Tata Harrier with improvements after customer feedback: What it drives like [Video]

Tata Harrier was one of the most awaited product when they showcased the H5X concept at the 2018 Auto Expo in Delhi. Within a year after showcasing the concept, Tata was able to roll out Harrier in Jan 2019 which was again an achievement for the manufacturer. Harrier when launched was one of the most uniquely designed SUV. Harrier received an overwhelming response from the buyers because of it’s looks, features and attractive pricing. Just like any other car in the market, Harrier is also not a perfect car or SUV. Harrier has some small issues and Tata Motors had come forward and collected data or feedback from customers to know what all improvements have to be made to the Harrier. Here we have a video that shows a Harrier that gets the minute changes after the feedback.

The video has been uploaded by Shreyash Drives on youtube. The video shows a Harrier that gets improvements on the basis of customer feedback. The video names the changes and explains how is it to drive after the new improvements. According to the video Tata has made some changes to the way steering of the Harier responses. NVH levels have improved, infotainment screens touch response has also increased. Some time after the launch Tat had introduced Apple CarPlay in the car. The compression spring and the return spring in clutch of the Harrier has been changed for better experience. The video also says that ECU of the car has also been changed.

Tata Harrier with improvements after customer feedback: What it drives like [Video]

All these changes will available in the new Harrier as well as to the older customers through their dealer networks across the country. Normally when a car faces some issues, manufacturer tends to take the feedback and improve it only when they launch a new variant or a facelift. But in this case Tata is committed to provide it’s customers both existing an new a better experience.

The Tata Harrier is powered by the 2.0-litre KRYOTEC engine, which has is sourced from Fiat and is the same workhorse that powers the Jeep Compass and the MG Hector. This engine in Harrier churns out a maximum power of 138 Bhp along with a 350 Nm of peak torque. Tata is expected to launch Altroz premium hatchback and Tata Gravitas SUV later this year.