Tata Safari PriceList
Tata Safari Specifications
Dimension & Weights
|Overall Length||4650 mm|
|Overall Width||1918 mm|
|Overall Height||1925 mm|
|Ground Clearance||205 mm|
|No of Cylinders||4|
Tata Safari Features
|Tata Safari||DICOR 2.2 LX 4x2||DICOR 2.2 EX 4x2|
Tata Safari Colors
- Quartz Black
- Cycus Grey + Arctic silver
- Cycus Grey
- Pearl White
- Quartz Black + Real Earth
- Arctic Silver
Expert Test Drive Review
Tata has over the years accepted feedback and has implemented it by upgrading the quality of the interiors in the Safari. It has now acceptable quality of interior plastics, fit and finish has been improved off late. It has a functional instrument cluster with two oval dials and the central console features a single CD player with USB, AUX-in, MP3 compatibilities. It has DVD screen for the middle row passengers and is located behind the front seat headrest. It also has a huge amount of boot space if you fold the seats up to the middle row and you get 1380 liters of boot space. Other features include ample storage area, arm rests for passengers and AC vents in pillars which further aid in cooling of the car on a hot summer day.
The last row of seats are opposite facing ones with hinges. With all row of seats been used, there is practically only 120 liters of boot space but then fold the seats and tumble down the middle row and you get a humongous 1380 liters of boot space.
Tata Safari is offered with digital trip and tacho meter with digital outside temperature indicator.
The gear stick lever is housed in a pod surrounded by aluminium inserts in the Tata safari DiCor.
It has cup holder as well as can holder in the middle console.
Tata Safari has been around for a very long time now and the design and looks of the car has remained largely unchanged over the years. It has chrome tipped front grill and clear lens headlamp unit. Safari has triangular shaped fog lamps which give it a unique style statement and the front skid plate gives the perception of the SUV’s off-road capabilities. The side view demonstrates the excellent 205 mm of ground clearance. The alloy design remains unchanged over the years and flared wheel arches add to the aggressive profile of the car. Overall the car looks muscular and has a huge road presence.
Here is a feeling of liberation that comes from simply looking at the new Safari DiCor. Its strong lines and rebellious stance reminding you that anything is possible. It's a feeling that begins by looking at the striking new chrome grill, the chrome ORVMs, the majestic Ferrari silver sump guard and the Ferrari silver spare wheel cover. Only to become stronger as you discover more. The muscular hood of the car along with overall strong built. The grille is the typical chrome unit with the Tata l
The rear end also hasnt undergone much change, more or less it has become curvy now. There is now a rear wiper. The spare wheel position has changed over the years and now it is back on the rear hatch. The chunky reflectors are now on the bumpers. On the rear climb cladding, there is a camera.
The SUV looks muscular and chunky from the side.
The ground clearance of 205 mm is available in the Tat Safari DiCor.
The 2.2 liter VTT DICOR engine produces 140 BHP of peak power at 4000 RPM and a huge 320 NM of torque from as low as 1700 RPM. This motor has a sense of eagerness to lunge forward when required. It can cruise all day long at triple digit speeds and yet return good fuel economy. The engine has minimal turbo lag and the noise level from the engine are at a minimum.
Engine & Performance Details
Tata Safari has Instant pick up, acceleration 0 - 60 Kmph in 6.8 secs and acceleration 0-100 Kmph in 15.8 secs.
Tata Safari ahs a maximum top speed of Max Speed 160 Kmph
Tata Safari can reach 40-60 in 3.51 seconds during 3rd gear and can touch 80-100 in 5.44 seconds.
Tata Safari DiCor Gearbox and transmission is mated to a 5 speed manual transmission. Gone is the lazy demeanor of the earlier motors, this motor actually shows an eagerness.
Handling has been improved a lot in the Safari from the old days but massive amounts of body roll still remains. So its best to take the corner slow and the massive size and weight does not help either. Steering is decent and has been improved. It has good brakes owing to ABS and EBD which improves the safety factor present in the car along with ABS for the driver and the passenger.
Handling Braking & Safety Details
The best thing that this motor does is, cruise all day long at 100 Kmph. The gearshifts are still a bit rubbery as well as long but then the ratios are optimised. To overcome the slight turbo lag, the first three gears are paired shortly whereas the last two are a slight long to help in cruising comfortably. Idle was a bit of gravelly but when the SUV did warm up, the noise vanished. Piloting the Tata Safari around in town is quite a handful. This can be attributed to the heavy front end and the
Tata Safari DiCor has an effective braking performance Effective Braking, 80 - 0 Kmph stopping distance 38 meters. It has Vacuum Assisted Independent Hydraulic Front Ventilated Disc brake with Twin Pot caliper Rear Drum brake, Auto Adjusting Type
Collapsible steering column The steering column in the Tata Safari is designed to collapse into itself during full frontal impact, thus protecting the driver from the steering wheel., Mounted over a strong ladder frame, the shell has several crumple zones and other energy absorbing design features to soak up the energy of impact in case of a collision. The side impact beams counter impact in case of a side collision, elps defogging the rear windshield in case of mist formation in cold clim
Safari DiCor has an ABS system. If you brake hard in an emergency, the car wheels can skid & even lock, causing the vehicle to spin out of control. But with the Anti-lock Braking System, you can rest assured. Because it pumps the brakes for you even if you are driving on wet and slippery surfaces. ABS uses electronic controls to maintain wheel rotation when you brake hard and prevents the wheels from locking up. It pumps brakes at up to 30 times per second in an alternating pattern that helps yo
Tata Safari does not have a traction control but it does have a EBD (Electronic Breakforce Distribution) protects the occupants in case of any surprises on the road
Tata is known for its plush ride quality absorbing all the undulations and potholes on the road with ease. It does have a fair amount of body roll owing to the high center of gravity. It has ample stability for highway runs and will comfortably sit upwards of 100 kph which throwing its passengers around inside the car when going over bad patches of road.
Comfort & Suspension Details
The following features ensure that the Safari lives up to its reputation Perfectly cushioned, contoured seats Upright seating position Adequately placed seat pitch leading to maximum leg room Best-in-class headroom Adequate Thigh support on seats Appropriate Reclining angle of the seats Lumbar support on Driver and Co-driver seats.
The Safari comes equipped with a heavy-duty suspension designed to take on any terrain. It has a double wishbone system with torsion bars at the front.
5 link-suspension with coil springs at the rear. It ensures a superior ride and handling comfort, both on the road and off.
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