Tata Motors recently launched the facelifted Safari and Harrier SUVs in the market. The production and delivery of both SUVs have already started, and there are several videos related to them available online. A detailed review of the 2023 Tata Harrier and Safari is available on our website and YouTube channel. As you already know, Tata has equipped both of these SUVs with several premium features. The all-new Harrier is also available in new paint schemes. One of the attractive colors offered with the Harrier is Sunlit Yellow. Here, we have a video where India’s first delivery of the Harrier in Sunlit Yellow is made to the customer.
The video has been shared by Forever.3888 on their YouTube channel. The YouTube shorts shared online claim that this is the first Harrier to be delivered in the Sunlit Yellow shade. In this video, we see a brand new Tata Harrier coming down a lift. It appears that the SUV was delivered to a customer in Rajasthan. The SUV looks brilliant in this new shade of yellow. It is definitely a crowd-puller and suits the overall look of the car.
The Sunlit yellow shade of the Harrier comes with body-colored trims in the cabin. The yellow shade can be seen on the plastic trims on the dashboard, door handles, and center console. The Harrier has been completely revised both on the outside and inside. The SUV competes with cars like the MG Hector, Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, and Mahindra XUV700 in the segment. Starting with the front, unlike the pre-facelift version, Tata has given both the Harrier and Safari a different front look. There are a few elements that differentiate both SUVs.
The front grille has been redesigned. It is now wider than the older version and also gets a chrome foil finish on it. The headlamps have been redesigned, and they are now projector units. There is a welcome light bar on the front of the SUV that meets the dual-function LED DRLs at the front. The top-end version of the Safari also comes with a 360-degree camera and radar-based ADAS features.
Coming to the side profile, the overall design of the SUV remains the same as before. It does come with a Harrier badge on the lower part of the front doors. The design of the alloy wheels is different from the previous version. Just like the Nexon, the Harrier also gets aero inserts in the wheels. As we move to the rear, you notice the new revised bumper, LED tail lamps, and a connecting LED bar with a welcome function.
On the inside, the Tata Harrier comes with leatherette seats with a ventilation feature for front passengers, electrically adjustable seats with a memory function for the driver’s seat, a panoramic sunroof, ambient lights, drive modes, paddle shifters, a full digital instrument cluster, a gloss black center console with touch buttons for AC control, a wireless phone charger, dual-zone AC, and a large 10.24-inch touchscreen infotainment system, among other features.
The Harrier continues to draw power from the 2.0-liter Fiat-sourced Kryotec turbocharged diesel engine. This engine generates 170 PS and 350 Nm of peak torque. It is available with both a 6-speed manual and an automatic transmission option. The price for a brand new Tata Harrier starts at Rs 16.99 lakh, ex-showroom, and goes up to Rs 26.44 lakh, ex-showroom.