The Tata Harrier Dark Edition lineup has now been expanded to the XT and XT+ variants which are about INR 1.3 lakh cheaper than the top-spec XZ and XZ+ trims.
The Tata Harrier Dark Edition has been among the most popular recent additions to the lineup of the SUV. Previously, the Dark Edition of the SUV was only offered in the top-spec XZ and XZ+ variants. In a bid to make it more affordable for the customers, the XT and XT+ variants of the Tata Harrier Dark Edition have now been introduced in the Indian market and are priced at f INR 16.50 lakh and INR 17.30 lakh (ex-showroom), respectively.
The XT and XT+ variants of the Tata Harrier Dark Edition have been launched in the Indian auto market.
In comparison to the top-spec Harrier Dark Edition, the new trims are cheaper by around INR 1.30 lakh. The exterior of the SUV comes with the same all-black paint scheme. Other highlights in terms of styling include black alloy rims and skid plates. The cabin also gets a black colour scheme with black seat covers and grey inserts on the dashboard. As regards the features, the Tata Harrier Dark Edition is equipped with halogen projector headlights, a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system which supports Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, automatic climate control, keyless entry auto wiper, cruise control, traction control, dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, etc.
The Tata Harrier receives its power from a 2.0-litre 4-cyl turbocharged oil burner which can generate 170 PS against 350 Nm. The transmission duties are performed by a 6-speed MT in the manual variant and by a 6-speed torque converter unit in the automatic trim.
Several weeks ago, the XT+ variant of the Tata Harrier was introduced, which proves the home-grown automaker’s willingness to explore new variants of its models to introduce to the customers. These additions could contribute to the popularity of Tata Motors, especially in the upcoming festive season when the buying sentiments of the customers will considerably increase. The domestic auto manufacturer is also reported to be developing the Dark Editions of the Tata Nexon and Tiago, which are expected to follow the success of the Harrier. The three-row Tata Harrier, known as the Gravitas, is also expected to be launched in the foreseeable future prior to the launch of the new HBX micro SUV.