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Tata Hexa

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₹ 12.49 - ₹ 17.89 Lakh
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Hexa Specifications
Engine 2179 cc
Power 147.94 bhp
Transmission Manual
ABS Yes
Driver Airbag Yes
Turbo Charger Yes
USB & Aux Yes
Integrated 2DIN Audio Yes

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Things We Like in Hexa
  • Attractive outer profile, its Impact design philosophy makes it more acceptable
  • Spacious, high-quality and featured loaded interiors
  • Automatic transmission makes the city as well as highway drive a pleasant experience
Things We Dont Like in Hexa
  • Third row access is a bit flawed
  • Steering feels heavy at low speeds
  • Doesn’t get AWD and automatic combination, that will be a pure bliss if available

Price List of Hexa

Variant Price Specifications  
XE ₹ 12.49 Lakh*
Ex-Showroom Price
2179 cc, 147.94 bhp, Manual, Diesel
XM ₹ 14.11 Lakh*
Ex-Showroom Price
2179 cc, 153.86 bhp, Manual, Diesel
XM Plus ₹ 15.27 Lakh*
Ex-Showroom Price
Diesel
XMA ₹ 15.35 Lakh*
Ex-Showroom Price
2179 cc, 153.86 bhp, Automatic, Diesel
XT ₹ 16.56 Lakh*
Ex-Showroom Price
2179 cc, 153.86 bhp, Manual, Diesel
XTA ₹ 17.72 Lakh*
Ex-Showroom Price
2179 cc, 153.86 bhp, Automatic, Diesel
XT 4X4 ₹ 17.89 Lakh*
Ex-Showroom Price
2179 cc, 153.86 bhp, Manual, Diesel
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Tata Hexa Price In Popular Cities

  • Ahmedabad

    ₹ 12.49 - ₹ 17.74 Lakh

  • Bangalore

    ₹ 12.49 - ₹ 17.81 Lakh

  • Chandigarh

    ₹ 12.49 - ₹ 17.98 Lakh

  • Chennai

    ₹ 11.92 - ₹ 17.37 Lakh

  • Ghaziabad

    ₹ 12.49 - ₹ 17.89 Lakh

  • Gurgaon

    ₹ 11.85 - ₹ 17.42 Lakh

Tata Hexa Colors

Hexa is available in 5 different colors - Pearl White, Platinum Silver, Tungsten Silver, Sky Grey and Arizona Blue.

  • Pearl White

  • Platinum Silver

  • Tungsten Silver

  • Sky Grey

  • Arizona Blue

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Hexa Mileage

Variant Mileage (City) Mileage (Highway)
Diesel kmpl 17.6 kmpl

Review of Hexa

  • Overview
  • Interior
  • Exterior
  • Mileage Running Cost
  • Comfort Suspension
  • Engine Performance
  • Braking Safety

Overview

The Hexa is a quintessence of Tata’s aspirations to transform the manufacturer into a contemporary and sophisticated brand. With Hexa, Tata is trying to shake things up and the decent sales despite being falling in the high price range, testify its popularity among the buyers in India. Tata Hexa is the successor to the old Aria MPV/crossover in Tata’s line-up. The new SUV does have the potential to be in the forefront in Tata’s clan. Engineers at the Tata motors has done an exceptional job at every detail and getting the right mix of all the features. The Hexa gets attractive outer profile, amazing list of features and powerful engine options making it a preferable choice for buyers wanting a decent mid-sized SUV that also gives the benefits of an MPV.
On the outside, Tata Hexa gets not only aggressive stance but dons a more sophisticated avatar. One can’t ignore the aura it reflects. The styling of Tata Hexa is refreshing, clean and uncluttered. At many places, Hexa bears a strong resemblance to its predecessor- Aria. The front façade gets hexagonal radiator grille while the projector headlamps makes it more appealing. The position of the LED DRLs and the massive faux skid plate do help in tying the design up neatly. On the sides, since the silhouette remains almost the same but some of the elements details makes Hexa stand out. The top-spec model gets 19-inch alloy wheels with five-spoke design, other variants gets 16-inch steel rims. At the back, things remain quite simple and pleasant. The tail lamp now gets the LED treatment, angular reflectors on the deflectors and spoiler that makes it look sportier. Dimensionally, Hexa measures 4788mm long, 1900mm wide, 1785mm high while the wheelbase stands at 2850mm. The new Tata Hexa is available in graceful colour choices viz. Tungsten Silver, Sky Grey, Pearl White, Arizona Blue and Urban Bronze.
As you step inside Hexa, you’ll be surprised by the excess amount of space. Yes that’s true, inside the cabin it has a lot of space including both at the front as well as the back. The back seaters don’t complain about the less legroom and headroom. The doors open wide and nice that makes the egress and ingress quite easy. Seats are quite comfy and are covered with leather feel upholstery that feels upmarket. The long feature list includes automatic climate control, cruise control, electrically adjustable rear view mirror, push engine start/stop button, rear parking camera and sun blinds. Other oodles of comfort include Advanced Driver Information System (DIS), tilt adjustable power steering, 8-way adjustable driver seat, rain sensing wipers, automatic headlamps and ConnectNext infotainment system by Harman with 10 speaker JBL sound system.
Checking out the specifications, Tata Hexa is powered by the 2.2L VARICOR diesel engine. The oil burner is available in two states of tune. The base variant XE is available with 150PS of power and 320Nm of maximum torque. All the other trims come with the engine that is capable of generating 156PS of power and maximum torque of 400Nm. The only diesel powertrain is offered with 6-speed manual gearbox while its two variants XM and XT are also available with 6-speed automatic transmission. The 4X4 option is available with the top-spec variant XT only. Hexa is offered in 4 different driving modes such as – Auto, Comfort, Dynamic and Rough Road and the modes altogether are called as ‘Super Drive Modes’. In terms of fuel efficiency, Tata Hexa delivers ARAI tested mileage figures of 17.6kmpl.
Tata Hexa has been packed with a comprehensive suite which instils confidence of absolute safety. The list of safety measures includes 6 airbags (drivers, co-driver, side and curtain airbags), ABS with EBD, Electronic Stability Program (ESP) with Rollover mitigation, Corner Stability Control, Traction control system, Brake Assist, Hill Hold control and Hill descent control (HDC). Other aspects include child safety lock, central locking, power door lock, reverse parking camera with sensors and front and rear fog lamps.
Tata Hexa currently is available in six different trims such as XE, XM, XT, XMA, XTA and XT 4X4. The pricing for the Hexa starts from Rs. 12.57 lakh and goes up to Rs. 17.97 lakh. Its base model XE is available at the price tag of Rs. 12.57 lakh. The mid-range trim XM and automatic variant XMA are offered at the price tag of Rs. 14.19 lakh and Rs. 15.43 lakh respectively. The Hexa’s top selling variant XT is tagged at Rs. 16.64 lakh while the automatic version XTA is tagged at Rs. 17.8 lakh. The top of the line XT 4X4 is offered at the price tag of Rs. 17.97 lakh, ex-showroom. The mean machine with ticks on all the right boxes is up against the likes of Toyota Innova Crysta, Mahindra XUV 500 and Mahindra Marazzo in the segment.

Interior

The interiors of the Tata Hexa are truly welcoming; thanks to the all-black cabin with superb finishing that gives the feel of a premium vehicle. The car features piano-back inserts and brushed grey plastic and the effort seems to be towards making the dashboard look cool. However, by utilizing several materials and plastics, it looks like the design is lacking classiness. The steering wheel reminds us of the newer generation cars coming out of Tata’s stable. There are mounted controls for audio, telephony and cruise on the large 4-spoke tilt adjustable steering. Sadly, the steering is only rake adjustable not reach and this is certainly a down considering the price this car falls in.
Tata has really upped the game in terms of advanced features. The Hexa features instrument cluster with two large analogue dials along with a 3.5-inch advanced driver information display resting in between. The driver information display (DIS) give loads of information and one can switch through the information by using stalks on the right hand side of the steering. Coming to the centre console, it has been gracefully divided with the top portion featuring ac vents and chrome accents and below there is a 5-inch touchscreen infotainment unit.
The ConnectNext infotainment with chrome surrounds looks pretty and in fact similar in size fitted in other Tata cars such as Bolt and Zest. But it does the required job as it is loaded with plenty of tech such as Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The unit also supports plenty of apps including Juke App through which a song playlist can be automatically created to playback desired songs of all the passengers. The ConnectNext app suite also includes NaviMaps for navigation and Tata Smart Remote App for controlling lighting, audio and media screen. The decibels are provided by JBL with 10-speaker setup which is unexpectedly low on output.
The car features climate control the setup of which sits right below the infotainment. With individual ac vents on the floor-mounted console, the cabin takes no time in cooling. Though the HVAC unit give access to control all the blowers across the cabin, the speed can also be controlled independently via roof-mounted console. Just below the climate controls, there you get 12V charging point, USB/Aux-In connectivity as well as rotary selector for ‘Super Drive Modes’.
The door lock and unlock buttons are placed on the centre console instead of usual driver side door pad so some might feel a bit confusing initially but these things get accustomed with time. Moreover, in case you need to open the individual doors from inside, the only option are the pull-type locks which need some effort. The leather covering with white contrast stitching on the seats lends a nice look and feel. The seats are nicely cushioned and are well bolstered as well. Hop on to the driver’s seat and you will find that it can be adjustable in 8 different ways and also comes with lumbar support. However, the footwell is a bit tight since the central tunnel takes some space invading the room available for the left foot.
At the front, the centre armrest comes handy while the large door pads offer enough space to dump one large bottle along with small knick knacks. Coming to the second row bench seats, they are comfortable as they have fore and aft adjustment and also reclining functionality so that you can sit with your leg crossed. Further, the second row can be split folded in 60:40 ratio while the occupants will also like the side shades which are manually deployable.
And just like most 7-seater vehicles, the third row passengers will be least comfortable. The last row can be accessed by tumble folding the second-row seats. Though it has low under-thigh support, adult can sit there for short highway journeys. Another noticeable flaw is that the curtain airbags only extends to the c-pillar that means the passengers at the third row aren’t protected by them. However, the passengers at the third row do get individual headrests, 3-point seatbelts as well as convenient storage space. The headroom and legroom is just adequate and best for shorter distances as mentioned earlier.
With the second and third row seats up, the boot space is 128L which is quite good as compared to cars such as XUV500 which practically gives nothing. Fold the third row seats and it frees up more space while the maximum capacity of luggage is 671L with both second and third row seats folded. Overall, Tata has done a commendable job in terms of providing comfort and practicality in this car.

Exterior

Though Tata has applied utmost effort in giving Hexa a distinctive image than that of its predecessor Aria, but the fact is it is a ‘heavily’ revised Aria. The company says every panel on the car has been re-sculpted. The design is highly appreciable with the front profile having high-set clamshell bonnet, large hexagonal grille and swept back headlamps. There is large air dam below the bumper while the LED DRLs and the fog lamps beneath lend a handsome look to the car.
While lines and creases on the sides and the overall proportion of the car do show traits of a crossover, the company has tried to add butch looks as much as possible. The lower plastic cladding, flared wheel arches, 19-inch two-spoke alloy wheels, and roof rails, all add some strength to the profile while the blackened pillars create a floating roof effect. The ORVMs are huge and they come integrated with LED turn indicators. Then there is prominent Hexa branding in the form of chrome strip on the large third-row window which is certainly a nice touch. The use of chrome strips is also on the door handles adding a little more panache, increasing the sense of richness.
At the rear, the opinions can be polarized but most would agree that the best view of Hexa is when it is viewed from the rear quarter. The car looks modern, contemporary and eye catchy with each element contributing to the looks. The stylish wraparound horizontal tail lights with integrated LED lighting technology, looks captivating to the senses. The tail lamps are connected via thick chrome strip with the company logo in the middle standing like a boss. Other elements such as meaty tail pipes and the small spoiler at the top also enhance the more upright stance of the car.

Mileage Running Cost

Though the car packs the same engine working in Safari Storme, the fuel efficiency has been improved by variety of means such as in the comfort mode when there is sudden increase in torque it is softened to get smoother drive experience and the gentle responses coming from helps in gaining more fuel economy.
While the ARAI certified mileage stands at 17.6kmpl, still the real world mileage figures clearly shows that Hexa is a better highway buddy returning around 15kmpl. On the other hand, the car can easily deliver around 10kmpl in city driving conditions.

Comfort Suspension

There isn’t any doubt that the earlier Aria was fully capable of handling bad roads. And the traits can be seen in the successor as well. The 19-inch wheels which are largest in its class are coupled with variable rate dampers offering excellent ride quality. Moreover, the way recalibrated suspension setup dismisses the potholes and other road imperfections is truly commendable. And more rigidity in chassis has helped in fine tuning of the suspension further.
But at the rear, the suspension is much stiffer, this approach is to make the vehicle sportier. And this can be experienced at highways where the car feels totally composed as the suspension work as a cover up for the massive size of the vehicle. However, propelling it hard will increase the body roll.
The hydraulic steering is light and vague at high speeds and this is a disadvantage. There is overmuch loose at the centre of steering and as you turn into the corners, it appears to be disconnected. But despite of all the odds, the Hexa is unquestionably the best in terms of ride quality in its class.

Engine Performance

The engine of Hexa has been derived from Aria and currently working in Safari Storme, the 2.2L Varicor 400 unit has been extensively tweaked. The company says the block, intake, head and turbo systems have been revised to return increased power and torque density and improved refinement levels. The 4-cylinder motor pumps out 156PS and 400Nm of torque which is transmitted either via 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic gearbox. There is also a diluted version of the engine with 150PS and 320Nm of torque, available for the base XE variant. But this engine is only available with the 5-speed manual transmission.
Start the engine and you will feel that it is fairly quiet, however it will take some to build smooth pace as the clutch shows a sudden bite. Moreover, it needs considerable amount of effort to change the gears with slotting into the 5th one needs a bit of speculation. The plus point of this engine is the convenient drivability it offers with the early and nice spooling of the turbo enabling you to stroll in single gear. While moving on, one can drag the rev needle to up to 4600 rpm. And you won’t experience any lack of performance in this rev range but it is not exciting either considering the kerb weight of over 2.2 ton.
The engine is refined as mentioned earlier and remains silent till about 3200 rpm. The car uses ESP 9.0 from Bosch which packs features such as traction control, hill hold and hill descent control. And these road assist features in conjunction with different engine modes and AWD has enabled the company to offer driving modes such as Auto, Comfort, Dynamic and Off-Road.
In the comfort mode, there is sudden surge of torque which is tempered for a smoother driving experience and suit the sedate driving style. In the Dynamic mode, the engine performance remains unrestricted as the ESP intervention is delayed. In terms of comfort mode, the AWD system is engaged only when needed with about 45 percent of torque transmitted to the front wheels. Talking about the off-road mode, the AWD setup helps maintain consistency while the ESP which is recalibrated especially for this mode, helps the car to remain planted on loose surfaces.
The automatic gearbox is the one that would impress you the most. The 6-speed gearbox is a gem of transmission refining the character of the engine and making the experience of easy going much better. Though the shifts from the automatic gearbox aren’t lightning quick, but if you are driving in the normal conditions, the shifts are predictable, thus giving feeling of natural driving. If you are in the Sport mode, there is an aggressive downshift. This is to keep the engine in the 3400 rpm range to get maximum performance.
The big dimensions would be a problem in pottering in the cities, especially in the congested areas. However, once you are on open stretches, you will feel that the car has come to life.

Braking Safety

Despite the car having all-disc brake setup, it does not inspire confidence and there is always a feeling that the heavy weight will overpower the braking mechanism. However, from high-speeds of about 80kmph, the car comes to halt without any drama.
The safety kit includes a total of 6 airbags with 2 airbags, ABS with EBD and corner stability control forms the part of standard equipment. Other features include electronic stability program with roll-over mitigation, traction control, hill hold control, hill descent control, reverse parking sensors with camera and front and rear fog lamps.

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