After numerous delays, Tata Motors will finally launch the all new Hexa in India. First showcased at the Auto Expo in 2016, the crossover will be a premium offering from the company. Essentially it will replace the Tata Aria which wasn't quite successful and will compete against Mahindra XUV500 and Toyota Innova Crysta.
Based on the same dimensions as the Aria, the new Hexa will feature Tata's Impact design language, new looks and bunch of new features. It will feature a signature front grille with a honeycomb pattern underlined with a chrome strip that moves into the wraparound projector headlights.
The front bumper comes with a large air dam and cladding and also houses the fog lamps with the LED daytime running lights. The side profile is again similar to the Aria except for the floating roof design. It will also feature large 19-inch alloy wheels. Moving to the back, there are LED wraparound taillights, chrome-tipped dual exhaust, and sporty rear bumper.
Tata will be offering a choice of two diesel engines. The Varicor 320 engine churns out 148bhp of power and 320Nm of torque, while the larger Varicor 400 engine delivers 154bhp and 400Nm of torque. Transmission is handled by a six-speed manual as well as an automatic gearbox.
While official pricing is yet to be unveiled, speculations claim that the pricing will start at Rs 12.30 lakhs.
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Updated Date: Jan 17, 2017 14:44:37 IST