Discontinued Tata Harrier Dark Edition Non-Skylight Variant

Akbar Merchant

This Tata Harrier The dark version received a variant update in India. The company has communicated to dealers that from now on, SUVs will only be available in three models.

  • The Harrier Dark version is only available for the variant with sunroof
  • The dark versions of XT, XZ and XZA without sunroof are discontinued
  • Harrier Dark Edition starts at Rs 1.787 lakh

Tata Harrier Dark Edition 2021: What’s new?

The Harrier Dark version has been on sale since 2019 and is one of the popular variants of Tata’s flagship SUV. So far, the model offers up to six variants-XT, XZ, XZA, XT+, XZ+ and XZA+-the latter three are equipped with panoramic sunroofs. However, the company has now notified its distributors to stop accepting pre-orders for the dark version of XT, XZ and XZA variants. This means that Harrier Dark Edition will now be equipped with standard-sized panoramic sunroofs in all the remaining three variants. Pre-orders for XT+, XZ+ and XZA+ are open as usual, and there are no other changes in Harrier’s equipment or feature list.

Tata Harrier Dark Edition 2021: Overview

The Harrier Dark version uses an all-black scheme, with a new Atlas Black exterior paint cover, dark decorative parts (such as black veneer artificial anti-skid plates and gray headlamp inserts) and black veneer 17-inch alloy wheels. It also wears a special badge with the words “#Dark” on the front fender.

Inside, the all-black theme continues, and the artificial wood inserts on the dashboard are replaced by the new “Blackstone Matrix” inserts. Interior parts, such as the Humanity line that runs through the dashboard, are now gunmetal gray. In the interior, the Dark Edition is equipped with black artificial leather seats and door inserts (both with contrasting gray stitching) and perforated black leather finishes on the door handles.

Tata Harrier 2021: Engine and powertrain options

The Tata Harrier has been on sale since January 2019, and there are now 22 styles to choose from. The SUV is powered by the only 170-horsepower 2.0-liter diesel engine, paired with 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic. The Harrier’s starting price is 1.43 million rupees and the highest is 2082 million rupees (excluding showroom).

The upcoming Tata SUV will be launched in 2021

Tata Motors launch New Safari Earlier this year, it is likely that the HBX mini SUV will be launched in the Indian market in the next few months.Read more about Tata HBX Here.

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