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  • Q. Are there in modes in AT?

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    Manoj
    Manoj | 6 months ago

    Automatic transmission is available in XM, XT, XZ variants and in AT transmission you get drive modes like Eco, CIty and Sports. Highway cruising with ECO mode gives surprising mileage.

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    Yes, there are 3 driving modes available in automatic variants of Tata Harrier that is (Normal, Rough, Wet).

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