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Tata Harrier Latest Updates

Tata Motors has launched the BS6-compliant Harrier with prices starting from Rs 13.69 lakh (ex-showroom). The Harrier BS6 utilises the existing 2.0-litre diesel engine with upgrades to meet BS6 emission standards. It’s also more powerful than its BS4 predecessor. Further, Tata Motors has also launched the Harrier BS6 with a 6-speed automatic transmission. The Harrier BS6 comes with a handful of new features and enhancements for more appeal.

Harrier Specifications

The Tata Harrier is powered by a BS6-compliant 2.0-litre diesel engine that develops 170PS of power and 350Nm of torque. It’s offered with either a 6-speed manual transmission or a 6-speed torque converter. The Harrier BS6 utilises AdBlue technology to treat its emissions. It has a 15-litre AdBlue tank which can be accessed via the boot floor. In terms of dimensions, the Harrier BS6 is 4598mm long, 1894mm widel and 1706mm tall. It has a 2741mm wheelbase.

Harrier Variants

The Tata Harrier is offered in eight variants: XE, XM, XT, XZ XZ+, XMA, XZA and XZA+. It’s offered with five colour choices: Cocoa (Brown), Red, Grey, White and Black.

Harrier Features

Outside, the Tata Harrier comes with Xenon HID headlamps with LED DRLs, 17-inch dual-tone alloy wheels as well as sleek LED tail lamps. Inside, highlights include a panoramic sunroof, an 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a 9-speaker JBL audio system, climate control, a 7-inch coloured multi-info display as well as keyless entry with push button start. On the safety front, it comes with six airbags, ABS with EBD, rear parking sensors, a rear view camera, electronic stability control, traction control and ISOFIX child seat mounts.

Tata Harrier Competitors

The Tata Harrier locks horns with the Kia Seltos, Hyundai Creta 2020 and the MG Hector.

Tata Harrier Price

The price of Tata Harrier starts at Rs. 13.69 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 20.25 Lakh. The prices of Harrier diesel variants start at Rs. 13.69 Lakh and the top-end diesel is priced at Rs. 20.25 Lakh. Tata Harrier is available in 16 variants and 5 different colours.

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Harrier XE
1956 cc | Diesel | Manual
Rs. 13.69 Lakh
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Harrier XM
1956 cc | Diesel | Manual
Rs. 15 Lakh
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1956 cc | Diesel | Automatic
Rs. 16.25 Lakh
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Harrier

Q. Which transmission to buy Automatic or Manual for Tata Harrier 2020?
  • It totally depends on your usage. If you often drive in city only and tackle heavy traffic, an automatic transmission variant would be a great pick. On the other hand, manual transmission offers better command over the vehicle and better options for highway driving and they are fun to drive too.
Q. Will Tata Harrier get AWD in future?
  • There is no official update from the brand yet regarding the AWD in Tata Harrier and we too do not expect it anytime soon.
Q. Whether third row seat can be installed in Tata Harrier ?
  • Tata Harrier is a 5 seater SUV so it would be difficult to add seats in the 3rd row. And if it is installed the seating position and posture will be be an issue for the passenger sitting at back.
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Q. Which will be best buy Creta, Harrier or Kia Seltos?
  • All these cars are good enough to go for and have their own forte. At first glance, the Kia and Hyundai seem to offer incredible value for money. While they share the same platform and powertrains, both SUVs offer a couple of features that are unique to themselves. The Seltos has a 360-degree parking camera, a head-up display, front parking sensors and Kia’s multi-colour sound mood lighting. The Creta does offer a bigger sunroof, a digital instrument cluster and 55 connected car features compared to Kia’s 37. If you’re on a tight budget and can only afford the entry-level variants of either SUVs then the Seltos will help you save around Rs 10,000. Otherwise, pick the one with your favourite features. Or the one you like better to look at. Hence, we’d say it all boils down to the design of the two SUVs. While beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder, we think the Seltos makes for a safer choice thanks to its traditional design and front parking sensors while the Creta will appeal to those who want to make a bold statement and need a bigger sunroof. If we talk about Tata Harrier, 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. You may compare all these cars according to their variants.
Q. Hi,Planning to buy a SUV. Confused between Jeep compass sports plus, Tata Harrier XZ and Creta 1.6 Sx(o)/AT.Harrier is not in petrol plus is a Tata car which are known to have issues whereas Compass dosent give me all the features whereas creta has most of the features but dosent give an SUV feel ( I might be wrong here)Which one is better? Or should I wait for me Hector or Kia sp2i.
  • Jeep gives the best driving experience, the rear isn't that spacious as compared to a Creta or Harrier. Cost of maintenance would be higher. Creta is the most practical buy. Good performance and a really good SUV. Tata cars doesn't inspire the same confidence that a Hyundai or Fiat would do. Only in terms of driving experience, choose Jeep else Creta
  • Harrier is the best choice of course, if you like SUV feel, Creta is baby car and Jeep compass is poor copy and MG is made in China, poor finish quality
  • Creta is a great vehicle but I'd have to agree with you on the fact that it doesn't give a propah SUV feel. Probably on account of its size. It looks like a slightly bigger version of the i20. 😐. No idea about the Harriet or Compass as I haven't driven either one of them.
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Q. I was interested to buy a Harrier, but I am having 2nd opinion after enquiring about the SUV with a friend, who recently bought one and facing engine problems. He said the problem started (within 3 weeks!) with steering vibration which was resolved by dealer. The other issue is engine sound inside cabin. He said, that typical old diesel car knocking sound comes during pickup, (after gear shift). Can anyone please explain how a brand new premium SUV (built on Range Rover platform), the show-piece car of TATA Motors, can have such problems?
  • 5k done Agreed on noisy cabin if someone is harsh on accelator pedal. But if someone is gentle it's more silent as other 2.0 diesel engines. Ride quality is buttery smooth no niggles yet. Mileage in city 13 to 14 kmpl and on highways above 18 kmpl. Routine updates from TML makes this car even more user friendly.
  • It's been three months since Im driving the harrier and after driving around 7000kms here are the issues with the vehicle - engine noise is quite loud at lower rpms , clutch sounds when I shift gears, steering vibration and sounds of loose parts coming from the dash board which never happened in my earlier cars(vw polo/Honda city). Not quite a good experience for me so far. Needs more improvement . However the seating comfort is something other cars don't offer in this price segment
  • Prevent wear and tear of cluch due to engine vibration . This clutch system have normal noise. You can Cheak it on YouTube.
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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

Harrier Detailed Review

Update: The Tata Harrier has been launched at a very competitive price of Rs 12.69 lakh, ex-showroom Mumbai! All the details here.

The new Harrier is looking to take the Tata nameplate upmarket. Prices are expected to range between Rs 13 lakh - Rs 17 lakh (ex-showroom), and so this Tata will need to wow shoppers to coax them away from the Hyundai Creta and Jeep Compass. Using Land Rover’s D8 monocoque platform from the Discovery Sport and and a diesel engine from Fiat, which is in fact the same unit used in the Jeep Compass, the Harrier packs promising mechanicals. Slathered on top is Tata’s sharp Impact 2.0 design language and there’s the promise of a genuinely luxurious in-cabin experience which marries modern tech with an elegant design. Can the Harrier really hit the spot as a premium SUV?

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In bright Copper, with the slim LED DRLs cum turn indicators slicing in right under the bonnet, the Harrier draws its connection to the Tata H5X concept with ease. But the few tweaks to the design has caused a chunk of the fandom to switch sides, or at least take to the fence. The quirky geometric design of the headlamp housing and the slightly heavier chin will have to bear that burden. Impact design language trademarks, like the various hexagonal elements, are bolder than before, especially on the grille. While all of this gives the Harrier a sharp and edgy look, the wide band of black cladding and the contrasting silver faux skid plate remind you that the Harrier is a rugged one.

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The strength of the Harrier is also in its stance. It stretches 2741mm between the wheels, a footprint that dwarfs bigger and more expensive SUVs. Even in terms of overall length, the Harrier is a size larger than its immediate rivals and more expensive ones too. You can expect this Harrier to stand out from the crowd quite easily and give big ladder-on-frame SUVs something to chew on too. The only bit that lets the Harrier down are the 17-inch alloy wheels, these look a bit small. Tata could easily offer 18-inch wheels without compromising ride quality or durability.

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Tata’s Harrier also takes on a more sporty stance than its rivals and its platform donor, the Discovery Sport. The rising window line and the sloping roofline squish the glass area a bit and give it a sportier look. Edginess mixed with sophistication makes a comeback when you look at the rear. What got our attention right away was the flush fitting design of the rear bumper. The funky quotient is upped by the connected tail lamps that can be best described as a two-headed spear? Smooth LED elements in the sharply creased lamps add to the sense of premiumness. Although a bit quirky at first, the centre-aligned Harrier badging on the tailgate grows on you rapidly.

Stepping in, and up

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For most of us, it will take some time for it to sink in that this cabin is from a Tata. It starts from when you shut the doors behind you with a reassuring thud. It’s a credit to Tata’s design team that they have created a look that doesn’t feel derived or contrived. Clean and classy describes it best. The simple silver accents that cradle the dash, the beautifully finished faux wood strip that runs above and the discreet use of chrome around the wide 8.8-inch infotainment screen (7-inch on the XM and XT variants) and centre air-con vents is tasteful indeed. The soft touch plastic on the dash top, offered only on the top two variants, adds to the sense of premiumness. I absolutely loved the door handles that actually felt cold to the touch, or hot, giving the sensation of quality metal. But, there are a few touchpoints that could have been richer to hold or behold, like the plasticky gear lever and the dull looking steering wheel.

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However, the seats, which are wrapped in tan colour leather, are kind to the eyes and your frame. Space isn’t in short supply either. There’s ample headroom and the wide cabin makes it feel airier still. But compared to the Discovery Sport, the Harrier makes you feel like you are sitting in a sportier “in-the-car” position rather than “on-top-of-it” SUV feel. However, there are a few ergonomic issues for the driver, like finding a good driving position that takes a lot of fiddling and the raked A-pillar and large ORVM that create a big blindspot which require some care when you navigate around roundabouts or intersections.

Less critical complaints are the USB and audio jack ports that have been positioned in a tiny cave under the centre stack and the chunky parking brake lever that arcs over the cup holders behind it.

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Nada. That’s what backseat passengers will have to complain about! After all, kneeroom and headroom is in plenty. The seats are supportive and shaped to ensure that even the middle passenger is comfortable. There are aircon vents mounted on the B-pillar and the nifty trays to stow your mobile phone in the doors are very handy. The only miss is that the 60:40 split and folding seat isn’t recline adjustable.


Tata Harrier First Drive Review

Let’s get what isn’t on offer out of the way first. Sunroof. Ventilated seats. Ambient lighting. Boo hoo.

The Harrier packs a lot without seeming like a brochure Ninja. It has a fully automatic climate control system that has been lifted from the Discovery Sport. The logo projection units are also a luxury car connection.

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On the topic of lights, the headlamps get HID projectors for the low beam while the high beam is a halogen unit. The fog lamp also offers cornering functionality in the top-spec XZ variant. There are rain-sensing wipers and automatic headlamps too. It is worth noting that the driver gets cruise control and an 8-way manually adjustable seat too.

Tata Harrier First Drive Review

For the infotainment system, there is an 8.8-inch touchscreen laid out horizontally. The screen is great to use and doesn’t intrude into your view out of the cabin. It comes equipped with Android Auto while Apple CarPlay will be available in the near future. The screen also shares information such as navigation instructions or music with the driver’s 7-inch colour TFT display.

Tata Harrier First Drive Review

This display also shows you realtime power and torque readouts aside from other trip and fuel consumption details. One of the highlights of the top-end XZ variant has to be the JBL audio setup. Using 4 tweeters, 4 speakers, 1 subwoofer and an external amp, it creates a front-row live performance experience. The sound staging is plain mesmerising. I felt like Freddie was yodeling on the other side of the recording studio window. Epic. But there are some functional misses, the reversing camera quality could have been better, and there is no auto-dimming IRVM.

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But, there is substance. Plenty of it. While the lower three variants get just dual-airbags and ABS, the top-end XZ variant gets six airbags, ESP, hill hold assist, hill descent control, roll over mitigation, brake disc wiping, traction control and ISOFIX anchor points. Aside from this, the Harrier also gets three drive modes - City, Sport and Eco - and three Terrain Response modes - Normal, Wet and Rough. More on these in the next section.

Harry the horizon

Tata Harrier First Drive Review

Kryotec or Multijet, call it what you will, but the 2.0-litre diesel engine is a clear highpoint here. Being down on power to 140PS compared to the Jeep Compass’ 173PS hasn’t hurt the Harrier one bit. This re-tune has afforded the Harrier amazing drivability, making it very easy to drive in the city. It is possible to just walk around city streets in third gear without having to reach for the gear lever again and again. From 1000rpm, the torque helps you get a move on.

Tata Harrier First Drive Review

The power does get stronger above 2000rpm before running out of steam at 4000rpm, just 1000rpm away from the limiter. But, even on the highway, rarely would you have to rev it that hard. Shifting up the 6-speed gearbox earlier gets the job done well enough. While the clutch is light, the gearshifts could have been smoother. Yes, there is something missing though — an automatic transmission. A Hyundai-sourced gearbox is under development and will be added to the lineup in the future.

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Be it the long haul or running around the city, the Harrier has the mettle to deliver. The City drive mode makes things more enjoyable at slow speeds as it softens the torque from the engine and the throttle response to make the going calm and smooth. The Sport mode adds a spring to the step, which is perfect for highway stints. Irrespective of which mode you use, the Harrier can cruise at 100kph in 6th gear at just 1800rpm. Eco mode dulls the responsiveness significantly, but should pay dividends in terms of fuel efficiency. While Tata hasn’t claimed any fuel efficiency figures yet, we saw about 15kmpl being indicated on the car's computer.

Tata Harrier First Drive Review

The only real complaint we have isn’t actually directed at the engine, but the sound insulation. Tyre noise, road noise and the engine drone should have been better damped. This would have multiplied the sense of luxury and fatigue-free travel. Part of the credit for the said tirelessness is also thanks to the chassis and suspension.

Crossed Over

Tata Harrier First Drive Review

The promise of crossovers has been delivered by the Harrier. First, its Land Rover genes ensure that it smothers poor surfaces, at city or highway speeds. It relishes in taking the meanest of road surfaces and taking the sting out of them. Faster, better. At low speeds, only the rowdiest of speed breakers will jostle you. Only by a bit. Dish out some smooth highways and this Tata will head well north of the 100kmph mark and not get floaty or unruly. It is appreciable that the Harrier has avoided the lurchiness that Land Rovers exhibit on the road. However, the occupants in the rear will feel a bit of bounciness.

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Second, it is fun to drive. The hydraulic steering, albeit a touch heavy at low speeds, is quick to get this 1675kg brute to change directions with surprising eagerness. As it switches lanes the body roll is well contained and doesn’t force you to back off. Although the brakes are adequate, a bit more bite and feel would have been welcome when stopping from high speeds. Keep in mind there is no all-wheel drive on offer on the Harrier and isn’t likely to be anytime soon. While this will disappoint some buyers, Tata is offering an ESP-based Terrain Response system that alter throttle and engine responsiveness and ESP intervention to help the Harrier claw further down the path less taken than you would have expected. We can’t wait to test the claim.


Tata Harrier First Drive Review

We will start this off with a caveat. The Harrier had a few small issues, like buggy infotainment software and a few fit-and-finish issues. However, the issues on the pre-production prototypes are expected to be ironed out by the time the Harrier heads into Tata showrooms in January 2019. We aren’t suggesting that the Harrier is flawless otherwise, but its shortcomings are such that you could learn to overlook or find a workaround. However, we hope that Tata bolsters the Harrier’s potential by improving the sound insulation. (Note: - At the launch Tata said, the final production versions have updated sound insulation. Yet to be tested by us.)

Tata Harrier First Drive Review

Despite this, the depth and width of the Harrier’s talent pool will tempt many to look very closely at this SUV, especially when you consider that it is priced brilliantly - from Rs 12.69 lakh-Rs 16.25 lakh (ex-showroom)! So, the Harrier stands out, can tackle the crowded and desolate parts of India with ease, it pampers and shields, and comes with a price tag that makes it the all-rounder you had always hoped for.

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Tata Harrier Mileage

The mileage of Tata Harrier is 17 kmpl. This is the claimed ARAI mileage for all the variants of Harrier.
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  • 4.3

    It's one of the awesome vehicles to own💕

  • 4.7

    The car is very good, but bad service. 😣😣

  • 5.0

    best in segment to TATA motors this product TATA harrier is awesome disaining and awesome saspensar setap and raiding and hendling colety

  • 5.0

    I purchased this car I am completely satisfied with this and I love it and performance of engine is assome .it's like my home

  • 5.0

    The best car of the world Thanks for Tata

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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 would say this is out of the league. A bit on the expensive side but completely justifiable. A complete SUV with all the safety features. The top-end is a couple of lakhs costlier than the top-end of Seltos and Creta. But after taking a test drive I realized it is offering a lot more in those couple of extra lakhs. Space is enormous inside and you feel extremely comfortable even in the back seat. Three people can sit a lot comfortably when compared to KIA Seltos and Creta which are a bit congested if you are well built and tall. It looks very stylish and has more ground clearance. It is a complete SUV .It also offers JBL speakers in the top end.

  • 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.

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Tata Harrier FAQs

What is the price of Tata Harrier Top Variant?

The ex-showroom price of top variant of Tata Harrier is 20.25 Lakh (Delhi).

What is the mileage of Tata Harrier?

The ARAI claimed mileage of Tata Harrier is 17 Kmpl. Also check User Reported Mileage of Harrier.

What is the EMI of Tata Harrier in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Tata Harrier in Delhi is Rs. 26,483 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.

What are the top competitors of Tata Harrier?

The top 3 competitors of Tata Harrier are Hyundai Creta, MG Hector and Kia Seltos.

What is the boot space in Tata Harrier?

The boot space in Tata Harrier is 425 L. View full specification of Harrier

What is the ground clearance of Tata Harrier?

The ground clearance of Tata Harrier is 205 mm.

What are the best financing options for Tata Harrier?

New car loan - get upto 100% loan on your car! Loan against car - your old car will pay for your new car!

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