MUV/Minivan, Manual, 2,179 cc, Diesel,
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First introduced in 2010, Tata tasted limited success with the Aria. Now, in 2017 the Indian car maker revamped the Aria by launching the Hexa. The Hexa gets a new design but it is still based on the Aria platform.
The Tata Hexa is a smart update in terms of design. It looks new and edgy, but at the same time it’s easy to make the connection with the Aria. The sharp outline on the bonnet runs along it's perimeter, much like the Safari Storme. The front-end gets a piano black honeycomb grille that’s accentuated by the U-shaped chrome strip. It sports hexagonal twin barrel headlamps with projectors. At the rear, the bumper is large and has integrated daytime running lamps and fog lamps, aside from the large air dams. The Hexa’s muscular design continues in profile with the flared wheel arches, sporty 19-inch wheels and body cladding.
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