Now gets BS6 engines, a bigger sunroof and bigger wheels in new top-spec variant
Tata has also introduced a new top-spec, feature-rich XZ variant available with both automatic and manual transmission option
It is offered in 5 variants but you get even more choices with factory custom options
The premium hatchback only gets a manual gearbox for now. However, you could expect at DCT at a later date
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Tata is expected to launch a new top-spec, feature-rich XZ variant of the Harrier soon!
Apart from minor changes, the cabin looks identical to the one offered on its manual counterpart
It is likely to be introduced in the new top-spec XZ variant
Measuring 2740mm, the Tata Harrier’s wheelbase is even bigger than the 2018 Honda CR-V!
The electric hatchback should offer a claimed range of around 300km same as the Nexon EV
It comes with cosmetic updates along with a BS6 diesel engine
It would sit below the Altroz EV in Tata’s EV lineup with Nexon EV as the flagship model
The Tata Sierra EV concept at the expo is a feasibility study
It’s expected to command a premium of over Rs 1 lakh compared to the recently launched BS6 Harrier
It packs the BS6-compliant version of the 2.0-litre diesel on the Harrier