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Tata SafariTata Safari is a 7 seater SUV available in a price range of Rs. 14.99 - 21.81 Lakh*. It is available in 15 variants, a 1956 cc, BS6 and 2 transmission options: Manual & Automatic. Other key specifications of the Safari include a kerb weight of 1825, ground clearance of and boot space of 73 Liters. The Safari is available in 4 colours. Over 345 User reviews basis Mileage, Performance, Price and overall experience of users for Tata Safari.

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Key Specs of Tata Safari

Engine1956 cc
BHP167.62 Bhp
Seating Capacity7
Top Features
  • Power Windows Front
  • Anti Lock Braking System
  • Air Conditioner
  • Power Steering
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Safari Latest Update

Latest Update: Tata has hiked the prices of the Safari by up to Rs 36,400.

Tata Safari Price: The Safari is priced between Rs 14.99 lakh and Rs 21.81 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).

Tata Safari Variants: It is available in six trims: XE, XM, XT, XT+, XZ, and XZ+.

Tata Safari Seating Capacity: The Safari is available in both 6- and 7-seater configurations. The former gets the choice of captain seats in the top-spec variant.

Tata Safari Powertrain: It is powered by the Harrier’s 2.0-litre diesel engine (170PS/350Nm), paired to a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic. Tata could also offer a 1.5-litre turbo-petrol unit and an AWD at a later date.

Tata Safari Features: The Safari gets an 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, iRA connected car tech, 9-speaker JBL sound system, a panoramic sunroof, and a 6-way powered driver seat. It also gets cruise control, auto AC with the second and third row vents, mood lighting, tyre pressure monitoring, and premium leatherette upholstery for the dual-tone cabin.

Tata Safari Safety: In terms of safety, the new Safari gets disc brakes all around, an electronic parking brake with auto hold, traction control, up to six airbags, rollover mitigation, and corner stability control.

Tata Safari Rivals: The Safari fights it out with the Mahindra XUV500, MG Hector Plus, Hyundai Alcazar, and the Mahindra XUV700.

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Tata Safari Price

The price of Tata Safari starts at Rs. 14.99 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 21.81 Lakh. Tata Safari is offered in 15 variants - the base model of Safari is XE and the top variant Tata Safari XZA Plus Adventure Edition AT which comes at a price tag of Rs. 21.81 Lakh.

Tata Safari price list (Variants)

XE1956 cc, Manual, Diesel1 Month waitingRs.14.99 Lakh*
XM1956 cc, Manual, Diesel1 Month waitingRs.16.36 Lakh*
XMA AT1956 cc, Automatic, Diesel1 Month waitingRs.17.61 Lakh*
XT1956 cc, Manual, Diesel1 Month waitingRs.17.81 Lakh*
XT Plus1956 cc, Manual, Diesel1 Month waitingRs.18.61 Lakh*
XZ1956 cc, Manual, Diesel1 Month waitingRs.19.51 Lakh*
XZ Plus 6 Str1956 cc, Manual, Diesel
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1 Month waiting
Rs.19.99 Lakh*
Tata New Safari XZ Plus 6 Str Adventure Edition1956 cc, Manual, Diesel1 Month waitingRs.20.20 Lakh*
XZ Plus1956 cc, Manual, Diesel1 Month waitingRs.20.35 Lakh*
XZ Plus Adventure Edition1956 cc, Manual, Diesel1 Month waitingRs.20.56 Lakh*
XZA AT1956 cc, Automatic, Diesel1 Month waitingRs.20.76 Lakh*
XZA Plus 6 Str AT1956 cc, Automatic, Diesel1 Month waitingRs.21.25 Lakh*
Tata New Safari XZA Plus 6Str Adventure Edition AT1956 cc, Automatic, Diesel1 Month waitingRs.21.45 Lakh*
XZA Plus AT1956 cc, Automatic, Diesel1 Month waitingRs.21.61 Lakh*
XZA Plus Adventure Edition AT1956 cc, Automatic, Diesel1 Month waitingRs.21.81 Lakh*
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Tata Safari Review

Not only does the Safari have to fill in the big shoes of its predecessor, it also has to carry the mantle of being Tata’s flagship SUV

A lot of eyebrows were raised when in early January, the Gravitas was named the Safari. And despite test mules and early dealership vehicles being spotted with the “Gravitas” lettering on the boot, Tata claims that it was meant to be the Safari all along. Nevertheless, today we will refrain from getting into this debate. The SUV is here, it's called the Safari and we are only allowed a short drive. 

Till the Mahindra XUV500 and the Hyundai Creta 7-seater arrive later this year, the Safari’s only competition is the Hector Plus. Our points of focus are going to be its 7-seating abilities, creature comforts, the cabin practicality and its ride manners. But first, can it command respect on the road?

Honestly, we did not expect much from the Tata Safari. After all, it was supposed to be a Harrier with a third row of seats. But after spending close to 12 hours with it, we are pleasantly surprised. The Safari has its own personality, and a charming one at that. It can seat 7 people in comfort, the cabin feels really premium and the ride quality is fantastic. Overall, it offers everything you’d want from your next family car. This deal could have been made sweeter with the addition of certain modern day features like ventilated seats, a wireless charger, 360 degree camera and a better infotainment package.

However, all of these cuts can be justified with the price. We expect the Safari to be priced a lakh over the Harrier, which would mean it could cost between Rs 15 lakh - 22 lakh, ex-showroom. Anything beyond that will be asking for a bit too much, especially considering that the MG Hector Plus, the Safari’s biggest competitor in the market, is already less expensive than the Harrier itself. If Tata manages to get the price right, then the Safari could be the go to choice for a 7-seater, till more competition arrives later this year. 


The Safari is a big SUV. And while it is smaller than the likes of the Fortuner, it certainly is a size larger and commands better presence than the likes of the Kia Seltos and Hyundai Creta. That being said, there isn’t much to differentiate it from the Harrier from the front. The grill is new and looks more polished, and the skid plate here is finished in silver to help with the SUV look. Other than that the Xenon HID headlamps, LED DRLs, fog lamps, and even the bumper is the same as the Harrier. To an untrained eye, the two might even look the same. 

However, this similarity goes out of the kinked-up window as soon as you move to its profile. The roofline here does not slope down for a sporty stance. In fact, it does not slope down at all. It keeps rising all the way to the rear spoiler. And with this added mass, it certainly looks different, and larger than the Harrier. A good aspect of the design here is that even from the side, the Safari does not look like an MPV, but reassuringly SUV. 

The elements which help it look butch are the muscular flared wheel arches, the kink on the rear quarter glass, the step on the roof rails and the cladding on the C-pillar. And then comes the 18-inch alloy wheels--they have the same design as the Harrier but are an inch taller and has marginally taller sidewalls, which increases the ground clearance of the Safari as well. Get the measuring tape out and the Safari will measure +63mm in length and +80mm in height compared to the Harrier. The width and wheelbase remain the same. 

At the back, the slim parallel LED lighting helps break the mass of the bootgate. But it still looks a bit uncle-ish in design, especially those fake dual exhausts. Overall, the Safari will remain a head turner, at least for the first few months of it going on sale. 


The Safari’s interiors are warm and welcoming. And a lot of this has to do with the new upholstery. The Oyster White faux leather combined with the Ashwood trim on the dashboard add an upmarket feel to the cabin. The steering is wrapped in leather and even the door pads are well draped in the same upholstery as the seats. All of this makes for a premium experience from the get-go. Plus, the driver’s seat is power-adjustable and along with the tilt and telescopic steering adjust, getting into a commanding position won't be an issue. 

The cabin is full of features: automatic headlamp and wipers, digital instrument cluster, push-button start stop, mood lighting in doors, automatic climate control and auto day/night IRVMs. However, the biggest highlight has to be the ‘Sky Dome’ panoramic sunroof. While you don’t feel a lack of features here, the list isn’t complete by modern day standards. You don't get a wireless charger, ventilated front seats, a 360 degree camera or sunglasses holder--features that are now almost the norm from the competition. 

And then comes the case of the connected car features. While this tech is still relatively new in modern cars, the Safari's list already feels old. You get geofencing, car health, speed alerts, find my car, remote lock/unlock, lights on/off and horn. However, you cannot start the AC, start the car or even lower the windows. In fact, even the natural “Hinglish” voice commands that the Altroz and Nexon now get are missing here. 

And then comes the infotainment. The 8.8-inch touchscreen display looks good and the layout too feels right. However, it has started to feel old in functionality. It is no longer as fluent and smooth as the others in the market and this especially becomes an issue while using Android Auto. It is super laggy and feels like using an old smartphone. Even the display of the rear parking camera is unacceptable and it lags even while reversing. Hence, while the display feels good to look at, the functionality aspect needs a desperate update. 

However, the moment you fire up the 320W, 9-speaker JBL sound system with 4 speakers, 4 tweeters, a subwoofer and an amplifier, your worries simply fade away. It is a fantastic sound system and it would be really interesting to see which is better, the Infinity on the MG Hector or this JBL.

Second Row

The Safari can be had with captain seats (6-seater) or bench seats (7-seater). The former is only available in the top of the line XZ+ variant. So let’s start there. The captain seats of the Safari are tall and set high. In fact, they are close to 40mm taller than the bench seat base in the Harrier. As a result, you sit quite high up. But despite this, there is no issue of headroom at all and knee and legroom is ample as well. Furthermore, the seats recline and slide for you to get comfortable. And if you still want more room, then you can, with the Boss Mode lever on the side of the front passenger seat, push it forward too. This place truly feels opulent, especially with the sunroof curtain open. 

However, there are a few drawbacks here. The seats will feel narrow and the cushioning intrusive to someone with a generous proportion. And because they are so tall, taller people will feel a bit weird in the seat as they’ll end up being too close to the top window line. And because of these issues, they don't feel quite as luxurious. The simple solution to this is opting for the bench seats. 

Being 10mm lower than the captains seats and having softer cushioning, you immediately feel more at home and more comfortable here. Plus, all the features of the captain seats--like adjustable headrests, recline, slide and Boss Mode are present here as well. What you get additionally is a large centre armrest with cupholders, an essential storage space which is missing on the captain seats. This seat feels more supportive, natural and comfortable than the captain seats. No matter what your usage is - being chauffeur driven or going out with the family, the bench seats do a much better job. 

In terms of features, you get B-pillar-mounted rear AC vents, 2 USB chargers and a phone holder. The door pockets further have a smartphone tray and can hold multiple water bottles. 

Third Row

The biggest talking point of the Safari is its third row of seats. If you have the captain seats configuration, then getting in can be tricky as the seats don't tumble. The easier way is to walk in between the seats. The bench seat does tumble forward and that makes getting in easier still. 

The third row is surprisingly spacious. There is space to stretch your legs by tucking them under the front seats, knee room is ample, and headroom is impressive as well. In fact, two adults will not have a hard time sitting behind one another here. The backrest is not recline adjustable; however, the angle is comfortable even for longer journeys. Another reason why this place feels comfortable is the stadium sitting. In this, the second row occupants sit higher than the first row occupants, and the third row passengers sit even higher. As a result, there’s a sense of space and openness here. Combined with a large quarter glass and the white upholstery, you won't feel caged in here. We have sampled the Hector Plus, and the Safari does feel more spacious. 

Tata has not neglected the third row when it comes to features. There is a separate AC unit for the last row with separate blower controls, phone holders, 2 USB chargers and individual cupholders. 


With 73 litres of storage behind the third row, all you will be able to keep in here are soft bags or laptop bags. However, fold one of the seats and it lays down flat, and you can easily place multiple suitcases. Fold the last row and you have 447 litres, slightly more than even the Harrier. This will accommodate almost everything you want to throw in the boot. However, it falls a bit shy of the MG Hector Plus’ 530 litres. 


The Safari continues to be powered by the Harrier’s powertrain: a 1956cc diesel making 170PS at 3750rpm and 350Nm torque at 1750-2500rpm. It comes mated to a 6-speed manual alongside an option for a 6-speed automatic. Specs out of the way, the Safari feels very car-like to drive, in a good way. Given that the SUV will be driven by multiple people in the family, it needs to feel easy. The visibility is good and despite the A-pillar being slightly wide, driving around town will not be problematic. The steering feels light at city speeds, however you do have to muscle it a bit for u-turns. 

The engine offers good torque starting right from 1000rpm, which makes getting off the line effortless. And this torque lets you pull cleanly without having to change gears too often, which is certainly a good thing in city traffic. Get hard on the gas and the engine response is impressive. It is quick to build speeds and keeps the momentum going. Switching to the Sport drive mode helps with quicker acceleration as the throttle response becomes sharper. However, if you are looking to save diesel, you also have the option of an Eco mode. 

There are terrain response modes as well: Rough Road and Wet. These alter the electronic stability program’s settings to offer you better traction in slippery conditions. However, don't consider these to be off road modes.

Of the two transmission options available, the automatic is the clear pick. While the manual is still usable, the long throws of the shifter and the heavy clutch will tire you in city traffic. The automatic, on the other hand, is beautifully tuned. The transmission upshifts very smoothly and the downshifts are quick as well. And, the shifts are very responsive to your throttle inputs and speed needs. It's almost as if they can read your next input and shift accordingly. So, if you can, do extend for the automatic. 

Ride And Handling

The Safari is longer and taller than the Harrier, and hence we expected the suspension and the body stability to be a bit lazy. Surprisingly, that isn’t the case. The suspension has been brilliantly adjusted for the new dynamics. It keeps the occupants comfortable at all times. Be it going over speed breakers or potholes, the harshness never creeps into the cabin. And while you are aware about the surface beneath the wheels, it won’t ever bother you as the ride never becomes jarring. There can be a bit of side to side movement on certain bumps but that is well controlled too. The same remains true on the highways as well. The stability of the Safari is admirable and even quick lane changes will not trouble the passengers. The ride remains flat while cruising and long journeys will be a lot of fun in the Safari. 

The steering feedback isn’t the best, but doesnt leave you wanting more on the highways. It weighs up well and while it could have done with a bit more weight post 100kmph, it still remains predictable and feels safe. The Land Rover D8 platform remains sporty when you want to push this behemoth around corners, but just remember it's a 1.3 tonne tall vehicle and not your average compact SUV. 


Tata’s assurance of safety comes in full fold here. You get 6 airbags (driver, co-driver, side and curtain airbags), electronic parking brake with auto hold, all-wheel disc brakes, tyre pressure monitor system (TPMS) and child seat ISOFIX anchor points.

Pros & Cons of Tata Safari

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CarDekho Experts:
The Safari has its own personality, and a charming one at that. It can seat 7 people in comfort, the cabin feels really premium and the ride quality is fantastic.

Things We Like

  • Comfortable and spacious seating for 7
  • Impressive ride comfort
  • Cabin feels premium
  • Fantastic automatic drivetrain
  • Loads of practical storage in cabin

Things We Don't Like

  • Missing some modern day features
  • White upholstery gets dirty easily
  • Captain seats are narrow

Stand Out Features

  • Pros & Cons of Tata Safari

    SkyDome Sunroof

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    Digital instrument cluster

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    9-speaker JBL sound system

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    Captain seats

Tata Safari User Reviews

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  • My Dream Car

    Tata Safari is a fantastic car. Looking big and spacious. A powerful car it's a true big size SUV. I love this car

    By ajay teotia
    On: Jun 19, 2021 | 43 Views
  • Comfortable Tata Safari

    Comfortable car for all type of journey Tata Safari is best SUV car in India mileage is also better than another SUV car

    By aarav
    On: Jun 17, 2021 | 50 Views
  • Amazing Car

    The car is amazing with such good comfort. I own one and personally saying it's the best option to buy if you are looking to spend 21-22 lacs. Plus the power deliver...Read More

    By ashish dhiman
    On: Jun 05, 2021 | 1938 Views
  • I Recently Bought Tata Safari.

    I recently bought a Tata Safari. As compared to rivals MG Hector plus and Innova Crysta. Safari is more reliable and durable. The legroom in the last row is very goo...Read More

    By ashish garg
    On: May 24, 2021 | 5421 Views
  • See The Lift New Safari

    Dream car of life. Never boor from this car. Experience overall comfort is best in class that's the reason people compare this to Fortuner

    By prashuk jain
    On: May 10, 2021 | 138 Views
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What is the exact on-road price of Tata Safari?

The on-road price of Safari in Delhi starts at Rs. 17,79,656. The on-road price is inclusive of RTO charges and insurance.

Which car is better Safari or Harrier?

Safari price starts at Rs 14.99 Lakh ex-showroom and Harrier price starts Rs 14.29 Lakh ex-showroom. Compare these two models on the basis of their price, features & specs.

What will the EMI or down payment for Tata Safari?

Tata Safari EMI starts at ₹ 35,154 per month for a tenure of 60 months @ 9.8% for a loan amount of Rs 16.62 Lakh & down payment will be ₹ 1.85 Lakh.

Is Tata Safari a 4x4?

Tata Safari does not offer 4 wheel drive transmission in Indian Market. Check more specifications of Safari on CarDekho.

Is Tata Safari a 5 or 7 seater SUV?

Tata Safari is a 7 seater car, Which is priced at Rs 16.36 Lakh. Check more 7 seater SUV options on CarDekho.

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Xxx asked on 16 Jun 2021

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When can we see 4x4 and petrol version in Safari?

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When Safari dark edition will launch?

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Which variant features terrain response?

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hemant sharma
Feb 14, 2021 6:23:08 AM

Gr8 safari only real lovers ?

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    tvs prasad
    Feb 12, 2021 10:42:49 AM

    How many Air bags in this vehicle

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    jeet 5533
    Apr 12, 2021 2:35:43 PM

    There are 8 airbags

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      aman yadav
      Jan 28, 2021 12:57:53 PM

      Dadoo 4×4 bhi honi chahiye thi per tata to pagal hai per guys vo tata safari storme vali feeling nahi aayegi

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        MumbaiRs. 14.99 - 21.81 Lakh
        BangaloreRs. 14.99 - 21.81 Lakh
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