Take a look at this ownership review of the Tata Harrier as it is capable of clearing most of your doubts.
Tata Harrier is the brand’s flagship offering in the Indian market. It competes with the likes of Kia Seltos, MG Hector, Hyundai Creta, and Mahindra XUV500. The Harrier was launched for the first time in 2019 and received an update this year. With the update, it got itself a revamped feature list and a BS-6 compliant engine. But does it now gets rid of all the niggles? Well, only a Harrier owner can explain this. Thus, in the hunt to find out a relevant ownership review of the Tata Harrier, we came across a YouTube video where a Harrier owner shares his thoughts and experience of the SUV. This video was uploaded on the video-sharing platform by Ridiculously Amazing.
The Tata Harrier owner in the video has been driving the car for the past 2 months and has clocked over 11,000 km on the odometer. He initially thought of buying a new car and shortlisted the Tata Harrier and the MG Hector. However, the Hector was struck off the list for a few reasons, one of which was the slow touch response of its infotainment unit. Moreover, the Harrier owner claims that he felt the sunroof of the Hector feels smaller in comparison to the Harrier’s.
Talking of the past experience with the cars, the owner claims to have owned a slew of them. The list includes Maruti 800, Maruti WagonR, Maruti XL6, Toyota Fortuner, Tata Indigo, Renault Duster and more. According to him, the Harrier feels the most comfortable of all the cars that he has owned in the past. However, he adds that the second-row seat cannot be reclined, which comes up as a flaw. The traction control modes, on the other hand, are pretty useful when the going gets tough, the owner adds.
The host asks the owner if he is satisfied with the after-sales & service of Tata Motors, and the owner reverts with positive feedback. He claimed that he could also fetch out a MID-indicated mileage of 21 kmpl on Delhi-Agra expressway. The Harrier is sold in the Indian market at a starting price tag of Rs. 13.84 lakh and goes up to Rs. 20.30 lakh. It is offered with a 2.0L 4-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine that puts out a rated power output of 170 PS and max torque of 350 Nm. It comes mated to either a 6-speed MT or a 6-speed automatic gearbox.