Tata Hexa - owner's manual reveals additional details

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A copy of the owner's manual of the Tata Hexa has surfaced online. It reveals some additional details about the upcoming SUV. You can download the manual from this link.

The Hexa gets a twin-pod instrument cluster with an MID screen in the centre. The manual shows that the fuel gauge displayed on the MID changes colours according to the fuel level, i.e., the gauge colour changes from green to amber and then red as the fuel level reduces. The manual also mentions the recommended speeds in each gear for extracting the best fuel economy from the vehicle.

According to the manual, the Hexa's first service will be at 3 months/5,000 km (whichever is earlier), with subsequent service intervals at every 6 months/10,000 km. The first 3 services will be free. The SUV will have a warranty of 36 months or 1,00,000 km, whichever is earlier, while the engine warranty is applicable for 36 months or 1,50,000 km, whichever is earlier.

Tata Motors is expected to launch the Hexa in India early next year. It is expected to be positioned against the Mahindra XUV500.

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