Tata Motors has announced the launch of the new XT+ variant on the brand’s flagship SUV the Tata Harrier. The new variant comes at an introductory price of INR 16.99 Lakhs ex-showroom Delhi. In the recent past, Tata launched the BS6 emission compliant version of the Tata Harrier and the introductory price has been offered to celebrate the positive response received for the BS6 Tata Harrier that was launched in February.
The Harrier XT+ comes with best-in-class features such as the Panoramic Sunroof with functionalities such as Global Close- Automatic closure of the sunroof after parking, anti- Pinch technology for added safety, Rain Sensing Closure that adds to the peace of mind during unpredictable rains and Rollover screen with Black coating on the Glass to reduce the sunlight and keep the cabin cool if the weather is too sunny.
The Tata Harrier XT+ also comes with features such as dual function LED daytime running lights which double up as turn indicators, projector headlamps mounted low on the front apron, black mesh radiator grille, squarish flared wheel arches, 17-inch alloy wheels, chrome window lining, turn indicators on the ORVM, sleek combination tail lamps, etc.
On the inside, the XT+ variant features Push-Button Start/Stop, Floating Island 7-inch Touchscreen Infotainment system with 8 Speakers (4 Speakers + 4 Tweeters) integrated with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity, automatic headlamps, rain-sensing wipers, automatic climate control etc.
The Tata Harrier is powered by a BS6 emissions-compliant 2.0-litre Kryotec diesel engine that makes 170 PS of power and 350 Nm of torque matched to a 6-speed manual transmission.
The SUV also gets safety features such as Dual Front Airbags, an advanced ESP with 12 add on functionalities, Fog lamps & Reverse parking Camera as the standard part of the pack.
Tata has announced that the introductory pricing will be valid for all customers who book the vehicle in September 2020 and take their deliveries by 31st December 2020. The prices will increase from 1st October 2020 onwards.