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Tata Safari and Harrier gets new higher spec XTA+ trims

Tata motors today has announced the launch of its higher-spec variant for two of its best-selling SUVs Tata Harrier and Tata Safari. The Harrier XTA+ costs Rs. 19.14 lakh and if you wish for the XTA+ Dark edition then it will cost you Rs. 20,000 more while the Tata Safari XTA+ is priced at Rs. 20.08 lakh (ex-showroom)

Tata Harrier first made its debut back in early 2019 and still is quite successful even without receiving any major update same can be said for its 6-/7- seater sibling which was launched earlier this year with almost all the same specifications. It is also true that originally the new Tata Safari wasn’t even going to be called Tata Safari the name chosen by the company was Tata Gravitas which was later changed to Safari.

Talking about the engine, both the cars are powered by a 2.0-litre 4-cylinder Kryotec diesel engine capable of producing 170 PS of maximum power along with 350 Nm of optimum torque. While both Tata Safari and Harrier XTA+ trim come with 6-speed torque converter transmission. As for the additional features, the XTA+ trims get all the features of the XTA trim along with the addition of a panoramic sunroof.

On the launch of these two trims Vivek Srivatsa, Head – Marketing, Passenger Vehicle Business Unit, Tata Motors said,

We are ecstatic at the response received by the Harrier and the Safari. The sheer love of our customers has helped us attain the pole position in the high SUV segment. Keeping our customer’s requirements as the topmost priority and in line with our New Forever philosophy of continuously updating our portfolio with new products and features, we are delighted to introduce the latest variants – The Harrier XTA+ and The Safari XTA+. Equipped with two of the most demanded features, these XTA+ variants will come equipped with a 6-speed Automatic Transmission providing an effortless driving experience and a Panoramic Sunroof with functionalities like Global Close, Anti Pinch & Rain Sensing closure to name a few.”

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