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Tata Motors launches new variant of Harrier

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Tata Motors on Thursday announced the launch of the new XT+ variant of its flagship SUV, Harrier, at an introductory price of Rs.16.99 lakh (Ex-showroom Delhi).

This announcement has come a few months after the launch of the highly appreciated Harrier BS6 in February.

The introductory price is being offered to celebrate the highly positive response received for Harrier BS6 from the market. With a month on month consistent growth, Harrier has achieved its highest sales numbers in 15 months. This initial pricing will be valid for all customers who book the vehicle in September and take their deliveries by December 31. The prices will increase from October 1 onwards, the company report added..

Harrier’s best-in-segment Panoramic Sunroof comes with the unique functionalities. Automatic closure of the sunroof after parking for additional safety and rain-sensing closure adds convenience during the unpredictable rainy season.

The XT+ variant has other features like the Kryotec 2.0 diesel engine, 6-speed manual transmission, projector headlamps, dual function LED DRLS, R17 alloy wheels, Floating Island 7” Touchscreen Infotainment system with 8 speakers (4 speakers + 4 tweeters), Android Auto and  Apple Car Play connectivity, push-button start, fully automatic temperature control, reverse parking camera, auto headlamps and rain-sensing wipers.  Keeping in mind the safety of passengers, this variant offers dual front airbags, an advanced ESP with 12 add on functionalities, fog lamps and reverse parking camera as standard features.

Commenting on the new variant, Vivek Srivatsa, Head, Marketing, Passenger Vehicle Business Unit, said, “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.”

 

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