Tata Harrier Dark Edition Edition Now Gets More Affordable!

The manufacturer has now introduced the all-black edition in the mid-spec XT and XT+ variants

  • Tata Harrier XT and XT+ Dark Edition priced at Rs 16.50 lakh and Rs 17.30 lakh respectively.
  • Both cost Rs 10,000 more than their corresponding variants.
  • Introductory pricing for XT+ variant comes to an end, now priced at Rs 17.20 lakh.

The Harrier Dark Edition is one stealthy looking Tata that looks desirable in all-black. But if you want one, you have no other choice but to extend and pick from the top-spec XZ or XZ+ variants. However, Tata has now made the Harrier Dark Edition affordable by offering them in the mid-spec XT and XT+ variants. Here are the prices:

Diesel Manual

Prices (ex-showroom)


Rs 13.84 lakh


Rs 15.15 lakh


Rs 16.40 lakh

XT Dark Edition

Rs 16.50 lakh


Rs 17.20 lakh

XT+ Dark Edition

Rs 17.30 lakh


Rs 17.65 lakh

XZ Dual Tone

Rs 17.75 lakh

XZ Dark Edition

Rs 17.85 lakh

XZ +

Rs 18.90 lakh

XZ+ Dual Tone

Rs 19 lakh

XZ+ Dark Edition

Rs 19.10 lakh

Diesel Automatic



Rs 16.40 lakh


Rs 18.95 lakh

XZA Dual Tone

Rs 19.05 lakh

XZA Dark Edition

Rs 19.15 lakh


Rs 20 lakh

XZA + Dual Tone

Rs 20.20 lakh

XZA + Dark Edition

Rs 20.30 lakh

The Harrier XT and XT+ Dark Edition cost Rs 10,000 more than their corresponding variants. In comparison, the XZ and XZ+ Dark Edition that command a Rs 20,000 premium over the monotone variants. Moreover, introductory pricing for the recently introduced Harrier XT+ has come to an end and it’s now priced at Rs 17.20 lakh, Rs 21,000 more than before.


You all must have seen the Tata Harrier Dark Edition on our roads, but here’s a quick recap. As the name suggests, the Harrier Dark Edition is finished in.... black. The alloy wheels and the faux skid plates on the bumper also come finished in, you guessed it… black. The only contrasting element are the chrome badges and trims running above the window line. 


The black theme continues on the inside as the Harrier XT and XT+ Dark Edition. Even the wooden trim that extends the width of the dash has been replaced by a nicer-looking silver trim. We likey!


In terms of features, this variant comes with a 7-inch infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, climate control, cruise control, drive modes, halogen projector headlamps with LED DRLs, keyless entry with push button start, auto headlamps and wipers and a panoramic sunroof (XT+ only). Safety is covered by dual airbags, ABS with EBD, rear parking sensors, hill hold control and traction control.  

Also Read: 2020 Tata Harrier Automatic: First Drive Review

The Harrier is powered by the familiar FCA-sourced 2.0-litre diesel engine that develops 170PS of power and 350Nm of torque. While the XT and XT+ variants mentioned here come with a 6-speed manual gearbox, the higher-spec Dark Edition variants can be had with a 6-speed torque converter automatic as well. 


The introduction of the Harrier XT and XT+ Dark Edition could pull in more buyers for Tata’s flagship product. Moreover, it comes right in time for the festive season, a time when car sales could be at its peak in the country. Rivals include the Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, MG Hector and Mahindra XUV500

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