2020 Tata Harrier BSVI debuted at the recently concluded Auto Expo and is already on sale at a starting price of Rs 13.69 lakh
BSVI version of Tata Harrier was launched earlier this year after showing up at the Auto Expo 2020. Tata Harrier was first introduced in January last year. Shortly after launch, the mid-size SUV managed to garner a decent fan following, though its sales could never match those of the MG Hector. Recently, the manufacturer rolled out the BSVI update for its most modern SUV, which brought in a power bump and some more revisions that are aimed at enhancing its competitiveness. A new video uploaded by Car Quest has detailed the XZA trim of the refreshed SUV.
Tata Harrier XZA Walk-Around Video
The XZA trim, along with other variants in the range, have been given some subtle cosmetic changes. At the front, the design is identical to the previous version with the same gloss back grille and the split-up headlight setting with the LED DRLs/turn indicator on the upper part and the projector headlights sitting on the lower bumper. The rear end also retains the original design with the same taillights, fog lights and Harrier badging. However, to the side profile, the 2020 Tata Harrier features a new design for the wheels with gunmetal grey finish along with revised ORVMs. However, the XZA, along with the XZ variant, does not come with a dual-tone exterior scheme. Only the XZ+ and XZA+ are available with the dual-tone options. Moreover, the 2020 version of the Harrier also receives two new exterior colour options, which are Calypso Red and Sparkle Cocoa.
On the inside, the Tata Harrier is identical to the previous version with the same black-brown colour scheme and leather-wrapped seats. Similar features are offered on the BSVI Harrier. However, on the lower XZ trim, some features like a panoramic sunroof, dual-tone alloys, electrically and adjustable driver seat are now missing.
2020 Tata Harrier will be available with a revised engine and an additional automatic gearbox option
In terms of the specifications, the Tata Harrier 2020 keeps the same Fiat-sourced 2.0-litre 4-cylinder diesel unit, albeit, in an updated form to meet the new emission standard. Compared to the pre-BSVI version, the reworked engine is more powerful, producing up to 170 PS of maximum power and 350 Nm of peak torque. The updated engine also comes with a new option of transmission, which is a 6-speed torque converter automatic gearbox. The new automatic option is offered along with the existing 6-speed manual gearbox. The XZA variant seen here comes with the aforementioned automatic gearbox. Besides the XZA, the automatic option is also available on XMA, XZA and XZA+ variants. After receiving the latest set of updates, the price of the Tata Harrier has seen a small increment. It is now available at a starting price of Rs 13.69 lakh.