July 10, 2017: Post GST, the ex-showroom prices of the Tata Hexa have gone down. The margin of price reduction is different in different cities, depending on the older tax structure. Priced have dropped across all variants.
Delhi: The Tata Hexa XE is now priced at Rs 10.95 lakh, as opposed to Rs 11.99 lakh pre-GST. This is a drop of approx Rs 1.04 lakh.
Mumbai: The Tata Hexa XE is now priced at Rs 11.13 lakh, as opposed to Rs 12.11 lakh pre-GST. This is a drop of approx Rs 98,000.
Do note that prices for insurance are marginally higher, as they are taxed at 18 per cent instead of the earlier 15 per cent.
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The Hexa has six variants to choose from. While the base XE variant comes at a price of Rs 11.9 lakh (ex-showroom), the top of the line XTA (4x4) automatic variant sets you back by Rs 17.40 lakh. The XMA variant seems to hit the sweet spot with automatic transmission, twin-pod instrument clusters and hill hold assist and a price tag of Rs 15.05 Lakhs.
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.
Price, Space, Automatic Gearbox
No push button start, Keyless entry, 4x4 with manual only
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.
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