Tata Altroz, Harrier Waiting Period Reaches 3 Weeks in India

The waiting period for the Tata Altroz and the Harrier has reached 3 weeks in April. This waiting period applies to Mumbai city and varies according to the dealership, variant, colour, and other factors.

By Sanorita | on April 27, 2023 Follow us on Autox Google News

Tata Motors recently was in the headlines for announcing discounts on its popular SUVs - the Harrier and the Safari, as well as commencing bookings for the upcoming premium hatchback - the Altroz iCNG, ahead of launch in India. Now, the carmaker is again garnering attention in the Indian automotive sector pertaining to the waiting period for the Harrier and the Altroz. According to reports, the waiting period for the Harrier has shortened to one to three weeks; last month, it increased to four weeks. The Altroz hatchback also has a waiting period of 3 weeks in our market. Similar to its SUV sibling, it had a four-week waiting time the previous month. If you are planning to buy one of these models, then here's everything you need to know about their waiting period in April, alongside their specs, features, and more. 

Tata Altroz, Harrier Waiting Period in April

Customers intending to buy the Altroz hatchback have to witness a three-week waiting period in April. It should be noted that the waiting period, which applies to the Mumbai region, varies as per variant, colour, engine, and gearbox. A similar waiting time is for the Harrier SUV in the market. The SUV has a waiting period of one to three weeks in April. Last month, it was around four weeks. This waiting period, similar to the hatchback, applies to Mumbai City. Further, it also varies according to the region, dealership, and version. For additional information, we suggest getting in touch with the nearest Tata-authorized dealership. 

Also Read: Tata Altroz iCNG Bookings Open at Rs 21,000 in India; Deliveries Begin in May

Tata Altroz, Harrier: Engine Specs

In terms of the powertrain, the Altroz has three engine options: 1.2-litre NA petrol, 1.2-litre turbo-petrol, and 1.5-litre diesel. The 1.2-litre NA petrol engine produces 85bhp and 113Nm and comes mated to a five-speed manual gearbox. On the other hand, the 1.2-litre turbo-petrol engine delivers 108bhp and 140Nm, paired with either a five-speed manual gearbox or a DCT (DCA in Tata's parlance) transmission. Meanwhile, the 1.5-litre diesel engine generates 89bhp and 200Nm, coupled with a  five-speed manual transmission. 

For propulsion, the Harrier SUV, on the other hand, uses a 2.0-litre Kryotec diesel engine, which has been revised for BS6 2, and is capable of delivering 168bhp and 350Nm. For transmission, it gets an automatic torque converter and six-speed manual gearbox options. 

Also Read: Tata Nexon EV Max Dark Edition Launched in India at Rs 19.04 Lakh

Tata Nexon Facelift Spied Ahead of India Launch 

Tata Motors is readying an updated version of the Nexon for our market. The model will reportedly mark its presence in the country in 2024. Recently, a test mule of the same caught the attention, hinting that the carmaker is rigorously testing the SUV before its launch in the Indian market. As can be seen in our spy images, the Nexon's front end will adopt Tata's most recent design language, also employed on the Punch SUV. The grille flows seamlessly into the DRLs mounted above the headlights, and the headlamp cluster has been moved lower on the bumper.

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