The diesel-only Harrier attracts buyers because of its big and comfortable interior, well-organized ride, and rough appearance. Buyers can get up to Rs 60,000 in benefits on unsold 2021 model year examples, including cash advantages of up to Rs 20,000, depending on stock availability.
On the standard variants, newer 2022 model year units only receive exchange incentives of up to Rs 40,000. Dark Edition trimmings come with up to Rs 20,000 in exchange for benefits. Benefits of up to Rs 25,000 are available to corporate purchasers on the SUV.
Tata's flagship SUV has the same strengths as the Harrier, but with the important addition of a roomy third row. The Safari, like the Harrier, is a diesel-only vehicle with purchasers having the option of choosing between a manual or automatic transmission.
On any unsold 2021 model year Safaris, exchange advantages of up to Rs 60,000 are available, while newer 2022 examples are only given with exchange benefits of up to Rs 40,000. The top-of-the-line Gold edition models, on the other hand, do not come with any features.
Tata's small hatchback is spacious, well-equipped, and provides a smooth ride. The hatchback is powered by a single 86hp 1.2-litre three-cylinder petrol engine, but purchasers may now choose for a factory-installed CNG kit. Except for the recently announced CNG versions, the hatchback comes with cash advantages of up to Rs 10,000 and exchange benefits of up to Rs 20,000, depending on the variation.
On the hatchback, corporate customers may get up to Rs 5,000 in discounts.