Iam halfway through my time with the Tata Nexon and there are quite a few things that I have come to really like. The ride quality is impressive as the suspension setup irons out broken roads rather well. The fat rubber it comes shod with also helps. It remains composed at high speeds and rolls far less than I expected it to, especially keeping the relatively higher ride height in mind. Speaking of which, the generous 209mm ground clearance brings with it some peace of mind since I don’t have to worry about scraping the under-body considering there is no shortage of bad roads in our country. As I’ve mentioned before, the Nexon has a very attractive exterior and I genuinely think that that alone is one of the driving forces behind its strong monthly sales. All is not good though. While improvements have been made in terms of overall quality over Tata’s of the past, the company is still far away from the benchmark. The plastic quality and finish of some of the plastic bits, specifically around the handbrake lever and the storage compartment behind the gear lever, are disappointing. There are a few audible squeaks and rattles which is unacceptable with just 16,440km on the odo. The reverse parking camera is not very useful in the dark as the output is too grainy.