Tata Motors has recently launched its new SUV TATA Hexa in the Nepal market. While launching the SUV in Nepal, Guenter Butschek, CEO, and MD of Tata Motors handed over keys to eleven customers, the first batch who have been booked the SUV. However, in Nepal, the SUV will be available in the XT 4×4 variant, and it is priced at NPR. 77.95 lakh which is around Rs 48.70 lakh.
Commenting at the launch ceremony, Mr. Guenter Butschek, CEO & MD, Tata Motors, said – “At Tata Motors we have always been at the fore-front of providing a rich and dynamic product experience to our customers through our product innovations, and the new Tata Hexa reinforces this commitment. We understand that our customers in Nepal are aspiring for more stylish, lifestyle-oriented products and the Tata Hexa is an important step in catering to these emerging customer needs. We are confident that this complete package will be an instant hit in a highly popular but immensely competitive segment and will surely excite the new-age customers of Nepal.”
Now coming to its features, the SUV has the VARICOR 2.2 liter diesel engine. It gives 156PS and 400Nm. The Hexa carries a six-speed transmission and will operate manually. One of the cool features that the drives will get, it comes with Super Drive Modes. This mode can be activated by a well-placed rotary knob on the center console. As per the report, the Mode will let the driver drive the car in four different modes. The four different modes are Auto, Comfort, Rough Road, and Dynamic. The different modes will give the best driving experience that is customizable to the terrain.
New-generation Electronic Stability Program (ESP) and Torque on Demand (TOD) will give enhanced ride comfort & stability over different terrains. The user can adjust Instrument Cluster displays and the vehicle’s Ambient Lighting for the interior as per their need.
Tata Hexa comes equipped with Projector Headlamps, 19-inch Alloy Wheels, and LED Tail Lamps. For better safety, it is equipped with 6 Airbags, Traction Control System, Hill Hold Control, and Hill Descent Control.