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Tata Harrier Latest Updates

Tata Motors has launched the 2020 Harrier at Auto Expo 2020, with prices starting from Rs 13.69 lakh (ex-showroom). It also debuts the diesel automatic variant which comes a year after the Harrier’s launch. The 2020 Harrier als0 comes with a handful of feature additions for better appeal.

The Harrier automatic is offered with a BS6-compliant 2.0-litre Multijet engine that has been uprated to develop 170PS of power and 350Nm of torque. It’s mated to a 6-speed torque converter automatic gearbox sourced from Hyundai.The Harrier automatic also gets a couple of cosmetic updates to boost its styling appeal. This includes the new 18-inch alloy wheels that look premium and fill up the large wheel arches nicely. It also comes finished in a new red shade which looks sporty.

The 2020 Harrier is also the first Tata to be offered with a panoramic sunroof. Other new features include powered driver’s seat, an auto dimming IRVM.

Rivals for the 2020 Harrier include MG Hector and Mahindra XUV500.

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Tata Harrier Price

The prices of Harrier diesel variants start at Rs. 13.69 lakh and the top-end diesel is priced at Rs. 20.25 lakh.

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Harrier XE
1956 cc | Diesel | Manual
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Harrier XM
1956 cc | Diesel | Manual
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Editor's View of Tata Harrier

  • Upside

    Road presence, True 5-seater, Best usable boot space in segment, Feature-laden, Torquey engine, Value-for-money

  • Downside

    Large ORVMs create dangerous blind spots, Laggy infotainment system, Ergonomics could be better, Turbo-lag evident on hills, Tricky to manoeuvre in city

  • Our Verdict

    If you want an SUV with road presence, cabin space and practicality without breaking the bank, the Tata Harrier is the best choice in the sub-Rs 20 lakh price bracket

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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Harrier

Q. How is the driving experience and overall performance of the Harrier?
  • Punchy engine, fun on the highway more so in Sports mode. Pretty agile, it instills confidence in you while driving at high speed unlike other suvs I've drove due to too soft suspensions or high body roll... It has good stability, almost no body roll, planted and eases out rough roads. The drive modes do work like charm for what they made for, rough mode does changes the drive dynamics, more responsive suspension, etc.Initial issues with drive mode, etc. I'd experienced have ceased after couple of software update which is done free of cost at the service station. The newer version I heard is going to be launched with company fitted sunroof (personally i dont dig it), bigger tyres (from 17 to 18), tyre monitoring system, etc.
  • Hi I am using Harrier from last month driving this car superb without any discomfort. JBL sound system is suberp quality. Speed mode is amazing. Cruze control is amazing and average is 16 K.M. Lookwise it is class then MG Hectar, Kia Seltos and Jeep Compass. I had used safari 3.2 ltr for 12 year the Tata Motors has changed all there visions of making car with affordable price and with best quality. Thanks Tata Motors.
  • A feeling of owning the road. Very stable at any speed. Off road, it's a beast. A very tough veichel. Can take on any off road. I own a Harrier, i tried a MG Hector on the off-road, way behind the Harrier. I proudly say i own a humble beast; off-road it is an unleashed animal.
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Q. What is service cost for Harrier? How much is the cabin noise in Harrier compared to Jeep Compass?
  • To get an idea about the service cost, we suggest you visit the nearest dealership. The only real complaint we also have and isn’t actually directed at the engine, but the sound insulation. Tyre noise, road noise and the engine drone should have been better damped. But the Jeep Compass is much more insulated as compared with Tata Harrier. We would suggest you to take a test drive in order to clear your all doubts. Click on the given link to get your nearest dealership details: https://www.zigwheels.com/dealers
  • I agree with the Zigwheels on this. I too would've preferred a better damping/insulation for the Harrier
  • JBL speaker with best sound...take care of smooth drive...driven 900 km..in Delhi road...no issue...love the presence on road...real head Turner beast
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Q. Is there any petrol model available - Harrier?
  • No, it is available in diesel fuel type only. There is no official update regarding its petrol version for future.
  • Nope maybe soon.
  • Not yet
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Q. When Harrier be available with sunroof?
  • In next version of tat harrier bs6 plus
Q. Is it worth buying and value for money - Harrier?
  • No
  • If u compare with compass yes....but with XUV500....no....but much better in overall....
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Tata Harrier User Reviews

4.5 /5
124 Rating & 47 reviews
  • Features & Styling
    4.6/5
  • Comfort
    4.6/5
  • Performance
    4.5/5
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  • Maintenance Cost
    4.2/5
  • Safety
    4.7/5
  • Mileage
    4.2/5

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  • 5.0

    I have been waiting for this car since AutoExpo 2018. And I have become the 75th customer in entire country (and obviously in entire world) to buy this vehicle.But I have made inquiries into other cars in this segment. That is the competitors of Harrier. They are Jeep Compass and XUV 500. I have removed Hyundai Tucson from this list as it is heavily priced for the performance and features it provides. First I have eliminated XUV500. The car is extremely spacious and extremely light to handle easily. But I did not like 1. The looks of XUV500 W11, both exterior and interior compared to Harrier or Compass.2. Sound system is pretty ordinary too, compared to Compass and Harrier.3. The horse power is bit higher for XUV500 compared to Harrier (comes into play after a speed of 120kmph - which I have no intentions of crossing on Indian road conditions). 4. And it has got sunroof (which is awkwardly placed between the front and rear seats inaccessible to either row). 5. And it has got disc brakes for all wheels (which is not a necessity to me, until the braking does the sudden halts for me efficiently).Then I have had tough time to eliminate Jeep Compass. Because the built and looks of Compass are exceptionally great. The quality reminded me of Benz, BMW premium cars in terms of drive quality, NVH levels in cabin, suspension, heavy and safe feeling inside the car. Overall there are lots of premium touches for Compass.The reasons for eliminating Compass are:1. The base variant Compass Sport on road price is 20.5 lakhs - the same price as top variant of Harrier XZ. 2. The safety features provided in Harrier like ESP, Corner stability, Roll over mitigation control, 6 air bags are provide in compass starting from Compass Limited 4x4 edition which is priced at 27 lakhs on road.3. Even if I go with Compass Sport, basic requirements like good leather seats, reverse parking camera, reverse parking sensors, fog lamps, projector headlamps etc should be bought as additional accessories - despite shelling 20.5 lakhs.4. Space of Compass is enough for 5 people, but the rear seats are uncomfortably vertical, causing pains and cramps in abdomen for a bit fat people on long drives.So I bought Harrier XZ and got it delivered on Feb 10th 2019 and roamed more than 5000 kms till date. The following are pros and cons I have observed.Pros:1. The turning radius is very good. 2. The hydraulic steering gives wonderful control on the car. Even at low speeds, the steering is not heavy.3. Very comfortable seats even for a huge person. For long drives these are very apt.4. Excellent infotainment system. Sound system is extraordinary. The touch panel is very responsive and feather touch. Android Autoplay works brilliantly. The dashboard just behind steering is very helpful to check distance to empty, mileage the car is returning.5. Air conditioning for both front and rear is brilliant.6. Braking is excellent and adequate even in high speeds (though rear brakes are drum cylinder brakes). Had an unfortunate chance of testing Corner stability Program. A sudden turn by a biker on highway made me steer hard right. CSP immediatley kicked in and safely did the turn in opposite direction and turned me on to highway after crossing the obstacle.7. ESP programs all are efficient and highly useful. Because of the drive modes, I have an experience of driving 3 different cars as economy mode converts the car engine power to 110 PS, city mode to 125 PS and Sport mode to 140 PS.8. Enormous boot space - I have literally packed my family"s (consists of 5 adults) entire clothes packed into the boot. Nothing more to say.Cons:1. Front view of the car is bit dull and not so eye catching. The tata logo doesn"t help much either to cotradict. The car catches eye only when the side or back of the car comes into view.2. The right side ORVM clubbed with the A pillar creates a huge blindspot. Twice I almost had an accident, and once I gave a slight nudge to a scooterist.3. The Xenon HID projector headlamps are very bright, but when faced with beam lights of opposite vehicles, some blindspots are created. Need extra LED lights to be installed if you are regular in driving on highways, which don"t cover opposite vehicle beam lights.Overall Performance:The handling of the car in any road conditions is excellent in this price range. Whether it be braking, suspension or steering control, everything is exceptional about this car. Talk about comfort, and there is no better seating than Harrier (except of middle person in rear seat). The pickup of the car is magnificent in sport mode. Not so exciting in other driving modes. And coming to mileage, I have travelled from Vijayawada to Tirupati a distance of 450 kms and it cost me 30 litres of diesel at speeds of 120 kmph on highways. This care is built for long drives and it shows.After sale services:Surprised to say this, but the after sale service of Tata is very good. Very good is a huge leap from very bad in terms of servie of Tata in passenger vehicle segment. The approach to customer and his concerns has changed a lot. They have been provocative all the time in resolving small issues I had initially. And door delivery service, suggestions of what kind of service is apt for the car condition has been excellent so far. Overall, I am happy with customer service till date.

  • 5.0

    Post two software updates done on my Harrier a month ago. I should say Tata Motors have resolved the issues I (and I suppose other Harrier owners also) was facing. This has instilled the confidence in me about this product and the service. The last update was done at Bafna Motors, Phugewadi. Really good experience, good people and good service. Keeping the first update for reference. --------------------------------------------------Issue with the non responsive accelerator..? I"ve recently found couple of niggles with my Harrier, bought in mid May, running around 3.5k km with one servicing done.Momentorarily changes in the drive modes.. It changes automatically, if the vehicle is in city mode without I changing it for couple of seconds it gets into sport mode. One more issue more frequently happening since a week or so, lack of power while accelerator pressed. Could be for 1 to 4 seconds inspite of pressing the accelerator the engine doesn"t get the power. Just sometime ago while driving in Thane I experienced it, as I lost power I surpressed the clutch and tried to press the accelerator to the floor but still I didn"t get any response, no acceleration! Really disappointed with such issues in such an expensive vehicle and that too within couple of months of buying it. Spoke with the service centre in Thane, they have assured me that it must be a minor issue with the software. And they have given me a slot for Monday to upgrade the software. Mind you during the first servicing they had done quite a few tweaks and also a software upgrade. Anyway, I"ll have my fingers crossed and hope it gets resolved. Anyone out there facing this issue? Thanks!

  • 5.0

    I was using Tata Safari for 12years and was thinking of MG Hectar but after taking test driver of Tata Harrier i was back again in Tata Motors Family bcoz the changes made by the Tata Motors r wonderful. Chasis is built on Land Rovers Platform, mileage with 16 KMPL, JBL sound Sytem Solid, Best in Speed Mode and Cruze Control is fantastic. And last interior is superb and i am not tired for driving i will give 5 out 5 Star for this Car

  • 5.0

    Overall experience has been great so far. Any issues with the car have been taken up on priority basis by the company and resolved immediately. My mother really likes the comfort and is happy with the car. Great grip on road, comfortable seats, audio system and overall feel.

  • 4.7

    product still in testing stage will write a review after a month or so will be to early to give a verdictBut definitely the engine has punch the ride is smooth the six speed manual is awesome is packed with features and most importantly is SAFE.

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  • 5.0

    Just awesome...it really gives me the feel of an real SUV.

  • 5.0

    Overall experience has been great so far. Any issues with the car have been taken up on priority basis by the company and resolved immediately. My mother really likes the comfort and is happy with the car. Great grip on road, comfortable seats, audio system and overall feel.

  • 4.0

    Macho SUV. Best part is the comfort and performance of car.

  • 4.3

    In top model XZ its spare tyre provided R16 steel rim tyre. Before buying kindly check spare tyre.

  • 4.3

    In top model XZ spare tyre is provided R16 tyre. Its cost cutting. before buying kindly check spare tyre.

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Tata Harrier Colours

  • Telesto Grey
  • Sparkle Cocoa
  • Calypso Red
  • Atlas Black
  • Orcus White

Tata Harrier Highlights

Tata has launched the Harrier and priced it from Rs 12.69 lakh to Rs 16.25 lakh, ex-showroom Mumbai. It is powered by Tata’s new Kryotec 2.0-litre turbo-diesel engine. It makes 140PS of max power and 350Nm of peak torque. The engine is mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox which, surprisingly, drives the front wheels. The Harrier is underpinned by the same platform as the Land Rover Discovery Sport. It will be available in four variants: XE, XM, XT and XZ. Dual front airbags along with ABS with EBD and rear parking sensors are offered as standard. ISOFIX child seat mounts, though, are reserved for the range-topping XZ variant along with six airbags, corner stability control, traction control, hill hold assist, hill descent control, rollover mitigation and off-road ABS. There’s no sunroof on offer either.

Harrier Specifications

The Tata Harrier is available with a single 2.0-litre diesel engine. This motor is the same as the Jeep Compass, but with a different engine map. Instead of the Jeep’s 173PS/350Nm, the Harrier gets 140PS and 350Nm. At launch, the Harrier will be offered with a manual transmission only. A diesel-automatic Harrier is in the works and is expected to be launched by Diwali 2019. What’s surprising is that the Harrier is front-wheel drive despite it being based on the Land Rover Discovery Sport’s platform. It does get an ESP-based ‘Terrain Response’ system though, with Normal, Rough Road and Wet modes. This is in addition to the Eco, City and Sport drive modes.

Harrier Variants

You can choose between four variants - XE, XM, XT, and XZ. Even the base-spec Harrier is well equipped with features such as projector headlamps, puddle lamps, dual airbags and ABS. But it’s the XM variant onwards where the Tata is really throwing punches. For instance, the XM packs in a 7-inch touchscreen, steering-mounted audio controls, front fog lamps and drive modes. Highlights on the XT include dual-function LED DRLs, 17-inch alloy wheels, automatic climate control, push-button start, auto headlamps and wipers as well as cruise control. With the XZ, Tata is adding the safety net of side and curtain airbags, ISOFIX child seat mounts and ESP. The XZ is also the only variant to feature the display in the instrument cluster, Terrain Response modes and the larger 8.8-inch touchscreen.

Harrier Exterior and Interior

The Tata Harrier is a direct descendant of the stunning Concept H5X we saw at the 2018 Auto Expo. Is the production-spec SUV watered down a bit too much compared to the concept? Not entirely. It does stand out in a crowd, especially finished in bright orange. The headlamps have been moved down to the bumper, whereas the daytime running lamps take their usual spot. Much like the concept, the Harrier too features connected tail lamps. An underwhelming aspect are the 17-inch wheels. We think it looks too sober compared to the rest of the car that commands attention.

Step inside the cabin of the Harrier and you’re greeted by the best interior Tata has dished out till date. The quality of materials, the minimalistic design and the generous peppering of features has us excited. On offer is leather upholstery, an 8.8-inch touchscreen and a 7-inch display in the instrument cluster. You also get the usual premium car bits, including automatic climate control, rear AC vents, as well as cruise control. There are weird omissions, though - that of an auto-dimming mirror, a powered driver seat and most importantly, a sunroof! That said, it’s a spacious car for five occupants, and the 410-litre boot will be more than happy to take the luggage too. The top-spec Harrier XZ features six airbags, ABS with EBD, electronic stability control as well as hill descent control. You’re more than covered on the safety front. Weirdly enough, ISOFIX child seat mounts are limited to the XZ variant, which we think should’ve been standard across the range.

Tata Harrier Competitors

Tata Hexa : Tata has been putting out some amazing cars lately and the Hexa is no exception. The stylish new SUV is a head turner for sure. It is superbly built and refined. The smaller footprint also helps it while manoeuvring in the city.

Hyundai Creta : The Hyundai Creta might be a vanilla package, but that doesn’t stop it from being a potent one. It’s got the mix of looks, features and drivability which ensures thousands throng the showrooms. The waiting periods can get annoying though, so be warned!

Mahindra XUV500 : Like most Mahindra vehicles, the XUV offers a lot for the money. Quality is a bit of a hit or a miss, and there are known niggles too. But that doesn’t take away from the fact that Mahindra’s big boy is a well-packaged SUV for those who love munching miles.

Jeep Compass : If that Jeep badge tugs at your heart, the Compass is currently the most affordable way to scratch that itch. In return, you get a solidly built, fun to drive brute that can tear through the scenery if needed. Not a bad deal, we say!

Kia Seltos: The Kia Seltos looks stunning, is really well built and is packed to the gills with features. There's an exhaustive list of variants, two trim packages, three engines and automatic options in both diesel and petrol power. It handles and drives like a car and the only real downsides are it rides a little on the stiff side and doesn't really give off those big SUV feels some people crave.

MG Hector : The MG Hector aces everything we love about big SUVs. It's imposing, spacious, rides nicely and is priced well too. Wow features include a massive panoramic sunroof and humongus touch screen infotainment system. There is some room for improvement when it comes to finish and build and it's dynamics around corners. Overall though it packs in heaps of value.

ZigSays

We don’t see any major deal breakers with the Harrier. It’s loaded, spacious, drives well and is built like a tank. Tata’s best yet? Without a doubt.

Tata Harrier Mileage

Fuel Type Transmission ARAI Claimed Mileage User Reported Mileage
Diesel Automatic 17 kmpl NA
Diesel Manual 17 kmpl 17 kmpl

Tata Harrier Service Cost

The estimated service cost for Tata Harrier
Diesel (5 years) Rs. 39,570
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