2016 Tata Hexa first drive review
A big improvement over the Aria, the Hexa is Tata’s challenger to the Toyota Innova Crysta
Tata first showed off the Hexa at the 2015 Geneva Auto Show. Then the brand showed what looked like a production-ready version at the 2016 Auto Expo in February and promised a launch soon after. Since then, the launch has been steadily pushed forward, and eight months later we have finally been given a drive experience of the brand’s latest flagship. Why has it taken Tata so long? “We wanted to get it right.” Can’t argue with that!
Looks familiar doesn’t it?
That’s not entirely wrong -- nestled in the...