The Hyundai N Line gets sporty stylish elements that make it much better than the regular model. This includes a dark chrome grille with N-line logos and tweaked bumpers with skid plates. Tata Motors has introduced a new top-spec feature on the Jet variant.
Recently, Hyundai and Tata, one of the country’s most prominent automakers, have launched their respective vehicles in the Indian market. While Hyundai has recently launched the Venue N line, Tata has also launched the Nexon Jet. Today we have brought you the comparison of both these vehicles. By reading this you can understand the remarkable difference between these two.
The Hyundai N Line gets sporty stylish elements that make it much better than the regular model. This includes a dark chrome grille with N Line ones and tweaked bumpers with skid plates. Along with this, the side profile is highlighted by 16-inch diamond cut alloy wheels with N branding, roof rail with red insert, side sill garnish with red insert and red front brake calipers. The Venue N Line also gets puddle lamps and an electric sunroof.
Tata Motors has introduced a new top-spec feature in the Jet variant. This variant is available in a dual-tone exterior combination of an earthly bronze body and platinum silver roof. Along with this, the vehicle rides on a set of jet-black alloy wheels, and it gets silver skid plates at the rear.
The Hyundai Venue N Line gets Athletic Black interiors. It also gets full leather seats and a three-spoke leather steering wheel with N branding. To highlight the sporty character, it gets red ambient light, sporty metal pedals. It also gets a dashcam, wireless phone charger, rear AC vents, cruise control, glove box cooling, sliding front armrest with storage space, front and rear USB Type-C charger and glove box cooling in the features list.
The Tata Nexon Jet Edition gets a dual-tone Oyster White and Granite Black theme, techno-steel bronze finish on the dashboard and bronze accents on the door and floor consoles. For features, it also gets wireless charger, ventilated seats and AQI display.
The Hyundai Venue N Line is powered by a 1.0-litre Turbo GDI engine that churns out 118bhp at 6,000rpm and 172Nm of torque at 4,000rpm. This engine is mated to a seven-speed GCT unit. On the other hand, the Jet variant of Tata Nexon is available in both petrol and diesel engine options. The petrol variants will be powered by a 1.2-litre turbocharged Revotron engine that makes 118bhp at 5,500rpm and 170Nm at 1,750rpm, and a 1.5-liter turbocharged diesel Revotorq engine producing 108bhp at 4,000rpm and 260Nm of torque at 1,500rpm. Both the engines get both a six-speed manual and an AMT option.