Refreshed Tata Hexa launched at Rs 14.38 lakh

The Tata Hexa has been mildly up to date for 2019, with beauty modifications for the exteriors, together with a brand new infotainment system. Prices for the model had been revised upwards recently in order to keep away from overlapping with Tata’s Harrier. With this replace, the bottom XE variant (which was priced at Rs 12.99 lakh) has been discontinued; the Hexa vary now begins with the XM at Rs 14.38 lakh.

The XM, XMA and XM+ variants of the 2019 Hexa now get the Harman-sourced 7.Zero-inch touchscreen infotainment system from the Tata Tiago XZ+ that had launched at the end of last year, changing the 5.Zero-inch unit that was on provide earlier. The Infotainment system will get Android Auto compatibility and comes with a 10-speaker JBL system.

Together with the bigger infotainment system, the top-spec Hexa XT, XTA and XTA 4×4 variants now include dual-tone exterior end choices. The roof might be completed in both black or gray – the previous might be mixed with both a white, silver or gray end, whereas the latter might be had with blue or bronze (brown) physique paint. The interiors of those variants now additionally see the addition of a chrome encompass for the AC vents and infotainment display screen and a black end on the decrease a part of the steering wheel.

The XMA and XTA variants on the up to date Hexa now include the 19-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels whereas the mid- and higher-spec handbook variants – the XM, XM+, XT and XT 4×4 – get the 16-inch Charcoal Gray alloys.

Mechanically, the Hexa continues unchanged –  the two.2-litre diesel engine makes 156hp and 400Nm of peak torque and is mated to both a 6-speed handbook and automated transmission choices.

Whereas Tata is likely to discontinue the Hexa by the middle of next year (in order that the model can keep away from the big funding required for the mannequin to adjust to upcoming security and emission norms), it should proceed to be the most costly passenger automobile in Tata’s line-up; no less than till the seven-seat model of the Harrier – codenamed H7X – will arrive later this yr.

2019 Tata Hexa variant-wise costs (ex-showroom, Delhi)
Variants Worth (ex-showroom, Delhi)
Hexa XM 4×2 Rs 14.38 lakh
Hexa XM+ 4×2 Rs 15.47 lakh
Hexa XMA 4×2 Rs 15.63 lakh
Hexa XT 4×2 Rs 17.04 lakh
Hexa XTA 4×2 Rs 18.20 lakh
Hexa XT 4×4 Rs 18.37 lakh

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