Tata Harrier is the SUV that every car-enthusiast loves and wants in his/her garage. Recently the updated BS6 iteration of the SUV was introduced which now also gets an automatic variant. Here are the top 7 Tata Harrier Pros and Cons that you should definitely check out.
The Tata Harrier is one of the top-selling SUVs out there in the market and has a special space in the hearts of automotive enthusiasts. The Tata Harrier rivals the SUVs like Kia Seltos, Hyundai Creta, Jeep Compass, and the MG Hector. Here are the top 7 Tata Harrier Pros and Cons that will give you a better idea.
Tata Harrier Pros
- Attractive Styling and Amazing Road Presence
Whether it’s the sleek DRLs or the aggressive hood design, the Harrier’s front looks definitely dominating and humongous. The placing of headlamps is what makes it more attractive and eye-catchy. The Tata Harrier could be the proper definition of the word rugged. Coming to the rear, the tail lamps are as attractive as the headlamps. These lamps are visual treat, all thanks to their sleek and seamless design.
- Smooth Automatic Transmission System
The all-new 6-speed automatic transmission system in the Tata Harrier performs decently in terms of sensing the throttle input to provide the car with linear power delivery. The gear shifts are pretty smooth and engage seamlessly and make your drive easier in traffic. As we are talking about the automatic transmission, there is no need for constant braking while driving the automatic version of the car.
- Powerful Engine
This car has got a 2.0-litre BS-6 diesel engine which now boasts a peak power output of 170PS. The torque output, however, remains the same at 350 Nm. For those who are more into powerful engines and need more horsepower in their car, then the Tata Harrier automatic could be their go-to SUV in this segment.
- Spacious Cabin and Decent Storage Spaces
The Harrier has got electric controls for the driver’s seat, an auto-dimming inner rearview mirror, a panoramic sunroof, and aerodynamic door mirrors, although these are some of the fantastic features of this car, however, space is what it has to be its plus point. All the comparisons have shown that the Tata Harrier is more spacious than most of its rivals, whether Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, or even the Jeep Compass. If we talk about the interior storage the car gets a lot, you will see a small cubby ahead of the gear lever, cup-holders behind the gear shifter, a centre armrest behind it, deep door pads, and a glove box. All this makes the Harrier a much more practical vehicle than its rivals.
Tata Harrier Cons
- Slow Infotainment System
The infotainment system which you will see in the Tata Harrier definitely lacks finesse, you will feel the absence of an even bigger screen and a smooth touchscreen for better touch responses. The graphics are also not up to the mark and feel a bit outdated compared to its rivals’ infotainment systems. The resolution of the video from the reverse camera could be benefitted from a higher resolution.
- Fit and Finish Issues
While the Tata Harrier is definitely a nicely built car, there are a number of issues with the fit and finish inside the cabin. You will notice a misalignment section that runs through the door onto the dashboard. Apart from this the quality of the steering controls and horn could have been designed with better quality material. This is the sector where the car stands low as compared to its rivals.
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