Tata Motors launches new models of Harrier and Safari, know what are the new features and prices

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Tata Motors launches new trims of Harrier and Safari, know about new features and price

New Delhi. Tata Motors on Tuesday said that it has launched new variants of its flagship SUV Harrier and Safari in the country. The new XTA+ trim of both the SUVs will come with a host of new features such as a six-speed automatic transmission and a panoramic sunroof, the company said in a statement.

Harrier XTA Plus price will be Rs 19.14 Lakh, Harrier XTA Plus Dark trim will cost Rs 19.34 Lakh, while Safari XTA Plus will cost Rs 19.34 Lakh ex-showroom. The company said that the Harrier and Safari jointly lead the market share in the high-end SUV segment with 41.2 per cent market share in the first quarter of the current financial year and the XTA+ variants will help further increase this share in the fast-growing segment. Strengthen the portfolio in the segment.

 

 

Tata Motors Vivek Srivats, Head of Marketing, Passenger Vehicles Business Unit, Passenger Vehicles Business Unit, said, “Introducing new variants in line with our new philosophy of keeping the needs of our customers on top priority and constantly updating our portfolio with new products and features. Very happy.

Powered by the Kryotec 2-litre diesel engine, the new XTA Plus variant comes equipped with features like projector headlamps, dual function LED DRLs, R17 alloy wheels, push button start, fully automatic temperature control, among other features. Apart from this, the Safari also gets IRA connected car features, mood lighting, cruise control and tire pressure monitoring system.

 

 

Tata Motors said that keeping in mind the safety of the passengers, dual front airbags, ESP, fog lamps and reverse parking camera have been made available as standard features in the new XTA Plus variants of both the SUVs.

Mahindra recalls 29,878 pick-ups

Mahindra & Mahindra has recalled 29,878 of its pick-up vehicles to replace faulty fluid pipes. The company has issued a recall for testing and replacement of fluid pipes in pick-up vehicles manufactured during January 2020 to February 2021. This replacement will be done free of cost to all the consumers.

Earlier last month, the company had recalled 600 vehicles manufactured between June 2021 and July 2021. In February, the auto company recalled 1577 units of the SUV Thar. The recall was done to replace a faulty camshaft in the diesel engine Thar.



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