Tata Motors offers discounts of up to Rs 65,000 on the Harrier to lure in more customers during the stiff competition with MG Hector and Kia Seltos.
Tata Harrier is facing the stiff competition in the mid-size SUVs segment with the arrivals of newer models like MG Hector and Kia Seltos. While the Kia Seltos is currently the fastest runners in the segment competition, the MG Hector also receives a phenomenal response from the Indian car aficionados. Combined with the sales slowdown in the country’s industry, sales of the Tata Harrier is tremendously affected. To boost up the sales volume of the Harrier, Tata has announced discounts for the SUV on a limited period.
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In an official video by Tata Motors, customers now can avail benefits of up to Rs 65,000 on the Tata Harrier. The exact details of the scheme are not revealed in the video so we suggest that you contact the nearest dealership for further information if you are interested in buying the vehicle.
Tata Harrier was launched in early this year, marking the debut of the all-new Omega Arc architecture in India.
Launched in early 2019, the Tata Harrier is now one of the strongest players in the company’s product range. The Harrier debuts the new Land Rover Discovery-derived Omega Arc platform in the market, even though it isn’t getting a 4x4 system. However, the SUV comes with a terrain response system instead, thereby helping the car deal with many challenging surfaces.
Sales of Tata Harrier is not really impressive these days that forces the carmaker to offer more beneifts on the vehicle.
The Tata Harrier gets the power from a Fiat-sourced 2.0-litre Multijet diesel engine only. It is the same one that also powers the MG Hector and Jeep Compass. The Harrier’s engine is capable of producing 140 PS of max power and 350 Nm of peak torque and comes linked to a 6-speed manual transmission. Notably, Tata is working on a BSVI-compliant version of the Harrier which was caught on test several times. The new BSVI-spec SUV will be launched in early 2020 and will deliver higher output as compared to the current model.
Tata is already gearing up for the seven-seat version of the Tata Harrier at the same time. Known as the Tata Buzzard, the Tata Harrier seven-seater will come to us next year with under a new moniker, alongside the BSVI version of Harrier.