Tata Hexa Luxe, Tuff & Expedition accessories to be offered at launch

Posted on: Jan 6, 2017 - 11:43am IST

Will offer three accessory kits: Luxe, Tuff and Expedition.

The accessory list of the Tata Hexa crossover has surfaced ahead of its launch on January 18. As expected, Tata is offering is a levy of individual accessories as well as kits that help further personalise the Hexa, including exclusive Titan watches inspired by the Tata Hexa.

Tata Hexa Tuff kit accessories list

Speaking of kits, customers can choose from examples such as Luxe, Tuff and Expedition. The names itself hint at the type of accessories offered; Luxe kit comes with accessories that uplift the premium quotient of the Hexa, which include chrome garnish on the grille, headlamps, ORVM caps, body side moulding, door handles and tailgate, while the interior features chiller and warmer box, wireless smartphone charger, anti skid floor mats, illuminated Tata logo on the grille, and puddle lamps.

The Expedition kit will appeal to the type of person who, as its name suggests, loves to go out on expeditions. The accessories include a canopy, puddle lamp, a shovel, waterproof luggage bag and 3D-moulded floor mats, and a roof platform. The Tuff kit supplements the rugged look of the Hexa with accessories such as extra black plastic cladding on the side skirts,front and rear bumpers, and a roof box. Inside, it gets an Heads up Display with TPMS, 3D-moulded floor mats and wireless charger.

Tata Hexa TUFF black rear three quarter accessories
The Expedition kit includes a canopy, puddle lamp, a shovel, waterproof luggage bag and 3D-moulded floor mats, and a roof platform.

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Other noteworthy individual accessories include a sunroof, black/tan leather upholstery, 16 inch alloy wheels, tire repair kit and an amplifier+subwoofer.

Tata Hexa accessories – Image Gallery

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