Tata Safari made a comeback this year in an all-new avatar. While many people were not happy with the Safari being offered only with a front-wheel-drive layout, the SUV did perform quite well in the Indian market. There has not been a single 2021 Tata Safari in the used market until now. This is the first Safari that has popped in the used market.
It is the top-end XZA+ variant of the Tata Safari that has been priced at Rs. 23 lakhs by the seller. The price is lower than the on the road price of Safari’s top-end variant. The SUV has covered 1,500 km and it is covered by Zero Dep Insurance. It is a first-owner vehicle and the SUV was manufactured in March.
The reason for selling the vehicle so early in the ownership has not been stated in the advertisement. This Safari is registered in Delhi and is located in Ashok Vihar. You can contact the seller by clicking here and he would be able to share more details about this Safari.
From the pictures, the condition of the vehicle looks pretty neat and without any dents on the bodywork. The SUV is finished in White colour and the upholstery is also finished in Oyster White theme that matches the exterior. Being the top-end variant, it is equipped with all the bells and whistles that Tata has to offer as the Safari is the current flagship. Also, the owner has opted for the captain seats for the second row which gives a more premium experience to the occupants sitting in the second row.
The Safari that we see here is powered by a diesel engine. It is a 2.0-litre Kyrotec unit that produces 170 PS of max power and 350 Nm of peak torque. It is offered with a 6-speed manual gearbox as standard. However, the SUV in the advertisement is an automatic one. Tata is using a 6-speed torque converter automatic transmission for the Safari. So, this combination makes perfect sense for people who will be using the SUV a lot in bumper to bumper traffic and for daily commutes. As they will have the convenience of one foot driving.
The XZA+ variant comes with loads of features and equipment. It comes with a panoramic sunroof that lets in a lot of light to the cabin and the cabin feels airy and spacious. It is equipped with Xenon HID headlamps that offer better throw during nighttime than standard projector headlamps that used a halogen setup. The front fog lamps also have a cornering function so when you make a turn the light spread also turn in slightly in the same direction.
The door pads, upholstery, steering wheel and gear knob gets leather upholstery for a more up-market experience. The dashboard also gets soft-touch material. Tata also offers three terrain modes. It is Rough, Normal and Wet. The centre stage of the dashboard is taken by an 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system that comes with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. It is connected to a 9-speaker system from JBL that includes subwoofer and amplifier. There is also a digital 7-inch instrument cluster, 6 airbags, Hill Descent control, electric adjustment for driver seat, electronic parking brake and 18-inch machined alloy wheels.