The upgraded Tata Harrier was unveiled at Auto Expo 2020. The SUV’s deliveries have commenced across India.
The 2020 Tata Harrier has received an update that has brought in some really minor aesthetic tweaks but a more powerful motor that is also compliant with BSVI emission norms. Deliveries of the new model, which retails in a price range of Rs 13.69 lakh to Rs 20.25 lakh (ex-showroom, India), have now commenced.
The new Tata Harrier will receive its power from a more powerful BSVI diesel motor.
The updated Harrier will continue to receive its power from a Fiat-sourced 2.0-litre 4-cyl turbo oil burner, but this time around, the motor has been tuned to generate 170 PS (30PS higher than that of the BS4 one). Peak torque is pegged at 350 Nm. In addition to the 6-speed MT unit, now an optional 6-speed torque converter is also offered as well.
The new Harrier is equipped with a panoramic sunroof, 17-inch dual-tone diamond-cut alloy rims, which makes the SUV look sportier than the outgoing model. Other outstanding features include HID projector headlights, LED taillights, automatic wipers, an 8.8-inch floating touchscreen unit, a 7-inch semi-digital instrument cluster, a 9-speaker JBL sound system, automatic temperature control and a 6-way electrically-adjustable driver seat.
The feature list on offer is also more various as well.
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Tata vehicles are well-known for the high level of safety they offer and the Harrier is no exception in this aspect. The safety features on offer include 6 airbags, ABS with EBD, hill holder, hill descent control and reverse parking sensors. The orange paint scheme of the previous model has given way to a new Calypso Red colour. Moreover, the new Harrier is also offered with other colour options including Telesto Grey, Sparkle Cola. Orcus White and Atlas Black. With the laucnh of the new model, the most modern SUV in Tata Motors' lineup should come across as a stronger rival to the likes of Kia Seltos and MG Hector. The launch of the refreshed Harrier will be followed by the introduction of Gravitas, which is its 7-seater sibling.