Tata Harrier Dual Tone Launched At Rs 16.76 Lakh

The flagship Tata SUV has also crossed the 10,000 sales milestone within six months of its launch

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  • The dual tone colour option is available in two shades -- ‘Calisto Copper’ and ‘Orcus White’.
  • It is available in the top XZ variant only and carries a premium of Rs 20,000.
  • The Harrier is powered by a 2.0-litre diesel engine that produces 140PS and 350Nm
  • The 7-seater based Harrier SUV is expected to be launched by late-2019.

In a bid to keep the Harrier chugging amidst rising competition, Tata Motors has launched two dual tone colour options for the SUV to boost its appeal. The dual tone colour options are available in two shades -- ‘Calisto Copper’ and ‘Orcus White’ -- and can only be had in the top-spec XZ variant. The dual-tone options feature a black roof and carry a premium of around Rs 20,000 more than the regular XZ variant, which is priced at Rs 16.56 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). Have a look at the detailed price list below:


Prices (ex-showroom Delhi)


Rs 13.00 lakh


Rs 14.06 lakh


Rs 15.26 lakh


Rs 16.56 lakh

XZ Dual Tone

Rs 16.76 lakh

Apart from the launch of the dual tone colour option, Tata has announced that the Harrier has also crossed the 10,000 sales milestone. It was achieved within six months of the Harrier’s launch in January 2019.

The SUV comes loaded with features like an 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto, a 9-speaker JBL audio system, climate control, cruise control, steering mounted audio controls, a 7-inch colour MID as well as various drive and terrain modes. It also comes with safety equipment like six airbags, ABS with EBD, rear parking sensors with reversing camera, electronic stability control, traction control, hill start assist, hill descent control, a driver and co-driver seatbelt warning and a high speed alert system.

The Harrier is powered by a BS4-compliant 2.0-litre diesel engine that puts out 140PS of power and 350Nm. Currently, it can only be had with a 6-speed manual gearbox. Tata is also working on upgrading the engine to meet BS6 emission norms and it could also be offered in the higher 170PS state of tune. The lack of an automatic transmission was a major gripe from day one and the carmaker will soon address that by adding a 6-speed automatic gearbox sourced from Hyundai. And to complete the package, an all-wheel drive system and a 1.6-litre turbo petrol engine are also on the cards.

The manufacturer has also started work on the 7-seater variant of the Harrier which was first showcased as the Buzzard at the Geneva Motor Show. Likely to be called as the Cassini here, it is expected to hit our roads by late-2019.

The Tata Harrier goes up against the recently launched MG Hector, the Mahindra XUV500, Hyundai Creta, Jeep Compass and the upcoming Kia Seltos.

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