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The Hexa is a rival to cars like the Mahindra XUV500 and the Toyota Innova Crysta; prices start from ₹11.99 lakh.

Tata’s latest offering, the Hexa, is the company’s second shot at the premium crossover space. Prices for the car start at ₹11.99 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), and it takes on models like the Mahindra XUV500 and the Toyota Innova Crysta.

It is powered by a 2.2-litre diesel engine and comes with an option of both manual and automatic gearboxes; it can even be owned with four-wheel drive on the fully loaded variant.

Despite being a people mover, Tata has spared no effort in making the Hexa look like a proper SUV. Its exterior is replete with body cladding, massive alloy wheels and angular elements, all of which give the Hexa a lot of presence. It’s quite a practical car too. Its interior can be owned in either a six- or seven-seat layout, and it comes packed with features like a 10-speaker JBL audio system. Listed below are the variant-wise ex-showroom prices and equipment lists of the Hexa.

 Tata Hexa variant breakup and prices

Tata Hexa XE (MT Only) XE - ₹11.99 lakh

  1. Varicor 320 engine (150hp)
  2. Five-speed manual gearbox
  3. Dual front airbags
  4. Power folding wing mirrors
  5. Remote central locking
  6. Projector headlamps
  7. Steering-mounted audio controls
  8. Six-speaker infotainment system
  9. Cooled glovebox
  10. Tilt steering
     

Tata Hexa XM (MT and AT) XM - ₹13.85 lakh/ XMA - ₹15.05 lakh

  1. Varicor 400 engine (156hp)
  2. Six-speed MT/ Six-speed AT
  3. Reverse parking sensors
  4. Heated wing mirrors
  5. Rear wiper with defogger
  6.  Three Super Drive Modes
  7. Customisable interior lighting
  8. eight-speaker infotainment system with Bluetooth, USB, AUX and iPod connectivity
  9. USB and SD card video playback, and image viewer
  10. Voice command recognition
  11. Body coloured ORVMs and door handles


Tata Hexa XT (4X2 MT, 4X2 AT and 4x4 MT) XT - ₹16.20 lakh/ XTA - ₹17.4 lakh/ XT 4X4 - ₹17.49 lakh

  1. Varicor 400 engine (156hp)
  2. Six-speed MT/ Six-speed AT
  3. Side and curtain airbags
  4. ESP with rollover mitigation
  5. Traction control
  6. Hill-hold and Hill descent control
  7. Hydraulic brake assist
  8. Reverse parking camera
  9. Cruise control
  10. 10-speaker infotainment system with Bluetooth, USB, AUX and iPod connectivity
  11. Automatic headlamps
  12. Rain sensing wipers
  13. Climate control
  14. Leather seats
  15. Leather wrapped steering wheel
  16. 19-inch alloy wheels
  17. Daytime running lights (DRLs)

                                                       

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