Here, we do a quick spec sheet comparison between Tata Harrier and Mahindra XUV500.
Tata Harrier, the premium 5-seater SUV from the home-grown carmaker, will hit showrooms in the last week of January, 2019. Prior to its official launch, the engine and feature details of the SUV have been revealed by the company. In fact, we have driven the Harrier and are impressed with its performance. Tata’s new premium 5-seater SUV will be directly placed against the Jeep Compass. In terms of pricing, though, it will also take on the Hyundai Creta and the Mahindra XUV500. So, where does the Tata Harrier will stand amidst the multitude of rivals? We have already done brief comparisons between the Harrier and Compass and Creta to find out the same. And here, we do a quick spec sheet comparison between Tata Harrier and Mahindra XUV500.
Tata Harrier Vs Mahindra XUV500 Price
|Tata Harrier||Rs 13.50 lakh – Rs 18 lakh (Expected)|
|Mahindra XUV500||Rs 12.50 lakh – Rs 19.21 lakh|
– Mahindra XUV500 is, currently, available in a total of 12 variants spread across four trims – W5, W7, W9 and W11.
– The SUV’s entry-level W5 variant is priced at Rs 12.50 lakh, and the top-spec W11 (O) AWD AT trim costs Rs 19.21 lakh. All prices are ex-showroom, Mumbai.
– Official prices of the Tata Harrier will revealed during its launch in January, 2019. Though, it is estimated to be priced around Rs 13.50 lakh for the base variant and Rs 18 lakh for the full-loaded trim. Read – Tata Harrier Vs Jeep Compass
– If launched at this price point, the base version of the Harrier will be slightly more expensive than the XUV500. Though, the higher trims will be relatively more affordable.
Tata Harrier Vs Mahindra XUV500 Specifications
|Specifications||Tata Harrier||Mahindra XUV500|
|Diesel Engine||2.0L Kryotec||2.2L mHawk|
|Gearbox||6-speed MT||6-speed MT/AT|
– Mahindra’s SUV comes with two engines – a 2.2-litre mHawk diesel and 2.2-litre mHawk petrol – with a 6-speed manual and automatic gearbox options.
– The oil burner makes power worth 155bhp at 3750rpm against 360Nm of torque between 1750rpm – 2800rpm. The gasoline unit, on the other hand, delivers 140bhp at 4500rpm and 320Nm at 2000rpm- 3000rpm.
– Initially, the Tata Harrier will be made available with a 2.0-litre Kryotec diesel engine that’s claimed to have a low carbon footprint. Based on low friction valve train architecture, the oil burner develops a top power of 138bhp and 350Nm of torque. Read – Tata Harrier Vs Hyundai Creta
– Compared to the Mahindra XUV500, the Tata Harrier is 17bhp less powerful and 40Nm less torqueier. In fact, the latter will come with a 6-speed manual gearbox only.
Tata Harrier Vs Mahindra XUV500 Mileage
|Tata Harrier||14kmpl – 17kmpl|
|Mahindra XUV500||13.85kmpl – 14kmpl|
– Mahindra claims that the XUV500 diesel and petrol deliver fuel economy of 13.85kmpl and 14kmpl respectively.
– Official mileage figures of the Tata Harrier are still under the wraps. Though, the SUV gave us a decent mileage during the test drive.
– The vehicle returned fuel efficiency around 14kmpl in city and 17kmpl on freeways.
– That means, the Harrier will be frugal than the XUV500.
Tata Harrier Vs Mahindra XUV500 Dimensions
|Dimensions||Tata Harrier||Mahindra XUV500|
– The Mahindra XUV500 is 4585mm long, 1890 wide and 1785mm tall with a wheelbase of 2700mm. Its ground clearance stands at 160mm. The SUV offers a luggage space of 475-litres.
– The overall length, width and height of the Tata Harrier stand at 4,598mm, 1,894mm and 1,714mm respectively. The SUV sits on a wheelbase of 2,741mm and offers a ground clearance 205mm. It provides boot space 810-litres.
– Compared to the XUV500, the Harrier is 13mm longer and 4mm wider. Though, the latter is 71mm shorter than the former.
Tata Harrier Vs Mahindra XUV500 Features
– The Mahindra XUV500 comes with a host of features making it quite desirable among buyers. The entry-level W5 trim features follow-me-home headlamps, roof rails, dual exhaust, steel wheels, black and grey interior with fabric upholstery, power windows, rear wash/wipe and defogger, remote tailgate opening and manual dual AC unit.
– The chrome front grille inserts, automatic climate control and steering mounted audio controls with smart key are offered on W7 and higher variants.
– Features such as chrome trim on exterior, dual-tone (Black & Tan) leather seats with quilted stitching, leather finish on dashboards and door pads, camping lamp, power driver’s seat and puddle lamps are exclusively offered on the higher trims.
– The 18-inch diamond cut alloy wheels and AWD system are optional on the W11 variant only.
– The Tata Harrier is packed with several advanced comfort goodies. The SUV gets a floating 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto connectivity.
– Features such as large front seats with overhead storage binnacle and memory function, automatic climate control and rear air-conditioning vents are also offered on the carline.
– The Harrier misses out on LED headlamps. It gets Xenon HID projector headlamps along with features such as dual function DRLs with turn indicators, electrically adjustable outer mirrors, power steering and windows and tilt and telescopic adjustable steering wheel.
– The range-topping trim, additionally, gets JBL audio system, leather seat upholstery and door pad inserts and leather wrapped steering wheel and gearshift knob.
Tata Harrier Vs Mahindra XUV500 Safety
– The Mahindra XUV500 gets dual airbags (driver + passenger) and ABS with EBD as standard safety fitments.
– Equipment such as electronic stability program with rollover mitigation, hill hold and hill descent control, front fog lamps and emergency call are available from W9 trim. The side and curtain airbags along with the standard dual airbags are offered only on the higher trim.
– In terms of safety, the Tata Harrier has more features to offer. The list of standard safety fitments includes dual airbags, ABS with EBD, rear parking sensors, central locking and perimetric alarm system.
– The 6 airbags, hill hold control, hill decent control, roll over mitigation, electronic stability program, corner stability control, child seat ISOFIX anchor points, electronic traction control and brake disc wiping are made available only on the range-topping XZ trim.
– Features such as reverse parking camera, cruise controls and remote central locking are also on offer.
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