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More dope on the Tata Harrier

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Here is some more information on the upcoming Tata Harrier SUV. The company has conducted a 3-day service training for the car. 

The Harrier is based on a new OMEGA platform, which is derived from the Land Rover's D8 architecture. As most of the technology has been sourced from Jaguar Land Rover, working on the car requires special tools. The front suspension is lifted from the Land Rover Discovery, while the rear suspension is a slightly modified version of the Discovery's. The top variant gets 17-inch wheels, while lower variants are expected to come with 16-inch wheels. The car is likely to roll out of the factory on Goodyear tyres.

The Harrier's cabin is reportedly spacious and comfortable. The SUV is likely to be equipped all the features one can think of. It will sport a Visteon infotainment system instead of Harman. 

The Tata Harrier will be powered by a 2.0-litre, 4-cylinder KRYOTEC diesel engine. It will come with 3 driving modes - Normal, Wet and Rough. It will have two firewalls for better NVH. At launch, the SUV will be available with in a front-wheel drive configuration only. A petrol engine and a four-wheel drive version may be introduced at a later date. The car's service intervals are expected to be at 6 months or 7,500 km for inspection, and 12 months or 15,000 km for major services.

 
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