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Tata Harrier roof gets vinyl wrap done for Rs 7k – Video

Tata Harrier is an attractive SUV. It is the design of this car, which has turned out to be its USP. It is offered in a choice of five mono tone colours, which are basically Orange, White, Silver, Grey, Hazelnut. It is not offered with dual tone colour options.

To make it even more attractive, few owners are now getting new 19 inch alloys, some are getting a black finish to the roof of their SUV. Some owners are getting the roof painted to black, while some are getting vinyl wrapping done. Getting the roof painted is costly, as compared to getting a vinyl wrap.

Tata authorized dealers are getting the paint job done for about Rs 30-40k, while vinyl wrapping is done for anywhere in the region of Rs 5-15k. Earlier we saw the Rs 40k worth mod job of White Harrier getting Black roof. Now, owner of a Orange Harrier in Rajasthan has gotten a vinyl wrapping job for his SUV’s roof for just Rs 7k.

The wrapping is done by Vwraps Sikar, who has also shared the detailed video about the process. The wrap is manufactured by Avery Dennison, colour name is ultra gloss black, it will stay in top condition for 1.5 to 2 years, while it has durability of 3 to 4 years. In addition to this, it’s air bubble free vinyl. No damage of your car’s original colour whenever you remove this vinyl. Watch the detailed video below.

The wrapping done is flawless and neat. The professional performing the wrapping is an expert. Though many would think it is an easy job, it is not. Many readers have asked for address of the shop. Here it is – V_Wraps, Opp Jain Bhawan, Bajaj Road, Sikar, Rajasthan, India 332001.

Black roofing of Tata Harrier has got a good response in the market. Some owners are even requesting Tata to launch a dual tone colour option officially. Tata Design Head has mentioned on Twitter that the black roof mod job does look ‘super cool’ while Tata Motors has assured fans that they are looking into the feasibility of launching Harrier dual tone colours.

Tata Harrier is off to a good start in India. The company has received over 12k bookings since October 2018. Sales commenced in the second half of Jan 2019. Sales in January stood at 422 units, increased to 1,449 units in February. The company plans to ramp up the production, to meet growing demand, and bring down waiting period, which currently stands at 4 months.

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