Just a few days ago, Tata Motors unveiled the all-new Harrier and Safari facelifts in India. Well, after much anticipation, the company has finally launched both of the models. Tata Motors has launched the new Harrier facelift with a starting price of Rs 15.49 lakh and it goes all the way up to Rs 24.49 lakh. Meanwhile, its elder sibling, the Safari facelift, has been launched with a price tag of Rs 16.19 and will go up to Rs 25.49 lakh for the top-spec variant. The company is currently taking reservations for both models with a booking amount of Rs. 25,000.
2023 Tata Harrier facelift pricing
The all-new 2023 Tata Harrier will be offered in 7 variants. The introductory pricing for the Harrier starts at Rs 15.49 lakh for the base Smart variant. Next up is the Pure variant, which has been priced at Rs 16.99 lakh, and then there is the Pure+ variant, which has been priced at Rs 18.69 lakh. Following this, there are the Adventure and Adventure+ variants, which have been priced at Rs 20.19 lakh and Rs 21.69 lakh.
Apart from these variants, there are the top-spec Fearless and Fearless+ variants. The top-end variants have been priced at Rs 22.99 lakh and Rs 24.49 lakh. Additionally, the company will be offering the Harrier facelift with an automatic transmission option starting at Rs 19.99 lakh, and it will be offered from Pure+ variants onwards. The company will also be offering the Dark Edition from Pure+ variant onwards, starting at Rs 19.99 lakh.
2023 Tata Safari facelift pricing
Meanwhile, the flagship Safari facelift has also been launched in 7 variants. The starting price for the Safari facelift will be Rs 16.19 lakh for the base Smart variant. Then there will be the Pure and Pure+ variants with prices of Rs 17.69 lakh and 19.39 lakh, respectively. After this, there will be the Adventure and Adventure+ variants, which have been priced at Rs 20.99 lakh and Rs 22.49 lakh, respectively.
Lastly, the Safari facelift will be offered in the top-spec Accomplished and Accomplished+ variants. The company has priced these variants at Rs 23.99 lakh and 25.49 lakh. Also, just like the Harrier, the Safari automatic transmission options will be offered from the Pure+ variant onwards, with a starting price of Rs 20.69 lakh. Finally, there will be the Dark Edition variants, which will also start at Rs 20.69 lakh and will be offered from the Pure+ variant onwards.
Tata Harrier facelift
First off, let’s start with the smaller SUV of the two siblings, the facelifted Harrier. With the all-new Harrier, the company has changed up its design language and has made it a lot more premium and modern-looking. The front of the SUV features a much more aggressive yet sophisticated appearance with its all-new larger front grille. This new grille gets a ton of small chrome elements. Unlike the last model, the LED DRLs on top of the split headlamp design are now connected.
Additionally, the headlight housing of the model has been made a lot smaller and modern. It now gets a trapezoidal shape and houses the all-LED headlights and fog lights. The front bumper has also been fully redesigned with a much larger lower grille, which ties in nicely with the upper grille. Moving on to the sides, not much has been changed except for the addition of new 19-inch alloy wheels. As for the rear, the new Harrier gets a new Z-shaped LED taillights, which is now also connected.
Moving on to the interior of the new Harrier facelift, it has been fully revised and given a ton of new features. The overall layout of the dashboard has been retained; however, it now gets a massive 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system from Harman, which comes with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. It also gets a new 10-speaker JBL sound system along with Amazon Alexa voice assistant.
Additionally, the new Harrier facelift also gets features like a 360-degree surround-view system with a blind-view monitor, front parking assist, power-operated tailgate with gesture control, voice-assisted dual-zone automatic climate control, ventilated power-adjustable front seats, voice-assisted panoramic sunroof, fast 45W C-Type charger, and a wireless charger.
In terms of the safety features in the new Harrier facelift, it comes loaded. It gets 7 airbags, out of which 6 come standard across all variants. It also features ADAS with 11 features, including adaptive cruise control with stop & go function (AT only), autonomous emergency braking – including pedestrian & cycle, forward collision warning, rear collision warning, rear cross-traffic alert, blind spot detection, traffic sign recognition, door open alert, lane departure warning, lane change alert, and high beam assist. The car also gets an electronic stability program with 17 capabilities, 3-point seatbelts for all occupants with reminders, and ISOFIX.
Tata Safari facelift
Tata Motors, along with the new Harrier facelift, has also launched the new Safari facelift. Just like the Harrier, the new Safari facelift has also been given a complete overhaul in terms of design and features. Tata Motors this time with the Safari facelift has given it a different front fascia from Harrier, unlike the previous model which looked exactly the same. The Safari facelift gets a much bolder and sophisticated design. The front grille gets body-colored elements as opposed to the chrome ones on the Harrier facelift. The LED headlight and fog lamp housing on the Safari facelift are rectangular.
On the side profile, the new Safari facelift largely remains similar to the outgoing model with the addition of a few minor changes. The new facelifted SUV gets new 19-inch Spider diamond-cut alloy wheels. Additionally, the car now also gets Safari badges on the front two doors as well. As for the rear design of the Safari, it boasts a newly designed rear bumper and new rear LED taillights. Just like the front, the rear taillights are also connected via a strip of LED.
On the inside, the Safari facelift has also retained the same interior layout as the previous model. The flagship Tata SUV gets the same features as the Harrier. The list of some of the segment-first features on the new Safari facelift includes welcome and goodbye signature animation on front & rear LED DRLs, 10 JBL Speakers with Advanced Harman AudioworX, 2nd-row ventilated seats, multi-Screen 26.03 cm instrument cluster with a navigation display, touch-based central control panel with multi-functions, a new four-spoke steering wheel with a signature ‘Illuminated Logo,’ E-Shifter (AT only), and rear door sunshades.
Apart from these, the car also gets multi-mood lights with drive modes Sync – Mid Pad, a panoramic sunroof, bejeweled terrain response Mode Selector with a display, winged headrest in the 2nd row, 45W Fast USB charger, ADAS with 11 Features, gesture-controlled power tailgate, dual-zone fully automatic temperature control, 31.24 cm Harman touchscreen infotainment system, Amazon Alexa voice assistant, steering-mounted paddle shifters, 360-degree camera, and advanced ESP with 17 functionalities.
Engine and transmission
The all-new Tata Harrier and Safari facelift, just like the previous models, will come equipped with the same 2.0-liter turbocharged Kryotec diesel engine. This engine in both SUVs produces the same 170 bhp of power and 350 Nm of torque. It will come with 6-speed manual and automatic transmission options in both SUVs.
Tata Motors has stated that the new Harrier facelift will be offering fuel efficiency figures of 16.80 kmpl for the manual, 14.60 kmpl for automatic. From the outgoing model, there is a slight improvement in the figures. On the other hand, Tata Motors for the new Safari facelift has claimed a fuel efficiency of 16.30 kmpl for the manual and 14.50 kmpl for the automatic model.