2021 Tata Safari Optional optional accessories and packages
The 2021 Tata Safari is quite the premium SUV you will ever need. With prices between 14.69 lakh and 21.45 INR (from the showroom), it offers numerous functions and an unmistakable SUV personality – both very important aspects for a typical Indian SUV buyer. The Safari is Tata’s new flagship in India and is available in 7 different versions – XE, XM, XT, XT +, XZ, XZ + and Adventure Persona. If the standard embellishments don’t impress you enough, with the new Safari Tata offers various accessories and packages that give you the option to hide them even more.
On the outside of the new safari, Tata Motors offers additional accessories such as a bicycle holder, a roof rack with a load capacity of up to 75 kg (only variants without sunroof) and chrome accents on the exhaust, bumpers, tailgate and door visor. You can also opt for chrome “Safari” lettering on the bonnet, mud flaps, side steps, underbody lighting and front parking sensors. Inside you get accessories like an infotainment system for the rear passengers – a first from an Indian automaker – a wireless charger, a front camera with display, puddle lamps, a clothes hanger, an air purifier, 3D mats, sunshades, scuff plates, neck rest / pillows and a non-slip dashboard mat .
The Safari Adventure Edition Can be further sprinkled with accessories such as a wheel step, hood scoops, a dash cam, an organizer in the back seat, canisters and an emergency tool kit. While all of the above accessories can be selected individually, Tata Motors has also grouped these accessories in seven different packs for added convenience.
This pack brings some chrome accents to the exhaust, rear tailgate, and rear bumper. Mud flaps, chrome Safari logos on the bonnet and puddle lamps are also added. On the inside, the package contains air purifiers, neck supports / pillows, scuff plates, and umbrellas.
The Accomplished Pro package offers everything that is already included in the Accomplished package, but also has front parking sensors, side steps, underbody lighting, an infotainment system for the rear passengers and a wireless charger.
This pack includes features like a dash cam, 3D mats, side steps, front parking aid, hood scoops, air purifier, scuff plates and a rear seat organizer.
The Pro package already contains everything that the Adventure package brings with it and also contains a wheel step, a bicycle holder, a roof rack, canisters and luggage bags. This is one of our favorite packages for its convenience, and it should also be the right package if you want to use your safari for rugged and adventurous purposes.
As the name suggests, the package includes some features to improve the appearance of the SUV. These include chrome elements on the artificial exhaust, on the tailgate and on the rear bumper, as well as mud flaps and the Safari logo on the bonnet.
The safety package contains some functions that improve the safety aspect of the SUV. This includes an air purifier, underbody lighting, front parking sensors, a front camera and a tire pressure monitoring system.
Finally, the comfort package increases the comfort quotient of your safari. It brings in features like puddle lamps, scuff plates, an air purifier, carpet, neck support / pillows, and umbrellas.
Under the hood, the Tata Safari is powered by the 2.0-liter 4-cylinder diesel engine from the Harrier Fiat, which produces 168 hp and 350 Nm maximum torque. The engine is equipped with a 6-speed manual transmission or a 6-speed automatic transmission with a torque converter. Just like the Harrier, the Safari is based on that Land Roverderived Omega architecture. Currently the only rival for the Tata Safari in the Indian market is the MG Hector Plus and the current generation Mahindra XUV500 as further three-row medium-sized SUVs in this class. However, people like that will be joining them soon 7-seater version of the Hyundai Creta and the one ahead Next generation Mahindra XUV500.