Tata Harrier has become extremely popular in the Indian market. The all-new car was launched in January 2019 and Tata has been accepting the bookings for the Harrier since the end of 2018. Tata offered the scale model of the Harrier to the first 1,000 customers. Well, here is a chance to grab the scale models of the Harrier again.
Tata Harrier is the official partner of the Indian Premier League and if you follow the matches, you will notice a Harrier parked outside the boundary in every single game. Well, there is a contest for the players of IPL for the best striker of the game. The batsman who has the best strike rate by the end of the tournament will win a brand new Tata Harrier. For the viewers, Tata has officially opened a contest, which can make you win a scale model of the SUV.
In a new video released by Tata Motors, the current best striker of the Indian Premier League – Andre Russell can be seen driving the Harrier and getting off the vehicle. He then opens the rear boot of the vehicle that contains numerous scale models stacked up against each other. Andre Russell can be seen picking up a scale model and putting his autograph on it.
Well, to win this scale model, Tata says that you will have to answer the question “Which IPL star should Andre Russel go on a drive with and why?” The wackiest answers to the question will win an autographed Tata Harrier scale model by the West Indian batsman – Andre Russell. The contest is closing tonight and the rules can be read on the Tata’s official Facebook page.
The Tata Harrier has gained quite an attention after its launch in the market, especially because of its all-new attractive design and value-for-money price tag. The Tata Harrier is the first affordable car in the Indian market to offer the split headlamp design. Soon many other manufacturers will follow the same design language in the Indian market. The Harrier looks extremely eye-catchy with its IMPACT 2.0 design language and the starting price of Rs 12.69 lakh makes it a very good deal.
Harrier is currently powered only by a 2.0-litre Multijet diesel engine sourced from Fiat. It generates a maximum power of 140 PS and a peak torque of 350 Nm. It gets a 6-speed transmission as standard but there is no automatic transmission available with the car. However, Tata may soon launch a 6-speed automatic with the Harrier. Soon, the Harrier will be joined by the Buzzard, which is the 7-seater version of the Harrier and was showcased at the Geneva Motor Show. Tata is also expected to launch a 4WD version of the Harrier if demand rises for it in the market.