Tata Harrier, currently the leading SUV in the D-Segment has become a common sight on the roads now. The intimidating design of the Tata Harrier makes it eye-catchy and attention-grabbing on the roads. Even though there a waiting period leading to months on the Harrier, there are a few customers who have already put their vehicle on sale in the used car market.
Earlier, we showed you two different Tata Harrier SUVs from different cities that were on sale sometime back. However, this a new Harrier, which is currently the cheapest Tata Harrier in the used car market. The SUV is listed by GN Cars, which seems like a dealer and the location is Dungri Urban Estate, Ludhiana, Punjab.
The asking price for the Tata Harrier is only Rs 15.1 lakh. As per the post, the SUV has done around 3,000 km on the odometer and was manufactured in April 2019. This is the diesel top-end version, which is priced at Rs 16.91 lakh, ex-showroom in Ludhiana. The on-road price is about Rs 19.34 lakh. At 15.1 lakh, it is a great deal to go for.
As per the post, there is no fault in the car but the reason for selling it is not mentioned in the online advertisement. It is possible that the owner is moving away to a different place and wants to sell the vehicle before moving. However, we cannot confirm the exact reason and you can directly contact the person who has listed the ad.
The post also mentions that the vehicle can be transferred to the other states and they will provide the required documents. Since it is a fairly new car, it is not known if the vehicle has already been registered. In many cities, the car can be used without registering it for a few months. The Tata Harrier seen here is in Telesto Grey colour and it looks extremely good. The seller also mentions that the vehicle is scratchless and the condition is just like brand new.
The Tata Harrier is currently available only with a diesel engine option in the Indian market. It gets powered by a 2.0-litre diesel engine option that generates a maximum power of 140 PS and peak torque of 350 Nm. The Harrier is currently available only with a manual transmission option. Also, it is only FWD set-up at the moment. The feature list includes a 7-inch digital-analogue hybrid instrument cluster, an 8.8-inch infotainment screen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, four airbags, 14-function ESP, ABS+EBD, rear AC vents, phone holder in every door, rear charging socket and more. The Harrier takes on the likes of Jeep Compass, Mahindra XUV500 and newly launched MG Hector. Soon, it will also go against the upcoming Kia Seltos in the Indian market.