The Tata Harrier comes at a time when there's no dearth of options for anyone looking to buy an SUV in India. There's everything from small crossovers like the Hyundai i20 Active right up to performance behemoths like the Lamborghini Urus. But the Harrier's roughly Rs 20 lakh price tag means it finds itself at the deep end of this lot. It's more expensive than the very popular Hyundai Creta but undercuts its closest rival, the Mahindra XUV 500 and the versatile Jeep Compass. Tata Motors has thought this through though and packs its newest offering with the best chassis and engine components it could lay it hands on. This makes for an interesting backdrop for us to start evaluating where the Harrier stands when seen alongside its closest rivals.