Tata Harrier is undoubtedly the most exciting SUV in the segment right now. It has gained immense popularity in the market and has garnered over 10,000 bookings. A lot of customers have started receiving the delivery of the Harrier too and many of them have started customising the vehicle. Here is one such modified SUV owned by Anil Khanna, who has swapped the stock alloy wheels with aftermarket 19-inch wheels and it looks quite good.
The stock version of the Tata Harrier gets 17-inch alloy wheels and they do look quite good on the SUV but the larger wheels take the looks to a different level. As per Mr Anil, the four alloy wheels cost Rs 75,000 after he exchanged the stock alloy wheels. The before and after pictures show how exactly the overall stance and looks of the vehicle change.
Upgrading the wheels can affect the ride and handling of the vehicle and even the speedometer and odometer readings get affected due to the change of size. However, as per Mr Khanna, the vehicle has become sturdier post the transformation and there is enough gap between the wheel and the body of the Harrier, which ensures that the bigger size rims do not touch the vehicle’s body.
While buying aftermarket alloy wheels, one should always be careful of the brand and quality of the wheels. Low-quality aftermarket alloy wheels can break and cause massive accidents. It is always advisable to stick to branded alloy wheels and not to choose the replica wheels, which are much more affordable than the original ones but are not the mark when it comes to quality.
Tata currently offers a lot of official accessories for the Harrier. The deliveries of the Harrier has already become and the waiting period has risen to about 4 months as of now. The Harrier is the first vehicle to be based on the OMEGA Arc platform. Soon, the company will launch the 7-seater version of the Harrier, which was recently showcased at the Geneva Motor Show and was named as the Buzzard.
The Tata Harrier is powered by a 2.0-litre Multijet supplied by Fiat. Tata has named it KRYOTEC and it generates a maximum power of 140 PS and peak torque of 350 Nm. It gets a 6-speed manual transmission for the time being. In the future, Tata will launch an automatic version of the Harrier too. It is also being rumoured that the vehicle will get a sunroof too.
The accessory list of the Tata Harrier includes a 3D logo of the Harrier, chrome front garnishing 8-piece chrome moulding set, two front parking sensors, tail lamp garnish, dummy chrome garnish, added boot protection and many other such things. The interiors get accessories like 5-piece 3D PVC designer floor mats, 9-piece dashboard mat set, 3D trunk mats and more. All the accessories cost Rs 31,500 while the Special accessories combo pack costs Rs. 25,999.
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