8 Upcoming New Choices for New Harrier Buyers: A Comprehensive Guide.

The new Tata Harrier’s up-and-coming competitors in the mid-size SUV market will provide intense rivalry.

Mahindra XUV 500:

New Mahindra XUV500 side view

Mahindra intends to introduce the new XUV500 to the midsize SUV market. This will probably share some design cues with the impending XUV 300 facelift. Unlike its older-generation counterpart, the new XUV500 will have a modern appearance. This will receive a lot of technological improvements and a more aggressive style. Expect cozy, opulent interiors and a new dashboard layout with numerous touchscreens, similar to the XUV700. Mahindra is probably going to release a 2.2-liter diesel engine and a turbo-petrol engine with both manual and automatic gearbox choices. The forthcoming XUV500 is expected to make its debut later this year or in the first half of 2025.

Updates for Skoda Kushaq and VW Taigun:

Taigun service cost

Updated Kushaq and Taigun SUVs from Skoda and Volkswagen are probably going to hit the market soon. These modified SUVs will gain several new extra amenities along with a few modest visual upgrades. A 360-degree camera and many more features are probably going to be included, along with ADAS technology. The 1.0-liter and 1.5-liter TSI petrol engines are the same under the hood for both vehicles. With expected prices between Rs. 1 and Rs. 2 lakh higher than the currently available variants, these will go on sale in the latter half of this year. competing against the Toyota Hyryder, Maruti Grand Vitara, Hyundai Creta, Honda Elevate, and Kia Seltos.

Bolero Neo Plus:

Bolero Mahindra

Mahindra is set to introduce a new Bolero version soon. This year, the Bolero Neo Plus is scheduled for release. The Bolero Neo Plus, which will be available in 7 and 9-seater versions, will share many design cues with the Bolero Neo with some minor tweaks. Like the other Bolero versions, it most likely has a 2.2-liter diesel engine that produces 120 horsepower. This is set to be the most affordable 9-seater in the market, priced between 9 and 15 lakhs (ex-showroom), and it will only be available in a 4×2 version. In the latter part of this year, a debut is expected.

Tata Curvv:

This year, Tata plans to launch a completely new SUV on the market. The automaker’s first vehicle based on a coupe-like style and design language, akin to the new Tata Cars era, will be the Curvv SUV. Tata Motors will sell this model exclusively as an electric vehicle at first, with an internal combustion engine variant to follow. The Acti.ev architecture from Tata will serve as the foundation for the New Curvv Ev, which will offer an amazing 400–600 km* range on a single charge. It is anticipated that the Curve ICE version is going to get a 1.2-liter turbo-petrol engine along with a 1.5-liter diesel unit paired with manual and automatic transmission options. It is also likely to get a 7-speed DCT. The ICE version is anticipated to cost between 12 and 18 lakhs (ex-showroom), while the Curvv Ev would cost between 20 and 25 lakhs.

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Hyundai Alcazar:

Hyundai is set to unveil the larger Creta shortly. This year, the new Hyundai Alcazar is about to make its premiere. A redesigned front and back fascia featuring a set of LED projectors is anticipated for the redesigned Alcazar. Connecting LED taillamps is also probably on the way. It is anticipated to include opulent interiors and a redesigned dashboard layout with a touchscreen infotainment system. Under the hood, there will probably be a 1.5-liter turbocharged petrol engine and a 1.5-liter turbocharged diesel engine connected to a 6-speed manual, 6-speed AMT, or 7-speed DCT.  The upcoming Hyundai Alcazar is expected to be priced between 18 and 23 lakhs (ex-showroom), giving its competitors a serious run for their money.

Hyundai Creta N-line:

Hyundai’s Creta N Line is expected to launch later this year. Like other Hyundai N-Line vehicles, the Creta is anticipated to receive sporty matte paint choices and an inside sportier makeover. It will probably feature new 18-inch alloy wheels and other sport exterior features, such as black body cladding with red accents and a black roof for a more aggressive two-tone appearance.  Expected is a 1.5-liter turbocharged petrol engine coupled to either a 7-speed DCT or a manual gearbox. The new Creta N-line is projected to go on sale for between 15 and 18 lakhs (ex-showroom).

Maruti’s 7-seater Grand Vitara:

Later this year, Maruti is expected to unveil a seven-seater hybrid SUV based on the Grand Vitara. The next seven-seater SUV from Maruti, code-named Y17, will have an aggressive and striking front and back design. A new set of projectors up front and freshly designed connected taillamps at the back are what to anticipate. Expect a sumptuous interior with an abundance of connected car technologies, a panoramic sunroof, and ADAS tech. For its mild hybrid versions, it is probably going to have a 1.5-liter petrol engine, and for its strong hybrid versions, a 2.0-liter petrol engine acquired from Toyota. Owing to Maruti’s TECT Global architecture, the forthcoming SUV from the company will be priced between 13 and 25 lakhs (ex-showroom).

Toyota’s new 7-seater SUV:

Toyota’s upcoming model is a Mid-size SUV (340D) with three rows of roomy seating and a potent hybrid drivetrain Similar to the Hycross, the upcoming Corolla cross-based SUV is going to be constructed on Toyota’s Global Architecture (TNGA-C) platform. The SUV will somewhat share components and appearance with its brother, the Innova Hycross, but it will likely have new front and back fascia’s that draw design cues from the Corolla Cross sold in international markets. Premium interiors are probably in store, along with a revised dashboard design and touchscreen infotainment system—unlike the Hycross.

It is expected that the new Corolla Cross-based SUV will have a somewhat larger wheelbase than the Hycross in order to provide a spacious three-row seating arrangement in its class. A number of new linked features, including Toyota’s Safety Sense ADAS Technology, are also anticipated.  Expect the new Corolla Cross-based SUV to be priced higher than its brother models, as it is Toyota’s premium offering in the three-row SUV segment. Although the automaker has not officially disclosed it, it is anticipated to come in both a standard petrol and a powerful hybrid version.

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