Tata Harrier with 20 inch alloy wheels is a looker [Video]

Tata Harrier is one of the most popular SUV in its segment. It was launched initially in 2019 and an year later, Tata introduced the updated version of the Harrier. The Harrier competes with cars like Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, Mahindra XUV700 and MG Hector in the segment. There are several new and interesting videos related to Tata Harrier available online. We have featured many well-maintained and tastefully modified Tata Harrier SUV on our website in the past. Here we have a video where a Tata Harrier is modified with 20 inch alloy wheels.

The video has been uploaded by Tarun Vlogs3445 on their YouTube channel. I this video, vlogger talks to the owner of the SUV about the modifications that were done on the SUV. The owner starts with the front and mentions that he replaced all the lights to LEDs. The high beam, low beam and the fog lamps are all LED units. The lights alone have costed around Rs 18,000 to the owner. Other than this, the owner of this SUV has installed vinyls on the front door which have Range Rover like design. on the left hand side, their is a different design.

He then talked about the alloy wheels. This is a higher variant Tata Harrier and came with company fitted alloy wheels. The owner was not happy with the overall look of the wheels so he decided to upgrade them. He replaced the stock alloy wheels with 20 inch aftermarket alloy wheels. The owner does not mention the brand of the alloy wheels. While choosing alloy wheels, a well reputed brand is always recommended for better performance and build quality. There have been incidents in India where low quality alloy wheels broke while the car was in motion.

Tata Harrier with 20 inch alloy wheels is a looker [Video]

The owner has not other modification to the exterior. The windows have been tinted for better stance. It should be noted that this sun films are illegal and the vlogger does not promote this in the video. The vlogger then moves in and talks about the aftermarket police siren (which is again illegal) that was installed in the car. There is a remote control which has set of buttons which when pressed produces an individual tone. The remote also has an option where the driver can directly speak to the people outside using the mic.

On all the doors, ambient lights have been installed. The lights can be controlled using a remote control and also an application in the mobile phone. The speaker setup and the touchscreen infotainment system in the car are stock units as the owner was happy with it. The owner mentions that the car was involved in an accident recently and the front end of the car was completely destroyed. It took around two and half months to get the vehicle repaired and the overall cost was around Rs 5 lakh. The owner only had to spent around Rs 10,000-15,000 only. Rest of it was covered in insurance. The modifications on this Harrier was done after the accident.

Ajeesh Kuttan

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