Tata Harrier looks amazing in this dual-tone colour scheme!


The recently launched Tata Harrier has been given a dual-tone colour scheme by a dealer in Mumbai. The result is quite stunning to look at.

The Tata Harrier made its debut in World last year. This compact premium SUV is based on the Omega architecture which has been derived from the platform that the Land Rover Discovery uses. The Harrier is the first product by Tata Motors to be based on its IMPACT 2.0 design language. As a result of this, it resembles with its concept iteration i.e. the H5X to quite an extent.

tata harrier dual-tone image

The Harrier exterior design is something which is bound to turn heads on the road and in a parking lot. While the interiors are quite luxurious and offer a decent amount of features and creature comforts. With prices falling in-between the range of INR 12.69 lakh to INR 16.25 lakh, the Harrier comes across as one of the best value for money prepositions.

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The Harrier is powered by a 2.0-litre diesel engine. This oil-burner has been sourced from Fiat. It is, in fact, the same engine which currently performs its duty on the Jeep Compass. For the Harrier, however, the power output has been reduced to 140 BHP while the torque figure remains the same at 350 Nm. This engine is paired to a 6-speed manual transmission. There is no automatic transmission option on offer at the moment.

The Tata Harrier is performing quite well for the homegrown automaker. In the month of its launch, this compact SUV sold a total of 422 units while during the consecutive month, it sold more than 1400 units, the second best in its segment.

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Apart from the lack of an automatic gearbox and the unavailability of a 4×4 system, one thing which is currently missing from its portfolio is the availability of a dual-tone colour scheme. However, a dealer in Mumbai is currently providing this option to its customers. What do you think of this dual-tone colour scheme on the Tata Harrier? Do let us know in the comment section below!

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