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  • Q. What is the difference between XT & XZ variant - Harrier?

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    The Harrier XT can be considered a value-for-money choice if you can do without all the bells and whistles offered in the top-spec XZ variant. With the Harrier XT, you get a rear parking camera, auto AC, cruise control, rain-sensing wipers, alloy wheels and a touchscreen infotainment unit that has Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility plus a suite of apps. With a handy price tag of just under Rs 15 lakh, the feature-rich XT ticks most of the right boxes and will not disappoint you if you plan to get one. On the other hand, the top-spec variant(XZ) of the Harrier is Rs 1.35 lakh more expensive than the previous variant and justifiably so. If you are looking to buy something like the base-spec Jeep Compass or a mid-spec Mahindra XUV500, then we’d suggest you give this variant of the Harrier a dekko as well. The added safety of six airbags, along with active safety systems such as roll over mitigation and corner stability control, makes it our recommended variant. You also get the bonus of a larger infotainment display, a larger and more informative instrument cluster, HID projector headlamps, nicer interiors and ESP-based terrain response system as well.

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    Shakti
    Shakti | 1 year ago

    XZ is top model....once ur plan to spending 18.5lac on XT then spend 1lqc more and buy SUV as complete....worth it...every penny

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