The Tata Harrier has an ARAI claimed fuel economy of 16.79Kmpl. The car returns a mileage of 11.29kmpl in city and 15.39kmpl on the highways. Moreover, if the estimated maintenance cost of the vehicle is not yet being available as the car is new to the market. However, you may contact the nearest authorised service center as they may assist you regarding the maintenance cost of the Tata Harrier.Click here for the dealership: https://www.zigwheels.com/dealers/Tata
| 11 months ago
In economy mode I am getting a mileage of around 13kmpl in city. And in Spirt mode on highway, I am getting a mileage of around 17.5 kmpl at a speed of 90-95 kmph.
| 7 months ago
City 11-13 depends on the traffic, highway its 16-18
Tata Harrier is a good mid-size SUV with a punchy diesel engine, well-loaded features like 8.8-inch touchscreen, 7-inch driver display, 9-speaker JBL audio system, safety features like 6 Airbags, ABS, ESC, Hill Descent Control, and body build like a tank. Harrier is powered by a 2.0-litre 4-cylinder turbo-diesel engine that churns out 140PS of power and 350Nm of torque coupled with a 6-speed manual transmission it delivers a claimed fuel efficiency of 17.0 km/l. For now, Tata Harrier can only be had with a manual transmission, however, an automatic gearbox option with a 6-speed torque converter is expected soon.
The Automotive Research Association of India tests the fuel efficiency on the best possible outcome scenario and in case of Tata Harrier, most likely, the car's been tested on a balanced ratio of the modes.
U cant compare mileage of 1500cc engine with 2000 cc engine....and when it comes to road presence...Harrier is real beast with 12.5kmpl after 1st service..1200km ....but if u want 1500cc segment...then I would recommend ecosport....I earlier owned it drove 90000km..including leh ladhka trip...real sub SUV with 18kmpl mileage I got
Its been 2500 kms in a month, City Mode giving 16+ mileage provided you drive within 50-70 speed. In Delhi this speed is not a choice. I have been to Highway drive once and it offered 21kmpl.I am honestly super happy with thr car coz of its road presence, SUV stance, drive quality, mileage Nd style. I have nothing to complain except couple of times infotainment screen hanged but then got fixed automatically while switching off and turning on engine. Nothing beats Harrier. Infact at times, it gives discomfort to fortuner owners when u park next to them 😉
As of now Tata Harrier is only available in Diesel. Tata Harrier petrol is expected to come next year. Tata Motors is developing a 1.6-litre petrol engine for the Harrier and other upcoming cars based on the OMEGA architecture. The petrol engine in question will be a direct-injection (DI) unit, a first for Tata Motors. Direct-injection engines are more powerful, efficient and have lower emissions compared to their MPFI (Multi Point Fuel Injection) counterparts. For more details on it stay tuned to ZigWheels.