One such feature that has now been introduced on the standard variant of the Tata Harrier is an air purifier. Let us tell you that this feature was earlier offered only with the Kaziranga variant of the Harrier, but now it has been introduced in the XT trim of the standard variant as well.
It is worth noting that apart from the feature list and cosmetic changes, no other mechanical updates have been done on the Tata Harrier Kaziranga Edition. Let us tell you that the company had launched the Tata Harrier Kaziranga Edition on 23 February at a price of Rs 20.40 lakh (ex-showroom).
The Tata Kaziranga Edition has been brought to the Grassland Beige color scheme. The black colored alloy wheels, badge and dechromed elements look good with this colour. Talking about the interiors, the Kaziranga Edition SUV gets a black dashboard with contrasting beige touches on the seats and door pads.
The front seat headrest has a raised silhouette of a one-horned rhinoceros. The Kaziranga Edition uses the 2.0-litre Kryotek diesel engine from the company’s existing Harrier, which churns out 170 Bhp of power and 350 Nm of peak torque.
The company has used a 6-speed manual gearbox and a 6-speed torque converter automatic gearbox with this engine. Talking about other news of Tata Motors, the company has launched the DCA trim of its premium hatchback Tata Altroz in the market today.
The company has launched the Tata Altroz DCA at a starting price of Rs 8.09 lakh (ex-showroom), while the top-spec variant has been priced at Rs 9.89 lakh (ex-showroom). The Altroz DCA is offered with its existing 1.2-litre, Revotron petrol engine.
This car has been launched in a total of seven variants, which include XMA+ – Rs 8.09 lakh, XTA – Rs 8.59 lakh, XZA – Rs 9.09 lakh, XZA (O) – Rs 9.21 lakh, XZA + – Rs 9.59 lakh, XTA Dark – 9.05 lakhs and XZA+ Dark – Rs 9.89 lakhs.