This Indian manufactured vehicle is launched on January 3, 2017. In the same year, Tata Xenon got a facelift. It was first tested on the Mumbai Pune Expressway. In 2018, it was exported to global markets including Thailand, South Africa, and Australia.
Included on the exterior of a Tata Xenon are roof rails, 16-inch wheels, tubeless tires, chrome grille, power antenna, rear fog lights, front fog lights, rear window defogger, adjustable headlights, outside rearview mirror turn indicator, and a power-adjustable mirror.
Inside the Tata Xenon is a tachometer, a digital odometer, a cigarette lighter, fabric upholstery, glove compartment, leather steering wheel, and an electronic multi-trip meter.
Technology & Safety Features
Included in the safety features of the Tata Xenon are EBD, central locking, rear seatbelt, adjustable seats, power door locks, anti-theft device, door ajar warning, seatbelt warning, side-impact beams, child safety locks, engine immobilizer, front impact beams, anti-lock braking system, centrally mounted fuel tank, day and night rearview mirror, and passenger side rearview mirror.
Platform & Chassis
The Tata Xenon comes with an independent double-wishbone front suspension and a parabolic leaf spring for the rear suspension. It also comes with ventilated discs for the front brakes while drum-type at the rear.
Engine & Drivetrain
The Tata Xenon is powered by a 2.2L diesel engine that produces 150 horsepower and 320 Nm of torque. The power unit is partnered with a 5-speed manual transmission with 2WD or 4WD configurations as options.