• Q. How is the driving experience and overall performance of the Harrier?

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    Ninad | 1 month ago

    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.

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    Jeevan | 2 months ago

    It's very fast to respond, the pickup and mileage is better that the competition

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    Shakti | 8 months ago

    Performance is awesome...mileage is 12km ....but it real mileage will come after first service

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    Agnel | 4 months ago

    Nice drivability and a punchy engine moreover it's mileage is best.

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    Zigwheels | 9 months ago

    Related Read - Tata Harrier: First Drive Review: https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/tata-harrier-first-drive-review/32481/

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    Nishanth | 5 months ago

    Smooth and confident driving in any Indian road condition

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    Rohit | 9 months ago

    16 mileage and top performance 138hp engine

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    Shakti | 8 months ago

    I got it for 19.5lac onroad in delhi....

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    Kuldeep | 7 months ago

    Nice and very good for indian roads

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    Shakti | 7 months ago

    Really stable....smooth....amazing

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