Tata Harrier XMS, XMAS Variants Launched – Details

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The MG Hector-rivalling Tata Harrier is currently one of the best-looking and most powerful SUVs in the Indian market

The Tata Harrier is currently one of the best-selling SUVs in the segment and offers strong competition to the rivals like the MG Hector, Mahindra XUV700, Jeep Compass, and other premium midsize SUVs in the market. With the competition in the segment rising, Tata recently launched two new variants of the new Harrier SUV for Indian buyers. Here are all the details that you should check out about the new Tata Harrier XMS and the XMAS variants. But before we begin, do not forget to subscribe to the official Auto42 Youtube channel.

Tata Harrier New Variants In India

For starters, the new XMS and the XMAS variants are based on the XM and the XMA variants. These two new variants are priced at Rs 17.20 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) and Rs 18.50 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) respectively. These new variants are Rs 1.11 lakh cheaper than the XMS and the XMAS variants and boast a number of updates to attract buyers. For those wondering, these new variants will be offered with both, manual as well as automatic gearbox options.

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On the features front, the new Tata Harrier XMS, and XMAS variants will get a panoramic sunroof as standard. The sunroof was earlier available only with the XT+, XTA+, XZ+, XZA+, XZS, and XZAS variants. Other than the sunroof, these new variants are also offered with automatic headlamps, Android Auto, Apple Carplay, an 8-speaker sound setup, rain-sensing wipers, electrically foldable outside rearview mirrors, front fog lamps, and a reverse parking camera. Other than this, this new variant will continue to be offered with a seven-inch touchscreen

The Tata Harrier is only available with a 2.0L diesel engine option that churns out a peak power and torque output of 170 hp and 350 Nm respectively. This engine comes mated to a 6-speed manual and an automatic gearbox. This engine not only offers strong performance but in addition to this, it also offers strong refinement levels and commendable fuel economy figures.

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Tata is also working on launching the new facelift versions of the Tata Harrier and the Tata Safari in the Indian market. The new facelift iteration will get an updated exterior design, new features, updated dashboard layout and better dynamics. In addition to this, the facelift iteration is also expected to be offered with a new turbocharged petrol engine while the diesel engine will be retained. Needless to say, both these engines will be offered with manual as well as automatic gearbox options.

Tata is also said to be working on a new 2.2L diesel engine for the Indian market and will utilise it in the bigger SUVs. This new 2.2L diesel engine is likely to be more powerful and will replace the existing Fiat-sourced 2.0L oil burner. More details however are yet to be shared by the Indian carmaker.

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Nitin Kadian

Nitin Kadian

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An engineer by education and a motorhead by heart, he loves spending time behind the wheels. In the age of SUVs and crossovers, he still adores old-school low-slung sedans and drools over the Mustang '69.