New Tata Safari Launched at Rs 14.69 Lakh Introductory Price

New Tata Safari Launched

Advertisement
Spread the love
New Tata Safari Launched | Tata Motors

 

One of the most hyped car of 2021, the New Tata Safari launched in India today at an introductory price of Rs 14.69 lakh which goes up to Rs 21.45 Lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). Tata Motors had started accepting bookings in the first week of this month and the amount was set at Rs 30,000. Deliveries of the New Tata Safari to start from today itself.

 

 

 

  • The New Safari is based on the same Omega Arc Platform that the Tata Harrier is also based on but its much longer and taller than the Harrier

 

  • Powertrain options include 170hp, 2.0-litre turbo-diesel engine

 

  • A new variant called the ‘Adventure Person Edition’ also launched at Rs 20.20 Lakh.

 

  • Unlike previously said it will now be offered in 9 variants across 8 trim levels namely- XE, XM, XT, XT+, XZ, XZ+, XZA, XZA+ and Adventure Persona Edition.

 

At the launch event today Tata Motors has also introduced a new Safari Adventure Edition Variant that will sit as a top-spec variant and is priced from Rs 20.20 lakh for the manual and goes up to Rs 21.45 Lakh for the Automatic. Most of the changes on this are visual that includes a new dual-tone beige and piano black interior, a new blue colour called ‘Tropical Mist’ for the exterior. Also gets blacked-out 18′ alloy wheels, skid plates, front grille and roof rails. 

 

2021 Tata Safari Price list

Variants

Price

XE

Rs 14.69 Lakh

XM

Rs 16.00 Lakh

XMA

Rs 17.25 Lakh

XT

Rs 17.45 Lakh

XT+

Rs 18.25 Lakh

XZ

Rs 19.15 Lakh

XZA

Rs 20.40 Lakh

XZ+

Rs 19.99 Lakh

XZA+

Rs 21.25 Lakh

XZ+ Adventure Edition

Rs 20.20 Lakh

XZA+ Adventure Edition

Rs 21.45 Lakh

Ex-showroom, Delhi

Design

 

The new Tata Safari or the 2nd Gen Safari shares both design and platform with the smaller Harrier SUV. Based on the same Omega Arc Platform the new Safari is 63mm longer and 80mm taller than the Harrier for all the extra headroom and legroom for the rear 2 rows of seats included. When looked from the front it looks similar to the Harrier but the main visual differences are visible from the sides that include design changes after the C-pillar with a larger overhang and a stepped roof just like the original previous-gen Safari. 

Other design changes are the roof rails with silver inserts with Safari embossed, large rear-quarter glass, newly designed rear taillights.

 

New Tata Safari Powertrain

 

Coming to the powertrain options on offer, the new Tata Safari will come with the same 2.0-liter 4-cylinder Kryotec turbo-diesel engine that powers the Harrier. The output figures are rated at 170hp and 350Nm same as that on Harrier. The gearbox options are also similar to that of the Harrier and the engine will come mated with either a 6-speed manual or 6-speed torque converter automatic in the Safari that will drive only the front wheels as of now.

Advertisement

 

Since the Omega architecture that the new Safari is based on is Land Rover derived platform which is designed to incorporate a four-wheel-drive system and even electrification for future use the Safari could also a 4×4 variant that will join be introduced later.

New Tata Safari Interior Details

 

The main talking point of the new Safari lies on the interior that includes the three rows of seats on offer. Like said before the new Safari launched today will come with both 6-seater and 7-seater options. While the 6-seater variants will get captain seats for the second row and the 7-seater to gets bench-type seats for the middle row. But for your information, the 6-seater option will only be available for the top-spec XZ+ and XZA+ variants.

The interior also features a new black and white interior theme along with some wooden accents to give it more premium feel. Besides the colour theme and seating configuration, the rest of the interior layout is similar to the Harrier. 

Talking about the equipment list on offer, the top-spec Safari XZ+ and XZA+ comes loaded with creature comfort and safety features like 6 airbags, drive or terrain modes, 18-inch alloy wheels, xenon HID headlights with automatic function, panoramic sunroof, electronic parking brake, dual-zone climate control, large floating type 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with iRA connected car tech and Apple CarPlay and Andriod Auto, a 9-speaker JBL premium sound system, 7-inch digital display in the instrument cluster for all vital driver info and many more on offer.

New Tata Safari Rivals

 

The New Tata Safari will rival up against other 7-seater SUVs in the segment like the new MG Hector Plus current-gen Mahindra XUV500. Some new 7-seater SUVs will also be introduced in this segment later like the Next-gen Mahindra XUV 500 and Hyundai’s New Creta-based 7-seater SUV.

 

Also See:

 

2021 Tata Safari Variants Explained in Details

 

Follow MotoTales NE on Facebook,  Instagram  and  Twitter for latest update on High Octane Automotive Contents and more.

 

Copyright (C) MotoTales NE. All Rights Reserved.

View Comments (4)

  • I do not even know how I ended up here, but I
    thought this post was great. I do not know who you are but certainly you are going to a
    famous blogger if you aren't already ;) Cheers!

  • I think that what you posted was very reasonable. But,
    what about this? suppose you were to write a awesome title?
    I mean, I don't want to tell you how to run your blog, however what if you added
    a headline that grabbed people's attention?
    I mean New Tata Safari Launched at Rs 14.69 Lakh Introductory Price - MotoTales NE
    is a little plain. You might glance at Yahoo's front page and watch how they create post titles to get people to click.
    You might add a related video or a related pic or two to grab people interested about everything've got to say.
    Just my opinion, it would make your website a little bit
    more interesting.

  • I'm curious to find out what blog system you're utilizing?
    I'm having some minor security issues with my latest site and
    I'd like to find something more safeguarded. Do you
    have any suggestions?