Pics: Installed 16 inch Neo alloys on my Tata Hexa 4×4
Switched from 16″ Plati alloys to Neo. The Platis were 7.5J, and negative offset. As a result, they jutted out of the wheel arches, and rubbed against the wheel well liner on full wheel turns.
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Update on my XT 4×4 (bought in Jan 2019).
The Hexa has been munching miles, and has now done around 35k kms.
Did a long drive (around 12 hours one way) recently, from Delhi to Mandi (HP) and back, with 6 occupants (family). My mom and dad, both 70+, who have done similar long drives with me in the past also, were mentioning how comfortable and tireless the journey was, and were highly appreciative of the comfort Hexa offers. Heartfelt statements from people with no interest or knowledge of the vehicle.
All services have been done on time, and there have been no niggles/ issues or part replacements, making the ownership experience a pleasant one.
Changed the alloys yesterday. Switched from 16″ Plati alloys to Neo. The Platis were 7.5J, and negative offset. As a result, they jutted out of the vehicle, and rubbed against the wheel well liner on full wheel turns. The Neos are 6.5J, and sit comfortably within the wheel well, with no rubbing issues. Running on Bridgestone duellers on the front axle and Michelin LTX Force on the rear.
Attaching a pic of the new alloys.
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