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Dual Tone Tata Harrier India launch price

Tata Motors Harrier has a starting price of Rs 12.99 lakh, while the dual-tone XZ variant costs Rs 16.76 lakh (ex-showroom). The five-seater Tata Harrier is based on an older Land Rover Discovery and in the Indian market, it is expected to take on the Renault Captur, the Hyundai Creta, and the Jeep Compass.

Two Seating Choices:

The Harrier is as a five-seater but a seven-seater model will be released soon. Many test mules of the Tata Harrier seven-seater have been spotted doing the test runs on Indian roads. Let’s have a look at what the new Tata Harrier five-seat option has in store…

Land Rover Underpinnings:

The Harrier is built on the OMEGA (Optimal Modular Efficient Global Advanced) platform derived from a former model of the Land Rover Discovery. This means that it has a similar floor plan, independent suspension, and steering gear. However, to optimize manufacturing costs, a lot of aluminium parts have been replaced with steel.

Tata Harrier to be launched in early 2019


Tata Motors have a new design language called ‘Impact Design 2.0’, and the Harrier will be the first car to sport this. (Also Read: Tata Harrier India Review)

Tata Harrier India Launch M1

We got our first glimpse of the Harrier as the ‘Concept H5X’ at the past Auto Expo. Almost a year later, we are pleased to see that Tata have retained most of the design language that was seen on the concept. Furthermore, they have also borrowed some styling cues from the Nexon and the Land Rover Discovery Sport. The slim headlamps, high-set LED tail-lamps, floating roof with a panoramic sunroof, and exaggerated, chunky wheel arches give the car a bold and commanding stance.


The fully-loaded XZ variant comes equipped with a dark brown interior and Benecke-Kaliko (now Continental) leather upholstery. Infotainment can be accessed via an 8.8-inch ‘floating island’ touchscreen and acoustics are taken care of by nine JBL speakers and an amplifier.

The Tata Harrier has been launched in India


The Tata Harrier is powered by an all-new 2.0-litre, four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine dubbed ‘KRYOTEC’. The moniker has been inspired by the Cryogenic rocket engine famed for its reliability and performance. The engine shares major components with the Fiat MultiJet II motor currently used in the Jeep Compass. In the Harrier it produces 140 PS at 3,750 rpm and 350 Nm of torque between 1,750-2,500 rpm and comes mated to a six-speed manual.


Tata have introduced the Harrier in four variants (all prices ex-showroom)

XE – Rs 12.99 lakh

XM – Rs 14.05 lakh

XT – Rs 15.25 lakh

XZ – Rs 16.55 lakh

XZ (Dual Tone) – Rs 16.76 lakh

Harrier Offical Specs & Features:

Here is a list of specs and features available on the new Tata SUV:

  • 2.0-litre Kryotec engine producing 140 PS and 350 Nm of torque mated to a six-speed manual transmission
  • Terrain Response Modes (Normal, Rough, Wet)
  • Overall dimensions (LxWxH): 4,598 mm x 1,894 mm x 1,706 mm
  • Ground clearance – 205 mm
  • Fuel tank capacity – 50 litres
  • 425 litres of boot space extendable to 810 litres with rear seats folded
  • 8.8-inch ‘floating island’ touchscreen infotainment with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay
  • 320W JBL-powered sound setup including 9 speakers and an amp
  • Six airbags, ABS with EBD and off-road ABS mode, Cornering Stability Control, Traction Control, Hill Hold and Hill Descent, Brake Assist
  • Fog lamp with cornering function, reverse parking camera

Tata Harrier XZ dual-tone

dual tone Tata Harrier is baed on top-end XZ variant

The newly launched Tata Harrier dual-tone is based on the top-end XZ variant carrying a price tag of Rs 16.76 lakh (ex-showroom) and offers the following features:

  • Xenon HID Projector Headlamps
  • Front Fog Lamps with Cornering Function
  • Outer Mirrors with Logo Projection
  • Shark Fin Antenna
  • Dual Function LED DRLs with Turn Indicators
  • Five Spoke 17-inch Alloy Wheels
  • Chrome Accents on Door Handles
  • Front Fog Lamps
  • 3D LED Taillamps with Sporty Piano Black Finisher
  • Dual Coloured Outer Mirrors with Turn Indicators
  • Floating Roof with Bold Chrome Finisher
  • Protective Side Cladding

Story: Zal Cursetji and Joshua Varghese


About the author: Joshua Varghese


Would gape at fast cars. Still does but now has a chance to drive some of them. Hates driving in traffic but makes up for with a spot of off-roading or the occasional track outing. Insta: @motoknight


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