- The Harrier will be the most expensive offering from Tata Motors.
- It will be priced between INR 16-21 lakhs
- Will compete with the likes of the Hyundai Tucson and Jeep Compass
Tata Motors will be officially launching the Harrier SUV on 23rd January 2019. The Harrier is the first luxury SUV from the Indian automaker. The SUV will be launched with only one engine option mated to a 6-speed manual transmission. It will be priced between INR 16 -21 lakhs.
The Harrier is based on the H5X Concept which was first showcased at the 2018 Auto Expo. The actual production version is very close to the concept and retains most of the design elements. The SUV is based on Tata`s 2.0 IMPACT design philosophy and is based on the Land Rover Discovery Sport Platform. It is quite a stylish car to look at and is also bigger than its rivals the Jeep Compass and the Hyundai Creta. The front-end features sleek led DRLs which are placed above the headlights. Moving on to the side it gets flared wheel arches, floating roofline, and the rear is inspired from the Discovery Sport with sleek taillights integrated to a black lining on the tailgate which features the Tata Logo.
Inside the cabin, the Harrier gets a dual tone cabin with brown and black interiors. The interior design is inspired from Jaguar Land Rover models. It gets an oakwood finished dashboard with an 8.8-inch floating touchscreen infotainment system. Key features include 6-airbags, eight-way adjustable driver seat, four-way adjustable co-driver seat, dual zone climate control, cooled storage box, electric ORVMs, multiple storage spaces, umbrella holder and much more.
The Harrier will be powered by a 2.0-liter Kryotec diesel motor which pumps out 140 bhp of power and 350 Nm of torque paired to a six-speed manual gearbox. The Harrier will not be offered with an All-Wheel-Drive system, but it gets an ESP system which offers different driving modes – wet, rough and normal.
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