Tata Buzzard seven-seater crossover was photographed during a test driveMay 25, 2019
This crossover is called the elongated version of the Tata Harrier model, but the similarity of these two SUVs cannot be called absolute.
The seven-seater version of the Tata Buzzard crossover was brought to public roads. During one of these test runs camouflaged SUV hit the camera spy cameras. The resulting images could soon be seen on the pages of foreign automotive media. It was not possible to make out the novelty in all details, however, the protective film could not hide the individual design solutions.
So, looking at the photo, it becomes obvious that the new Buzzard reminds Harrier only to the central pillar. But the feed in the new model was thoroughly reworked, although the geometry of the rear lights retained similarities with the Tata Harrier optics.
It is known that the wheelbase remained unchanged – 2,741 mm, the length increased to 4,661 mm, and the overall height is now 1,786 mm (+ 80 mm due to roof rails). The large Tata Buzzard drives a two-liter Kryotec turbodiesel from Tata Harrier, which in reality is a more powerful Fiat Multijet II engine. Its return is equal to 170 hp A six-speed “mechanic” or an automatic gearbox from Hyundai with the same number of stages will act as a transmission.
About the cost of the new Tata Buzzard information yet. On the conveyor, this model will rise in the last quarter of this year, but now autoexpert tipped the novelty title of Tata brand.
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