Tata Motors is offering some great discounts on the Harrier this month, which go up to Rs. 70,000. Read here to know more.
Tata Harrier is one of the most popular SUVs offered by the automaker in the Indian market. It rivals with the likes of MG Hector and Jeep Compass. Early this year, Tata also introduced the new facelift model of the car with subtle cosmetic and feature updates. The festive season is just around the corner, and this is the time when almost every carmaker offers amazing discounts on their vehicles to benefit from higher sales. Tata has already started offering discounts on the 2020 Harrier. The automaker is offering discounts up to Rs 70,000. The regular model of the Harrier now gets Rs 25,000 cash discount + Rs 40,000 exchange bonus + Rs 5,000 corporate discount.
On the other hand, The Dark edition of the SUV is being offered with Rs 40,000 exchange bonus + Rs 5,000 corporate discounts. These are the discounts Tata is offering with Harrier currently and might not be available in November. Talking about Tata Harrier, it derives power from a 2.0-litre, four-pot Kryotec diesel engine, which develops 168 Bhp of power and 350 Nm of peak torque. The engine comes coupled to a 6-speed MT or a 6-speed torque converter automatic gearbox. Inside, it comes loaded with features like a panoramic sunroof, steering mounted audio and cruise control buttons, a semi-digital instrument console, premium leather seats, a touchscreen infotainment unit with latest connectivity features, JBL sound system and much more. In other news, early next year, Tata will introduce its all-new six-seater SUV named as Gravitas. It was showcased early this year at the 2020 Auto Expo.
Once launched, it’ll rival with the likes of MG Hector Plus and Mahindra XUV500. Earlier, the carmaker had plans to introduce the new SUV during the upcoming festive season, but it got delayed due to the ongoing health crisis that the world is dealing with. As compared to Harrier, dimensionally, the all-new Tata Gravitas will be 63mm longer, 72mm wider and 80mm taller. It has been developed on the company’s Omega ARC platform. Mechanically, it’ll derive power from the same 2.0-litre turbocharged diesel engine that powers the Harrier.