2019 Tata Hexa gets a new infotainment system, alloy wheels and dual-tone colours

In addition to offering new features on the Tata Hexa, the homegrown automaker has also increased the prices of the same, making it the flagship offering.

For the year 2019, Tata Motors has updated its flagship offering, the Hexa 7-seater MPV crossover with a set of new features and the provision on dual-tone colour schemes on select variants. The addition in features includes a new 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system which offers Android Auto connectivity. The same is now available across all the variants of the Hexa.

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In addition to this, the top-spec XTA trim now comes with dual-tone, diamond cut, 19-inch-alloy wheels while the XT and XT 4X4 are available with 17-inch charcoal black alloy wheels. Inside the cabin, the Tata Hexa comes with chrome surround on the new infotainment system and the air-con vents. Along with this, the MPV is now available with piano black finish on the steering wheel. The dual-tone colour scheme is available on all the variants except the XM.

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The engine and transmission options of the Tata Hexa remain the same as before. It continues to come with a 2.2-litre diesel engine capable of churning out 153 BHP of power along with 400 Nm of peak torque. A standard, all the variants are available with a 6-speed manual gearbox. The Top-spec XT trim is also available with a 6-speed torque converter unit.

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With the update in its feature list, the prices of the Tata Hexa have also gone up slightly. The base XE variant is no longer on offer and hence the entry-point is not the XM trims which retail at a price of INR 14.38 lakh. While the top-spec XTA is now going to cost INR 17.03 lakh to own (ex-showroom). This is however not the first time when Tata Motors has increased the prices of the Hexa. The homegrown automaker did the same right after the launch of the Harrier in order to position the 7-seater crossover as its flagship product.

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