Varicor 400 for all
Unlike what Tata has done with the Safari, all variants of the Hexa will get the Varicor 400 trim. This means that the 2.2 liter engine will produce a healthy 154 Bhp and 400 Nm making it more powerful than the XUV.
Tata has decided to load the Hexa with a lot of safety features. All variants will get ABS and airbags as standard. The higher variant will also get 6 airbags. In addition to that, the top of the line variant will get EBD, TCS, ESP, Vehicle Dynamic Control, Roll over mitigation, hill hold and hill descent control.
We have received insider information that has given us the pricing of the Hexa. The top of the line (4×4 manual) Hexa is going to be priced at Rs 17.49 lakhs ex showroom Pune where as the automatic 4×2 variant is expected to be priced at Rs 17.44 lakhs ex showroom Pune. Prices are expected to be introductory.
Tata will be offering a 3 years/1,50,00 kms warranty as standard with the Hexa. The service intervals for the vehicle are 12 months/20,000 ks which is a pretty big interval. The first service though will take place at 3 months/5,000 kms while the second will take place at 6 months/10,000 kms and the third service will take place at 1 year/20,000 kms post which the interval remains 1 year/20,000 kms.
Tata is going all out with the Hexa when it comes to features. The XM and XT trim lines will get a 10 speaker system. The Hexa will also get a 5″ touch screen system by Harman. In addition to that, the infotainment system will support voice command. The fuel meter will have 3 colour zones that will change based on the quantity of fuel left in the tank. Green, orange and red will be the colours that will be present. The Hexa will also feature a foldable flip key. The top of the line variant is also expected to get 19″ alloys. The Hexa can be had in 6 or 7 seat format. The 6 seat one features captain seats in the middle row where as the 7 seat one gets a 60/40 folding bench on the middle row.