Tata Launched Its Latest SUV –The Hexa in Nepal. Image Source: The Kathmandu Post

Tata Launched Its Latest SUV – The Hexa in Nepal

Tata Motors have launched their latest SUV – The Hexa in Nepal. Tata delivered the first batch of cars to their first 11 customers. Guenter Butschek, CEO and Managing Director of Tata Motors Worldwide was present during the launch event to hand over the keys to the first batch of buyers. The latest SUV, the Hexa is priced at NPR. 7,795,000 and will be available in the XT 4×4 variant across Nepal.

Butschek said, “At Tata Motors, we have always been at the forefront of providing a rich and dynamic product experience to our customers through our products and the new Hexa reinforces this commitment. We are confident that this vehicle will be an instant hit and excite customers in Nepal”.

According to the Tata Motors, the Hexa is their most anticipated lifestyle SUV to hit the market. It is powered by a 2.2-liter VARICOR diesel engine that produces 156 PS of power and 400 Nm of torque. The XT 4×4 variant available in Nepal comes with a 6-speed manual transmission.

The Hexa features ‘Super Drive Modes’ that can be activated through a well-placed rotary knob on the center console. This feature allows the driver to select from four different driving modes –Auto, Comfort, Dynamic and Rough Road.

The Hexa is able to attain multiple driving experiences through a faultless combination of the vehicles’ engine management, new-generation electronic stability system and torque on demand.

Tata Motors claims that the Hexa comes with segment-leading features such as projector headlamps, 19-inch alloy wheels, LED tail lamps, 6 airbags, traction control system, hill hold control, hill descent control, automatic headlamps and a 10-speaker audio system from JBL among others.

Specifications of the Tata Hexa XT 4×4

Seating Capacity: 6

Displacement: 2179 cc

Fuel Type: Diesel

Max Power: 154 bhp @ 4000 RPM

Max Torque: 400 Nm @ 1700 RPM

Mileage: 14.4 Km/L

Transmission: Manual

No. of Gears: 6

Drivetrain: AWD


Reference: The Kathmandu Post