Today we have the homegrown manufacturer Tata recently launched Safari base variant XE modified with 10-inch touchscreen and bucket seats.
- Tata safari base XE variant modified with bigger split screen infotainment
- Most of the modifications done on the interior, along with new set of alloy wheels
- No mechanical changes have been made safari continues to powered with 2.0 Litre oil burner
Tata Motors a few months back has announced the launch of a safari nameplate in the Indian market, with a long-wheelbase version of harrier. The SUV is being offered in a 6- 7- seater configuration. The Tata safari is offered in XE, XM, XMA, XT, XT+, XZ, XZA, XZ+, and XZA+ trims. Along, with this, the manufacture also launches the adventure persona variant of safari with a few blacked different color positioning, which looks sleek. Tata retails safari with a price range between Rs 14.99 lakh, which goes up to Rs 21.81 lakh ex-showroom. The safari competes against MG Hector Plus, Hyundai Alcazar, Mahindra XUV500, and Jeep Compass.
The Safari posting good sales figures month on month since its debut. While talking about the base XE variant features a 16-inch steel wheel, roof rails with a loading carrying capacity of 75 Kg, projector headlamps, DRLs, dual frontal airbags, tilt and telescopic steering, 50-50 split seats, and so on. Although the brand has offered plenty of equipment and features in its base version, some owners decided to add few more features into SUV. Today we have one of the Safari XE modified with interior and exterior – Which is worth Rs 1.10 lakh.
The Modification includes a 10-inch split-screen touchscreen, screen mirroring, JBL music system worth Rs 28,000. Along with this it also gets a bucket seat worth Rs 15,000. On the exterior, the stock wheels are replaced with a 17-inch alloy wheel worth Rs 42,000. Other modification includes are HID Rs 7,500, LED fog lamps Rs 3,000, LED parking light Rs 700, 7D matting Rs 5,000, reverse parking camera Rs 3,000, front camera recorder Rs 2,000 and steering control Rs 3,000. No mechanical changes have been made to the SUV, and it continues to be powered with a 2.0 Litre Kryotec DOHC CRDi oil burner, which develops 167 HP of power and 350 Nm of torque when paired with standard 6-speed MT or optional AT.