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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?

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    Arnav | 1 year ago

    See, it's simple! Tata Motors didn't use an engine of their own in the Harrier. The used the FCA Source Jeep's 2.0 litre engine with 170bhp and 350Nm of power and torque respectively. But, in the Harrier, they detuned it to 149 bhp. Now, since it'd been long since they manufactured a big car, especially of an engine this big. For the SUV stance, they kept it raw-be it the gearbox, the clutch or even the insulation levels for that matter. But in the 2020 Harrier, all those issues have been addressed by Tata Motors, and the Harrier is now really a great car to buy...so go ahead and get it

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    Arnav
    Arnav | 1 year ago

    See, it's simple! Tata Motors didn't use an engine of their own in the Harrier. The used the FCA Source Jeep's 2.0 litre engine with 170bhp and 350Nm of power and torque respectively. But, in the Harrier, they detuned it to 149 bhp. Now, since it'd been long since they manufactured a big car, especially of an engine this big. For the SUV stance, they kept it raw-be it the gearbox, the clutch or even the insulation levels for that matter. But in the 2020 Harrier, all those issues have been addressed by Tata Motors, and the Harrier is now really a great car to buy...so go ahead and get it

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    Arnav
    Arnav | 1 year ago

    See, it's simple! Tata Motors didn't use an engine of their own in the Harrier. The used the FCA Source Jeep's 2.0 litre engine with 170bhp and 350Nm of power and torque respectively. But, in the Harrier, they detuned it to 149 bhp. Now, since it'd been long since they manufactured a big car, especially of an engine this big. For the SUV stance, they kept it raw-be it the gearbox, the clutch or even the insulation levels for that matter. But in the 2020 Harrier, all those issues have been addressed by Tata Motors, and the Harrier is now really a great car to buy...so go ahead and get it

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