The new Tata Safari launched in Nepal

Tata Motors, in partnership with Sipradi Trading Pvt. Ltd, has launched its premium flagship SUV – the all-new Safari — in Nepal. The SUV–boasting a blend of comfort, performance, and prestige–comes in nine variants: the XE, XM, XMA, XT, XT+, XZ, XZA, XZ+, XZA+, and XTA+; and it is available at a starting price of Rs 81.99 lakh. The car comes in the signature Royal Blue colour and in options such as Daytona Grey and Orcus White.

During the launch, Tata Motors also unveiled the Safari ‘Adventure’, which has a rugged and sporty look. The Adventure will be available in the Tropical Mist colour scheme, which is inspired by the rich and diverse flora across the vibrant landscapes of India.

Mayank Bedi, Head PVIB of Tata Motors said: “After reaching the milestone of 10,000 production units for the Indian Market in less than six months, we wish for similar love and admiration for the new Safari from our Nepali customers and brand enthusiasts.” On the same occasion, Rajesh Prasad Giri, COO of Sipradi Trading Pvt. Ltd, expressed his delight at being part of the journey to bring the new Safari in Nepal before the festive season.


Design and Exterior

The vehicle, well suited for the modern multifaceted lifestyle combines the design of the Tata Motors’ Impact 2.0 with Land Rover’s (D8 platform) OMEGARC architecture. On the exterior, the SUV has a chrome-studded tri-arrow front grille and iconic roof rails with Safari branding. The headlamps are projected by Xenon HID, and the tail lamps feature twin-light LEDs; the wheels are made of R18 machined alloys.

The new Safari’s interior features the signature Oyster White colour theme. The dashboard is enhanced with a blend of ash-wood shades and an anti-reflective ‘Nappa’ grain leather. The 7-seater SUV features Benecke Kaliko’s leather upholstery, and the overall comfort factor is enhanced with the 6-way adjustable driver seat and passenger seats–for which extra legroom can be created with the touch of a lever.

Moreover, the third-row seats are ergonomically designed for luxurious seating for adults, coming as they do with enough headroom, legroom, and sitting height; their dedicated rear AC units with separate controls and utility spaces will help keep you cool during long drives. And topping the SUV’s well-designed cabin is a panoramic sunroof.


Engine and Transmission

The Tata Safari is powered by a 2.0-litre Kyrotec turbocharged diesel engine that delivers a peak power of 125 kW (170 PS) at 3750 rpm and a peak torque of 350 Nm at 1750-2500 rpm. The engine is mated to a 6-speed automatic or manual transmission.


Features

The new Safari comes with an iRA-connected vehicle program that features extensive safety, convenience, and diagnostic functions. The car is equipped with an 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with nine JBL speakers.

The other features include, among others, push-button start, tilt and telescopic adjustable steering wheel, steering mounted controls, fully automatic temperature control, ambient mood lighting, rain-sensing wipers, automatic headlamps, cooled storage box, and reverse parking camera.


Specifications

Engine type2.0-litre Kryotec
Displacement1956 cc
Cylinders4
Valves4 valves/cylinder, DOHC
Fuel typeDiesel
Power (bhp)168 bhp at 3750 rpm
Torque (Nm)350 Nm at 1750 rpm
Driving range807 km
Mileage (ARAI)16.14 kmpl
Transmission typeManual
Number of gears6
Emission standardBS-VI
DrivetrainFWD
Dimensions4661 x 1894 x 1786 mm
Wheelbase2741 mm
Kerb weight1825 kg
Ground clearance205 mm
Seats7
Boot space447 litres
Fuel tank capacity50 litres
Front brakeDisc
Rear brakeDisc
SteeringPower-assisted (hydraulic)
WheelsSteel rims
Front tyre235/70 R16
Rear tyre235/70 R16

Tata Safari price in Nepal

The all-new Tata Safari is available at a starting price of Rs 81.99 lakh in Nepal.

Tata Safari VariantsPrice in Nepal
XT+ (7-Seater)Rs 81,99,000
XZ+ (7-Seater)Rs 89,90,000
XZ+ (6-Seater)Rs 90,50,000
XZ+ Adventure (7-Seater)Rs 91,50,000
XZ+ Adventure (6-Seater)Rs 92,50,000
XZA+ (7-Seater)Rs 96,00,000
XZA+ (6-Seater)Rs 96,50,000
XZA+ Adventure (7-Seater)Rs 98,00,000
XZA+ Adventure (6-Seater)Rs 99,50,000

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