Prices remain unchanged from the older version.
Though no official launch has been announced, dealers across India have started to deliver the first models of the facelifted Tata warhorse. Bookings have been opened at dealerships with amounts varying between Rs10,000 to Rs 50,000.
The updated SUV gets some styling tweaks inside and out and some additional equipment. On the outside, there’s a new Land Rover inspired grille while inside, there’s a new steering wheel, and an all-black theme with silver accents.
Additional features now include rear parking sensors, centre armrest for rear passengers and a new audio system with a display screen, USB, aux-in and Bluetooth compatibility, and steering-mounted controls.
Under the hood, the updated Safari Storme gets the Aria’s 2.2-litre Varicor diesel engine that makes 148bhp and 32.63kgm of torque – an extra 10bhp over the previous model.
Prices (ex-showroom, Delhi)
LX – Rs 10.41 lakh
EX – Rs 11.61 lakh
VX – Rs 13.02 lakh (4×4 – Rs 14.34 lakh)
Source Auotcar India