It is used for locking,
unlocking and starting the vehicle.
1. Locking all doors
2. Approach Light
3. Tail gate opening
4. Unlocking all doors
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1. Locking all door
Pressing the Lock button (1) once. Remote locks all the doors of the vehicle.
Please refer section starting and driving
for more information.
2. Approach light
Press approach light button (2) once, low
beam, positon, roof lamp will turn ‘ON’.
This feature helps to find and reach the
parked vehicle or to reach home in dark/
cloudy condition. To switch ‘OFF’ the approach lights, press and release the
same button or it automatically turns
‘OFF’ after certain time.
3. Tail gate Opening
To open the Tail gate press the button (3)
once on the smart key, Tail gate will unlatch. Please refer section starting and
driving for more information.
4. Unlocking all doors
Pressing the unlock button (4) once. Remote will unlock all the Doors. Please refer section starting and driving for more
information.
NOTE
If smart key battery is low/drained
or vehicle battery is low/drained,
user can unlock and enter into vehicle by using mechanical key
blade. Present inside the smart
key. Refer ‘Starting and Driving’
section for more information.
Key blade in / out
Slide the knob (1) to unlatch the key. Pull
the key blade (2) out.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
OPENING AND CLOSING
Smart Key Features
Vehicle search
In vehicle locked condition if lock button
on remote key is pressed the turn indicators of vehicle flashes 4 times.
Automatic activation of immobilizer
Important


Don’t operate Unlock button of remote while in the vicinity of your vehicle, as it could lead to an unintentional unlocking your vehicle.
For battery, replacement procedure
refer ‘MAINTENANCE’ section.
Don’t remove the battery connection
of the vehicle while the vehicle has
been locked by remote.
If smart key will not found within the passenger compartment, engine will be immobilized and vehicle cannot be start.

Auto locking / unlocking of doors /
auto relock
Smart key Precautions:
In case of PEPS variants, door will get unlocked when ignition is OFF by pressing
Start Stop switch.
mitter such as radio station or an
airport which can interfere with
normal operation of the transmitter.
2. If smart key is near a mobile two
way radio system or a cellular
phone, then it is not working
properly.
3. If another vehicle’s smart key is being operated close to your vehicle,
signal is fluctuated.
Anti-grab / anti-scan coding
The remote control set of this security
system is protected against the use of
devices called ‘scanners’ and ‘grabbers’
which can record and reproduce some
types of remote codes.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
WARNING
Keep smart key away from electromagnetic materials that blocks
electromagnetic waves to the key
surface.
1. If smart key is close to radio trans-
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OPENING AND CLOSING
Two Smart Keys Scenarios
Sr.no
Scenarios
1
One smart key is inside the
vehicle (away from Immobilizer antenna) and other
smart key is outside the vehicle within authentication
range.
2
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One smart key is inside the
vehicle (near Immobilizer
antenna) and other smart
key is outside the vehicle
within
authentication
range.
Precondition
Action
PEPS behaviour
Vehicle is in OFF
mode and all door
closed
Lock the vehicle with
outside smart key (passive lock / RKE lock)
and keep outside smart
key away from authentication range.
When user tries to start the vehicle
with inside smart key, vehicle
doesn’t start.
Lock the vehicle with
outside smart key and
keep outside smart key
away from authentication range.
When user tries to start the vehicle
with inside smart key, vehicle would
start with back up start. User
presses start/stop button twice with
the interval of 2.5 sec between two
presses within 5 seconds.
Note: The vehicle doesn’t start if inside smart key is kept away from Immobilizer antenna until vehicle is unlocked by outside smart key via outside door handle OR RKE unlock
command from inside/outside
smart key is received.
Vehicle is in OFF
mode and all door
closed.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
OPENING AND CLOSING
Sr.No
3
4
5
Scenarios
One smart key is inside the
vehicle (near Immobilizer
antenna) and other smart
key is outside the vehicle
within authentication range.
One smart key is inside the
vehicle (away from Immobilizer antenna) and other
smart key is outside the vehicle within authentication
range.
One smart key is inside the
vehicle (away from Immobilizer antenna) and other
smart key is outside the vehicle within authentication
range.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
Precondition
Vehicle is in OFF
mode and all door
closed.
Vehicle is in OFF
mode and all door
closed
Vehicle
is
in
ACC/IGN
mode
and
all
door
closed.
Action
Lock the vehicle with
outside smart key and
keep outside smart key
away from authentication range.
Lock the vehicle with
outside smart key (passive lock / RKE lock)
and then unlock the vehicle with mechanical
key.
Lock the vehicle with internal knob.
PEPS behaviour
When user tries to unlock/lock the
vehicle ((RKE lock / unlock) with inside smart key, RKE lock/ unlock operation takes place normally.
When user tries to start the vehicle
with inside smart key, vehicle
doesn’t start. However, RKE operations (lock/unlock) take place normally.
When user tries to unlock the vehicle
passively with outside
Smart key (from driver/co driver
side), vehicle doesn’t get unlocked
in ACC/IGN mode. Also, when user
tries to unlock the Tail gate passively, Tail gate doesn’t get unlocked.
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OPENING AND CLOSING
Sr.No
6
22
Scenarios
One smart key is inside the
vehicle (away from Immobilizer antenna) and other
Smart key is outside the vehicle within authentication
range.
Precondition
Vehicle is in ACC/IGN
mode, all door closed,
and vehicle is in unlock
state.
Action
Keep the outside smart
key within driver door vicinity and try to lock vehicle with driver door handle switch from driver / co
driver side.
PEPS behaviour
Vehicle doesn’t get locked in
ACC / IGN mode.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
OPENING AND CLOSING
Doors
Door locking / unlocking with key
Driver / co-driver doors can be locked or
unlocked from outside using the key
blade.
Insert the key and turn it clockwise to
lock and anticlockwise to unlock the
door.
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Door locking / unlocking using door
handle switch (DHS)
To lock/unlock all the doors without operating smart key button/ key blade.
Press the door handle switch (DHS) provided on the driver and co-driver door to
lock/unlock all the four doors except Tail
gate.


NOTE
Authentication range for smart key
shall be 1 to 1.5 meter from outside
the respective door or Tail gate.
Passive entry only works during ignition off.
Locking without a key from inside
All the doors can also be locked from inside by pressing knob on driver door and
independently on other doors respectively.
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OPENING AND CLOSING
Opening the doors from inside
Windows
Power windows (if equipped)
driver’s arm rest. They work only when
the key is in the ‘IGN ON’ position.
NOTE
Power windows can be operated
for 30 sec. in ‘IGN OFF’ and ‘KEY
OUT’ position, provided doors are
not open.
Express down (if equipped)
All doors can be opened from inside. To
open, pull the door opening knob (1) and
then lever (2).
NOTE
There is a single pull override feature on driver door. All door can be
unlocked by inner handle without
operating lock knob of inner handle.
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Window glasses can be opened by a single long press of the switch. Express
down feature is provided for driver door
only.
1. Front Window Winding Switch (Left)
2. Front Window Winding Switch (Right)
3. Rear Window Winding Switch (Left)
4. Rear Window Winding Switch (Right)
5. Inhibit Switch
Window glasses on all four doors can be
operated by switches provided on the
main control panel located on the
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OPENING AND CLOSING
Individual switches
Individual window winding switches
have been provided on the front passenger and rear doors.
WARNING
While raising the glass, take care
to avoid fingers/hands getting
trapped between glass and the
door frame.
Inhibit switch
front passenger door can not be operated. Still it can be operated from the
switches on driver's arm rest.
Inhibit switch OFF
When
switch
is
pressed, red light
turns ‘ON’. The individual switches provided
on rear and front passenger door can be operated. It can also
be operated from the switches on driver's arm rest.
WARNING

Inhibit switch ON
Glasses are wound up by pulling the
switch and are lowered by pressing.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
When
switch
pressed, red
turns ‘OFF’. The
vidual switches
vided on rear

is
light
indiproand
If children operate the windows
they could be get trapped, particularly if they are left unsupervised. There is a risk of injury.
Activate the window inhibit feature when children are travelling.
When leaving the vehicle, always
take the key with you and lock the
vehicle. Never leave children unsupervised in the vehicle.
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OPENING AND CLOSING
Manual Window Winding
Bonnet Opening
(if equipped)
1. Ensure that the vehicle is in neutral
Use window winder handle for lowering
or raising up window glasses manually
where power windows are not provided.
2. Pull the bonnet release lever. The
gear with the parking brake applied.
bonnet will pop up slightly.
NOTE
Make sure that the wiper arms are
not raised before you lift up the
bonnet to avoid damaging the
wiper arms and the bonnet.
3. Raise the bonnet slightly and with
your finger slide the secondary lock
lever located under the bonnet center.
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Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
OPENING AND CLOSING
4. Lift the bonnet up. Pull the bonnet stay
rod from its clip and insert the free end
into the slot provided on frame.
Closing
1. To close the bonnet, hold the bonnet
by one hand, disengage the stay rod
and clamp it back properly.
2. Lower the bonnet close to the
bumper, then let it drop down.
Tail gate Opening
NOTE
Some variants may have multiple
options.
Option I
WARNING
Ensure that the bonnet is properly
locked before driving or it can fly up
unexpectedly during driving.
WARNING
 The stay rod can be hot enough to
burn your finger right after driving.
Touch the rod after it becomes
cool enough.
 Insert the stay rod into the hole securely. If the rod drops off, your
body may be caught below the
bonnet.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
To open the Tail gate, pull the lever located at the right hand side below the
driver’s seat and lift the Tail gate.
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OPENING AND CLOSING
Option II
Remote operated Tail gate unlatching
can be done through long press (2 sec)
approach light button on remote key.
Option III
Option IV
When user press the Tail gate button on
remote, Tail gate gets unlatched.
To open the Tail gate, press the switch
located on fascia switch.


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WARNING
Tail gate can be unlatched without smart key.
By pressing Tail gate button on
smart key and pressing Tail gate
door, handle switch within 30
second.
NOTE
 If vehicle is in locked condition
then Tail gate unlatch via fascia
switch will work only in ignition ON
condition.
 If vehicle is in unlocked condition
then Tail gate unlatch via fascia
switch is works in ignition ON as
well as ignition OFF condition.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
OPENING AND CLOSING
Option V
Option VI
If vehicle is locked and Tail gate is closed
and Tail gate DHS switch is pressed with
valid smart key in the authentication
range, Tail gate gets unlatched.
Tail gate opened by using door key, The
lock is located on the Tail gate.
On closing the Tail gate door, Tail gates
gets locked. During closing Tail gate if
doors are in locked condition and valid
smart key is inside the trunk, then Tail
gate gets unlocked.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
For closing, pull the tail gate down and
close it with a slight swing.
NOTE
 For Tail gate unlatch remote operation, vehicle shall be in OFF
mode.
 Tail gate once unlatch it will not
get locked automatically with
other doors.
 If doors are in unlocked condition,
Tail gate can be unlocked via Tail
gate handle switch independent
of smart key.
 Avoid keeping smart key inside
the boot space area while closing
Tail gate.
WARNING
Tail gate can’t be locked using mechanical key/ flip key/ smart key. It
can be locked by slamming it.
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OPENING AND CLOSING
Fuel lid
Option I
To unlatch the fuel flap, pull the lever located at the right hand side below the
driver seat.
Open the fuel flap. To open the fuel cap
by turning it in counter clockwise direction for fuel filling.
For closing, close the fuel cap and gently
push the fuel flap till it gets locked.
Option II
WARNING
Fuel vapour is extremely hazardous. Always switch ‘OFF’ the engine before refueling and never refill near sparks or open flames. Do
not use cell phone while refueling.
Do not continue adding fuel after
the automatic shut ‘OFF’ function
is operated if it is equipped on the
fuel station. Overfilling the fuel
tank could damage the fuel system.
NOTE
Remove the fuel filler cap slowly,
and wait for any hissing to stop.
The fuel may be under pressure
and may spray out.
If fuel cap needs replacement, ensure
that it is replaced by a genuine cap at
TATA MOTORS Authorized Service Centre
only.
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Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Cockpit
1
A.C. Air vent
2
Air Bag (PAB) (if fitted)
3
Infotainment Display (if fitted)
4
Combi-Switch
5
Horn pad
6
Air Bag (DAB) (if fitted)
7
Steering Wheel Switches (if fitted)
8
Controls
9
Foot Rest
10
USB/AUX Port
11
Fascia switches
12
Start/Stop switch
13
Foldable Arm-Rest (if fitted)
14
Parking Brake Lever
15
Drive Control knob
16
Power socket
17
Gear Shift Lever
18
HVAC Control panel
19
Infotainment Switches
20
Hazard Warning Switch
21
Glove Box
NOTE: All location shown may not be applicable to your vehicle.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Instrument Cluster – Version 1
Tachometer
Temperature Gauge
Driver Information Display
Set knob
Mode knob
Speedometer
Fuel Gauge
NOTE: All indicators shown may not be applicable to your vehicle.
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Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Instrument Cluster – Version 2
Tachometer
Driver Information Display
Set knob
Speedometer
Mode knob
Fuel Gauge
NOTE: All indicators shown may not be applicable to your vehicle.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Speedometer
Speedometer indicates
speed in km/h.
Fuel Gauge
the
vehicle
NOTE
At every key IN and ignition ON, the
Instrument Cluster needles and
gauges moves to MAX. and returns
to '0' position. This is a welcome
strategy and a self-check feature.
When the ignition switch is in “ON” position, fuel gauge gives an approximate indication of the amount of fuel in the fuel
tank. “F” stands for full and “E” stands
for empty.
WARNING
When engine is accelerated beyond safe ‘rpm’, the tachometer
pointer turns RED. In such case, reduce the engine RPM immediately.
Never drive the vehicle with engine
in high ‘rpm’. This may cause severe engine damage.
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If fuel is not filled even after Low fuel
warning Tell tale‘ON’, first bar in fuel
gauge will start blinking to indicate more
severe low fuel warning.

Tachometer
Tachometer indicates engine speed in
revolutions per min (rpm).
When fuel in the tank is near to empty
position, low fuel warning Tell tale turns
‘ON’. Refill the tank as soon as possible.

Version – 1
Version - 2
NOTE
Check the fuel level when the
vehicle is on level road.
On inclines, curves, during braking and sudden acceleration
due to the movement of fuel in
the tank, the fuel level display
may fluctuate or the low fuel
warning lamp may illuminate
earlier than usual.
WARNING
Low fuel warning symbol will blink
if there is any fault in the system.
Take your vehicle to the nearest
TATA MOTORS Authorised service
station if the symbol starts blinking.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Temperature Gauge (if equipped)
WARNING
The red LED bar and high coolant
temperature warning Tell tale indicates overheating that may damage
the engine. Continuing to drive the
vehicle when engine overheating is
indicated can result in severe engine damage or fire.
When the ignition switch is in the “ON”
position, this gauge indicates the engine
coolant temperature.
The indicator should stay within the normal, acceptable temperature range between “H” and “C”. If the indicator approaches “H”, overheating is indicated
by red LED bar.
If the coolant temperature reading is
very high, the warning Tell tale flashes
with an audible buzzer. In this case, stop
the vehicle, switch ‘OFF’ the engine and
cool it down for some time. Contact a
nearest TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre immediately for rectification.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Driver Information
Odometer
Trip meter A & B
Average Fuel Economy
for Trip A and Trip B
Distance To Empty
Instantaneous fuel
Economy
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System Image
Description
Indicates distance travelled by a vehicle. The Odometer reading does
not return to “0” when maximum value is reached, the display will
freeze to maximum value.
The trip meter can be used to measure the distance travelled on short
trips or between fuel stops. It can be reset to “0”.Trip meter reading
becomes “0.0” after it crosses 9999.9 kms.
Displays “Average Fuel Economy” since last reset.
Whenever the Trip A/B meter get reset the respective AFE A/B shall
get reset.
Indicates approximate distance that your vehicle can travel with available fuel in tank under current average fuel consumption rate and it
displayed in “km”
NOTE: Irrespective of DTE value, please fill the Fuel if the low fuel
warning is turned ON.
The display shows the value of instantaneous fuel consumption
only when the vehicle is moving.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Driver Information
Clock
System Image
Description
Indicates current time in AM/PM mode. Clock time can be
changed using ‘SET’ & ‘MODE’ knob.
Whenever the battery terminals or related fuses are connected,
you must reset the clock time. This feature is available when ignition switch is in ‘ON’ position.
NOTE: Clock settings can also be changed through infotainment
system. For more information, refer infotainment manual.
Service reminder
Indicates the number of days/kilometers in which service is due. If
service is overdue, it will display “0” km or “0” days and spanner
symbol will blink at every ignition ON for few seconds. Never reset
the display between service intervals otherwise this may result in to
incorrect readings. Information is retained in the service interval display also after the vehicle battery is disconnected.
NOTE: This option is for indicative purpose only. Keep track of your
odometer reading and follow the maintenance schedule.
Current gear position indicator
Current gear engaged by the transmission shall be displayed on DIS.
NOTE: If “F” is displayed it means ‘Fault’ condition. Contact a
TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre.
In case of Manual Transmission, the Gear number shall be displayed when the clutch is fully released.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Driver Information
System Image
Description
All four door and Tail gate are indicated independently when respective door or tail gate is open.
Door Ajar (If applicable)
This warning will be indicated when driver door is open.
NOTE: If any other door is open roof lamp will be ‘ON’.
Gear Recommendation
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Up or Down arrow shall be displayed on DIS whenever Gear should be
put Up or Down.
This feature is applicable to both AMT and Manual transmission variant.
No arrow shall be displayed when the selected Gear is as per the Vehicle dynamics.
Following the recommended Gear shall result into a better Fuel Economy.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
1. Instantaneous fuel economy
(IFE)
Monitor IFE bar graph to achieve better
fuel economy.
NOTE
IFE will vary frequently as per
driving pattern.
IFE display does not show Fuel Economy
of last drive.
It indicates fuel economy of current
Drive when Ignition is turned ‘ON’.
The display does not show actual value
unless vehicle is moving.
The indication on the display may be delayed if fuel consumption is affected by
driving pattern.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
2. Average fuel economy (AFE)
3. Distance to empty (DTE)
Average Fuel Economy will reset to ‘0’
when respective Trip meter is reset.
It indicates approximate distance in
‘km’ that your vehicle can travel with
available fuel in tank.
Average Fuel Economy will be displayed
as ‘--.--‘for initial 0.5 km of respective
trip. Once 0.5 km distance is covered, Average Fuel Economy will be displayed.
Even after 0.5 km distance covered for
particular trip, if Average Fuel Economy
is displayed as ‘--.--‘, then take your vehicle to TATA MOTORS Authorized Service
Centre.
NOTE
AFE value is estimate of fuel economy. It may vary significantly
based upon driving conditions,
driving habits and condition of vehicle.
Average Fuel Consumption will get
Reset to ‘0’ when Battery is removed and refitted.
DTE values may vary significantly based
on driving conditions, driving habits, and
condition of the vehicle. It is an estimate
value of the available driving distance.
NOTE
If DTE is displayed as ‘---‘, then take
your vehicle to TATA MOTORS Authorized Service Centre.
The DTE will update with new value when
fuel is added more than 4 Litres at a
time.
If low fuel warning light turns ‘ON’, fill
the fuel tank immediately regardless
the value of displayed DTE.
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Driver Information Settings (Version 1)
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Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Driver Information Settings (Version 2)
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Clock setting
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Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Instrument Cluster Illumination
WARNING
The Clock and Instrument Cluster
Illumination settings should be
done only when the vehicle is in
stationary condition for safety purpose.
For Instrument Cluster illumination level
settings, it is necessary to turn the Park
Lamp ‘ON’ and then Press the ‘SET’ knob
on Instrument Cluster.
Press ‘SET’ knob to change the illumination intensity level in 5 steps. A delayed
press on the ‘SET’ knob for a selected intensity will confirm it.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Warning Lamps
Color
Malfunction
Indication Lamp
(MIL)
Amber
Check Engine
Amber
Indicator
Remarks
1. Illuminates when ignition is switched ‘ON’. Once engine is started, it
turns ‘OFF’.
2. It remains ‘ON’ for any engine related fault that may increase emission levels of the vehicle beyond the regulatory norms. Contact a
TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre for rectification.
1. Illuminates when ignition is switched ‘ON’. Once engine is started, it
turns ‘OFF’.
2. Illuminates continuously if a fault arises in Engine Management
System. Contact a TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre.
1. Illuminates when the system disables engine start if the original key
is not used.
2. Lamp blinks: Vehicle is in immobilized condition when key is not in-
Immobilizer
Water in fuel
(Diesel)
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Red
Amber
serted.
3. Lamp ON: Problem with key/system. Contact a TATA MOTORS Author-
ised Service Centre.
4. Lamp OFF: Normal condition (Authenticated user) and engine will
start.
1. Illuminates when ignition is switched ‘ON’. Once engine is started, it
turns ‘OFF’ approx. 4 seconds.
2. Illuminates continuously if excess water is accumulated in the fuel
filter. Contact a TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre to drain the
water immediately to avoid serious damage to the fuel injection system.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Warning Lamps
Glow Plug
(Diesel)
Turn Signal
High Beam
Color
Indicator
Remarks
Amber
1. Illuminates when ignition key is in ‘ON’ position.
2. Engine shall be started only after this indicator goes ‘OFF’.
Green
Indicates direction indicated by the turn signal.
Blinks along with buzzer while operating left/right turn indicator only
when ignition is switched ‘ON’. The direction indicator arrow on Instrument Cluster flashes along with external indicator lights as selected.
Both Tell tales shall blink simultaneously when Hazard switch is
pressed irrespective of Ignition ON and the Tick-Tock sound shall be
given when any one or both the Tell tales are ON.
Blue
Illuminates when the high beam headlamps are switched ‘ON’ or
flashed.
1. Illuminates when ignition is switched ‘ON’ and goes ‘OFF’ once re-
quired engine oil pressure is developed after starting the engine.
Low Oil Pressure
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
Red
2. If the low oil pressure indicator does not glow or remains ‘ON’ with
the ‘IGN’ ‘ON’ and engine is running, it indicates a fault in the electrical circuit / lubrication system. Contact a TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre.
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Warning Lamps
Battery charging
Park Brake / Brake Fluid
Low / ABS Fault / EBD
Fault
Seat belt warning
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Color
Red
Red
Red
Indicator
Remarks
Illuminates when ignition is switched ‘ON’. Once engine is started,
it turns ‘OFF’.
If it remains ‘ON’ while the engine is running, it indicates that the
battery is not getting charged. Switch off all unnecessary electrical
equipment and Contact a TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre.
Illuminates momentarily when ignition is switched ‘ON’. Once parking brake is released, it turns ‘OFF’. If it remains ‘ON’, it indicates
1. Brake fluid level is low.
2. Park brake is applied & turns ‘OFF’ when it is released.
3. ABS/EBD system has a fault.
Seat belt warning indicator comes ‘ON’ for 4 seconds, when ignition
is turned ‘ON’.
If seat belt is not fastened and lamp shall be made ON continuously for 30 sec.
If seat belt is not fastened the lamp will be ‘ON’ continuously without audio alarm till vehicle speed reaches 16 km/h. When vehicle
speed exceeds above 16 km/h, the lamp will continue to flash with
intermit-tent audio alarm. Once the seat belt is fastened, the
buzzer and warning indicator shall go ‘OFF’.
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Warning Lamps
Airbag status
(if applicable)
EPAS
High Coolant
Temperature
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Color
Red
Amber
Red
Indicator
Remarks
Illuminates when ignition is switched ‘ON’ and goes ‘OFF’ in approx.
4 seconds.
If it will continuously illuminate or blinks then Contact a TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre immediately.
Illuminates momentarily when ignition is switched ‘ON’.
Illuminates when there is a fault in the EPAS. Contact a TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre immediately.
Illuminates when ignition is switched ‘ON’ and goes ‘OFF’ in approx.
4 seconds.
If the engine is overheating, this indicator blinks along with an audible buzzer at his stage Contact a TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre immediately. This symbol blinks along with audible
buzzer when engine coolant temperature is more than normal.
When engine coolant temp increases to hazardous level, Tell tale
shall blink with RED color and it is accompanied by audio warning.
Never remove the radiator pressure cap from the radiator when the
engine is hot. Do not restart the engine until the problem has been
duly attended.
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Warning Lamps
ABS
(if applicable)
Color
Amber
Amber
Low Fuel
ECO
CITY
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Green
Blue
Indicator
Remarks
Illuminates when ignition is switched ‘ON’ and goes ‘OFF’ in 3 seconds. Illuminates continuously if there is any malfunction in ABS.
Normal braking system will be operational without assistance of
ABS. Contact a TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre immediately.
Illuminates momentarily when ignition is switched ‘ON’.
The symbol lights up continuously if fuel level in the tank is low. Fuel
needs to be filled immediately.
IMPORTANT: The warning light will start flashing if there is any fault
in the fuel system. Contact a TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre immediately
When ignition is turned ‘ON’, this symbol comes ‘ON’ for 4 seconds
and goes ‘OFF’.
ECO lamp ON indicates Economy drive. This mode is used to
achieve better fuel economy.
When ignition is turned ‘ON’, this symbol comes ‘ON’ for 4 seconds
and goes ‘OFF’. CITY lamp ON indicates City drive mode. This mode
is used to achieve optimum torque with fuel economy.
CITY lamp ON indicates City drive mode. This mode is used to
achieve optimum torque with fuel economy.
CITY lamp ON indicates City drive mode. This mode is used to
achieve optimum torque with fuel economy.
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Warning Lamps
Color
SPORT
Amber
AMT Fault
(If applicable)
Amber
Key Not Detected
Amber
Indicator
Remarks
This symbol lights up when the ‘IGN’ is turned ‘ON’ and goes ‘OFF’
after 4 seconds. This symbol comes ON when SPORT driving mode
is activated when more torque is required.
Illuminates momentarily when ignition is switched ‘ON’.
Illuminates continuously when there is a fault in Automated
Manual Transmission system. Contact a TATA MOTORS authorized
Service Centre immediately.
This symbol lights up when the Valid Smart key is not detected inside
the vehicle.
Press Clutch/ brake Pedal to Start Engine
Amber
Press Clutch (Applicable to MT vehicle type): This turns ON with IGN
ON till user press the clutch to start the engine.
Press Break (Applicable to AMT vehicle type): This turns ON with IGN
ON till user press the brake to start the engine
Daytime running lamps DRL (if applicable)
Amber
Illuminates when ignition is switched ‘ON’ and goes ‘OFF’ after 4
seconds.
This symbol illuminates when the Day Time Running lamp is ‘ON’.
Fuel filter clogging
(If applicable)
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Amber
When ignition is turned ‘ON’, this symbol comes ‘ON’ for 4 seconds
and goes ‘OFF’. This symbol continuously comes ‘ON’ when Fuel
Filter is clogged.
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Audio Reminders
Key in reminder
While leaving your vehicle, if you forget
the key inside the vehicle in Ignition
‘OFF’ position, buzzer will provide audio
warning. Remove Key to stop the warning.
No Key Detected Inside the vehicle:

Vehicle is in ACC ON / IGN ON / Engine run condition
Customer takes the smart key outside the vehicle and closes the door
On last door close, customer can
here audio warning on instrument
cluster (beeps) for 10 seconds

NOTE
In this condition customer needs
to bring the smart key inside the
vehicle
Key Detected Inside or In Wrong
Area:




NOTE
In this condition customer needs
to bring smart key in proper range
to lock vehicle
Rotate Steering Wheel:



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Vehicle is in unlock condition & ignition is OFF.
Smart key is inside the vehicle or in
the range of other door / tailgate
Customer tries to lock the vehicle by
pressing driver / co-driver door handle switch
Customer can here the audio warning on instrument cluster (beeps) for
10 seconds
Vehicle is in OFF condition
Customer presses the start-stop
switch to start the engine or activate
higher power mode
Steering column found locked /
Jammed by ECU

Customer can here the audio warning on instrument cluster (beeps) for
3 seconds.
NOTE
In this condition customer needs
to rotate the steering wheel and
press the start-stop switch again
Park lamp ‘ON’ reminder
While leaving your vehicle, if you forget
to turn ‘OFF’ the headlamps, buzzer will
provide audio warning. Switch ‘OFF’ Park
Lamps to stop the warning. Do not forget
to turn ‘OFF’ your headlamps as it may
drain your vehicle battery.
Park brake ‘ON’ reminder
If Park Brake is applied and vehicle is
driven, Tell tale will turn ‘ON’ and buzzer
will provide audio warning continuously.
Disengage the park brake to stop audio
warning.
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Reverse gear reminder
When Reverse Gear is engaged, audio
warning for 1 sec will alert you.
Combi-Switch (RH Stalk)
Seat belt reminder
If driver seat belt is not fastened and vehicle speed goes above 15 kmph, audio
alarm will start and continue for 30 seconds. Seat belt Tell tale will remain continuously ‘ON’ when audio alarm is active.
i) OFF Position
All lamps will remain ‘OFF’.
Day Time Running Lamps (DRL) (if
equipped)
Day time Running Lamps
(DRL) are used to increase the
visibility of the vehicle to other drivers
during daytime.
1. Left Turn signal - Move the lever
fully upward.
2. Right Turn signal - Move the lever
fully downward.
To activate and deactivate DRL, keep
the Ignition switch is ‘ON’ position and
switch ON-OFF parking lamp twice within
approx. 3 seconds.
NOTE
When the turn is completed, the
signal will cancel and the lever will
return to its normal position.
3. High beam - Move the lever forward
to select the High Beam function.
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Pull the lever back to normal for low
beam.
4. High beam Flash (spring return)
To flash the high beam, pull the lever
towards you from the normal position. It will return to its normal position when you release it.
5. Headlamp Rotary Switch
ii) Parking Lamp
Rotate stalk to turn ‘ON’ the Parking
lamps.
NOTE
DRL (if equipped) will turn ‘ON’ as
long as parking lamp input is ‘OFF’
and engine is running.
To temporary deactivate DRL turn
‘ON’ and ‘OFF’ the park lamp
switch two times within 3 seconds.
The lamp can be activated again
by performing the same action.
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
iii) Low Beam
7. Head lamp leveling rotary switch
Combi-Switch (LH Stalk)
Inner rotary switch on right hand stalk is
provided for head lamp leveling. With the
inner rotary switch, Head lamp leveling
can be done with head lamp in Low
Beam and in ‘ON’ position. Select correct position before start of trip and vehicle is stationary. Depending upon the
number of passengers and luggage in
the vehicle headlamp focus may change.
This can be adjusted by rotating the
knob to one of the 3 level positions.
0) ‘OFF’ Position
Rotate stalk to turn ‘ON’ the Low
Beam function.
6. Lane Change Signal
To signal a lane change, move the lever
slightly up or down to the point where the
turn signal light begins to flash, but the
lever does not latch. The turn signal will
flash 3 times automatically.
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The wiper is switched ‘OFF’.
1) Intermittent wipe
Push the stalk upwards to operate intermittent wipe.
Inner rotary switch on left hand
stalk is provided for intermittent front wiper delay. The
switch
has
5
delay
timers.
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
2) Slow Wipe
Push the stalk towards position (2) for
continuous slow wipe.
3) Fast Wipe
Push the stalk towards position (3) for
continuous fast wipe.
4) Flick wipe (spring return)
NOTE
When you crank the engine, the
supply to washer motor is momentarily cut off.
6) Rear Wash and Wipe
(if equipped)
Pull the stalk downwards and
hold it for continuous wipe, the wiper
continuously wipes across the windshield at low speed till the stalk is released.
5) Front Windshield Washer
 Pull the lever little longer,
washer fluid will be
sprayed on the windshield.
 The windshield wipers operate for 3
cycles after the lever is released and
1 more cycle after 5 seconds.
Rear Wipe
Turn the rotary knob counter
clockwise such that it aligns
its positions with arrow mark
to operate rear windshield wiper continuously.
NOTE
Rear wiper stop working as long as
tailgate is found open.
Rear Windshield
Washer Switch
Rear Windshield / Wiper and
Washer
/
Wiper
and
Turn the rotary knob counter
clockwise such that it aligns
its positions with arrow mark
and hold it, to operate rear windshield
wash and wipe. It will return to ‘Rear
wipe’ position as soon as released and
continue to wipe.
Turn the rotary knob clockwise
and release to operate rear
windshield wash and wipe. The windshield wipers operate for 3 cycles.
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
WARNING
If you operate wash and wipe function for more than 15 seconds the
controller cuts off the supply to
washer motors to avoid overheating.
Fascia Switches
Option II
Fascia switches are provided on the center console below HVAC control panel.
Option I
1. Reverse Park Assist switch
2. Tail gate opening
1. Reverse Park Assist switch
2. Front fog lamp switch
3. Rear fog lamp switch
4. Door lock/Unlock
5. Tail gate opening
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Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Reverse Park Assist (if equipped)
Reverse park assist system gets activated when
you engage reverse gear
with a simultaneous beep sound. The intensity of the beep keeps on increasing
as your vehicle comes closer to the obstacle. Press the switch to mute the
beep.
NOTE
Reverse park assist switch can be
used to turn ‘ON’ the Rear View
Camera (if equipped) even if vehicle is not in reverse gear.
Front Fog Lamps (if equipped)
Front fog lamp is located on front
bumper. In conditions where visibility is
poor due to fog, snow or
rain, the fog lamps improve
visibility as well as making it
easier for other road users to see you.
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It turns ‘ON’ when the front fog lamp
switch is pushed in with ignition ‘ON’ and
position and parking / head lamp is ‘ON’.
An indicator on the switch will be illuminated when the front fog light is ‘ON’.
Door Lock/unlock
To open the door, press the
Lock/unlock door switch located on the fascia switch.
Rear Fog Lamps (If equipped)
Rear Fog Lamp is provided on rear
bumper to provide improved visibility in
adverse weather conditions
to avoid accidents when
visibility is poor. The rear
fog lamp can be switched ‘ON’ with ignition and headlamp or front fog lamp is
‘ON’.
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Tail gate
To unlatch the tail gate, press the
switch located on fascia switch.
Steering Wheel Switches (LHS)
(If equipped)
3. Mute / phone reject
To reject or hang up a phone
call. It is also used to mute
the volume of music system / radio.
4 . Volume - To increase
decrease
tem / radio.
and to
volume of music sys-
Steering Wheel Switches (RHS)
(If equipped)
1. Seek forward / backward
To change radio channels.
2. Source Press to select the
required source in the infotainment
(USB, AUX, AM, FM).
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Phone receive / PTT (Push to Talk)
This button
is used to accept incoming call when a cell phone is connected
via Bluetooth.
NOTE
For more information on steering
wheel switches refer Infotainment
manual.
Voice Recognition
To activate, long press the voice activation button provided on the steering
wheel. The system mutes/ pauses the
currently played audio and you will hear
a beep sound to indicate the activation
of the voice recognition feature. The system also display the icon on the right top
corner of the screen to indicate activation of voice recognition.
NOTE
The system will start recognizing
your voice command only after the
beep. So, speak your command
only after you hear the voice activation beep.
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Mic
Infotainment System Display
Option II
Option I
A mic is provided on roof interior above
roof lamp.
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NOTE
For more information, refer infotainment manual.
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Speakers (if equipped)
USB/AUX Port (if equipped)
4 Speakers and 4 tweeters are provided
on models with infotainment system.
Provisions are given for music system
and speakers on versions without infotainment system.
Power Socket
Two power socket are provided
1. On center console
2. Behind rear seat on LH side
The power socket will work when the ignition switch is in the “ACC” or “ON” position. This socket can be used to provide 12V (10A) power for electrical accessories.
Connect your portable digital music players, pen drives etc. to this socket for
playing music tracks through the vehicles music system.
On center console
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Antenna
Option II
Option I
Behind rear seat on LH side
NOTE
Use of inappropriate electrical accessories can cause damage to
your vehicle’s electrical system.
Make sure that any electrical accessories you use are designed to
plug into this type of socket and
rating.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
Antenna is located on the roof. Turn antenna anticlockwise to remove from vehicle, if required.
Shark FIN antenna is provided at the
rear roof. It is used for FM and GPS operations.
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Roof Lamp
Interior roof lighting lamp is provided on
the roof with inbuilt switch.
dimming. This helps settling in the seat
and inserting the key in the ignition
switch. When the key is turned to the
‘IGN’ position, the lamp goes ‘OFF’ immediately.
Roof Grab Handle
OFF - In this position, the
lamp will remain ‘OFF’.
The switch has three positions:
Roof grab handles are provided on all
seats except driver’s seat. This helps in
comfortable positioning of passengers
during a journey.
ON - The lamp will turn ‘ON’
as long as the switch is in this
position.
DOOR - In this position the
lamp turns ‘ON’ with dimming when either of the
doors are opened. When the last door
is closed, the lamp will turn ‘OFF’ with
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Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Boot Lamp (if equipped)
Head Lamp
Lamp Condensation / Fogging
Condition
Condensation is a natural phenomenon
in Lamp. This occurs mainly because of
atmospheric condition/weather change.
During normal condensation, thin film of
mist is visible on the inside surface of
the exterior lens. Generally, this condition is considered normal and can be
eliminated by turning on the headlamp
with engine running or during normal
driving conditions.
Boot lamp is provided in the rear luggage compartment to illuminate the
luggage area.
Boot lamp is without switch type. It will
be ON only when tailgate is open.
1. High beam lamp
2. Low beam lamp
NOTE

3. Parking lamp / DRL
4. Turn indicator lamp

Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
Headlamp fogging/condensation is natural occurrence and
headlamp assembly replacement will not be necessary to resolve the issue.
High-pressure washer jet direct
on vent system of lamp are not
recommended, there might be
possibility of water ingress causing heavy fogging.
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Tail Lamp
Option II
Option I
1. Turn indicator
1. Turn indicator
2. Parking / Position lamp
2. Stop lamp
3. Stop lamp
3. Parking / Position lamp
4. Reverse lamp
4. Reverse lamp
5. Rear Fog lamp
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Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
STOWAGE AREAS
Storage Compartment
1. Chiller glow box
2. Wallet stowage(near roof lamp)
3. Driver side coin box
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4. Utility pockets on front doors
5. Utility pockets on rear doors
6. Center console
7. Stowage for rear passenger
8. Foldable arm rest at rear
9. Tailgate Compartment
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STOWAGE AREAS
1) Glove box
iii) Stowage detail
iv) Cooling facility (If applicable)
i) Opening and closing
To open - Press the knob and open the
glove box flap.
To close - Lift glove box flap until it engages.
ii) Glove box illumination
The glove box lamp illuminates when the
glove box is opened.
Following items can be stowage in glow
box.
On selected models glove box is provided with a cooling facility. It cools the
glove box only when the front A/C is ON.
Shut OFF the vent by rotating the knob,
whenever cooling is not required.
NOTE
Make sure that glove box flap is
closed while driving.
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1. Owner’s manual and other vehicle
document
2. Chiller glow box
3. Pen holder
4. Visiting card
5. Cup holder
6. Receipts etc.
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STOWAGE AREAS
2) Wallet stowage
Place for keeping wallet is provided
above the roof lamp.
3) Driver side coin box
4) Utility pockets on front doors
Stowage for the coins is provided on RH
side.
Utility pockets are provided on front
doors and it can be used to keep following items.
1. Water bottle
2. Magazine/ paper
3. Umbrella holder
NOTE
Remove the water from umbrella and
fold it properly before storing it in umbrella holder.
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STOWAGE AREAS
5) Utility pockets on rear doors
6) Center console
Option I
Tambour door
Stowage below arm rest
Stowage compartment is provided below
the foldable arm rest for keeping cell
phones, iPod’s, chargers etc.
Utility pockets are provided on rear
doors and it can be used to keep following items
1. Water bottles etc.
2. Magazines/books
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Tambour door is provided on center console. To access Tambour door, lift arm
rest (1). Slide the shutter (2) to open and
close the stowage area.
NOTE
Use cups, containers, bottles of
right size and which have lids. The
content could otherwise spill.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
STOWAGE AREAS
Option II
1. Coin box
2. Cup holder
Space for coin holder and cup holder are
provided in centre console.
7) Stowage for rear passenger
(If applicable)
Stowage for Rear passenger is provided
on rear side of floor console between the
front passenger seats. It can be used to
keep mobile charger and small items.
NOTE
Applicable for models where rear
blower is not provided.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
8) Foldable arm rest
A foldable arm rest has been provided in
the rear seat. It also has two-cup holders, which can be accessed by opening
the cover. When not required, fold the
arm-rest back into the seat.
NOTE
Remove all items and cups before
folding the cup holders.
Use cups, containers, bottles of right
size and which have lids. The content
could otherwise spill.
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STOWAGE AREAS
9) Tailgate Compartment
Rear seat folding (60:40 % Split)
You can increase the luggage capacity
by folding the rear seats splits as required.
To fold the seat:

Store the luggage in tailgate compartment. You can keep suitcase bag etc.



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WARNING
Distribute the items of luggage
as evenly as possible.
Position heavy loads as far forwards as possible and as low
down in the trunk as possible.
Never allow occupants to travel
in the luggage compartment.

Pull the backrest release knobs upwards
Fold the backrest seat forward.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
STOWAGE AREAS

Fold the backrest seat forward. Move
the driver and co-driver seat forward
if necessary.


Fold the backrest seat forwards.
Move the driver and co-driver seat
forward if necessary.
Follow the Same procedure for other
rear seat.

Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
Pull the backrest release knobs upwards.
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STOWAGE AREAS
Rear seat folding (Complete Seat
100%)

Fold the seat backrest forwards.
You can increase the trunk capacity by
folding the rear seat. For folding:

NOTE
Ensure that ‘foldable arm rest’ is
closed before seat folding.
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Pull the backrest release knob provided on both side simultaneously.
WARNING

You should always engage the
rear seat if you do not need the
through loading feature.

If the rear bench seat and seat
backrest are not engaged they
could fold forwards, e.g. when
braking suddenly or in the event
of an accident.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
STOWAGE AREAS
WARNING

The vehicle occupant would
thereby be pushed into the seat
belt by the rear bench seat or by
the seat backrest. The seat belt
can no longer offer the intended
level of protection and could
even cause injuries.

Objects or loads in the trunk
cannot be restrained by the seat
backrest. There is an increased
risk of injury.

Before every trip, make sure
that the seat backrests and the
rear bench seat/rear seat are
engaged and securely latched.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
Luggage cover
HOOK
Luggage cover is designed only for hiding the luggage compartment.
i) Coat Hanger
WARNING
Do not place anything on luggage
cover as it could obstruct driver’s
rear view. Also in case of an accident or sudden braking, it could
cause an injury to occupants.
Coat hanger is provided on rear passenger right side grab handle.
WARNING
The coat hook cannot restrain
heavy objects or items of luggage.
Never hang hard, sharp-edged or
fragile objects on the coat hook.
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STOWAGE AREAS
ii) Hook for Purse holder
iii) Collapsible hook
iv) Hooks in luggage compartment
Hooks for holding purse are provided on
both B pillar.
Collapsible hook is provided on RH side
of co-driver for hanging carry bags etc.
Load up to 2 kg is permissible.
These hooks are provided on both sides
in luggage compartment for hanging
small carry bags carrying up to 3 kg
weight only.
NOTE
Do not use these hooks for securing
luggage like using nets etc.
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Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
CLIMATE CONTROL
The Climate Control regulates the temperature set in the vehicle interior and filter the dust particles in cabin temperature based
on the user set temperature settings.
Air Distribution- The air is distributed through the vents in the passenger compartment as shown below:
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CLIMATE CONTROL
Air vents
Rear blower (If applicable)
Air vents are provided on dashboard. Air
flow and its direction can be adjusted
with the help of knob provided on respective vent.
Rear blower unit is provided between
two front seats. It can be switched ‘ON’
provided that front AC is switched ‘ON’.
HVAC Controls
It can be switched ‘ON/OFF’ by rotating
switch. The blower speed can be increased by rotating the knob towards
‘HIGH’.
A. Air Distribution Control
B. Blower Speed Control
C. Temperature Control
D. Fresh / Recirculation air mode
E. AC ON/OFF Switch
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Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
CLIMATE CONTROL
A. Air distribution control
B. Blower Speed control
OFF
C. Temperature control
HIGH
LOW
This is to select the air distribution pattern as described in the table.
Directs air through the center and side air vents
Directs air through the center, side and foot well vents
Directs air through the foot
well air vents
Directs air through the defroster & foot well vents
(Default fresh air mode)
Directs air through the defroster vents (Default fresh
air mode)
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This is to turn ‘ON’ the blower and select desired blower speed.
HIGH
The temperature control knob allows you
to adjust the temperature. The temperature can be increased by rotating the
knob towards the red segment (clockwise) and decreased by rotating it towards the blue segment (anti-clockwise).
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CLIMATE CONTROL
D. Fresh / Recirculation air mode
Fresh Air mode: (Indicator light ‘OFF’)
Press the switch to activate / deactivate
air recirculation mode.
Fresh air is drawn into the vehicle.
Press to ‘ON’ or ‘OFF’
Recirculation mode: (Indicator light
‘ON’)
Air in the passenger compartment recirculates. No fresh air enters the compartment.
Always use when:

Discomfort is felt or windows are
fogging up.

Using
or
air flow modes
during demist / defrost.

Using normal heating mode.
NOTE
The AC can be switched ‘ON’ only if
the blower is ‘ON’ and engine is
running.
When AC is switched ‘ON’, engine idling
RPM increases marginally to adjust the
AC compressor load.
When desired temperature is achieved
AC trips ‘OFF’ automatically.
E. AC ON/OFF
Always use when:



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Driving on a dusty road or through
tunnel.
On signals or slow traffic to avoid
traffic pollution.
Maximum cooling is required.
Press the switch to activate / deactivate
the AC. The indicator lamp in the button
will light up when climate control is activated.
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CLIMATE CONTROL
NOTE
 Condensation may drip from the
underside of the vehicle when it
is in cooling mode. Traces of water on the ground are normal and
are not a sign of leakage or malfunction.
 Ventilate the vehicle for a brief
period during warm weather.
This will speed up the cooling
process and the desired vehicle
interior temperature will be
reached quickly.
 Never cover the air vents or air intake grilles in the vehicle interior.
 If the AC is not used for a long period, such as during winter, it may
not give the best performance
when you start using it again. Operate the AC at least once a
month to maintain optimum performance.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
 While starting the vehicle itself
after long duration (more than 15
days), following procedure needs
to be followed to meet AC performance.
- Start the vehicle with AC &
Blower in OFF condition in
idling for 2~3 minutes.
- Then switch ON the AC &
Blower and run it for another
2~3 minutes in idling for
proper circulation of refrigerant & oil to lubricate the internal parts of AC system.
 Rear blower will be effective after 5-10 min of front HVAC running (after cabin cooling)
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CLIMATE CONTROL
Recommended basic settings of the control elements of air conditioning system for the respective operating modes. These may
vary depending on individual requirements and weather conditions.
Control Knob Position
A. Air Flow Direction
Button Position
B. Blower Speed
C. Air Temperature
D. Fresh / Recircula- E. AC ON / OFF
tion air mode
2nd or 3rd dot
Desired temp.
Fresh air mode.
To MAX speed
and then 2nd or
3rd dot
To the extreme right
up to the stop
1st to 3rd dot
Desired temperature
Briefly switch ON to Switched OFF
Fresh air mode
then Recirculation
mode
Recirculation
Switched ON
mode
To MAX speed
and then 2nd or
3rd dot
To the extreme left
up to the stop
Recirculation
mode
Switched ON
Demisting
2nd or 3rd dot
Desired temperature
Fresh air mode
(Default)
Switched ON
(Optional)
Defrosting
To MAX speed
Desired temperature
Fresh air mode
(Default)
Switched ON
(Optional)
Functions
Normal heating
or
Quick heating
Normal Cooling
Quick Cooling
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or
or
Switched OFF
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General Description:
4.
Maximum defrost button
FATC system controls the in-cabin temperature of the vehicle automatically
and provides maximum passenger convenience regardless of outside weather
conditions.
5.
Rear window demister button
6.
Fresh air / recirculation button
7.
Air distribution (mode) button
8.
OFF mode
Fully Automatic
Control (FATC)
9.
Auto ON selection button
Temperature
10. Temperature control knob
Display unit
Whenever the user presses any push
button or turns the rotary knob, then the
display unit will show the relevant Climate Information.
Also, when the display is not in climate
mode then climate information will be
displayed on the all-time display provide
on the bottom bar.
1. AC ON / OFF Button:
Press the AC compressor ON/OFF button
to turn the air conditioning ON or OFF.
The AC icon will be activated on the display when the AC will be ON.
1.
AC compressor ON/OFF button
2.
Blower speed control knob
3.
Econ (economy mode) button
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FATC display is shown on infotainment
display screen.
FATC functions can be controlled using
both the FATC control panel and the
touch screen display.
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2. Blower Speed Control Knob:
3. ECON button
NOTE
For your safety make sure you
have a clear view through all the
windows before driving.
Rotate the knob clockwise to increase or
decrease the blower speed.
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NOTE
Speed 7 speed, where as anticlockwise would reduce the
speed up to ‘SPEED 1’.
In ‘AUTO’ mode, the FATC system will regulate the blower
speed automatically.
During ECON AC operation, the system
automatically cuts off compressor at a
higher temperature than normal AC. The
operation can be used during mild
weather conditions for better fuel efficiency.
Comfort level may be compromised during this operation. By pressing ECON button text will be displayed on display.
4. Max Defrost Button:
A. This button directs
the main airflow towards windscreen
for faster defrosting. (It also overrides any mode selection you may
have made.)
B. When you turn off the button, the system returns to its former settings.
5. Rear Window Demister Button:
A. This button turns the
rear window demister
ON or OFF. The system
will be deactivated after 15 min of continuous operation.
6. Fresh Air / Recirculation Button:
A. When the recirculation Button or LED is
switched ‘ON’, air
from the vehicle’s interior is sent throughout the system.
B. When the recirculation button is
switched ‘OFF’, air is brought in from
outside of the vehicle (fresh mode).
Whenever discomfort is felt, switch
to fresh air mode.
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NOTE
The outside air intakes for the climate control systems are at the
base of windscreen. Keep this
area clear from leaves and other
debris.
Directs air through the
center and side air
vents
The system should be used with recirculation air mode for faster heat up and
cool down, however keeping the system
in recirculation mode, particularly with
AC OFF, can cause the windows fog up.
Directs air through the
foot well air vents
7. Air Distribution (Mode) Button:
In AUTO mode, the FATC
system will regulate the
mode automatically. However, user override is possible with the use of MODE button to select the desired airflow mode.
Each time you press the MODE button,
the display shows the mode selected.
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Directs air through the
center, side and foot
well vents
Directs air through the
defroster & foot well
vents (De-fault fresh air
mode)
Directs air through the
defroster vents (Default fresh air mode)
8. “OFF” button:
Press the OFF button to switch OFF The
system. OFF will be displayed on the infotainment screen.
9. Auto ON selection button
To put the automatic climate control in
fully automatic mode:
A. Press the ‘AUTO’ button.
B. Set the desired temperature by turning temperature control knob. The
display will show all the functions
during ‘AUTO’ mode.
C. The system automatically selects the
proper mix of conditioned and / or
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heated air that will, as quickly as possible, raise or lower the interior temperature to your preference.
D. When you set the temperature to its
lower limit (-) or its upper limit (+), the
system runs at full cooling or heating
only. It does not regulate the interior
temperature.
Semi-automatic Operation
You can manually select various functions of the climate control system when
it is in fully automatic mode. All other
features remain automatically controlled. Making any manual selection
causes the word ‘AUTO’ in the display to
go OFF and overridden setting is displayed. System will remain in semiautomatic mode till ‘AUTO’ is re-pressed.
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10. Temperature control knob:
HVAC Sensors:
HVAC system is fitted with three sensors
1. Solar sensor
A solar sensor is on top of the dashboard
at the right hand side of defroster grill.
Turning the temperature control knob
clockwise increases the temperature of
the air. The desired temperature will be
increased by steps of 0.5ºC. User can select temperature range from 18ºC to
30ºC. Whereas the anticlockwise direction decreases the temperature.
When you set the temperature to its
lower limit (-) or its upper limit (+), the
system runs at full cooling or heating
only. It doesn’t regulate the interior temperature.
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2. In-Car sensor
Quick Cooling
In-car sensor on control panel.
If your vehicle is parked under the sun,
you can cool it down fast by following the
steps given below:
1. Start the engine.
2. Turn on A/C by pressing the button.
Make sure the temperature control is
set to maximum cool. In case of FATC
set temperature to ‘Low’ mode.
3. Outside Ambient Temperature
(OAT) sensor
It is located under the front bumper grill.
NOTE
1. Do not cover or spill any liquid
on sensors.
2. Do not cover sensor, this may
cause the sensor to malfunction. This may lead to FATC not
functioning to desired level.
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3. Set the blower to maximum speed
4. Open windows half, set air direction
towards face and fresh air mode.
5. When the interior has cooled down
to a more comfortable level, close
windows and set the controls as required in normal cooling, with recirculation mode ON.
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Functions
Control Knob Position
Button Position
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(F)
(G)
Desired
Speed
Desired
Temp.
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
Max.
speed
To the extreme
right up to the
stop
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
Normal
Cooling
Desired
speed
To the right up
to the desired
temperature
ON
Optional
OFF
OFF
ON
Quick
Cooling
Max speed
To the extreme
left up to the
stop
ON
Optional
OFF
OFF
ON
Demisting
Desired
speed
To the right up
to the desired
temperature
As desired
As desired
As desired
ON
As desired
Defrosting
Max speed
To the right up
to the desired
temperature
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
Normal
heating
Quick heating
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ON
(H)
As desired
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Pre Driving Checks
Daily check:
Weekly check:
Make sure that:
 Windshield, windows, mirrors, lights,
and reflectors are clean and unobstructed.
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 Tools kit, jack & handle, warning triangle, owner’s manual, first aid kit
and vehicle documents are available
and stored at their locations.
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WARNING
Never put any mat on top of the
floor carpet near pedal region.
All doors, engine bonnet and tail gate
are securely closed and latched.
All of your passengers are properly
restrained. All occupants travelling
should always wear seat belts or suitable CRS as applicable.
Objects, luggage or loads are secured properly against slipping or tipping.
Rear seat is securely latched.
Sufficient fuel for the trip.
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Tyres for abnormal wear, cracks or
damage and embedded foreign material such as nails, stones, etc.
Traces of fluid and oil below vehicle.
NOTE
Water dripping from the air conditioning system after use is normal.
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All lamps, wipers, wiper blades and
horn for proper operation.
All switches, gauges and tell tales are
working properly.
Engine oil level
Coolant level
Brake fluid level
Windshield washer fluid level
Battery electrolyte level
Fuel level
NOTE
Tyre pressure to be measured at
cold condition.
Check tyre pressure and condition
after every 15days including spare
wheel.
Adjust:
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Seats, head restraints (if equipped)
and steering wheel position.
All the mirrors properly adjusted.
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Driving Tips
Personal driving style
Fuel consumption, engine, transmission,
brake and tyre wear are mainly affected
by below factors:
 Do not depress the accelerator pedal
when starting the engine.
 Do not warm up the engine when the
vehicle is stationary.
 Always adapt your driving style to suit
the prevailing road, weather conditions, and maintain a safe distance
from the vehicle in front. Drive carefully.
 Avoid frequent, sudden acceleration
and braking.
 Select appropriate gear according to
varying speeds and load conditions.
 Operating conditions of your vehicle
 Your personal driving style
Operating conditions:
 Avoid frequent start and stop as
these increase fuel consumptions.
 Always make sure that the tyre pressures are correct.
 Do not carry any unnecessary weight.
 Regularly service your vehicle and
adhere to the recommended service
maintenance schedule.
 Driving safety systems are merely
aids designed to assist driving. You
are responsible for the distance to
the vehicle in front, for vehicle speed
and anticipating braking in good
time.
WARNING
You could lose control of your vehicle if you try to adjust the driver's
seat, head restraint, mirror, steering wheel and fasten the seat belt
while driving. There is a risk of an
accident.
NOTE
Do not rest your foot on the clutch
pedal while driving.
 Switch ‘OFF’ the engine in stationary
traffic or at signals.
 Keep an eye on the vehicle's fuel consumption.
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Recommended
speeds
Gear
fuel
economy
Speed (km/h)
Diesel
Petrol
1
20
20
2
30
30
3
45
45
4
65
65
5
80
80
6
100
100
Good driving practices
 Slow down before shifting to a lower
gear. This will help avoiding revving
of the engine causing damage.
 Avoid frequent brake application
which can cause overheating of
brakes.
 Slower the vehicle speed while travelling in cross winds. This gives much
better control over the vehicle.
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 Avoid high speed when cornering or
turning.
 Depress the clutch fully while shifting
gears.
 Make sure that vehicle is completely
stationary before you attempt to shift
in reverse gear.
 Drive slowly on wet roads.
 You can get extra braking from the
engine by shifting to a lower gear.
This can help you to maintain a safe
speed and prevent your brakes from
overheating specially while going
down a hill.
Tips for obtaining better fuel efficiency
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Always maintain the specified tyre
pressure during fuel top-ups and also
before a long trip. Vehicle running
with low tyre pressure will consume
more fuel than the one running with
specified tyre pressure.
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Keep the vehicle clean. Get rid of the
not in use luggage/stuff lying in the
boot etc.
Regularly inspect your vehicle for any
leakages, worn out wires by rat bites
etc.
Always follow periodic & regular service schedule of the vehicle.
In places with high dust content (e.g.:
Gurgaon, Jaisalmer etc.), do get the
air filter cleaned every 5000 kms.
Drive smart and smooth in an anticipatory manner. Select driving mode
to suit your style.
Do not accelerate excessively when
you are in lower gears (1st or 2nd). Be
gentle on the accelerator when you
are in traffic. In lower gear, opening
more throttle will shoot the engine
RPM keeping the vehicle still at lower
speeds which indirectly implies less
distance with more fuel.
Be in the maximum possible higher
gear at a given speed. This reduces
the engine operating speeds which
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means the engine is running at lower
rpm (Revolutions per Minute) for the
same vehicle speed. Lesser the number of engine revolution lesser the
fuel burned.
Avoid harsh braking.
Maintain healthy driving habits &
while decelerating, do coasting in
gear and not in neutral or with clutch
pedal depressed.
Consider using the car AC when you
really require. Consider using lower
blower speeds rather than higher for
cooling as at higher blower speeds it
consumes more electric power which
is ultimately drawn from engine by
burning fuel.
Avoid unnecessary extra electrical
loading on the car.
Stop the engine wisely at traffic signals. Switch ‘OFF’ the engine at the
traffic signal only if the stoppage
time is high (typically more than 30
sec).
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While driving on highways, drive with
windows closed. The more you open
the windows the higher will be the resistance to the vehicle at higher
speeds which will reduce the fuel efficiency.
Do not over speed; follow the speed
limits. More the speed, higher the external resistance on the vehicle
which will finally result into unnecessary consumption of fuel.
Running-in period
The more you look after the engine when
it is new, the more satisfied you will be
with its performance in the future.
Avoid rapid acceleration and prolonged
high speed running of the engine for the
first 1,500 – 1,800 kms.
Gear
Diesel
Petrol
Speed(km/h)
Speed(km/h)
1
20
20
2
35
35
3
55
55
4
75
75
5
95
95
6
120
120
Avoid heavy loads, e.g. driving at full
throttle, during this period. Change
gears judiciously.
NOTE
Avoid excessive revving up of engine rpm. Do not keep engine at
idling for long duration.
Do not exceed the following road speeds
during running in period.
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Seat Adjustments
Front seat adjustments
Following seat adjustments can be carried out manually.
WARNING
Do not adjust the driver's seat while
driving. Adjusting the seat while
driving could cause the driver to
lose control of the vehicle.
1. Seat backrest angle adjustment
To change the seat back rest angle, lean
forward slightly and pull up the lever (1).
Adjust seat backrest until it reaches desired comfortable position. Make sure
that lever returns to its original position
and seat is securely latched.
1. Backrest angle
2. Seat height (if equipped)
3. Seat forward / rearward adjustment
lever
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NOTE
Adjust the seat backrest until your
arms are slightly angled when
holding the steering wheel.
WARNING
Never travel in a moving vehicle
with the seat backrest in an excessively reclined position as this can
be dangerous. You could slide under the seat belt in a collision.
2. Seat height
equipped)
adjustment
(If
To raise the seat, pull and continue
pumping the lever (2) in the upward direction until the seat is at the desired
height.
To lower the seat, pump the lever downward until the seat is at desired height.
3. Seat forward / rearward adjustment
Lift lever (3) and slide the seat forwards
or rearwards. Release lever and make
sure that seat is securely latched.
NOTE
Adjust the driver seat position in
such a way that the driver will be
able to operate the control pedals
conformably.
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Adjustable head restraint
(If equipped)
Rear seats
Foldable rear seats are provided. Refer
‘Stowage area’ section for more details.
Front seat
WARNING
Do not drive the vehicle without the
seat head restraints. Head restraints are intended to help reduce injuries during an accident.
Adjust the head restraint so that it is as
close to the head as possible and the
center of the head restraint supports the
back of the head at eye level. This will
reduce the potential for injury to the
head and neck in the event of an accident or similar situation.
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Rear View Mirrors
NOTE
Use antiglare position only when
necessary, as it reduces rear view
clarity.
Inside Rear View Mirror (IRVM)
To adjust the mirror move the mirror up,
down or sideways manually to obtain the
best rear view.
Outer Rear View Mirrors (ORVM)
When driving at night, set the selector
tab to select anti-glare mode to reduce
glare from the headlights of vehicles behind you.
You can adjust the outer rear view mirrors manually by joy stick or remotely by
knob. Adjust the outside rear view mirrors to desired position.
NOTE
Objects visible in mirror are actually closer than they appear. Always make sure of the actual distance from the road users traveling behind by glancing over your
shoulder.
Motorized outer rear view mirrors
(If equipped)
The switch to adjust the motorized mirrors is located on the driver’s door. You
can adjust the mirrors when the ignition
switch is in the “ACC” or “ON” position.
Auto folding
To fold / unfold the ORVMs, keep the Selector switch in center position (i.e. neither ‘L’ nor ‘R, position) and then toggle
down.
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To adjust the mirrors:
1. Move the mirror selection switch to L
(for left side) and R (for right side) to
select the mirror you with to adjust.
2. Use the 4 positions of the knob to adjust the rear view mirrors to required
position.
Rear view mirrors with joy stick
knob (If equipped)
You can adjust the outer rear view mirrors manually by joy stick knob located
in the driver’s and front passenger’s
door panel.
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Sun Visors
The sun visors can be pulled down to
block the glare coming through the windshield.
To block the glare from side windows
Pull down the sun visor and release it
from retainer. Swing the sun visor to the
side.
Vanity mirror (If equipped)
Vanity mirror is provided on the back of
the front passenger side sun visor.
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Electrical Power Assisted Steering (EPAS)
Your vehicle is equipped with electric
power assisted steering system. The
EPAS system assist you to steer the vehicle. If the engine is ‘OFF’ or if the EPAS
system becomes inoperative, the vehicle
still can be steered with more steering
effort.
In EPAS system, the steering effort becomes heavier as the vehicle speed increases and becomes lighter as the vehicle speed decreases for better control
of the vehicle at different vehicle
speeds.
This EPAS system is equipped with the
following assist features
1. Speed sensitive assist control
2. Active return control
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NOTE
The following symptoms may occur
during normal vehicle operation:
 The EPAS warning light does
not illuminate.
 The steering effort can suddenly increase, if the operation of the EPAS system is
stopped to prevent serious accidents when it detects malfunction of the EPAS system
during self-diagnosis.
 Extreme continuous steering
may increase the steering efforts. This occur to prevent internal overheating and permanent damage to steering system
 A click noise may be heard
from the EPAS relay after the
ignition switch is turned ON or
OFF position.
 Motor noise may be heard
when the vehicle is at low driving speed.
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The steering wheel may not
unlock normally in some cases
when ignition key turned ‘ON’
or engine start/stop button
pressed. If this happens, turn
the steering wheel to the right
or left slightly to unlock the
steering wheel while turning
the ignition key or pressing engine start/stop button
WARNING
If the EPAS system does not operate normally, the warning light
will illuminate on the instrument
cluster. The steering wheel rotation
may become difficult to control or
operate. Then take your vehicle to
an authorized TATA dealer and
have the EPAS system checked as
soon as possible.
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Steering wheel adjustment
You can adjust the steering wheel position to suit your convenience.
The release lever is located under the
steering column.
To adjust the steering wheel
1. Adjust the seat to a comfortable po-
sition.
2. Push release lever completely down
to unlock the steering column.
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3. Adjust the steering wheel to the de-
sired position.
4. Pull release lever up completely to
lock the steering column.
5. Make sure that steering wheel is securely locked by checking up and
down direction.
NOTE
When adjusting the steering
wheel, make sure that:
You can operate control pedals
without any obstacles.
You can see all the displays in the
instrument cluster clearly.
WARNING
Before starting off, make sure the
steering wheel position is locked.
Never unlock or adjust the steering
wheel while the vehicle is in motion.
Steering lock cum ignition switch (If
applicable)
The ignition switch has the following four
positions:
LOCK - This is the normal parking position. Key from lock can be removed in
this position only.
“LOCK” position prevents normal use of
the steering wheel after the key is removed.
To release the steering lock, insert the
key and turn it clockwise to one of the
other positions.
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ACC - Accessories such as the infotainment system can be operated, but the
engine remains ‘OFF’. Steering gets unlocked.
Starting and stopping (without
PEPS)
ON - This is the normal operating position. All electrical systems are ‘ON’.
Starting the Engine
START - Turn the key further clockwise
to the START position, (spring loaded) to
start the engine. As soon as the engine
starts, release the ignition key, which returns to ON position. While cranking, all
accessories will be momentarily ‘OFF’.
Illuminated Key Ring (if equipped)
When the vehicle is unlocked, the illuminated key ring glows up. This helps to locate ignition switch in the dark.
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Manual Transmission (MT)
Make sure that parking brake is engaged and vehicle is in neutral gear.
Depress the clutch pedal fully and crank
the engine. Do not press the accelerator
pedal when starting the engine.
NOTE
The Starter protection system fitted in this vehicle does not allow
you to crank the engine until you
fully depress the clutch pedal.
Release the key as soon as the engine
starts. Repeat if engine does not start.
NOTE
The Starter protection system
switches off the starter when it is
continuously cranked for more
than 10 secs. In such a case, get
the key back to ‘OFF’ position &
wait for 30 secs.
WARNING
The engine emits poisonous exhaust gases such as carbon monoxide. Inhaling these exhaust
gases leads to poisoning. There is
a risk of fatal injury. Therefore,
never leave the engine running in
enclosed spaces without sufficient
ventilation.
NOTE
After starting, run the engine in
idle speed for at least 30 seconds.
Do not press accelerated pedal
while starting the engine to avoid
damage to turbocharger.
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Starting off
Stopping the vehicle
To start off, depress the clutch pedal
fully and shift into 1st gear.
Turn the key to ‘ACC’ position to switch
off the engine. Before switching off the
engine, run the engine in idle condition
for at least 30 seconds and then switch
off. This will allow the engine oil to lubricate the turbocharger, till its speed is
fully reduced and also allow the unit to
cool down.
After releasing the parking brake, gradually release the clutch and slowly press
the accelerator.
NOTE
When shifting or starting off, do not
race the engine. Racing the engine
can shorten engine life and affect
smooth shifting.
WARNING
A quick burst on the accelerator
before turning off the engine
serves absolutely no practical purpose, it wastes fuel and can damage turbocharger.
WARNING
Do not switch the engine off when
it is running at high speed. This will
lead to premature turbocharger
bearing wear.
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Gear Shifting and Driving
The gearshift pattern is as shown on the
gear lever knob. Gear shifting should always be done with clutch pedal pressed
NOTE
 Gear recommendation is displayed when the clutch pedal is in
fully released position.
 If “F” is displayed in DIS of instrument cluster, it means ‘Fault’ condition. Contact a TATA MOTORS
Authorized Service Centre.
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NOTE
Depress the clutch fully when
gear shifting. The reverse gear
should be engaged only when the
vehicle is stationary. Wait for 5
seconds after declutching to ensure smooth engagement of the
reverse gear.
Do not depress clutch pedal while
driving the vehicle or when stationary on a slope.
When vehicle is in ACC/IGN/RUN
mode and user does any door
state transition including tailgate
and if PEPS does not detect smart
key inside the vehicle when last
door including tailgate is closed,
then audio warning chime comes
ON.
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Reverse gear
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WARNING
Do not switch off the ignition while
driving.
If you switch off the ignition while
driving, safety-relevant functions
are only available with limitations,
or not at all. This could affect the
power steering and the brake
boosting effect. You will require
considerably more effort to steer
and brake. There is a risk of an accident.
For engaging reverse gear, lift the latch
and keeping latch lifted, shift to reverse
position.
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Braking
Your vehicle has power assisted brakes.
The distance needed to bring the vehicle
to a halt increases with the speed of the
vehicle. Start applying brake anticipating
the distance and slow down gradually.
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WARNING
Never use the brake pedal as a
footrest.
If you rest your foot on the brake
pedal while driving, the braking
system can overheat. This increases the stopping distance and
can even cause the braking system to fail. There is a risk of an accident.
Never depress the brake pedal
and the accelerator pedal at the
same time.
If you have driven for a long time in
heavy rain without braking, there may be
a delayed reaction from the brakes when
braking for the first time. This may also
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occur after the vehicle has been
washed.
Brake performance may become poor
and unpredictable if brakes are wet.
After driving through water or washing
the underside of the vehicle, test the
brakes while driving at a slow speed to
see if they have maintained their normal
effectiveness. If the brakes are less effective than normal, dry them by repeatedly applying the brakes while driving
slowly until the brakes have regained
their normal effectiveness.
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WARNING
Do not shift to lower gear on a slippery road surface in an attempt to
increase the engine's braking effect, the drive wheels could lose
their grip.
There is an increased danger of
skidding and accidents.
Braking on downhill gradients
On long and steep gradients, you must
reduce the load on the brakes by shifting
early to a lower gear. This allows you to
take advantage of the engine braking effect and helps avoid overheating and excessive wear of the brakes.
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Automated Manual Transmission
(AMT) (if fitted)
Starting
a. Engage the parking brake firmly.
Press Brake pedal.
Stopping
The vehicle can be stopped by depressing the brake pedal regardless of the
gear position. This is because the clutch
is automatically disengaged to prevent
the engine from stalling.
If the gearshift lever is in the ‘D’ position, the gear will be downshifted to
‘1st’ when the vehicle stops. Also, if the
gearshift lever is in the ‘M’ position, the
gear will be downshifted to ‘1st’ when
the vehicle stops.
NOTE
Gear Shift Lever
Transmission (AMT) Gearbox offers a
choice of three driving modes:
1. Automated mode with the gear lever
in position ‘A’
2. Manual mode with the gear lever in
position ‘M’.
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b. Put the ignition 'ON'
c. While the brake pedal is pressed,
bring the shifter lever to Neutral - 'N'.
Check 'N on instrument cluster.
Crank to start the engine with the brake
pedal still pressed
‘DRIVE’ mode will give optimum engine Torque and Power output. Drive
the vehicle in ‘DRIVE’ mode to get
max fuel economy.
NOTE
Exhaust fan in the engine compartment will remain 'ON' for a short while
after IGN is switched 'OFF'.
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Driving Modes:
Reverse:
Drive Mode:
Vehicle is in neutral gear position. This
will be indicated
on instrument cluster.
Reverse gear will be engaged only when
vehicle is stationary and brake pedal
pressed. An audio signal indicates when
reverse gear is engaged.
will be indicated on instrument cluster.
Drive mode will be engaged only when
vehicle is stationary and brake pedal
pressed. An audio signal indicates when
Automatic gear is engaged.
will be indicated in instrument cluster
Gear Upshift and Downshift will be done
automatically while driving.


WARNING
Always make sure to keep the
gear shift lever in the “N” position,
when the engine is running and
vehicle is stationary.
Do not shift the lever in “N” position, even momentarily, when the
vehicle is in motion.
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Manual Mode:
step in the order of 1st  2nd3rd 4th
5th 6th gear.
Pull the gearshift lever to the ‘–’ direction and release it. Every time the lever
is operated, downshifting takes place in
the order 6th 5th  4th 3rd 2nd 1st
gear.
AMT Instruction sticker:
Follow the instructions provided on the
sticker before driving the vehicle.
NOTE
Down shifting of gear occurs automatically while braking/engine rpm
reduction.
Shift gear lever to left for engaging manual mode. An audio signal indicates
when manual mode is engaged.
will
be indicated in instrument cluster.
In manual mode, driver should select the
desired gear by shifting lever to,
+ Upshift the gears.
- Downshift the gears.
Push the gearshift lever to the ‘+’ direction and release it. Every time the lever
is operated, upshifting takes place 1
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In manual mode, gears are not shifted
automatically unless the engine RPM
threshold is reached.
Creeping feature
Creeping function allows the car movement without accelerator Pedal pressed
when the brake pedal is released.
This functionality is generally used in
parking maneuvers, with 1st or ‘R’ gear
engaged, in this situations the driver enters and exits from creeping just by
pressing the Acc. pedal.
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NOTE
Creeping function will not operate
when vehicle is in standstill condition
on inclined surface.
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
Creep feature is enabled for Manual
as well as Auto Mode for first and
reverse gear.
After vehicle cranking and brake pedal released vehicle starts moving
without pressing accelerator Pedal.
Whenever accelerator pedal is
pressed creep function will be disabled.
Whenever driver door is opened and
/ or parking brake is engaged, creep
function will be disabled.
Kick down feature
In Automatic mode, while driving at a
constant speed if the accelerator pedal
is quickly pressed the AMT downshifts
the gear (if required). It ensures optimum acceleration to complete overtaking in minimal time.
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Driving
a. With the engine running and brake
pedal pressed, depending on your requirement shift the lever on R, D or
M. Check the position engaged on
the Instrument Cluster display.
b. Release the parking brake.
c. Release the brake pedal and press
the accelerator pedal gently.
NOTE
Use right foot only to operate brake
or accelerator pedal.
Do not operate accelerator and
brake pedal simultaneously.
Do not use your left leg to operate the
pedals while driving AMT vehicle.
NOTE
If
displayed on the Instrument
Cluster display, it means ‘Fault condition. Contact a TATA MOTORS Authorized Service Centre immediately.
Parking
AMT does not have a parking position.
The vehicle can be parked with the gearshift lever in any position.
1. Apply the parking brake firmly.
2. Depress the brake pedal and shift
the gearshift lever to the ‘R’ position
on a downhill slope, or to the drive ‘D’
mode or the ‘M’ position in the manual ‘M’ mode on an uphill slope or
flat road and confirm the gear position by checking the gear position indicator on instrument cluster. Gear
engagement (R or A) can be done
with ignition ON/engine running condition only.
3. Turn the key to ‘ACC’ position to
switch off the engine. Before switching off the engine, run the engine in
idle condition for at least 30 seconds
and then switch off. This will allow
the engine oil to lubricate the turbocharger, till its speed is fully reduced
and also allow the unit to cool down.
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WARNING
A quick burst on the accelerator
before turning off the engine
serves absolutely no practical purpose, it wastes fuel and is damaging especially to turbocharged engine.
WARNING
Do not switch the engine off when
it is running at high speed. This will
lead to premature turbocharger
bearing wear.
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Driving (MT)
Climbing Sharp Gradients on Loose
Surfaces
Start off smoothly in a suitable gear. Accelerate smoothly so that there is no loss
of traction by over-revving of the engine.
Choose as smooth a slope as possible
and select the appropriate gear so that
gear changing in the middle of the climb
is not required.
Changing gears in the middle of the
climb can cause loss of momentum and
engine stalling. Shifting to lower gear
has to be done cautiously to avoid loss
of traction.
Under no conditions should the vehicle
be moved diagonally across a hill. The
danger is in loss of traction and sideways
slippage, possibly resulting in toppling
over. If unavoidable, choose as mild an
angle as possible and keep the vehicle
moving.
If the wheels start to slip within few feet
of the end of the climb, motion can be
maintained by swinging the steered
wheels left and right, thereby providing
increased grip.
If the vehicle stalls or losses headway
while climbing a steep hill, make a quick
shift to reverse and allow the vehicle to
move back with the control of engine
compression.
Descending Sharp Gradients
Depending on the severity of the gradient, shift into appropriate gear. Use engine braking judiciously without over-revving the engine.
Brake application under such situations
should be done very.
WARNING
When descending on sharp gradients, NEVER turn the ignition key to
the ‘OFF’ position. Emission control system damage may result.
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NOTE
The engine can only be started when
the gearshift lever is in “N” position
with the brake pedal firmly pressed.
Driving (AMT)
Climbing Sharp Gradients
Apply the parking brake firmly so that the
vehicle does not roll backwards.
Shift the gearshift lever to the “A” position while depressing the brake pedal.
Make sure that the gear position indicator in the instrument cluster displays
‘1st’ gear.
Release the brake pedal and depress
the accelerator pedal gradually, and
when the vehicle starts to move, release
the parking brake and depress the accelerator pedal to start off.
On climbing sharp gradients, never hold
the vehicle at a stop using only the accelerator pedal or the creeping function.
If you perform this operation for a certain
period of time, this can also cause excessive damage to the clutch.
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WARNING
Try not to hold the brake pedal
down too long or too often while going down a steep or long hill.
This could cause the brakes to
overheat, resulting in reduced
braking efficiency. Failure to take
this precaution could result in loss
of vehicle control.
Descending Sharp Gradients
Depress the brake pedal and shift the
gear shift lever to the ‘A’ position. Make
sure that the gear position indicator in
the instrumental cluster displays ‘1st’
gear.
Release the brake pedal and depress
the accelerator pedal slowly. Even if the
accelerator pedal is not depressed, the
clutch will be engaged when the vehicle
speed increases.
WARNING
When descending on sharp gradients, NEVER turn the ignition key to
the ‘OFF’ position. Emission control system damage may result.
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Starting and stopping (PEPS)
Engine Passive Start/Stop
Start/Stop switch is provided on the
dashboard towards the left side of steering wheel.
Start / Stop Switch
A Start Stop Switch (SSSW) or Push to
Start Button is a main component of Passive (Engine) Start and Stop system. It is
used to control ACC, IGN outputs as well
as to start and stop the engine.
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NOTE
 If Smart key is inside the vehicle
and on pressing start stop switch,
if start stop switch green LED
blink for 10 sec. duration then rotate steering wheel and simultaneously press start stop switch
again.
 If smart key is inside the vehicle
and on pressing start stop switch,
if start stop switch green LED
blinks more than 10 sec. duration
then contact authorized TATA MOTORS dealer.
 If ESCL (Electronic Column Steering Lock) is not unlocked properly,
then vehicle doesn’t go into ACC
mode
Backup start:
If smart key battery voltage is low or
empty and vehicle is in OFF mode then
to start the engine user needs to press
start/stop button two times with interval
of 2.5 sec. between two switch press after pressing the clutch pedal (Non AMT)
OR brake pedal (AMT) with valid smart
key near Immobilizer antenna (below
head unit).
Emergency start:
If Vehicle Engine is switched from ON to
OFF and Start Stop button is pressed
with clutch press (Non AMT) OR with
brake press (AMT) within 5 sec, Engine
gets crank.
NOTE
If ESCL (Electronic Column Steering Lock) is not unlocked properly,
then Engine will not get cranked.

Single Press Start:
1. Bring the smart key with you and sit
in the driver seat.
2. Press the clutch pedal and then
press the start-stop switch.
3. Green colour LED on start-stop
switch turn ON.
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4. Once engine started successfully,
green colour LED on start-stop switch
remains ON.

Two Step Start:
a) Step 1
1. Bring the smart key with you and sit
in the driver seat.
2. Press the start-stop switch without
pressing clutch pedal.
3. Amber colour LED on start-stop
switch turns ON.
4. Engine will remain OFF and all electrical equipment and infotainment
system can be used. Steering is unlocked.
b) Step 2
1. Press the clutch pedal and then
press start-stop switch to start the
engine.
2. Green colour LED on start-stop
switch turn ON.
3. Once engine start successfully,
green colour LED on start-stop switch
will remain ON
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
Three Step Start:
a) Step 1
1. Pressing the smart key with you and
2. Green colour LED on start-stop
switch turn ON.
3. Once engine started successfully,
green colour LED on start-stop switch
will remain ON.
sit in the driver seat.
2. Press the start-stop switch without
pressing clutch pedal
3. Amber colour LED on start-stop
switch turn ON
4. Limited display on instrument cluster
will be ON and steering will be unlocked. Engine remain OFF.
Option I
Passive Stop / OFF -Single Press
Stop:

IGN is ON and engine is running.

Customer presses start-stop switch
with or without clutch (MT) / brake
(AT / AMT).
2. Green colour LED on start-stop

ACC and IGN relay turns OFF.
3. Engine will remain OFF and all elec-

LED on start-stop switch turns OFF.
b) Step 2
1. Press the start-stop switch without
pressing clutch pedal again
switch turn ON
trical equipment and infotainment
system can be used.
c) Step 3
1. Press the clutch pedal and then
press start-stop switch to start the
engine.
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Option II
Manual Transmission (MT)
Emergency stop / OFF -Single Long
Press Stop:
Starting the Engine

IGN is ON and engine is running
Make sure that parking brake is engaged and vehicle is in neutral gear.

Vehicle is in running condition i.e.
wheel rpm >10 RPM or wheel sensor
faulty.

Customer does long press of startstop switch i.e. pressed for more
than 3 seconds
Depress the clutch pedal fully and crank
the engine. Do not press the accelerator
pedal when starting the engine.

IGN relay turns OFF, ACC relay remains ON.

Amber colour LED on start-stop
switch turns ON.

WARNING
When vehicle is in OFF mode ( ACC,
IGN and Crank OFF) and user tries
to lock the vehicle from outside by
pressing any door handle switch
and if PEPS detect smart key left inside the vehicle, then audio warning / chime comes ON.
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NOTE
The Starter protection system fitted in this vehicle does not allow
you to crank the engine until you
fully depress the clutch
pedal.
Release the key as soon as the engine
starts. Repeat if engine does not start.
NOTE
The Starter protection system
switches off the starter when it is
continuously cranked for more
than 10 secs. In such a case, get
the key back to ‘OFF’ position &
wait for 30 secs.
WARNING
The engine emits poisonous exhaust gases such as carbon monoxide. Inhaling these exhaust
gases leads to poisoning. There is
a risk of fatal injury. Therefore,
never leave the engine running in
enclosed spaces without sufficient
ventilation.
NOTE
After starting, run the engine in
idle speed for at least 30 seconds.
Do not press accelerated pedal
while starting the engine to avoid
damage to turbocharger.
Starting off
To start off, depress the clutch pedal
fully and shift into 1st gear.
After releasing the parking brake, gradually release the clutch and slowly press
the accelerator.
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NOTE
When shifting or starting off, do not
race the engine. Racing the engine
can shorten engine life and affect
smooth shifting.
Stopping the vehicle
WARNING
Do not switch the engine off when
it is running at high speed. This will
lead to premature turbocharger
bearing wear.
Gear Shifting
Turn the key to ‘ACC’ position to switch
off the engine. Before switching off the
engine, run the engine in idle condition
for at least 30 seconds and then switch
off. This will allow the engine oil to lubricate the turbocharger, till its speed is
fully reduced and also allow the unit to
cool down.
WARNING
A quick burst on the accelerator
before turning off the engine
serves absolutely no practical purpose, it wastes fuel and can damage turbocharger.
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NOTE

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
The gearshift pattern is as shown on the
gear lever knob. Gear shifting should always be done with clutch pedal pressed.


Depress the clutch fully when
gear shifting. The reverse gear
should be engaged only when the
vehicle is stationary. Wait for 5
seconds after declutching to ensure smooth engagement of the
reverse gear.
Do not depress clutch pedal while
driving the vehicle or when stationary on a slope.
When vehicle is in ACC/IGN/RUN
mode and user does any door
state transition including tailgate
and if PEPS does not detect smart
key inside the vehicle when last
door including tailgate is closed,
then audio warning chime comes
ON.
Gear recommendation is displayed when the clutch pedal is in
fully released position.
If “F” is displayed in DIS of instrument cluster, it means ‘Fault’ condition. Contact a TATA MOTORS
Authorized Service Centre.
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

WARNING
Do not switch off the ignition while
driving.
If you switch off the ignition while
driving, safety-relevant functions
are only available with limitations,
or not at all. This could affect the
power steering and the brake
boosting effect. You will require
considerably more effort to steer
and brake. There is a risk of an accident.
Reverse gear
Braking
Your vehicle has power assisted brakes.
The distance needed to bring the vehicle
to a halt increases with the speed of the
vehicle. Start applying brake anticipating
the distance and slow down gradually.


For engaging reverse gear, lift the latch
and keeping latch lifted, shift to reverse
position.

WARNING
Never use the brake pedal as a
footrest.
If you rest your foot on the brake
pedal while driving, the braking
system can overheat. This increases the stopping distance and
can even cause the braking system to fail. There is a risk of an accident.
Never depress the brake pedal
and the accelerator pedal at the
same time.
If you have driven for a long time in
heavy rain without braking, there may be
a delayed reaction from the brakes when
braking for the first time. This may also
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occur after the vehicle has been
washed.
Brake performance may become poor
and unpredictable if brakes are wet.
After driving through water or washing
the underside of the vehicle, test the
brakes while driving at a slow speed to
see if they have maintained their normal
effectiveness. If the brakes are less effective than normal, dry them by repeatedly applying the brakes while driving
slowly until the brakes have regained
their normal effectiveness.
Braking on downhill gradients
On long and steep gradients, you must
reduce the load on the brakes by shifting
early to a lower gear. This allows you to
take advantage of the engine braking effect and helps avoid overheating and excessive wear of the brakes.


WARNING
Do not shift to lower gear on a slippery road surface in an attempt to
increase the engine's braking effect, the drive wheels could lose
their grip.
There is an increased danger of
skidding and accidents.
Drive Mode
‘ECO ‘, ‘CITY’ and ‘SPORT’ drive modes
are provided. These modes can be used
to adjust engine characteristics and vehicle performance in line with desired requirement.
Drive mode selection switch is provided
on center console for activation
.
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Drive
Mode
CITY
ECO
SPORT
Performance
Increased engine Torque
and Power output for
BALANCED performance
Optimum engine Torque
and Power output for
FUEL EFFICIENT performance
Produce more torque
from engine.
Current gear indication
The Driver Information display (DIS) in
the Instrument Cluster indicates the cur-
Parking Brake
Mechanical parking brake acting on the
rear wheels is provided on the vehicle.
rent gear position engaged.
Gear recommendation
Up or down arrow will be displayed in
DIS, recommending whenever gear
should be shifted to up or down.
Parking brake applied
To apply the parking brake, pull the lever
up fully (1). The parking brakes tell tale
illuminates on the instrument cluster.
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Mechanical parking brake acting only on
the rear wheels is provided on the vehicle. To apply the parking brake, pull the
lever up fully. The parking brakes telltale illuminates on the instrument cluster. To release it, pull the lever up
slightly, press the release button and
push the lever down. Parking brakes telltale on the instrument cluster will turn
‘OFF’ when the lever is fully released.
3-color moving gridlines guides the user
to understand the rear object distance
exactly. The grid line updated in the motion of the vehicle and as well as with
steering input.
Rear Camera (If equipped)
Parking brake released
To release it, pull the lever up slightly (1),
press the release button (2) and push
the lever down (3). Parking brakes telltale on the instrument cluster will turn
‘OFF’ when the lever is fully released.
Display screen
NOTE
Apply the parking brake properly
before leaving the vehicle and release it before moving.
Rear view camera is located on tailgate
and it allows users to view the rear objects.
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Reverse Park Assist with sensor
(If equipped)
displayed on the vehicles infotainment
system.
Reverse Park Assist system is an electronic parking aid that will assist you to
park your vehicle safely when in reverse
gear mode. It provides audio and visual
information through the vehicles infotainment system.
WARNING
0 to 25 cm obstacle detection performance is not guaranteed due to
ultrasonic sensor technology limitation.
Option I
Option II
Operation
The reverse park assist will automatically start functioning once you engage
reverse gear. Display will be seen on infotainment screen.
NOTE
Turning the ignition ‘OFF’ ‘while
the Park assist feature in running
would disable the feature.
Park assist indications
In case of Reverse park assist system
malfunctions, the following screen may
appear on the infotainment system.
Reason for this fault may be
There are 4 ultrasonic sensors placed on
the rear bumper of the vehicle. Once the
system is activated, the sensors will detect the proximity of an obstacle from the
bumper, and this information would be
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The system displays the Park assist
screen when the reverse gear is engaged. The display is stopped when the
reverse gear is disengaged.
a. Park assists control failure
b. Sensor Malfunction
c. Partner components such as Infotainment music system, Instrument
Cluster or Body Control Module failure.
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Reverse park assist limitations
Reverse Park Assist system is not a collision avoiding system. It is solely the
driver’s responsibility to park the vehicle
safely.
Reverse Park Assist feature works on ultra sound echo technology, due to which
performance is not guaranteed in following scenarios:
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 If the object has a sharp edge surface, where surface may divert echoes from sensor reception.
 If object is mesh fence made up of
thin wires, where echoes can’t be
given by the surface.
 Fast moving objects passes in the
sensor field of detection, where echoes are not processed by the system.
 If object is made/covered by foam or
sponge or snow where ultrasonic
sound signals are absorbed.
 Objects close to the rear bumper can
go undetected by the Reverse Park
Assist field of detection. Driver
should use extreme caution while
parking the vehicle.
NOTE
Turning the ignition ‘OFF’ ‘while
the Park assist feature in running
would disable the feature.
Reverse park assist system preventive maintenance
1. Regularly clean the sensors and
keep them free from dust, ice, mud,
water, chewing gum etc. for proper
working of the system. Use a smooth
cloth for cleaning.
2. Do not use water at high pressure for
cleaning the sensor or camera.
3. Do not cover the sensor surface with
any additional fitment. This will interrupt park assist performance.
WARNING
Due to any reason, if the sensor
gets misaligned or loses its intended fitment position, contact
your dealer for refitment.
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Vehicle parking
 Park the vehicle in a safe place.
Switch on the indicator signal before
turning to park.
 Apply the parking brake.
 Ensure that all window glasses are
closed and all lamps are turned
‘OFF’.
 At night, put on the parking lights if
required.
 Remove the key from the ignition
switch and lock the vehicle.
 Block the wheel if parked on a slope.
NOTE
When parking on a downhill gradient, place the gear lever in
‘Reverse’ position. While parking
on uphill gradient, place the gear
lever in the ‘1st’ position.
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WARNING
Never leave children unsupervised
in the parked vehicle. They could
also operate the vehicle's equipment. There is a risk of an accident
and injury.
NOTE
Do not use parking brake for braking unless unavoidable circumstances like when service brake is
not working properly. The braking
distance is considerably longer
and the wheels could lock. There is
an increased danger of skidding
and accidents.
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EMERGENCY AND BREAKDOWN ASSISTANCE
Emergency Equipment
You should be familiar with the location
of the emergency equipment provided in
the vehicle and how to use it.
Tool kit, tow hook, jack and spare
wheel
Check this equipment periodically and
ensure that they are in proper working
condition and stowed at their locations.
NOTE
The jack should be used only to
change wheels. It is important to
read the jacking instructions in this
section before attempting to use
the jack.
Advance warning triangle
First aid kit
The first aid kit is kept inside the glove
box compartment.
The kit contains items that can be used
in case of minor injuries only.
NOTE
Check contents of the first aid kit
periodically and replenish consumed or expired items.
Tool kit, tow hook, jack and spare wheel
are provided in Tray below rear floor.
1. Tool kit
2. Tow hook
3. Jack
4. Spare wheel
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An advance warning triangle is kept in
the luggage compartment.
Use advance warning triangle to warn
the approaching traffic in case of vehicle
break-down or during emergency, where
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NOTE
After using the warning triangle tie
it firmly and keep it inside the bag
to avoid rattling noise.

Take out the tray.
Spare Wheel removal process

To access the spare wheel, open the
tail gate and lift the carpet up
your vehicle could become a potential
traffic hazard.
Press hazard warning switch, all turn signal lamps will start blinking
Keep the warning triangle at an approximate distance of 50-150 m behind your
vehicle in the same lane of traffic. The
reflecting side of the triangle should face
the oncoming traffic and it should be
free from any obstacles.
Remove the advance warning triangle
carefully from the bag and assemble. Refer instructions given on the bag.
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
To remove the spare wheel, unscrew
and remove the retaining bolt.
Hazard Warning Switch
Press the hazard warning switch to activate the hazard warning. All the turn signal lamps will flash simultaneously. To
turn OFF, press the switch again.
Use the hazard warning to warn the traffic during emergency parking or when
your vehicle could otherwise become a
traffic hazard.
The hazard warning lamps can operate
even if the ignition is switched off.
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In Case of Flat Tyre
 Reduce vehicle speed gradually,
without making any sudden steering
or braking maneuvers. Pay attention
to the traffic conditions as you do so.
 Switch on the hazard warning lamps.
 Stop the vehicle on solid, non-slippery and level ground, as far away as
possible from traffic.
 If possible, bring the front wheels into
the straight-ahead position.
 Secure the vehicle against rolling
away.
 Set the parking brake firmly and shift
into “R” (Reverse) gear.
 Switch off the engine.
 Keep advance warning triangle at a
suitable distance behind the vehicle
as an indication of breakdown.
 Close all the doors.
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WARNING
If you drive with a flat tyre, there is
a risk of the following hazards:
 A flat tyre affects the ability to
steer or brake the vehicle.
 You could lose control of the vehicle.
 Continued driving with a flat tyre
will permanently damage the
tyre and cause excessive heat
buildup and possibly a fire.
There is a risk of an accident.
Changing flat tyre
Loosen the nuts (as indicated) on the
wheel in diagonal sequence. Do not unscrew the nuts completely before jacking
the vehicle.
NOTE
 The jack is designed only to raise



Wheel nut removal


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and hold the vehicle for a short
time while a wheel is being
changed. It is not suited for performing maintenance work under
the vehicle.
Use the jack on level, hard
ground. Avoid changing the wheel
on uphill and downhill slopes. Apply wheel chokes if vehicle is
parked on slope.
Before raising the vehicle, secure
it from rolling away by applying
the parking brake.
Do not use wooden blocks or similar objects as a jack underlay.
Never place your hands and feet
or lie under the raised vehicle
when it is supported by the jack.
Never run the engine when the vehicle is supported by the jack and
never allow passengers to remain
in the vehicle.
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 Never open or close a door or the
tailgate when the vehicle is
raised.
Jacking point location on vehicle
Assemble the Jack handle and wheel
spanner (as shown in jacking fig.)
Position the jack vertically and raise it by
turning the jack handle clockwise until
the jack sits completely on jacking point
and the base of the jack lies evenly on
the ground.
The jacking points
are indicated on
sill cover of the vehicle (Refer jacking
point location).
Jacking point location
WARNING
If you do not position the jack correctly at the appropriate jacking
point of the vehicle, the jack could
tip over with the vehicle raised.
There is a risk of injury.
Continue to raise the jack slowly and
smoothly until the tyre clears the ground.
Do not raise the vehicle more than necessary.
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Remove wheel mounting nuts with the
help of wheel spanner and take out flat
tyre.
NOTE
Do not place wheel nuts in sand or
on a dirty surface. Do not apply oil
or grease on it.
Roll the spare wheel into position and
align the holes in the wheel studs.
Jacking front wheel
Place the flat tyre at spare wheel location.
NOTE
Check and correct the tyre pressure and wheel nuts tightness of
the changed wheel at nearest authorised service station.
Get the flat tyre repaired at the earliest.
Install wheel nuts with their cone shaped
end facing the wheel. Tighten each nut
by hand until the wheel is securely
seated on the hub.
Lower the jack completely then tighten
the wheel nuts one by one using wheel
spanner.
Press fit the wheel cover back (if fitted).
Restore all the tools and jack at their
respective location.
Jacking rear wheel
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Jump Lead Starting
mounting stud/nut) of the vehicle of
discharged battery.
Use only a battery of same rating & capacity to jump start your vehicle. Position
the booster battery close to your vehicle
so that the jump leads will reach both
batteries.
 Start the engine of the vehicle with
the discharged battery.
 Before disconnecting the jumper cables, let the engine run for several
minutes.
When using a battery of another vehicle,
do not let the vehicles touch.
Apply the parking brake firmly and keep
the gearshift lever in neutral.
 If the booster battery you are using is
fitted to another vehicle, start the engine of the vehicle with the booster
battery. Run the engine at moderate
speed.
Turn off all vehicle accessories, except
those necessary for safety like hazard
warning lamps.
 Connect one end of the first jump
lead to the positive (+) terminal of the
discharged battery.
Make jump lead connections as follows:
 Connect the other end to the positive
(+) terminal of the booster battery.
 Remove the jump leads in the exact
reverse order in which you connected
them.
 Connect one end of the second jump
lead to the negative (–) terminal of
the booster battery.
NOTE
Do not disconnect the discharged
battery from the vehicle.
 Make the final connection (other end
of the negative terminal) to an unpainted, heavy metal part (i.e. engine
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WARNING
Never connect the jump lead directly to the negative (–) terminal
of the discharged battery. This may
lead to an explosion.
WARNING
 Do not allow battery electrolyte to
come in contact with eyes, skin,
fabrics or painted surfaces. The
fluid contains acid which can
cause injury and severe damage.
Wear protective apparel. Do not
inhale any battery gases. Keep
children away from batteries. In
case if battery acid comes in contact with the skin, wash it off immediately with water and seek
medical attention.
 During charging and jump-starting, explosive gases can escape
from the battery. There is a risk of
an explosion. Particularly avoid
fire, open flames, creating sparks
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and smoking. Ensure there is sufficient ventilation while charging
and jump-starting. Do not lean
over the battery.
 Make sure that the positive terminal of a connected battery does
not come into contact with vehicle
parts. Never place metal objects
or tools on a battery.
 It is important that you observe
the described order of the battery
terminals when connecting and
disconnecting a battery. If you are
in doubt, seek assistance from
qualified specialist workshop.
 Never connect or disconnect the
battery terminals while the engine
is running.
Towing
When towing a break down vehicle, certain precautions and procedures must
be taken to prevent damage to the vehicle and/or components. Failure to use
standard
towing
precautionary
measures when lifting or towing a break
down vehicle could result in an unsafe
operating condition.
To ensure proper towing and to prevent
accidental damage to your vehicle, take
help of a TATA MOTORS authorized
dealer or a commercial tow-truck service.
NOTE
Make sure that the parking brake
is released; vehicle in neutral gear
position and steering wheel is unlocked. The power steering functions only when engine is running.
Hence, during towing the steering
efforts will be more.
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WARNING
 Never get under your vehicle after it has been lifted by a tow
truck.
 For towing a vehicle, the best way
is to use a wrecker. Alternatively
use a rigid tow bar.
 Switch 'ON' the hazard warning
indicators of both the vehicles to
warn other road users.
 Limit the speed to 20-30 kmph.
 In case of brake failure, use the
parking brake to control the
vehicle.
 Fasten the tow rope or tow bar at
the towing eyes. Otherwise, the
vehicle could be damaged.
 When towing, pull away slowly and
smoothly. If the tractive power is
too high, the vehicles could be
damaged.
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Tow hook fitment
Recommended towing

In case of break down, we recommend
that your vehicle be towed with the driving wheels off the ground or place the vehicle on a flatbed truck as shown.



Open the tailgate and remove tow
hook from the tool kit.
Open the tow hook cover provided on
the front bumper by pressing it at the
bottom part and simultaneously pulling it at the top (as shown in fig).
Screw in and tighten the tow hook in
clockwise direction.
After towing, remove the towing hook
and press fit the cover properly.
Place the towing hook in the vehicle
tool kit.
WARNING


Never tow your vehicle with the
front wheels on the ground or
four wheels on the ground (forward or backward), as this may
cause serious damage to the
transmission.
When towing with the rear
wheels on the ground or on towing dollies, place the ignition
switch in the ‘ACC’ or ‘ON’ position, and secure the steering
wheel in the straight-ahead position with a rope or similar device.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
EMERGENCY AND BREAKDOWN ASSISTANCE
Fuses
Checking and replacing fuses
Your vehicle has fuse boxes at three locations.
If any electrical unit in your vehicle is not
functioning, check the fuses first.
The vehicles electrical circuits have
fuses to protect the wiring from short circuits or sustained overload.
Please follow the steps below that will
guide you to check and replace them.
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
Apply parking brake
Switch off all electrical accessories.
Turn the ignition key to the 'LOCK' position.
In the fuse box, identify the defective
fuse from its melted wire.
1. Battery Mounted Fuse Box.
2. Engine Compartment Fuse Box.
3. Cabin Compartment Fuse Box.
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
Remove the blown fuse by “fuse
puller”. The fuse puller and spare
fuses are provided in the engine
compartment fuse box.
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at nearest TATA MOTORS Authorized
Service Centre immediately.
Engine compartment fuse box

Battery mounted fuse box
WARNING
If you manipulate or bridge a faulty
fuse or if you replace it with a fuse
with higher amperage, the electric
cables could be overloaded. This
could result in a fire. There is a risk
of an accident and injury.
Always replace faulty fuses with
the specified new fuses having the
correct amperage.
Blown fuses must be replaced with
fuses of same rating, which you can
recognize by color and value.
NOTE
Always ensure that the spare fuses
are replenished.


Ensure that all other fuses are
pressed firmly in position.
If a newly inserted fuse also blows,
have the cause traced and rectified
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EMERGENCY AND BREAKDOWN ASSISTANCE
Fuse
No.
PF1
Function
STARTER
MOTOR
Fuse
Rating
Engine compartment fuse box
(Diesel)
Fuses - Engine Compartment
(Diesel)
CAL 1
WARNING
If Fuse box cover is removed for any
reason, it should be refitted properly
at its original position.
NOTE
The fuse box layout is for reference
purpose only. Please refer the
sticker provided inside the fuse
box cover.
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Fuse
No.
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Function
ALTERNATOR (DIESEL)
SUPPLY TO CABIN
FUSE BOX
ABS ECU
GLOW PLUG
(DIESEL)
COOLING / RADIATOR FAN
STARTER MOTOR
SOL RELAY CONTACT
RADIATOR FAN SERIES RESISTIR
(LOW)
SUPPLY TO CABIN
FUSE BOX-1
Fuse
Rating
150A
60A
40A
16
30A
25A
60A
15A
42
ABC ECU
5A
FRONT WIPER MOTOR
20A
SPARE
-
17
SPARE
-
43
18
EMS BATT / MAIN
RELAY
5A
44
19
BRAKE SWITCH
10A
45
20
SPARE
-
46
21
FORNT WASH MOTOR (NON BCM)/
FRONT FOG LAMP
10A
22
STATER FEEDBACK
5A
23
SPARE
-
24
SPARE
-
25
H/L LOW
15A
26
SPARE
-
27
TRANS. CONTROL
UNIT (AMT)
10A
28
ECU SENSOR
15A
SPARE
-
60A
40A
HORN HIGH / LOW
TONE
8
HEAD LAMP SUPPLY
40A
9
TRANS. CONTROL
UNIT (AMT)
30A
10
IGNITION LOAD
40A
11
EPAS
60A
29
12
COMPRESSOR
10A
38
EMS ECU
15A
13
MAIN RELAY
30A
14
ABS ECU
25A
39
ECU RELAY CONTROL
5A
SPARE
-
15
TRANS. CONTROL
UNIT (AMT)
40
10A
41
REVERSE AND
BRAKE LAMP
10A
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REAR WIPER MOTOR
HEAD LAMP HIGH
BEAM
10A
15A
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Fuses - Engine Compartment
(Petrol)
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
Fuse
No.
Function
2
SUPPLY CABIN FUSE
BOX- 1
ABS ECU
3
SPARE
1
Fuse
Rating
60A
40A
-
19
BRAKE SWITCH
10A
20
FUEL PUMP
15A
21
22
23
FRONT WASH MOTOR (NON BCM)
STARTER FEEDBACK
10A
5A
SPARE
-
24
SPARE
-
25
HEAD LAMP LOW
BEAM
15A
26
SPARE
10A
4
COOLING FAN
40A
5
STARTER MOTOR
SOL RELAY CONTACT
30A
6
SPARE
-
7
SUPPLY CABIN FUSE
BOX- 2
60A
27
8
HEAD LAMP
40A
TRANS. CONTROL
UNIT (AMT)
ECU SENSOR
15A
9
TRANS. CONTROL
UNIT (AMT)
28
30A
29
IGNITION DYL
15A
10
IGNITION LOAD
40A
38
EMS ECU
15A
11
EPAS
60A
39
5A
12
COMPRESSOR
10A
ECU RELAY CONTROL
40
INJECTORS
15A
13
MAIN RELAY
30A
14
ABS ECU
25A
42
15
TRANS. CONTROL
UNIT (AMT)
10A
43
16
HORN
15A
44
41
17
SPARE
-
45
18
MAIN RELAY
5A
46
REVERSE AND
BRAKE LAMP
ABC ECU
FRONT WIPER MOTOR
SPARE
REAR WIPER MOTOR
HEAD LAMP HIGH
BEAM
10A
5A
20A
10A
15A
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Cabin compartment fuse box
Re-fitment procedure
Cover removal procedure
Align and engage the top and bottom
mounting lugs with respective slots on
dash board and press the cover firmly.
Fuse box is located inside the cover below steering column. To access the fuse
box, remove cover as per procedure
given below.
1. Fuse box cover is mounted on dash
board with the help of lugs at the top
and bottom of the cover from inside.
Cabin compartment fuse box
2. To remove the cover, gently pull the
cover from bottom side such that the
lugs get disengaged.
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EMERGENCY AND BREAKDOWN ASSISTANCE
Fuses - Cabin Compartment
Fuse
No.
Function
1
HL RLY CL / BCM
5A/20A
2
ACC BATTERY
15A
3
TRANSIT/INFO
15A
4
BCM
20A
5
BCM
20A
6
BLOWER
30A
7
INT LAMP/MIR ADJ MTR
5A/5A
8
POWER SKT FRT
15A
9
INFOTAINMENT/FLASHER
5A/15A
10
RESTRAINTS CONTROL
MODULE
5A
11
IMMOBILIZER /
EPAS/CLUSTER
5A
12
IGNITION
10A
13
IGN SW / PEPS/REALY
COIL
10A
14
CDL
15A
15
CLUSTER /OBD
10A
16
TAILGATE REALESE MOTOR
10A
17
18
19
20
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Fuse
Rating
PARK LAMP LH / POSITION LAMP LH
5A
REAR BLOWER
10A
HVAC
10A
HEATED REAR SCREEN
25A
IGN-ACC
5A
IGN KEY-IN/PEPS
5A/5A
21
PARK LAMP RH/POSITION LAMP RH
5A
POWER SKT RR
15A
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Bulb Specification
Sr. No.
132
Rating
Type
Qty.
1
HIGH BEAM + LOW BEAM
Description
12V, 55W
H7
4
2
TURN SIGNAL FRONT
12V, 24W
PSY24W
2
3
TURN SIGNAL REAR
12V, 21W
PY21W
2
4
FOG LAMP FRONT (If applicable)
12V, 19W
H16
2
5
FOG LAMP RAER (If applicable)
12V, 21W
P21W
1
6
STOP LAMP
12V, 16W
W16W
2
7
POSITION LAMP FRONT
12V, 5W
W5W
2
8
POSITION LAMP REAR
LED
LED MODULE
2
9
REVERSE LAMP (Option I)
12V, 10W
R10W
2
10
REVERSE LAMP (Option II)
12V, 21W
P21W
1
11
REAR REGISTRATION PLATE LAMP
LED
LED MODULE
2
12
SIDE REPEATER LAMP- ON ORVM
LED
LED MODULE
2
13
ROOF LAMP
LED
LED MODULE
1
14
HIGH MOUNTED STOP LAMP
LED
LED MODULE
1
15
REAR BOOT LAMP
12V, 5W
W5W
1
16
GLOVE BOX LAMP
12V, 5W
W5W
1
17
DRL/Position (If applicable)
LED
LED MODULE
2
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
EMERGENCY AND BREAKDOWN ASSISTANCE
Head Lamp bulb Replacements



WARNING
The engine should not be running when changing bulbs.
If the engine has been running
just prior to replacing bulbs in
the headlight housing, please
keep in mind that components
in the engine compartment will
be hot.
Your vehicle’s headlamps have
replaceable halogen bulbs.
Headlamp bulbs can be replaced without even disturbing
or removing the entire headlamp unit.
Open the bonnet to access the headlamps.
1. Replacing the low beam bulb
1. Lift the bonnet to access the bulbs.
2. Remove the dust cover press fit
cover by simply pulling it off.
3. Press the pin and pull the connector
from the bulb.
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6. Insert the new bulb (without touching
the glass) into the socket.
7. Move the retaining spring up and
push it slightly until it locks properly.
8. Refit the connector into the bulb and
press the dust cover on headlamp
housing to fit it properly.

4. To free the headlamp bulb from the
socket, press and swing the retaining
spring and pull it straight back.
5. Pull out the bulb from the socket.

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WARNING
It is dangerous if a halogen bulb
breaks. These bulbs contain
pressurized gas and if broken,
will explode causing serious injury by the flying glass.
Halogen bulbs can break if the
glass portion is touched with
bare hands, body oil could
cause the bulb to heat unevenly
and explode when lit.
Never touch the glass portion of
the bulb with your bare hands
and always wear eye protection
when handling or working
around halogen bulbs. Always
keep halogen bulbs out of the
reach of children.
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EMERGENCY AND BREAKDOWN ASSISTANCE
2. Replacing the High beam bulb
2. Disconnect lamp connection.
4. Remove high beam bulb.
3. Unlock high beam bulb holder clip, by
5. Refit high beam bulb by locking high
Open the bonnet to access the headlamps.
1. Remove the dust cover on the
backside of the headlamp.
pulling it backward.
beam bulb holder clip.
6. Connect the connectors of high
beam and refit high beam lamp
cover.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
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24 X 7 Road Assistance
Dear Customer,
It is our responsibility and our endeavour
to ensure that you have our complete
service backup if ever, wherever and
whenever you need the same. When you
have a road network that spans wide
area, the probability of a breakdown
happening within hailing distance of a
TATA MOTORS Authorized Workshop is
very low.
It is precisely for this reason, we have
tied up with TVS AA, who will provide
breakdown assistance including towing
to the nearest TATA MOTORS Authorized
Workshop through their Authorized Service Providers (ASP).
The 24X7 On Road Assistance Program
shall be automatically available to your
vehicle for the duration of Warranty period. The program shall also be available, if you avail the same post warranty.
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Response Time ** for the On Road
Assistance Program
Within City
Limits
60 minutes
On State or National Highways
Ghat Roads
and other
places
90 minutes
120 minutes +/-



Explain your exact location with landmarks and tell us about the problem
you face with the vehicle.
Park your vehicle on the edge of the
road, open the bonnet and put on the
hazard warning signal.
Place the advance warning triangle
supplied with the vehicle approx. 3 m
from the vehicle in the direction of
oncoming traffic.
** (The response time will depend on
the location, terrain, traffic density and
the time of the day.)
Standard procedure when calling
for On Road Assistance in case of a
breakdown:


Dial the toll free help line number –
1800 209 7979
Identify your vehicle with the Vehicle
chassis number that is available in
the Owner’s Manual.
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EMERGENCY AND BREAKDOWN ASSISTANCE
Coverage under 24 X 7 on Road
Assistance Program
I. The 24x7 On Road Assistance Pro-
gram Service covers the following services on your vehicle during warranty period.






Wheel change through spare wheel.
Arrangement of fuel. (Fuel cost will
be chargeable at actual cost)
Re-opening the vehicle in cases of
key lock out.
Rectification of electrical problems
related to battery, fuses etc.
On spot repairs for complaints repairable at site. ^
Vehicle to vehicle towing or winching
& towing for non-accident cases up
to the nearest TATA MOTORS authorized workshop. Towing charges at actual cost beyond the same to be paid
to the ASP in cash. (Any ferry or toll
charges levied in relation to the vehicle being towed to be paid by the customers in actuals in cash).
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
For accident cases, towing charges
to be borne by the customer.
II. The 24x7 On Road Assistance Pro-
gram coverage on availing the 24X7 policy, post warranty is upto maximum of 6
instance of assistance in one year for
both the plans- Basic and Premium. In
the premium plan, this includes 2 instances of towing upto the nearest TATA
MOTORS authorised workshop.
Exclusions




24 X 7 On Road Assistance Program
does not apply to



Cost of parts consumables and labour for such repairs not covered under warranty*. These charges are to
be settled with ASP in cash.
Toll or ferry charges paid by ASP in
reaching to the breakdown site to be
settled with ASP in actuals in cash.
Cases involving accident, fire, theft,
vandalism, riots, lightening, earth-
quake, windstorm, hail, tsunami, unusual weather conditions, other acts
of God, flood, etc.
Vehicles that are unattended, un-registered, impounded or abandoned.
Breakdown/defects caused by misuse, abuse, negligence, alterations
or modifications made to the vehicle.
Lack of maintenance as per the
maintenance schedule as detailed in
the owner’s manual.
Cases involving racing, rallies, vehicle testing or practice for such
events.
Disclaimer



The Service is not available in Lakshadweep.
**The reach time is indicative & the
actual reach time will be conveyed by
the call centre at the time of breakdown call.
The reach time can vary depending
on the traffic density & time of the
day.
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
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
The reach time indicated does not
account for delays due to but not limited to acts of God, laws, rules & regulations for time being in force, orders of statutory or Govt. authorities,
industrial
disputes,
inclement
weather, heavy down pour, floods,
storms, natural calamities, road
blocks due to accidents, general
strife and law & order conditions viz.
fire, arson, riots, strikes, terrorist attacks, war etc.
^ On spot repairs at breakdown site
shall depend on nature of complaints & will be as per the discretion
of the ASP.
*The decision for free of charge repairs will be as per the warranty policy & procedures of TATA MOTORS
LTD. and as per the interpretation of
the same by ASP. You will be duly informed by the ASP & call centre for
the change applicable if any.
All charges wherever applicable
need to be settled directly with the
ASP.
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Exclusion of Liabilities

It is understood that TATA MOTORS
shall be under no liability whatsoever
in respect of any loss or damage arising directly or indirectly out of any delay in or non-delivery of, defect/deficiency in service/parts provided by
ASP.

In case vehicle cannot be repaired
on-site, customers are advised to
use the towing facility for taking their
vehicle to the nearest TATA MOTORS
authorized workshop only. In no condition will the vehicle be towed to any
unauthorized workshop. TATA MOTORS will not be responsible for any
repairs carried out in such unauthorized workshop.

Customer are advised to take acknowledgment from the ASP for the
list of accessories/extra fittings and
other belongings in the vehicle as
well as the current condition related
to dents/scratches breakages of
parts/fitments of the vehicle at the
time of ASP taking possession of the
vehicle & to verify these items when
delivery is taken back by them, Claim
for loss of or damage to items, if any
should be taken up with ASP directly.
TATA MOTORS shall not be responsible for any such claims, damages/loss or any deficiency of service of the ASP.

Vehicles will be handled, repaired &
towed as per the customer’s risk &
TATA MOTORS shall not be liable for
any damages / claims as a result of
the same.

Services entitled to the customers
can be refused or cancelled on account of abusive behavior, fraudulent representation, malicious intent
and refusal to pay the charges for
any charges related services and
spare parts during service or on previous occasion on part of the customer.
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
On site repairs may be temporary in
nature. The completion of repairs
does not certify the road worthiness
of the vehicle. The customer is advised to ensure temporary repairs
carried out onsite is followed by permanent repairs at a TATA MOTORS
Authorized Workshop at the earliest.
Terms and conditions and service
coverage, exclusions etc. are subject
to change without notice.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
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MAINTENANCE
Maintenance and Service
Periodic maintenance is essential for ensuring long trouble free performance.
Have your vehicle serviced regularly
from TATA MOTORS Authorized Service
Centre.
There is a large network of TATA MOTORS Authorized Service Centres to help
you with their professional servicing expertise. Scheduled maintenance information is provided which makes tracking
routine service easy.
The following checks can be carried out
between the recommended scheduled
maintenance services. Take help of our
authorized service centre for assistance.
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
Engine oil level
Engine coolant level
Brake fluid level
Washer fluid level checking & topping up
Battery electrolyte level
Tyre inflation pressure including
spare wheel
NOTE
Refer “Opening and Closing” section for engine bonnet opening.
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WARNING
 Be careful not to touch a hot engine, exhaust manifold and
pipes, muffler, radiator and water hoses.
 Do not work on a vehicle with
the engine running in an enclosed space, unless you are
sure of enough ventilation.
 Keep all open flames and other
burning material (such as cigarettes) away from the battery
and all fuel related parts.
If you need to do any work inside the
engine compartment,
 Switch off the ignition
 Never reach into the area where
there is a risk of danger from moving components, such as the fan
rotation area.
 Keep clothing away from moving
parts.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
MAINTENANCE
Engine Compartment - Diesel
1. Brake fluid reservoir
4. Air Filter
7. Battery
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2. Engine oil filling cap
3. Dip stick engine oil
5. AMT oil reservoir (for AMT) 6. Coolant auxiliary tank
8. Fuse and relay Box
9. Windshield washer container
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Engine Compartment – Petrol
1. Brake fluid reservoir
4. Air Filter
7. Battery
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2. Dip Stick – Engine Oil
5. Windshield washer container
8. AMT oil reservoir (for AMT)
3. Engine oil filling cap
6. Fuse & relay box
9. Coolant auxiliary tank
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
MAINTENANCE
Engine Oil Level
NOTE
Do not remove the filler cap when
the engine is running.
Do not add oil above than the MAX.
mark. Oil level above the MAX.
mark may cause engine damage.
Warm up the engine to normal operating
temperature.
Turn it ‘OFF’ and wait for 5 minutes for
the oil to return to the oil pan. Be sure
the vehicle is on a level surface.
Take out the dipstick, wipe it clean, and
reinsert it fully. Pull it out again and examine the oil level. It should be between
‘MIN’ and ‘MAX’ level. If not, top up with
recommended engine oil.
For location of Engine oil filling cap
and dip stick, please refer respective
Engine Compartment.
Petrol
NOTE
The oil consumption depends
upon the driving style and the conditions under which the vehicle is
used.
Diesel
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Brake Fluid Level
For location of Brake Fluid Container
and filling cap, please refer respective
Engine Compartment.
Engine Coolant Level
NOTE
In case of emergency, a large
amount of water without engine
coolant may be added in order to
reach a vehicle service location.
Whenever coolant has been added, the
coolant level in the coolant reservoir
should be checked the next few times
you drive the vehicle to confirm correct
level.
The level of the brake fluid should be between the ‘MIN’ and ‘MAX’ marks provided on the side of the brake fluid container. If the level falls below the ‘MIN’
mark, add recommended brake fluid.
NOTE
Do not allow brake fluid to make
contact with the skin or eyes.
Do not allow brake fluid to splash
or spill on the paint surface as it
will damage the paint. In case of
spillage, wipe it off immediately.
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For location of Engine coolant container and filler cap, please refer respective Engine Compartment.
Check whether the coolant level is between the ‘MIN’ and ‘MAX’ marks provided on the coolant reservoir.
When the coolant levels is low, top up
with recommended coolant up to ‘MAX’.
level.
NOTE
Topping of the coolant should be
done in the auxiliary tank only.
Make sure that only TATA MOTORS recommended coolant is used. Mixing of
different coolants may harm your engine’s cooling system and its components. Do not add extra inhibitors or additives to the coolant. These can be
harmful and compromise the corrosion
protection of the engine coolant.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
MAINTENANCE
WARNING
The engine cooling system is pressurized, particularly when the engine is warm. When opening the
cap, you could be scalded by hot
coolant spraying out. There is a risk
of injury.
Let the engine cool down before
opening the cap. Wear eye and
hand protection when opening the
cap. Open the cap slowly half a
turn to allow pressure to escape.
Windshield Washer Fluid Level
Check that there is washer fluid in the
tank. Refill it if necessary. Use a good
quality windshield washer fluid, diluted
with water as necessary.
NOTE
Do not use detergent or any other
additive in the windshield washer
reservoir. This can severely impair
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
visibility when sprayed on the windshield, and can also damage your
vehicle’s paint.
Do not operate washer motor with
no fluid in washer tank, washer
motor will be damaged

For location of Windshield Washer
Container and filling cap, please refer
respective Engine Compartment.

Battery
 Check the battery for electrolyte level
against the marking on the battery
outer case.
 Check the battery terminals for corrosion (a white or yellowish powder).
To remove it, wash the terminals with
a solution of baking soda. It will bubble up and turn brown.
 When this stops, wash it off with
plain water. Dry off the battery with a
cloth or paper towel.
 Coat the terminals with petroleum
jelly to prevent future corrosion.




Use a proper wrench to loosen and
remove cables from the terminals.
Always disconnect the negative (-ve)
cable first and reconnect it last.
Clean the battery terminals with a
terminal cleaning tool or wire brush.
Reconnect and tighten the cables,
coat the terminals with petroleum
jelly.
Ensure that the battery is securely
mounted.
If you need to connect the battery to
a charger, disconnect both cables to
prevent damage to the vehicle’s
electrical system.
For location of battery, please refer
respective Engine Compartment.
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NOTE

During normal operation, the
battery generates gas which is
explosive in nature. A spark or
open flame can cause the battery to explode causing very serious injuries.

Keep all sparks, open flames
and smoking materials away
from the battery.

The battery contains sulphuric
acid (electrolyte) which is poisonous and highly corrosive in
nature. Getting electrolyte in
your eyes or on the skin can
cause severe burns. Wear protective clothing and a face
shield or have a skilled technician to do the battery maintenance.
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Spark Plug (Petrol)
Spark Plug
BOSCH
Number
YR75NII3
3S/YR5M
E0
Tyres
Gap
0.7 to
0.8 mm
Tightening Torque – 18 - 25 Nm
NOTE
Use spark plug of recommended
make & type for replacement.
1
Under
inflation
Excessive side
tread wear
2
Correct tyre
pressure
Uniform wear
3
Over inflation
Excessive
center tread
wear
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
MAINTENANCE
Inflation
Check for inflation and condition of your
vehicle tyres periodically.
Check the pressure in the tyres when
they are cold.
Keeping the tyres properly inflated gives
you the best combination of riding comfort, handling, tyre life and better fuel efficiency.
Over inflation of tyres makes the vehicle
ride bumpy and harsh. Tyres are more
prone to uneven wear and damage from
road hazards.
Under inflated tyres reduce your comfort
in vehicle handling and are prone to failures due to high temperature. They also
cause uneven wear and more fuel consumption.
Recommended tyre pressures
Tyre size
Front
Rear
215/60
R16
30 psi / 2.10
bar
30 psi / 2.10
bar
195/60
R16
32 psi / 2.20
bar
32 psi / 2.20
bar
Tyre rotation
To help increase tyre life and distribute
rotated at specified intervals or earlier
depending on the operation of vehicle.
The illustrations shows how to rotate
tyres when normal or temporary spare
wheel is fitted.
For 195/60 R16 or 215/60 R 16 tyres
Tyre pressure sticker location
NOTE
Every time you check inflation
pressure, you should also examine
tyres for uneven wear, damage
and trapping of foreign objects in
the treads and wear.
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MAINTENANCE
For alloy wheel rims with spare
wheel of steel wheel rim (if equipped)
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Wheel Alignment
Incorrect wheel alignment causes excessive and uneven tyre wear. Check wheel
alignment at specified intervals. Wheel
alignment values are given below:
Front
Rear
Caster
4.4º ± 45’
-
Camber
-26’ ± 26’
-52’ ± 30’
Toe in
10’ ± 5’
-3’ to + 27’
Toe Out
-
-
Camber
angle deviation
(Between
LH & RH)
20’
20’
Wheel Balancing
Wheels of your vehicle are balanced for
better ride comfort and longer tyre life.
Balancing needs to be done whenever
tyre is removed from rim.
WARNING
If the vehicle vibrates abnormally
on a smooth road, have the wheel
balanced done immediately.
Special care for tubeless tyres:
 While removing tyre from wheel rim
and mounting it back on wheel rim,
take precautions not to damage tyre
bead. Use tyre removal and assembly machines. Damage or cut on tyre
bead may cause gradual loss of air
and deflation of tyre.
 Do not scratch inside of tubeless tyre
with metallic or sharp object. Tubeless tyres are coated with impermeable layer of rubber from inside which
holds the air inside the tyre. Removal
of this layer due to scratching may
cause gradual loss of air and deflation.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
MAINTENANCE


If wheel rim gets damaged in service,
get the wheel rim repaired/ replaced
immediately. Running the vehicle
with damaged rim may cause deflation of tyre and subsequent dislodging of tyre from rim.
Maintain recommended inflation
pressure. Over-inflation, in particular, may cause puncture or bursting
of tyre.
NOTE
Life and wear pattern of tyres depends on various parameters like
tyre pressure, wheel alignment,
wheel balancing, tyre rotation, etc.
It also largely depends on vehicle
speed, load carried, usage, driving
habits, road conditions, tyre quality, etc. In case fault is suspected
to be due to poor quality of tyres,
the same may be taken up with
concerned tyre manufacturer.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
Remote Key Battery Replacement
(For Flip key)
Remote control key contains a battery,
which is housed under the cover.
If red LED on remote flashes for 5 times
after operating any button on remote. It
is recommended to replace battery at a
TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre.
You should, however, proceed as follows
if you wish to replace the discharged battery yourself:
4. Insert the new battery.
1. Open the key blade.
2. Press off the battery cover with your
thumb or using a flat screwdriver at
the points of the arrows.
3. Remove the discharged battery from
the key by pressing the battery downwards at the point of the arrow.
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5. Ensure that the “+” symbol on the
battery is facing upwards. The correct polarity is shown on the battery
cover.
6. Position the battery cover on the key
and press on it until it is heard to lock
in place.
Smart Key Battery Replacement
(For PEPS variant)
Procedure:
1. Remove emergency key from smart
key.
NOTE
Use CR 2032 battery only.
NOTE
An inappropriately disposed
battery can be harmful to the
environment
and
human
health. Dispose the battery according to your local law(s) and
regulation.
3. Battery cover snap is visible. For
opening to battery cover, push back
this snap with the help of suitable
tool.
2. Move back/unlock key release but-
ton.
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MAINTENANCE
5. Replace with new battery in the
smart key battery slot. Check polarity.
6. Close rear side of smart key with its
cover.
7. Ensure that the smart key cover is intact properly.
NOTE
Use CR 2032 battery only.
4. Open battery cover once unlocked.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
NOTE
An inappropriately disposed
battery can be harmful to the
environment
and
human
health. Dispose the battery according to your local law(s) and
regulation.
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MAINTENANCE
On Board Diagnostic (OBD II)
System
On board Diagnostics or OBD, is an automotive term referring to a vehicle’s selfdiagnostic and reporting capability. The
OBD system allows continuous diagnosis of the components of the vehicle correlated with emissions. This system
warns the driver, by turning “ON” the
Malfunction Indication lamp (MIL) on the
instrument cluster, when a fault causes
emission levels to increase.
on RH side below the steering wheel. Refer ‘Emergency and Breakdown Assistance’ section for removal of cover.
The OBD system also has a diagnostic
connector that can be interfaced with
appropriate diagnostic tools, which
makes it possible to read the fault codes
stored in the Electronic Control Unit, together with a series of specific parameters for Engine operation and Diagnosis.
This check can also be carried out by the
traffic police.
To access the diagnostic connector,
open the fuse box cover, which is located
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MAINTENANCE
Service Instructions
The TATA NEXON has been manufactured to give you economical and trouble free performance. To achieve this, please
follow the instructions as stated.
Your vehicle is entitled to three free services (labour only). The
free service coupons are attached to the sales invoice. Please
present these coupons to the servicing dealer while availing
free services.
Servicing of the vehicle can be done at any TATA MOTORS
Authorised Dealer Workshop or TATA MOTORS Authorised
Service Centre (TASC).
Warranty claims can be settled by any TATA MOTORS Authorised Dealer Workshop or TATA MOTORS Authorised Service
Centre (TASC).
1st free service - At 1000-2000 kms. OR 2 months, whichever
is earlier.
2nd free service - At 7000-8000 kms. OR 6 months, whichever
is earlier.
3rd free service - At 14500-15500 kms. OR 12 months, which-
ever is earlier.
All services other than free services are chargeable.
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MAINTENANCE
1.5K
7.5K
15K
22.5K
30K
37.5K
45K
52.5K
60K
67.5K
75K
82.5K
90K
97.5K
105K
112.5K
120K
127.5K
135K
142.5K
150K
Operation
PDI
S.N
Kms
Service Schedule
Months
0
2
6
12
18
24
30
36
42
48
54
60
66
72
78
84
90
96
102
108
114
120
General
1
Wash the vehicle
& Clean Condenser Fins
Every
Service
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Check & Top up
Fluids (If required): Transaxle
Oil, Coolant,
Brake Fluid, Battery Electrolyte,
Wind Screen
washer fluid.
Every
Service
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Check Fuel Lines
for Leakages.
Every
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5
6
Check and Capture all DTC's
Clear all faults and
Erase the Codes.
Check Rubber
Boots, Rubber
seat, Dust cover &
Bushes for damage & replace if
required (Suspension) (First at
15K/12M then at
every service)
Check & Replace
if found damaged -Exhaust hanger ,
Suspension
bushes
7.5K /
6M
30K/24
M
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22.5K
30K
37.5K
45K
52.5K
60K
67.5K
75K
82.5K
90K
97.5K
105K
112.5
K
12
18
24
30
36
42
48
54
60
66
72
78
84
90
7
15K/1
2M
8
Check for all bolts &
nuts (Tighten)
7.5K /
6M
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102
108
114
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150K
15K
6
142.5
K
7.5K
2
Check All door latch
& striker operations
, Adjust If required
135K
1.5K
0
Operation
127.5
K
PDI
Months
Sr.
No.
120K
Kms
MAINTENANCE
120
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Engine (Diesel)
1
2
Clean air filter element (more frequently for vehicle
operating in severe
condition)
Change engine oil
and Oil filter
15K /
12M
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12M
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3
Drain water from
Fuel Filter Bowl
15K /
12M
4
Replace fuel filter
assembly replaced
based on lamp status/24M
# 24M
5
Check AC & alternator belt condition
visually, replace if
found damage
# 15K /
12M
6
Check timing belt
visual condition, replace if found damage
# 105K /
24M
7
Replace air filter element (more frequently for vehicle
operating in severe
condition)
45K /
36M
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155
1.5K
7.5K
15K
22.5K
30K
37.5K
45K
52.5K
60K
67.5K
75K
82.5K
90K
97.5K
105K
112.5K
120K
127.5K
135K
142.5K
150K
Operation
PDI
Sr.
No.
Kms
MAINTENANCE
Months
0
2
6
12
18
24
30
36
42
48
54
60
66
72
78
84
90
96
102
108
114
120
8
Change coolant
# 60K /
36M
9
Replace
timing
drive kit (Timing
belt, Auto tensioner and Idler)
# 150K /
36M
1
Clean air filter element (more frequently for vehicle
operating in severe condition)
15K /
12M
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Change engine oil
and Oil filter
15K /
12M
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3
Gasoline - Replace Fuel Filter
75K /
60M
4
Change Spark
plugs
30K /
24M
5
Check accessory
belt condition visually, replace if
found damage
15K /
12M
6
Replace air filter
element (more frequently for vehicle
operating in severe condition)
45K /
36M
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156
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7
Change coolant
1
Check oil level
and top up if
necessary
1
Check front
brake pads &
rear brake linings. Replace if
necessary
1.5K
7.5K
15K
22.5K
30K
37.5K
45K
52.5K
60K
67.5K
75K
82.5K
90K
97.5K
105K
112.5K
120K
127.5K
135K
142.5K
150K
Operation
PDI
Sr.
No.
Kms
MAINTENANCE
Months
0
2
6
12
18
24
30
36
42
48
54
60
66
72
78
84
90
96
102
108
114
120
# 60K /
36M
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Transaxle
75K /
60M
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Brakes
2
3
Replace brake
fluid Check
brake system
components for
Leakages
Inspect & if necessary adjust
handbrake setting
15K /
12M
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24M
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12M
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Wheels & Tyres
1
Check & Adjust
Wheel alignment
# 15K /
18M
2
Check for Tyre
pressure, condition & rotate
# 7.5K /
12M
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Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
157
1.5K
7.5K
15K
22.5K
30K
37.5K
45K
52.5K
60K
67.5K
75K
82.5K
90K
97.5K
105K
112.5K
120K
127.5K
135K
142.5K
150K
Operation
PDI
Sr.
No.
Kms
MAINTENANCE
Months
0
2
6
12
18
24
30
36
42
48
54
60
66
72
78
84
90
96
102
108
114
120
Electrical
1
Check specific
gravity of battery
electrolyte
7.5K/6M
2
Check headlamp
focussing
15K /
12M
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A.C. System
1
Clean filter and
check Air-conditioning / HVAC
system for satisfactory performance
Every
Service
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AMT kit oil (Petrol & Diesel)
1
Check AMT Kit
oil level, it should
be in between
min. & Max. level
when the vehicle
is in standstill
and ignition ON
condition. Top
up AMT kit oil if
necessary.
# - Kms or Months whichever occurs earlier
158
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MAINTENANCE
Vehicle Parking for Long Duration
(Non - Use Maintenance)
If you want to park your vehicle at one
place for long duration, following care is
to be taken:
1. Park the vehicle in covered, dry and
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
if possible well-ventilated premises.
Engage a gear.
Remove the battery terminal cables
(first remove the cable from the negative terminal). Ensure that battery is
fully charged.
Block the wheel or engage in the
gear mode.
Clean and protect the painted parts
using protective wax.
Clean and protect the shiny metal
parts using commercially available
special compounds.
Sprinkle talcum powder on the rubber windscreen wiper and lift them
off the glass.
Slightly open the windows.
Cover the vehicle with a cloth or perforated plastic sheet. Do not use
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
sheets of imperforated plastic as
they do not allow moisture on the vehicle body to evaporate.
9. Inflate the tyres to 0.5 bar above the
normal specified pressure and check
it at regular intervals.
10. Check the battery charge every six
weeks.
11. Do not drain the engine cooling system.
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Fuel Specification
The supplementary fuel to be used like kerosene. Ratio for mixing of supplementary fuel and diesel are shown in the table.
Fuel (Diesel)
Normal grade BS IV compliant diesel conforming to IS1460
or EN 590 or equivalent is recommended to be used as fuel.
Do not use premium diesel available in the market for example extra premium / Turbojet etc.
Recommended fuel specifications
Parameter
Cetane Number (min)
Unit
BS IV
CN
51
Sulphur content
mg/kg
50
Lubricity (HFRR)
micron
460
NOTE
Where oxidation catalytic converter is fitted, it is mandatory to use Diesel fuel with sulphur contents as given
above. Use of any other diesel fuel can increase the pollutants.
At very low temperature, fluidity of diesel may become insufficient due to paraffin separation. It is therefore necessary to
mix supplementary fuel with summer or winter grade diesel.
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Ambient Temperature up to Deg C.
Percentage
Summer grade
Supplementary
diesel
fuel
Up to 0
100
0
0 to -10
70
30
-10 to -15
50
50
Care should be taken that diesel and supplementary fuel are
thoroughly mixed before filling.
Ambient Temperature upto Deg C.
Percentage
Winter grade
diesel
Supplementary
fuel
Up to -15
100
0
-15 to -20
70
30
-20 and below
50
50
WARNING
Do not mix gasoline or alcohol with diesel. This mixture
can cause an explosion.
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Fuel (Petrol)
Unleaded gasoline conforming to Anx-IV-N GSR 84(E) for
Domestic and Petrol unleaded RON95 EN228 for export is recommended to be used as fuel. It is always recommended to
use correct fuel to get optimum emission performance.
NOTE
Always use petrol of a correct specification in a vehicle
fitted with catalytic converter. Even single fill of leaded
petrol will seriously damage the catalytic converter.
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Lubricant Specification
Use following genuine fluids, coolants and lubricants recommended for optimum performance of your vehicle.
Item
Engine Oil (1.2 RVT) Petrol
Engine Oil (1.5 RTQ) Diesel
Specification
5W30 ACEA
A5/B5
TATA SS6579
Company
Brand
CASTROL
Magnatec Professional T 5W30
EXXON Mobil
Mobil Super 3000 TMGO 5W 30 Tata motors
genuine oil
PETRONAS
TATA MOTORS GENUINE OIL -Engine Oil
synth 5W30
SUNSTAR CCI
Golden Cruiser LLC 2200NP
IOCL
TATA MOTORS GENUINE COOLANT KOOL
PLUS
Coolant (Pre-mixed)
(Antifreeze agent +Soft
water40:60 ratio)
Class II/JIS
K2234
TATA SS7700S1
Transaxle Oil
Semi-Synthetic
SAE 75W85
PETRONAS
TATA MOTORS Genuine Transmission Oil
Synth 75W85
AMT Oil
Hydraulic oil
PETRONAS
TUTELA Cs-Speed
PETRONAS
TATA MOTORS Genuine Brake Oil DOT 4S
Golden Cruiser Tata Genuine Brake Fluid
(DOT4)
Qty.
3.5 Litres (Petrol)
5 Litres (Diesel)
5.5 Litres (Petrol)
6.5 Litres (Diesel)
2.4 Litres
As required
Brake Fluid / Clutch
fluid
SAE J 1703,
DOT 4
Sunstar CCI
Refrigerant
R-134a
-
470±20 gms
Compressor Oil
ND-8
-
120+20 gm (Petrol)
100+20 gm (Diesel)
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CASTROL
As required
Optional - CASTROL – Universal Brake Fluid
DOT 4
Nexon/Rev01,Sept 17
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Technical Specifications
Parameter
Diesel
Petrol
Engine
Model/type
Capacity
TATA 1.5RTQ (BS4)
1497 cc
TATA 1.2RVT (BS4)
1198 cc
Max. Engine output
110ps @ 3750 RPM
110ps @ 5000 rpm
Max. Torque
260 Nm @ 1500 - 2750 rpm
170Nm @ 1750 - 4000 rpm
Clutch
Type
Outside diameter of clutch
Dry, Single Plate
228 mm
Transaxle
Model
Type
No. Of gears
TA 6300
Synchromesh on all forward gears and sliding mesh on reverse gear
6-Forward, 1-Reverse
Steering
Type
Column Mounted Electric Power Assisted Steering System
Brakes
Brakes
Parking brake
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Front (Disc); Rear (Drum)
Cable operated Mechanical on rear wheels
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Parameter
Diesel
Petrol
Suspension
Type
Shock absorber
Mcpherson strut
Double acting telescopic type
Wheels & tyre
Tyres
Option I : 195/60 R16 (Radial-Tubeless)
Option II: 215/60 R16 (Radial/Tubeless).
Option I: 6J X 16 steel wheel
Option II: 6.5Jx16 alloy wheel
Wheel rims
Fuel tank
Capacity
44 liters
Cab / body
Type
Electrical system
System voltage
Alternator capacity
Battery
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Monocoque
12 Volts (-ve earth)
110 Amp
12V DIN 55
12 Volts (-ve earth)
110 Amp
12V, 44Ah
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Parameter
Main chassis dimension (in mm)
Wheel base
Track front
Track rear
Overall length
Overall height
Max. Width
Ground clearance
Performance
Max. Speed
Max. Recommended gradability
Minimum Turning Circle Dia. in meter
as per IS:12222
Diesel
2498
1540
1530
3994
1607
1811
165 (Laden)- 195/60 R16
184 (Laden)- 215/60 R16
Petrol
2498
1540
1530
3994
1607
1811
165 (Laden)- 195/60 R16
184 (Laden)- 215/60 R16
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30%
10.2 m
165
30%
10.2 m
Minimum Turning Clearance circle dia.
in meters as per IS:12222
Weight (in kg)
Gross vehicle weight (Laden)
10.8 m
10.8 m
1660
1598 (XZ,XZ+,XZA)
1660 (XE,XT,XM)
Kerb weight (unladen)
1250 (XM, XT,XZ+, XZ,XZA)
1225 (XE)
1188
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Vehicle Dimensions
NOTE : Dimensions are in mm Laden/Unladen condition
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Aggregate Identification Numbers
Transaxle No. Punching
Engine No. Plate - Petrol
Chassis No. punching near driver seat
VIN plate below driver seat
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Engine No. Plate - Diesel
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Car Care
Your vehicle is subjected to many external influences such as climate, road conditions, industrial pollution and proximity
to the sea. These conditions demand
regular care of the vehicle body. Dirt, insects, bird droppings, oil, grease, fuel
and stone chippings should be removed
as soon as possible.
Washing
Following these tips while washing your
vehicle.
1. Always wash your vehicle in shade
and the surface is at room temperature.
2. Wash with mild vehicle wash soap
like ‘Car Shampoo’ and use a soft
bristle brush, sponge or soft cloth
and rinse it frequently while washing
to avoid scratches.
3. To avoid scratches, please wear soft
4. To remove stubborn stains and con-
After drying the vehicle, inspect it for
chips and scratches that could allow corrosion to start. Apply touch up paint
where necessary.
5. Avoid substances like petrol, diesel,
Cleaning of Carpets
taminants like tar, use turpentine or
cleaners like ‘Stain remover’ which
are safe for paint surfaces.
kerosene, benzene, thinner or other
solvents that cause damage to paint.
6. Dry your vehicle thoroughly to pre-
vent any damp spots.
7. Rinse all surfaces thoroughly to pre-
vent any traces of soap and other
cleaners as this may lead to the formation of stains on the painted surface later.
WARNING
Do not direct high pressure washer
fluid/ water jets (Pressure above 0.5
Bar) at electrical devices and connecter during washing. This is to prevent malfunction / failure of electrical system due to water ingress.
Vacuum clean the carpet regularly to remove dirt. Dirt will make the carpet wear
out faster. Periodically shampoo the carpet to keep it looking new.
Use carpet cleaners (preferably foam
type). Follow the instructions that come
with the cleaner. Apply it with a sponge
or soft brush. Keep the carpeting as dry
as possible by not adding water to the
foam.
NOTE
Avoid wiping of painted surface in
dry condition as it may leave
scratches on the painted surface.
gloves. Remove finger rings, nails,
wrist watch while washing.
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Cleaning of Windows, Front and
Rear Glasses
Clean the windows inside and outside
with commercially available glass cleaners.
This will remove the haze that builds up
on the inside of windows. Use a soft
cloth or paper towels to clean all glass
and plastic surfaces.
RFID TAG
RFID TAG is pasted on front windshield
from the inside. It enables Electronic toll
collection.
NOTE
Do not attempt to rip or tamper the
tag. It will disable the functionality
of the tag.
Waxing
Waxing and polishing is recommended
to maintain the gloss and wet-look appearance of your paint finish.
1. Use good quality polish and wax for
your vehicle.
2. Re-wax your vehicle when the water
does not slip off the surface but collects over the surface in patches.
Polishing
Polishes and cleaners can restore shine
to the painted surface that has oxidized
and become dull. They normally contain
mild abrasives and solvents that remove
the top layer of the finish coat. Polish
your vehicle, if the finish does not regain
its original shine after using wax.
Interior fabric cleaning tips
1. Stains should be treated immedi-
ately. If left for a long time, they can
leave a permanent mark.
2. Cleaning the stains immediately is
important especially for stains which
contain artificial colors in the stain
creating liquid or semisolid substance. The colorant may leave a
stain if kept for longer time.
3. Stain should not be removed by rub-
bing. As far as possible, try to blot or
lift the stain with cloth or plastic spatula and then clean the remaining
stain with cloth or sponge.
4. If the stain has dried, then gently
brush off the material and then press
with damp cloth or sponge till it disappears.
5. Do not use household detergents to
clean the fabric.
6. Always use clean cotton cloth for
cleaning.
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Paint Care
Periodic Inspection
Following guidelines will help you to protect your Vehicle from corrosion effectively.
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Proper cleaning
Regularly inspect your vehicle for any
damage in the paint film such as
deep scratches and immediately get
them repaired from an authorized
service outlet, as these defects tend
to accelerate corrosion.
Inspect mud liners for damages.
Keep all drain holes clear from clogging.
In order to protect your vehicle from corrosion it is recommended that you wash
your vehicle thoroughly and frequently in
case:
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Proper Parking
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There is a heavy accumulation of dirt
and mud especially on the underbody.
It is driven in areas having high atmospheric pollution due to smoke,
soot, dust, iron dust and other chemical pollutants.
It is driven in coastal areas.
The underbody must be thoroughly
pressure washed after every three
months.
In addition to regularly washing your car,
the following precautions need to be
taken.
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Always park your vehicle in shade to
protect it from harsh sunlight or in a
well-ventilated garage so that there
is no dampness on any part of the vehicle.
Wiper care
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To prevent damage to the wipers or
windshield, do not operate the wipers when the windshield is dry.
To prevent damage to the wiper arms
and other components, do not attempt to move the wipers manually.
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CAR CARE AND VALUE ADDED SERVICES
Extended Warranty
TATA MOTORS recommends the purchase of its extended warranty program.
Coverage - Mechanical + Electrical
Benefits
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Insures you against unforeseen break down repair bills.
Documentation is simple and hassle free.
Near cashless & speedy claim
Term
24 + 12 months or 75,000 kms whichever occurs first
OR
24 + 24 months or 1,00,000 kms whichever occurs first
Extended Warranty is available in the dealership from where you have purchased your vehicle. We strongly recommend purchase
of Extended Warranty at time of purchase of your vehicle. Extended Warranty can be availed till 421 days from date of purchase
of vehicle. The Dealer Service Marketing Executive shall explain to you the Terms and conditions, Coverage and Owner’s responsibility.
Extended Warranty Booklet & Cover Note
The Extended Warranty booklet and cover note is the basis of the contract between TATA MOTORS LIMITED and the Owner of the
vehicle shown on the Extended Warranty booklet. The Customer is to retain this booklet and the same to be produced to the
dealer while claiming benefit s under Extended Warranty.
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Note
 The 12 or 24 months extended warranty does not follow the 24 months Manufacturer's warranty.
 The extended warranty comes into force once the manufacturer’s warranty expires e.g. after 24 Months.
 It is more restrictive as by the time it comes into force the vehicle is already 24 months old.
What is covered?
 Mechanical / Electrical break down as defined in this warranty and confirmed by the dealer within the stipulated terms
and conditions.
 TATA MOTORS dealer shall either rep air or replace any part found to be defective with a new p art or an equivalent at no cost
to the owner for p arts or labour.
 Such defective parts which have been replaced will become property of TATA MOTORS LIMITED.
 Comprehensive list of parts covered is mentioned in the page 9-12 of the Extended Warranty Booklet.
What is not covered?
Please refer the Extended Warranty Booklet for details of the exclusion list.
Owner’s Responsibility:
 Proper use, maintenance and care of the vehicle in accordance with the instructions contained in the Owner’s Manual and
Service Booklet. The records of the same to be ensured in Owner’s Manual.
 Retention of maintenance service bills.
I / We have been explained the Terms and conditions, Coverage and Owner’s responsibility by the Dealer Service Marketing
Executive.
I wish to avail /
Do not wish to avail extended warrant policy.
Customer’s Signature
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CAR CARE AND VALUE ADDED SERVICES
Value Added Services
Why are Corrosion Protection Waxes necessary?
Corrosion is caused by:
Water / salt water acid rain & atmospheric fallouts.
Critical areas are:
Cavities: joints, crevices, spot welds, underbody
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Corrosion is the most important factor when we talk about the vehicle life. If you treat your car you can prolong the life.
It is very dangerous to drive around in a corroded vehicle.
The corrosion creeps onto the vehicle from the inside and from the outside. The most dangerous kind of corrosion is often
not discovered until it is too late.
Benefits of Anti - Rust treatment:
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A professionally applied range of world class products offering real value to the new and used vehicle customer.
The treatment has been developed to withstand the harshest environmental and climatic conditions (rust. Pollutants, stone
and gravel impact, etc.)
Insulate cabin space from external noises.
Expensive tin work and Denting / Painting avoided.
Higher resale value for the vehicle.
Higher safety – uncorroded vehicle
10 free checkups available
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TATA MOTORS has tied up with M/s Wurth, M/s Autokrom, M/s 3M India Lt d & M/s Bardahl for these world class treatment
at affordable prices. These treatments are available in all authorized workshops. The Dealer Service Marketing Executive will
explain to you the benefits and terms and conditions of this treatment.
I / We have been explained the Benefits, Terms and conditions and the prices of these treatments by the Dealer Service Marketing
Executive.
I wish to avail /
Customer’s Signature
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Do not wish to avail extended warrant policy.
Dealer’s Signature
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CAR CARE AND VALUE ADDED SERVICES
Vehicle Exterior Enrichment
Why vehicles are painted?
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For Corrosion protection of the metal surfaces.
Ease of application from other corrosion protection treatments.
Cheaper than other corrosion protection methods eg. Galvanizing, anodizing.
For decoration and identification.
Various Environmental Hazards affecting paints
Environmental hazards: destroy your vehicle's finish.
Even as your new vehicle rolls off the assembly line, the paint is not protected.
The enemy
Ultraviolet Rays, Pollution, Tree Sap, Bird Droppings, Car Wash Chemicals, Road Salt, Acid Rain.
Benefits: Vehicle Exterior Enrichment
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Removal of medium scratches, orange peel, oxidation, dust nibs etc. & swirl marks from painted surface.
Restoration of original gloss levels, UV protection after gloss is restored.
Cleaning & dressing of tyres, Bumpers & all exterior plastic moldings/trims.
TATA MOTORS has tied up with M/s Autokrom, M/s 3M & M/s Wurth for this world class treatment at affordable prices.
This treatment is available in all authorized workshops. The Dealer Service Marketing Executive will explain to you the benefits
and terms and conditions of this treatment.
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Vehicle Interior Enrichment
Why protect your new car’s fabric interior?
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Someone will soil your vehicle's fabric carpet or seats.
A significant detractor from your vehicle's resale value.
A permanent stain on your vehicle's interior fabric.
The enemy:
Drink Spills - Food Stains - Mud - Ultraviolet Rays Pets - Traffic
Benefits: Vehicle Interior Enrichment
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Removal of medium stains and dirt from all interior parts of the car i.e., carpet, upholstery and roof lining.
Cleaning of windshield and all windows (inside and outside)
Dressing of all internal plastics (e.g.: door pad trims) and rubber parts.
The treatment involves cleaning and dressing of all parts of the exposed interiors.
Specialised protection for seat fabric from liquid spills.
TATA MOTORS has tied up with M/s Wurth and M/s Autokrom for this world class treatment at affordable prices. This treatment
is available in all authorized workshops. The Dealer Service Marketing Executive will explain to you the benefits and terms and
conditions of this treatment.
I / We have been explained the Terms and conditions, Coverage and Owner’s responsibility by the Dealer Service Marketing
Executive.
I wish to avail /
Do not wish to avail extended warrant policy.
Customer’s Signature
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WARRANTY - TERMS AND CONDITIONS
We WARRANT each TATA NEXON vehicle and parts thereof
manufactured by us to be free from defect in material and
workmanship subject to the following terms and conditions:
1. This warranty shall be for a period of 24 months from the
date of sale of the car or a mileage of 75,000 Kms which-
ever occurs earlier.
2. Our obligation under this warranty shall be limited to repair-
ing or replacing, free of charge, such parts of the car which,
in our opinion, are defective, on the car being brought to us
or to our dealers within the period. The parts so repaired or
replaced shall also be warranted for quality and workmanship but such warranty shall be co-terminus with this original warranty.
3. Any part which is found to be defective and is replaced by
us under the warranty shall be our property.
4. As for such parts as Tyres, Batteries, Audio and / or Video
equipment (if any), etc. not manufactured by us but supplied by other parties, this warranty shall not apply, but buyers of the car shall be entitled to, so far as permissible by
law, all such rights as we may have against such parties
under their warranties in respect of such parts.
5. This warranty shall not apply if the car or any part thereof
is repaired or altered otherwise than in accordance with our
standard repair procedure or by any person other than from
our sales or service establishments, our authorized dealers, service centres or service points in any way so as, in
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our judgment which shall be final and binding, to affect its
reliability, nor shall it apply if, in our opinion which shall be
final and binding, the car is subjected to misuse, negligence, improper or inadequate maintenance or accident or
loading in excess of such carrying capacity as certified by
us, or such services as prescribed in our Owner's Manual
are not carried out by the buyer through our sales or service
establishments, our authorized dealers, service centres or
service points.
6. This warranty shall not apply to the replacement of nor-
mal wear parts, including without limitation, spark
plugs, drive belts, hoses, wiper blades, fuses, clutch
disc, brake shoes, brake pads, cables and all rubber
parts (except oil seal and glass run).
7. This warranty shall not cover any inherent normal deterio-
ration of the car or any of its parts arising from the actual
use of the car or any damage due to negligent or improper
operation or storage of the car.
8. This warranty shall not apply to normal maintenance services like oils & fluid changes, head lamps focusing, fastener retightening, wheel balancing and alignment, tyre rotation, adjustment of valve clearance, fuel timing, ignition
timing and consumables like bulbs, fuel, air & oil filters and
gas leaks in case of air conditioned cars.
9. This warranty shall not apply to any damage or deterioration caused by environmental pollution or bird droppings.
Slight irregularities not recognized as affecting the function
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or quality of the vehicle or parts, such as slight noise or vibration, defects appearing only under particular or irregular
operations are items considered characteristics of the vehicle.
10. This warranty shall be null and void if the car is subjected
to abnormal use such as rallying, racing or participation in
any other competitive sport. This warranty shall not apply
to any repair or replacements as a result of accident or collision.
11. This warranty is expressly in lieu of all warranties, whether
by law or otherwise, expressed or implied, and all other obligations or liabilities on our part and we neither assume,
nor authorize any person to assume on our behalf, any
other liability arising from the sale of the car or any agreement in relation thereto.
12. The buyer shall have no other rights except those set out
above and have, in particular, no right to repudiate the sale,
or any agreement or to claim any reduction in the purchase
price of the car, or to demand any damages or compensation for losses, incidental or indirect, or inconvenience or
consequential damages, loss of car, or loss of time, or otherwise, incurred or accrued.
13. Any claim arising from this warranty shall be recognized
only if it is notified in writing to us or to our authorized
dealer without any delay soon after such defects as covered & ascertained under this warranty.
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14. This warranty is fully transferable to subsequent vehi-
cle owner. Only unexpired remaining period of warranty applies.
15. We reserve our rights to make any change or modification
in design of the car or its parts or to introduce any improvement therein or to incorporate in the car any additional part
or accessory at any time without incurring any obligation to
incorporate the same in the cars previously sold.
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ENVIRONMENT SAFETY
TATA MOTORS LTD. is committed to produce vehicles using environmentally sustainable technology. A number of features
have been incorporated in TATA MOTORS passenger vehicles
which have been designed to ensure environmental compatibility throughout the life cycle of the vehicle. We would like to
inform you that your vehicle meets emission norms and this is
being regularly validated at the manufacturing stages.
As a user you too can protect the environment by operating
your vehicle in a proactive manner. A lot depends on your driving style and the way you maintain your vehicle. We have given
a few tips for your guidance.
Driving
 Avoid frequent and violent acceleration.
 Do not carry any unnecessary weight in the vehicle as it
overloads the engine. Avoid using devices requiring high
power consumption during slow city traffic condition.
 Monitor the vehicle’s fuel consumption regularly and if
showing rising trend get the car immediately attended at
the Company’s Authorised Service Outlets.
 Switch off the engine during long stops at traffic jams or
signals. If you need to keep the engine running, avoid unnecessary revving it up or stopping and starting.
 It is not necessary to rev up the engine before turning it off
as it unnecessarily burns the fuel.
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 Shift to higher gears as soon as it is possible. Use each gear
upto 2/3rd of its maximum engine speed.
 A chart indicating gear shifting speeds is given in this book.
Maintenance
 Ensure that recommended maintenance is carried out on
the vehicle regularly at the Authorised Service Outlets.
 As soon as you see any leakages of oil or fuel in the vehicle
we recommend to get it attended immediately.
 Use only recommended grades and specified quantity of
lubricants.
 Get your vehicle checked for emission periodically by an authorised dealer.
 Ensure that fuel filter, oil filter and breather are checked
periodically and replaced, if required, as recommended by
TATA MOTORS.
 Do not pour used oils or coolants into the sewage drains,
garden soil or open streams. Dispose the used filters and
batteries in compliance with the current legislation.
 Do not allow unauthorized person to tamper with engine
settings or to carry modifications on the vehicle.
 Never allow the vehicle to run out of fuel.
 Parts like brake liners, clutch discs should be vacuum
cleaned. Do not use compressed air for cleaning these
parts which may spread dust in the atmosphere.
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While carrying out servicing or repairs of your vehicle, you
should pay keen attention to some of the important engine
aggregates and wiring harness which greatly affect emission. These components are:
1. Fuel injection equipment’s - pump, rail, injectors, nozzles
and high pressure pipes.
Air Intake & Exhaust system, especially for leakages.
Cylinder head for valve leakage.
All filters such as air, oil and fuel filters (check periodically).
Turbocharger.
Electrical connections.
If the ‘Service’ lamp continuously glows, please take the vehicle to a TATA MOTORS authorized service outlet.
8. Catalytic Converter.
9. EMS wiring harness i.e. electrical connections to all sensors and actuators.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
This Owner’s manual contains further information on driving
precautions and maintenance care leading to environment
protection. Please familiarize yourself with these aspects before driving.
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