The Tata Hexa will be offered across 14 variants including multiple 4X4 automatic options. It is the Mumbai based automaker’s new flagship SUV for the Indian market and has been brought in to take on the likes of the Mahindra XUV500 and the Toyota Innova. The Hexa will be launched for the Indian market in January and the key to its success is the right pricing. We have already driven the car and you can the link to the first drive here.
The break up for the Hexa is that there will six automatic and eight manual variants across six and seven-seater options.
The entry-level XE variants will be offered with the Varicor320 engine. These are the entry-level models and will only get the option of a five-speed manual but with both six-seater and seven-seater options.
XM and XMA
These are the mid-level variants for the Hexa and will be offered only with the Varicor400 engine. It can be had in six and seven seater setups. This is the only trim level where the 4X4 AT option is available. There are six options in the XM trim level including four automatics and two manuals.
XT and XTA
The top-of-the-line variants for the Tata Hexa, these can be had with the 4X4 option in the manual trim level but only with the 4X2 option in the automatic transmission setup. There are four manual and two automatic options in this trim level.
All of them will make use of the 2.2-litre four-cylinder engine but in the Varicor320 and Varicor 400 state of tune. The former produces 148bhp/320Nm and is offered with a five-speed manual while the latter produces 153bhp/400Nm and can be had with a six-speed manual/automatic