Just a few days after launching the Harrier, Tata Motors has silently increased prices for the Hexa. The SUV’s range now starts from Rs 12.99 lakh and goes up to Rs 18.16 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
The base XE trim receives a price hike of Rs 42,000 while the rest of the variants have been hiked by a uniform Rs 19,000. The updated pricing makes the Hexa Tata’s most expensive product in their portfolio, taking over from the recently-introduced Harrier.
The Hexa will be continued to be sold 7 variants with one engine and three gearbox options. Powering the Hexa is a 2.2-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine that puts out 150hp and 320Nm while being mated to a five-speed manual gearbox in the base XE variant. In the remaining six variants, the engine produces 156hp and 400Nm of torque and comes coupled to either a six-speed manual or automatic gearbox. A 4x4 variant is available too, albeit only on the top-spec XT trim and with the manual gearbox.
Given below are the revised prices for the Tata Hexa, in comparison to the old prices.
|Tata Hexa variant-wise prices (ex-showroom, Delhi)|
|Variants||Old prices||New prices|
|Hexa XE 4x2||Rs 12.57 lakh||Rs 12.99 lakh|
|Hexa XM 4x2||Rs 14.19 lakh||Rs 14.38 lakh|
|Hexa XM+ 4x2||Rs 15.27 lakh||Rs 15.46 lakh|
|Hexa XMA 4x2||Rs 15.43 lakh||Rs 15.62 lakh|
|Hexa XT 4x2||Rs 16.64 lakh||Rs 16.83 lakh|
|Hexa XTA 4x2||Rs 17.80 lakh||Rs 17.99 lakh|
|Hexa XT 4x4||Rs 17.97 lakh||Rs 18.16 lakh|
In our road test of the Hexa, some of the qualities that shone through included its impressive refinement, an upmarket look and feel, spacious interiors and superb ride quality. For now, the Hexa is Tata’s most expensive passenger car, though that will change when the seven-seat version of the Harrier (codename H7X) arrives later this year.
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