The wait is over as Tata Motors has finally released all the details of the most anticipated SUV, the Harrier facelift, alongside the New Tata Safari. However, in this article we are covering the details of the Harrier while to know everything about the Safari facelift, CLICK HERE as we have already covered all details of the new Safari. Coming back to Harrier Facelift, the SUV has received significant changes inside and outside and has loaded the SUV with a long list of features. So, which variant gets what feature, we have done a variant breakdown of the new Harrier, to check it out CLICK HERE. Now, let’s jump straight to the details as there are a lot of things to share.


New Tata Harrier

Tata Motors has completely changed the front fascia of the Harrier. The standout design element is the new front grille. It gets a new pattern which is completely different from the outgoing model. Tata has designed the grille and bumpers smartly to make it look like the hexagonal grille. Also, it gets connected LED DRLs with welcome and goodbye animation. The headlamps unit has also changed and are similar to what we have seen on the Nexon facelift. 

The side profile largely remains the same. However it now gets all new alloy wheels with aero inserts. There is an increase in the tyre size too. The higher variants are now equipped with a tyre profile of 245/55 R19 alloy wheels. The other change on the side profile is the addition of Harrier badging on the front door.

From the rear one can easily recognize it as a Harrier despite some noticeable changes. There are all new LED tail lamps which also get the connected treatment. The bumper design has been changed while there is a dedicated housing for the reflectors and reverse lamps.


New Tata Harrier

Similar to the exterior, the interiors have also received major revisions. The designs of the dashboard and the centre console have been refreshed to give an upmarket appeal. The centre stage of the interior happens to be the all new 12.3-inch touchscreen system. Another big change is the touch control for AC controls and an all new 4-spoke illuminated steering wheel. They have also introduced new colour themes for the interior and vary upon the variants you choose.  

New Tata Harrier – Features 

New Tata Harrier

When first launched in 2019, Tata Harrier was mocked for lacking features. Tata did updated the SUV with new features with every new edition they launched. However, with the facelift Tata has taken a big leap in terms of features. The long list of new features include –  Welcome and goodbye animation on Front & Rear LED DRL, Knee Airbag, 10 JBL Speakers with Advanced Harman AudioworX, 12.3-inch infotainment system, Dual Zone climate control, Touch control for HVAC, E-Shifter for automatic variants, 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster, Rear door sunshades, ambient lighting, Bejeweled rotary selector with display for terrain response modes, 45kW USB charger, Multiple ambient lighting options on sunroof & midpad, Gesture Controlled Power Tailgate.

Other details

New Tata Harrier

Tata has also rejigged the variant naming of the new Harrier. Now we have four variants – Smart, Pure, Adventure and Fearless. The Smart is the base variant, while Fearless is the top. Tata has also straightway introduced the dark edition of the new Harrier. Also, the new Harrier comes with a standard warranty of 3 years/1 lakh km. 


Tata Harrier facelift will continue with the same powertrain as of now. It is the 2.0-litre turbocharged diesel engine that churns out 168bhp and 350Nm of peak torque. The engine comes mated to a 6-speed manual and Hyundai-sourced 6-speed torque converter automatic transmission.  Also, there is no petrol engine coming as we had stated earlier today, you can check it out here. The petrol will debut on the Curvv and then come onto the Harrier.

New Tata Harrier – Launch and pricing

New Tata Harrier

With all the details revealed, the launch is expected to happen soon. Bookings for the new Harrier have opened for Rs 25,000. Pricing-wise, the facelift of the new Harrier is expected to be Rs 70k to 90k more expensive than the outgoing models. Currently, the price of the Harrier starts from Rs 18.70 lakh and goes to Rs 29.87 lakh (on-road, Mumbai).

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