All the details, specification, features and variants about the Hexa that you should know
Tata motors already has started the year 2017 with a Bang by launching their pickup Xenon Yoddha now their next product too is also all set for launch as well. That’s right! Tata Motors will also be introducing the Hexa Crossover in India on 18th January 2017 in India, booking for the new vehicle has already commenced officially.
Tata unveiled the Hexa concept for the first time at the Geneva Motor show while the production form was showcased at the 2016 Auto expo last year. The Hexa is much different than the Aria Crossover which is already on sale in the Indian market and actually also promises to be much more capable offroader and gets plenty of new hardwares which will help it in some serious offroading excursions.
The Hexa will be Tata Motors flagship offering for the Indian market and will be priced in between 12 to 18 Lakh rupees which actually makes this new Crossover a direct rival for the Mahindra XUV500 and the Toyota Innova Crysta.
VARIANTS AND DETAILS
The Hexa Crossover will be offered with 6 trim options which include: XE, XM, XT, XMA, XTA, XT 4x4. The top end XT trim is the only trim only gets a 4X4 drive option which is available only with manual transmission.
The Hexa Crossover gets smoked projector headlamps, integrated daytime running lamps, wraparound LED taillamps, and 19 inch alloy wheels on the top end variants. While inside the cabin the Crossover is also equipped with plenty of accessories as well. The top end trim gets premium seat upholstery, soft touch dashboard with Hexa branding, leather wrapped steering wheel. For the entertainment of the passengers the Crossover offers ConnectNext Touchscreen Infotainment system by HarmanTM which gets integrated AM/FM, USB, AUX IN, iPOD connectivity, 10 Speaker JBL audio system (5 speakers + 4 tweeters + 1 subwoofer).
The Tata Hexa gets both Six seat and 7 seat options. The six seater variant gets captain seats with arm rests while the 7 seater gets foladable and tumble seats.
OFF ROADING HARDWARES
If we talk about off roading then surely the Hexa comes equipped with plenty of features which can surely satisfy all your off roading needs. The Hexa features Super Drive Modes, Sports mode with Race Car function, Torque on Demand 4x4 (available only with the top end trim).
The Hexa as already mentioned in our overview article that it gets plenty of safety features for its occupants. To begin with the Crossover gets Dual Airbags (Driver + Co-Driver) as standard with every trim level on offer. It also gets side and curtain airbags, Traction Control System, Hill Hold Control (HHC), Hill Descent Control (HDC), ABS with Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD) available with all the trims. Corner stability control, disc brake on all the four wheels.
The Tata Hexa Crossover gets the 2.2 Litre Varicor diesel engine in two states of tune. The Varicor 320 is available only with the XE trim produces about 150 ps of peak power at 4000 rpm and 320 Nm of torque in between 1700-2700 rpm. The Varicor 400 unit is available with the XM and XT trim and produces about 156 Ps of peak power at 4000 rpm and 400 Nm of torque at in between 1700-2700 rpm. The transmission option includes a 5 speed manual which is available only with the XE trim while the Varicor 400 variant gets the 6 speed manual as standard while there is also an option of a 6 speed automatic transmission as well. The top end XT trim is the only trim which gets manual transmission and 4 wheel drive option with it.
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