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Tata Hexa Maintenance cost

The estimated maintanence cost of Tata Hexa for 5 years is Rs. 31,616. The cost of first, second and third services are at Rs. 3503, Rs. 8153 and Rs. 5903 respectively. The minimum distance travelled by Tata Hexa for 1st service is 10000 km.

Tata Hexa Maintenance & Service Schedule

 
Total
3rd Service
Rs. 3503
4th Service
Rs. 8153
5th Service
Rs. 5903
6th Service
Rs. 8153
7th Service
Rs. 5903
Kms 10000 20000 30000 40000 50000
Month 12 24 36 48 60
Free/Paid Free Paid Paid Paid Paid
Part Change
Normal Engine Oil Rs. 3203 Rs. 3203 Rs. 3203 Rs. 3203 Rs. 3203
Oil Filter Rs. 300 Rs. 300 Rs. 300 Rs. 300 Rs. 300
Air Filter Rs. 0 Rs. 950 Rs. 0 Rs. 950 Rs. 0
Fuel Filter Rs. 0 Rs. 900 Rs. 0 Rs. 900 Rs. 0
Service Charge Rs. 0 Rs. 2400 Rs. 2400 Rs. 2400 Rs. 2400
Brake & Clutch Oil Rs. 0 Rs. 400 Rs. 0 Rs. 400 Rs. 0
 

Total estimated maintenance cost for 5 years

Rs. 31,616

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Tata Hexa Rs. 13.70 lakh
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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