2020 Tata Hexa Price In India / Launch Date / Engine Specifications / Gearbox / Mileage / Features / Safety Features / Dimensions / Competition
At the Auto Expo 2020, Tata Motors confirmed that Hexa will make a comeback with a BS6 compliant engine. Tata showcased the 2020 Hexa Safari Edition, the suffix being used for its upcoming 4X4 vehicles in India. This is to keep the Safari name alive.
Hexa has not received the BS6 upgrade now, so it would not be available post-Apri 2020. However, for all those Hexa fans, it’s just a couple of months before you get a slightly better version. Here are all the details you need to know about Hexa.
2020 Tata Hexa Price In India
|Expected Price (ex-showroom)
|Rs 13.70 Lakhs to Rs 19.44 Lakhs
|Rs 15 Lakhs to Rs 21 Lakhs
Currently, the Hexa comes at a price of Rs 13.70 Lakhs going all the way up to Rs 19.44 Lakhs. The top-spec variant is the 4X4 trim and in just a bit cheaper, you can go for the automatic variant. The BS6 Hexa is expected to demand a 1 to 1.5 Lakhs more than the current prices. We expect it to start off at Rs 15 Lakhs up to Rs 21 Lakhs (all prices ex-showroom).
2020 Tata Hexa Launch Date
|End Of 2020
As per the reports suggest, Tata is currently developing and making the changes to the engine of Hexa. We are expecting Tata to launch the BS6 compliant Hexa towards the end of this year. It will be gone for a good 4-5 months atleast.
2020 Tata Hexa Engine Specifications
|2.2 Litre four-cylinder Varicor Diesel
|148 BHP / 154 BHP
|320 Nm / 400 Nm
Hexa will continue with the same diesel engine. It will get its 2.2 Litre four-cylinder Varicor diesel engine back. Currently, the engine comes in two states of tune. The base variants produce 148 BHP and 320 Nm of peak torque. While the high-end variants produce 154 BHP and 400 Nm of peak torque. The XT variant gets the second state of engine tuning. The power figures in the BS6 version will most likely remain the same as earlier.
2020 Tata Hexa Gearbox Options
|2.2 Litre diesel engine
|5-speed MT / 6-speed MT and 6-speed AT
Like earlier, the base variants will get a 5-speed manual gearbox as standard fitment. The top-spec variants and the 4X4 trim will get a 6-speed manual gearbox. For the top-spec variants, you can also opt for the 6-speed torque converter automatic gearbox.
2020 Tata Hexa Mileage
|Fuel Tank Capacity (exp)
|Driving Range (as per expected mileage)
|800 – 900 Kms
Continuing with its same 60 litres of fuel tank capacity, the driving range offered will be around 800 to 900 kilometres. Hexa claims to offer 17 kmpl now and might continue to offer same with the BS6 version.
2020 Tata Hexa Features
- Smoked Projector Headlamps
- LED DRLs
- 17-inch alloy wheels
- 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system by Harmon Kardon
- Android Auto and Apple Car Play
- 10 JBL Speaker System
- Steering Mounted Audio Controls
- Cruise Control
- Ac Vents For All Three Rows
- Automatic Headlamps
- Rain Sensing Wipers
- USB Charging Port on First And Second Row
- Drive Modes – Auto, Comfort, Dynamic And Rough Road
2020 Tata Hexa Safety Features
- ABS with EBD
- Engine-Drag Torque Control
- Corner Stability Control
- Hydraulic Brake Assist
- Front and Rear Fog Lamps
- Rear Parking Sensors
- Rear Parking Camera
- Six Airbags
- Hill Hold Control
- Electronic Stability Control (XT, 4X4)
- Hill Descent Control (XT, 4X4)
- Roll Over Mitigation (XT, 4X4)
- Traction Control (XT, 4X4)
2020 Tata Hexa Dimensions
|Boot Space (All Three Rows Up)
The dimensions of 2020 Hexa will remain the same as it is. It will be 4.78 metres long, 1.90 metres wide and 1.78 metres tall. The wheelbase will remain the same at 2850 mm. With all three rows up, you can get a boot space of 130 litres. Hexa boasts of a good ground clearance of 200mm.
Hexa currently competes with the likes of Mahindra XUV 500, Jeep Compass, Mahindra Scorpio, MG Hector and Toyota Innova Crysta. In a very similar price range, you also have the Harrier which is not off-road-focused but just a sporty looking SUV. Harrier comes out much more premium than the Hexa in terms of features and fit-finish as well.
As we all know, Hexa is more than a mild off-roader. Because of its long wheelbase, it might pose a small problem in off-roading but with its 4X4 drive train, perfectly set front and rear departure angles, it is well known in the off-roading circles. So, if we talk about off-roading competitors, there is just the Jeep Compass and the Isuzu V-Max D-Cross.