The New 2021 Tata safari launched with a starting price of Rs 14.69 lakhs ex-showroom and offered in 11 variants.
- 2021 Safari offers in only one engine option
- Price ranges between Rs 14.69 lakhs to Rs 21.45 lakhs ex-showroom
- 2021 Tata safari rivals with MG hector plus, Mahindra XUV500
Tata Motors today has finally announced the price range for the all-new 2021 Safari. Tata safari priced between Rs 14.69 lakhs for the starting XE trim and, goes up to Rs 21.45 lakhs for the top-end trim XZA+ (All prices are, ex-showroom). It is only offering one engine option 2.0-liter diesel, with a manual and automatic transmission system. It is powered with a 2.0 liter inline 4-cylinder oil burner is good enough capable of producing 170 PS of maximum power and 350 Nm of peak torque. The transmission duties are performed by a 6-speed manual and an optional 6-speed torque convertor sourced from Hyundai, which sends power to front wheels only, same as in Tata Mid-size SUV Harrier.
Tata Safari based on the same D8 land rover OMEGA that underpins the Harrier. In some other ways we can say that Tata safari is the 6-seater and 7-seater version of Harrier, in terms of styling and features as well, an additional 3rd row and the length have been increased. On the exterior, the front fascia has been redesigned, and elsewhere you could find 18-inch alloy wheels same design as in Harrier and redesigned drear tail lights with an upright Boot lid. Tata had brought the Safari nameplate after 2 years of absence, and it is quite obvious as the design elements are the same as the Harrier, and they share the same wheelbase as well. On the interior, it gets wood trim on the dashboard, with a light color interior at the lower part. The seats have seen colored white to give it an Upmarket atmosphere in the 2021 Tata safari launched.
The equipment’s list comprises speakers of the JBL system, an 8.8-inch floating infotainment system that supports android auto, apple car play, navigation and so on. It also features a 7-inch digital instrument cluster, push-starts/stop, Panoramic sunroof, Steering mounted controls, auto climate control, electric parking, Auto Hold, Auto Hill assists, and so on. Tata safari offers only 7-seater configuration as standard, while 6-seater configuration available only with XZ+ and XZA+ variants respectively. Although, AWD is not available for now as Tata stated that the OMEGA platform is now ready for All-wheel drive as well as electrified powertrains as well. So, in the future, we could get 4-WD options and Hybrid drivetrains as well. The Tata safari rivals the likes of MG Hector plus, and Mahindra XUV500.
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