The New Tata Harrier is one of the most awaited cars with impressive and head turner styling factor and performance measures. Born of legendary Pedigree, the All New-Harrier is now available with an advanced 6 Speed Automatic Transmission, packed with a host of exciting features and advanced enhancements.
The Tata Harrier is certainly a looker, and that combined with the Land Rover-derived underpinnings, dynamics, spacious interiors and a long equipment list, makes for a potent package overall.
The Harrier is powered by a 2-litre diesel engine (170PS/350Nm), mated to a standard 6-speed MT and an optional 6-speed torque converter. Tata Harrier is equipped with electric controls for the driver’s seat, a panoramic sunroof, new aerodynamic door mirrors, and the auto dimming inner rear view mirror. Undoubtedly, the Harrier’s cabin is a nice place to be in. There’s a nice flowing design, from the door pads on to the layered dash. Tata Harrier is lending a premium feel by splashing some oak-wood coloured trim all across along with the oak-wood trim and matching oak-brown leather upholstery. But the party piece has to be the trendy floating-island base that holds the touchscreen infotainment system, air-con vents and buttons to the car’s functions.
What’s extraordinary about the Harrier is that it is a spacious SUV. There’s generous legroom, shoulder-room and headroom both at the front and rear. Even the seats at both ends are large and comfortable, with lots of support making them good even for long journeys.
Some other additional features include Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility with the music system that boasts of nine JBL speakers and an amplifier. And lastly, safety is taken care of by the ESP (all variants), six airbags, hill descent control, electronic traction and stability control, hill hold, corner stability control, off road ABS and the rear parking sensors with a camera, to name some.