The new Tata Safari and Harrier facelifts have finally been launched in India after being unveiled earlier this month. Prices for the Tata Safari facelift start at Rs 16.19 lakh. Meanwhile, the Harrier range starts at Rs 15.49 lakh. The automaker is yet to announce the prices for all the automatic and Dark edition variants of the two SUVs.
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Tata Safari and Harrier facelifts: Everything you need to know
Here is what the price list for the new Tata Safari facelift looks like.
|Smart||Rs 16.19 lakh|
|Pure||Rs 17.69 lakh|
|Pure+||Rs 19.39 lakh|
|Adventure||Rs 20.99 lakh|
|Adventure+||Rs 22.49 lakh|
|Accomplished||Rs 23.99 lakh|
|Accomplished+||Rs 25.49 lakh|
Tata Motors has mentioned that the automatic transmission lineup of the Safari will start at Rs 20.69 lakh and the Dark variants at Rs 20.69 lakh. These variants will only be made available for the Pure+, Adventure+, Accomplished, and Accomplished+ trims of the SUV.
Here is what the price list for the Tata Harrier facelift looks like.
|Smart||Rs 15.49 lakh|
|Pure||Rs 16.99 lakh|
|Pure+||Rs 18.69 lakh|
|Adventure||Rs 20.19 lakh|
|Adventure+||Rs 21.69 lakh|
|Fearless||Rs 22.99 lakh|
|Fearless+||Rs 24.49 lakh|
Automatic and Dark variants of the Harrier start at Rs 19.99 lakh. These variants will be made available for the Pure+, Adventure+, Fearless, and Fearless+ trims of the SUV.
The two SUVs get a new front facia on their facelift models. A sleek light bar runs across the wide grille while the split LED headlamps are placed in C-shaped housings. Tata Safari, being the automaker’s flagship SUV gets a more pronounced grille and edgier headlamps. The housings for the headlamps are positioned a bit higher on the Safari.
The interior of the two SUVs is inspired by the Tata Curvv and Avinya concept cars. Tata’s signature four-spoke steering with an illuminated logo makes an appearance on the Safari and Harrier facelifts after making its debut on the Nexon facelift. There are two size options for the touchscreen infotainment system – 10.25-inch and 12.3-inch. There is a 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster onboard as well. Other features include a 10-speaker JBL sound system, paddle shifters, wireless charging, a panoramic sunroof, a 360-degree camera, and an ADAS package.
Things remain the same under the hood as the two SUVs continue to be powered by the 2.0-litre diesel engine from the outgoing models. This diesel engine produces a maximum power output of 170hp and 350Nm of torque. It can be mated to manual and automatic gearboxes. The Safari and Harrier facelifts also get 3 terrain modes (Normal, Rough, Wet) and 3 driving modes (Eco, City, Sport).
The two SUVs are available in six colour options. Some colours are exclusive to specific trims. The Dark Edition gets the Oberon Black colour option. The Tata Safari facelift rivals the likes of MG Hector Plus, Mahindra Scorpio N, and Hyundai Alcazar. Meanwhile, the Harrier facelift rivals the Mahindra XUV700, MG Hector, Jeep Compass, Hyundai Creta, and other diesel midsize SUVs.