While the Tata Harrier offers many features and creature-comforts in its top-spec trim, merely an addition of a sunroof helps it come across as a much more premium model
The Tata Harrier has been quick to garner quite a fanbase, with more than 10,000 bookings recorded ever since its launch in January 2019. Up to a certain point, the mid-size Tata SUV has kept a high profile in the market as it comes with a 'sizzling hot' exterior, a robust platform, a tried-and-tested engine, and many comfort- and convenience-enhancing features. The SUV's Optimal Modular Efficient Global Advanced (OMEGA) platform has been derived from the L550 architecture of the Land Rover Discovery Sports.
Tata Harrier becomes a big game challenger in the mid-size SUVs segment in the Indian car market
With this architecture, the Harrier shares its wheelbase of 2,741 mm with the Land Rover Discovery Sport while the overall length easily dwarfs many other models in this segment. Right from its launch, the Tata Harrier has become a favourite model for customers who have a keen interest in personalizing their car with the aftermarket features and body graphics. When it comes to a plethora of attractive accessories that one can select for his Harrier, the sunroof is, without doubts, the most interesting one that many customers would love to opt for. Here, on this page, you can check out a stunning Tata Harrier that has been given a sunroof that costs Rs. 25,000.
The Harrier looks "hot" with an after-market sunroof for which we may shell out Rs 25,000. The Harrier rivals the likes of Mahindra XUV500 and Jeep Compass.
Tata Motors is currently working on a seven-seater version of Harrier which is anticipated to go on sale by the year-end. Revealed at the recently-held 2019 Geneva International Motor show with the Buzzard nameplate, the seven-seater Harrier-based SUV sports a longer rear-end as compared to the regular model and could be dubbed the Tata Cassini in India. The Cassini will draw power from a Fiat-sourced 2.0-litre 4-cylinder diesel motor as seen in the Harrier but will enjoy a higher maximum power of 170 PS and a peak torque of 350 Nm. While the Tata Harrier is currently positioned between Rs 12.69- 16.25 Lakh (ex-showroom, India), the Cassini should cost at least a lakh rupees more than the comparable trim level of the Harrier.
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