Tata Motors launched their all-new 7-seater SUV Safari in the market earlier this year. Tata has received good response from buyers and they have also started the delivery. The all-new Tata safari is based on the Tata Harrier SUV that got launched couple of years ago. Tata has launched the all-new Safari in both 6 and 7 seater options. Prices for the all-new Safari start at Rs 14.69 lakh, ex-showroom and goes up to Rs 21.45 lakh. Apart from the name, there is nothing in common to the last generation Safari that was discontinued from the market. Here we have a video shows mass delivery of the all-new Tata Safari SUV.
The video has been published by Synchromesh on their YouTube channel. The video starts by showing a line up of brand new Tata Safari SUVs that are ready for delivery. This mass delivery event has been conducted by Sree Gokulam Motors, Kochi, Kerala. We could see 10 all-new Tata Safari SUVs being lined up for delivery in the video.
The video shows the cars and then after a small function, the keys have been handed over to the owners. One of the interesting thing that is seen in the video is that, most of the buyers had opted for a top-end trim version with panoramic sunroof and other features. One of the buyers had also opted for the Adventure Persona Edition, which is a lot more sportier or rugged looking version of the regular Safari. The Adventure Persona Edition is based on the top-end trim XZ+ variant and gets a darker looking interiors than regular Safari.
Tata Safari was a popular SUV huge fan following in India. Tata had to discontinue the SUV due to low sales and new emission norms. It was only at the beginning of this year that Tata announced that the new 7-seater SUV will be named after the iconic SUV. The all-new Safari is actually based on the same platform as Harrier.
It is slightly taller and longer than the regular Harrier to accommodate the third row of seats. The Safari offers features like white leather interiors, ash wood grey inserts on dashboard, touchscreen infotainment screen, panoramic sunroof, electrically adjustable driver seat, auto dimming IRVMs, electronic parking brake, multi function steering wheel, JBL speaker system and so on. Safari is available with both captain seats and bench seat option for the second row.
On the outside, the Safari resembles a lot with the 5-seater Harrier. It has a front grille with chrome finished tri-arrow design elements on it. There is a sporty looking alloy wheels that are similar to what we have seen in Harrier. The rear gets a steeper looking design in comparison to Harrier with safari branding on the boot, along with split tail lamps.
Tata Safari is powered by a diesel engine. This is the same engine that is used in the Harrier. This is a Fiat sourced, 2.0 litre turbocharged diesel engine that generates 170 Ps and 350 Nm of torque. This engine is available with both 6-speed manual and 6-speed automatic gearbox option.