Tata Harrier

₹1 517 000
From 15.17 Lakh Onwards in Delhi
Body SUV
Mileage 10-14 kmpl
Fuel type Diesel
Engine 1956 cc, Kryotec 2.0 L Turbocharged Engine
Transmission Manual
Fueling System Fuel Injection
Drive FWD
Exterior Color Ariel Silver, Calisto Copper, Orcus White, Telesto Grey, Thermisto Gold
Interior Color Black and Oak Brown



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Tata Harrier

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Based on Land Rover’s D8 engineering, Tata Harrier is the first Tata vehicle to get Impact Design 2.0 language. Tata Harrier gets an extremely luxurious and rich design with many key components acquired from Land Rover cars. Impact Design 2.0 language on the Harrier has enough potential to turn the heads around by its muscular bodywork and sharp lines. HID projector headlamps, Dual capacity LED DRLs with turn indicators and that new elegant jet black grill at the front provides the SUV with a dominant on road presence. The rear end of the car is also very well finished including a floating roof with bold chrome finisher. 3D LED tail lamps with sporty piano black finisher at the tailgate maintains the sporty nature of the SUV.

Well, that is the thing that we call premium. While stepping inside the Tata Harrier you won’t feel that you’re entering a Tata vehicle due to its incredibly plush and sumptuous cabin. The build quality within is very premium finished with a soft faux-leather dash top with a wooden finished dash slab supporting the dash and oak brown soft leatherette upholstery. Aside from that, you’ll likewise get to see a Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel and gear shift knob along with an 8.8-inch touchscreen, with central AC vents implanted inside it.

When we stroll around discussing about space in the Harrier, both front and back rows have an exceptionally extensive feel once stepped inside. The cabin is sufficiently spacious that you can without much of a stretch move regardless of in which corner of the vehicle you’re sitting in. Your tremendous driving experience adds on more when the 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system and the 7.0-inch screen in the instrument cluster comes in play. The 9-speaker JBL sound system with a subwoofer works great with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

Under the hood is a Kryotec 2.0L Turbocharged Diesel Engine which is a Fiat-sourced 1956 cc, 2.0L, 4-cylinder turbocharged diesel motor, exactly what runs the Jeep Compass. Although it creates less power than Jeep Compass which is 140 PS at 3750 rpm and 350 Nm of torque at 1750-2500 rpm. All that power goes down to the front wheels through a 6-Speed manual gearbox.

Tata Harrier offers you three driving modes as indicated by driving conditions, Eco, City, and Sport. Every one of these modes works diversely as indicated by present street conditions. Hydraulic power assisted rack, and pinion steering has been tuned to provide excellent stability and control while driving.

The suspension setup is something which is extremely appreciatable. The front suspension comprises independent, lower wishbone, McPherson Strut with coil spring and anti-roll bar and Rear suspension comprises semi-independent twist blade with Panhard Rod and coil spring which is somewhat of an equivalent which you find in the Land Rover Discovery Sport.


♣ Steering Mounted Controls

♣ Video Playback

♣ 8.8 Inch HD Touchscreen Infotainment System

♣ Bluetooth Connectivity

♣ Connectnext App Suite

♣ Voice Recognition

♣Voice Alerts

♣ SMS Readout

♣ Rear AC Vents

♣ Push Button Start

♣ Theatre Dimming

♣ Tilt & Telescopic Adjustable Steering Wheel

♣ Cooled Storage Box


♣ 6 Airbags

♣ Anti-Lock Brakes

♣ Electronic Brake Force Distribution

♣ Corner Stability Control

♣ OFF road ABS

♣ Electronic Traction Control

♣ Roll Over Mitigation

♣ Brake Disc Wiping

♣ Electronic Brake Pre-fill

♣ Hydraulic Brake Assist

♣ Hydraulic Fading Compensation

♣ Dynamic Wheel Torque by Brake

♣ Hill Hold Control

♣ Hill Descent Control


♣ 235/ 65 R17 Alloy Wheels

♣ Shark Fin Antenna

♣ 3D LED Tail Lamps with Sporty Piano Black Finisher

♣ Outer Mirrors with Logo Projection

♣ Xenon HID Projector Headlamps

♣ Dual Function LED DRLs with Turn Indicators

♣ Rain-Sensing Wipers

♣ Omega Arc Design


♣ Intelligently Designed Storage Spaces

♣ Power Outlets

♣ Power Windows

♣ Fast Charging At Front And Rear

♣ 8-Way Adjustable Driver Seat

♣ 4-Way Adjustable Co-Driver Seat

♣ 8-Way Adjustable Driver Seat

♣ 4-Way Adjustable Co-Driver Seat

♣ FATC Control

Brakes and Tyres

Front Brakes: Disc (EBD), (ABS),

Rear Brakes: Drum (EBD), (ABS),

Front Tyre: 235/65 R17 (Tubeless Alloys)

Rear Tyre: 235/65 R17 (Tubeless Alloys)

Spare Wheel: 235/70 R16 (Steel)

Front Suspension: Independent, Lower Wishbone, McPherson Strut with Coil Spring & Anti Roll Bar

Rear Suspension: Semi-independent Twist blade with Panhard Rod & Coil Spring

Electronic Stability Program (ESP)

Corner Stability Control (CSC)

Traction Control

Brake Assist

Engine Specifications

Engine: Kryotec 2.0 L Turbocharged Diesel Engine

Maximum Power: 140 HP @ 3750rpm

Maximum Torque: 350 Nm @ 1750-2500rpm

No. of Cylinders: 4

Emission Standard: BSIV

Gearbox: 6-Speed Manual

Weight and Dimensions

Length: 4598mm

Width: 1894mm

Height: 1706mm

Wheelbase: 2741mm

Ground Clearance: 205mm

Boot Space: 425 Litres

Boot Space with Rear Seats Folded: 810 Litres

Seating Capacity: 5 Seater

Tata Harrier is the best SUV to buy when contrasted with Mahindra XUV 500, Jeep Compass, and Hyundai Creta if all you’re concerned about is looks, safety and ride quality. In basic words, it’s a low spending Discovery Sport you can go for in the market. What’s more, for individuals who need to Experience the Tata Harrier in an automatic version need to should hold up till the mid of 2019.

  • Missing Third Row Of Seats
  • No Lock-Unlock Button Anywhere
  • Huge Wing Mirrors With Poor Visibility
  • Cabin Noise
  • Missing Sunroof
  • Power Delivery Could Be Better
  • Turbo Lag
  • Missing Rear Disc Brakes
  • 17-inch Ordinary Alloy Wheels
  • Could Have Used 18-inch Diamond Cut Alloys

1 Comment

  • Love this car,
    Tata’s one of the best SUV derived form the Jaguar Land Rover platform

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