From Rs 20 lakh in 2022, Tata Harrier will get a new XZS variant

Tata Motors has quietly unveiled a new XZS trim for the Harrier, which sits between the XZ and the top-of-the-range XZ+ trims and starts at Rs 20 lakh (ex-showroom). This model differs from the XZ in that it comes with manual and automatic gearboxes, as well as the Dark Edition. As a result, six new versions have been added to the inventory.

  • The Tata Harrier XZS has a pricing range of Rs 20 lakh to Rs 21.6 lakh.
  • The panoramic sunroof, motorized driver’s seat, and auto-dimming IRVM are all notable features.
  • It comes with a 170PS 2-liter diesel engine with a 6-speed manual and automatic transmissions.

Tata Harrier XZS Variant Features, Prices

The Tata Harrier XZS is available in manual and automatic transmissions, as well as single and dual-tone color schemes. Also available in the Dark Edition style bundle. The Harrier XZAS automatic is priced at Rs 21.3 lakh. The dual-tone paint costs Rs 20,000 more, while the Dark Edition costs Rs 30,000 more.

The Harrier XZS gains 17-inch dual-tone alloy wheels, a panoramic sunroof, a motorized driver’s seat with lumbar adjustment, and an auto-dimming inside mirror over the XZ. Auto headlights and wipers, climate control, drive modes, off-road traction modes, an 8.8-inch touchscreen with JBL audio, cruise control, and a semi-digital instrument cluster are all carried over from the Harrier XZ.

Tata Harrier Engine and Gearbox Specifications:

The same engine and gearbox combination is used in the Tata Harrier. It goes on with the Stellantis-sourced 2.0-liter diesel, which produces 170PS and 350 Nm and is available with either a six-speed manual or a torque converter.

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