Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Tata Harrier RoundUp: Prices, Review, Rivals, Variants, Features & More

Here’s everything you need to know about the Tata Harrier at one place

Tata Harrier RoundUp: Prices, Review, Rivals, Variants, Features & More

The Tata Harrier has stirred up the SUV segment in the Rs 10 lakh to Rs 20 lakh price bracket. It’s big, but it’s priced aggressively, with the base variant starting from Rs 12.69 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). In this report, we’ve compiled all our previous important stories of the Tata Harrier so that you don’t have to search for anything anywhere if you’re researching on the Harrier before buying.

  • Tata launched the new Harrier SUV in January 2019 with the prices ranging between Rs 12.69 lakh and Rs 16.25 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

  • Before you shortlist the Harrier, you should read our first drive review to see what makes this latest mid-size SUV such an appealing package.

  • Or, you can watch our first impressions of the Tata Harrier in this video here:

  • If you already know the basics and have already shortlisted the Harrier, our variants explained story will give you an idea about which variant amongst XE, XM, XT and XZ is the most value for money pick.

  • Picked the most suitable variant as per your needs?

  • Some of you might have picked the top variant for yourself. We think it might be a good idea to see what the Harrier looks like out and about in the real world.

  • Tata had been accepting advance bookings for the new Harrier a couple of weeks before launch. If you want to know how long you might have to wait to get delivery, especially if you book one now.

  • The new Tata Harrier will give some serious competition to its rivals in the mid-size SUV segment.

  • With a starting price of Rs 12.69 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), do you that the Harrier can also upset the competitors of the compact SUV segment below it? So how does it compare against the likes of the Hyundai Creta, Renault Captur and Nissan Kicks?

  • If you’re still confused between the XUV500 and the Harrier, you must read our variant wise comparison to help you decide which car is more value for money.

  • Buying the Creta instead? It won’t be a bad idea to find out how the comparable variants of the Creta and the Harrier compare against each other on the value for money chart.

  • Buying a big car like an SUV does not mean you’re not conscious about the running costs and fuel efficiency. You can read the mileage details of the new.

  • Tata also offers a host of accessories on the new Harrier, some useful while the rest are primarily cosmetic.

  • If you’re not sold on everything the new Tata Harrier has to offer, don’t cross it off your list just yet because the following is still to come.

Source: cardekho.com