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November 23, 2015: Tata is developing a more powerful variant of the Safari Storme SUV. The car will feature a tweaked VariCOR 400 powerplant, which will be capable of producing 156PS @4000 rpm. Preceding its launch, images detailing technical specifications of the unit have been leaked online. One of the most prominent development in the upcoming model will be the incorporation of a new 6-speed manual transmission. The torque output has also been enhanced to improve the overall grunt of the SUV and now produces 400 Nm @1,750-2,500 rpm.
First of all i want to start my review with the looks of the Safari . When every time i look onto my Safari i always fell in love with the beastly SUV beauty .As Safari has strong road presence and it is the love of many Indians . From my childhood i always wanted to own a Safari. When you get inside this vehicle you feel more comfort and space then any other SUV of its class . Ride quality of this vehicle is fantastic and you will get good confidence when cruising on high Speeds. As far as fuel read more 3
This is a really nice SUV. I got it for making ocassional business trips by road & covers 500 - 600 kms a day in my visits at least twice a week. At highways we drove at 170 kmph without any slight vibration.Interiors are very good. pick up is also fast.
My friend is having a scorpio wherein we found the car vibrating at 150 kmph. Safari is comfortable, lookwise it is good.
Safari is just different in my feelings.It has to be bought with a dream and with a passion wherein it fulfills all you read more 18
I have been driving a tat safari 2.2 vtt dicor for the last about 08 years now and have done about 110000 kms on it. this tata stable workhorse has never let me down and has been a loved family car for almost a decade. To review this car is simple: value for money with no frills. My safari has been driven to places where faint hearted don't dare venture. This beast does not need a road to move, it just sails like a boat on any surface. My children have continued sleeping in the middle seat e read more 2
The good old Safari continues to sell alongside its modern and slightly sophisticated cousin - the Safari Storme. While the new iteration gets reworked underpinnings and the Varicor engine, the older one soldiers on with the old DiCOR motor. Does it make sense to buy the Safari in the wake of modern crossovers and soft-roaders? Let’s find out.
Things We Like in Safari
Brilliant ride quality demolishes potholes and broken roads
205mm of ground clearance, 30mm of water-wading ability and shift-on-the-fly 4x4 - will go practically anywhere!
Generous amount of space for occupants in the first and second row.
Things We Don't Like in Safari
Basic cabin is beginning to show its age. Misses out on a lot of features - climate control, bluetooth connectivity etc.
No automatic transmission variant on offer
Cramped third row of seats best left to kids or shorter adults.
Stand Out Features
Road presence is practically unmatched. People make way for the Safari!
The Safari has been an icon for close to 20 years, and in its DiCOR avatar, it retains all of its old-school charm. It does miss out on a lot of equipment one would expect for the price, and driving one on a day-to-day basis in traffic can get tiring as well.
"If you want a big brute to go road-tripping and explore - the Safari makes quite a case for itself. "
If you need nothing more than a big car to use within the city, look towards modern compact SUVs such as the Duster or the Creta. If you want a big brute to go road-tripping and explore - the Safari makes quite a case for itself.
Tata Motors Full Throttle Trails, the half-day off-roading experience with Tata Motors SUVs, will be held in Bhopal, on Sunday, April 7. The event will be flagged- off from Noor-Us-Sabah Palace, Bhopal. 35 Tata Motors SUVs will be participating in the experience. Read Full News
Tata Safari fans needn’t get disappointed now that Tata Safari Storme has made a stormy entry at the Auto Expo. Tata Mtoors was right on its toes to relay the information that the Tata Safari will continue to sell in the Indian car market despite the existence of its revamped version. The age old Tata Safari has its own place in the Indian car market which is undeterred by any of the new comers, be it its very own shadow, Safari Storme or a new crop from another car manufacturer. Agreed that Tata Motors has been updating the evergreen Tata Safari with the latest diesel powertrains, but ultimately the auto major has decided to give a new name to the biggest ever makeover experimented on the iconic Tata Safari. Read Full News
At the Auto Expo 2012, New Delhi, Tata Motors displayed a very remarkable concept of Tata Aria AT that would be accompanied with six automatic transmission. The G85 six speed automatic gearbox will not be limited to the upcoming Tata Aria, but is also expected to be installed in the new Tata Safari Strome SUV. The new G85 six speed automatic gearbox that was showcased by Tata on Tata Aria AT concept could easily handle maximum torque of up to 450 Nm, which is a figure that none of the Tata’s sport utility vehicles could handle at present. Read Full News