The facelift is limited to the CRDe version of the Thar.
The is more prominent and shroud-like.
Clear-lens headlights are a welcome addition.
The footrests are bigger than before.
The soft-top is new and made of a different material with better finish and a noticeable forward slant.
Seats are from the old Scorpio.
It has the same 105bhp 2.5-litre CRDe diesel engine.
The new dashboard is dual-tone and looks nice.
The instrument panel is new with a backlit odometer.
The five-speed manual gearbox is the same as before...
...and so is the 4x4 lever.
Two cupholders add a bit of practicality.
Power socket is a handy feature.
Steering wheel is borrowed from the Bolero.
Glovebox is now lockable.
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