Tata has further cut down more features from the Hexa ahead of Harrier launch.

Tata Hexa XM+
The Tata Hexa was introduced as a replacement to the Tata Aria

Tata Motors, in another attempt to cut costs, have changed and removed certain features from their popular model, the Hexa. Built on the platform used for the Tata Aria, the Hexa is a direct player against the Mahindra XUV500 and is very competitively priced. But with the cost cutting done by the company, some of the premium features of the vehicle have been removed.

The dual tail-pipe on the Hexa models have been changed and now the vehicle will use a single tail-pipe in its XE, XM, XMA, XM+ and XT variants. Another feature that has been removed is the chrome from the lower ring of the drive control switch from the XM and XM+ variants. The company has also removed the side AC grill bezel along with the door trim strip and the glovebox strip in the piano black IMD.

The Tata Hexa uses a 2.2-litre Varicor 400 diesel engine that is also used by the Safari Storme. The engine can churn out a maximum power of 156 PS and a peak torque of 400 Nm and is offered with both manual and automatic transmission options. The vehicle has a multitude of options, which make it a good fit for the Indian customer.

Tata Hexa Equipment List

– Dual tail-pipe changed to single tail-pipe in XE, XM, XMA, XM+, XT variants
– Chrome from lower ring of drive control switch has been deleted in XM and XM+ variants
– Removed side AC grill bezel, door trim strip and glovebox strip in piano black IMD

Tata Hexa Side
The Tata Hexa is known for its space and ride comfort

Source – Team-BHP.com