New Tata Harrier XT+ Variant Launched In India At Rs 16.99 Lakh

New Tata Harrier XT+ Variant Launched In India At Rs 16.99 Lakh

The SUV market in India is getting competitive every month, with some new entrants in the segment. Tata Motors has introduced a new XT+ variant to its flagship Harrier SUV in the Indian market.

The Tata Harrier SUV manual models receive new XT+ variant priced at Rs 16.99 lakh, ex-showroom. The company announced that the pricing is only introductory and will be revised starting from October 1, 2020. This initial pricing will be valid for all customers who book the vehicle in September 2020 and take their deliveries by 31st December 2020.

Tata Motors also announced that the introductory price is being offered to celebrate the extremely positive response received for Harrier BS6 model in the country. With a month on month consistent growth, the Harrier has achieved its highest sales numbers in 15 months in July 2020. The highlighted feature of the Tata Harrier XT+ variant is the panoramic sunroof that features a couple of brand’s automated features.

This includes Global Close, for automatic closing after the SUV is parked. It also features anti-pinch and rain-sensing closure for additional safety. The glass is tinted with a blind cover, that ensures a serene in-cabin experience when it’s too sunny outside.

The XT+ variant also comes equipped with a host of other features like the projector headlamps, dual function LED DRLs, 17-inch alloy wheels, seven-inch touchscreen Infotainment system with eights speakers (4 Speakers + 4 Tweeters), Android Auto & Apple Car Play connectivity.

It also features a push-button start, fully automatic climate control. Safety features on the new variant include a reverse parking camera, auto headlamps, rain-sensing wipers, dual front airbags, an advanced ESP function; among others. Speaking about the powertrain, the Harrier XT+ continues to feature a 2.0-litre ‘Kryotec’ diesel engine.

It produces 168bhp and 350Nm of torque, paired to a standard six-speed manual gearbox. The Harrier is also offered with an optional six-speed torque converter automatic on other variants in the SUV’s line-up. Tata Motors has added a new mid-spec variant with a panoramic sunroof catering to the current trend in the country.

Additionally, the Harrier XT+ is offered with limited-time special pricing to celebrate the SUV’s success in the market.

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