2021 Tata safari currently offers seven different trim levels, where XE is the base and Adventure edition is the Top-end trim.

  • The XE variant priced at Rs 14.69 lakh ex-showroom
  • Safari powered with sole 2.0 Diesel FCA sourced engine
  • Safari XE base trim equipped with features

Tata Motors recently re-introduced the iconic nameplate of Safari after the absence of 4 years in the Indian market. The vehicle is well received by the customers, courtesy of its aggressive price range compared with Harrier as it is also called the 6-seater or 7-seater version of Harrier. Currently, 2021 Safari offers seven different trims starting with, XE, XM, XT, XT+, XZ, XZ+, and adventure edition. In its first launch, the vehicle recorded 1700 units. The entry-level trim XE is priced at Rs 14.69 lakh ex-showroom, New Delhi, and it is offered with a host of features and technology as well.

tata safari XE trim explained
Adventure edition exterior

The New 2021 Tata Safari powered with a sole 2.0 Litre FCA-sourced four-cylinder diesel engine, that develops, the maximum power output of 170 PS and peak torque of 350 Nm. The engine comes mated with a 6-speed manual transmission gearbox or an optional six-speed torque converter automatic transmission gearbox system, delivering power to the front axle only. While as per reports the company is planning to launch all-wheel drive configuration versions of 2021 Safari real soon. The XE base trim comes equipped with features like, tilt telescopic steering wheel, dual-frontal airbags, ESP, LED DRLs, projector Headlamps, Hill hold assist, rollover mitigation, traction control, cornering stability control, reverse parking sensors, and disk brakes on all four wheels.Tata safari XE base.

tata safari XE trim explained
2021Tata safari Rear View with new redesigned LED tailights compared with harrier

The braking system also boasts an anti-lock braking system. Other notable features in XE base trim, remote central locking, power windows, power windows, separate AC vents for third and second rows, split-folding 50:50 third row, 12V power outlets for the back row, Bose mode enable seat adjustable from the rear, 16-inch steel wheels, and roof rails with a loading capacity of up to 75 kg. On the interior it gets, 2Din audio system, LCD Screen, analog instrument cluster with MID in the middle, two-tone steering wheel without steering mounted controls, black fabric seats, two-tone oyster white and black theme, on exterior front profile, the entry-level variant gets a black Grille compared with Top-end trim gets a Chrome-Studded grille, but fog lamps are not in the list. The waiting period for the new Tata safari gets 2 to 3 months depending on variants and City.    

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