Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Why buy a new Tata Safari! Learn about the features and variants of this SUV

Tata Safari Price & Features: Tata Motors, the country’s largest automaker, has recently launched its new SUV Tata Safari. The company first introduced the Tata Safari two decades ago in 1998. Once again the company is trying to make big use of this name. Today in this article we will tell you about the unique things related to this SUV through which you can decide whether or not to buy this car.

This SUV is considered to be the 7-seater version of the Tata Harrier. But in size, it is approximately 63mm longer and 80mm longer and 72mm wider than the Harrier. Although there are many similarities between the features of these two vehicles, we will tell you about them in our next article. Currently, we are looking at Tata Safari. It is priced between Rs 14.69 lakh and Rs 20.20 lakh. This is the introductory price, i.e., the company may increase it in the near future.

What makes this SUV better: The SUV is built on the award-winning Impact 2.0 design language and omega architecture. The same platform was used to manufacture the company’s famous SUV Tata Harrier. It’s Land Rover’s D8 platform, its body frame and chassis make this SUV unique.

It was launched in the market with 6-seater and 7-seater options, while the 6-seater version offers captain seats and the 7-seater variant bench seats. In its third row, third row, features like Aircon vents, USB charging slot, cup holder, reading lamp are given. Seats in this line can also be easily folded.

Tata Safar seats

You may be disappointed by: Some regret that this powerful SUV is only available in the market with a diesel engine option. The company uses a powerful 2.0-liter Cryotech turbo diesel engine that produces 170 hp. It features a 6-speed manual transmission and a 6-speed torque converter automatic gearbox. However, its rival models are also available with petrol engines.

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Which variant is best: The company has introduced the new Tata Safari in a total of 6 variants, including the Adventure Parsona variant in its top variant. It has some better features than the regular model. If your budget is a bit low, you can choose the XZ variant with better features, which will cost Rs 80,000 less than the top XZ + model. However, a panoramic sunroof and a second row captain’s seat are not included in this variant. This variant is priced at Rs 19.15 lakh while the XZ + variant is priced at Rs 19.99 lakh.

Tata Safari

At the same time, lovers of the automatic model can opt for the Safari XMA, which is priced at Rs 17.25 lakh. These variants are available in a total of three colors, including Royal Blue, Daytona Gray and Orcas White. However, features like engine start / stop button, alloy wheels, automatic climate control, power folding third row seat and remote operating are not provided. But the other features given in it make it one of the best variants.

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Conclusion: As we have all seen the legacy of Tata Safari, it is not wrong to say that Safari has explained the true meaning of sport utility vehicle to the common people of the country. Now once again the company has made an effort to use this name. When this SUV was first launched in 1998, there was not much option available in the market. But now times have changed and there are so many options to compete in the SUV market. In the market, this SUV mainly competes with models like the NG Hector, Jeep Compass and Kia Celtos.


Why buy a new Tata Safari! Learn about the features and variants of this SUV
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