Tata Safari Storme review, test drive

    Tata has drafted in a successor to the Safari after 14 long years. But is it good enough to revive the carmaker's fortunes in the SUV segment?

    Published on Jan 21, 2013 07:33:00 PM


    Make : Tata

    The car you see here is the new Safari Storme. It looks like a facelift, but underneath, it is completely different from its predecessor. This is both a good thing and a bad thing, as you will soon see. Built on Tata’s hydroformed body-on-frame X2 platform, the Safari promises to be a whole lot better to drive and a lot more refined too. Prices start at Rs 9.9 lakh for the base 4x2 and go on to Rs 13.7 lakh for this top-end 4x4 VX. Question is, do the new underpinnings help the Safari take the big leap into the present?

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