Tata Harrier

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Tata Harrier Price


Ex-showroom 13,69,000
Insurance 85,910
RTO Amount 1,71,125
TCS 13,690
Est On-Road Price* 16.4 Lakh


Ex-showroom 15,00,000
Insurance 91,805
RTO Amount 1,87,500
TCS 15,000
Est On-Road Price* 17.94 Lakh


Ex-showroom 16,25,000
Insurance 97,430
RTO Amount 2,03,125
TCS 16,250
Est On-Road Price* 19.42 Lakh


Ex-showroom 16,25,000
Insurance 97,430
RTO Amount 2,03,125
TCS 16,250
Est On-Road Price* 19.42 Lakh


Ex-showroom 17,50,000
Insurance 1,03,055
RTO Amount 2,18,750
TCS 17,500
Est On-Road Price* 20.89 Lakh
Ex-showroom 17,60,000
Insurance 1,03,505
RTO Amount 2,20,000
TCS 17,600
Est On-Road Price* 21.01 Lakh
Ex-showroom 17,70,000
Insurance 1,03,955
RTO Amount 2,21,250
TCS 17,700
Est On-Road Price* 21.13 Lakh
Ex-showroom 18,75,000
Insurance 1,08,680
RTO Amount 2,34,375
TCS 18,750
Est On-Road Price* 22.37 Lakh


Ex-showroom 18,80,000
Insurance 1,08,905
RTO Amount 2,35,000
TCS 18,800
Est On-Road Price* 22.43 Lakh
Ex-showroom 18,85,000
Insurance 1,09,130
RTO Amount 2,35,625
TCS 18,850
Est On-Road Price* 22.49 Lakh
Ex-showroom 18,90,000
Insurance 1,09,355
RTO Amount 2,36,250
TCS 18,900
Est On-Road Price* 22.55 Lakh
Ex-showroom 18,95,000
Insurance 1,09,580
RTO Amount 2,36,875
TCS 18,950
Est On-Road Price* 22.6 Lakh
Ex-showroom 19,00,000
Insurance 1,09,805
RTO Amount 2,37,500
TCS 19,000
Est On-Road Price* 22.66 Lakh
Ex-showroom 19,99,500
Insurance 1,14,282
RTO Amount 2,49,937
TCS 19,995
Est On-Road Price* 23.84 Lakh
Ex-showroom 20,15,000
Insurance 1,14,980
RTO Amount 2,51,875
TCS 20,150
Est On-Road Price* 24.02 Lakh
Ex-showroom 20,25,000
Insurance 1,15,430
RTO Amount 2,53,125
TCS 20,250
Est On-Road Price* 24.14 Lakh

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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 

Tata Harrier Mileage

15 Km/Full Charge
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Tata Harrier Reviews

2020 Tata Harrier BS6 Review

2020 Tata Harrier BS6 Review

Just after a year of its launch, Tata Motors has updated the Harrier with a BS6 engine and automatic transmission along with some styling and features upgrades. We drive the new Tata Harrier BS6 to know how much added value the updates bring in the Harrier. Read Tata Harrier Review in Detail

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

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am Vishnu from bangalore I have purchased a New Tata Harrier XZ Car from Kropex Auto Pvt Ltd, Hosur Road Showroom on 13.06.2019. I regret to inform that on 11.09.2019 around 9:00 Am , we noticed that heavy white smoke coming from Engine while driving on Electronic City flyover. Immediately we stopped the vehicle and informed to Kropex sevice center and Highway Patrol. The Tata Road side assistance Boy came and informed us to leave the vehicle in kropex Service center in order to check the problem. The car was in Kropex Service center for 2 days on 11.09.2019 and 12.09.2019 . I was informed that there was a problem in the clutch plates and were replaced. Meanwhile 2nd free service was also done during this same time. We got our vehicle delivered on 13.09.2019 evening after confirmation that the problem was attended and resolved and also 2nd free servicing. The car was taken out only on 14.09.2019 evening for a drive after it returned from servicing on 13.09.2019 evening. Yet again the same problem arised on 14.09.2019 evening around 7.00 PM near Attibele Toll gate . The clutch and gear got jammed and heavy smoke came out from the engine. All the family members were in the car. Immediately all came out and parked vehicle. The issue was again informed to Kropex Service and also complained to Tata Customer care regarding the same. There was a heavy smoke coming out from engine continuously till 30 mins. The road side assistance person arrived after 1.30 hours of informing the issue and has taken the vehicle again for checking the problem. The same issue has happened again which only means that there is a lacuna in addressing and resolving the issue which had happened on 11.09.2019. We can come to conclusion that nothing had been resolved during the 2 days 11.09.2019 and 12.09.2019 wherein the car was at service center only. It is really shocking to me and my family members , and are fearing about travelling in this car. It is a brand new car and hardly 3 months old which is purchased on a loan. I am mentally distressed due to the above issue . We had our plans for long weekend trips . But in case the same issue happens in middle of journey , it ruins the entire peace of family. Also our time is wasted due to the follow ups for resolving and addressing the issue. I am very disappointed ,dissatisfied and deeply regret for having bought this car.

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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.

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.
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Tata Harrier Specifications

Engine CC 1956 cc
Mileage 15 Kmpl
Max Power 138 bhp
Max Torque 350 Nm
Fuel Diesel
Transmission Manual/ Automatic
Length/Width/Height 4598/1894/1706 mm
Boot Space 425 mm

Tata Harrier Features

  • Outer Mirrors with Logo Projection

  • 6 Airbags

  • Electronic Stability Programme

  • Reverse Parking Camera

  • Acoustics Tuned by JBL

  • Steering Wheel with Controls

  • Voice Recognition & Alerts

  • Panoramic Sunroof

  • 6 Way Power Adjustable Driver Seat with Adjustable Lumbar Support

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