The Tata Hexa catered to a niche audience with its practicality and go-anywhere ability in the Indian market. The 4×4 MUV was discontinued in the market as it was not updated to meet BS6 emission standards.
The BS4 model of the Hexa was offered in two engine options: The entry-level trim of the MUV was powered by the ‘Varicor 320′ engine producing 148bhp and 320Nm of torque and came mated to a five-speed manual gearbox.
While the remaining trims of the Hexa MPV were offered with a ‘Varicor 400′ engine. The higher-spec 2.2-litre engine produced 154bhp and 400Nm of torque and came mated to either a six-speed manual or a six-speed automatic torque converter unit. The Hexa was offered with a four-wheel-drive system on the top-spec XT trim.
Along with its practicality and off-road ability, the Hexa also featured amazing road presence and aggressive styling with blacked-out claddings all-around. Other exterior features include smoked projector headlamps, LED tail lamps, and 17-inch alloy wheels. The faux skid plates, chrome inserts, twin exhaust tips added to the brawny looks of the MUV.
The MUV was offered with seating for six or seven occupants including the driver. The Hexa also featured cruise control and with four different drive modes: ‘Auto’, ‘Comfort’, ‘Dynamic’, and ‘Rough Road’.