Tata Harrier and Tata safari beat Morris garages Hector and hector plus in April 2021, in terms of sales.
- Tata Motors sold 3,226 units of Harrier and Safari combined last month
- MG Motors sold 2,147 units of Hector and Hector plus combined in April 2021
- Tata’s Harrier and Safari comes powered with sole 2.0 Litre diesel engine
It’s been more than a year now and the Tata Motors are enjoying their strong sales volume in the Indian market. Although, last month manufacturer saw a 15 percent decline in its sales on a MOM basis. However, in relative terms Tata’s sales impressive in its Mid-Size SUVs – Safari and Harrier. The brand has sold 1514 units of Safari and 1712 units of Harrier in April 2021, thus combined makes it 3226 units. This is significantly higher than the combined sales of Hector and Hector Plus.
Tata Motors SUV has out-sold MG SUVs by 52 percent, as combined Hector and Hector Plus sales stand at 2147 units. Currently, MG retails Hector with a starting price of Rs 13.17 lakh for the base variant and Rs 18.85 lakh for the Top-End trim. While on another hand Hector plus retails with a base price of Rs 13.62 lakh and Top-spec priced at Rs 19.60 lakh. As for the Tata Harrier, it is priced at Rs 13.99 lakh to Rs 20.45 lakh, and Tata Safari has priced at Rs 14.69 lakh to Rs 21.45 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi).
Tata Safari and Harrier both built on the same OMEGA platform, which is derived from Land Rover V8 platform. The Harrier and recently launched Safari comes powered with a sole FCA sourced 2.0 Litre four-cylinder oil burner, that belts 170 PS of maximum power output and 350 Nm of peak torque. The Powertrain comes powered with a 6-speed Manual transmission and optional 6-Speed torque convertor automatic transmission system.