Tata Motor’s shows their aggressiveness to launch the Hexa at impressive price tag, which is help to leading more after tiago launch as we know tiago sale figure shown us positive for tata and their future prospective. Tata done lots of hard work to make Hexa ‘s promotion to show how this product is reliable and how the Hexa is different from their rivals .
Like any crossover worth its salt, the Hexa has enough seats for the family (six or seven, take your pick), and is offered with a single engine option: the 2.2-litre, 154bhp, 400Nm Varicor400 diesel. But if you’re buying the most basic Hexa, you won’t get the 400. Instead, you’ll get the Varicor 320, which is a detuned version of the same motor, making 148bhp and 320Nm of torque. Something for the fleet manager to look at, then.
Two new gearboxes are on offer: a six-speed manual and a six-speed automatic. The manual version can be had with a 4×4 system, and it also gets Tata’s new ‘Super Drive Modes’. That’s four drive modes to choose from — Comfort and Dynamic (2WD) and Rough Road and Automatic (4WD).
It’s packing plenty of kit, too: the top XT variant is equipped with automatic climate control, a reverse camera, a 10-speaker JBL stereo, 19-inch alloys and auto headlamps with DRLs, among other things. Safety-wise, it gets six airbags, ABS, traction control and ESP.
There are a total of six variants to choose from: XE (12.08 lakh), XM (13.78 lakh), XMA (14.98 lakh), XT (16.26 lakh), XTA (17.46 lakh) and XT 4×4 (17.55 lakh, all prices introductory, ex-showroom, Maharashtra). At this price, the Hexa goes head on with the Mahindra XUV500, and undercuts the Toyota Innova Crysta by Rs 2-4 lakh, variant-to-variant.