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In Pics | Tata Harrier and the SUVs that will go up against it

The Tata Harrier may be newest kid on the block and with the features it offers, it deserves all the eyes it will get. However, there are a few SUVs that can seriously compete with the Harrier.

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Tata Harrier | Churning out a mighty 170 BHP and 350 Nm torque from a refined 2.0-litre engine, the Tata Harrier poses a serious threat to all current biggies of the Indian market. The SUV is expected to be the cheapest of the segment. However, it cannot be denied that although Harrier looks to be promising, there are already quite a few cars which have made their mark in the segment. (Image source: Tata Motors)
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Tata Harrier | Churning out a mighty 170 BHP and 350 Nm torque from a refined 2.0-litre engine, the Tata Harrier poses a serious threat to all current biggies of the Indian market. The SUV is expected to be the cheapest of the segment. However, it cannot be denied that although Harrier looks to be promising, there are already quite a few cars which have made their mark in the segment. (Image source: Tata Motors)

Toyota Innova Crysta | Toyota has proven time and again that they’re the masters of the SUV class. Continuing with their legacy, Toyota launched their current gen Innova Crysta in 2017, with an all-new look and a crisper engine. (Image source: Toyota)
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Toyota Innova Crysta | Toyota has proven time and again that they’re the masters of the SUV class. Continuing with their legacy, Toyota launched their current gen Innova Crysta in 2017, with an all-new look and a crisper engine. (Image source: Toyota)

Mahindra XUV500 | The locally-made Mahindra XUV500 has been a favourite for quite a while now. Adding to it is the fact that the Harrier does not come with disc brakes on all 4 wheels, something which is common in the XUV500 as well as most of the rest in this category. This can prove to be a tough rival for the Harrier (Image source: Mahindra)
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Mahindra XUV500 | The locally-made Mahindra XUV500 has been a favourite for quite a while now. Adding to it is the fact that the Harrier does not come with disc brakes on all 4 wheels, something which is common in the XUV500 as well as most of the rest in this category. This can prove to be a tough rival for the Harrier (Image source: Mahindra)

Jeep Compass | While the Tata Harrier may wear a Tata Motors badge, it will share its Fiat-sourced motor with the Jeep Compass. This is likely to make the Harrier the most powerful SUV in the segment on par with the Jeep Compass. Although it is important to remember that while the motor is likely to be the same, the Tata Harrier is expected to undercut the Jeep Compass in terms of price, giving us more reason to wait for the Harrier. (Image source: Jeep)
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Jeep Compass | While the Tata Harrier may wear a Tata Motors badge, it will share its Fiat-sourced motor with the Jeep Compass. This is likely to make the Harrier the most powerful SUV in the segment on par with the Jeep Compass. Although it is important to remember that while the motor is likely to be the same, the Tata Harrier is expected to undercut the Jeep Compass in terms of price, giving us more reason to wait for the Harrier. (Image source: Jeep)

Hyundai Creta | The Korean manufacturer came up with this petite-yet-potent SUV, Creta in 2015. Since then, it has posed a serious threat to all SUVs trying to dominate the Indian market by having the fastest 0-100 km/h times. Adding to its credibility is the fact that it shares the same chassis with the i20 series, which is popular for WRX and Rally competitions. (Image source: Hyundai)
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Hyundai Creta | The Korean manufacturer came up with this petite-yet-potent SUV, Creta in 2015. Since then, it has posed a serious threat to all SUVs trying to dominate the Indian market by having the fastest 0-100 km/h times. Adding to its credibility is the fact that it shares the same chassis with the i20 series, which is popular for WRX and Rally competitions. (Image source: Hyundai)

Hyundai Tucson | Not meaning to sound like a Hyundai fanboy, it was imperative to include another Hyundai here, in this case the Tucson. That is because Hyundai is one of the few manufacturers who really understand that making an SUV is not about how big you make it; it is about how well you make it. Sticking to this philosophy, Hyundai came up with the Tucson, which made its revamped and upgraded appearance in 2017. Sporting some of the best features in terms of safety and comfort, the Tucson is sure to be a strong opponent to the Tata Harrier. (Image source: Hyundai)
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Hyundai Tucson | Not meaning to sound like a Hyundai fanboy, it was imperative to include another Hyundai here, in this case the Tucson. That is because Hyundai is one of the few manufacturers who really understand that making an SUV is not about how big you make it; it is about how well you make it. Sticking to this philosophy, Hyundai came up with the Tucson, which made its revamped and upgraded appearance in 2017. Sporting some of the best features in terms of safety and comfort, the Tucson is sure to be a strong opponent to the Tata Harrier. (Image source: Hyundai)

First Published on Jan 2, 2019 08:42 am
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