The Tata Harrier is the most awaited of launches from the company’s stable. The Harrier SUV looks great and comes with a ton of features but how is it to drive. Well, here’s our review.
The Tata Harrier has been the talk of the town and ever since the company showcased the H5X concept at the 2018 Auto Expo. The Harrier comes after years of research and development which shows how hard the company has worked to getting things right. It’s all part of the company’s strategy of bringing the right product at the right time and yes an SUV was something that the company needed because, well, it already had the expertise in it. Tata Motors is no stranger to SUVs and the fact that cars like the Sierra, Safari and even the best-selling Nexonhave done well in the market, it was high time the company upped the ante with all that experience. And finally, here it is, the all new Tata Harrier.
The Harrier looks almost the same as the concept, with design cues carried over almost intact and that’s a big thumbs up for the company. Some of the styling elements of course have been toned down but the form and style now makes it even more attractive. What is impressive on the Harrier is the high-mounted grille and the strips of LED lighting positioned at the base of the bonnet. This styling is true to the emerging global trend where we see slimmer lights up top and the Harrier follows it to the ‘T’. Mind you, the DRLs are standard but the LED bulbs are only available on the top-end model. Tata has moved the main headlights below these LED elements which is a rather interesting design touch. These headlamps are Xenon HID projector lamps but even the base variant gets projector headlamps which is impressive. One of the big highlights though is the prominent, three-dimensional ‘humanity line’ front grille which shows us the company’s newest approach to vehicle design – the’ Impact 2.0′.
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The Tata Harrier is the most awaited of launches from the company’s stable. The Harrier SUV looks great and comes with a ton of features but how is it to drive. Well, here’s our review