Tata Kaziranga Edition SUVs launched from Rs 8.59 lakh

Special edition SUVs get cosmetic changes and feature additions, and are based on top-spec variants.

Tata Motors has launched new Kaziranga Editions of its entire SUV line-up, which includes the Punch, Nexon, Harrier and Safari models. These new editions gain exterior and interior changes along with new features.

  • Kaziranga Edition SUVs based on the top-spec trims
  • Get an exclusive paint shade and blacked-out wheels
  • All SUVs remain mechanically unchanged
Tata Kaziranga Editions price (ex-showroom, Delhi)
Model Kaziranga Edition Price Regular Price Difference
Creative Rs 8.59 lakh Rs 8.39 lakh Rs 20,000
Creative iRA Rs 8.89 lakh Rs 8.69 lakh Rs 20,000
Creative AT Rs 9.19 lakh Rs 8.99 lakh Rs 20,000
Creative iRA AT Rs 9.49 lakh Rs 9.29 lakh Rs 20,000
XZ+ (P) Petrol Rs 11.79 lakh Rs 11.10 lakh Rs 69,000
XZA+ (P) Petrol Rs 12.44 lakh Rs 11.75 lakh Rs 69,000
XZ+ (P) Diesel Rs 13.09 lakh Rs 12.40 lakh Rs 69,000
XZA+ (P) Diesel Rs 13.74 lakh Rs 13.05 lakh Rs 69,000
XZ+ Rs 20.41 lakh Rs 19.74 lakh Rs 67,000
XZA+ Rs 21.71 lakh Rs 21.04 lakh Rs 67,000
XZ+ 7 Seater Rs 21.00 lakh Rs 20.79 lakh Rs 21,000
XZ+ 6 Seater Rs 21.10 lakh Rs 20.89 lakh Rs 21,000
XZA+ 7 Seater Rs 22.30 lakh Rs 22.09 lakh Rs 21,000
XZA+ 6 Seater Rs 22.40 lakh Rs 22.19 lakh Rs 21,000

Tata Kaziranga Edition SUVs: what are they?

At a recent IPL event, Tata showcased the Punch Kaziranga Edition which will be auctioned off to fans and proceeds of which will go towards conservation efforts at the Kaziranga National Park in Assam. The Tata Kaziranga Edition SUVs have been inspired by the Indian one-horned rhinoceros.

On the exterior, the Kaziranga Edition SUVs come finished in an exclusive Grassland Beige paint shade with contrasting blacked-out treatment for the roof, wheels, wing mirrors and all other chrome trims. The SUVs also get a blacked-out rhino motif on its front fender and special door scuff plates with ‘Kaziranga’ lettering on it. The rhino motif is also present on the rear windscreen of the SUVs.

Inside, the Kaziranga Edition SUVs come with dual-tone schemes with Earthy Beige leatherette upholstery and an all-black dashboard. The Nexon, Harrier and Safari get wood trim in the centre of the dashboard, while the Punch gets an Earthy beige tri-Arrow finish. The door pads and seat upholstery also get the dual-tone black and bronze treatment. The front seat headrests of these four models also feature a silhouette of the one-horned rhinoceros.

Tata Kaziranga Edition SUVs: features

In terms of features, the Punch gains Tata’s iRA connected car tech and an air purifier, while the Nexon gains ventilated front seats, air purifier and auto-dimming IRVM.

Meanwhile, the Harrier and Safari also gain an air purifier, iRA connected car tech, wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay support along with ventilated front seats. The Safari will, additionally, also get ventilated second row seats, just like on the Gold Edition models.

Tata Kaziranga Edition SUVs: engine and gearbox

The Kaziranga Edition is only a cosmetic job and hence all SUVs remain mechanically unchanged. This means the Punch continues with its sole 86hp, 1.2-litre petrol engine; the Nexon with its 120hp, 1.2-litre turbo-petrol and 110hp, 1.5-litre diesel engines; the Harrier and Safari ontinue with the FCA-sourced 170hp, 2.0-litre diesel engine. Gearbox options also remain the same as the rest of the range.

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