After the launch of Nexon XM(S), which became the most affordable car in the Indian market with a sunroof, Tata has launched a new variant of the Harrier too. The new XT+ variant will offer a sunroof, which will allow customers to get a massive panoramic sunroof without having to spend for the top-end variant.
The new Harrier XT+ gets an ex-showroom price of Rs 16.99 lakh but this price is valid only if you make the booking in September 2020. Tata has announced that the prices will increase from 1st October 2020. The manufacturer has not announced the date of delivery of the XT+ variants but has said that the customers who book the variant now, will get the delivery before 31st December 2020.
Commenting on the introduction of this new variant, Mr Vivek Srivatsa, Head Marketing, Passenger Vehicle Business Unit (PVBU), Tata Motors said,
“In line with our New Forever philosophy of continuously updating our product range with new products and features, we are delighted to introduce the latest variant of our flagship SUV – Harrier XT+. Since its launch, the Harrier has been loved by customers & the industry experts with its stunning design and exhilarating performance. We are confident that the introduction of the XT+ variant will further strengthen the appeal of the Tata Harrier by giving customers an option to experience a premium feature like the Panoramic Sunroof at an extremely attractive price.”
The XT+ variant comes with features like projector headlamps, dual-function LED DRL, 17-inch alloy wheels, 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity, 8-speaker system, push-button start-stop button, automatic climate control system, reverse parking camera, automatic headlamps, rain-sensing wipers, and more such features. The Harrier XT+ also gets safety features including dual front airbags, ESP with 12 functions for different drive modes, fog lamps and reverse parking camera.
Earlier this year, Tata launched the BS6 compliant Harrier. With the update, Tata increased the power of the engine from 140 PS to massive 170 PS. It generates a similar torque of 350 Nm. Tata also added the 6-speed automatic transmission too.,
With the rising demand for vehicles with sunroof in India, Tata launched the new variant of the Nexon yesterday. The new XM(S) variant became the most affordable car with a sunroof in the Indian market. Tata is also working on launching the all-new Tata Gravitas, which is a three-row-seating version of the Harrier and will take on the MG Hector Plus. Tata will also launch the production version of the HBX in the Indian market in the coming months.