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The Tata Harrier is one of the 11 different models from the house of Tata. Prices for this SUV start from Rs 14.4 Lakh and buyers can pick from as many as 24 different versions. The transmission options on the Tata Harrier include both Manual and Automatic gearbox. The Harrier offers a max power of 170PS. Some of the main rivals include Mahindra Thar and MG Hector.
Tata Harrier have 24 variants ranging from Rs. 14.40 Lakh to Rs. 21.09 Lakh. Under the hood, Harrier is powered by a 4 cylinder, 1956 cc, 1956 cc, 4 Cylinders Inline, 4 Valves/Cylinder, DOHC. It is able to produce 350Nm @ 1750-2500rpm torque and 170 Ps @3750rpm power with a fuel efficiency/mileage of 16.35 kmpl. Tata Harrier can store up to 50 Litres fuel in one go at max.
This SUV car comes loaded with ABS (Anti-lock Braking System), ASR / Traction Control, Central Locking, EBD (Electronic Brake-force Distribution), ESP (Electronic Stability Program), Hill Assist, 2 Number of Airbags from safety point of view. From Comfort perspective, Harrier have Adjustable Headrests, 12v Power Outlet.
Performance of Harrier is backed by a 6 Speed Manual transmission and FWD (Front Wheel Drive) configuration.
Harrier is a 5 seater car with Rake& Reach Adjustable steering, Analogue + Digital Instrument Console, Power Steering, Power Windows.
Tata Harrier is a 5 door car which has front Disc brakes, Independent&Lower Wishbone& Mc Pherson Strut With Coil Spring And Antiroll Bar suspensions and rear Drum brakes, Semi Independent Twist Blade With Panhard Rod and Coil Spring suspensions with R16 Wheels.
Harrier has 425 Litres Boot Space, 50 Litres Fuel Tank Capacity, 205 mm Ground Clearance, 1706 mm Height, - Kerb Weight, 4598 mm Length, 2741 mm Wheelbase, 1894 mm Width.
Harrier is available in India starting from Rs. 14.40 Lakh with it's least expensive variant being 2.0 Diesel XE MT. Most expensive variant of Harrier is 2.0 Diesel XZA+ Dark Edition AT priced at Rs. 21.09 Lakh.
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Price of Tata Harrier in India ranges between Rs. 14.40 Lakh and Rs. 21.09 Lakh. Least expensive variant is 2.0 Diesel XE MT and most expensive variant is 2.0 Diesel XZA+ Dark Edition AT. Tata Harrier is also available on EMI starting at Rs. 29.54 K with 8.5% interest rate.
|2.0 Diesel XE MT||Diesel,Upto 16.35,Manual||₹ 14.40 Lakh|
|2.0 Diesel XM MT||Diesel,Upto 16.35,Manual||₹ 15.79 Lakh|
|2.0 Diesel XT MT||Diesel,Upto 16.35,Manual||₹ 17.04 Lakh|
|2.0 Diesel XMA AT||Diesel,Upto 14.63,Automatic||₹ 17.06 Lakh|
|2.0 Diesel XT MT CAMO||Diesel,Upto 17,Manual||₹ 17.24 Lakh|
|2.0 Diesel XT+ MT||Diesel,Upto 17,Manual||₹ 17.84 Lakh|
|2.0 Diesel XT+ Dark Edition MT||Diesel,Upto 17,Manual||₹ 18.04 Lakh|
|2.0 Diesel XT+ MT CAMO||Diesel,Upto 17,Manual||₹ 18.04 Lakh|
|2.0 Diesel XZ MT||Diesel,Upto 17,Manual||₹ 18.34 Lakh|
|2.0 Diesel XZ MT CAMO||Diesel,Upto 16.35,Manual||₹ 18.34 Lakh|
|2.0 Diesel XZ DT MT||Diesel,Upto 16.35,Manual||₹ 18.54 Lakh|
|2.0 Diesel XTA+ AT||Diesel,Upto 17,Automatic||₹ 19.14 Lakh|
|2.0 Diesel XTA+ Dark AT||Diesel,Upto 17,Automatic||₹ 19.34 Lakh|
|2.0 Diesel XZ+ MT||Diesel,Upto 16.35,Manual||₹ 19.59 Lakh|
|2.0 Diesel XZ+ MT CAMO||Diesel,Upto 17,Manual||₹ 19.59 Lakh|
|2.0 Diesel XZA AT||Diesel,Upto 17,Automatic||₹ 19.61 Lakh|
|2.0 Diesel XZA AT CAMO||Diesel,Upto 14.63,Automatic||₹ 19.61 Lakh|
|2.0 Diesel XZ+ DT MT||Diesel,Upto 16.35,Manual||₹ 19.79 Lakh|
|2.0 Diesel XZA DT AT||Diesel,Upto 14.63,Automatic||₹ 19.81 Lakh|
|2.0 Diesel XZ+ Dark Edition MT||Diesel,Upto 16.35,Manual||₹ 19.89 Lakh|
|2.0 Diesel XZA+ AT||Diesel,Upto 14.63,Automatic||₹ 20.81 Lakh|
|2.0 Diesel XZA+ AT CAMO||Diesel,Upto 17,Automatic||₹ 21.01 Lakh|
|2.0 Diesel XZA+ DT AT||Diesel,Upto 14.63,Automatic||₹ 21.01 Lakh|
|2.0 Diesel XZA+ Dark Edition AT||Diesel,Upto 14.63,Automatic||₹ 21.09 Lakh|
If there’s one SUV that looks really macho and costs less than Rs 22 lakh, it’s the Harrier. The SUV packs in a new-age dual-age split headlight pattern that features LED Daytime Running Lights on the top and the bi-xenon projector headlights at the bottom. There is limited chrome detailing found on the overall design of the Harrier. One can find ample use of chrome on the fog light housing, door handles, window lines and on the rear diffuser of the SUV.
The side profile carries a coupe-like roofline and 18-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels for the top-spec variants. The lower variants get 17-inch alloy wheels but they are differently styled than what you get on the higher trims. The base variant comes with 16-inch steel rims. Like the front design of the Harrier, the rear carries a pretty European look. It continues with a beefy stance but that is toned down by slim LED taillights and a chrome strip that connects them together. Tata also has Dark as well as Camo editions for the Harrier that simply make the SUV look even better.
contents/Tata_Harrier measures 4598 mm in length, 1894 mm in width, 1706 mm in height and carries a wheelbase of 2741 mm. This has translated to a spacious interior but more on that later, while the high ground clearance of 205 mm is well-suited for Indian road conditions
The modern design of the Tata Harrier together with the big dimensions helps this SUV with a lot of street presence.
Like the exterior, the interior of the contents/Tata_Harrier gets a modern layout and if you are someone switching from a compact SUV or a smaller car, then the cabin will be a huge upgrade in terms of size as well as premiumness. Be it the driver or the rear seat passenger, it has enough to keep you happy even on the longer drives. Step-inside the contents/Tata_Harrier and the one thing that you will immediately notice is the huge panoramic sunroof. This is something that was not available previously but is available on the minor facelift.
The cabin continues with the dual-tone black and brown colour scheme that looks far better than the beige and black found in the competition. An all-black theme would have also made sense but the dual-tone colours presently available lok quite good. The dashboard is well laid out and you now get a larger 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment unit that supports modern connectivity features like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The steering wheel, dashboard, door handles, door pads, AC vents and touchscreen now get a silver trim to contrast it with the dual-tone black and beige colour.
The leatherette treatment continues like before and yes, the overall cabin quality remains pretty good. At the rear, the space is good for 3 adults and the long 2741 mm wheelbase ensures that you have enough legroom to stretch your legs. Furthermore, you get a JBL sound system that ensures that the aural experience is top-notch. The overall material quality is pretty good and the boot space, at 425-litre, is pretty good and is more than sufficient to easily accommodate a couple of large pieces of luggage along with smaller ones.
The overall cabin quality feels nice and it offers a premium experience with a large panoramic sunroof and enough seating space for 5 passengers. Overall, the cabin of the Harrier will leave you impressed.
contents/Tata_Harrier is powered by an FCA-sourced 2.0-litre, turbocharged diesel engine. This four-pot oil burner churns out 170 PS of maximum power with 350 Nm of peak torque. In bumper to bumper traffic, the SUV can easily potter around in the second cog due to well-contained turbo-lag and abundance of torque. However, the manual transmission is not recommended for people driving purely in the city as the long travel of the clutch will make things uncomfortable.
The automatic transmission variant offers stress-free driving that makes it a better choice for both city as well as highway users. The fuel economy for the MT sticks to 16.35 kmpl while for the AT, it is 14.63 kmpl. With three driving modes- City, Sports and Eco- the driver can adjust the car’s performance depending on his usage. The Sport mode surely makes things fun with a sharper throttle response while the Eco mode can be used to obtain the highest possible fuel economy. The City mode provides a mix of both strong performance and high fuel efficiency.
The NVH (Noise, Vibration, Harshness) levels are well contained in the Harrier but the motor gets a bit more vocal once it revs past the 2,800 RPM mark. The automatic transmission is quick to respond when you want to overtake some fast moving traffic. There are no paddle shifters on offer but you can use the Manual mode on the gear lever to override the electronics.
Performance-wise, the Tata Harrier packs in the punch any SUV buyer would want to enjoy. While the manual version has well-defined gear ratios, we recommend the automatic for the stress-free drive it offers.
Among the highlights of the contents/Tata_Harrier is its great ride and handling characteristics. A major part in the well-sorted dynamics is played by the JLR L550-derived OMEGA architecture. The SUV offers a pliant ride even over the slightly broken surfaces and the body roll remains quite well-contained even when going through twisties at high speeds. In fact, the car is capable of hiding all the bulk when being thrown hard into the corners. This, in spite of its 1,675 kg kerb weight and a long wheelbase measuring 2,741 mm. And out on a fast expressway, the car really comes into its elements. Even at high three-digit speeds, the suspension keeps the Harrier stable and the steering continues to inspire confidence.
The only complaint we have with the contents/Tata_Harrier is not with the ride and handling setup but with the fact that the brakes have been carried over from the previous version. Like before, there are no disc brakes at rear and given the weight of the vehicle, it’s not particularly easy for the current setup to shed momentum. Also, the bite from the anchors could have been sharper.
Thanks to the JLR-derived OMEGA ARC, the Tata Harrier is easily the best handling SUV in its class while its even its ride quality is top-notch.
Tata has always been happy to highlight the Global NCAP ratings of its cars but surprisingly, the Harrier is yet to be put to test. However, given Tata’s track record, it would be safe to expect a pretty high rating when the SUV finally gets rated by the G-NCAP.
Also, the plethora of safety features should keep you safe in an unfortunate situation. The Harrier comes with six airbags, an anti-lock braking system with electronic brake-force distribution, an electronic stability program, disc brake wiping, hill hold control, rollover mitigation, hill descent control and traction control.
Tata Harrie is equipped with all the safety features one asks for in a modern SUV, but these are limited to the higher variants only. The lower variants of the SUV get only dual airbags and even miss out on the ISOFIX child seat mounts.
|On Road Price of Tata Harrier||₹ 14.40 Lakh|
|Service Cost**||₹ 27.73 K|
|Total Ownership Cost||₹ 14.68 Lakh|
** First 5 Years Service cost
This car has got the best looks considering the head lamps & the design on the sides and the rear design which is quite similar to that of a land rover .
6-speed AT is smooth& and adds convenience.
It's incredible; I've driven it and it feels incredibly powerful and comfortable.
Simply said& the Harrier is a better package than it was previously.
Harrier's built quality is great and its design is also awesome
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The XMA variant of the Tata Harrier is available in 4 colours - Daytona Grey, Orcus White, Calypso Red and Atlas Black
Hi, Tata Motors currently has no immediate plans to launch Harrier petrol variant.
Tata Harrier starts from on-road price of Rs 17.09 Lakh in (New Delhi) for the 2.0 Diesel XE MT. The on-road price is a combination of ex-showroom price, Insurance, RTO Charges, Road Charges and other miscellaneous items like( TCS, Toll Card). You can check the prices for the following.
The mileage of Tata Harrier is 17 kmpl as per the ARAI. However, the city mileage of Tata Harrier might vary depending upon your driving style, road conditions, traffic conditions and weather.
Yes, Tata Harrier has 10 variants with automatic transmision.The Tata Harrier has 10 diesel variants with automatic transmission.
The exchange value of Tata Harrier is dependant upon various factors, like number of KM driven, Years, car condition, insurance claims.
|New Delhi||₹ 17.09 Lakh onwards|
|Pune||₹ 17.31 Lakh onwards|
|Hyderabad||₹ 17.31 Lakh onwards|
|Patna||₹ 16.73 Lakh onwards|
|Indore||₹ 17.02 Lakh onwards|
|Ahmedabad||₹ 16.15 Lakh onwards|
|Jaipur||₹ 17.02 Lakh onwards|
|Chennai||₹ 17.45 Lakh onwards|
|Bangalore||₹ 17.74 Lakh onwards|
|Lucknow||₹ 16.73 Lakh onwards|