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    Tata Harrier 2020 Diesel vs Competition - Price, Specs, Features Comparison

    by Jagdev Kalsi Dates: 02 Jul 2020

    We compare Harrier against other D1-segment SUVs on the basis of prices, engine specs and dimensions to analyse how it holds up against the competition.

     


    Tata Harrier 2020 Diesel vs Competition

    Tata Harrier prices start from Rs. 13.69 lakh (ex-showroom) and it rivals the MG Hector and Mahindra XUV500 in the segment. The complete price list of the diesel-powered Harrier is as follows.

    Tata Harrier Diesel vs Rivals | Price Comparison

    D1-SUV | DIESEL MANUAL | PRICE COMPARISON

    EX-SHOWROOM | JULY 2020

    Tata Harrier

    Mahindra XUV500

    MG Hector

    XE ₹13,69,000

    W5 ₹13,19,999

    Style ₹13,88,000

    XM ₹15,00,000

    W7 ₹14,49,999

    Super ₹14,88,000

    XT ₹16,20,000

    W9 ₹16,19,999

    Smart ₹16,32,000

    XZ ₹17,50,000

       

    XZ Dual Tone ₹17,60,000

       

    XZ Dark Edition ₹17,70,000

    W11 OPT ₹17,69,999

    Sharp ₹17,72,000

    XZ+ ₹18,75,000

     -  -

    XZ+ Dual Tone ₹18,85,000

     -  -

    XZ+ Dark Edition ₹18,95,000

     -  -

     

    Tata Harrier diesel manual comes with 9 variants: XE, XM, XT, XZ, XZ Dual Tone, XZ Dark Edition, XZ+, XZ+ Dual Tone and XZ+ Dark Edition.

    • Tata Harrier starts at Rs. 13.69 lakh. Harrier XE costs Rs. 49k more than Mahindra XUV500's entry-level variant.
    • Harrier XZ+ Dark Edition costs Rs. 18.95 lakh and that makes it the most expensive diesel manual in the D1-segment SUV segment.

     Also Read - Tata Harrier 2-0L Diesel vs MG Hector 2-0L Diesel - Price, Specs, Features Comparison

    D1-SUV | DIESEL AUTOMATIC | PRICE COMPARISON

    EX-SHOWROOM | JULY 2020

    Tata Harrier

    Mahindra XUV500

    MG Hector

    XMA ₹16,25,000

    NA

    NA

    XZA ₹18,80,000

     -

    XZA Dual Tone ₹18,90,000

     -

    XZA Dark Edition ₹19,00,000

     -

    XZA+ ₹19,95,000

    XZA+ Dual Tone ₹20,15,000

    XZA+ Dark Edition ₹20,25,000

     -

     

    Tata Harrier diesel automatic comes with 7 variants: XMA, XZA, XZA Dual Tone, XZA Dark Edition, XZA+, XZA+ Dual Tone and XZA+ Dark Edition.

    • Tata Harrier diesel automatic starts at Rs. 16.25 lakh. Harrier XMA is the most affordable diesel automatic car in the segment.
    • Harrier XZA+ Dark Edition costs Rs. 20.25 lakh and that makes it the most expensive diesel automatic in the D1-segment SUV segment.

    Tata Harrier 2.0 Diesel vs Rivals | Engine Comparison

    D1-SUV SEGMENT PETROL ENGINE SPECS

     

    Tata Harrier

    Mahindra XUV500

    MG Hector

    Displacement

    2.0L

    2.2L

    2.0L

    Cylinder

    4

    4

    4

    Cubic Capacity

    1956cc

    2179cc

    1956cc

    Maximum Power

    170PS @ 3750rpm

    155PS @ 3750rpm

    170PS @ 3750rpm

    Peak Torque

    350Nm @ 1750-2500rpm

    360Nm @ 1750-2800rpm

    350Nm @ 1750-2550rpm

    Manual Transmission

    6-Speed

    6-Speed

    6-speed

    Manual Claimed FE

    16.35kmpl

    15.1kmpl

    16.17kmpl

    Automatic Transmission

    6-Speed Torque Converter

    -

    -

    Automatic Claimed FE

    14.63kmpl

    -

    -

     

    Tata Harrier is available with a 2.0L diesel engine with a 6-speed transmission. The power and torque output of this engine are 170PS and 350Nm, respectively.

    • Tata Harrier produces 170PS of power. It is the most powerful engine in the segment.
    • Mahindra XUV500 produces 360Nm of peak torque. It has the best torque figures in the segment.
    • With a manual transmission, the Tata Harrier has the best fuel efficiency figure in the segment of 16.35kmpl.
    • With the automatic transmission, Tata Harrier has a fuel-efficiency figure of 14.63kmpl and it has no competition.

    Also Read - Hyundai Creta 2020 vs Tata Harrier: Which SUV Worth to Buy?

    Tata Harrier diesel engine offers the best torque in this segment and it’s on par with the MG Hector, which also uses the same 2.0-litre Fiat-sourced turbo diesel engine, So they should offer better driveability than the XUV500. If you're looking for a car with low running cost, then MG Hector will be better since it is the most fuel-efficient car in this segment.

    Tata Harrier vs Rivals | Dimension Comparison

    B2-SEDAN SEGMENT

    DIMENSION COMPARISON

     

    Tata Harrier

    Mahindra XUV500

    MG Hector

    Length

    4598mm

    4585mm

    4655mm

    Width

    1894mm

    1890mm

    1835mm

    Height

    1706mm

    1785mm

    1760mm

    Wheelbase

    2741mm

    2700mm

    2750mm

    Boot Space

    425-lt

    93-405-lt

    587-lt

    Ground Clearance

    205mm

    200mm

    192mm

    Fuel Tank

    50-lt

    70-lt

    60-lt

    Tyre Size (Base)

    235/70 R16

    235/65 R17

    215/60 R17

    Tyre Size (Top)

    235/65 R17

    235/60 R18

    215/60 R17

     

    Tata Harrier is 4598mm long, 1894mm wide, 1706mm tall and has a wheelbase of 2741mm. A wider body normally results in better shoulder room and a higher roof makes ingress & egress easier. A longer wheelbase usually results in more cabin space. It has a boot space of 425 litres. A larger boot allows you to carry more luggage. Harrier has a 205mm ground clearance, it rides on 235/65 R17 tyres size and has 50 litres fuel tank capacity.

    • MG Hector is the longest car in the segment. It is 57mm longer than Harrier.
    • Tata Harrier has a width of 1894mm, it is the widest car in the segment.
    • Mahindra XUV500 is the tallest car in the segment. It is 79mm taller than Harrier.
    • MG Hector has the longest wheelbase in the segment. Its wheelbase is longer than the Harrier’s by 9mm.
    • MG Hector has the biggest boot space in the segment. It has 162-lt more boot space than the Harrier. 
    • Tata Harrier's ground clearance of 205mm is the best in the segment.

    Video - Harrier 2020 Variants Explained | XE, XM, XT, XZ, XZ+, Dark Edition | Manual & Automatic

    Amongst all the D1-segment SUVs, Tata Harrier has the highest ground clearance, so it should be the last car to bottom-out on uneven roads. MG Hector has the biggest boot in the segment, so it can carry maximum luggage. But as far as cabin space is concerned, there’s no clear winner since dimensions of most of the cars in this segment are comparable.

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    ABOUT THE AUTHOR

    Jagdev heads content for V3Cars. Apart from driving cars, he likes to keep an eye on the industry trends. He thinks he knows why Maruti Suzuki sells the most number of cars in India.

     

    Twitter handle : @jagdevkalsi



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