Tata Hexa XM+ variant launched at Rs 15.27 lakh
Tata Motors has launched a new mid-spec variant for its Tata Hexa SUV. This variant comes in during the festive season to help capitalise on the increased sales seen around this time. This variant, launched at a price of Rs 15.27 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi, is termed the XM+ and sits between the XM and XT rims.
This XM+ trim gets a host of additional features like new 16-inch charcoal grey alloy wheels, leather-wrapped steering, a soft-touch dashboard, dual-zone automatic climate control, auto headlamps and wipers, front fog lamps, cruise control and electronically foldable outside mirrors. A sunroof can also be fitted on all Hexa models now at the dealer level.
Mechanically, the Hexa XM+ remains unchanged and continues to be powered by the 2.2-litre turbocharged diesel good for 156PS and 400 Nm. A six-speed manual is the only gearbox option.
Speaking of this launch, Mr. S. N. Barman - VP, sales, marketing and customer support for Tata Motors passenger vehicles division said that, with Turnaround 2.0 in play, they have continued to deepen their focus towards catering to the evolving customer demands by introducing new products and variants at regular intervals. The Hexa has successfully established itself as a great lifestyle SUV and with the launch of the Hexa XM+, they are further strengthening this product range by offering more to customers.
The Hexa has been popular among buyers for its comfort, imposing styling and long feature list. This new variant will allow buyers a more affordable option which brings most features associated with a car in this segment.
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