The new XT+ trim comes with the panoramic sunroof as an addition to the XT variant
The new XT+ trim comes with the panoramic sunroof as an addition to the XT variant|Tata Harrier
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Tata Motors launches XT+ variant of the Harrier at Rs 16.99 lakh

The Harrier’s new XT+ trim gets a tinted panoramic sunroof along with a rain sensor

George Dcruze

Tata Motors has launched the Harrier XT+ today at an introductory price of Rs 16.99 lakh, valid through September, as a celebration of the positive sales response the Harrier has recently seen. The XT+ trim features a tinted panoramic sunroof with an auto-close sensor for the rains. The XT+ is a mid-spec variant, getting all the features that the XT does (Rs 16.4 lakh) but with the addition of the sunroof.

The new panoramic sunroof is electrically controlled and has sensors that close it automatically if it detects rain, or if the car is parked. It is also coated with a black tinted screen to reduce glare in the cabin. Besides this, the XT+ variant of the Harrier comes loaded with scores of creature comforts such as the 7-inch touchscreen with Android and iOS connectivity which controls the six-speaker setup, automated climate control, an engine start/stop button, reverse parking camera and rain sensing wipers.

A brief idea of how the sunroof looks from inside the Harrier's cabin
A brief idea of how the sunroof looks from inside the Harrier's cabinTata Harrier

Commenting on the introduction of this new variant, Mr. Vivek Srivatsa, Head Marketing, Passenger Vehicle Business Unit (PVBU), Tata Motors said, “In line with our New Forever philosophy of continuously updating our product range with new products and features, we are delighted to introduce the latest variant of our flagship SUV – Harrier XT+. Since its launch, the Harrier has been loved by customers & the industry experts with its stunning design and exhilarating performance. We are confident that the introduction of the XT+ variant will further strengthen the appeal of the Tata Harrier by giving customers an option to experience a premium feature like the Panoramic Sunroof at an extremely attractive price.”

The Tata Harrier is based on Land Rover’s D8 platform and packs a 2-litre turbo-diesel engine rated at 168bhp and 350Nm, which can be had with either a six-speed manual in the XT+ variant. The XT+ will also get multiple terrain response modes and cruise control. The Harrier XT+ now is the most affordable trim level to feature a panoramic sunroof, undercutting the XZ+ by Rs 1.9 lakh.

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