All You Need To Know About Tata Harrier- Features, Price, Variants & More

  • Feb 05, 2019

Tata Harrier, the new mid-size SUV in the market is here to change the game with its awe-inspiring looks and competitive pricing. Introduced in the most promising automotive market in the country today, the new Tata SUV ticks all the necessary boxes, be it looks, features, core or any facet that you can think of.

To make it convenient for you to explore, analyze and decide, we have put together all the essential things you’d be looking for before making a buying decision. So, if you are looking to put your money on this new SUV from Tata then this read is here to assist you.

Available in four variants, XE, XM, XT, XZ, the Tata Harrier is available in five different colours, of which our personal favorite is the Calisto Copper.

Talking about the base XE, it features halogen projector with daytime running lights, black cladding on the sides, 16-inch steel wheels, black ORVMs, and door handles as standard. It is available only in Orcus White shade. At the rear, it gets a blacked-out bumper and LED taillamps.

Pop up the doors and you’d be treated with an all-black theme. The steering wheel, however, gets contrasting light shade inserts. Additionally, there is a 2-DIN audio unit with AUX-in, USB, and Bluetooth support.

Available in two shades, Orcus White and Calisto Copper, next up is the Harrier XM. The only change to its front is the presence of fog lamps. At the back, it gets a wiper along with a washer, rest everything on the outside is same as on the base variant.

Inside, the Harrier XM comes with a controls-mounted steering wheel, a 7-inch touchscreen entertainment system, and appealing silver inserts.

Moving up, there is the Harrier XT, which upscales with features likes body-colored ORVMs & door handles, LED DRLs and 17-inch alloys. Except for Orcus White, this variant is available in all colours. Interiors get aggrandized with Nappa grain leather soft touches and wood-trimmed centre console.

Additionally, it gets auto climate control, an armrest with cup holders for rear occupants and premium storage spaces throughout with lighter contrasting shade.

The top-of-the-line model is the Harrier XZ, which comes with rear skid plate, puddle lamps on the ORVM, Xenon HID projectors with cornering function and a shark fin antenna. Adding an outside glitter is the chrome strip window line that starts from A-pillar to the kink of the C-pillar.

Interiors of the XZ is well-laid out with Signature Oak brown leather, an 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, a leather-covered steering, and a 7-inch colour TFT instrument cluster. There is a new JBL audio system with 9 speakers to satisfy your entertainment needs.

Safety-wise, the Harrier gets six airbags, ISOFIX child seat anchors, hill descent and hold control, ESP, electronic traction control, rollover mitigation, terrain response modes, and corner stability control.

Make your Harrier stand out!

Tata offers plenty of accessory options with Harrier that can make it stand out from the crowd. The list includes accessories like chrome garnish humanity line just below the front grille, front bumper chrome garnish, Harrier badging for bonnet, front parking sensors, LED DRLs, fog lamps with chrome touch, roof rails, chrome mouldings and more. Here is the complete list with pricing.

At the core, Tata has fitted a 2.0-litre diesel engine that puts out 140PS of power and 350Nm of torque, mated to a 6-speed manual transmission. The engine is borrowed from the Jeep Compass. There are three drive modes one can switch between, including Eco,City, and Sport. Tata claims it to yield a fuel economy of 16.79 Kmpl.

If the manual gearbox is not what you are looking at, Tata Motors has announced that the Harrier will have an automatic gearbox by the end of this year. It will be sourced from Hyundai, would be a 6-speed torque converter. It is the same transmission that drives the Tucson.

No FWD Harrier is planned as yet and the company will continue to offer the SUV with front wheel drive system.

With the base and top prices of Rs 12.69 lakh and Rs 16.25 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) respectively, the Tata Harrier challenges the likes of the Hyundai Creta, Nissan Kicks, Mahindra XUV500, Jeep Compass, and the Renault Captur.

For deliveries, expect the Harrier to come home in about three months from the booking date. Check out the pricing variant-wise below.

Variant Price ( ex-showroom Delhi)

XE Rs 12.69 lakh

XM Rs 13.75 lakh

XT Rs 14.95 lakh

XZ Rs 16.25 lakh


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