Tata Harrier- All you need to know

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Tata Harrier- All you need to know
Tata Harrier

The Tata Harrier is a five-seater SUV which is among the bestselling SUVs in the country. There is no seven-seater variant as of now. Moreover, it also misses out on a petrol engine. The updated version of the Tata Harrier was launched in the market on February 22nd 2023. There are several notable changes that the 2023 Harrier received.

There are, however, other Tata cars that cater to different buyers with different preferences.

Given the price hike of 2023 models, the refreshed Tata Harrier won’t make your purchase some sort of an undervalue, as it now boasts competitive new-age features! And those newly added features are in terms of entertainment and safety.

That said, the indigenous carmaker also added the new ‘Red Dark Edition.’

So, if you are planning to buy an SUV in 2023, you should give a thought to the Tata Harrier as well.

Let’s begin knowing more about this SUV, then!


As indicated earlier, this vehicle is an updated iteration and facelifted versions don’t usually receive a revamped engine output. However, the Tata Harrier continues to be powered by a Kryotec 2.0-litre turbocharged diesel engine, which is tuned to churn out 167.67 bhp at 3750 rpm and 350 Nm of peak torque at 1750 rpm. This same diesel mill powers the Jeep Compass and the MG Hector.

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Further, this engine can be coupled with a six-speed manual or a six-speed torque converter in automatic transmission. For your reference, a torque converter automatic transmission is a popular choice among enthusiasts. So, if you love performance too, you shouldn’t miss out on the automatic version of the Tata Harrier. Check out the Harrier price on the autoX website.

Moreover, if you didn’t know this, the Tata Harrier is based on the re-engineered version of the JLR-designed D8 OmegaArc platform. Tata Motors revamped that D8 platform to make vehicles like the Harrier and Safari. However, the D8 platform underpins Land Rover Discovery Sport, Range Rover Evoque and the Jaguar E-Pace.

Apart from that, the handling of the Tata Harrier is taken care of by Independent Lower Wishbone McPherson Strut with Coil Spring and Antil Roll Bar at the front. As for the rear, this vehicle gets a Semi-Independent Twist Blade with Panhard Rod and Coil Spring. This Tata cars has proven to offer a comfortable ride quality and this homegrown SUV is designed by keeping the conditions of Indian roads in mind. Having said that, it should be safe to say that this vehicle can absorb the bumps from potholes and undulations with ease. You can, however, check out the Harrier review on the autoX website- so that you can understand how it feels like on the Indian tarmac.

Moreover, this suspension setup works in tandem with disc brakes (all wheels). Only the base model has the disc-drum setup, while the rest of the variants offer disc brakes. Speaking of brakes, these wheels can be controlled with power steering which has a tilt and telescopic function. This steering wheel has steering-mounted controls and from there you can control a few functions of the instrument cluster and the infotainment system. As we are nearing the user interaction subject, let’s jump to the specific section of the Tata Harrier’s features.


The Tata Harrier has a long list of features, as it offers a Harman-sourced 10.24-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and comes along with a JBL-sourced audio system. The layout of the audio system goes as four speakers with four tweeters plus a subwoofer, alongside an Amplifier. There are nine speakers in total. In addition, you also get a wireless phone charger, Bluetooth, USB (C-Type), and Auxiliary connectivities. You also get a 12V socket. Just so you know, front and rear passengers have their USB ports. Keeping these aside, the Tata Harrier has power windows (front and rear), electrically adjustable ORVMs, and an electrically-operated dual-pane panoramic sunroof. Keeping a safe night driving in mind, the Harrier has an auto-dimming inner rear view mirror (IRVM).

Other comfort and convenience features comprise air quality control, auto HVAC, front ventilated seats, adjustable headrests (all), seat lumbar support, memory seats (drive side only) with welcome function, centre console armrest with storage, etc. Furthermore, it offers leather upholstery seats, gear selector and steering wheel), drive modes, height adjustable front seats, and child seat anchorages.

As for exterior illumination, the Tata Harrier has projector headlamps with LED DRLs, paired with active cornering headlamps. It has automatic headlights as well.

As far as the drive engagement is concerned, the Tata Harrier has an analogue-digital instrument cluster which measures seven-inch in total, where most of the readings are digitally displayed. You can also adjust the brightness of the instrument cluster.

The 2023 Harrier also has mobile app connectivity and this feature can be enabled once the user installs the Tata in-house designed application on a smartphone. It will let the user check the live location of the car, last parked, speed and RPM dashboard, geo-fence, emergency calls, remote car lock/unlock, and remote car light flashing and honking, among others. Last but not least, it also shows the upcoming service(s) of your Tata Harrier.

On the safety front, the refreshed iteration of the Tata Harrier bags ABS with EBD, brake assist, ESP, traction control, hill hold control, and hill descent control. For the first time, the Tata Harrier boasts the ADAS feature. And, those ADAS features include lane departure warning, forward collision warning, high beam assist, blind spot detection, lane departure prevention, autonomous emergency braking (pedestrian and cyclist), rear cross-traffic alert, and traffic sign recognition, to name a few. It also has brake disc wiping, corner stability control, and rollover mitigation. For added safety, the Harrier has a Perimetric Alarm system as well. And for convenient driving and parking, this SUV has a 360-view camera, a blind spot monitor, and a rear camera with ultrasonic sensors.

Last but not least, the Tata Harrier has six airbags. In addition, it secured a five-star safety rating in the Global NCAP’s crash test.

Prices and Variants 

This homegrown SUV is sold in six broad trims: XE, XM, XMS, XT+, XZ, and XZ+. The recently launched ‘Red Dark’ and ‘Dark’ editions are exclusive to the top-most XZ+ trim. The Tata Harrier’s price starts at Rs 15 lakh for the base model, the XE, and goes up to Rs 24.07 lakh for the top model, the XZA Plus (O) Red Dark AT. All are ex-showroom prices, Delhi, as of February 2023. Please note that these prices are subject to change without any prior notice to the customer. However, you can always visit the autoX domain to check the latest location-based price list for your dream vehicle. For more, check out our site or connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, and YouTube, so that you can receive alerts for the latest job opportunities, online giveaways, and the latest automotive-related content.