TATA HARRIER VS MAHINDRA XUV500
The Tata Harrier is a competitively priced mid-size SUV positioned right the Mahindra XUV500. In this comparison, we will compare the Harrier’s cabin space with the XUV500. While manufacturers quote exterior actually interested in.
The Harrier is longer and wider than the XUV500 on the outside, therefore, its cabin is also wider in comparison. But it’s the XUV500 that offers more leg and knee space in the first row. The XUV500’s front seats are also more generous in size although the Harrier’s front seats have a taller seat back, which might offer some extra comfort for those with a taller torso. The XUV500’s front row will be more spacious for most occupants.
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Tata Harrier is all set to lick horns with a number of SUVs in the Indian market. The Harrier has an upper hand over almost all these SUVs in the list, but the Mahindra XUV500 has an ace up its sleeves as it s available with a seven-seat configuration, AWD and a choice of automatic transmission.
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In the power train department, the Mahindra XUV500 gets 1 Petrol 138bhp and 1 Diesel engines153 bhp . The Tata Harrier comes in 138 bhp Diesel engines options.
Mahindra XUV500 base Petrol engine returns 14kmpl whereas the base Diesel returns 14kmpl whereas the base Diesel returns. The Tata Harrier base Diesel engine is 15 kmpl.
The Harrier is all-well and utterly modern to the extent that it is of expensive JLR vehicles. The large 8.8-inch floating touch screen is integrated onto the button panels below it. The wood finish panel running across the dash adds a premium touch to the cabin. High-quality material is seen all around the cabin with leather upholstery. The Harrier loaded with features like an eight-way adjustable driver seat and four-way co-driver seat, dual-zone climate control, cooled storage box, auto headlamps, cruise control, nine-speaker JBL system, six airbags, driving modes and ESC with hill hold features. However, it misses out on a sunroof, inbuilt navigation which nearly all other cars in this price range offer.
The XUV500’s interior has loads of modern equipment, but the overall layout hasn’t changed much since it first arrived in 2011. The waterfall centre console is dated and so is the twin-pod instrument cluster. The feature list of XUVU500 also includes break energy regeneration system, quilted leather, soft-touch leather on dashboard and door trims, mobile charging points in the first and the second row, stylish diamond cut alloy wheels, sunroof and much more. Both SUVs come with six airbags in the top-spec trim.