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April 2022 - Tata Harrier Diesel Variants Explained - Which One To Buy?

In this variant explained article, you'll find out which variant of the Tata Harrier diesel you should buy based on the ex-showroom prices, variant-wise features and value for money. Here we compare and objectively analyse the 2022 Harrier's diesel variants and the features to figure out which variant is worth buying for a good value for money and ownership experience. Then we will compare the engine specs, dimensions and mileage of the Tata Harrier with other diesel-powered D-segment SUVs with 2 rows of seating like the Mahindra XUV700 5-seat and the MG Hector.

 

Tata Harrier

Updated (April 1, 2022): This update of the Tata Harrier diesel variants explained article includes the details about the Kaziranga edition and the latest prices of the Tata Harrier.

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What Are The Pros And Cons Of Tata Harrier Diesel?

The pros or advantages of Tata Harrier diesel are:

  • Best-in-class ground clearance of 205mm
  • While it's not the only diesel-automatic SUV in its class, it's the only one claiming to offer a respectable 14.6kmpl mileage
  • Aggressive pricing for the base variant
  • Gets features like multiple drive modes and terrain modes
  • Automatic transmission is available in all variants except in XT and XE variants
  • Choice of 3 unique interior themes — regular, dark and Kaziranga
  • Choice of getting the fairly loaded XZ variant without the sunroof

The Tata Harrier diesel has the following shortcomings or problems:

  • Overpriced XM and XT variants and stripped XE and XM variants; in fact, over the base XE variant, none of the higher trims justify the incremental cost with features
  • No petrol engine option
  • No 4WD option
  • Multi-terrain modes in a front-wheel drive, monocoque car has questionable efficacy and usability
  • Missing features like a 360-degree camera, head-up display, rear defogger, TPMS and ADAS
  • Including the dark, dual-tone and Kaziranga, there are just too many variants, which could create a lot of confusion for a potential customer

What Is The Price Of Tata Harrier Diesel Variants?

The Tata Harrier is available in 5 main variants — XE, XM, XT, XZ and XZ Plus. all of these variants are available with a diesel-manual powertrain. In addition, the Harrier also gets variants like Dark, dual-tone and Kaziranga with exclusive cosmetic features. These are otherwise based on one of the main variants. The ex-showroom prices of the 2022 Tata Harrier diesel-manual range start at Rs. 14.53 lakh and go up to Rs. 20.47 lakh.

Except for the XE and XT variants, all other variants get the option of a 6-speed torque converter automatic transmission as well. The automatic transmission is Rs. 1.30 lakh more expensive than similarly equipped manual transmission variants. Only the XZ Plus Dark automatic is a little more expensive and costs about Rs. 1.35 lakh more than the XZA Plus Dark manual. The Harrier automatic variants cost between Rs. 17.23 lakh and Rs. 21,81 lakh.

TATA HARRIER DIESEL | PRICES

EX-SHOWROOM | APR 2022

Variant

Diesel MT

Difference

Diesel AT

XE

Rs. 14,52,900

-

-

XM

Rs. 15,92,900

Rs. 1,30,000

Rs. 17,22,900

XT

Rs. 17,21,400

-

-

XT Plus

Rs. 18,01,400

Rs. 1,30,000

Rs. 19,31,400

XT Plus Dark

Rs. 18,31,400

Rs. 1,30,000

Rs. 19,61,400

XZ

Rs. 18,60,400

Rs. 1,30,000

Rs. 19,90,400

XZ Dual-Tone

Rs. 18,80,400

Rs. 1,30,000

Rs. 20,10,400

XZ Plus

Rs. 20,20,400

Rs. 1,30,000

Rs. 21,50,400

XZ Plus Kaziranga

Rs. 20,40,900

Rs. 1,30,000

Rs. 21,70,900

XZ Plus Dual-Tone

Rs. 20,41,000

Rs. 1,30,000

Rs. 21,71,000

XZ Plus Dark

Rs. 20,46,500

Rs. 1,34,500

Rs. 21,81,000

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Tata Harrier Diesel XE - Base Model Features & Review

The base XE variant of the Tata Harrier diesel costs Rs. 14.53 lakh (ex-showroom) and is only available with a manual transmission. The most notable features of the Harrier XE are:

  • Halogen projector headlamps
  • All power windows
  • Dual-function DRLs
  • 16-inch steel wheels
  • Tilt and telescopic steering
  • Front armrest

For the price and segment of the Harrier, the base variant is missing several must-have features like:

  • Touchscreen music system
  • Fog lamps
  • Steering-mounted controls
  • Power mirrors (must-have for a wide car
  • Adjustable steering
  • Height adjustable driver seat
  • Auto AC
  • Remote central locking

With so many features missing in the base XE variant of a car, we can’t recommend anyone to buy this variant. It’s even more disappointing to see that a car costing Rs. 14.53 lakh (ex-showroom) is missing these features.

2022 TATA HARRIER XE | BASE MODEL FEATURES

Rs. 14.53 Lakh (2.0L Diesel MT)

Ex-Showroom | Apr 2022

Safety

Style & Functional

Cornering stability control

Halogen projector headlamps

Tilt and telescopic steering

Rollover control

Std. Safety Features

3 USB ports

Hill-start assist

ESC

All power windows

Rear parking sensors

Traction control

Dual function DRLs

Security alarm

Manual central locking

16-inch steel wheels

   

Front armrest

Tata Harrier Diesel XE vs XM Variant - Price, Feature Comparison

The XM variant costs Rs. 15.93 lakh and it’s Rs. 1.40 lakh more expensive than the base model. With the automatic, the XM costs Rs. 17.23 lakh (ex-showroom). For the additional cost, it adds the following notable features:

  • 7-inch touchscreen
  • Steering-mounted controls
  • Height-adjustable driver seat
  • Remote central locking
  • Drive modes
  • Follow me headlamps
  • Rear washer wiper

TATA HARRIER | PRICES

 

XE

Difference

XM

Manual

Rs. 14,52,900

Rs. 1,40,000

Rs. 15,92,900

Difference

-

 

Rs. 1,30,000

Automatic

-

-

Rs. 17,22,900

While it offers some must-have and some good-to-have features, it still doesn't offer following features we expect from a Rs. 16.0 lakh SUV:

  • Android Auto
  • Apple Carplay
  • Cruise control
  • Alloy wheels
  • Rear armrest
  • Auto AC
  • Keyless entry with push-button start/stop
  • Rear camera
  • Small sunroof
  • Cruise control

Considering the Rs. 1.40 lakh price gap, the list of additional features is too short while also missing several features. So, we can’t recommend the XM variant either for Harrier manual as well as automatic buyers. This is also the most affordable Harrier variant with an automatic transmission. The XMA is Rs. 1.30 lakh more expensive than the XM diesel-manual powertrain. This price gap between the manual and automatic variants is fairly consistent across all variants of the Harrier and it’s a bit higher than the usual Rs. 1.0 lakh we have come to expect for TC, CVT and DCT automatics.

2022 TATA HARRIER XM | FEATURES OVER XE

Rs. 15.93 Lakh (2.0L Diesel MT) | Rs. 17.23 Lakh (2.0L Diesel TC AT)

Ex-Showroom | Apr 2022

Safety

Entertainment

Functional

Rear washer wiper

7-inch touchscreen

Drive Modes

Parking sensor display on infotainment

Steering-mounted controls

Height adjustable driver seat

Front fog lamps

2 tweeters

Remote central locking

 

4 speakers

Follow me headlamps

   

Power mirrors

Tata Harrier Diesel XM vs XT & XT Plus Variant - Price, Feature Comparison

The Tata Harrier XT variant is next in line with an ex-showroom price of Rs. 15.93 lakh This variant is only available with a manual transmission and costs Rs. 1.29 lakh more than the XM manual. It adds the following notable features:

  • Android Auto
  • Apple Carplay
  • 17-inch alloys
  • Soft-touch dashboard
  • Lumbar adjustment for driver seat
  • Rear armrest with cup holders
  • Keyless entry with push-button start
  • Air purifier
  • Power folding mirrors
  • Auto AC
  • Auto wipers
  • Auto headlamps

TATA HARRIER | PRICES

 

XM

Difference

XT

Manual

Rs. 15,92,900

Rs. 1,28,500

Rs. 17,21,400

Difference

Rs. 1,30,000

 

-

Automatic

Rs. 17,22,900

-

-

It’s worth noting that this variant still doesn’t offer wireless Android Auto and Apple Carplay, LED or HID headlamps and tyre pressure monitoring. While the additional features of the Tata Harrier XT over the XE don’t justify the incremental jump, it offers features that warrant an upgrade from the XM for a decent ownership experience. You should compromise a little bit on the value for money front and at least buy the XT variant as the lower variants don’t have several must-have features while the XT has a balanced feature set.

2022 TATA HARRIER XT & XT PLUS | FEATURES OVER XM

Rs. 17.21 Lakh (2.0L Diesel MT - XT) | Rs. 18.01 Lakh (2.0L Diesel MT - XT Plus)

Rs. 19.31 Lakh (2.0L Diesel TC AT - XTA Plus) | Ex-Showroom | Apr 2022

Style, Safety & Entertainment

Functional

Rear camera

Air purifier

Android Auto

Anti-reflective dashboard

Apple Carplay

Driver seat manual lumbar adjustment

17-inch alloys

Auto headlamps

Soft-touch dashboard w/ Nappa grain

Cruise control

Panoramic Sunroof (XT Plus only)

Power folding mirrors

 

Auto AC

 

Auto wipers

 

Rear armrest with cup holders

 

Keyless entry w/ push-button start/stop

If you want a sunroof in your car, then the XT Plus offers even better value for money and is worth buying over any of the lower variants. It only adds Rs. 50,000 to the ex-showroom cost and this jump is highly recommended over the XT variant for the value for money unless you want a car without a sunroof.

The XT Plus is our top recommendation for buyers, who are considering the Harrier and don’t want to stretch the budget any further. For buyers considering the Harrier automatic, the jump from XMA to the XTA Plus variant will cost Rs. 2.09 lakh as the XT variant is not available with an automatic transmission. But this upgrade is also worth the cost for Harrier automatic buyers.

TATA HARRIER | PRICES

 

XM

Difference

XT

Difference

XT Plus

Manual

Rs. 15,92,900

Rs. 1,28,500

Rs. 17,21,400

Rs. 50,000

Rs. 18,01,400

Difference

Rs. 1,30,000

 

-

 

Rs. 1,30,000

Automatic

Rs. 17,22,900

Rs. 2,08,500

Rs. 19,31,400

You can also get the XT Plus Dark, which gets the following notable features:

  • Black exterior colour
  • Black alloy wheels
  • Black interior
  • #Dark badges

For the Rs. 30,000 higher asking price and the unique style, this upgrade is also justified in terms of value for money. But we’ll leave the decision to go for the Dark edition in your hands.

TATA HARRIER | PRICES

 

XT Plus

Difference

XT Plus Dark

Manual

Rs. 18,01,400

Rs. 30,000

Rs. 18,31,400

Difference

Rs. 1,30,000

 

Rs. 1,30,000

Automatic

Rs. 19,31,400

Rs. 30,000

Rs. 19,31,400

Tata Harrier Diesel XT Plus vs XZ & XZ Plus Variant - Price, Feature Comparison

The Harrier XZ variant costs Rs. 59,000 more over the XT Plus. The XZ variant costs Rs. 18.60 lakh with the manual and Rs. 19.90 lakh with the automatic. For the higher asking price, the XZ variant adds the following notable features over the XZ variant:

  • HID headlamps
  • Side and curtain airbags
  • 7-inch full-colour LCD instrument cluster
  • Leather upholstery
  • Split rear seatback
  • Shark-fin antenna
  • JBS sound system with 2 extra tweeters and a subwoofer
  • Wireless Android Auto and Apple Carplay
  • Leather steering and gear knob
  • Brown interior

TATA HARRIER | PRICES

 

XT Plus

Difference

XZ

Manual

Rs. 18,01,400

Rs. 59,000

Rs. 18,60,400

Difference

Rs. 1,30,000

 

Rs. 1,30,000

Automatic

Rs. 19,31,400

Rs. 59,000

Rs. 19,90,400

Most of these features are good to have. But the asking price is reasonable for these features. It’s worth noting that the XZ variant doesn’t get the sunroof, which is available in the XT Plus variant. So, it’s fair to compare the XZ to the XT variant, which also doesn’t get the sunroof but has everything else that the XT Plus has to offer. In that case, the upgrade to the XZ variant is actually worth Rs. 1.09 lakh.

To get the sunroof, you’ll have to get the XZ Plus variant, which costs another Rs. 1.60 lakh. Besides the panoramic sunroof, the XZ Plus variant also adds:

  • Telematics
  • Ventilated front seats
  • Auto-dimming inside mirror
  • Machined alloy wheels
  • Power driver seat

2022 TATA HARRIER XZ & XZ PLUS | FEATURES OVER XT PLUS

Rs. 18.60 Lakh (2.0L Diesel MT - XZ) | Rs. 19.90 Lakh (2.0L Diesel TC AT - XZ)

Rs. 20.20 Lakh (2.0L Diesel MT - XZ Plus) | Rs. 21.50 Lakh (2.0L Diesel TC AT - XZ Plus)

Ex-Showroom | Apr 2022

Safety & Functional

Entertainment

Style

ISOFIX

JBL sound system

Leather steering wheel

Brown interior

Hill descent control

+2 tweeters

Leather gear knob

Shark fin antenna

Auto-dimming inside mirror (XZ Plus only)

Subwoofer

7-inch full-colour LCD instrument cluster

Panoramic sunroof (XZ Plus only)

Ventilated front seats (XZ Plus only)

Wireless Android Auto

HID projector headlamps

Brown leather upholstery

Telematics (XZ Plus only)

Wireless Apple Carplay

Machined alloy wheels (XZ Plus only)

60-40 split rear seatback

Side and curtain airbags

Larger 8.8-inch touchscreen

   

6-way power driver seat (XZ Plus only)

High-resolution display

   

The Rs. 1.60 lakh price seems steep for the upgrade to a variant after factoring in the already high price gaps between the lower variants. Still, for a fulfilling ownership experience, we’ll suggest compromising a little bit on the value front and getting the XZ or the XZ Plus variant. If you are comfortable giving up the sunroof, then the XZ variant seems to offer better value than the XZ Plus.

TATA HARRIER | PRICES

 

XZ

Difference

XZ Plus

Manual

Rs. 18,60,400

Rs. 1,60,000

Rs. 20,20,400

Difference

Rs. 1,30,000

 

Rs. 1,30,000

Automatic

Rs. 19,90,400

Rs. 1,60,000

Rs. 21,50,400

For about Rs. 20,000 to 30,000, you can also get the dual-tone, Kaziranga or Dark versions of the XZ Plus variant. For the unique style elements, these prices seem reasonable over the XZ or XZ Plus variants. If you want a unique design, then you can consider buying one of these versions.

TATA HARRIER DIESEL | PRICES

EX-SHOWROOM | APR 2022

Variant

Diesel MT

Difference

Diesel AT

XZ

Rs. 18,60,400

Rs. 1,30,000

Rs. 19,90,400

XZ Dual-Tone

Rs. 18,80,400

Rs. 1,30,000

Rs. 20,10,400

XZ Plus

Rs. 20,20,400

Rs. 1,30,000

Rs. 21,50,400

XZ Plus Kaziranga

Rs. 20,40,900

Rs. 1,30,000

Rs. 21,70,900

XZ Plus Dual-Tone

Rs. 20,41,000

Rs. 1,30,000

Rs. 21,71,000

XZ Plus Dark

Rs. 20,46,500

Rs. 1,34,500

Rs. 21,81,000

The notable unique features of the Dark and Kaziranga are as follows:

TATA HARRIER UNIQUE FEATURES OVER XZ PLUS

Kaziranga

Dark

Smaller 17-inch black machined alloy wheels

Larger 18-inch black alloy wheels

Beige exterior colour

#Dark badges

Wood finish dashboard

Black exterior colour

Beige leather upholstery

Black interior

Which Variant Of The Tata Harrier Diesel Should You Buy?

The XE base and XM variants miss out on so many must-have features that you’ll end up compromising greatly on the ownership experience. So, you should at least buy the XT or the XT Plus variants as these variants offer better value than the XM and have a balanced feature set. Between the XT and the XT Plus, you can choose the XT variant if you don’t want the sunroof or the XT Plus if you want the sunroof. Because of the very high perceived value of a panoramic sunroof, the XT Plus seems to offer better value than the XT.

From there, the XZ also offers good value for money over the XT variant and is a perfect upgrade for those who want a feature-rich car but don’t want a sunroof. The XZ is our top recommended variant for Harrier diesel-manual buyers. If you want the sunroof, then the XZ Plus carries a fairly big premium for the sunroof and some other features. However, it’s not too high and worth considering for buyers who want the features of the XZ variant and don’t want to miss out on the glass roof experience.

There are also cosmetic upgrade variants like the XT Plus Dark, XZ dual-tone, XZ Plus dual-tone, XZ Plus Dark and XZ Plus Kaziranga. These cosmetic variants carry a reasonable premium over their respective standard variants. So, you can buy either of these if you want these style elements.

TATA HARRIER DIESEL-MANUAL

BUYING RECOMMENDATION

Variant

VFM Rank

Price

Recommendation

XE

Rank 1

Rs. 14,52,900

Not recommended

XM

Rank 6

Rs. 15,92,900

Not recommended

XT

Rank 5

Rs. 17,21,400

Worth buying but consider XT Plus

XT Plus

Rank 2

Rs. 18,01,400

Top recommended budget-friendly variant

XT Plus Dark

-

Rs. 18,31,400

Up to buyers

XZ

Rank 4

Rs. 18,60,400

VFM upgrade for buyers who don’t want sunroof; top recommended

XZ Dual-Tone

-

Rs. 18,80,400

Up to buyers

XZ Plus

Rank 3

Rs. 20,20,400

Expensive upgrade; worth a look for a feature-rich ownership experience

XZ Plus Kaziranga

-

Rs. 20,40,900

Up to buyers

XZ Plus Dual-Tone

-

Rs. 20,41,000

Up to buyers

XZ Plus Dark

-

Rs. 20,46,500

Up to buyers

For the Harrier automatic buyers, the XMA is worth skipping for the XTA Plus. It offers better value and enough features for a significantly better ownership experience. From there, the XZA seems like a good upgrade for buyers who want the Harrier without the panoramic sunroof. It is also our top recommendation for Harrier automatic buyers.

But, if you want the car with the sunroof, then you’ll have to compromise a little bit on the value front compared to the XZA and go with the XZA Plus. Just like the diesel-manual variants of the Harrier, with the automatic too, the Dark, dual-tone and Kaziranga editions are worth the incremental asking price for the unique style elements they offer.

TATA HARRIER DIESEL-AUTOMATIC

BUYING RECOMMENDATION

Variant

VFM Rank

Price

Recommendation

XMA

Rank 3

Rs. 17,22,900

No recommended; upgrade to XTA Plus

XTA Plus

Rank 1

Rs. 19,31,400

Best budget-friendly variant

XTA Plus Dark

-

Rs. 19,61,400

Up to buyers

XZA

Rank 3

Rs. 19,90,400

Top recommended

XZA Dual-Tone

-

Rs. 20,10,400

Up to buyers

XZA Plus

Rank 2

Rs. 21,50,400

Worth upgrading for feel-good features

XZA Plus Kaziranga

-

Rs. 21,70,900

Up to buyers

XZA Plus Dual-Tone

-

Rs. 21,71,000

Up to buyers

XZA Plus Dark

-

Rs. 21,81,000

Up to buyers

What Are The Engine Specifications Of The Tata Harrier Diesel?

The Harrier is a D-segment SUV with 2-row of seating. It competes with the Mahindra XUV700 5-seat and MG Hector. The Hector also has a 2.0L diesel engine, which makes the same power and torque output with a similar mileage figure too, with the manual transmission. So, the Harrier beats it with the option of an automatic transmission.

The Tata Harrier’s other rival is the Mahindra XUV700, which has a 2.2L turbo diesel engine available with 2 performance versions in different variants. In lower variants, the XUV700 diesel makes a slightly lower power output than the Harrier but about the same torque. This 155PS version of the XUV700 diesel only gets a manual transmission.

The more powerful version of the XUV700 diesel makes a higher 185PS of power and a considerably higher 420Nm of torque with the manual transmission. With the automatic, this engine makes an ever higher 450Nm of torque. While we don’t know the efficiency numbers of the XUV700 diesel, for a D-segment diesel SUV, it has on-par performance with its 155PS engine and considerably better performance with the 185PS version.

TATA HARRIER DIESEL vs RIVALS

ENGINE SPEC COMPARISON

 

Harrier

XUV700 5-Seat

Hector

Displacement

2.0L Turbo

2.2L Turbo

2.2L Turbo

2.2L Turbo

2.0L Turbo

Cylinder

4

4

4

4

4

Cubic Capacity

1956cc

2184cc

2184cc

2184cc

1956cc

Power

170PS @ 3750rpm

155S @ 3750rpm

185S @ 3500rpm

185S @ 3500rpm

170PS @ 3750rpm

Peak Torque

350Nm @ 1750 - 2500rpm

360Nm @ 1500 - 2800rpm

420Nm @ 1600 - 2800rpm

450Nm @ 1750 - 2800rpm

350Nm @ 1750 - 2500rpm

Manual

6-speed

6-speed

6-speed

-

6-speed

Manual FE

16.35kmpl

NA

NA

-

16.17kmpl

Automatic

6-speed TC

-

-

6-speed TC

-

Auto FE

14.6kmpl

-

-

NA

-

*Estimated

What Are The Dimensions Of The Tata Harrier?

The Tata Harrier is the shortest in its class but also the widest. All 3 cars have about the same wheelbase. While the Harrier has a segment-best 205mm ground clearance it has the smallest fuel tank in its class, which can carry 10 litres less fuel than the Hector and XUV700 5-seat.

Just like the mileage figures, Mahindra haven’t revealed the ground clearance and boot space numbers either. They could be less than stellar for this segment but until we get official figures, we can’t comment on them. With the information we have right now, it looks like the Harrier has the credentials to offer an imposing road presence.

TATA HARRIER VS COMPETITION

DIMENSION COMPARISON

 

Tata Harrier

MG Hector

Mahindra XUV700 5S

Length

4598mm

4655mm

4695mm

Width

1894mm

1835mm

1890mm

Height

1706mm

1760mm

1755mm

Wheelbase

2741mm

2750mm

2750mm

Boot Space

425L

587L

NA

Ground Clearance

205mm

192mm

NA

Fuel Tank

50L

60L

60L

Tyre Size (Base)

235/70 R16

216/60 R17

235/65 R17

Tyre Size (Top)

235/60 R18

216/60 R17

235/60 R18

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What Are The Colour Options Of The Tata Harrier Diesel?

The 2022 Harrier diesel is available in the following exterior colour options:

  • White (available in all variants)
  • Grey (available in all except XE variant)
  • Red (available in all except XE variant)
  • White with black roof
  • Red with black roof
  • Beige with black roof (available in Kaziranga only)
  • Black (available with Dark edition only)

Note: Here is a quick look at our length-based segmentation of cars to give you an idea of how we classify cars based on their size.

CLASSIFICATION OF CARS

SEGMENT

SUB-SEGMENT

LENGTH

EXAMPLE

A Segment

A

< 3699mm

Alto, Kwid (Exception), Santro, Celerio

       

B Segment

B1

3700 - 3850mm

Ignis, GO, Nios, Swift, Tiago

 

B2

3850 - 3999mm

Baleno, Dzire, Amaze, Nexon, Brezza, XUV300, Thar

       

C Segment

C

4000 - 4499mm

Exception - New City, Slavia,

Creta, Seltos, Compass, T-Roc, Ertiga

       

D Segment

D

4500-4750mm

XUV700, Elantra, Civic, Carens, Harrier, Harrier, Hector, Innova, Kodiaq, CR-V

       

D+ Segment

D+

4750+mm

Gloster, Fortuner, Superb, Camry, Carnival

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Mahesh Yadav

Mahesh is a fan of compact, quirky and underrated vehicles that punch above their weight. Multix, Nano, Strom R3 and Navi are his favorites.

2 Comments

  1. G G Harindra Kumar says:
    February 09 2022 21:18:12

    One of the best articles on the net with regards to the Harrier. If its not a bother for you, I need a piece of advice (as I a little bit confused with all the options :) ) My budget is around 25 Lakhs (family of 5) and I want an automatic variant, which would be best fit for me.

  2. S Shashvat says:
    March 03 2022 20:43:38

    Very Crisp and Articulated Article. I am not sure why this in not getting on top results on Google. The info is very useful and the comparo tables are even better then what TATA officially manages on their catalogues. Gives a perspective to the buyer in a shot. Well done !!

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