Solidly built interiors are unchanged; still include many high-quality materials and textures.
425-litre boot is reasonably spacious; there’s storage below boot floor too.
2020 Tata Harrier review, road test
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28th Aug 2020 8:00 am
Tata’s flagship SUV now gets more power, new features and a long-overdue automatic transmission.
- Make : Tata
- Model : Harrier
Spacious, well-appointed interiors
We Don’t Like
Heavy steering at low speeds
On the face of it, the Tata Harrier has everything that an SUV buyer in India is looking for – imposing road presence, ample space and comfort, a diesel engine and, finally, a much-needed automatic transmission. The 2020 Harrier also gets more power, a panoramic sunroof and other features to enhance its appeal. With a lot more thrown into the latest Harrier, it’s certainly a step forward from the 2019 model. But how big is that step? That’s the question we answer in this full-blown and fully instrumented road test.
Xenon lights for low beam are satisfactory. High beam is halogen.