The Tata Harrier is now the best selling vehicle in its segment. It left behind the likes of the Mahindra XUV500 and the Jeep Compass among others to claim the top crown. One of the major selling point or USP of the Harrier is the fact that how good it looks. It has been designed on the lines of Tata’s IMPACT 2.0 design philosophy and has a great road presence. For the existing buyers of the Harrier SUV as well as the potential buyers, Firebird Cars have launched a few body add ons which greatly improve the aesthetics of the car.
This includes a rear diffuser, roof rails and front bumper kit. The front gets a custom designed impact bar which fits snugly on the bumper and looks decent too. It carries a black and silver colour design and complies with the AIS (Automotive Industry Standards). It helps in keeping the front end scratch less in case of minor bumps and does not restrict the functioning of Airbags. The lower end variants of the Harrier which comes sans any chrome are benefitted by using these bolt-on kits which will enhance the way the SUV looks in a big way.
Moving to the other bits, there are silver roof rails available too. Tata does not offer roof rails for the Harrier as standard fitment and hence if you are used of having roof rails on big vehicles like the Harrier, this might be useful for you. Last up is the rear diffuser kit, which again looks fantastic attached to Harrier’s base. The black lower cladding of the SUV is complemented by the silver colour of the diffuser. It also gets two faux exhaust vents on it which add a bit of a drama to the rear end.
The Tata Harrier is powered by the 2.0-litre KRYOTEC engine, which has is sourced from Fiat and is the same workhorse that powered the Jeep Compass and the will power the MG Hector, albeit in a different state of tunes. In the Harrier, the engine has been tuned for better fuel efficiency rather than outright performance. Still, the engine churns out a decent maximum power of 138 Bhp along with a solid 350 Nm of torque.
The engine comes mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox while an auto box is currently not available on the Harrier. The company is likely to launch a torque converter gearbox, sourced from Hyundai, by next year on the Harrier. Rumours are rife that Tata might also launch an AWD version of the Harrier after the launch of the Cassini but nothing is confirmed as of now. If you want to get this body kit for your Harrier, you can get in touch with Firebird cars by clicking here