Here is a list of Top features on the Tata Harrier:
Bigger than its competition
The Tata Harrier is measured at 4598 mm in terms of length, 1894 mm in terms of width and 1706 mm in terms of height. Wheelbase on the new Harrier is 2741 mm while the ground clearance on the SUV comes in at 205 mm. The most distinct feature of the Harrier is that C-pillar with the floating roof design language.
It is a platform derived straight from Land Rover’s D8 Architecture, in-fact, new harrier is dimensionally similar to Discovery Sport. So, one can seriously rely on the quality ride harrier is about to offer in the market.
The 140 hp Rocket Engine
At the heart of the Harrier sits an Fiat Sourced 2.0 Litre diesel engine which produces 140 HP of power and 350 Nm of torque. The engine is mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox. The Tata Harrier also gets three driving modes, Eco, City and Sport. As of now, there is no all-wheel-drive option and no automatic gearbox either. The Harrier comes with 235 section tyres mounted either on 16 inch steel wheels or 17 inch 5-spoke alloy wheels.
‘Floating’ Infotainment Display
The 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system inside the Tata Harrier features a sharp resolution and opens way to a lot of functionalities.
Infotainment and MID
TATA is always one step ahead of the market when it comes to providing quality music to its customer ears. This time also they equipped harrier with 320 watt JBL speakers (9 speakers, 4 tweeters and a subwoofer along with an amplifier) and a 8-inch floating type touch screen that dominates the centre console. There is also a 7-inch TFT screen behind the steering wheel which houses a digital tachometer and displays other driver information. The Speedometer is however analogue.
Top of the Line Safety
Even the base variant gets dual Airbags and ABS as standard, whereas, when you climb up the variants you get tech goodies like ESC, ESP, 6-Airbags (Curtain Airbags included), rollover medication, brake refilled system for better braking in wet conditions, hill decent controls, terrain response modes, drive modes like ECO and SPORT.