Tata Motors has finally launched the new Tata Safari in India. The company has introduced the SUV at an introductory price of ₹14.69 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). Bookings for the SUV began earlier this month and the company promised deliveries to commence soon after the launch.
The top variant Adventure Persona automatic variant has been priced at ₹21.45 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). In comparison, the Tata Harrier starts at ₹13.99 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) and the top variant of the five-seater SUV goes up to ₹19.24 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).
The car will be offered in six different trims and a total of eleven variants including the newly introduced Adventure Persona edition. The car will be sold in three colours for the standard variant which includes Royal Blue, Orcus White and Daytona Grey. Interested buyers can book the new Safari by paying ₹30,000. Bookings can be done via Tata Motors dealerships as well as through the official online site.
The company has also launched an Adventure Persona edition of the Tata Safari SUV. The new edition will be available in Tropical Mist colour. The special edition SUV comes with earthy brown interiors paired with dark chrome.
Here’s a list of variants and the difference between them:
- The base XE variant offers dual airbags, all-disc brakes, electronic stability program along with hill hold control and rollover mitigation.
- The Multi Drive Modes and touchscreen music system starts from XM variant onwards.
- The XT variant offers features such as iRA connectivity, fully automatic climate control and a panoramic sunroof.
- The top of the line XZ variant offers xenon HID projector headlamps, terrain response modes, six airbags, electronic parking brakes with auto hold, 8.8″ touchscreen infotainment with 9 JBL speakers and a subwoofer, powered driver seat and diamond cut 18″ alloy wheels.
In terms of interiors, there are multiple seating configurations available with the new Safari. The company is offering a six-seater version with captain seats whereas the bench seat version can accommodate seven passengers.
The new Safari is powered by a 2-litre diesel engine that can churn out 170 PS of power. The engine is either mated with a six-speed manual or automatic transmission.