Tata Harrier Facelift Makes India Debut; Bookings Open for Rs 25,000

The 2023 Tata Harrier comes in 5 trim levels: Smart, Pure, Adventure, Fearless, and Dark Edition. Customers can choose from 7 colours: Sunlit Yellow, Coral Red, Pebble Grey, Lunar White, Oberon Black, Seaweed Green, and Ash Grey, offering a wide range of customization options.

By Divyam Dubey | on October 6, 2023 Follow us on Autox Google News

The 2023 Tata Harrier facelift and the Safari facelift have officially been revealed, and these SUVs have gotten smarter than before. Tata Motors has officially begun accepting reservations for the 2023 Harrier and Safari in India, with a deposit of Rs 25,000. The Harrier will launch in the coming weeks, right alongside the Safari. There will be five different versions of the Tata Harrier in 2023: Smart, Pure, Adventure, Fearless, and Dark Edition. Sunlit Yellow, Coral Red, Pebble Grey, Lunar White, Oberon Black, Seaweed Green, and Ash Grey are some of the colour options to choose from. The revamped Harrier features redesigned front and back bumpers, split-type LED headlights, connecting-type LED DRLs, and a reworked grille.

2023 Tata Harrier: Design

The new Harrier is built on the robust OMEGARC architecture that is based on Land Rover's famed D8 platform, featuring several safety improvements. There are a total of 7 airbags, with 6 of them being standard equipment (driver and passenger-side airbags, as well as side and curtain airbags, and a knee airbag for the driver).

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The new and improved Harrier's exterior features updated bumpers, split-type LED headlights, connecting-type LED DRL, a reworked grille, as well as other cosmetic upgrades. The wheel wells, roof rails, and outside rearview mirrors have all been painted black to match the updated alloy wheels. 

2023 Tata Harrier: Features

Fearless Dashboard 1

Inside, a High Definition touchscreen Infotainment System (12.3 inches) and a High Definition Configurable Digital Instrument Cluster (10.2 inches) take centre stage. From the looks, the quality of this product has been improved in terms of its attention to detail, its tactility, and its overall impression of superiority. The genuine leather four-spoke lighted steering wheel on the Harrier offers an upscale feel and highlights the car's high-tech features. In addition to the multi-ambient lighting, persona-themed IMDs, and leatherette mid-pad embellishments, the doors themselves exude an air of refined sophistication.

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The updated Harrier has many convenient amenities, such as wireless charging, automated climate control, an air purifier, and a suite of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) that operate at the Level 2 stage, including blind-spot monitoring. It also has a motorised tailboard, a panoramic sunroof, a 360-degree camera, an automatic parking brake, and a premium 10-speaker surround sound system by JBL. To improve the driving experience, these upgrades are designed to meet the needs of premium SUV buyers.

2023 Tata Harrier: Engine

The 2023 Harrier will continue to offer a choice between a 6-speed manual or an automatic torque converter transmission, mated to its 2.0-litre "Kryotec" diesel engine. This engine complies with BS6 Phase 2 standards and produces a maximum of 168bhp and 350Nm of torque. Tata Motors hopes to improve its standing in the highly competitive Indian mid-size SUV market by releasing this updated model.

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