The much-awaited SUV from Tata Motors, Tata Hexa is finally launched all over the country with price starting from 11.99 lakh. Tata unveiled Hexa at 2016 Geneva Motor Show and the SUV gained huge popularity among the visitors. Since then the company has been positive about the launch of Hexa. Tata Motors has plans to launch many exciting rides this year. After Hexa, Tata will launch hatchback Tata Kite and then it will enter the compact SUV market with Tata Nexon. With the launch of Tata Hexa, The company will target the likes of Mahindra XUV500 and Toyota Innova.
We are bringing you all the specifications and other details of the all new Tata Hexa and we are sure that this SUV can pretty much turn the heads when you drive around the town.
As the name, ‘Tata’ has always given us a feeling of strong built and durability. Looks like Hexa is here to maintain those standards or maybe increase them a little. Hexa is powered by a 2.2-litre diesel engine from the Tata Storme and tuned for two power levels – 150 PS with 320 Nm torque and 156PS with 400 Nm torque. Tata will be offering 4X2 and 4X4 options with 6-speed Manual or Automatic transmission.
Hexa will be the most expensive ride by Tata Motors and it is still a value for money as the kind of blend of power and comfort that this SUV provides is one of a class as compared to its counterparts.
The SUV features smoked-projector headlamps, ambient mood lighting, ConnectNext touchscreen infotainment system and JBL speakers. Hexa comes in two variants regarding the seats are concerned – six or seven seats. Tata Hexa is longer and wider than any of its counterparts. Hexa’s length is 4788mm whereas Mahindra XUV500 and Toyota Innova length are measured at 4585mm and 4735mm, respectively.
Hexa comes with 6 airbags for the safety of passengers and also feature ABS and EDB and hill road assist adding to safety. The price range for Hexa varies from 11.99 lakh to 17.99 lakh depends upon the many variants offered by the company. Hexa will get four ‘Super Drive Modes’ –Auto, Comfort, Dynamic and Rough Road. Auto and Rough road modes will have the full-time all-wheel drive. The Rough Road mode churns out better power at lower rev. The fully loaded SUV is also equipped with Hill Hold Control and Hill Descent Control.
Tata is looking forward to a bright start for 2017 with the launch of Tata Hexa and other following launches. We hope all the new products by the company live up to its reputation.