One of the premium five-seater SUVs by TATA, Harrier, is the first car that is unique and built on a Land Rover platform. The uniqueness of the TATA Harrier lies in the fact that it has a front-wheel-drive and monocoque construction.
TATA Harrier was launched in 2019 in only a diesel-manual form, the range has expanded, and a diesel-auto version was also introduced. The 2.0-litre diesel engine of Harrier’s 2.0-litre power has also been upped to 170hp. There is also a TATA Harrier petrol engine version in the works. The seven-seat version of the Harrier, the Tata Gravitas, was also set to go on sale within 2020. However, the seven-seater was renamed as Safari and launched in the Indian market. The Tata Harrier rivals a full spectrum of SUVs, from the Hyundai Creta and Kia Seltos to the MG Hector, Mahindra XUV500 and Jeep Compass.
The radical design of Tata Harrier may not sit well with the tastes of everyone, but it is an incredibly eye-catching design for an SUV. With a tastefully styled cabin and impressive material quality, it is sure to please the high tastes of its user. With large front seats and excellent back seat comfort, there is no denying the fact that even a long ride in the SUV will be comfortable. It is a true five-seater in every sense, with enough space for three people to sit comfortably in the rear. With a large boot, there is space for everyone in this SUV.
Price: 16.49 lakhs - 24.29 lakhs
Mileage: 14.63kpl - 16.35kpl
Transmission: Manual and Automatic
Fuel Type: Diesel
Seating Capacity: 5- seater