Launched in January this year, Tata Harrier has received good response from customers. Harrier has registered brisk sales since its launch and already taken a lead over some rivals. For example, Harrier February sales were at 1,449 units whereas rival Jeep Compass sold 1,304 units.
Harrier is based on Omega architecture, a tweaked version of new Land Rover D8 architecture. It has Tata Impact 2.0 design theme at its core, which ensures stunning exteriors and comfortable in-cabin experience. Harrier offers a wide range of advanced safety features such as 6 airbags, ABS with EBD, ESP, hydraulic brake assist, hill hold assist & hill descent, and traction control.
Designed to be a head turner, Harrier looks hugely attractive with its unique grille design, top mounted LED DRLs, low positioned headlamps, and tapering roofline. Other key features include floating D Pillar, edgy tail lamps and moulded tailgate. Harrier has prominent wheel arches and sports 5-spoke alloy wheels. To add value to the standard package, Harrier offers a wide range of accessories. These are genuine Tata accessories, available at company dealerships across India.
Tata Harrier accessories are available across six categories – Style, Comfort, Infotainment, Utility, Car Care and Miscellaneous. Things like microfiber sponge and perfume sprays cost just Rs 220 whereas advanced options such as rear seat entertainment system costs Rs 34,990. These accessories can be used to improve Harrier’s exterior and interior looks and add more comfort and convenience. Watch the authorized dealer installing official accessories in the video below.
Interiors are designed to be luxurious and elegant, featuring wooden panelled dashboard. Top spec model comes with free standing 8.8” touchscreen infotainment system with integrated navigation and Apple CarPlay. There’s a semi digital instrument cluster as well featuring 7” TFT screen on the left and an analogue speedometer on the right. Seats and door panels are wrapped in premium leather, while comfort features include rear AC vents, automatic climate control with HVAC and adjustable driver seat.
Harrier gets its power from a 2.0-litre diesel engine that has been named Kryotec. The engine delivers 140 PS / 350 Nm and is mated to a 6-speed transmission. Harrier offers three drive modes – Eco, City and Sport and terrain response mode of Normal, Wet and Rough, which can be used to improve drivability in varying terrain and weather conditions.
Harrier is available in 4 trims – XE, XM, XT and XZ and has been priced aggressively to take on rivals such as Hyundai Creta, Mahindra XUV500, Jeep Compass. Base variant costs Rs.12.69 lakh, whereas top-spec model is priced at Rs.16.25 lakh.