Tata Safari gets new features ahead of XUV700 price announcement

    Standard Tata Safari sees a small price hike as it borrows some kit, like an air purifier, wireless charger and wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, from the Safari Gold edition.

    Published On Sep 27, 2021 02:52:00 PM


    Tata Safari gets new features ahead of XUV700 price announcement

    The Tata Safari has received a minor update to its features list resulting in a price hike of Rs 7,000-12,000 for the mid- and top-spec variants. This follows the recent launch of the Tata Safari Gold edition, which brought with it more equipment and some styling tweaks. The addition of features can also be considered timely, as the Safari's new arch-rival, the Mahindra XUV700, will see a full price reveal soon.

    • Safari XT now gets an air purifier
    • Some variants also get wireless charging, wireless Android Auto, Apple CarPlay
    • Mid- and high-spec Safari prices up by Rs 7,000-Rs 12,000

    Updated Tata Safari prices

    Prices for the XT and XT+ variants have increased by Rs 7,000, while the higher XZ, XZA, XZ+ and XZA+ have seen a mark-up of Rs 12,000. As such, the standard Safari is now priced at Rs 14.99 lakh-Rs 22.14 lakh, with the Gold edition coming in at Rs 21.90 lakh-Rs 23.18 lakh (all-prices, ex-showroom, Delhi).

    Updated Tata Safari prices (ex-showroom, Delhi)
    XERs 14.99 lakh
    XMRs 16.54 lakh
    XMARs 17.81 lakh
    XTRs 18.06 lakh (up by Rs 7,000)
    XT+Rs 18.86 lakh (up by Rs 7,000)
    XTA+Rs 20.09 lakh
    XZRs 19.81 lakh (up by Rs 12,000)
    XZARs 21.08 lakh (up by Rs 12,000)
    XZ+Rs 20.50 lakh (6-seat) / Rs 20.65 lakh (7-seat) (up by Rs 12,000)
    XZA+Rs 21.78 lakh (6-seat) / Rs 21.93 lakh (7-seat) (up by Rs 12,000)
    XZ+ AdventureRs 20.71 lakh (6-seat) / Rs 20.86 lakh (7-seat) (up by Rs 12,000)
    XZA+ AdventureRs 21.99 lakh (6-seat) / Rs 22.14 lakh (7-seat) (up by Rs 12,000)
    XZ+ GoldRs 21.90 (6-seat) / Rs 21.90 (7-seat)
    XZA+ GoldRs 23.18 (6-seat) / Rs 23.18 (7-seat)

    Updated Tata Safari: what’s new?

    Tata Motors has begun offering the air purifier from the mid-spec XT trim onwards. Meanwhile, the wireless charger and wireless Apple and Android connectivity have been added to the XZ, XZA and higher variants. Other than this, there aren’t any more feature revisions.  

    For reference, the Safari XT still gets an automatic AC, LED DRLs, auto headlamps and wipers, power foldable wing mirrors, keyless entry and start, 18-inch alloys, tyre pressure monitor, connected car tech, rear camera and cruise control. Those who want a panoramic sunroof can opt for the XT+ or XTA+.

    The XZ and XZA boast of xenon projector headlamps, leatherette seat upholstery, terrain response modes, 8.8-inch touchscreen, JBL audio system, 7.0-inch part-digital instrument cluster, hill decent control, powered driver seat and auto dimming rear view mirror. The panoramic sunroof equipped XZ+ and XZA+ variants additionally offer a choice between 6- and 7-seat layouts.  

    The Safari Gold edition gets a slew of gold-coloured accents inside and out, in addition to exclusive features like diamond-quilted genuine leather seats and seat ventilation for the first- and second-row occupants. Moreover, kit, like an air purifier, wireless charger, and wireless connectivity for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, which also debuted on the Safari range with the Gold edition, have now found its way to the standard variants.

    Updated Tata Safari: no mechanical changes

    The recent round of updates is limited to the equipment list, and there are no changes under the hood. As such, the Safari continues to be powered by a 170hp, 350Nm, 2.0-litre diesel engine. A 6-speed manual or a 6-speed auto gearbox help put down the power through the front wheels.

    Updated Tata Safari: rivals in India

    The Safari takes on the Hyundai Alcazar and MG Hector Plus, and soon enough, it’ll also have to contend with the Mahindra XUV700's 7-seat variant.

    Also see:

    Tata Safari Gold Edition Image Gallery

    2021 Tata Safari review, test drive

    More Tata special editions inbound: Design Head

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