Legendary 7 seater car Tata Safari is back - Price in India, Review and Specifications

Legendary 7 seater car Tata Safari is back – Price in India, Review and Specifications

Legendary 7 seater car Tata Safari is back – Price in India, Review and Specifications. The legendary Tata Safari car was first launched in the year 1998. Tata Safari is a mid size SUV produced by the Indian brand Tata motors. The Safari which has an off-roading capabilities was designed as a seven seater with a foldable third row, roomy interior. It went up against Mitsubishi Pajero, the Toyota Land Cruiser and the Hyundai Galloper.

The production of the vehicle started from 1998 to 2019. Tata Motor started importing the vehicle to Europe in the same year of launching. The Safari was powered by 2.0 litres Peugeot XD88 turbo diesel unit with 87PS (64kW) power which was also used in the Tata Telocoline. This car had a synchronous forward five speed manual gearbox, with a 4WD option and 235/75X15 tyres. Tata Safari had a wheel base of 2,650 mm, length of 4,655 mm and width of 1,855 – 1,965 mm. It had a height of 1,922 mm. The Safari had a curb weight as 1,920 kg.

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In 2010, as a facelift Tata Motor introduced a new chrome grille, new interior trim, new interior instrumentation with wood inserts for the central console and new body colors.

On October 2012, Tata Motors launched Safari Storme which had new front and rear lights, new grille and redesigned bumpers, the rear spare wheel had been moved under the floor and the tailgate was also new. This model had over hundred changes done to it than Safari Decor but its overall design silhouette remained unchanged.

Around 3,192 Safari Stormed was provided as an official vehicle of India Army on December 2016.

At Geneva Motor Show 2019, the second generation Tata Safari was shown as Buzzard as the three row variant of Tata Harrier. The vehicle looked much similar to the Tata Harrier, the only changes being that it was a seven seater.

Tata second generation Safari is based on OMEGARC which is derived from the renowned D8 platform of Land Rover.

All-New Tata Safari is a benchmark in terms of design, performance, versatility, and long lasting build quality. The All-New Safari is born to ‘Reclaim their Life’ with its majestic stance, unmatched performance, effortless drivability, and top it with luxurious comfort, new age connected technology, spacious interiors.