Tata Hexa Turns Turtle Atleast 10 Times, Keeps Driver Safe

by Jatin Chhibber | 02/10/2020
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Here are a few images of Tata Hexa which rolled at least ten times. Luckily, however, the driver was able to safely escape the vehicle.

Tata cars are quite popular around the country for their robust built vehicles. Tata Nexon and Altroz have also scored 5-star rating at the Global NCAP crash test. Both these cars are the safest vehicles in their respective segments. Tata Hexa was once the flagship in the automaker’s stable. It got discontinued in our market after the introduction of new BS6 emission norms. Talking about its built quality, Tata Hexa has not received any safety rating till now but is another robust vehicle offered by the carmaker in our market. Here's a recent video of an accident, which shows the superb built quality of the SUV. 


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The owner of this Tata Hexa was travelling in the car. While overspeeding, he lost control of the SUV and the car ended up rolling ten times before coming to halt. The SUV was found upside down, but it was put straight by the people nearby. The surprising part is that the owner of the SUV, who was driving the vehicle, walked out with just some minor scratches. One can see that the car is standing at the workshop. The owner is very much impressed with its built quality and has already booked another one. He has booked a pre-owned Tata Hexa because the SUV has got discontinued in the Indian market.



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The overall body structure of the car has undergone severe damage as one can see the impact on the roof, alloy wheels, bumpers, doors and pillars. If repairable, the expected bill will be more than Rs 1 lakh. By its look, we can say that the SUV will be put under total loss, and then the owner can claim full insurance. The airbags of the SUV has not got deployed as the impact has not reached to the airbag sensors. This is the mid-spec trim of the SUV, and it comes loaded with features like reverse parking sensors, reverse parking camera, ABD with EBD and corner stability control. Soon, the automaker will introduce the new BS6-compliant trim of the SUV in the India market. It was showcased early this year at the 2020 Auto Expo.

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