Tata Motors launches #JET Edition for Nexon, Harrier, and Safari models

Tata Motors has launched the all-new #JET Edition for its Nexon, Harrier, and Safari models. The newly introduced #JET Edition lineup is the company’s third and most-premium lineup offering for all the SUVs–in addition to the Dark and Kaziranga editions. The #JET Edition models are based on the SUV’s two top-end models: the XZ+ and the XZA+. And the SUVs are offered in new ‘Starlight’ theme-based colour options, along with some upgraded features. The new models are priced higher by INR 30,000-50,000 (depending on the variant) than the outgoing models.

#JET Edition

The new #JET Edition models, inspired by ‘business jets’, come in a unique dual-tone exterior colour scheme–the Starlight–that combines an earthy bronze body paint finish and a platinum silver roof. The alloy wheels get a jet black finish, and the skid plates are painted silver. Inside, the SUVs come with a dual-tone (Oyster White and Granite Black) interior. The seats are Benecke-Kaliko leatherette-upholstered and the front seats’ headrests get #JET embroidery. Furthermore, the new model’s dashboard gets a techno-steel bronze finish.

Tata Safari and Harrier #JET Edition

The Safari and Harrier #JET edition models come with new advanced Electronic Stability Program (ESP) functions such as driver doze-off alert, panic brake alert, and after-impact braking. Furthermore, the new models come with notable new features such as head restraints on the second-row bench and captain seats (only in the Safari), electronic parking brake with four disc brakes (new to the Harrier), air purifier, wireless charger, and C-type USB charger in all rows.

Tata Nexon #JET Edition

Apart from the new colour and design elements, the Nexon #JET Edition models come with a wireless charger and air purifier with AQI display.

Tata #JET Edition models price 

The new #JET Edition models are based on the SUV’s two top-end models: the XZ+ and the XZA+. And they are priced INR 30,000-50,000 (depending on the variant) higher than the outgoing models.

Tata #JET Edition modelsPrice in India
Safari XZ+ (Diesel 6-seater)INR 21.45 lakh
Safari XZA+ (Diesel 6-seater)INR 22.75 lakh
Safari XZ+ (Diesel 7-seater)INR 21.35 lakh
Safari XZA+ (Diesel 7-seater)INR 22.65 lakh
Harrier XZ+ (Diesel)INR 20.90 lakh
Harrier XZA+ (Diesel)INR 22.20 lakh
Nexon XZ+ (P) (Diesel)INR 13.43 lakh
Nexon XZA+ (P) (Diesel)INR 14.08 lakh
Nexon XZ+ (P) (Petrol)INR 12.13 lakh
Nexon XZA+ (P) (Petrol)INR 12.78 lakh

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