Tata Harrier official discount announced: Save up to Rs 65,000 [Video]

Tata Harrier was launched earlier this year in the Indian market became quite popular in the market. However, due to the stiff competition and launch of new vehicles like the Kia Seltos and the MG Hector, the sales of the Harrier got affected. Combined with the slowdown effects of the Indian market, the current sales of the Tata Harrier is not very impressive. Well, to push the sales, Tata has introduced a new offer.

According to an official video released by Tata Motors, the all-new Tata Harrier is available on discount of up to Rs 65,000. Tata has not mentioned the exact details of the discount. The Tata Harrier is available in three variants but we are not sure about the exact discount on the variants. For more details, we recommend that you should contact the nearest dealership.

The Tata Harrier is built on the all-new Omega Arc platform that is derived from the Land Rover Discovery’s platform. It is the first vehicle to be based on the new platform and it has received quite a lot of compliments too. The all-new Tata Harrier does not get a 4X4 system though. Instead, the vehicle gets a terrain response system, which can make the vehicle go through a lot of challenging surfaces. However, since all the four wheels of the vehicle are not powered, it can get stuck easily on extreme trails.

The Harrier draws power from a single engine option. It gets a 2.0-litre Multijet diesel engine sourced from Fiat. Tata calls it KRYOTEC and it is the same engine that powers the likes of MG Hector and the Jeep Compass. In Tata Harrier, it produces a maximum power of 140 PS and peak torque of 350 Nm. It gets a 6-speed manual transmission. It should be noted that Tata is already working on the BS6 version of the car and has started testing the vehicle on the roads too. It will be launched by January 2020 and will offer a higher power output, which is expected to be around 170 Bhp.

Tata Harrier official discount announced: Save up to Rs 65,000 [Video]

Tata is also working on the seven-seater version of the Harrier, which was first unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show. Known as the Buzzard, it will be launched in the Indian market next year too. Most likely, Tata will launch the vehicle alongside the BS6 version of the Harrier.

The updated Tata Harrier will not carry much of a change cosmetically. However, a few additional features may get added to the vehicle, including a panoramic sunroof. Tata will also increase the price of the Harrier with the update.