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Tata Harrier ex-showroom price starts at ₹ 13.84 Lakh and goes upto ₹ 20.3 Lakh. The top variant Tata Harrier on road price is ₹ 23.59 Lakh*. Tata offers Harrier in 25 variants

Variant Ex-Showroom Specification Compare

Harrier XE

13.84 Lakh 1956 cc, Diesel, 15 Kmpl, Manual

Harrier XM

15.15 Lakh 1956 cc, Diesel, 15 Kmpl, Manual

Harrier XT

16.4 Lakh 1956 cc, Diesel, 15 Kmpl, Manual

Harrier XMA

16.4 Lakh 1956 cc, Diesel, 15 Kmpl, Automatic

Harrier XT Dark Edition

16.5 Lakh 1956 cc, Diesel, 15 Kmpl, Manual

Harrier XT CAMO Edition

16.5 Lakh 1956 cc, Diesel, 15 Kmpl, Manual

Harrier XT Plus

16.99 Lakh 1956 cc, Diesel, 15 Kmpl, Manual

Harrier XT Plus CAMO Edition

17.3 Lakh 1956 cc, Diesel, 15 Kmpl, Manual

Harrier XT Plus Dark Edition

17.3 Lakh 1956 cc, Diesel, 15 Kmpl, Manual

Harrier XZ

17.65 Lakh 1956 cc, Diesel, 15 Kmpl, Manual

Harrier XZ Dual Tone

17.75 Lakh 1956 cc, Diesel, 15 Kmpl, Manual

Harrier XZ Dark Edition

17.85 Lakh 1956 cc, Diesel, 15 Kmpl, Manual

Harrier XZ CAMO Edition

17.85 Lakh 1956 cc, Diesel, 15 Kmpl, Manual

Harrier XZ Plus

18.9 Lakh 1956 cc, Diesel, 15 Kmpl, Manual

Harrier XZA

18.95 Lakh 1956 cc, Diesel, 15 Kmpl, Automatic

Harrier XZ Plus Dual Tone

19 Lakh 1956 cc, Diesel, 15 Kmpl, Automatic

Harrier XZA Dual Tone

19.05 Lakh 1956 cc, Diesel, 15 Kmpl, Automatic

Harrier XZ Plus CAMO Edition

19.1 Lakh 1956 cc, Diesel, 15 Kmpl, Manual

Harrier XZ Plus Dark Edition

19.1 Lakh 1956 cc, Diesel, 15 Kmpl, Manual

Harrier XZA CAMO Edition

19.15 Lakh 1956 cc, Diesel, 15 Kmpl, Automatic

Harrier XZA Dark Edition

19.15 Lakh 1956 cc, Diesel, 15 Kmpl, Automatic

Harrier XZA Plus

20 Lakh 1956 cc, Diesel, 15 Kmpl, Automatic

Harrier XZA Plus Dual Tone

20.2 Lakh 1956 cc, Diesel, 15 Kmpl, Automatic

Harrier XZA Plus CAMO Edition

20.3 Lakh 1956 cc, Diesel, 15 Kmpl, Automatic

Harrier XZA Plus Dark Edition

20.3 Lakh 1956 cc, Diesel, 15 Kmpl, Automatic

Tata Harrier Price

XE

Ex-showroom 13,84,000
Insurance 37,554
RTO Amount 1,73,000
TCS 13,840
Est On-Road Price* 16.08 Lakh

XM

Ex-showroom 15,15,000
Insurance 41,065
RTO Amount 1,89,375
TCS 15,150
Est On-Road Price* 17.61 Lakh

XT

Ex-showroom 16,40,000
Insurance 44,418
RTO Amount 2,05,000
TCS 16,400
Est On-Road Price* 19.06 Lakh

XMA

Ex-showroom 16,40,000
Insurance 44,418
RTO Amount 2,05,000
TCS 16,400
Est On-Road Price* 19.06 Lakh
Ex-showroom 16,50,000
Insurance 44,687
RTO Amount 2,06,250
TCS 16,500
Est On-Road Price* 19.17 Lakh
Ex-showroom 16,50,000
Insurance 44,687
RTO Amount 2,06,250
TCS 16,500
Est On-Road Price* 19.17 Lakh
Ex-showroom 16,99,000
Insurance 46,000
RTO Amount 2,12,375
TCS 16,990
Est On-Road Price* 19.74 Lakh
Ex-showroom 17,30,000
Insurance 46,832
RTO Amount 2,16,250
TCS 17,300
Est On-Road Price* 20.1 Lakh
Ex-showroom 17,30,000
Insurance 46,832
RTO Amount 2,16,250
TCS 17,300
Est On-Road Price* 20.1 Lakh

XZ

Ex-showroom 17,65,000
Insurance 47,770
RTO Amount 2,20,625
TCS 17,650
Est On-Road Price* 20.51 Lakh
Ex-showroom 17,75,000
Insurance 48,038
RTO Amount 2,21,875
TCS 17,750
Est On-Road Price* 20.63 Lakh
Ex-showroom 17,85,000
Insurance 48,307
RTO Amount 2,23,125
TCS 17,850
Est On-Road Price* 20.74 Lakh
Ex-showroom 17,85,000
Insurance 48,307
RTO Amount 2,23,125
TCS 17,850
Est On-Road Price* 20.74 Lakh
Ex-showroom 18,90,000
Insurance 51,122
RTO Amount 2,36,250
TCS 18,900
Est On-Road Price* 21.96 Lakh

XZA

Ex-showroom 18,95,000
Insurance 51,256
RTO Amount 2,36,875
TCS 18,950
Est On-Road Price* 22.02 Lakh
Ex-showroom 19,00,000
Insurance 51,390
RTO Amount 2,37,500
TCS 19,000
Est On-Road Price* 22.08 Lakh
Ex-showroom 19,05,000
Insurance 51,524
RTO Amount 2,38,125
TCS 19,050
Est On-Road Price* 22.14 Lakh
Ex-showroom 19,10,000
Insurance 51,658
RTO Amount 2,38,750
TCS 19,100
Est On-Road Price* 22.2 Lakh
Ex-showroom 19,10,000
Insurance 51,658
RTO Amount 2,38,750
TCS 19,100
Est On-Road Price* 22.2 Lakh
Ex-showroom 19,15,000
Insurance 51,791
RTO Amount 2,39,375
TCS 19,150
Est On-Road Price* 22.25 Lakh
Ex-showroom 19,15,000
Insurance 51,791
RTO Amount 2,39,375
TCS 19,150
Est On-Road Price* 22.25 Lakh
Ex-showroom 19,99,500
Insurance 54,058
RTO Amount 2,49,937
TCS 19,995
Est On-Road Price* 23.23 Lakh
Ex-showroom 20,20,000
Insurance 54,608
RTO Amount 2,52,500
TCS 20,200
Est On-Road Price* 23.47 Lakh
Ex-showroom 20,30,000
Insurance 54,876
RTO Amount 2,53,750
TCS 20,300
Est On-Road Price* 23.59 Lakh
Ex-showroom 20,30,000
Insurance 54,876
RTO Amount 2,53,750
TCS 20,300
Est On-Road Price* 23.59 Lakh

Latest Update on Harrier

The Tata Harrier has been launched in India at a starting price of 12.69 lakh for the base XE variant which goes all the way up to 16.25 lakh for the top-end XZ variant. Tata will be offering the Harrier in India in four variants, prices of which are below. Tata Harrier is based on the OMEGA platform which is a derivative of Land Rover's D8 platform which underpinned the Freelander 2 and was modified for the Discovery Sport. Besides that, the Harrier also debuts Tata's new IMPACT 2.0 design philosophy and stands true to the H5X concept which was unveiled at the 2018 Auto Expo. The Harrier is not only larger in dimensions than its key rivals- the Nissan Kicks and Hyundai Creta, but also has the largest footprint in its segment. The first thing which is an instant takeaway for the Harrier is the design. The Tata Harrier is an urban SUV and the design justifies that to its best. Up front, it looks butch having a high hood-line and housing a wide grille with LED Daytime running lamps at corners and the projector headlamps have been positioned just below them. The side profile of the Harrier too looks flamboyant thanks to the exaggerated wheel arches and bold claddings and the rear profile complements the overall design with embodying sharp creases on the tailgate as well as the taillamps along with bold elements such as wide claddings.

Harrier_front_view

The large footprint of the Tata Harrier translates into a spacious cabin. Now what adds to the package is the quality of materials and finish of the cabin. Everything from the oak wood palette used on the dash and grab handles to the soft touch upholstery feel plush and better than its class. Aesthetically the cabin of the Harrier too looks alluring and uncluttered, be it the wraparound dash with a binnacle line running the width of the cabin or the 8.8-inch floating touchscreen which is high on functionality and eliminates many buttons. The Tata Harrier at 425 litres has the biggest boot space too of them all with all seats up which can be further expanded to 800 litres.

Harrier_back_view

The Tata Harrier is laden with all the segment standard features on the outside as well as on the inside. Features like LED Daytime Running Lights (DRLs), HID Xenon headlamps, height-adjustable driver's seat and keyless entry are standard from the base XE variant while the top-end XZ variant is equipped with terrain drive modes, auto climate control, engine start-stop, 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system which supports smartphone connectivity and is linked to JBL sourced surround sound system with nine speakers and an amplifier, logo projection on the outer mirrors and more. Moreover, safety features like dual airbags and ABS with EBD are standard across variants while the top-end variant also gets features like electronic stability control (ESC), mitigation control, hill assist and brake assist. The Tata Harrier is powered by the Fiat-sourced 2.0-litre, four-cylinder diesel engine that Tata claims is built on the low friction valve train architecture for better refinement and efficiency. This engine churns out 138 bhp and 350 Nm of peak torque and is mated to a six-speed manual gearbox. Tata Motors is also planning to add an automatic variant at a later date and will be sourcing the automatic gearbox from Hyundai. Like the Hexa, even the Harrier gets multi-drive modes which are coupled with a terrain response system.

Tata Harrier Engine Specifications & Transmission

Tata Harrier  Kryotec, 2.0L Turbocharged Engine
Displacement (CC) 1956 CC
No Of Cylinder 4
Power 138 bhp@3750rpm
Torque 350 Nm@1750rpm
Gear Box 6-Speed MT
Mileage 50.0 kmpl 

Upcoming Tata Models are the New Tigor EV, Altroz EV and HBX

Tata Harrier Mileage

Mileage
15Kmpl
41%better mileage than other SUV
50.0 L Fuel Tank Capacity

Tata Harrier mileage is 15 Kmpl, as per ARAI. The Manual Diesel engine has a mileage of 15 Kmpl. The Automatic Diesel engine has a mileage of 15 Kmpl.

Fuel TypeTransmissionMileage
Diesel Manual 15 Kmpl
Diesel Automatic 15 Kmpl

User Reviews on Tata Harrier

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am Vishnu from bangalore I have purchased a New Tata Harrier XZ Car from Kropex Auto Pvt Ltd, Hosur Road Showroom on 13.06.2019. I regret to inform that on 11.09.2019 around 9:00 Am , we noticed that heavy white smoke coming from Engine while driving on Electronic City flyover. Immediately we stopped the vehicle and informed to Kropex sevice center and Highway Patrol. The Tata Road side assistance Boy came and informed us to leave the vehicle in kropex Service center in order to check the problem. The car was in Kropex Service center for 2 days on 11.09.2019 and 12.09.2019 . I was informed that there was a problem in the clutch plates and were replaced. Meanwhile 2nd free service was also done during this same time. We got our vehicle delivered on 13.09.2019 evening after confirmation that the problem was attended and resolved and also 2nd free servicing. The car was taken out only on 14.09.2019 evening for a drive after it returned from servicing on 13.09.2019 evening. Yet again the same problem arised on 14.09.2019 evening around 7.00 PM near Attibele Toll gate . The clutch and gear got jammed and heavy smoke came out from the engine. All the family members were in the car. Immediately all came out and parked vehicle. The issue was again informed to Kropex Service and also complained to Tata Customer care regarding the same. There was a heavy smoke coming out from engine continuously till 30 mins. The road side assistance person arrived after 1.30 hours of informing the issue and has taken the vehicle again for checking the problem. The same issue has happened again which only means that there is a lacuna in addressing and resolving the issue which had happened on 11.09.2019. We can come to conclusion that nothing had been resolved during the 2 days 11.09.2019 and 12.09.2019 wherein the car was at service center only. It is really shocking to me and my family members , and are fearing about travelling in this car. It is a brand new car and hardly 3 months old which is purchased on a loan. I am mentally distressed due to the above issue . We had our plans for long weekend trips . But in case the same issue happens in middle of journey , it ruins the entire peace of family. Also our time is wasted due to the follow ups for resolving and addressing the issue. I am very disappointed ,dissatisfied and deeply regret for having bought this car.
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Dear On ( 16-05-2019 ) i purchased a brand new ( Tata harrier xz 2019 make -veer motor , chunna bhatti bhopal, madhya pradesh ) from u .upon driving the car ,after 7 months i discovered ( suspension is not working properly and some oil leakage from suspension chamber ) I am very disappointed and shocked from what happened and i find the situation very irritating . New cars are not simply do that . While I understood manufacturing errors do happen ,still i cant comprehend the fact that the car was not tested before handover .this is not the type of product i would have expected from a manufacturer of your size and reputation. I demand (replacement of car ,fixing of the problem ,refund etc ) compensation for the waste of time and my hard earned money . Enclose with this letter are copies of the registration card and other related documents for your reference . My expectation are high ,please don’t disappoint me again . Awaiting your reply and action Regards Deepak mishra Address-b 303 yashoda parishar kolar road bhopal
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I have been waiting for this car since AutoExpo 2018. And I have become the 75th customer in entire country (and obviously in entire world) to buy this vehicle. But I have made inquiries into other cars in this segment. That is the competitors of Harrier. They are Jeep Compass and XUV 500. I have removed Hyundai Tucson from this list as it is heavily priced for the performance and features it provides. First I have eliminated XUV500. The car is extremely spacious and extremely light to handle easily. But I did not like 1. The looks of XUV500 W11, both exterior and interior compared to Harrier or Compass. 2. Sound system is pretty ordinary too, compared to Compass and Harrier. 3. The horse power is bit higher for XUV500 compared to Harrier (comes into play after a speed of 120kmph - which I have no intentions of crossing on Indian road conditions). 4. And it has got sunroof (which is awkwardly placed between the front and rear seats inaccessible to either row). 5. And it has got disc brakes for all wheels (which is not a necessity to me, until the braking does the sudden halts for me efficiently). Then I have had tough time to eliminate Jeep Compass. Because the built and looks of Compass are exceptionally great. The quality reminded me of Benz, BMW premium cars in terms of drive quality, NVH levels in cabin, suspension, heavy and safe feeling inside the car. Overall there are lots of premium touches for Compass.The reasons for eliminating Compass are: 1. The base variant Compass Sport on road price is 20.5 lakhs - the same price as top variant of Harrier XZ. 2. The safety features provided in Harrier like ESP, Corner stability, Roll over mitigation control, 6 air bags are provide in compass starting from Compass Limited 4x4 edition which is priced at 27 lakhs on road. 3. Even if I go with Compass Sport, basic requirements like good leather seats, reverse parking camera, reverse parking sensors, fog lamps, projector headlamps etc should be bought as additional accessories - despite shelling 20.5 lakhs. 4. Space of Compass is enough for 5 people, but the rear seats are uncomfortably vertical, causing pains and cramps in abdomen for a bit fat people on long drives. So I bought Harrier XZ and got it delivered on Feb 10th 2019 and roamed more than 5000 kms till date. The following are pros and cons I have observed. Pros: 1. The turning radius is very good. 2. The hydraulic steering gives wonderful control on the car. Even at low speeds, the steering is not heavy. 3. Very comfortable seats even for a huge person. For long drives these are very apt. 4. Excellent infotainment system. Sound system is extraordinary. The touch panel is very responsive and feather touch. Android Autoplay works brilliantly. The dashboard just behind steering is very helpful to check distance to empty, mileage the car is returning. 5. Air conditioning for both front and rear is brilliant. 6. Braking is excellent and adequate even in high speeds (though rear brakes are drum cylinder brakes). Had an unfortunate chance of testing Corner stability Program. A sudden turn by a biker on highway made me steer hard right. CSP immediatley kicked in and safely did the turn in opposite direction and turned me on to highway after crossing the obstacle. 7. ESP programs all are efficient and highly useful. Because of the drive modes, I have an experience of driving 3 different cars as economy mode converts the car engine power to 110 PS, city mode to 125 PS and Sport mode to 140 PS. 8. Enormous boot space - I have literally packed my family's (consists of 5 adults) entire clothes packed into the boot. Nothing more to say. Cons: 1. Front view of the car is bit dull and not so eye catching. The tata logo doesn't help much either to cotradict. The car catches eye only when the side or back of the car comes into view. 2. The right side ORVM clubbed with the A pillar creates a huge blindspot. Twice I almost had an accident, and once I gave a slight nudge to a scooterist. 3. The Xenon HID projector headlamps are very bright, but when faced with beam lights of opposite vehicles, some blindspots are created. Need extra LED lights to be installed if you are regular in driving on highways, which don't cover opposite vehicle beam lights. Overall Performance: The handling of the car in any road conditions is excellent in this price range. Whether it be braking, suspension or steering control, everything is exceptional about this car. Talk about comfort, and there is no better seating than Harrier (except of middle person in rear seat). The pickup of the car is magnificient in sport mode. Not so exciting in other driving modes. And coming to mileage, I have travelled from Vijayawada to Tirupati a distance of 450 kms and it cost me 30 litres of diesel at speeds of 120 kmph on highways. This care is built for long drives and it shows. After sale services: Surprised to say this, but the after sale service of Tata is very good. Very good is a huge leap from very bad in terms of servie of Tata in passenger vehicle segment. The approach to customer and his concerns has changed a lot. They have been provocative all the time in resolving small issues I had initially. And door delivery service, suggestions of what kind of service is apt for the car condition has been excellent so far. Overall, I am happy with customer service till date.
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Tata Harrier Expert Review

The Tata Harrier came with many firsts for the home-grown automaker in India. It was the first 5-seater compact SUV from the carmaker, the first SUV to be built on the company's new OMEGA platform, and the first SUV to employ Tata Motors Impact 2.0 design philosophy. However, it lacked few premium creature comforts that its rivals were already offering, and it was launched with only a diesel-manual option. After a year in the market the company finally decided to change things and earlier this year, along with an updated BS6 compliant engine, the Harrier also got an automatic option and few new premium features.

Design

The Tata Harrier sticks to its original IMPACT 2.0 design which is good as that macho appeal with curvaceous proportions has been well acclaimed. That said, there is a fresh aura around it because of this new dual-tone Calypso Red paint with gloss black roof. In fact, the entire body colour range has been updated and there are now five colours to choose from- Cocoa Sparkle, Tolesto Grey, Black Dark Edition, Orcus White and of course this Calypso Red. The chrome around the headlamps and DRLs along with the grille and the new 17-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels add a touch of premium-ness to the SUV.

Cabin

The cabin is a little low-slung, somewhat sporty and the floating roof effect is a cool touch. This bold chrome finishes really adds to the look too and is not exaggerated. There's also a lot of cladding at the base of the doors, while the exaggerated wheel arches give it a butch look and add mass to the SUV. The BS6 model added some new features to the mix like a panoramic sunroof, along with a 6-way power-adjustable driver's seat and auto-dimming rearview mirror. There is also an AdBlue solution gauge on the instrument panel right under the rev counter. Of course, there's the 8.8-inch touchscreen system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto Connectivity system, auto climate control and a 9-speaker JBL sound system. There's still no connected car tech on it though. We've seen it on the Nexon EV from the company and not having it in the Harrier where almost the majority of rivals are offering, is a big miss in our opinion.

Driving Experience

Under the hood, there's still the Fiat-sourced 2.0-litre, four-cylinder engine which is now BS6 compliant. At 168 bhp it belts out about 30 bhp more while the torque remains the same at 350 Nm. It's mated to a brand new 6-speed automatic transmission sourced from Hyundai and that will be our main focus for this drive. The 350 nm of torque kicks into this turbocharged unit at just about 1800 rpm and the low-end torque provides a linear power delivery. It has a strong mid-range too. There's only a 6-speed manual on offer and there's no automatic for the time being. The gear shifts with ease but it takes a bit of effort to slot them in place. Movement from 2 to 3rd and back is where you feel a bit of jerk. The clutch is nice and light, but the travel is quite a lot and not great in traffic conditions.

On the other hand, the automatic version feels a bit friskier in the way it delivers the power when you compare it to the manual transmission. There is just a bit of hesitation when you kick down, after which it takes off and power build-up is right up to 3800 rpm, offering a good mid-range. There is ample torque at the low end too kicking in at just below 1800 rpm. While the top end has improved marginally with that slight upsurge in power output, it is still not fond of being revved hard. The Harrier impresses with its supple ride quality as well. The suspension soaks up bumps quite well and as it's a big car and there's a hint of body roll when cornering at high speeds but still it's not unnerving.

Safety

There are enough electronics on-board ensuring stability. Standard features include Traction Control, Rollover Mitigation, Electronic Stability Program and Corner Stability Control among others. Though the brakes feel spongy and we hoped it had a better bite to it. While ABS with EBD and dual airbags remain standard, in higher variants you also get six airbags, ISOFIX child seat anchorage, Terrain response modes, off-road ABS and more.

Price

The Tata Harries is offered in six key variants - XE, XM, XT, XT+, XZ, and XZ+ and additionally, you get automatic options for XM, XZ and XZ+ trims along with special edition and dual-tone models that cumulatively offer up to 25 different trims to choose from. All these trims are priced between Rs. 13.84 lakh to Rs. 20.30 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). At this price it's base trim is over Rs. 1 lakh more expensive than its closest rival the MG Hector, while the top-end trim is almost Rs. 2.2 lakh more expensive. In fact, compared to the Hector offers more features, gets multiple powertrain choices, over the Harrier's diesel-only strategy, and it also gets a connected car system. The Harrier is also substantially more expensive than the Hyundai Creta and Kia Seltos.

Pros & Cons of Harrier

pros

Pros

  • Bold SUV design with decent styling

  • Spacious cabin with a sporty interior

  • Powerful diesel engine with AT option

cons

Cons

  • Could do with more automatic variants

  • Lacks a lot of features compared to rivals

  • Could do with more aggressive pricing

Final Verdict on Harrier

Verdict

While the Tata Harrier is quite a capable SUV, compared to its current rivals, it doesn’t seem to offer enough value. Yes, with the BS6 update you now get a panoramic sunroof, 6-way power-adjustable driver's seat and auto-dimming rearview mirror, but right now, it might feel too little, too late. However, if you are looking for a solid SUV with a powerful engine, along with impressive road presence and decent creature comforts the Harrier makes for a worthy choice. Otherwise, you can do for the Hyundai Creta or Kia Seltos that offer great value, or spend a little more the get the Jeep Compass that also get 4x4 as an option along with a petrol engine.

Tata Harrier Specifications

Engine CC 1956 cc
Mileage 15 Kmpl
Max Power 138 bhp
Max Torque 350 Nm
Fuel Diesel
Transmission मैन्युअल/ आटोमेटिक
Length/Width/Height 4598/1894/1706 mm
Boot Space 425 mm

Tata Harrier Features

  • Outer Mirrors with Logo Projection

  • 6 Airbags

  • Electronic Stability Programme

  • Reverse Parking Camera

  • Acoustics Tuned by JBL

  • Steering Wheel with Controls

  • Voice Recognition & Alerts

  • Panoramic Sunroof

  • 6 Way Power Adjustable Driver Seat with Adjustable Lumbar Support

Tata Harrier Colors

Tata Harrier Calypso Red

Calypso Red
Available for all variants.

Tata Harrier Telesto Grey

Telesto Grey
Available for all variants.

Tata Harrier Orcus White

Orcus White
Available for all variants.

Tata Harrier Atlas Black

Atlas Black
Available for all variants.

Tata Harrier Sparkle Cocoa

Sparkle Cocoa
Available for all variants.

Tata Harrier FAQs

  • What is the on road and ex- showroom price of Harrier?

    The on-road price (Delhi) starts from Rs. 16.08 Lakh and the showroom price (Delhi) starts from Rs. 13.84 Lakh
  • What are the colors available in Tata Harrier?

    Tata Harrier offers 5 colors - Calypso Red, Telesto Grey, Orcus White, Atlas Black and Sparkle Cocoa
  • What is the mileage of Tata Harrier?

    Tata Harrier offers a mileage of 15 kmpl according to ARAI
  • What is the price for the top vairant of Tata Harrier?

    The top variant for Tata Harrier is Harrier XZA Plus Dark Edition priced at Rs. 20.30 Lakh (ex-showroom)
  • Which car is better between Harrier vs MG Hector?

    Harrier starts at a price of Rs. 16.08 Lakh that offers a 1956 cc engine with a mileage of 15 kmpl whereas Hector is priced at Rs. 12.74 Lakh and comes with 1451 cc engine with a mileage of 17.41 kmpl, for a detailed comparison visit Tata Harrier vs MG Hector Comparison

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13,84,000
(Ex-Showroom Price New Delhi)
Displacement
1956 CC
Power
138 bhp
Mileage
15 Kmpl
Transmission
मैन्युअल

Mahindra XUV500

13,58,000
(Ex-Showroom Price New Delhi)
Displacement
2179 CC
Power
153 bhp@3750 rpm
Mileage
13.6 Kmpl
Transmission
Manual

MG Hector

12,89,800
(Ex-Showroom Price New Delhi)
Displacement
1451 CC
Power
141 bhp@5000 rpm
Mileage
14.16 Kmpl
Transmission
Manual

Isuzu D-Max V-Cross

16,54,783
(Ex-Showroom Price New Delhi)
Displacement
2499 CC
Power
134 bhp@3600 rpm
Mileage
14.4 Kmpl
Transmission
Manual

Mahindra TUV300 Plus

9,92,748
(Ex-Showroom Price New Delhi)
Displacement
2179 CC
Power
120 bhp@4000 rpm
Mileage
17 Kmpl
Transmission
Manual

Force Motors Gurkha

9,75,000
(Ex-Showroom Price New Delhi)
Displacement
2596 CC
Power
85 bhp@3200 rpm
Mileage
17 Kmpl
Transmission
Manual

Nissan Kicks

9,49,990
(Ex-Showroom Price New Delhi)
Displacement
1498 CC
Power
104 bhp@5600 rpm
Mileage
14.23 Kmpl
Transmission
Manual

Mahindra Bolero

7,76,550
(Ex-Showroom Price New Delhi)
Displacement
2523 CC
Power
75 bhp@3600 rpm
Mileage
16 Kmpl
Transmission
Manual

Mahindra Bolero Camper

7,34,717
(Ex-Showroom Price New Delhi)
Displacement
2523 CC
Power
62 bhp@3200 rpm
Mileage
13.86 Kmpl
Transmission
Manual

Isuzu D-Max

6,87,000
(Ex-Showroom Price New Delhi)
Displacement
2499 CC
Power
134 bhp@3600 rpm
Mileage
14.4 Kmpl
Transmission
Manual

Calculate EMI for Harrier

location
Price 20,30,000 (Ex-showroom price in New Delhi)
60 Months
%
  • Loan Amount
    12,46,000
  • Interest Payable
    1,38,000
  • Total loan payment
    13,84,000
EMI
Per/Month
25,865
Calculated on Ex-showroom Price
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