The Harrier, an SUV designed to compete in India’s crowded and competitive SUV market, was introduced by Tata Motors on January 23. The widely expected SUV has been given an aggressive price tag, beginning at Rs. 12.69 lakhs for the XE trim level and going all the way up to Rs. 16.25 lakhs for the XZ model with the highest level of equipment (ex-showroom). There is only one engine-gearbox combination available for purchasers of the Harrier, and it is a 2.0-liter diesel engine that produces 140 horsepower and is coupled to a 6-speed manual transmission.
On the other hand, a model with seven seats and an automatic transmission will be available later on in this year. The Harrier is well-equipped as standard with equipment such as dual airbags, ABS, projector headlights with LED daytime running lights, power-adjustable wing mirrors, a 4-inch MID, and rear AC vents. Other standard features include a power-adjustable steering wheel and rear AC vents.
In addition to the features that come as standard, Tata is providing a comprehensive selection of optional extras for the Harrier. There is a comprehensive accessories list, and it can be found at any Tata dealership in the country. There is a wide selection of accessories available to choose from, including chrome garnishes, roof rails, and even a rear seat entertainment package.