Tata Motors has recently unveiled the all-new Safari SUV, which will be the upcoming flagship product of the homegrown maker in the Indian market. Pre-launch bookings of the 2021 Safari will commence from 4th February 2021, followed by its launch later in the coming weeks. Though we all know that the new Safari is based on the Harrier SUV, it gets a slightly tweaked design, better features, and apparently the third row of seats for extra practicality.
The 2021 Safari will be powered by the same 2.0-liter turbo diesel engine as its 5-seater counterpart. First, take a look at the specification table for the finer details: –
No of Cylinders
6-speed manual/torque converter automatic
With the modern Safari, you will get six variant options to choose from – XE, XM, XT, XT+, XZ, and XZ+. The XM, XZ, and XZ+ trims will also get the choice of two-pedal convenience. The variant-wise features details of the 2021 Safari have already been revealed by the Tata motors. So, if you're planning to put your money on this 7-seater utility vehicle, here's a look at the moolah you are expected to spend on this upcoming Tata offering: –
2021 Tata Safari Variants
Between Rs 14.40 lakh – Rs 14.50 lakh
Between Rs 15.65 lakh – Rs 15.75 lakh
Between Rs 16.50 lakh – Rs 16.80 lakh
Between Rs 16.90 lakh – Rs 17.25 lakh
Between Rs 17.70 lakh – Rs 18.10 lakh
Between Rs 18.10 lakh – Rs18.50 lakh
Between Rs 19.4 lakh – Rs 19.7 lakh
All prices, ex-showroom.
Note: These prices are our estimates and are likely to differ from the actual rates.
In our opinion, the introductory prices of the new Tata Safari are likely to start from Rs 14.4 lakh for the entry-level XE variant and go up to Rs 21.3 for the fully-loaded 6-seater XZA+ trim. These prices are expected to rise a few months after the launch.
In the 7-seater SUV segment, the 2021 Tata Safari will take on the likes of MG Hector Plus (Rs 13.34 lakh to Rs 19.32 lakh), Mahindra XUV500 (Rs 13.83 lakh to Rs 19.56 lakh), and the upcoming 7-seater Hyundai Creta.