The New Tata Harrier XZS Starts at Rs 19.99 Lakh

The Harrier XZS, which sits between the XZ and top-spec XZ+ variants, is expected to have a shorter wait time than other variants.

Tata Motors has quietly introduced a new XZS Harrier trim that effectively fills the gap between the XZ and top-spec XZ+ trims. The Harrier XZS is priced between Rs 19.99 lakh and Rs 21.99 lakh (ex-showroom) and comes in manual and automatic versions, as well as a Dark Edition version. It adds some features to the XZ trim while remaining less expensive than the XZ+ trim.

For the time being, the XZS variant of the Harrier will have a waiting period of around 30 days, while other variants will take about 10 weeks to arrive.

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  • Harrier XZS gets additional features over the XZ trim
  • Does not come with ventilated seats and iRA connected car tech
  • Costs Rs 35,000 less than the top-spec XZ+ variant

Here’s how the Harrier XZS stacks up in the line-up in terms of price:

XERs 14.64 lakh
XMRs 16.04 lakh
XTRs 17.34 lakh
XMRs 17.34 lakh
XT+Rs 18.14 lakhRs 19.44 lakh
XT+ DarkRs 18.44 lakhRs 19.74 lakh
XZRs 18.74 lakhRs 19.99 lakh
XZ Dual ToneRs 18.94 lakhRs 20.24 lakh
XZS (New)Rs 19.99 lakhRs 21.29 lakh
XZS Dual tone (New)Rs 20.19 lakhRs 21.49 lakh
XZS Dark (New)Rs 20.29 lakhRs 21.59 lakh
XZ+Rs 20.34 lakhRs 21.64 lakh
XZ+ KazirangaRs 20.54 lakhRs 21.84 lakh
XZ+ Dual ToneRs 20.55 lakhRs 21.85 lakh
XZ+ DarkRs 20.64 lakhRs 21.94 lakh

What’s New in The Tata Harrier XZS?

The price difference between the Harrier XZ and the top-spec XZ+ trim is currently Rs 1.6 lakh, which is where the new XZS trim comes in. Of course, the Harrier XZ+ comes with more features than the XZ for the extra Rs 1.60 lakh, but the XZS brings it down to a more affordable price point.

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17-inch dual-tone alloy wheels, a panoramic sunroof, a 6-way electrically adjustable driver’s seat with lumbar support, and an auto-dimming rear view mirror were previously exclusive to the Harrier XZ+, but are now available on the XZS. All of this will set you back Rs 1.25 lakh more than the XZ, but it will save you Rs 35,000 over the XZ+. Although the price reduction is not significant, it does make some of the Harrier’s most desired features more accessible.

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LED Daytime Running Lamps and projector headlamps are also standard on the Harrier XZS, as are an 8.8-inch touchscreen, 7-inch TFT instrument display, JBL sound system, wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, air purifier, leather wrapped steering wheel and gear knob, and automatic climate control. It also has 6 airbags, hill descent control, off-road ABS, cruise control, traction control, ESC and hill-hold control, and rain sensing wipers, among other safety features.

Overall, the Harrier XZS is a very well-rounded aircraft in terms of equipment and a viable alternative to the XZ+. However, features such as ventilated seats and iRA connected car technology are only available on the XZ+, with the former being a major oversight.

Tata will offer dual-tone color options on the Harrier XZS, including the Dark Edition theme. The Harrier XZS will be available with both 6-speed manual and 6-speed torque converter automatic gearboxes.

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Tata’s Ongoing Electric Vehicle Venture

Tata is currently focusing on its upcoming EV portfolio, while traditional Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) SUVs remain a mainstay for the company. Tata recently released the Nexon EV Max, which has a longer range and new equipment, but more importantly, it recently previewed two concepts – the Curvv and Avinya – that will spawn a slew of new models in the coming years. Tata intends to launch eight more electric vehicles in India by 2025.

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