Features Tata could improve on the new Harrier SUV


Tata Harrier has captivated a ton of buyers due to its assets, but there are some features that would further enhance its appeal. Spy photos have confirmed that the facelifted version of the Harrier is on the way and we expect these features to be available with this version. This is necessary because the competition has become so fierce and rivals like the XUV700 have taken the game to the next level. So it’s time for Tata Motors to do it too.

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What Tata Harrier can improve

The video captures these aspects quite broadly. For starters, the Harrier’s exterior is solid and solid, but there are inconsistencies and gaps in the panels that don’t belong on a vehicle in this price bracket. That’s what a lot of people complained about. As for the interior, the fit and finish of the material, switches, knobs, plastic, etc. are no match for rivals. The cabin is sumptuous, but the deviations considerably take away from the charm.

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Subsequently, one of the biggest issues customers have had with the Harrier is its rather outdated infotainment display. The screen size is small and the responsiveness and user interface (user interface) are like you’d find on a budget sedan. The likes of XUV700 introduced such a premium infotainment screen that looks like it belongs in a luxury car. People have started taking these things seriously because digital and electronics are what the younger tech-savvy generation wants. The YouTuber also mentions the lack of 4 disc brakes on the Harrier, which is present among its peers.

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In terms of performance, the YouTuber mentions that the Harrier’s steering wheel could be improved. It needs to weigh at high speeds to inspire confidence on the highways and needs to be light around town for easy maneuverability. Existing customers complain that it’s too heavy for everyday use. Finally, everyone is waiting for the arrival of the gasoline-powered Harrier to make it more accessible to people with paddle shifters for enthusiastic driving with the convenience of the automatic gearbox.

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