Tata Safari

Tata Safari is a 6-7 Seater seater car, Ex-showroom price starting from Rs. 16,19,000 in India. It is available in 29 variants, 1956.0 cc engine available in 7 colour and 2 transmission option: Manual,Automatic. Tata Safari mileage is 14.5-16.3 kmpl.
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16.19 - 27.34 Lakhs*
*Ex-showroom price
Available Colours
Tata Safari Key Specs
Engine1956.0 cc
Mileage14.5-16.3 kmpl
Fuel TypeDiesel
TransmissionBoth
Available Colours

About Tata Safari

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    Tata Safari Variants & Price

    Tata Safari price starts at ₹ 16.19 Lakhs and goes up to ₹ 27.34 Lakhs (Ex-showroom). Tata Safari comes in 29 variants. Tata Safari's top variant is Accomplished Plus 6 STR Dark Edition AT.

    Fuel Type:
    All
    Transmission:
    All
    16.19 Lakhs*
    1956 cc
    Diesel
    Manual
    16.69 Lakhs*
    1956 cc
    Diesel
    Manual
    17.69 Lakhs*
    1956 cc
    Diesel
    Manual
    18.19 Lakhs*
    1956 cc
    Diesel
    Manual
    19.39 Lakhs*
    1956 cc
    Diesel
    Manual
    20.39 Lakhs*
    1956 cc
    Diesel
    Manual
    20.69 Lakhs*
    1956 cc
    Diesel
    Automatic
    20.69 Lakhs*
    1956 cc
    Diesel
    Manual
    20.99 Lakhs*
    1956 cc
    Diesel
    Manual
    21.79 Lakhs*
    1956 cc
    Diesel
    Automatic
    22.09 Lakhs*
    1956 cc
    Diesel
    Automatic
    22.49 Lakhs*
    1956 cc
    Diesel
    Manual
    22.49 Lakhs*
    1956 cc
    Diesel
    Manual
    23.04 Lakhs*
    1956 cc
    Diesel
    Manual
    23.89 Lakhs*
    1956 cc
    Diesel
    Automatic
    23.99 Lakhs*
    1956 cc
    Diesel
    Manual
    24.34 Lakhs*
    1956 cc
    Diesel
    Manual
    24.44 Lakhs*
    1956 cc
    Diesel
    Automatic
    24.89 Lakhs*
    1956 cc
    Diesel
    Automatic
    25.39 Lakhs*
    1956 cc
    Diesel
    Automatic
    25.49 Lakhs*
    1956 cc
    Diesel
    Manual
    25.59 Lakhs*
    1956 cc
    Diesel
    Manual
    25.74 Lakhs*
    1956 cc
    Diesel
    Automatic
    25.84 Lakhs*
    1956 cc
    Diesel
    Manual
    25.94 Lakhs*
    1956 cc
    Diesel
    Manual
    26.89 Lakhs*
    1956 cc
    Diesel
    Automatic
    26.99 Lakhs*
    1956 cc
    Diesel
    Automatic
    27.24 Lakhs*
    1956 cc
    Diesel
    Automatic
    27.34 Lakhs*
    1956 cc
    Diesel
    Automatic
    *Disclaimer: The prices are ex-showroom price for the respective model in the selected city.
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    Tata Safari Specifications and Features

    Rear AC VentsYes
    Body TypeSUV
    AirbagsYes
    Keyless EntryYes
    Mileage14.5 kmpl
    Engine1956.0 cc
    Fuel TypeDiesel

    Tata Safari comparison with its competitors

    Model Name
    Tata Safari
    Tata HarrierHyundai AlcazarMG Hector Plus
    Price (Ex-Showroom)
    ₹16.19 - 27.34 Lakhs
    ₹15.49 - 26.44 Lakhs
    ₹16.77 - 21.28 Lakhs
    ₹17.5 - 22.43 Lakhs
    Expert Ratings
    4 out of 5
    3.5 out of 5
    3.5 out of 5
    4 out of 5
    Engine
    1956 cc
    1956 cc
    1493-1999 cc
    1451-1956 cc
    Mileage
    14.5-16.3 kmpl
    14.6-16.8 kmpl
    18.1-20.4 kmpl
    15.6 kmpl
    Fuel Type
    Diesel
    Diesel
    Petrol/Diesel
    Petrol/Diesel
    Airbags
    Yes
    Yes
    Yes
    Yes
    Transmission
    Manual/Automatic
    Manual/Automatic
    Manual/Automatic
    Manual/Automatic

    Tata Safari Mileage

    Tata Safari in India is available in Diesel variants. Average mileage of Tata Safari's petrol variant is (As claimed by the brand in ideal road conditions). Tata Safari Smart comes with a 50 litres fuel tank.

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    Smart
    Fuel Type
    Transmission
    Mileage
    Diesel
    Manual
    16.3 kmpl

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    Tata Safari User Reviews & Ratings

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    Tata Safari Expert Review
    4 out of 5
    Pros
    Decent styling updates on the outsideMuch more premium cabin than before
    Cons
    No AWD or petrol engine option

    The Tata Safari is the flagship model for the Indian car maker that was first introduced in the country in 2021. At that time, the focus was as much on drawing inspiration from an iconic name as was on putting a brand-new model on a pedestal. This eventually resulted in the introduction of a three-row vehicle that promised SUV-like style but claimed MPV-like comfort. Fast forward just two years and the updated Tata Safari has a new wardrobe to show off in 2023.

    And then there is the pivotal factor of in-car features - the more, the better, even if you end up not using a significant chunk of these in the long run. The Koreans started the trend and rivals like Tata Motors are only too keen to hit back. The Tata Safari, therefore, was always going to be pampered and peppered with features galore. So how do all of these factors come together to manifest in the flagship product from Tata Motors? Here is the first-drive review of the 2023 Tata Safari facelift:

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    2023 Tata Safari facelift: Exterior

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    The updated Safari looks a tad bit more sporty compared to the outgoing model, while still retaining its largely sophisticated exterior design language. The face, for instance, has been reworked and now sports a new grille, a reworked vertical housing for the fog lamps and headlights, and a stretched DRL bar that connects the sequential DRLs on either side. In a nutshell, the comprehensive updates of the front fascia have given the SUV a butch yet premium look, making it significantly distinctive from the previous model which it has replaced.

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    Several styling elements on the new Safari are similar to the style updates on the updated Harrier, like the grille, housing for the fog lights and head lights, and stretched DRL bar.

    There is not much change in the side profile of the new Tata Safari SUV, apart from the reworked alloy design on the 19-inch wheels. The design is likely to evoke different reactions from different viewpoints instead of inviting unilateral awe. But what works really well is how Tata Motors' designers have managed to snub the use of chrome elements and still come up with a visually striking profile. Overall, the side profile of the SUV looks slightly curvy and pretty clean. The subtly flared wheel arches give the SUV a bold and muscular look, while the new design alloy wheels enhance the premium sporty feel.

    There are no chrome elements on the rear of the Safari either, where a stretched LED bar connects the two tail lights and runs all across the length of the trunk door which, by the way, offers powered powered-open option. Besides that, the tailgate looks pretty sculpted thanks to the glossy black panel running through the centre of the trunk that also houses the sleek LED bar. The integrated roof spoiler and chunky black bumper with a thick metal skid plate are other design elements that come enhancing the SUV's bold visual appearance.

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    The use of chrome on the new Tata Safari has been kept to an absolute bare minimum.

    2023 Tata Safari facelift: Interior

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    The new Tata Safari's cabin has become much more premium now and a slew of updates to the feature list as well as to the upholstery lend the vehicle a premium appeal that would have otherwise been restricted to models in segments above the one this car competes in. The top-end Accomplished variant - or persona, as Tata Motors refers to it, comes with a dual-tone colour scheme inside the cabin but the White theme on the seats would be quite hard to maintain in pristine condition.

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    A look at the dashboard layout inside the new Tata Safari. While it sure does look more premium than ever before, it could be a nightmare to maintain the light-coloured upholstery.

    The layered dashboard now gets an artificial wood panel which is a nice touch while the central section is dominated by a 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment display unit that is intuitive, puts out clear feed from the 360-degree cameras and supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The map feed can also be redirected to the all-digital driver display screen for better navigation which now sports customisable layouts.

    The steering wheel has also been updated and is now a four-spoke set with mounted controls and has an illuminated Tata logo on it. This is certainly another nice touch from Tata Motors enhancing the premium quotient inside the cabin of the new Safari SUV. The updated steering wheel is quite easy to operate and control the advanced driver-assistance system (ADAS) functionalities that this car offers, courtesy of the layout of the control buttons on the wheel. On that note, the new Tata Safari SUV offers 11 ADAS functions in a further bid to aid driving safety and convenience.

    There are plenty of other convenience features that the new Safari packs as well, whether it is the dual-zone climate control function, air purification system, ventilated seats at the front and middle, voice-activated panoramic sunroof, Alexa to Home technology or remote access to the vehicle.

    Space remains the same inside the cabin of the new Tata Safari, which means that the SUV continues to be a decently spacious vehicle for passengers in all three rows. Space in that third row, however, continues to come at the cost of a compromised boot storage space. But that's really expected, right?

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    The two seats in the middle remain the best place to be at inside the updated Tata Safari, complete with window shades and dedicated AC vents.

    Overall, the new Tata Safari SUV come as a very well-appointed vehicle with quite a lot of space for comfortable long trips but now, at least in the top-spec version, is significantly more premium than before.

    2023 Tata Safari facelift: Safety

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    Tata Motors has been taking the front row across different segments in the Indian passenger vehicle market over the last few years when it comes to making safe cars. While the modern Tata cars come with a wide range of safety features, they also come with robust build quality as well. The Tata Safari facelift too comes following the same strategy.

    The Tata Safari comes well-equipped with a host of safety features designed to provide peace of mind to the occupants. Some of the advanced safety technologies available onboard the Tata Safari facelift include multiple airbags, electronic stability control, traction control, electronic parking brake with auto hold, rain-sensing wipers, rollover mitigation, hill hold control, 360-degree view HD camera system, adaptive cruise control, lane keep assist and lane departure warning, front collision prevention function, blind spot detection etc. Moreover, it also gets features like ABS with EBD, Isofix child seat anchors etc.

    Here are some of the key safety features onboard the Tata Safari.

    2023 Tata Safari facelift: Performance

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    Here is where the updated Tata Safari SUV could have been improved so much more. But isn't. So much has already been mentioned - and experienced - about the 2.0-litre turbo diesel motor under the hood and the choice between an automatic gearbox and a six-speed manual stick. Yes, the turbocharged diesel motor could have been refined further. Yes, the grunt is still uncomfortably palpable when pushing the vehicle to its limits. But yes, the new Tata Safari - especially with the automatic transmission - is still quite a fun car to drive and has enough power to get a move on when required. The suspension continues to hold its own on rough roads and the steering still has a nice heft to aid matters.

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    There is no AWD option on the Tata Safari still even if the vehicle is relatively comfortable on less than perfect roads.

    But why this otherwise very capable model does not also come with a petrol engine under its hood is beyond the comprehension of many. Tata Motors is almost snubbing the petrol-buying audience in the country, a group that is steadily increasing. There is also no 4x4 option for the updated version of the SUV because the platform on which the new Tata Safari is based on does not allow for it. But here is also a miss, especially as this model does go up against authentic off-road options in the market as well.

    2023 Tata Safari facelift: Verdict

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    The updated Tata Safari remains a very strong offering in the three-row SUV segment under 30 lakh.

    The updated Tata Safari is a big step up in terms of its exterior design and cabin features and quality when compared to the previous model. Space has always been this car's strength but the additions to the feature list arm this SUV to the absolute teeth.

    The diesel motor and the automatic transmission work extremely well in tandem but as mentioned previously, Tata Motors ought to strongly consider a petrol option for the model as well, especially considering the number of buyers favouring the petrol engines are increasing across India over the last few years

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    Tata Safari FAQs

    The Tata Safari offers a competitive mileage of 14.5 kmpl.
    The top variant of Tata Safari is the Accomplished Plus 6 STR Dark Edition AT providing advanced features and enhanced performance for a premium SUV experience.
    Tata Safari is a 6-7 Seater SUV.
    The Tata Safari comes in diesel variant offering a mileage of 14.5 kmpl.
    The Tata Safari comes with 1956.0 engine. It comes with both manual and automatic transmission options. With 29 variants, it caters to diverse preferences.

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