Tata launches 2019 Hexa in India at Rs 12.99 lakhs

Tata launches 2019 Hexa in India at Rs 12.99 lakhs New Tata Hexa
author image Desirazu Venkat
Thursday 28 February 2019, 12:04 PM

An updated version of the Tata Hexa has been launchedn in India. This is a 2019 MY update for Tata's flagship SUV and sees it recieve minor exterior updates, new design for the alloy wheels as well as an Android Auto compatible Harman touchscreen with a 7.0-inch display.

This 2019 Hexa will be offered in five colours with the dual tone roof options in the top end variants in two colours- Infinity Black and Titanium Grey. Tata will continue to offer diamond cut alloy wheels for top spec automatic variants while the manual transmission will be styled with Charcoal Grey Alloy Wheels.

There are seven variants and with one 2.2-litre diesel engine in two states of tune. In the XE and XM variants it produces 148bhp/320Nm while in the XM+ and XT/XTA variants it produces 154bhp /400Nm. A six-speed manual is common across the range while a six-speed AT is available in the XMA/XTA variants.

The Tata Hexa is a direct rival for the likes of the Mahindra XUV500 and Mahindra Scorpio but is also a seven-seat option when looking at vehicles like the Hyundai Creta, Nissan Kicks and the upcoming Kia SP2i.

Commenting on the launch of the 2019 Hexa, SN Barman - vice president, sales, marketing and customer support, passenger vehicles business unit, Tata Motors said, “In our continuous Endeavour to offer our customers with a superior driving experience, we are pleased to introduce the new Hexa 2019 edition. Our versatile SUV Hexa has caught the imagination of the country with its distinctive on-road and off-road capabilities and has witnessed a strong traction in the market. We are confident that this new edition will help us take forward our brand promise of offering customers aspirational products with the next level of design and technology.”

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