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Tata Safari Storme

Rs 10.62 - Rs 15.61 Lakh
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Engine 2179 cc
Mileage 14.1 kmpl
Anti-Lock Braking System Yes
Driver Airbag Yes
Turbo Charger Yes
USB & Aux Yes
Integrated 2DIN Audio Yes
Duration 60 months
EMI Rs 20,543 /mo.
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Showing information of Tata Safari Storme VX 4WD Varicor 400 - Diesel variant

Recent Updates of Tata Safari Storme

Tata is readying a face-lifted version of the Safari Storme to make it more appealing for buyers with refreshed interiors and exteriors, along with added equipment and a retuned engine

Price List of Tata Safari Storme

Variant (Ex-Showroom Price)  
Diesel Variant(s)
2179 cc, 148 bhp, 14.1 kmpl Diesel
Rs 10.62 Lakh*
2179 cc, 148 bhp, 14.1 kmpl Diesel
Rs 12.51 Lakh*
VX Varicor 400
2179 cc, 154 bhp, 14.1 kmpl Diesel
Rs 14.09 Lakh*
VX 4WD Varicor 400
2179 cc, 154 bhp, 14.1 kmpl Diesel
Rs 15.61 Lakh*

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User Reviews of Tata Safari Storme

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    Shivank Dec 29, 2015

    I purchased this SUV recently, and I am happy to say that it lived upto my expectations. I was looking for a comfortable SUV that can perform well in the off-road conditions and at the same does not burn a hole in my Pocket. Good ride quality ensures that I stay comfortable during the long drives and the trustworthy off-roading Read More

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    Hakim Sep 27, 2013

    Best car ever wonderfull car awsome comfirtable in all respect Read More

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    Prabhdeep Sep 24, 2013

    I am driving safari storme and it is a very good SUV. It has very good stability and the overall performance is good. The one thing that i hate about this car is the average interiors but the overall ride quality is very good Read More

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Videos of Tata Safari Storme

Watch latest video reviews of Tata Safari Storme to know about its interiors, exteriors, performance, mileage and more.

Pictures of Tata Safari Storme

Colors of Tata Safari Storme

  • Arctic Silver

  • Arctic White

  • Astern Black

  • Pearl White

  • Urban Bronze

Mileage of Tata Safari Storme

Variant Mileage (City) Mileage (Highway)
Diesel 10.8 kmpl 14.1 kmpl

Review of Tata Safari Storme

The 2015 Safari Storme facelift comes across as a well rounded package with minor updates. Tata has not played around with the design at all and the only visible change is the new grille and this is a good thing because the Safari Storme has massive road presence and pure SUV looks. 
Tata has taken customer and media feedback positively and this has resulted in multiple improvements in the cabin. Out goes the bigger old steering wheel that has been replaced by the one seen in the Zest and Bolt. The wheel also houses controls for the audio system. The higher versions also come with a new integrated audio system that looks and sounds better. This has resulted in minor updates to the central console. 
Space and comfort is excellent in the first two rows but the Storme continues to suffer from a bad 3rd row - this is best suited for kids as there is lack of headroom and knee room for adults. The Storme also comes without some of the features that are seen in other Rs 10-14 lac products like the Aria and XUV. 
The new Storme comes with the same 2.2-litre engine that is now being badged as Varicor. Mawimum power is up by 7% to 150PS though torque remains unchanged. Power delivery is slightly better but the SUV continues to suffer from turbo lag but once on the boil, the Storme can be a quick vehicle for its weight and size. 
The VX version continues to come with optional 4x4. Inspite of its height and weight, the Storme is an excellent off-road vehicle. Wheel articulation is good and the low ratio transfer box can help you get out of tricky situations easily. 
The new Safari Storme has a lower staring price of Rs 9.9 lac (about 40k less than older version) but the base model (LX) comes without safety aids like ABS and other features (no 3rd row seats too). Pricing for EX and VX remains unchanged. 

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Tata Safari Storme Varicor 400

  • Overview
  • Interior
  • Exterior
  • Mileage Running Cost
  • Comfort Suspension
  • Engine Performance
  • Braking Safety


Space and comfort have always been the high points of the Storme and these remain unchanged. Tata has increased the overall appeal by changing a few things in the new Storme. Step inside the cabin and you notice the new steering wheel that has been borrowed from the Bolt / Zest twins. This is a slightly smaller unit and its placement is also far better than the earlier version. Take your eyes to the central console and you notice the new integrated audio system that supports Bluetooth and sounds far better. However that said, with the Bolt and Zest getting touch screen infotainment systems, this one feels from the era gone by. Tata has improved the overall quality of interiors and the but practically, there are a few sore points - storage spaces arent enough and the Storme doesnt come with features like rear camera, cooled glovebox etc. 
There is ample space in the first two rows but the last one is best for kids. The base LX version doesnt get the 3rd row jump seats. Worthy of a mention is that there are both roof mounted as well as floor mounted air-vents for the 2nd row passengers. 
Thanks to the height of the car, visibility is excellent but passengers really need to climb inside this SUV. 

  • What we like

    Spacious interiors and comfortable seating for 5. Good visibility all around

  • What we dislike

    Lack of features, tight 3rd row best for kids


The Safari Storme is a big SUV and tremendous road presence. The new facelift version looks identical to the earlier version save for the new grille design. 
In terms of numbers, the Storme measures 4655mm in length, 1965mm in width and 1922mm in height. The higher versions ride on 235/70 R16 tyres while the LX gets 15-inch rims. 
The Storme is easily recognisable due to its design similarities with the original Safari, a product that was launched in 1998. But even 17 years down the line the design looks great and matches with the overall personality of the SUV 

  • What we like

    Looks great - typical SUV lines! Muscular design too. 

  • What we dislike

    None really - this is a proper SUV

Mileage Running Cost

The ARAI certified fuel economy of the new Storme stands at 14.1kmpl. 
We got 12-13=kmpl during our highways runs at speeds of 100km/h. Expect it to deliver 10-11kmpl in city conditions. 
Thankfully the new Storme comes with a bigger fuel tank that has a capacity of 63 litres

  • What we like

    A bigger fuel tank gives it a longer touring range

News of Tata Safari Storme

Supreme Court Extends Diesel Car Ban in Delhi

Engines above 2,000cc will not be registered in Delhi-NCR The Supreme Court of India has extended the ban on diesel vehicles above 2,000cc until further notice in the Delhi-NCR region. Cars above the aforementioned capacity cannot be registered in the National Capital Region. “The nation is suffering. The BPO business is mostly done at night and employees have to be ferried in these taxis,” stated Kapil Sibal, Senior Advocate of the apex court. The bench against the diesel ban is led by Chief Justice of India, TS Thakur and has pointed out to car makers that they are in the... Read More

Posted On | May 11, 2016 | 404 Views

Five things to know about Tata Safari Storme Varicor 400

Tata Safari Storme Varicor 400 is the latest variant of the Safari in the market. It is one of the many updates that Tata has released in the recent years. Here are 5 things that you should know about the Tata Safari Storme. Tata Safari Storme Varicor has no changes in the exterior except the LED lamps between the headlamps and the fog lamps. Tata Safari Storme Varicor LED DRLs Safari Varicor's biggest change is the Varicor 400 engine. The engine now has improved power which now tops at 156 PS and the torque has been greatly improved to peak... Read More

Posted On | Mar 07, 2016 | 2063 Views

Uprated Tata Safari Storme Varicor 400 launched at Rs 13.25 lakh

Tata Safari Storme is now available with a more powerful VARICOR 400 engine Tata Motors has launched a new version of the Safari Storme that comes powered by an uprated 2.2 L Varicor 400 engine. Available only in the top-end VX variant, the new powertrain will be offered in both 4x2 and 4x4 drive options. The 4x2 version is priced at Rs. 13.25 lakh while the 4x4 version carries a price-tag of Rs. 14.59 lakh (both prices are ex-showroom, Delhi) The latest addition in the Safari Storme range is powered by the same 2.2-litre engine as available in the regular... Read More

Posted On | Dec 09, 2015 | 1039 Views
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