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The Harrier's driver seat is now 6-way electrically adjustable, as befits the luxury SUV category it occupies. Both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are now integrated into the 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system. While the feature list remains unchanged, ESP with Hill-hold, traction control, corner stability control with roll-over mitigation, and rear parking sensors are now standard.
You're in a good spot in terms of space. The seats are comfy and there is ample of head, shoulder, and legroom. With rich brown leather upholstery and an oak wood-like accent on the dash, Tata has managed to keep things appearing posh. It's not made of wood or veneer, but of matte plastic, so it looks good from afar but not up close. However, they've employed swaths of piano black across the inside, which doesn't really add anything to the space.
The Harrier is anxious to get going right away and soon settles into a cruise. The upshifts are rapid, and you may not realize if you're driving at part throttle. When you press the gas pedal for a quick overtaking, the automatic transmission shifts down quickly to release its 350 Nm of torque. In city traffic, the Harrier is a breeze to drive, and when you go out on the highway, it'll touch triple digits in no time, and it'll cruise at 100kmph below 2,000rpm.
The Tata Harrier nowadays produces 170PS of power, with 350 Nm of torque remaining the same. The engine specifications are nearly identical, therefore the increased power is due to the improved tune and motor mapping. The Harrier now comes with a six - speed torque-converter automatic gearbox in addition to the six-speed manual.
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