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New Tata Safari Bookings Officially Opens Today: Delivery, Pricing Explained

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Tata Motors open bookings of the all-new Safari starting today. With a refundable amount of Rs. 30,000, you can book this SUV at https://cars.tatamotors.com/suv/safari or visiting the Tata Motors Authorized Dealership. India’s leading automotive brand has kept its premium SUV on display and made it available for test drives across the company’s dealer network. Announcement of delivery and pricing details will be done on 22nd February.

According to the company, the new SUV has gained a massive response because of its premium design and greater comfort in all three rows of seats during preview drives. The all-new Safari is ready to re-energize the SUV market by offering classy features. The car’s unique and domineering stance, elegant grille, unmistakable stepped roof, and imposing tailgate instill a feeling of power, prestige, and excitement to customers.

The outstanding interior, sculpted impeccably with a strong stance, imposing wheel arches, accenting chrome, and sharp R18 diamond cut alloys, gives the new Safari an ultra-premium appearance.

Similarly, the interiors of Tata’s newly revealed car offer a comfortable, classy feel. It has the best-in-segment panoramic sunroof, plush Benecke Kaliko Oyster White interiors, captain seats, ash wood dashboard, 9 JBL speakers, 8.8” floating island infotainment system, and capacious 3rd-row seating. Other features of the all-new Safari include – iRA connected car technology, Electronic parking brake with auto hold, and Boss Mode.

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The SUV is packed with desirable features in all variants. The base XE variant comes with all-disc brakes, dual airbags, an electronic stability program, hill hold control, and rollover mitigation. The MultiDrive Modes and touchscreen music system will be offered in the XM variant and above. The XT variant provides R18 alloy wheels, iRA connectivity, widest panoramic sunroof, and fully automatic climate control.

The XZ variant has terrain response modes, 8.8” touchscreen infotainment, six airbags, xenon HID projector headlamps, diamond cut 18” alloy wheels, electronic parking brakes with auto hold, 9 JBL speakers, a subwoofer, and a powered driver seat.

This ultra-premium Safari is expected to compete with MG Hector Plus, Mahindra XUV500, Hyundai’s new seven-seat Creta based SUV, and the next-gen Mahindra XUV500.

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