Tata Harrier has become one of the most famous mid-size SUVs in the Indian market. The bold and aggressive front looks, class-leading safety, strong build quality, powerful engine and massive road presence make the Tata Harrier a perfect choice. Tata launched the Dark Edition of the Tata Harrier last year across various variants to cater to a larger audience. A limited-edition of the SUV known as the Camo edition was also recently launched by the carmaker. As both of these models are quite closely priced, find below about Tata Harrier Camo vs. Dark Edition.
More about Dark Edition
Starting with the earlier launch, the Dark Edition Tata Harrier features an all-black theme on the inside and outside as well. The car is mainly black with some minor chrome elements to give a unique/contrasting look to the SUV. The regular Tata Harrier comes with a dual-tone brown-black interior theme.
The Harrier Black also gets blacked-out alloy wheels which complement the overall looks of the car. The Harrier branding on the front hood on the Camo model is not present on the Dark Edition models. The Black edition is also set to be launched in other cars of Tata.
More about Camo edition
Camo stands for Camouflage and just like the name, it comes painted with olive green colour on the exterior. You also get blacked out 17-inch Alloy wheel which increase the overall appearance of the car. One of the striking differences between the Camo and Black edition is the Camo edition badge on the front bumper of the former SUV.
The interior upholstery comes with black leather and green stitching to match with the exteriors. In addition to this, the buyers of the Harrier Camo can also opt for optional accessory pack – Stealth and Stealth+. These optional accessory packs have accessories like front parking sensors, sunshades, Camo Edition floor mats, back seat etc.
More about Tata Harrier
Tata Harrier costs between Rs.13.84 lakh and Rs.20.30 lakh. It comes in 25 variant options and a single BS6 Diesel engine. It produces maximum power of 170Ps while peak torque figures stand at 350Nm. This engine is available with a 6-speed MT or an automatic torque converter gearbox. The features list of both editions also remains identical to each other. There is also no price difference in the prices of the Harrier Dark and Camo edition.
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