Tata Harrier is being positioned as the new benchmark of SUVs. Now launched in India, deliveries too have started. Tata dispatced about 420 units of Harrier last month. This month, the number is expected to go much higher.
Harrier is on offer with five colours – Calisto Copper, Thermisto Gold, Ariel Silver, Telesto Grey, and Orcus White. Of these five, many have only seen the Harrier in the Calisto Copper aka orange colour. Some have even requested Tata to reveal actual pictures of the Harrier in all five colours, and not just computer generated graphics. Finally, the Harrier can now be seen in all five colours, and that too side by side.
The photographs of Harrier above were clicked inside company plant premises in Pimpri, near Pune. These new photos will give buyers a better idea of the colour options on offer with Harrier, as this is the first time the Harrier colour options are being shown in natural light.
In the front, Tata Harrier features daytime running lights on top and headlamp module on the bumper. It also gets a gloss black grille, straight bonnet, a prominent skid plate and impressive approach angle. It sits on 15” diamond cut alloy wheels. In terms of safety, the Harrier gets dual front airbags, ABS, EBD, rear parking sensors, ISOFIX child seat mounts and 6 air bags, all of which will be on offer on the top of the like XZ variant. It will also get corner stability control, hill hold assist, hill descent control, traction control and roll over mitigation.
Safety features include 6 airbags, ABS, EBD, ESP, traction control, hill hold assist and hill descent control along with hydraulic brake assist, and more. It has a length of 4,598mm, width of 1,894mm, and height of 1,706mm. The wheelbase measures in at 2,741mm, and ground clearance at 205mm.
Interiors come alive in signature oak brown color scheme, a soft touch dashboard, leather encased steering wheel, and seat and door pad inserts. There is a 8.8″ touchscreen infotainment system and JBL music system. Fully automatic temperature controls with HVAC, rear air conditioning vents, push button start and an adjustable driver seat take care of mortal comforts. With its preparedness, Tata Harrier takes on Hyundai Creta, Mahindra XUV500, Jeep Compass, and others in its segment. Below are detailed photos of Harrier colour options in natural light.