Everyone loves SUVs! One cannot help but admire the sheer popularity of an SUV. It’s big, practical, looks good and topped off as a good performer. For some reason or the next, people simply love it. As a consumer, I must agree that SUVs are great.
Update: Just a week before its launch, Tata Harrier has been renamed as Tata H5. There’s not much to it, rather than “Harrier” belonging to Toyota’s international patent. It’s still the same SUV, which will go by a different name.
Perhaps that’s why the car brands have nearly exhausted every design concepts and innovation when it comes to the SUV. So, it often difficult to come with something new in a segment which has nearly exhausted every possibility.
Tata Motors must’ve heard about this, hence, introducing the complete breath of fresh air. Tata Harrier comes with a drastically different approach. It completely ditches the old “standard” SUV concepts and brings in the new one. Ever since its showcase at the 2018 Auto Expo, Tata Harrier is continuing to climb in terms of popularity.
Tata Harrier has been officially launched in India. But that’s not even the good news. Tata Motors has confirmed that Tata H5 will launch in Nepal at NADA Auto Show 2019. As for the costs, Tata Harrier price in Nepal starts at Rs. 56.55 Lakhs. Additionally, it will be available in four different variants: XE, XM, XT, and XZ.
Tata Harrier Engine
Starting off, Tata Harrier is powered by a 2.0-liter Kryotec Turbocharged Engine with 1956cc engine displacement. This can generate max torque of 350Nm at 1750-2500rpm and max power of 140Bhp at 3750rpm. Furthermore, it is mated to a 6-speed manual transmission that runs on diesel. Additionally, the max fuel capacity is 50 liters.
But that’s a somewhat standard list of things. Tata Harrier is supposed to be different and unique. While the engine is definitely refined and well-worked on, the star focus goes to the styling. People are going crazy for Harrier’s unconventional and somewhat quirky looks.
Tata Harrier Styling
Well, what do you think? Do you love it? Or, do you hate it? Personally, I love it! Tata Motors has tried to do something so drastically different. When you look at it, Tata Harrier doesn’t seem like just another SUV. When Tata Harrier rolls down the street, you are simply forced to turn your head.
Here’s the complete list of innovative aesthetics choices that you’ll find in the new TATA Harrier. You’ll get Xenon HID Projector headlamps, Dual Function LED DRLs with Turn Indicators, 3D LED Taillamps with a piano black finish, Premium Oak Wood Finish Dashboard, Indulgent Leather Seats, Leather Wraps everywhere, and so much more. The list of good styling choices goes on and on and on.
About the front styling, the headlamp placement gives it a similar look like a Hyundai Kona. The upper lights are supposed to be DRLs whereas the lower lights are the actual headlamps. Fun facts, both Tata Harrier and Hyundai Kona take the inspiration from the Nissan Juke.
Tata Harrier Features
Didn’t I just talk about the features? Well, no. I talked about the styling and the overall aesthetics. Now, we’ll dive into much more details.
Tata Harrier comes with an 8.8-inch Touchscreen Infotainment with a high-resolution display, 9 Acoustics Tuned by JBL Speakers, Mounted Steering Wheel Controls, Voice Recognition, and the Segment-First 7-inch Color TFT Instrument Cluster. That’s right a fully digital instrument cluster. If that doesn’t sound awesome, I don’t know what will!
Tata Harrier will also include a list of advanced safety features. You’ll get six airbags, Electronic Stability Program (ESP), Hill Assist, Front Fog Lamps with Cornering Function, Perimetric Alarm, and Reverse Sensors. Moreover, the ESP will include 14 additional functionalities, like Anti-lock Braking System, Electronic Brake Force Distribution, Corner Stability Control, Off-Road ABS, Electronic Traction Control, Electronic Stability Control, Roll Over Mitigation, Brake Disc Wiping, Electronic Brake Pre-fill, Hydraulic Brake Assist, Hydraulic Fading Compensation, and Dynamic Wheel Torque by Brake.
That’s… that’s a lot of safety features packed into a car. Well, it there ever a car which is supposed to be “very safe”, Tata Harrier would be the one you’re looking for.
2019 TATA Harrier Key Specifications
- Engine: Kryotec 2.0L Turbocharged diesel, in-line 4-cylinder
- Displacement: 1956cc
- Mileage: 20kmpl
- Transmission: 6-speed Manual
- Max Power: 140BHP at 3750 RPM
- Max Torque: 350NM at 4200 RPM
- Fuel Tank Capacity: 50L
- Ground Clearance: 205mm
- Seating Capacity: 5
- Tires: 235/65 R17 (with ABS, Front Disc and Rear Drum)
- Kerb Weight: 825 kg
Tata H5 Price in Nepal (XE): Rs. 56,55,000
Tata H5 Price in Nepal (XM): Rs. 64,55,000
Tata H5 Price in Nepal (XT): Rs. 69,55,000
Tata H5 Price in Nepal (XZ): Rs. 74,55,000
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