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  • Q. Is it sensible buying XM varient? As we looking for 7 seater in Tata Hexa.
    Sai
    Sai | 7 months ago

    Yes go for that if u want comfortable driving go for XMA
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  • Q. Will it be a good decision to buy Tata Hexa XTA (I was waiting to Buy once it will be available in BS6 but company has planned otherwise) company has informed it will replace Hexa with Harrier 7 seater in coming months. Can experts answer/Advice.
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 3 months ago

    Being a flagship product from Tata Motors, it would be hard to give a verdict regarding the discontinuity of the Tata Hexa. Moreover, the Hexa is powered by a quad-core engine which it isn't offered on any of the other SUVs from Tata Motors. Moreover, it is the only SUV which has been offered with a 4x4 powertrain variant.
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  • Q. Planning to go for Hexa XM or XMA. Which one is the best?
    Sai
    Sai | 7 months ago

    Better to take XMA because both offer same features but XMA(AUTOMATIC)is more comfortable to drive please don't add sunroof it reduces body quality
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  • Q. Hi, I am planning to buy one of the Hexa model in short period and looking for the all aspects. My plan is the going for XM varient. Is it advisable for going for this?
    Dheeraj
    Dheeraj | 11 months ago

    Go for XMA which will give you more comfort and ease of driving even in typical city conditions. XM can be bit uneasy but may give you 1 km more mileage. XMA is faster in acceleration and overtaking due to a great automatic gearbox from GM. Go for XMA in my opinion. Thanks
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  • Q. I have purchased HEXA XTA on 5th Nov 2018. Whats speeds/RPM I have to maintain during, driving in intial period for HEXA XTA?
    Dheeraj
    Dheeraj | 11 months ago

    Upto 1800 RPM for first 2000km in any gear. However company says 1500-1800km is the initial running inperiod. You may touch 100 easily in 6th gear. Up to 110 km is OK in 6th gear. 5th and 6th gears in XTA are overdrive so you are able to achieve more speed in these gears at lower RPM. Avoid sudden acceleration during this period. Thanks
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  • Q. What is the advantage of Tata Hexa AT over MT version?Which one to buy?
    Dheeraj
    Dheeraj | 10 months ago

    AT only... faster pick up, easy overtaking, better braking as it shifts down faster, very comfortable in heavy traffic, both hands on steering give you better control of the beast. Go for XTA . Manual will give you 1-2 km more mileage overall but not the other things I just mentioned in comparison to Hexa automatic. Thanks
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  • Q. Hi I am planing to buy Tata Hexa XM but worried if the manufacturer may stop, as it does not have much demand? Please suggest.
    Murali
    Murali | 1 year ago

    Don't worry.. Gofor it.. They won't stop..tata is gaining popularity in passenger vehicle segment, pls chk news... Buy it with extended warranty..
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  • Q. Is Hexa XMA good enough or XTA is worth to buy?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    The XM is the second model in its line-up and comes with two drivetrain options – manual (XM) and automatic (XMA). Adds a little bit of chrome (inside-outside) compared to the XE, such as on the grille, gear-shift knob and on the twin-pod instrument cluster Comes with body coloured ORVMs and door handles. The XM offers Super Drive Modes – Auto, Comfort and Rough Road (Dynamic is only available on the top-of-the-line XT and XT 4x4). It gets a 5.0-inch touch-based ConnectNext system with eight-speaker setup (four speakers and four tweeters) and additionally offers support for reverse parking sensors, USB/SD card input for video playback and image viewer, voice command recognition and SMS read-out. Like the Safari, the ORVMs are heated and it also comes with rear wash-wipe and defogger. The XMA, being an automatic, additionally comes with HHC (hill hold control) and Sports mode. On the other hand, XT is the range-topping model in the Hexa's line-up and can be had in three drivetrain options – XT (manual, 4x2), XTA (automatic, 4x2) and XTA 4x4 (manual, four-wheel-drive). And is the case with the previous trims, the XT range borrows features from the XM variant along with additional ones. Adds roof rails, chrome tailgate applique, front fog lamps and daytime running LEDs, all three derivations of the XT can be had with 6 or 7-seater configurations, XM’s ConnectNext unit is coupled to a 10-speaker JBL sound system featuring five speakers, four tweeters and a subwoofer in the XT range. Additionally, it also comes with a reverse parking camera, The XT and XT 4x4 adds Dynamic mode along with the remaining driving modes – Auto, Comfort and Rough Road – of the XM. The XT range comes with a total of six airbags (standard dual-front along with side and curtain airbags). Additional safety equipment available in the XT and XT 4x4 include ESP (electronic Stability Program) with roll-over mitigation, traction control system, hydraulic brake assist, hill-hold control (also available in XTA) and HDC (hill descent control). Ultimately, it boils down to you requirement. Click on the link to compare these two trims: https://www.zigwheels.com/compare-cars/tata-hexa-xma-vs-tata-hexa-xta
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  • Q. How is the overall performance of XTA. Does all d features like sensing wipers, Auto head lamps etc work well. Also what is the average fuel economy - Hexa?
    Dheeraj
    Dheeraj | 11 months ago

    Yes...performance is overwhelming. Faster gear box gives you enough grunt on just a tap of acceleration . Autoworkers work well and are very useful. Autoheadlamps also work well but I donot use them much.Thanks
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  • Q. What is basic different between Hexa XE and XTA?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 11 months ago

    The Tata Hexa XE is the entry-level variant in the line-up. It is decently loaded, but like most of the base models, cost-cutting (inside and outside) is relatively evident. The XE doesn’t come with any sort of chrome appliques to its exterior and the ORVMs and door handles are not body coloured. Apart from standard features, it comes with fabric upholstery and soft-touch dashboard with ‘Hexa’ branding. It has a monochrome MID (multi information display), which displays average and instantaneous fuel efficiencies, distance-to-empty, average speed, outside temperature and door ajar warning. On the other hand, the XT is the range-topping model in the Hexa's line-up and can be had in three drivetrain options – XT (manual, 4x2), XTA (automatic, 4x2) and XTA 4x4 (manual, four-wheel-drive). And is the case with the previous trims, the XT range borrows features from the XM variant along with additional ones. It adds roof rails, chrome tailgate applique, front fog lamps and daytime running LEDs, All three derivations of the XT can be had with 6 or 7-seater configurations. The XM’s ConnectNext unit is coupled to a 10-speaker JBL sound system featuring five speakers, four tweeters and a subwoofer in the XT range. Additionally, it also comes with a reverse parking camera. Click on the link to compare them: https://www.zigwheels.com/compare-cars/tata-hexa-xe-vs-tata-hexa-xta
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