The initial batch of the Hexa seems to have some niggles

Our Tata Hexa tester isn’t in the best condition, one of the rear windows won’t open, the spare tyre is broken, reverse parking sensors malfunction and cruise control works at its own behest. There are some niggles in the car but we believe later batches will have these issues resolved as our car is from the very first batch. When you compare the Hexa with the Toyota Innova, you end up saving a lot of monies. When you compare it to the XUV500, you do miss out on a lot of features but the ruggedness and feel of an SUV is where this Tata outshines the Mahindra! More in the next report.

The Hexa is quite a VFM offering

What’s Cool

* Good space and comfort on offer
* Ride quality is excellent
* Engine + AT combo offers nice driveability

What’s Not So Cool

* Fuel efficiency isn’t very high
* Some niggles are present in our car
* Storage spaces at the front are very less

The Hexa is a worthy rival to the Innova Crysta

Further Reading

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