Tata Harrier Specs, Features and Price
The Tata Harrier has 1 Diesel Engine on offer. The Diesel engine is 1956 cc. It is available with the Manual transmission. Depending upon the variant and fuel type the Harrier has a mileage of 17.0 kmpl. The Harrier is a 5 seater SUV and has a length of 4598 mm, the width of 1894 mm and a wheelbase of 2741 mm.
Harrier Latest Update
Latest Update: Tata’s muscular SUV gets a chic set of dual-tone color options on the top-spec XZ variant. Harrier Variants and Price: Harrier is available in 4 variants: XM, XE, XZ, and XT, which are priced from Rs 12.99 lakh to Rs 16.55 lakh (ex-showroom Price In New Delhi).
You can read the variant-wise breakdown here.
Tata Harrier Powertrain: The model Harrier is powered by a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder turbo-diesel engine that churns out 140PS of power and 350Nm of torque. It is the same engine which also powers the Jeep Compass; however, downrated in the Tata. Currently, Tata’s model Harrier with a six-speed manual transmission only. However, an automatic gearbox option with a 6-speed torque converter could be available around mid-2019. The model Harrier also comes with different driving modes (City, Eco, and Sport) and different terrain response modes (Wet, Rough and Normal) in the top-spec XZ variant.
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Tata Harrier Features
Tata has packed the model Harrier with a host of features though most of them are offered on the top-end variant only, especially safety features like 6 airbags, ISOFIX child seat anchors, traction control, rollover mitigation control, and electronic stability control. An 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto takes center stage while a 7-inch multi-info display in the instrument cluster works in tandem with the infotainment system and displays navigation info, music, trip meter, and tachometer.
Apart from these, a cooled storage compartment is also present underneath the front armrest and passengers in the rear get individual spaces to stow away their mobile phones. LED elements and projector headlamps are also on offer. Unlike its rivals, the Harrier doesn’t get a sunroof, although it was a part of the feature list on the original H5X concept on which the Harrier is based.
Tata Harrier Rivals
The Harrier takes on the high-spec variants of the Hyundai Creta, low/mid-spec variants of the Jeep Compass, and the upcoming MG Hector when it is launched in India.
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