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Tata Hexa Latest Updates

Tata has launched the 2019 Hexa with a few feature updates and cosmetic enhancements. While the starting price remains unchanged at Rs 12.99 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) for the base XE variant, the top three trims - the XT 4x2, XT 4x4 and the XTA 4x2 - have gone up by Rs 20,000. The 2019 Hexa gets a new 7-inch Harman-sourced touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto connectivity. Other updates include diamond-cut alloy wheels in the automatic variants while the mid- and top-spec manual variants get new 16-inch Charcoal Grey units. Further, the top-spec variants can be had with dual-tone colours - Infinity Black and Titanium Grey - as well.

The Tata Harrier is powered by a 2.2-litre diesel engine that puts out 150PS of power and 320Nm of torque in the base-spec XE variant and 160PS and 400Nm in all other trims. However, the base XE variant could soon be discontinued from the lineup. While the base variant is only available with a 5-speed manual, the others can be had with a 6-speed manual or auto ‘boxes. The top-spec XT variant is even available with four-wheel-drive as well.

Hexa Specifications

The Hexa comes with the 2.2-litre engine we’ve seen in the Safari Varicor400. The four-cylinder engine makes 156PS and 400Nm of torque that’s available with either a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic. The automatic variant felt easier to drive especially because the shifts were smooth. The manual variant’s clutch keeps you guessing at first, but it isn’t hard to get used to. It can now easily switch between the four different driving modes – Auto, Comfort, Dynamic and Rough Road, for increased comfort & stability over difficult terrains. This set of modes on offer are known as ‘Super Drive Modes’.

Hexa Variants

The Hexa has six variants to choose from. While the base XE variant comes at a price of Rs 12.99 lakh (ex-showroom), the top of the line XTA (4x4) automatic variant sets you back by Rs 18.36 lakh.

Hexa Features

The Tata Hexa comes with a “don’t mess with me” vibe. From the front, its mean bonnet, the hexagonal front grille and projector headlamps create one helluva road presence. From the side, it is less imposing with its Aria inspired squareness, although it does stand tall with its 19-inch wheels. These are now available in a new diamond cut pattern for Automatic variants while manual variants receive a new charcoal grey design. The drop down elements from the roof and the blacked-out pillar gives it a distinct look which is enhanced with new dual-tone option in the Infinity Black and Titanium Grey top end XT variants. The first thing you will notice from the back are the chunky taillamps that wrap around onto the tailgate. And yes, there’s enough chrome to impress potential Indian buyers.

Staying true to its name, the Hexa can quite comfortably fit half a dozen people. The seats are quite comfortable and there’s enough space to film a Star Wars movie. Tall passengers won’t be complaining about the headroom or legroom either. Surprisingly, the third row isn’t as cramped as it seems. It is (almost) comfortable for any full-grown adult. The centre console now features a new 7-inch touch screen over the 5-inch infotainment from before, paired to the same 10 speaker JBL setup. If Tata paid a little more attention in terms of quality, the Hexa’s cabin would be one lovely space to be in. Speaking of which, you get 129 litres of bootspace, which is enough for a picnic basket. However, if you flip the third row, you can almost fit an entire dining table.

Tata Hexa Competitors

Mahindra XUV 500: The Mahindra XUV 500 is the direct rival to the Hexa. It’s ease of driving, fuel efficiency and equipment outshine that of the Hexa, but it takes a tumble when it comes to refinement, built quality and overall passenger comfort.

Toyota Innova Crysta : Toyota has dominated the Indian market for over two decades, and the Cysta just proves us why. The extra 4 lakh premium offers you more punch across all parameters, which include better ride quality, reliability and dependability, and not to mention a great re-sale value.

 
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Tata Hexa Price

The prices of Hexa diesel variants start at Rs. 13.70 lakh and the top-end diesel is priced at Rs. 19.28 lakh.

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Tata Hexa Variants Price List

Hexa Safari Edition
2179 cc | Diesel | Manual
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Hexa XE
2179 cc | Diesel | Manual
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Hexa XM
2179 cc | Diesel | Manual
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Editor's View of Tata Hexa

  • Upside

    Price, Space, Automatic Gearbox

  • Downside

    No push button start, Keyless entry, 4x4 with manual only

  • Our Verdict

    The Hexa comes across as a great package especially thanks to its competitive pricing. Also all variants are well equipped and it offers safety features like dual front airbags, ABS and EBD as standard across the range.

Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Hexa

Q. With the BS-VI norms coming, is it a good idea to buy a Tata Hexa?
  • At this much price Hexa is just a steel deal. BS VI definitely prove road black for Hexa if Tata motors do not think of upgrading it with Fiat 2.0 engine. And if Tata has plans to make it BS 6 complaint from emission and pedestrian safety perspective then it will be a great vehicle to own anytime in near future. You.must watch for tata Motors policy on this. But HEXA XTA or XMA are the best vehicles available at this price which you can easily run for next 10 years without trouble. It is my opinion.
  • Yes
Q. Is tata hexa can be said as successful suv and is it worth to buy?
  • I took a hexa from zoom car, it is a pain to drive witin city, a huge vehicle to manoeuvre in traffic, mileage is hell, seat folding locks are cumbersome, rear 3 rd row seat is cramped and boot space is too small ( compared to innova) door locks are bad and steering response is far far lesser than ford or toyota... front seat is good, ac is powerful, car look is from the 1990s breaks are good, rolling feel is less features are kind of ok to good, dashboard look is good and oh yes too much of crome use for a manly suv
  • It is supper SUV, people are not understanding the vehicle. It is exceptionally doing good. If u want purchase same standard in Crysta u have to pay min 6 lack more, and it is heavy vehicle and road presence is super. I own the XT version purchased in 2017, till now meter reading is more than 82000kms.💪👌
  • I own a base model Hexa xe. It has these features that only high-end models in other brands have. Bluetooth with steering control, s4 wheel disk brakes with ABS, Sun blinds in rear windows, all rows AC vents with controls, Rear seat arm rest, Internally adjustable orvm's, Rear seat 12 volts socket, Harman audio with six JBL speakers. Definitely worth If you are ok with 5 seater then I suggest you try Harrier. It's awesome
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Q. Why tata hexa sale is low?
  • The Hexa looks mean and certainly makes an impression on the road. It is quite spacious and can tackle bad roads easily, and it is priced well. It is safe to say that the Hexa ticks all the right boxes with few minor compromises like there is No 4x4 + automatic combo on offer, top-end XT 4x4 is available only with a 6-speed manual transmission, No push button start and Keyless entry. There are several exciting options available in its competition like Hyundai Creta, Jeep compass, Mahindra XUV500, Toyota Innova Crysta which takes the like of Hexa.
  • Due to the Indian mind set. No doubt Because is superior than all the others in the competition but Indian market is a Hoax based market, people buy only what they see more on the road or what they hear about, People don't research themselves.
  • Only reason I learnt is the very poor resale value. If Tata implements buy back guarantee like MG Hector, it will definitely pickup the momentum..
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Q. I want to exchange Tata Manza with any SUV or any.* 1) Budget 20 lakhs in Karnataka on road. 2) My Yearly running 13500 Km. 3) AMT with manual 4) Cruise control 5) Reverse parking system 6) 5 + passenger 7) 450+ litre boot space or equivalent 3ŕd row foldable seat (8) AC rare seat. (9) ground clearance 200mm (10) very comfortable ride in pot hole and humps. I have taken test drive of Tata Hexa XMA, Mahindra 500 W7, Marazoo M6 and Nissan kicks top end.
  • As per your daily car usage, petrol fuel type would be a great pick and unfortunately, there is no car which fulfils all your requirements. Moreover, you may have a look at Honda BRV i-VTEC V CVT. It comes with 7-seater configuration and has 223 liter of boot space also it get 60:40 Split Foldable Rear Seat to make more space. It gets Cruise control, 210mm of ground clearance, Rear Camera, Rear Parking Sensors, Rear AC Vent etc. It comes with a 6-speed CVT automatic transmission but you won't get any manual mode with it.In order to get your car exchanged, we would suggest you to contact the nearest authnorised dealership as they would be better people to help you in this concern.
Q. Which is the best in terms of maintenance and long-term performance? Hexa xe or XUV500 W7?
  • Hexa XE is value for money and it is low in maintenance compares to XUV500. Tata cars are really performing better now. I drove my hexa 50k km and it still have that pleasure to drive feeling. Hexa is better in size it's bigger, fuel efficiency, offroading ability, maintenance cost and it's build quality feels safe. XUV 500 JUST BETTER LOOKS.
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Q. Is Tata Hexa available with a Petrol engine?
  • NO
  • No but Innova is available in petrol variant.
  • No
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Tata Hexa Mileage

Fuel Type Transmission ARAI Claimed Mileage User Reported Mileage
Diesel Automatic 17.6 kmpl 12 kmpl
Diesel Manual 17.6 kmpl 14 kmpl

Tata Hexa User Reviews

4.5 /5
115 Rating & 53 reviews
  • Features & Styling
    4.6/5
  • Comfort
    4.8/5
  • Performance
    4.5/5
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  • Maintenance Cost
    4.3/5
  • Safety
    4.8/5
  • Mileage
    4.0/5

Preferred For : Family & Daily Commute

61% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above

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  • 4.7

    I have always been a tata hexa fan since the car was launched. finally i purchased car in 2018. styling features safety everything about the car is perfect except the issues that i have gone through after purchasing the car. Hexa has problem of Engine head leakage s my brand new cars engine was opened before completing a year and even the engine belt is making noise. i feel really sad that my new car engine was opened even if they have fixed it completely still i will suggest if you want to go for 7 seater or 6 seater then go for INNOVA if your budget is around 18-19 lakh.

  • 4.7

    This car is very super car .i have no this car but I want our experience is that locking and1safety wise very nice car milese also.my dream car is xmplus we are found more feature. with big size wheels locking beautiful.

  • 5.0

    It is excellent SUV for long trip, Comfortable for six people, make betterment of turbo mechanism it make additional sound while opening of turbo after show room visit it is better now even u can still make it soundless otherwise it is an excellent SUV

  • 4.3

    Its a Wonderful Car. Was driving Toyota Camry & Corolla for the past 10 years. But Tata Hexa Experience is totally different. Its Amazing ride comfort and the control you get over the car although its a big beast is awesome.

  • 4.7

    Good vehicle with all high end goodies. However the screen of system could have still bigger and with respect to engine during lower speed in xta a bit could be more punching pickup

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  • 4.7

    This car is very super car .i have no this car but I want our experience is that locking and1safety wise very nice car milese also.my dream car is xmplus we are found more feature. with big size wheels locking beautiful.

  • 5.0

    11kmpl in city14 kmpl on highways

  • 4.7

    nice car wonder full large space and comfort stylish luxury

  • 4.0

    tata has to work towards aftersales serviceand improve the quality of some plastics in the cabin

  • 5.0

    Fantastic automatic car which gives you full comfort and control on the Indian roads

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Tata Hexa Expert Reviews

  • Tata Hexa 4x4 MT Review: Are-ya Different?
    Tata Hexa 4x4 MT Review: Are-ya Different?

    The Hexa is an embodiment of Tata’s aspirations to transform into a modern, stylish and sophisticated brand. But, can the Hexa shake off the legacy of the 'old' Tata and make a mark in the full-size SUV segment? And just how different is it from the Aria crossover? We find out.

    Aug 14, 2017
  • Tata Hexa: First Drive Review
    Tata Hexa: First Drive Review

    Can the Hexa help Tata reclaim ground in the thriving SUV segment?

    Oct 21, 2016

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Tata Hexa Colours

  • Urban Bronze
  • Tungsten Silver
  • Sky Grey
  • Pearl White
  • Arizona Blue

Tata Hexa Service Cost

The estimated service cost for Tata Hexa
Diesel (5 years) Rs. 31,616
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