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The Tata Xenon XT pick-up truck was first launched in India in February 2009. It was earlier launched in overseas markets such as Thailand, Algeria, Italy, Poland, Saudi Arabia, and South Africa. It was designed to fit no label.
Unlike any other passenger cars in India, it has an open deck with 5 passenger seats. Go to the mall or the mountains; it is one fit for all purposes.
The Tata Xenon XT comes in 4 passenger variants, Single Cab (4X4), Single Cab (4X2), Double Cab (4X2), and Double Cab (4X4). The 4X2 version is priced at Rs.9.96 lacs, and the 4X4 version is at Rs. 10.99 lacs, ex-showroom.
It is power-packed with features in all aspects, be it safety, comfort, convenience, or performance. Tata also launched its commercial variants priced at Rs.5.44 and Rs.6.34 lakhs in 2012.
It comes with a new generation 2.2-litre (2179 cc) VTT DiCOR (Variable Turbine Technology, Direct Injection Common Rail) diesel engine controlled by a 32-bit electronic control unit. It provides a mileage of 13.5 km/l.
It can generate a maximum power of 138 BHP and a peak torque of 320 nm. This ensures no matter what terrain it is; the XT will always be prepared.
It is loaded with safety features such as ABS with EBD to ensure efficient braking and avoid skidding. It also comes with Child safety lock, central locking, and engine immobiliser.
But this rugged variant also comes with soft features such as electrically adjustable side mirrors, one-touch power windows, a faux wood console, and a two-tone beige interior. This makes your ride eXTra comfortable.
While the Tata Xenon XT passenger variant was discontinued in 2017, the commercial variant still retails in Indian markets.
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With a rough and rugged look from the outside, the Tata Xenon XT is packed with comfortable interiors. This 4-door stylish pick-up truck was launched in India by Tata Motors in 2009 and is popular in Thailand, Algeria, Italy, Poland, and South Africa. It is available in two and four drive variants priced at Rs. 9.96 lacs and Rs. 10.99 lacs (ex-showroom) respectively. It is available in 4 colour variants - white, red, silver, and quartz black.
There is a lot you can do with the open deck at the back. The bed-liner option makes it scratch-free so that you can carry mountain bikes, kayaks, tents, and more. The lockable boot-lid covering helps you keep all your stuff safe from all types of weather and terrain.
A 2.2 litre, DOHC VTT DICOR diesel engine gives a maximum power of 138 bhp and a peak torque of 320 Nm. With a powerful performance, it is suitable for any terrain, be it city roads or mountains. Due to the new generation technology delivers a better fuel efficiency with 9.5kmpl in the city and 13.5 kmpl on highways.
The Xenon comes with eXTra features such as an open deck at the back, suitable for every purpose. It has comfortable five-passenger seating with dashing interiors and features like a CD player, USB, power windows, and electrically adjustable side mirrors. While airbags are missing from the XT, it gets ABS with EBD, centralised locking, and child safety lock features.
Its main alternatives are the Mahindra Thar and Isuzu. The model was going to get an update in 2016, but unfortunately, Tata decided to discontinue its production in 2017.
It has loaded interiors, a stylish exterior, and excellent build quality. With a highly customisable deck, it is the perfect multi-utility vehicle.
The engine power and peak torque are higher than its competitors, such as Mahindra Thar. It has high-speed stability on rough roads and good mileage.
It is equipped with advanced safety features such as ABS with EBD, child safety lock, central locking, and engine immobiliser.
Excellent control over sharp turns makes it a good off-roader.
While the front cabin has ample space, the back seats are not comfortable for long drives.
It has a harsh and loud engine noise which is not suitable for everyone.
It has a higher cost of purchase and maintenance than its competitors.
Due to its huge size, it becomes difficult to drive on city roads and find parking space.
The Tata Xenon XT is a very stylish yet rugged Tata offering in the pick-up segment. While it is truly a multi-utility vehicle with good performance in rugged terrains, it is difficult to use on city roads due to its harsh engine noise and colossal size.
The XT has a better look over its competitors such as Mahindra Thar, and the availability of heavy personalisation makes it a “good-to-have”.
If you love to go out on difficult terrains and do a lot of heavy work, this is the best option for you. It is power-packed with comfort and safety features which make it a good vehicle. It is competitively priced at Rs. 9.96- 10.99 lacs, so you get a good deal overall. Due to its huge size and loud engine, it is not preferable for your family’s daily use in the city.
The overall driving experience is good for the pick-up truck segment. The ride gets better as the cargo inside increases. It has excellent control over sharp turns, which makes it a good off-roader. It is also equipped with advanced safety features such as ABS with EBD to ensure efficient braking performance.
Although it was a good offering over its competitors, it was ahead of its time for Indian markets. It did not appeal to the Indian market as a family lifestyle vehicle. Thus, Tata decided to discontinue Xenon XT production in 2017.
Body Type Pickup Truck
Fuel Type Diesel
ARAI Mileage 13.49 kmpl
City Mileage 10.24 kmpl
Seating Capacity 5