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Tata Harrier Specs, Features Revealed Ahead Of January 2019 Launch

The Harrier misses out on a 4x4 system but gets terrain response modes

Tata Harrier Specs, Features Revealed Ahead Of January 2019 Launch
Tata Harrier Specs, Features Revealed Ahead Of January 2019 Launch
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2018-12-04T12:10:01+05:30

Details of Tata’s upcoming SUV, Harrier, have been under much speculation in the past months, but we finally have official word from Tata Motors on how things stand:

Powertrain

The Tata Harrier gets a 2.0-litre diesel engine that makes 140PS of max power and 350Nm of torque. All that output is transferred to the front wheels via a six-speed manual transmission. The Harrier with a petrol engine and automatic transmission will likely be launched later. The SUV will feature three driving modes: Eco, City and Sport, which control engine output. While a four-wheel-drive system is not available at this stage, the Harrier will have terrain response modes like Normal, Wet and Rough for taking on difficult terrain. Both, the driving modes and terrain response modes are married to each other and work in tandem.

Dimensions 

Features

The Harrier will be offered with a host of features which include:

Safety Features

  • 6 airbags - Driver & front passenger airbags, seat side airbags, curtain airbags

  • Seat belt reminder - Driver + Co-driver

  • Speed sensing auto door locks

  • Isofix  child seat mounts

  • Front fog lamps with cornering feature

  • Lock out prevention

  • ESP which includes - Anti-Lock Braking System, Electronic Brake Force Distribution, Corner Stability Control, Off Road ABS, Electronic Traction Control, Electronic Stability Control, Hill Hold Control, Hill Descent Control, Roll Over Mitigation, Brake Disc Wiping, Electronic Brake Pre-fill, Hydraulic Brake Assist,  Hydraulic Fading Compensation, Dynamic Wheel Torque by Brake

Other Features

  • Automatic climate control

  • Front fog lamps

  • LED DRLs

  • Turning indicators on outer mirrors

  • Puddle lamps

  • Rear defogger

  • Automatic Xenon HID projector headlamps with follow me home feature

  • LED tail lamps

  • 8 way adjustable driver seat

  • Theatre dimming

  • Glovebox with removable tray

  • Cooled storage box

  • Specially designed tablet and smartphone storage spaces

  • 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Aux, USB and Bluetooth Connectivity

  • Android Auto/Apple CarPlay(to be introduced shortly)

  • 9JBL speakers (4 speakers + 4 tweeters & subwoofer) with amplifier

  • Steering mounted controls

  • Tilt and telescopic adjustable steering

  • Push button start

  • Electrically adjustable & foldable ORVMs

  • Fast charging for smartphones - front and rear

  • Rear AC vents

  • Electric tailgate release

  • Cruise control

  • Rain sensing wiper

  • Rear wiper & washer

All these features will be present in the top-of-the-line XZ variant. As per reports, the Harrier will also be available in XE, XM and XT variants. The Harrier is likely to be priced between Rs 16-21 lakh (ex-showroom). The Tata Harrier’s media drive will be conducted in the coming days and that is when we will be able to tell you how it will stack up against its competition, which is primarily the Jeep Compass. Stay tuned to CarDekho for more updates.


Source: cardekho.com

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