Is Tata Harrier Facelift equipped with upgraded features with luxury?

The Tata Harrier facelift has been launched by Tata Motors in India on 17 October, 2023. The updated version of the Tata Harrier has aggressive styling cues that really enhance the SUV's overall stance. A five-star safety rating, an already powerful powertrain, and a lengthy list of modern features round out the excellent package. 

It now has a sleeker, almost concept car-like appearance. Shiny silver components, which are less brilliant than chrome, make the grille stand out more. Additionally, it features brand-new LED daytime running lights. There are new LED projector headlights underneath these lights. The Harrier's rear taillights now have a unique design, and the rear fenders have some angular details with reflectors. It comes with brand-new 18-inch alloy wheels, and if you choose the Dark edition Harrier, you can get even larger 19-inch wheels. 

The mid-size SUV's interior features a 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system, wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, a fully digital instrument cluster, over-the-air (OTA) updates, and a Level 2 ADAS suite. In addition, it has an electrically adjustable front seat, a dual-zone climate control system, a panoramic sunroof, ventilated front seats, seven airbags and a gesture-controlled powered tailgate.

Engine and Gearbox 
The 2.0-liter, four-cylinder Kryotec diesel engine powering the updated Harrier generates 350Nm of torque and 168 horsepower. This motor use automatic torque converter and six-speed manual gearbox to deliver power to the front wheels.

With paddle shifters now included, the automatic is a more convenient option. Even on rough roads, the ride is comfortable, and it handles well at high speeds. The engine can be a little noisy, though.

Tata Harrier features a 10.25-inch fully digital driver's display, a 12-speaker JBL sound system. Mood lighting, a gesture-activated powered tailgate, air purification, dual-zone automatic air conditioning, ventilated front seats, a 6-way power driver's seat, a 4-way powered co-driver's seat, wireless phone charging and more are included.

The seven airbags (six airbags as standard), the 360-degree camera, the TPMS (tyre pressure monitoring system), the electronic stability control (ESC) with hill assist, and the entire suite of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), which now includes adaptive cruise control, all contribute to the safety of the passengers.

Five variants of the facelifted Harrier are available: Smart, Pure, Adventure, Fearless, and Dark Edition. Tata Harrier has 7 colours: yellow, red, pebble grey, white, black, ash grey and green. 

  • Global NCAP awards the Tata Harrier a five-star safety rating.
  • receives a significant stylistic makeover that strengthens its already commanding posture.
  • Three adults can sit comfortably in the second row, which is slightly wider overall.
  • Excellent performance both within and outside of the city because of the more than sufficient grunt.
  • Many contemporary features and seven airbags are now standard on the Harrier.
  • The manual gearbox could use a smoother shifting mechanism because it is notchy.
  • At its best, the low-speed ride quality of the Harrier is rigid.  

The base model of the Tata Harrier costs Rs. 15.49 lakh, while the top model costs Rs. 26.44 lakh (average price ex-showroom).

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