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Tata Motors is doing everything it can to boost car sales during this festive season. The automaker is offering massive discounts on the Harrier and Hexa, to the tune of Rs. 50,000 and Rs. 1.5 lakh respectively. The automaker is now offering a cashback offer over and above the discounts on the Harrier and Hexa. Booking the Hexa/Harrier online will give customers a cashback of Rs. 30,000. These cashbacks take the total discount on the Harrier to Rs. 80,000, and on the Hexa to Rs. 1.80 lakhs. Prices of the Tata Harrier start from Rs. 13.02 lakhs, ex-showroom Delhi while the Hexa’s prices start from Rs. 13.26 lakhs. While the Harrier is a monocoque bodied 5 seat SUV, the Hexa is a 7-seater crossover that sits on a body-on-ladder chassis.
Tata Motors is also offering a new accessory pack on both the Harrier and Hexa. Called the ProPack, this accessory bundle adds a slew of features to these SUVs, including a sunroof, wireless phone charging, tyre pressure monitoring system and more. The Harrier is Tata Motors’ latest launch in the Indian market, and was introduced in January this year. The SUV takes on the likes of the Hyundai Creta, Mahindra XUV500, Jeep Compass, Kia Seltos and MG Hector.
It’s currently a diesel-only model, and is powered by the 2-liter Fiat MultiJet turbocharged motor with 140 Bhp-350 Nm. The gearbox on offer is a 6-speed manual unit that drives the front wheels of this SUV. Tata Motors is working on a BS6 compliant Harrier, which could get a more powerful 170 Bhp-350 Nm state of tune for the diesel engine.
Tata Motors will also launch a 6-speed automatic gearbox with the Harrier. Coming to the Hexa, it’s the largest passenger cars built by Tata Motors. The Hexa is powered by a 2.2-liter VARICOR turbo diesel engine available in two states of tune: 140 Bhp-320 Nm and 156 Bhp-400 Nm. These engines are offered with 6 speed manual gearboxes as standard, while the more powerful unit also gets a 6-speed torque converter automatic gearbox option.
The Hexa is known for its impeccable ride quality that smooths out the roughest of roads, and spacious interiors that offers great comfort over both short and long-distance trips. The Hexa is also a very well-built vehicle, and is also offered with a four-wheel drive system. It’s priced quite competitively, and is a lot cheaper than the Toyota Innova Crysta.
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