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The all-new Tata Safari shares its Omega Arc platform with the Harrier.
The rear styling is quite unique with its large rear quarter glass, upright tailgate, and longer overhang.
Its front end design is very similar to that of the smaller Harrier.
Initial tests show the Safari's performance will be just as brisk as the Harrier.
The Safari's ride quality is very good especially over bad roads.
Disc brakes are now offered at the front and rear to ensure braking performance doesn't suffer due to the higher kerb weight.
The Fiat-sourced, 2.0-litre Kryotec turbo-diesel produces 170hp.
The chrome-finished grille is unique to the Safari as well.
The split-headlight design has been carried over from the Harrier.
Higher trims come with 18-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels.
Dashboard design and layout will be familiar to those who have spent any time in the Harrier.
The part-digital instrument cluster houses a 7.0-inch MID screen.
The Safari gets an electronic parking brake.
the 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system feels a bit small by today's standards.
The Safari features an Oyster white and grey interior colour scheme.
The second-row has theatre-style seats, that are very comfortable.
The space on offer and seating position in the third-row is actually quite good in the Safari.
Boot space with all three rows in place is only 73 litres.
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