New Delhi: Tata Harrier is all we are grooving of nowadays. The car is stealing all the limelight since its launch. Recently, an incident has come to light. Tata is popularly known for making rugged and strong products. Tata Tigor EV has also received a 4-star safety rating by the Global NCAP. Whereas, Altroz and Nexon have already got 5-star ratings. The recent incident tells us that the Harrier is strong and rugged too. We personally suggest you do not take this for a real to check the build-up quality of any product, but the results are quite impressive.
The images are shown of a brand-new Tata Harrier crashing into the pole on the road. To tell you, tata harrier doesn’t even have a permanent number plate which states that the owner might have got it straight out of the showroom. As we can clearly see the front end of the SUV crashes into a pole and the pole was completely bent around the bumper and bonnet of the Tata Harrier. By this picture, it can be assumed that the car might have been parked on an incline and slipped to hit the pole but the Harrier looks almost unaffected. This clearly proves the build-up quality of Tata Harrier.
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Tata Harrier includes an 8.8-inch floating island Infotainment System with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, 9 Speaker JBL Audio System, Voice Recognition, Steering-mounted Audio Controls, 28 Intelligent Storage Spaces (umbrellas, cups, and more), Premium Leather Upholstery, Signature Oak Brown Dashboard, a 7-inch Color TFT Instrument Display, 6-way Powered Driver’s Seat, Cruise Control, Glove Box with Laptop Tray, Cooled Storage Compartments, Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel, and Gear Lever, Airplane Lever-like Parking Brake, Large Panoramic Sunroof, Ambient Mood Lighting, Automatic Temperature Control, Bluetooth Connectivity and much more.
Tata Harrier comes with a 2.0-liter diesel engine that belts out 170 PS and 350 Nm of peak power and torque respectively. The transmission duties are carried by either a 6-speed manual or an automatic gearbox.
The prices of the mid-size SUV range between Rs 14.39 lakh and Rs 21.09 lakh, ex-showroom.
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