Tata’s New SUV Priced At Rs 14.69 Lakh Launched: Can It Compete Against Kia Seltos, Hyundai Creta, Toyota Innova?
The new Tata Safari has been launched in India and the starting price for this popular car will be Rs 14.69 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The bookings for the cars have already started as well.
Read on to find out all the details about this newly launched Tata Safari!
Tata Safari Launched At Rs. 14.69 Starting Price; Bookings Started Already
Tata has already started the bookings for the newly launched Tata Safari, and the booking amount has been decided at Rs. 30,000. The car is similar to Harrier, however, it is longer and taller.
The car is equipped with a 170hp, 2.0-liter turbo-diesel engine and it will be available in 7 trim levels – XE, XM, XT, XT+, XZ, XZ+, and Adventure Edition.
The Safari Adventure Edition has been priced at Rs. 20.20 lakh. There also is a new exclusive blue colour, called Tropical Mist. There is a blacked-out look on the 18-inch along with a triangular element on the front grille and the roof rails.
The interior will also be with a brown and white finish, in place of the standard model’s black and white one.
Tata Safari, Specifications And Features
The second-gen Tata Safari has shared its Omega Arc platform with the smaller Harrier SUV. As per reports, the Safari is 63 mm longer and 80 mm taller than the Harrier. This will help to accommodate the extra row of seats. There also are some other commonalities with the Harrier in the design of the car, which is evident from the front end of both the same SUVs.
However, the Safari is different from the sider and the rear (from the C-pillar onwards), in terms of the larger rear overhand and stepped roof design
Some other design changes include the roof rails with silver inserts carrying the Safari inscription a large rear-quarter glass (for third row occupants) and a more upright rear section, with a new tailgate and revised tail-lights.
The Tata Safari is powered by a 2.0-litre Kryotec turbo-diesel engine producing 170hp and 350Nm, which is similar to that of the Harrier. Another feature similar to the Harrier is the the 6-speed manual and 6-speed torque convertor automatic.