Tata’s Flagship SUV Duo Now Features ADAS, Bigger Touchscreens And More… Of Course For Extra Price

  • Feb 23, 2023
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Tata has hiked prices of the Harrier and Safari SUVs by up to Rs 66,000

  • New features have been borrowed from the recently launched Red Dark editions.
  • The Harrier and Safari’s new features include ADAS, a 360-degree camera and a 10.25-inch touchscreen system.

  • Only the top-spec XZA+ (O) automatic variants get the ADAS features.

  • A few variants including a couple of special editions have been shown the door.

  • Both the SUVs share the same BS6 phase II-compliant, 2-litre diesel engine.

Tata has just given the Red Dark treatment to three of its most popular SUVS: the Nexon, Harrier, and Safari. We have seen what new features the special edition introduced on the carmaker’s flagship SUV duo, and now these creature comforts have trickled down on their standard models’ equipment list as well. And obviously, all these updates mean you would have to sign a slightly heavier and fatter cheque. 

Here’s a look at the updated Harrier and Safari’s variant-wise price list:

Harrier MT

Variant

Old Price

New Price

Difference

XE

Rs 15 lakh

Rs 15 lakh

XM

Rs 16.45 lakh

Rs 16.45 lakh

XMS

Rs 17.55 lakh

Rs 17.70 lakh

+Rs 15,000

XT

Rs 17.75 lakh

Discontinued

XT+

Rs 18.55 lakh

Rs 18.68 lakh

+Rs 13,000

XT+ Dark

Rs 18.90 lakh

Rs 19.04 lakh

+Rs 5,000

XZ

Rs 19.15 lakh

Rs 19.24 lakh

+Rs 9,000

XZ DT

Rs 19.35 lakh

Rs 19.44 lakh

+Rs 9,000

XZS

Rs 20.41 lakh

Discontinued

XZS DT

Rs 20.61 lakh

Discontinued

XZS Dark

Rs 20.76 lakh

Discontinued

XZ+

Rs 20.95 lakh

Rs 21.32 lakh

+Rs 37,000

XZ+ DT

Rs 21.15 lakh

Rs 21.52 lakh

+Rs 37,000

XZ+ Kaziranga

Rs 21.16 lakh

Discontinued

XZ+ Jet

Rs 21.20 lakh

Discontinued

XZ+ Dark

Rs 21.30 lakh

Rs 21.67 lakh

+Rs 37,000

XZ+ Red Dark [new]

Rs 21.77 lakh

Harrier AT

Variant

Old Price

New Price

Difference

XMA

Rs 17.75 lakh

Discontinued

XMAS

Rs 18.86 lakh

Rs 19 lakh

+Rs 14,000

XTA+

Rs 19.85 lakh

Rs 19.99 lakh

+Rs 14,000

XTA+ Dark

Rs 20.20 lakh

Rs 20.34 lakh

+Rs 14,000

XZA

Rs 20.45 lakh

Rs 20.54 lakh

+Rs 9,000

XZA DT

Rs 20.65 lakh

Rs 20.74 lakh

+Rs 9,000

XZAS

Rs 21.71 lakh

Discontinued

XZAS DT

Rs 21.91 lakh

Discontinued

XZAS Dark

Rs 22.06 lakh

Discontinued

XZA+

Rs 22.25 lakh

Rs 22.62 lakh

+Rs 37,000

XZA+ DT

Rs 22.45 lakh

Rs 22.82 lakh

+Rs 37,000

XZA+ Kaziranga

Rs 22.46 lakh

Discontinued

XZA+ Jet

Rs 22.5 lakh

Discontinued

XZA+ Dark

Rs 22.60 lakh

Rs 22.97 lakh

+Rs 37,000

XZA+ Red Dark

Rs 23.07 lakh

XZA+(O) [new]

Rs 23.62 lakh

XZA+(O) DT [new]

Rs 23.82 lakh

XZA+(O) Dark [new]

Rs 23.97 lakh

XZA+ (O) Red Dark [new]

Rs 24.07 lakh

  • Tata’s midsize SUV still starts at Rs 15 lakh with the manual gearbox. 
  • The previously offered entry-level XMA automatic trim has now been axed. Its automatic range now kicks off from Rs 19 lakh with the XMAS trim, dearer by Rs 1.25 lakh than before.

  • A few variants, including the Kaziranga and Jet editions, have likely been shown the door with this update.

  • The all-black Dark Edition has been retained alongside the new Red Dark edition. 

  • Prices of the remaining variants have been hiked by up to Rs 37,000.

Also Read: The Tata Nexon Dark Now Adds A Splash Of Red With This New Edition

Safari MT

Variant

Old Price

New Price

Difference

XE

Rs 15.65 lakh

Rs 15.65 lakh

XM

Rs 17.15 lakh

Rs 17.15 lakh

XMS

Rs 18.32 lakh

Rs 18.46 lakh

+Rs 14,000

XT

Rs 18.68 lakh

Discontinued

XT+

Rs 19.48 lakh

Rs 19.63 lakh

+Rs 15,000

XT+ Dark

Rs 19.78 lakh

Rs 19.98 lakh

+Rs 20,000

XZ

Rs 20.38 lakh

Rs 20.48 lakh

+Rs 10,000

XZ+

Rs 21.5 lakh / Rs 21.6 lakh (6S)

Rs 22.16 lakh / Rs 22.26 lakh (6S)

+Rs 66,000

XZ+ Jet

Rs 21.75 lakh / Rs 21.85 (6S)

Discontinued

XZ+ Kaziranga

Rs 21.75 lakh / Rs 21.85 lakh (6S)

Discontinued

XZ+ Adventure

Rs 21.75 lakh / Rs 21.85 lakh (6S)

Rs 22.41 lakh / Rs 22.51 lakh (6S)

+Rs 66,000

XZ+ Dark

Rs 21.85 lakh / Rs 21.95 lakh (6S)

Rs 22.51 lakh / Rs 22.61 lakh (6S)

+Rs 66,000

XZ+ Red Dark [new]

Rs 22.61 lakh/ Rs 22.71 lakh (6S)

XZ+ Gold

Rs 22.61 lakh / Rs 22.71 lakh (6S)

Discontinued

Safari AT

Variant

Old Price

New Price

Difference

XMA

Rs 18.45 lakh

Discontinued

XMAS

Rs 19.61 lakh

Rs 19.76 lakh

+Rs 15,000

XTA+

Rs 20.78 lakh

Rs 20.93 lakh

+Rs 15,000

XTA+ Dark

Rs 21.08 lakh

Rs 21.28 lakh

+Rs 20,000

XZA

Rs 21.68 lakh

Rs 21.78 lakh

+Rs 10,000

XZA+

Rs 22.80 lakh / Rs 22.90 lakh (6S)

Rs 23.46 lakh / Rs 23.56 lakh (6S)

+Rs 66,000

XZA+ Jet

Rs 23.05 lakh / Rs 23.15 lakh (6S)

Discontinued

XZA+ Adventure

Rs 23.05 lakh / Rs 23.15 lakh (6S)

Rs 23.71 lakh / Rs 23.81 lakh (6S)

+Rs 66,000

XZA+ Kaziranga

Rs 23.05 lakh / Rs 23.15 lakh (6S)

Discontinued

XZA+ Dark [new]

Rs 23.15 lakh / Rs 23.25 lakh (6S)

Rs 23.81 lakh / Rs 23.91 lakh (6S)

+Rs 66,000

XZA+ Red Dark

Rs 23.91 lakh/ Rs 24.01 lakh (6S)

XZA+ Gold

Rs 23.91 lakh / Rs 24.01 lakh (6S)

Discontinued

XZA+(O) [new]

Rs 24.46 lakh / Rs 24.56 lakh (6S)

XZA+(O) Dark [new]

Rs 24.81 lakh / Rs 24.91 lakh (6S)

XZA+ (O) Red Dark [new]

Rs 24.91 lakh/ Rs 25.01 lakh (6S)

  • As seen with the Harrier, even the Safari’s starting price (with the manual transmission) has remained unaltered (Rs 15.65 lakh).
  • Even the Safari’s older base-spec automatic variant – the XMA – has been shelved. The XMAS is the new entry-level automatic variant at Rs 19.76 lakh.

  • Tata has booted out the Kaziranga and Gold editions of its three-row SUV but has continued with the Adventure edition. 

  • The Red Dark edition is on sale alongside the previously offered Dark version of the SUV.

  • Maximum price increment is of up to Rs 66,000 among the remaining variants.

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With prices out of the way, it’s now time to check out all the cool stuff that both the SUVs have gained from their new special editions. The main addition is the advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), which consist of rear cross-traffic alert, lane change alert and auto-emergency braking. However, it doesn’t come with adaptive cruise control and has been restricted to the top-end XZA+ (O) automatic variants of the SUVs.

Tata has also equipped the standard Harrier and Safari with a new 10.25-inch touchscreen system, 360-degree camera, four-way power-adjustable co-driver seat with boss mode (Safari only), memory setting for powered driver’s seat, and a seven-inch digital driver’s display. We have already covered all the features of the new infotainment system in detail.

Both the SUVs get no changes in their powertrains. They share the same 2-litre diesel engine (170PS/350Nm), which comes paired with either a six-speed manual or a six-speed automatic. That said, this engine has now been made BS6 phase II compliant.

Also See: Here’s Your First Look At What The Facelifted Safari Will Look Like

The Tata Harrier goes up against the likes of the MG Hector, Mahindra XUV700 (five-seater), Hyundai Creta and Maruti Grand Vitara. On the other hand, the Safari is a rival to the MG Hector Plus, Hyundai Alcazar, and Mahindra XUV700.

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