Varun Singh New DelhiJanuary 28, 2019UPDATED: January 28, 2019 16:25 IST HIGHLIGHTSTata Hexa is based on the company’s Impact Design Language.The SUV gets all black sporty interiors with premium Benecke-Kaliko upholstery.Tata Hexa comes in with a 2.2-litre VARICOR 400 diesel engine.Tata Motors has increased the price of its sports utility vehicle Hexa by up to Rs 42,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi). With the jump in prices, the base variant of the SUV now costs Rs 12.99 lakh.The introductory price of Tata Hexa is also Rs 30,000 more than the starting price of the company’s new SUV — Harrier. The base variant of Harrier is priced at Rs 12.69 lakh.Hexa is available in seven variants and below are its new and old prices (ex-showroom, Delhi).VariantNew PriceOld PriceHexa XE 4X2 (7 Seater)Rs 12.99 lakhRs 12.57 lakhHexa XM 4X2 (7 Seater)Rs 14.38 lakhRs 14.19 lakhHexa XM+ 4X2 (7 Seater)Rs 15.46 lakhRs 15.27 lakhHexa XMA 4X2 (7 Seater)Rs 15.63 lakhRs 15.43 lakhHexa XT 4X2 (6/7 Seater)Rs 16.83 lakhRs 16.64 lakhHexa XTA 4X2 (6/7 Seater)Rs 18.00 lakhRs 17.80 lakhHexa XT 4X4 (6/7 Seater)Rs 18.16 lakhRs 17.97 lakhWhile for the base variant the price increase is Rs 42,000, the other variants have witnessed a jump of nearly Rs 20,000 in their prices.Tata Hexa is based on the company’s Impact Design Language. It gets dual coloured bumpers, ice cube patterned DRLs integrated with fog lamps, smoked projector headlamps, 19-inch alloy wheels, floating roof, wraparound chrome feature line with Hexa embossing and horizontal tail lamps with India-first patented flexible LED technology connected by a chrome applique.The SUV gets all black sporty interiors, premium Benecke-Kaliko upholstery with contrast stitch and accentuated bolsters, choice of eight colours for in-cabin lighting with illumination control and customization and ample utility spaces for all three rows. There is also an eight-way adjustable driver’s seat, automatic climate control, cruise control and retractable blinds for second row windows.advertisementTata Hexa comes in with a 2.2-litre VARICOR 400 diesel engine mated to six speed manual and automatic transmissions delivering 400 Nm torque and 156 PS power. The manual transmission gets four different driving modes (auto, comfort, dynamic and rough road), while the automatic one has sports and auto-sensing race car performance, with manual shift option.On the safety front, the SUV gets six airbags (front, side and curtain airbags), ABS (antilock braking system) with EBD (electronic brake force distribution), ESP (electronic stability programme) with roll-over mitigation to monitor driving stability and traction, hill hold control and hill descent control, traction control system and reverse parking system.ALSO READ | Maruti Suzuki launches new Baleno at Rs 5.45 lakh, new grille and alloy wheels main attractionsALSO READ | Mahindra XUV300 safety features revealed, company claims several segment-first attributes in the new SUVALSO READ | New Maruti Alto likely to be launched with BS-VI engine, more safety features by end of 2019Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byVarun Singh Tags :Follow Price hikeFollow Tata price hikeFollow SUV price hikeFollow Tata SUV price increaseFollow Hexa price increase Next Tata Motors increases prices of Hexa, SUV now starts at Rs 12.99 lakhThe introductory price of Tata Hexa is Rs 30,000 more than the starting price of the company’s new SUV — Harrier. The base variant of Harrier is priced at Rs 12.69 lakh.advertisement
zoom Following its recent inspection of test processes, Finnish engineering company Wärtsilä Corporation said that the probe revealed some defects in certain fuel consumption measurement tests conducted for marine engines in Wärtsilä Delivery Centre Trieste in Italy.Based on the current analysis, the deviations have been caused by a “limited number of personnel, who have clearly acted against work instructions and our code of conduct by influencing the test results,” Wärtsilä said.According to the company, the deviations are on average 1 percent of fuel consumption and Wärtsilä estimates that around 2 percent of all engines delivered may have been affected.“It is to be noted that the engines in question have fulfilled the regulatory and classification society requirements, and the potentially affected vessels have met sea trial requirements. According to our evaluation, the customer impact of the deviations is marginal,” the engineering firm said, adding that there was no impact on engines for power plant customers nor other operations.Wärtsilä said that it has reviewed all test procedures, and taken corrective actions where deviations have been found.The company expects that the financial impact of these irregularities are not material.
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