This Ceramics-Protected Tata Harrier Looks HOT

by Jatin Chhibber | 14/11/2020
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Here's a red hot Tata Harrier which looks brand new after getting ceramic coating treatment that offers paint protection and gives a fresh look

Tata Harrier is one of the most capable SUVs in its segment. It is popular among the buyers for its robust built quality and aggressive looks. In its segment, it rivals with the likes of MG Hector and Jeep Compass. To make the Tata SUV look more shiny and eye-catching, many owners around the country have started opting for ceramic coating for Harrier. 

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There are several benefits of ceramic aka nano-coating. Ceramic paint saves your car from minor dents and scratches. It also preserves the showroom shine of a car. Direct sunlight or acid rain can damage the original paint of your car, so the ceramic coating also saves your vehicle from such natural calamities. After the nano-coating treatment, this Tata Harrier looks brand new.

The detailing job has been done by Snash Kannur. There are a lot of detailing studios around the country that offer this nano-coating treatment. Ceramic paint is much than the car wax and is also more reliable because the car wax gets diminished as soon as the car gets exposed to the weather. The nano-coating eliminates the need for using car wax because the regular wax offers less protection. Talking about Tata Harrier, the automaker has recently launched the new Camo edition of the SUV. This new edition of the SUV is known as Harrier Camo Edition.

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The Green coloured Tata Harrier looks similar to that of the Safari Amry Spec Edition, which the automaker manufactures for the Indian Army. In this new Green colour shade, Tata Harrier looks more appealing and aggressive. The new Camo Edition of Tata Harrier has been made by keeping in mind the rough and tough look of the SUV, and is being marketed as ‘The New King Of The Jungle’.  Talking about Tata Harrier, the SUV derives power from a 2.0-litre Kryotec diesel engine, which churns out power and torque outputs of 168bhp and 350 Nm. The engine comes coupled to a 6-speed MT or a 6-speed torque converter automatic gearbox. 
 

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