Features to know about Tata Harrier SUV

Home-grown automaker Tata Motors has announced the launch of its latest concept H5X SUV. This concept SUV was featured in Auto Expo 2018 and is named as Harrier. It is a five-seat variant and is scheduled to be launched in the Indian markets in January 2019. Harrier from Tata bandwagon will be in direct competition with the likes of Hyundai’s Creta and Mahindra XUV 500.

The Harrier will be built based on Omega platform from the L550 Jaguar Land Rover’s Discovery Sport. It has been announced that there will be two variants of the car each having its own name. The name Harrier will be reserved for the version with five-seats. The seven-seat version however, is likely to get a different name. The seven-seater, which is scheduled to launch later, will contend against the likes Mahindra XUV500.

While the Harrier will have a similar steering gear, floor plan, and an all-automatic suspension, parts made of the aluminum will be replaced by steel parts to keep it more affordable. In spite of this, Tata claims the SUVs weight will be curbed to 1,650kg. The Harrier and Discovery Sport will also share the same wheelbase of 2,741mm.


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The SUV promises to be a blockbuster and judging by the relentless spy shots and release of teaser images, we can state that we will see the production model sooner than we had initially thought. We are yet to get a price range for the SUV but fingers crossed Tata will keep it a little affordable.