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Tata Hexa SUV new variant with increased features launched – Price Rs 15.27 lakhs

Tata Motors has added a new variant to the Hexa lineup. The XM+ variant is priced at Rs 15.27 lakhs, ex-showroom. It gets added exterior and interior features but continues with the same engines as seen powering the other regular variants.

The introduction of Tata Hexa XM+ variant enhances the product range by offering added features and customer comforts to buyers. This new variant is a part of the Tata Motors “Turnaround 2.0” program wherein customers are offered new products and variants at regular intervals.

The new Tata Hexa XM+ variant not only boasts of new exterior and interior features but also comes in with added safety. These new features include electrically adjustable ORVMs, rain sensing wipers, automatic headlights, reverse parking sensors with camera and new fog lamps in the front.

The XM+ trim also gets R16 charcoal grey alloy wheels, a soft touch dashboard with Hexa branding, a leather wrapped steering wheel, fully automatic temperature control with dual AC. The all black interior color scheme is retained along with 8 color ambient mood lighting. The electric sunroof comes in with a 2 year warranty period offered via Tata Motors Genuine Accessories.

Also, specially for the festive season, Tata Motors is offering the Hexa MPV at discounts and benefits upto Rs 65,000. This offer is via all company dealerships in the country and varies from dealer to dealer.

Tata Hexa is powered by a 2.2 liter diesel engine offering 150 hp on the XE trim and 156 hp on XM, XMA, XT and XTA trims. The XE gets mated to a 5 speed manual gearbox while the other variants get mated to a 6 speed manual and automatic options. The top of the line XT, which includes the XTA and XT 4×4 also gets a 6 seater configuration. Thanks to the these new features, and updated line-up, Tata Hexa SUV will be able to better rival Mahindra XUV700 this Diwali season.

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