The Tata Harrier and Safari have been round for fairly a while now. And with frequent recognizing of their check mules, one would all the time marvel concerning the subsequent possible replace on these SUVs. While there are lots of speculations of the Harrier and Safari to be supplied with a petroleum engine, our current interplay with Rajan Amba, Vice President, Sales, Marketing, and Customer Care, Tata Motors Passenger Vehicles Limited hints that Tata Motors is not like to introduce a gasoline different for its flagship SUVs.
The Safari and Harrier duo are powered by a 2.0-litre diesel engine that has an output of 168bhp and 350Nm of torque. The motor is coupled with a six-speed automated and six-speed automated transmission. As said by Rajan Lamba, ”…In these instances, the diesel engines give themselves a type of driveability that’s anticipated from an SUV. That’s our tackle it. It’s been fairly profitable for us within the diesel model. I don’t assume it’s a precedence for now to introduce a petroleum different in that vary.”
However, the three-row SUV section currently includes fairly a number of petrol choices. The MG Hector, Mahindra XUV700, Hyundai Alcazar, and even the not too long ago launched Mahindra Scorpio-N are supplied with a gasoline engine in each handbook and automated gearboxes.