Tata Hexa Price List
Tata Hexa launched in India at a starting price of Rs 13.26 Lakh. Check out the Tata Hexa which comes in following versions. Get more info the new Tata Hexa with on road price, mileage, specifications and images. Check mileage of new Tata Hexa with photos. features, colours, comparisons, videos and latest news in India on autoX.
Colors of Tata Hexa
- Arizona Blue
- Tungsten Silver
- Pearl White
- Sky Grey
- Platinum Silver
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Tata Hexa Highlights
The Hexa was designed to be the flagship product for Tata Motors and it feels it. The MUV has a really imposing stance and looks fairly butch too.
The Tata Hexa does look quite edgy, and it doesn't take long to understand how similar it is to the Aria. There's a sharp line that runs along the perimeter on the bonnet. Then you'll find a large honeycomb grille that's made prominent by the chrome strip running below it. Up-front, the hexagonal twin-barrel headlamps with projectors look cool, while the bumper appears huge and has DRLs and fog lamps incorporated in it. Along the sides, it sports flared wheel arches, 19-inch alloy wheels and body cladding all around. At the rear, the Hexa sports horizontally positioned LED tail lamps with a huge chrome strip running in between them.
The Tata Hexa variants are as follows: XE 4x2 7 STR, XM 4x2 7 STR, XM+ 4x2 7 STR, XMA 4x2 7 STR, XT 4x2 7 STR, XT 4x2 6 STR, XTA 4x2 7 STR, XTA 4x2 6 STR, XT 4x4 7 STR and XT 4x4 6 STR. Features include a 10-speaker JBL music system with Bluetooth, AUX and USB connectivity, smartphone integration, a reverse camera, ambient lighting, electrically adjustable ORVMs, tilt steering and steering mounted controls. On the safety front, it gets traction control, hill-descent control, six airbags, speed-sensing auto locks and four driving modes for off-roading.
Buyers can choose from either a six-seater or a seven-seater, with the second row being adjustable. The seats offer ample bolstering, and are very comfortable. Also, all three rows have AC vents – something very essential in the kind of summers we experience, here in India. The top-of-the-line model gets black leather seats with contrast stitching – a nice, sporty touch. The plastics have a good, quality feel to them, and are well put-together, while the leather-wrapped steering feels nice to grip. There are also quite a few chrome bits and bobs on the dashboard.
Engine Specifications & Performance
Powering the Hexa is a 2.2-litre, Varicor 400 diesel engine that produces 154bhp of power and 400Nm of torque. Paired to the motor is a 6-speed manual or an automatic gearbox. The engine is quite refined, but gets coarse as the revs build. Try and keep it at three-digit speeds, and it feels planted when cruising. The clutch feels light, making it a doddle to drive in city conditions. But we'd recommend the 6-speed automatic gearbox, as it shifts smoothly, while up-shifts are pretty quick too. Ride quality is really good, tackling all manner of road imperfections with utter aplomb. Tata also claims that the Hexa is pretty talented off the road as well, thanks to its Super Drive Modes.
The Tata Aria's ARAI-certified fuel efficiency figures are rated at 14.4kmpl for the diesel manual variant, and the diesel automatic model.