Tata Motors in one of the leading car manufacturer in the country. Tata have several models spread across various segments in India. The manufacturer is known for making cars with great build quality. Couple of years ago, Tata launched their mid-size SUV Harrier in the market. It was one of the most anticipated product from the brand and it now competes with the likes of MG Hector, Kia Seltos and Hyundai Creta in the segment. Ever since its launch, we have seen several videos and images of modified Tata Harrier SUVs from different part of the country. Here we have Tata Harrier which is probably the loudest one in the country.
The video has been uploaded by Nick Zeek on their YouTube channel. In this video, vlogger talks to the owner about the modifications that has been made to the Harrier and also the overall cost of all these mods. The owner straightaway starts by talking about the music or the speaker system that he got installed on the car.
The owner says that, he was clear with the type of modifications he wanted to improve the audio quality. He then bought the XT+ Dark Edition of Harrier as it offered decent list of features without shelling a lot out of his pocket. Once he had bought the Harrier, the owner customised almost everything inside the car.
The fabric seats now get a tan colour artificial leather seat cover. The dashboard, door pads are also wrapped in the same material. He removed the stock infotainment system in the XT+ variant with an aftermarket touchscreen infotainment system. The owner also installed ambient lights and 7D floor mats.
Coming to the speaker setup, the stock components were removed and replaced with aftermarket units for better experience. He also got a four tweeters installed inside the car for a better experience. The tuning of the speakers can be changed with the turn of a button in the center console. Boot is the place where he has got the brain and heart for this new speaker system installed. There is a 3000 RMS sub-woofer installed in the boot and all the controllers and tucked under the boot floor neatly.
The owner also mentions that the sub-woofer is too powerful and that is why he has a separate battery for it in the boot. The video does demonstrate on how loud the system actually is. The doors get a 4 layer damping and the floor gets a 2 layer damping for better audio experience and low NVH levels. The work done in this Harrier looks pretty neat on the inside. As we move out, the owner has made some changes to the exterior as well. The stock wheels were replaced with 17 inch 5 spoke aftermarket alloy wheels.
The owner has also installed front parking sensors, roof market lights, LED flashing lights in the front grille, dashcam that looks like an ORVM and records footage from both front and rear. Overall cost of all these modifications as per the video is around Rs 9.5 lakh. The owner also plans to improve the performance of the SUV in future. Tata Harrier is powered by a 2.0 litre turbocharged diesel engine that generates 170 Ps and 350 Nm of peak torque.