Is 2021 Tata Safari Worth Buying? Know All About It!

Tata Motors launched the all-new 2021 Tata Safari in the Indian market in January this year. While the new Tata Safari is essentially just a seven-seater version of the Harrier which was earlier supposed to be named as the Gravitas. However, the Safari brand name has made it very popular. But, is 2021 Tata Safari worth buying? Here you will know all about it!

is 2021 Tata Safari worth buying

Tata Safari SUV – Looks and Colour Variants

The all-new Tata Safari takes its design inspiration from the Harrier. At the front, it gets a new chrome-embellished grille with a big Tata logo in between. The SUV also gets LED DRLs on top and headlamps at the bottom, just like the Harrier, along with fog lamps and chrome surrounds all-around. The side profile of the SUV houses massive 18-inch alloy wheels and at the rear, it features LED tail lamps. The all-new Tata Safari is available in five different colours. They are – Royal Blue, Daytona Grey, Orcus White, Tropical Mist and Black Gold. It also gets a Gold Edition and Camo Edition.

Tata Safari SUV – Dimensions and Capacity

DimensionsNew Tata Safari
Length4661 mm
Width1894 mm
Height1786 mm
Wheelbase2741 mm
Seating Capacity6 and 7 occupants
No. Of Doors5 doors
Ground ClearanceNot Available
Boot Space73 litres (with all seats up)
447 litres (with third-row folded)
910 litres ( with second and third-row folded)
Fuel Tank Capacity50 litres

The new Tata Safari measures 4661 mm in length, 1894 mm in width and it has a height of 1786 mm. The SUV has a wheelbase of 2741 mm and it is a six and seven-seater vehicle. The ground clearance of the new Tata Safari has not been revealed but it gets 73 litres of boot space with all three rows up and a fuel tank capacity of 50 litres.

Tata Safari SUV – Engine Specifications

SpecificationTata Safari SUV
Diesel Engine2.0-litre turbocharged diesel
Maximum Power170 PS of power
Maximum Torque350 Nm of torque
Manual Gearbox6-speed manual gearbox
Automatic Gearbox6-speed torque converter AT
Emission NormBS6
AWD or 4×4 AvailableNo

The new Tata Safari draws power from a BS6 compliant 2.0-litre, four-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine. This diesel mill pumps out 170 PS of maximum power and 350 Nm of peak torque. The engine comes paired to a 6-speed manual gearbox and it gets a 6-speed torque converter AT too. However, it doesn’t get an all-wheel-drive system or even 4×4.

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Tata Safari SUV – Features and Safety Equipment

The new Tata Safari is a very feature-loaded SUV.  It gets an 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity and it even gets Tata’s iRA connectivity with a host of connected car features. Some other features of the new Safari include a semi-digital cluster, panoramic sunroof, etc. The safety features of the SUV include up to seven airbags, ABS with EBD and Brake Assist, ESC (Electronic Stability Control), HSA (Hill-Start Assist Control), VSM (Vehicle Stability Management), rear parking sensors with a reverse parking camera, etc.

is 2021 Tata Safari worth buying

Tata Safari SUV – Price and Competition

The new Tata Safari is currently priced in India between Rs 14.99 lakhs – Rs 22.01 lakhs. All the prices mentioned here are applicable to Ex-showroom Delhi. It rivals the Mahindra XUV 500, upcoming Mahindra XUV 700, MG Hector Plus, Hyundai Alcazar and the likes.

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Tata Safari SUV – PROS and CONS

Design and StylingNo AWD or 4×4 in a Safari
Comfort and SpaceSome other Mid-size SUVs offer more features
Performance and MT’s MileageLimited Third Row Space 
Gets all the usable FeaturesPricing Of Top Variants on the expensive side
Great Ride QualityMileage of AT variant

Now, you know is 2021 Tata Safari worth buying or not. Do you like the new Tata Safari? Do tell us in the comments section below.

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