The Tata Harrier is great buy if you are looking for a compact SUV with spacious interiors, feature packed trims and powerful engine. Today we have this Harrier which looks different with one simple change.
When Tata launched its Harrier SUV in January 2019, it immediately took the mantle of being the flagship for the Indian automaker. Tata had struggled to produce a true successor to the legendary Safari which was starting to feel dated. The brand launched the Safari Storme, the Aria and the Hexa as possible replacements but neither of them worked. The Harrier finally started a new era for Tata flagships, coming in with an all-new design and engines. Even though the Harrier isn’t the best seller in its segment, it manages more than respectable numbers. The Harrier also has been somewhat of a favourite among the aftermarket modifying and tuning company. Today we came across on such Harrier.
As you will see in the picture that has been uploaded by tataharrierowner, it is a Tata Harrier which gets body-coloured cladding replacing the blacked-out parts of the stock vehicle. Since it is an SUV, the black cladding in factory spec was made of plastic so reduce the amount of visible damage it can get if you’re going off-road. Also, the dual-tone scheme gives the vehicle a more purposeful stance. With this Harrier’s body-coloured cladding, it looks a bit more muted and being in white, gives it a very diplomat vehicle vibes. Overall, this certainly single shade scheme gives the Harrier a very different image compared to the normal dual-tone design.
Prices for the Tata Harrier range between Rs 13.84 lakh – Rs 20.30 lakh. Powering the butch SUV is an FCA-sourced 2.0 litre diesel making 170 PS and 350Nm of peak power and torque figures and is mated to a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed auto on the XM, XZ, and XZ+ trims. The Harrier comes equipped with climate control, keyless entry and go, tilt and telescopic steering adjustment, six-way power-adjustable driver's seat, auto headlamps, and wipers, panoramic sunroof, xenon projector lamps, 7-inch touchscreen infotainment with JBL audio, and semi-digital instrument cluster and it also just got launched in a Special Camo Edition which gets exclusive changes like a Camo green paint job, ‘Camo’ badging, and 17-inch Blackstone alloy wheels. The Camo theme continues in the interior with Benecke-Kaliko leather upholstery with Camo green stitching and a black-grey colour scheme with a black dash top.