New addition to the family. We brought home my son's new Harrier XZ+ today. Now, we have two Tata cars at home. Nexon has the company of Harrier! But, who knows, there may be two Harriers too in future!
Yesterday, I decided to have Blue Diamond's RC in smart card in lieu of paper RC; visited the Vahan website, filled in the details for the issue of duplicate RC with the reason 'torn' and paid ₹ 525. When it is ready, I have to visit the RTO and collect the RC in smart card. I did the same for my Thunderbird 500 too by paying ₹ 375.
Today, I drove my son's Harrier Bangalore>Shravanabelagola>Bangalore for about 280 km. I really enjoyed driving Harrier in cruise control on the highway in all 3 modes, eco, city and sport. I love Harrier. The only thing that bothers me is its minimum ground clearance [laden] of 150 mm as against my Nexon's 184 mm [laden], both as per owner's manual. Keeping my fingers crossed.