Based mostly on the XM and XMA variants, these new variants get some options from the upper ones. We inform you what they’re.
Tata has launched two new variants for the Harrier SUV, XMS and XMAS, based mostly on the XM and XMA variants. Priced at Rs 17.20 lakh and 18.50 lakh (ex-showroom, Mumbai) for the handbook and computerized variants, respectively, the brand new XMS and XMAS variants get a panoramic sunroof and different options from higher-end variations.
The XM and XMA variants are Rs 1.11 lakh cheaper than the XMS and XMAS variants, respectively.
- XMS, XMAS variants get panoramic sunroof
- Each new variants get Android Auto, Apple CarPlay
Here’s a comparability of the brand new variants and those they’re based mostly on:
|Tata Harrier XMS, XMAS Worth|
|Worth (ex-showroom, Mumbai)||Rs 16.09 lakh||Rs 17.20 lakh||Rs 17.39 lakh||Rs 18.50 lakh|
Tata Harrier XMS, XMAS: new options
The brand new Harrier variants get a panoramic sunroof as commonplace, which was earlier solely out there with the XT+, XTA+, XZ+, XZA+, XZS and XZAS variants. Along with the options out there on the XM and XMA variants, on which they’re based mostly, the XMS and XMAS get computerized headlamps, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity, an 8-speaker system, rain-sensing wipers, electrically foldable exterior rearview mirrors (ORVM) and a reverse parking digicam.
Tata Harrier XMS, XMAS: powertrain
Below the pores and skin, there are not any updates to the brand new Harrier variants. They’re powered by the identical 2.0-litre turbocharged diesel engine that churns out 170hp and 350Nm of torque. Whereas the XMS variant will get a 6-speed handbook gearbox, the XMAS variant will get a 6-speed computerized gearbox.