Is Tata Safari Facelift a Blend of Power and Luxury?

A larger market is the target of the new Tata Safari. Tata Motors has upped the ante with its feature-rich, modern cabin that sports a macho facelift. These factors, along with the Safari's roomy interior and alluring safety net, make it difficult to overlook.

A new set of LED headlamps mounted on the front bumpers, a new exterior colour, an LED bar spanning the bonnet with a welcome feature and a new close-patterned grille with vertical slats coloured bronze are all included in the updated Safari. It has a washer-equipped rear wiper, an LED strip that spans the width of the tailboard and a connected LED taillamp arrangement with a sequential function on the back.

The flagship SUV has a tonne of features, including ambient lighting, a two-spoke steering wheel with an illuminated logo, a large touchscreen infotainment screen with wireless mobile connectivity, and a digital instrument cluster with a new interface. In addition, it keeps getting features like an ADAS safety suite, powered and ventilated front seats, an air purifier, and a panoramic sunroof.
Engine and Gearbox 
The 2.0-liter diesel engine powers the Safari facelift is tuned to generate 350Nm of torque and 168bhp, making it compliant with BS6 Phase 2. The six-speed torque converter and six-speed manual gearbox that come with this motor provide power to the front wheels.

Tata has properly adjusted the suspension to be pleasant and soften hard hits. When travelling over broken roads, there isn't much of the side-to-side rocking movement, but you can still feel the surface at times when moving slowly. At triple digit speeds, the Safari feels secure and at ease, which enhances the enjoyment of highway travel. 

The Tata Safari comes with a 10.25-inch digital driver's display, a 12-speaker JBL sound system, wireless phone charging, iRA 2.0, and a 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system with wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

Other features
A multicoloured ambient lighting system, dual-zone automatic air conditioning, a panoramic sunroof, ventilated front and rear seats (in the 6-seater model), an air purifier, a 6-way powered driver's seat with memory and welcome function, and a 4-way powered co-driver's seat with electric boss mode are among the extra features. 

The vehicle is equipped with various safety features such as electronic stability control (ESC), hill assist, TPMS, a 360-degree camera, up to seven airbags (six airbags as standard), and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS).

The Tata Safari is available in ten different variants: Smart (O), Pure (O), Adventure, Adventure+, Adventure+ Dark, Accomplished, Accomplished Dark, Accomplished+ Dark, Adventure+ A, and Accomplished+. Seven colours are available for the Safari: Lunar Slate, Supernova Copper, Oberon Black, Galactic Sapphire, Stardust Ash, Stellar Frost, and Cosmic Gold.

  • The Tata Safari's safety rating is five stars according to the Global NCAP.
  • seems more contemporary than previous models and resembles a concept car.
  • The Safari's interior has undergone a significant redesign.
  • The most recent version of Safari has an extensive list of modern features.
  • Adults can sit in the third row with reasonable comfort.
  • Haptic feedback could be added to touchscreen for optimal usage.
  • Only a few versions are compatible with the ADAS features. 
  • There isn't an AWD version of the Safari available. 
Tata Safari prices range from Rs. 16.19 Lakh for the base model to Rs. 27.34 Lakh (average ex-showroom) for the top model.

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