Though both these front-wheel driven SUVs derive power from FCA’s 2.0-litre diesel mill, both were then tuned to put out a different power output. Both were mated to a six-speed manual gearbox, but the Harrier's Kyrotec engine churned out 140bhp and 350Nm of torque. On the other hand, the Hector's diesel motor pumped out 170bhp of power and same amount of torque. Let's take a look at the real-world fuel efficiency figures we obtained during our testing cycle.
City Fuel Economy
Highway Fuel Economy
Do note, at 1,640kg the Hector is a little lighter than the Harrier that weighs 1,670kg. These cumulative mileage figures mean the Harrier with a fuel tank of 50 litres has an approximate range of 620km. The Hector then, with a better fuel economy and a bigger 60 litres tank, has a better range of 770km. These figures will vary for each individual according to their driving style and driving conditions. Click here to know all the details about the comparison of these two mid-size SUVs that were put through our comprehensive evaluation tests.