New Tata Harrier Can Now Be Purchased With Up To INR 80,000 Discounts

by Mohammed Burman | 09/07/2020
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BS6 Tata Harrier can now be bought with generous discounts and offers in July. The SUV is now available with a starting price of INR 13.69 lakh (ex-showroom).

Launched at the 2020 Auto Expo, deliveries of the updated BS6 Tata Harrier started in March. In July, however, Tata is offering discounts of up to INR 80,000 on this SUV. If you have an intention of buying the new Harrier, this month provides a marvellous opportunity for you to buy it at a lower price since the SUV is being offered with an instant cash discount of INR 25,000, an exchange bonus of INR 40,000 and a corporate discount of INR 15,000.  In comparison to the previous two months, customers who purchase a Tata Harrier this month can save a much greater amount of money this July. Furthermore, you can also be offered with some additional discounts, depending on different dealerships.

Refer to the table below for a full price list of the Tata Harrier.





INR 13.69 Lakh



INR 15 Lakh

INR 16.25 Lakh


INR 16.25 Lakh



INR 7.50 Lakh

INR 18.80 Lakh


INR 17.60 Lakh

INR 18.90 Lakh

XZ Dark

INR 17.70 Lakh

INR 19 Lakhs


Rs 18.75 Lakhs

INR 19.95 Lakh


INR 18.85 Lakhs

INR  20.15 Lakh

XZ+ Dark

INR 18.95 Lakhs

INR 20.25 Lakh

The manual version of the Tata Harrier is priced from INR 13.69 lakh to INR 18.95 lakh while the automatic version costs from INR 16.25 lakh to INR 20.25 lakh (all prices are ex-showroom). With the addition of the automatic transmission, the Harrier’s price range has been increased by almost INR 3 lakh.

2020 tata harrier front three quarters

The BS6 Tata Harrier is now available with generous discounts.


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The updated Tata Harrier receives its power from a BS6-compliant 2.0-litre oil burner which can deliver 170 PS against 350 Nm and is mated to a 6-speed MT or a 6-speed torque converter. The SUV is very well-equipped with a wide range of top-notch features including dual-tone alloy rims, a panoramic sunroof, auto-dimming IRVMs and powered driver seat and an ESP which has now been provided as a standard feature across all the variants. The Tata Harrier competes against the high-spec Hyundai Creta variants, low-to-mid-spec variants of the Jeep Compass, Kia Seltos and MG Hector.

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