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• Launch on 18th January 2017 and deliveries to commence immediately after launch

• Bookings already on for Tata Hexa at a token amount of Rs.11,000

• MPV available in six variants to be priced between Rs.13-18 lakh

Tata Hexa will compete with Mahindra XUV 500 and Toyota Innova Crysta

After months of wait, India’s own car maker Tata Motors is all set to launch the much anticipated MPV Tata Hexa. The company had officially started to accept bookings from November 1 through its dealerships across the country.

Know more about the Tata Hexa? Here’s our bit of knowledge we want to share it with you.

The six seater/seven seater Tata Hexa depicts the robustness of an MPV with a plethora of features on its exteriors and interiors. Developed on the IMPACT Design language, the vehicle truly justifies the phrase “Immediate Impact at first sight, Lasting Impact over time”.


On its exteriors, the front fascia is adorned with a wide honeycomb grille, large projector headlamps with LED daytime running lights, and a powerful bonnet with a clamp on it, to display the sporty yet aggressive stance of the MPV. The rear gets LED tail lamps and rear diffuser along with the impressive design used all over the vehicle. The 19 inch wheels add to the brawny look of this MPV.


Interiors have a lot more to boast of, with plenty of features that doesn’t compromise on the comfort or space inside the vehicle. The AC vents are well distributed and good plastic has been used on the interiors giving it a pleasant look. There are features like mood lighting and cruise control which totally calms down your mind and puts you at ease while going on long drive. The luxury features also include a 5 inch touch screen infotainment system with 10 speakers and woofer system. The present day unavoidable smartphone integration feature is also available in the Tata Hexa.


Tata Hexa comes equipped with a 2.2L Varicor 320 and Varicor 400 Diesel Engine coupled with a manual 5 speed gearbox for the 320 variant and a manual 6 speed and an automatic 6 speed on the 400 variant. The Varicor 320 trim develops 148bhp and 320Nm torque while the 420 trim develops 154bhp and 400Nm torque. The manual transmission variant comes with an option of four driving modes-Comfort, Dynamic, Auto and Rough road.


Tata Motors has given equal importance to the safety features in this SUV as it comes with six airbags, ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) and EBD (Electronic Brake force Distribution). It also comes with Hill Descent/Ascent Control and Electronic Stability control as well. Tata Hexawill compete against the likes of Mahindra XUV500and Toyota Innova Crysta. The SUV is already on display at all dealerships across the country. Ex-showroom price will range between Rs.13-18 lakh. Bookings are being accepted at a token amount of Rs.11,000. The deliveries for the vehicle will be done in the order of bookings accepted.

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Vehicle insurance to be renewed only with a valid PUC certificate

Indian Government is on the move to curb pollution levels in the country taking measures at various levels. The latest one to hear is the mandatory requirement of a valid PUC (Pollution under Control) certificate for insurance renewal. The Honourable Supreme Court under a bench headed by Justice Madan B. Lokur and Justice Deepak Gupta released an order stating that all vehicles in the Delhi-NCR should have a valid PUC certificate to get the insurance renewed annually.

Jeep Compass rolls out in India at prices starting from Rs.14.95 lakh

The most anticipated SUV of the year, Jeep Compass was officially launched in India on July 31st 2017. Being a locally assembled SUV from Jeep was one of the reasons that paved way for excitement towards this launch. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles had launched two vehicles from the same brand last year, but with a heavy price owing to the fact that they reached India through the CBU route. As a result, these vehicles did not fare well in the Indian market. This was when the company announced its decision to locally manufacture an SUV for retailing not just in India, but also exporting to all right hand drive markets. Now, the wait has come to an end and Jeep Compass rolls out with an affordable price tag with all components of a premium SUV.

Maruti Suzuki Ignis all set to be launched next month

Maruti Suzuki Ignis to be launched on 13th January 2017

• Addressed as a premium urban crossover, Ignis comes with a lot of unique features for the Indian specific model

• Available in both Petrol and Diesel trims and expected to be priced around Rs.5-7 lakh approximately

Peugeot buys Ambassador Car brand from Hindustan Motors

Hindustan Motors has signed an agreement with Peugeot, selling Ambassador Brand and certain related rights at a sum of Rs.80 crore. It also said that the proceeds of the sale will be used to clear all pending dues of employees and lenders.

Maruti Suzuki Swift 2017- Old wine in a new bottle? Find out!

Maruti Suzuki has launched the New Swift 2017 in Japan and it is just months away to the Indian launch. It is expected to reach India in the second half of 2017 and there has been some real buzz about it for quite some time now.
The unique and most loved car since 2005 has chosen a new avatar for the 2017 launch and is being awaited by the enthusiasts all over.

Honda WR-V ready to hit Indian roads on March 16th, 2017

Honda WR-V (Winsome Runabout Vehicle), the sub compact crossover was unveiled at the 2016 Sao Paulo Motor Show in Brazil. Now, Honda is about to launch the same here in the country on March 16th, 2017. As WR-V rolls here, India will earn the name for being the first country to produce and launch it in the world. Previously named as the Jazz Twist, this crossover is based on the company’s best seller Honda Jazz but is slightly longer and taller than the latter.

Mercedes Benz India announces plans to bring hybrid & electric car

As the Indian Government has been taking quicker and necessary steps to curb the growing pollution in the country, the automobile market too seems to be rapidly making moves alongside. This year, Indian Government planned to skip the implementation of BS-V norms altogether and is about to leap from BS-IV to VI in next four years, i.e. stricter emission norms by 2020.

Jeep Compass expected to be priced around 25 lakh

August 1st witnessed the launch of the iconic Jeep Grand Cherokee in India. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles which brought the brand to India as CBU (Completely Built Up) units with a heavy price tag had promised that they will soon launch a Made in India SUV at their new facility (JV with Tata) in Ranjangaon, Pune.

Isuzu MU-X launched in India at a starting price of Rs.23.99 lakh

MU-X, A new SUV from Isuzu Motors India was launched in India on Thursday replacing the MU-7 from their Indian line-up. This robust utility vehicle comes in two variants- a 4x2 variant priced at Rs.23.99 lakh and 4x4 variant at Rs.25.99 lakh (Both Ex-showroom Delhi). The MU-X shares its platform with the new-generation D-Max and rivals against the likes of Toyota Fortuner and Ford Endeavour. The MU-X had conquered the global market until March 2017 after which a facelifted version of the same was launched there. The facelift MU-X will reach India in another year or so, depending on how good the Indian markets welcome this model here.

2017 Maruti Dzire- Bookings open at Rs.11,000 token amount

Maruti Suzuki has geared up for the launch of its most popular sub compact sedan, the 2017 Dzire in India on May 16th. The company dealerships have officially started to accept bookings for the same at a token amount of Rs.11,000. There is also an option for customers who have already booked the outgoing model to upgrade it to the third generation Dzire.



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Tata Nexon – an upcoming challenge in the sub compact SUV segment

Over the last few days, India has witnessed some of the best launches in the sub compact SUV segment. The latest to join the bandwagon is Tata Nexon which is about to be launched soon in the country. Though a bit late for the party, the Indian carmaker seems to have pumped up this upcoming SUV with a plethora of first in segment features. Let us do the detailing one by one here:

India starts selling BS-IV grade fuel across all towns

April 2017 witnessed the Supreme Court ban of sale/registration on all new BS-III vehicles across India thereby allowing only BS-IV vehicles to go on sale. This initiative was begun in 2000 by the Government of India by introducing Bharat Stage Emission norms (BS) to curb the rising pollution levels in the country. Now, the launch of BS-IV vehicles is followed by yet another move, the launch of BS-IV graded fuel in the country.

All you would want to know about Tata Tigor

India welcomes Tata Tigor, the sub four meter sedan from Tata Motors. This car has been officially termed as a Styleback, resembling a notchback design with the extended boot space that hatchbacks usually don’t offer. With its launch around a price range of Rs.4.5 lakh- 6 lakh, the Tata Tigor will be the most affordable car in India from the subcompact segment. Even though it is developed on the brand’s Impact Design Philosophy and based on the Tiago hatchback, the presence of an extended boot space and few notable added features and options keep it unique from every other sub compact cars seen in the country.



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