Originally Posted by TAUREAN CZAR
I feel TATA should not launch too many models. I also veto your opinion that there should be three variants like you said. Just one model of each variant you have mentioned here. Then there will be only 3 models and will not create a confusion and also make it easy for showrooms in stocking as there will not be too many variants of the car.
I agree with you tata should not launch too many variants in trim levels but they should launch Competitive price with selected entry level and high end variants with selected engine power options like they did in zest XE and Zest XM
below iam short listing some variants
TATA HEXA XM 2.2L Varicor320
TATA HEXA XMS 2.2L Varicor320
TATA HEXA XT 2.2L Varicor400 optional 4x4 as order
TATA HEXA XMA 2.2L Varicor without 4X4
TATA HEXA XTA 2.2L Varicor400 with 4X4
So total 3variants in MT and 2Variants AT. Note:
XMA and XTA are 6Speed automatic GB.