Tata Safari

Tata Safari

16.19 - 27.34 Lakh
Ex-Showroom Price
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Tata Safari Overview

Fuel Type-icon

Fuel Type




Manual/ Automatic



16.1 KM/L

Tank Capacity-icon

Tank Capacity

50.0 L



7 Seater




C&B Verdict On Tata Safari

car&bike Expert Rating

Like many Tata models the Safari also gets drive modes so you have City, Eco and Sport and yes there is perceptible difference between City and Sport for sure. But there is also a terrain response system a la Land Rover. Rough Road mode, Wet mode and then back to the default City drive mode.

Pros & Cons of Tata Safari


Things We Like

  • Solid Road Presence
  • Spacious And Comfortable Cabin
  • Well-Specced With A Host Of Features

Things We Don't Like

  • Heavy Weight Is Quite Noticeable In Traffic
  • Automatic Gearbox Could Be More Responsive
  • Infotainment System Feels Not The Most Reliable

Tata Safari Prices

Tata Safari Ex-Showroom price ranges from ₹ 16.19 to 27.34 Lakh. Tata offers Safari in 29 variants. The top variant of Safari is Accomplished Plus 6S Dark AT and the base variant is Smart.


Ex-Showroom Price


Safari Smart

Starts at
16.19 Lakh
1956 CC, Diesel, 16.1 KM/L, Manual

Safari Smart (O)

Starts at
16.69 Lakh
1956 CC, Diesel, 16.1 KM/L, Manual

Safari Pure

Starts at
17.69 Lakh
1956 CC, Diesel, 16.1 KM/L, Manual

Safari Pure (O)

Starts at
18.19 Lakh
1956 CC, Diesel, 16.1 KM/L, Manual

Safari Pure Plus

Starts at
19.39 Lakh
1956 CC, Diesel, 16.1 KM/L, Manual

Safari Pure Plus S

Starts at
20.39 Lakh
1956 CC, Diesel, 16.1 KM/L, Manual

Safari Pure Plus S Dark

Starts at
20.69 Lakh
1956 CC, Diesel, 16.1 KM/L, Manual

Safari Pure Plus AT

Starts at
20.69 Lakh
1956 CC, Diesel, 16.1 KM/L, Automatic

Safari Adventure

Starts at
20.99 Lakh
1956 CC, Diesel, 16.1 KM/L, Manual

Safari Adventure Plus

Starts at
22.49 Lakh
1956 CC, Diesel, 16.1 KM/L, Manual

Safari Adventure Plus Dark

Starts at
23.04 Lakh
1956 CC, Diesel, 16.1 KM/L, Manual

Safari Adventure Plus A

Starts at
23.49 Lakh
1956 CC, Diesel, 16.1 KM/L, Manual

Safari Accomplished

Starts at
23.99 Lakh
1956 CC, Diesel, 16.1 KM/L, Manual

Safari Accomplished Dark

Starts at
24.34 Lakh
1956 CC, Diesel, 16.1 KM/L, Manual

Safari Accomplished Plus

Starts at
25.49 Lakh
1956 CC, Diesel, 16.1 KM/L, Manual

Safari Accomplished Plus 6S

Starts at
25.59 Lakh
1956 CC, Diesel, 16.1 KM/L, Manual

Safari Accomplished Plus Dark

Starts at
25.84 Lakh
1956 CC, Diesel, 16.1 KM/L, Manual

Safari Accomplished Plus 6S Dark

Starts at
25.94 Lakh
1956 CC, Diesel, 16.1 KM/L, Manual

Tata Safari Specifications & Features

Explore an in-depth overview of the Tata Safari specifications and features, offering comprehensive details on its engine choices, fuel efficiency, torque, power, transmission, dimensions, and trunk capacity. Additionally, gain insights into the car's advanced safety features and infotainment system.

Engine CC

1956 CC




16.1 KM/L

Max Torque

350 Nm

Max Power

168 bhp


Manual, Automatic


4668 mm /1922 mm /1795 mm

  • YesAlpine DVD MP3 System with LCD Screen
  • YesDual HVAC with Roof-Mounted Rear Blower
  • YesFollow Me Home Light
  • Yes2.2 VTT DiCOR Engine
  • YesiRA Connected Car Technology
  • YesPanoramic Sunroof
  • YesWireless Charger
  • YesAndroid Auto/Apple Car Play over Wifi
  • YesAir Purifier

About Tata Safari

The facelifted Tata Harrier and Safari have been launched in India. The Tata Harrier facelift is priced from Rs 15.49 lakh with prices for the automatic starting from Rs 19.99 lakh (ex-showroom). The Harrier Dark Edition is priced from Rs 19.99 lakh (ex-showroom). The Safari facelift's prices, meanwhile, start from Rs 16.19 lakh with the automatics and Dark Edition variants both priced from Rs 20.69 lakh (all prices, ex-showroom). The prices are introductory and valid for a limited period. The SUVs are priced at a premium over the outgoing models but pack in a lot more tech than before.

Starting with the exterior, both SUVs now get greater differentiation in design. Both SUVs retain the split headlamp design but now feature full-width lightbars up top with the main headlamps positioned lower down. Both SUVs also get different design bumpers with the Harrier featuring more triangular housings for the headlamps to the Safari’s more rectangular housings. The Safari also gets a silver-finished faux skid-plate element while the Harrier gets a black-finished piece. At the rear, both SUVs get revised tail lamps with a lightbar element along with redesigned bumpers.

Inside, both SUVs get a revised dashboard design with new control surfaces and more tech. Top models now feature a new 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system along with a new 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster. Furthermore, each trim level – Persona in Tata speak – gets its own unique interior trim finishes to stand out. There’s a lot to talk about by way of features as well with both SUVs packing in Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, powered tailgates, panoramic sunroof with mood lights, electronic parking brake with auto hold, ventilated front seats, ventilated seats in second row (Safari), powered driver seat and more.

Tata has also revised the variant names going from the previous XE, XM, XT and XZ variants to using Smart, Pure, Adventure, Fearless and Accomplished. As with the outgoing model, Tata is offering both SUVs with the Dark Edition variants.


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Tata Safari EMI Calculator

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Ex Showroom Price:
₹ 16.19 L

Loan Amount

16.19 L



Duration (5 Years)

5 Years

EMI ₹ 33,607
for 5 year @9%* Interest Rate

*Interest rate may vary subject to your credit score.

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Tata Safari Mileage

56 %
Better mileage than other SUV
50.0 L Fuel Tank Capacity
Tata Safari mileage is 16.1 KM/L as per ARAI The Manual Diesel engine has a mileage of 16.1 KM/L. The Automatic Diesel engine has a mileage of 16.1 KM/L.
Fuel Type
DieselManual16.1 KM/L
DieselAutomatic16.1 KM/L
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Tata Safari On-Road Price In India

Explore Tata Safari pricing in India's major cities. The Tata Safari is priced between ₹ 16.19 to 27.34 Lakh.

CityOn-Road Price
New Delhi₹ 24,72,667
Mumbai₹ 24,40,749
Bangalore₹ 25,89,702
Hyderabad₹ 23,98,191
Chennai₹ 25,25,865
Kolkata₹ 22,41,180
Pune₹ 24,40,749
Mysore₹ 25,88,390
Chandigarh₹ 23,75,600
Ahmedabad₹ 23,34,354
Lucknow₹ 23,75,600
Allahabad₹ 23,75,600
Agra₹ 23,75,600
Jaipur₹ 23,75,600
Nagpur₹ 24,39,437
Bhubaneswar₹ 23,11,763
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Tata Safari Latest Videos

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Tata Safari has 9 videos of detailed review, pros & cons, comparison & variant explained, test drive experience, features, specs, interior & exterior details and more.

Tata Safari Colours

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Tata Safari is available in 7 different colors namely Stealer Frost, Supernova Copper, Stardust Ash, Oberon Black, Lunar Slate, Galactic Sapphire & Cosmic Gold.

Quick Compare With Tata Safari Competitors

Tata Safari
Tata Safari
MG Hector
Mahindra XUV400
Mahindra XUV700
Force Motors Gurkha
Isuzu D-Max
Ex-Showroom Price
₹ 16.19 - 27.34 L₹ 15 - 22.32 L₹ 15.99 - 19.19 L₹ 13.95 - 24.58 L₹ 13.59 L₹ 10.55 - 16.98 L
C&B Expert Rating
1956 cc1451 CCN/A1997 CC2596 CC2499 CC
Manual, AutomaticManualAutomaticManualManualManual
16.1 KM/L13.96 - 17.4 KM/L375 - 456 Km/Full Charge13 - 16 KM/L17 KM/L0 - 14.4 KM/L
Fuel Type
DieselPetrol, DieselElectricPetrol, DieselDieselDiesel
Seating Capacity
7 Seater5 Seater5 Seater5 Seater4 Seater
Fuel Tank Capacity
50.0 L60.0 L0.0 L60.0 L63.0 L0.0 L
No of Variants
Detailed Comparision
Safari vs HectorSafari vs XUV400Safari vs XUV700Safari vs GurkhaSafari vs D-Max

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Tata Safari FAQs

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  • The Tata Safari comes with a range of luxury features, including a panoramic sunroof, leatherette upholstery, and brushed aluminum accents. The SUV also features a premium sound system, automatic climate control, and power-adjustable driver's seat, which add to the overall luxurious feel of the interior.
  • The Tata Safari is available with a single engine option - a 2.0-liter turbocharged diesel engine. The engine is designed to deliver a balance of performance and fuel efficiency, making it a good fit for the SUV's intended use.
  • The Tata Safari's 2.0-liter diesel engine produces 170 horsepower and 350 Nm of torque. This power output is sufficient for most driving scenarios and allows the SUV to comfortably handle a full load of passengers and luggage.
  • The Tata Safari comes with a range of driver assistance features, including electronic stability control, hill hold control, and hill descent control. The SUV also features a rearview camera, rear parking sensors, and a tire pressure monitoring system.
  • Consumer feedback regarding the exterior design of the Tata Safari has been largely positive, with many praising the SUV's rugged and powerful appearance, as well as its modern and sophisticated design features. Some customers have expressed a preference for more color options or additional exterior accessories, but overall, the exterior design of the Tata Safari has been well-received by consumers.
  • The Tata Safari comes with two interior color options - Oyster White and Blackstone. The Oyster White interior color option features light-colored upholstery and dashboard trim, which gives the interior a more premium and airy feel. The Blackstone interior color option, on the other hand, features darker upholstery and dashboard trim, which gives the interior a sportier and more rugged feel.
  • The Tata Safari is a seven-seater SUV, which means it can comfortably accommodate up to seven passengers. The second-row seats are designed to accommodate three passengers, while the third-row seats are designed to accommodate two passengers. The seats are well-padded and offer excellent support, and there is ample legroom and headroom in all three rows.

Tata Safari Expert Review

Tata Safari 

The Tata Safari carries the rich legacy of the original SUV that was a hit on Indian roads. The new Safari has been completely revamped and comes with more equipment and a whole new look and feel. 

How’s the Design? 

The Tata Safari has a front fascia that is almost similar to the Harrier. The split headlamp cluster is the same and there is a differentiated tri-arrow pattern for the front grille with chrome finishing. There is a third row of seats now and the roofline is also higher for the SUV along with a rear overhang which is longer. It also comes with a rear quarter glass that is full-sized and the tail-end is also very upright. The tail lights are different from the Harrier though. There are chunkier roof rails which are designed to indicate a stepped roof. The Safari is longer and taller while the wheelbase and width remain the same. 

How does it perform? 


2.0 litre

170 hp

350 Nm

The Tata Safari’s engine has high levels of refinement while there are Eco, City, and Sport driving modes. The engine offers a wide and punchy power band, while the Sport mode is the best for higher drivability. You can easily get the SUV up to higher speeds although there is some noise when you rev the engine hard. There are 6-speed manual and automatic transmission systems and the driving experience is also neat. The clutch is a little heavy if you are using the manual transmission unit. Slotting the gears will require a little more effort in turn. The automatic version comes with a unit from Hyundai and shifts smoothly engine. The Safari is responsive and agile enough. 

How’s the mileage? 

  • Diesel Manual- 16.14 kmpl
  • Diesel Automatic- 14.08 kmpl 

How’s the driving experience? 

The Tata Safari offers a mixed bag in terms of the driving experience and the ride. The steering feels heavier at lower speeds while higher speeds are not as comforting or balanced. However, the Safari is a good highway cruiser and offers more confidence and stability. The suspension system is more robust and is softer as well, leading to better absorption of bumps at lower speeds. The Safari can readily tackle bad roads, potholes and uneven stretches. 

What’s the interior like? 

The cabin is quite similar to the Harrier. The dashboard looks neat although the Oyster White interior theme is the stand-out feature here. There is also the electronic parking brake now. There is a great view from the driver’s seat with mostly high quality materials inside. The central console, however, may eat into the driver’s knee room. The 8.8 inch touch screen infotainment unit appears small inside the car. The quality of the rear view camera could also have been better. There is a lengthy feature list including the JBL audio system, panoramic sunroof, and the powered seat for the driver along with connected tech features. Wireless charging is unavailable though. The middle row has theatre-esque seating with a higher placement for the seats. Comfort is great and the overall experience is good enough, with the 60:40 sliding function. There is a Boss mode for adjusting the co-driver’s seat from the back itself. The top-end variant also gets a six-seater configuration with captain’s seats in the middle. These come with great cushioning and comfort, while offering several adjustments and a folding armrest. The rear windows however skip sun blinds and USB slots are hard to find when you venture near the central tunnel. The third row is accessible with the one-touch fold and tumble mechanism. Once you are in position, the space is not that bad. Adults will find decent legroom and the big windows create an airy feeling with blower control and two USB charging slots as well. 

Tech and infotainment

The Tata Safari comes with its 8.8 inch touch screen infotainment system with connected car and remote tracking functions, a reverse camera, panoramic sunroof, USB charging slots, JBL audio system, powered driver’s seat, and a lot more. 

Safety equipment 

The Tata Safari comes with six airbags along with ABS, EBD, ESC, traction control, and brake assist. There are other features including fog lamps, parking sensors, and hill-descent control. 

Which variant to buy? 

You may check out the XT option if you are on a tighter budget. The XMA is the value pick from all the variants, while if you are okay paying more, then the XZA or XZ variants are par for the course. The XE variant has decent equipment at the entry level including good safety features, projector headlamps, remote central locking, power outlets, and more. The XM trim comes with the automatic transmission option, a 7 inch touch screen infotainment unit, driving modes and more. The XT gets more premium features including TPMS, automatic wipers and headlamps, rear view camera, 18-inch alloy wheels, LE3D DRLs, iRA connectivity suite, ambient lighting, and a lot more. It comes only in the manual guise. The XT offers a panoramic sunroof for an extra amount. The XZ comes with an automatic transmission system and is a value offering with more airbags and safety features, the 8.8 inch touch screen infotainment unit, 7 inch semi-digital instrument console, terrain response modes, JBL audio system, Xenon headlamps, and more. The XZ+ and XZA+ take it up a notch with captain’s chairs and the sunroof but are costlier. The XZ+ Adventure is more popular with buyers due to its interior changes. 

Which cars compete in the segment? 

The Tata Safari takes on the Mahindra XUV500 and the MG Hector Plus in its segment. It is the tallest and widest of the lot, while the MG Hector is the longest here. The Hector Plus has the biggest boot space while the Safari has the lowest volume. The Safari and Hector Plus both have more powerful diesel engines in terms of output. However, the torque output is the highest for the XUV500’s diesel engine. The Safari manages to hold its own in terms of features, design, handling, performance, and interior space. 

Verdict (Value for Money)

The Tata Safari offers a spacious and comfortable last row of seats along with a rugged and durable vibe. It offers good performance, a refined engine, and a long list of features. The SUV’s design is also a head-turner on the road. However, the driving dynamics and heavy steering could be minor hindrances. If you talk about a muscular and attractive three-row SUV with good performance, then the Tata Safari certainly makes a strong case for itself.

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