Based mostly on the mid-range XM and XMA variants, the Safari XMS and XMAS get new options from greater variants.
Tata has launched two new variants for its flagship Safari SUV, XMS and XMAS, that are primarily based on the present XM and XMA variants. The carmaker has priced these new variants at Rs 17.97 lakh and 19.27 lakh (each costs ex-showroom, Mumbai) for the guide and computerized variations. Each the XMS and XMAS variants of the Safari are Rs 1.17 lakh costlier than the XM and XMA variants, respectively, because of the inclusion of latest options.
Earlier this month, Tata Motors had additionally launched the XMS and XMAS variants of the Harrier SUV.
- XMS, XMAS variants get panoramic sunroof
- Each new variants get Android Auto, Apple CarPlay
Here’s a worth comparability of the brand new variants and those they’re primarily based on:
|Tata Safari XMS, XMAS costs (ex-showroom, India)|
|XM MT||Rs 16.80 lakh|
|XMS MT||Rs 17.97 lakh|
|XMA AT||Rs 18.10 lakh|
|XMAS AT||Rs 19.27 lakh|
Tata Safari XMS, XMAS: new options
For the brand new Safari variants, Tata is now providing a panoramic sunroof as customary, which was beforehand obtainable on the XT+, XTA+, XZ+, and XZA+ variants. Along with the options obtainable on the XM and XMA variants, the XMS and XMAS get computerized headlamps, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity, an 8-speaker system, rain-sensing wipers, electrically foldable exterior rearview mirrors (ORVM) and a reverse parking digital camera.
Tata Safari XMS, XMAS: powertrain
Tata has made no mechanical adjustments to the brand new variants of the Safari. They’re each powered by the identical 2.0-litre turbocharged diesel engine that churns out 170hp and 350Nm of torque. Whereas the XMS variant will get a 6-speed guide gearbox, the XMAS variant will get a 6-speed computerized gearbox.
Tata Motors’ upcoming plans
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