The Tata Safari feature list has been updated, resulting in a price increase of Rs 7,000-12,000 for the mid-and top-spec variants. This comes after the recent announcement of the Tata Safari Gold version, which added extra features and tweaked the design. Additionally, the addition of features comes at a good time as the Mahindra XUV700, Safari’s archrival, is about to get a full-price reveal.
- The Safari XT is now equipped with an air purifier.
- Wireless charging, wireless Android Auto, and Apple CarPlay are available on some models.
- Safari prices have increased by Rs 7,000 to Rs 12,000 for mid- and high-spec vehicles.
Tata Motors has quietly increased the ex-showroom cost of several Safari SUV versions. The three-row SUV comes in six model levels: XE, XM, XT, XT Plus, XZ, and XZ Plus. The automatic models of the automobile have seen a price rise of up to Rs 7,000.
The XTA Plus model costs Rs 7,000 more, while the XMA and XZA models cost Rs 3,000 more. All other automatic trims (XZA Plus, XZA Plus 6-seater, XZA Plus Adventure 6-seater, XZA Plus Adventure, XZA Plus Gold, XZA Plus Gold 6-seater) receive a 2,000-rupee price increase. The Safari is available in two special editions: Adventure and Gold, in addition to the basic trim.
Tata Safari Interior :
From the mid-spec XT trim onwards, Tata Motors is adding the air purifier. In the meantime, the XZ, XZA, and higher models now offer a wireless charger as well as wireless Apple and Android connectivity. Aside from that, there haven’t been any additional feature updates.
The Safari XT, for example, comes with an automatic air conditioner, LED headlamps, automatic headlamps and wipers, electrically foldable wing mirrors, keyless entry and start, 18-inch alloy wheels, tire pressure monitor, connected car technology, rear camera, and cruise control. The XT+ or XTA+ are the options for those who prefer a panoramic sunroof.
The XZ and XZA come standard with xenon projector headlamps, leatherette seat upholstery, terrain response modes, 8.8-inch touchscreen, JBL audio system, 7.0-inch part-digital instrument cluster, hill descent control, powered driver seat, an auto-dimming rearview mirror. 6- and 7-seat arrangements are available on the XZ+ and XZA+ versions with the panoramic sunroof.
Inside and exterior, the Safari Gold edition has gold highlights, as well as distinctive amenities like diamond-quilted genuine leather seats and seat ventilation for the first and second rows. Furthermore, features like an air purifier, wireless charger, and wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, which debuted on the Safari range with the Gold edition, have now been added to the regular models.
In addition, Tata Motors raised the pricing of the Tiago, Tigor, Nexon, and Altroz last month, as detailed here. This month, the Indian carmaker is providing savings of up to Rs 40,000, and you can see the model-specific offers here.
The Safari will only be available with a diesel engine. A 2.0-liter diesel engine with 168 horsepower and 350 Nm of torque powers the three-row SUV. A six-speed manual transmission and a six-speed torque converter automatic transmission are also viable transmission options. The MG Hector Plus, Hyundai Alcazar, and Mahindra XUV700 are all competitors for the Tata Safari.
Tata Safari’s Indian competitors have been updated.
The Safari will compete against the Hyundai Alcazar and MG Hector Plus, as well as the Mahindra XUV700’s 7-seat option, in the near future “as read and reported by www.autocarindia.com”.