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      Quote Originally Posted by Jack Sparrow View Post
      Some reports suggest that the 2.0 ltr Fiat engine of Harrier is BSVI compatible!
      It was so when Jeep introduced Compass.

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      Tata Harrier preview by Autocar
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bfHpJ579-cY

      preview by Top Gear India
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nfnxIBCliYs



      Quote Originally Posted by limraj View Post
      It was so when Jeep introduced Compass.
      So Compass is also BSVI?
      Also heard that BSVI engines have some sort of sensor which senses if the fuel is BSIV or BSVI and then switches accordingly. Not sure how this works, neither sure what will happen with the current BSVI/IV engines when this norm will be fully imposed!

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      Dimensions look like Jeep. DRL and light treatment is nice - fog lights along with headlights, I am not sure.


      The screen in instrument console is nice touch. Hope it is useful and doesn't only show light and tacho. Integration or maps and music will be good. Liked the car. Priced around 15-17L?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Jack Sparrow View Post
      So Compass is also BSVI?
      Also heard that BSVI engines have some sort of sensor which senses if the fuel is BSIV or BSVI and then switches accordingly. Not sure how this works, neither sure what will happen with the current BSVI/IV engines when this norm will be fully imposed!
      Neither compass is BS6 nor will be Harrier at launch. Heard that BS4->BS6 changes would cost 1-2 Lakhs for 2-3 litre engines. Doesn't make business sense to put expensive BS6 engine when all the competition is BS4, and make oneself expensive and loose out in the race at the very start.

      Quote Originally Posted by rksingh1 View Post
      Dimensions look like Jeep.
      It is much larger than Jeep. I think in size it would somewhere near XUV, and may be a bit wider.
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      Except for the AT option, I think it has all the ingredients of a successful product.
      Good Job Tata

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      More like a Tucson competitor in a XUV500 size but offered just above Creta.

      Len-Wid-Height in MM
      Tucson: 4475-1850-1660.
      XUV500: 4585-1890-1785
      Harrier: 4575-1960-1686
      Hexa: 4788-1903-1791


      Yes, the AT box is something that's a deal breaker for many looking in this price band. The news around Hyundai sourced AT is still hanging(is Hyundai sulking over TATA's hype and launch?) and the color options are low for a vehicle that's built of such pedigree.

      First the Compass then the Captur and now Harrier, all have come by manuals and Auto was offered a bit later.

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      Quote Originally Posted by abhinov View Post
      Harrier: 4575-1960-1686
      Are these dimensions for 5 seater or 7 seater version of Harrier?

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      5 seater(Harrier's). The 7- seater(H7X) is likely to be 62mm longer than Harrier which will debut as a concept in 2020 Auto expo.

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      Visited Harrier's preview at St.Joseph college grounds today, here are some observations:

      - This is a big car, TATA's statement of bringing down a Rs. 20lakh Land Rover has become a reality.
      - Massive road presence, those LED DRLs and front is intimidating and is surely tall.
      - Sturdy build quality yet some places plastic was loose which wasn't much to notice.
      - Light clutch, neatly laid engine bay, massive boot space and 6 airbags for XZ.
      - Driver's cockpit is well equipped,seat height and view are sharp(bonnet is easily visible).
      - Interiors, seat comfort, leather quality, leg room were great.
      - 2 cars were displayed, both had around 1700-2000kms on ODO.
      - TD vehicles from 19th Jan'19. No AT options as of now nor petrol(BS6 rules churning).

      Some turn-offs:
      - Boring wheel design and puny looking wheel size.
      - Poor choices for colors, no red/blue/black,etc.
      - Rear seats are a little reclined already for my liking.
      - No rear disc-brakes for a car at ~ 2400kg(but TM folks said like LR, they compensated with electronic-safety like CSC,TCS,etc)


      Very un-organized and mis-managed event. "Indian virus" has spoiled experience of many potential customers: Hurried explanations, many ladies turned high volume unnecessarily while conversing, kids standing on seats, hustle for driver's seat saying "You don't know who i am?", no token system, some morons comparing with Creta's "Awesome" standards and fought for 30mins with Prerna motor's sales head, the list goes on.

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      Beautiful pictures and thanks for sharing your insight. This should sell and sell well.

      However, if I was in market, I will only shortlist an AT car from C2,D1,D2 segment and this doesn't has AT.
      Also, since there is lot of confusion regarding compatibility for BS-iv diesel car in BS-Vi fuel, does it makes sense to go for any diesel car in 2019?

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