Tata Harrier

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On-Road Price by Variants

Ex-showroom 12,99,755
Insurance 82,793
RTO Amount 1,62,469
TCS 1,29,97,.55
Est On-Road Price* 15.58 Lakh
Ex-showroom 14,05,755
Insurance 87,563
RTO Amount 1,75,719
TCS 1,40,57,.55
Est On-Road Price* 16.83 Lakh
Ex-showroom 15,25,755
Insurance 92,963
RTO Amount 1,90,719
TCS 1,52,57,.55
Est On-Road Price* 18.25 Lakh
Ex-showroom 16,55,755
Insurance 98,813
RTO Amount 2,06,969
TCS 1,65,57,.55
Est On-Road Price* 19.78 Lakh
XZ Dual Tone
Ex-showroom 16,75,755
Insurance 99,713
RTO Amount 2,09,469
TCS 1,67,57,.55
Est On-Road Price* 20.02 Lakh
XZ Dark Edition
Ex-showroom 16,76,000
Insurance 99,725
RTO Amount 2,09,500
TCS 16,760
Est On-Road Price* 20.02 Lakh

Tata Harrier Overview

  • Displacement
    1956 CC

  • Power
    138 bhp@3750 rpm

  • Torque
    350 Nm@1750-2500 rpm

  • Mileage
    15 Kmpl

  • Transmission

  • Drive Train

  • Number of Gears

  • Number of Cylinders

  • Fuel Tank Capacity

  • Wheel Type

  • Front Tyre Size
    235/65 R17

Tata Harrier Reviews

Tata Harrier SUV Review: Is It The New Hyundai Creta Killer?

Tata Harrier SUV Review: Is It The New Hyundai Creta Killer?

Tata Motors plans to launch the Harrier in January 2019 and we expect it to be priced between 16 lakh rupees to 21 lakh rupees which will put it into the territory of the Hyundai Creta at the bottom and the Jeep Compass or even the Mahindra XUV500 at the higher end. Read Tata Harrier Review in Detail

Dreamland harrier

Best car in history of tata cars

Best SUV in this segment!!!

I have been waiting for this car since AutoExpo 2018. And I have become the 75th customer in entire country (and obviously in entire world) to buy this vehicle. But I have made inquiries into other cars in this segment. That is the competitors of Harrier. They are Jeep Compass and XUV 500. I have removed Hyundai Tucson from this list as it is heavily priced for the performance and features it provides. First I have eliminated XUV500. The car is extremely spacious and extremely light to handle easily. But I did not like 1. The looks of XUV500 W11, both exterior and interior compared to Harrier or Compass. 2. Sound system is pretty ordinary too, compared to Compass and Harrier. 3. The horse power is bit higher for XUV500 compared to Harrier (comes into play after a speed of 120kmph - which I have no intentions of crossing on Indian road conditions). 4. And it has got sunroof (which is awkwardly placed between the front and rear seats inaccessible to either row). 5. And it has got disc brakes for all wheels (which is not a necessity to me, until the braking does the sudden halts for me efficiently). Then I have had tough time to eliminate Jeep Compass. Because the built and looks of Compass are exceptionally great. The quality reminded me of Benz, BMW premium cars in terms of drive quality, NVH levels in cabin, suspension, heavy and safe feeling inside the car. Overall there are lots of premium touches for Compass.The reasons for eliminating Compass are: 1. The base variant Compass Sport on road price is 20.5 lakhs - the same price as top variant of Harrier XZ. 2. The safety features provided in Harrier like ESP, Corner stability, Roll over mitigation control, 6 air bags are provide in compass starting from Compass Limited 4x4 edition which is priced at 27 lakhs on road. 3. Even if I go with Compass Sport, basic requirements like good leather seats, reverse parking camera, reverse parking sensors, fog lamps, projector headlamps etc should be bought as additional accessories - despite shelling 20.5 lakhs. 4. Space of Compass is enough for 5 people, but the rear seats are uncomfortably vertical, causing pains and cramps in abdomen for a bit fat people on long drives. So I bought Harrier XZ and got it delivered on Feb 10th 2019 and roamed more than 5000 kms till date. The following are pros and cons I have observed. Pros: 1. The turning radius is very good. 2. The hydraulic steering gives wonderful control on the car. Even at low speeds, the steering is not heavy. 3. Very comfortable seats even for a huge person. For long drives these are very apt. 4. Excellent infotainment system. Sound system is extraordinary. The touch panel is very responsive and feather touch. Android Autoplay works brilliantly. The dashboard just behind steering is very helpful to check distance to empty, mileage the car is returning. 5. Air conditioning for both front and rear is brilliant. 6. Braking is excellent and adequate even in high speeds (though rear brakes are drum cylinder brakes). Had an unfortunate chance of testing Corner stability Program. A sudden turn by a biker on highway made me steer hard right. CSP immediatley kicked in and safely did the turn in opposite direction and turned me on to highway after crossing the obstacle. 7. ESP programs all are efficient and highly useful. Because of the drive modes, I have an experience of driving 3 different cars as economy mode converts the car engine power to 110 PS, city mode to 125 PS and Sport mode to 140 PS. 8. Enormous boot space - I have literally packed my family's (consists of 5 adults) entire clothes packed into the boot. Nothing more to say. Cons: 1. Front view of the car is bit dull and not so eye catching. The tata logo doesn't help much either to cotradict. The car catches eye only when the side or back of the car comes into view. 2. The right side ORVM clubbed with the A pillar creates a huge blindspot. Twice I almost had an accident, and once I gave a slight nudge to a scooterist. 3. The Xenon HID projector headlamps are very bright, but when faced with beam lights of opposite vehicles, some blindspots are created. Need extra LED lights to be installed if you are regular in driving on highways, which don't cover opposite vehicle beam lights. Overall Performance: The handling of the car in any road conditions is excellent in this price range. Whether it be braking, suspension or steering control, everything is exceptional about this car. Talk about comfort, and there is no better seating than Harrier (except of middle person in rear seat). The pickup of the car is magnificient in sport mode. Not so exciting in other driving modes. And coming to mileage, I have travelled from Vijayawada to Tirupati a distance of 450 kms and it cost me 30 litres of diesel at speeds of 120 kmph on highways. This care is built for long drives and it shows. After sale services: Surprised to say this, but the after sale service of Tata is very good. Very good is a huge leap from very bad in terms of servie of Tata in passenger vehicle segment. The approach to customer and his concerns has changed a lot. They have been provocative all the time in resolving small issues I had initially. And door delivery service, suggestions of what kind of service is apt for the car condition has been excellent so far. Overall, I am happy with customer service till date.

Purely Indian engineering. bad experience

Got my Harrier delivered day before yesterday and found; Look wise it’s cool Performance also ok Comfort wise it’s ok Safety wise driving is horrible as engine stops even while running especially while on traffic and while driving on bumps and gutters. Visibility while taking sharp curves is absolutely zero as truck size mirrors blinds the vision, it’s impossible to see any vehicles or anything on driver side on curves. Am much worried about my life as I need to travel Wayanad of Kerala as it’s full of hairpin bends. As a solution am proposing to fix my mirrors upside down or to fix a camera for driver side asap. As the vehicle is made by TATA am not expecting any solutions from company side.


I am Vipin Kumar Mittal. I purchased Tata harrier XZ from Malwa Automobiles, rohini Delhi. There are major manufacturing defects in Tata harrier which I have experienced while driving the car for 7000 kilometres. 1.The right hand side mirror is too big which blocks the view of the right side while turning right. I was about to meet accident many times. So turning right is very difficult in crowded areas. 2. The bonnet is too high which blocks front view. 3. The front USB port is hard-to-reach.Connecting charges is very difficult. 4. The USB port at the back is very low and hard to reach. 5. The Cruise turns off while driving many times. 6. Low speed at 2nd gear the car stops with a sudden jerk because of the presence of double freewheel . It was also given in Tata Aria which had the same problem which caused its failure 7. When we turn full left or right there is a strange sound and alignment problem. 8. There is a mismatch in the adjustment of 3 position headlamp and fog light. 9. The length of back seat is less and there's no sitting comfort. 10.The car is now giving an average of 12.6 kmpl with AC which is very low in long drives. Tata has no return policy and I am not at all satisfied with the car. There's a danger of meeting accidents due to these defects and Tata Motors will be responsible for this. I will put a banner on my car"I AM NOT SATISFIED WITH TATA HARRIER" front and back if Tata doesn't take the car back to let people know about the failures of this car. I will definitely go to the court to see you tata if the card is not taken back till 31st May.

Driving Landrover with Tata Badge

I was never in like with Tata cars. This my first Tata car. The car is a beautiful piece of machine sculptured by JLR Team. Styling and Interior top notch. Ride and handling awesome. I have driven Creta and XUV a lot but it is no where close to harrier when comes to handling. I see lot of negatives from people saying bonnet high, mirror big did you guys test drive or just blindly buy it. Shorter guys might suffer might be Creta will suit you instead of buying a beast you should have gone with those i20 platform cars. I have done 7000kms and still enjoying the ride everyday with the car. The car has little niggles which you expect in any car. Tata is doing frequent check of cars and replacing parts after they hear back from Customers.
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Tata Harrier Specifications


4598 mm
1894 mm
1706 mm
2741 mm
Ground Clearance
205 mm
Boot Space
425 L
No. Of Doors
Seating Capacity

Wheels & Tyres

Wheel Type
Front Tyre Size
235/65 R17
Rear Tyre Size
235/65 R17

Braking System

Front Brake Type
Rear Brake Type


Front Suspension
Independent, Lower Wishbone, McPherson Strut With Coil Spring & Anti Roll Bar
Rear Suspension
Semi Independent Twist Blade With Panhard Rod And Coil Spring


Power Steering
Steering Type
Power Assisted (Hydraulic)
Adjustable Power Steering

Tata Harrier Features


10 Safety & Security Features
  • Airbags

  • ABS

  • Electronic Brakeforce Distribution

  • Engine Immobilizer

  • Central Locking - Key

  • Child Safety Lock

  • Power Door Lock

  • Turn Indicators On ORVM

  • Headlamp Beam Adjuster

  • Steering Wheel with Controls


11 Safety & Security Features
XE Features
  • Rear Wiper


13 Safety & Security Features
XM Features
  • Rain Sensing Wipers

  • Reverse Parking Camera

XZ | XZ Dual Tone | XZ Dark Edition

21 Safety & Security Features
XT Features
  • Passenger Airbags

  • Side Airbags

  • Hill Assist

  • Electronic Stability Program

  • Tractional Control

  • Cornering Lights

  • Electronic Stability Programme

  • 6 Airbags


9 Comfort & Convenience Features
  • Air Conditioner - Manual

  • Heater

  • Steering Adjustment - Tilt & Telescopic

  • Power Outlets 12V

  • Rear Parking Sensor

  • Front Armrest

  • Upholstery - Fabric

  • Front Cup Holders

  • Voice Recognition & Alerts


13 Comfort & Convenience Features
XE Features
  • Cruise Control

  • Rear Parking Camera

  • Push Start Stop Button

  • Keyless Entry

XZ | XZ Dual Tone | XZ Dark Edition

14 Comfort & Convenience Features
XT Features
  • Rear Armrest


2 Lights Features
  • Light Type - Projector

  • Outer Mirrors with Logo Projection

XM | XT | XZ | XZ Dual Tone | XZ | XZ Dual Tone | XZ Dark Edition

3 Lights Features
XE Features
  • Front Fog Lamps

XE | XM | XT | XZ | XZ Dual Tone | XZ | XZ Dual Tone | XZ Dark Edition

5 Instrumentation & Communication Features
  • Distance To Empty

  • Average Fuel Efficiency Indicator

  • Seat Belt Warning

  • Low Fuel Warning

  • Door Ajar Warning


2 Entertainment Features
  • Music System

  • Acoustics Tuned by JBL

XM | XT | XZ | XZ Dual Tone | XZ | XZ Dual Tone | XZ Dark Edition

7 Entertainment Features
XE Features
  • CD/DVD Player

  • Speakers - 6

  • Radio

  • USB Support

  • Bluetooth Support

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The Tata Harrier has been launched in India at a starting price of 12.69 lakh for the base XE variant which goes all the way up to 16.25 lakh for the top-end XZ variant. Tata will be offering the Harrier in India in four variants, prices of which are below. Tata Harrier is based on the OMEGA platform which is a derivative of Land Rover's D8 platform which underpinned the Freelander 2 and was modified for the Discovery Sport. Besides that, the Harrier also debuts Tata's new IMPACT 2.0 design philosophy and stands true to the H5X concept which was unveiled at the 2018 Auto Expo. The Harrier is not only larger in dimensions than its key rivals- the Nissan Kicks and Hyundai Creta, but also has the largest footprint in its segment. The first thing which is an instant takeaway for the Harrier is the design. The Tata Harrier is an urban SUV and the design justifies that to its best. Up front, it looks butch having a high hood-line and housing a wide grille with LED Daytime running lamps at corners and the projector headlamps have been positioned just below them. The side profile of the Harrier too looks flamboyant thanks to the exaggerated wheel arches and bold claddings and the rear profile complements the overall design with embodying sharp creases on the tailgate as well as the taillamps along with bold elements such as wide claddings.

The large footprint of the Tata Harrier translates into a spacious cabin. Now what adds to the package is the quality of materials and finish of the cabin. Everything from the oak wood palette used on the dash and grab handles to the soft touch upholstery feel plush and better than its class. Aesthetically the cabin of the Harrier too looks alluring and uncluttered, be it the wraparound dash with a binnacle line running the width of the cabin or the 8.8-inch floating touchscreen which is high on functionality and eliminates many buttons. The Tata Harrier at 425 litres has the biggest boot space too of them all with all seats up which can be further expanded to 800 litres.

The Tata Harrier is laden with all the segment standard features on the outside as well as on the inside. Features like LED Daytime Running Lights (DRLs), HID Xenon headlamps, height-adjustable driver's seat and keyless entry are standard from the base XE variant while the top-end XZ variant is equipped with terrain drive modes, auto climate control, engine start-stop, 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system which supports smartphone connectivity and is linked to JBL sourced surround sound system with nine speakers and an amplifier, logo projection on the outer mirrors and more. Moreover, safety features like dual airbags and ABS with EBD are standard across variants while the top-end variant also gets features like electronic stability control (ESC), mitigation control, hill assist and brake assist. The Tata Harrier is powered by the Fiat-sourced 2.0-litre, four-cylinder diesel engine that Tata claims is built on the low friction valve train architecture for better refinement and efficiency. This engine churns out 138 bhp and 350 Nm of peak torque and is mated to a six-speed manual gearbox. Tata Motors is also planning to add an automatic variant at a later date and will be sourcing the automatic gearbox from Hyundai. Like the Hexa, even the Harrier gets multi-drive modes which are coupled with a terrain response system.

Tata Harrier Engine Specifications & Transmission

Tata Harrier  Kryotec, 2.0L Turbocharged Engine
Displacement (CC) 1956 CC
No Of Cylinder 4
Power 138 bhp@3750rpm
Torque 350 Nm@1750rpm
Gear Box 6-Speed MT
Mileage 50.0 kmpl 

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Tata Harrier Comparison

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(On-Road Price New Delhi)
1956 CC
138 bhp@3750 rpm
15 Kmpl

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(On-Road Price New Delhi)
2179 CC
153 bhp@3750 rpm
13.6 Kmpl

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Tata Harrier Price By Variants

Variant On Road Price Spec Compare

Harrier XE

15.58 Lakh Manual, Diesel, 15.00 Kmpl

Harrier XM

16.83 Lakh Manual, Diesel, 15.00 Kmpl

Harrier XT

18.25 Lakh Manual, Diesel, 15.00 Kmpl

Harrier XZ

19.78 Lakh Manual, Diesel, 15.00 Kmpl

Harrier XZ Dual Tone

20.02 Lakh Manual, Diesel, 15.00 Kmpl

Harrier XZ Dark Edition

20.02 Lakh Manual, Diesel, 15.00 Kmpl

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