SUV, Manual, 2,179 cc, Diesel,
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The Tata Safari needs no introduction. It was India’s first proper SUV. It had the looks and it had the space, but it might have been a little underpowered. Nonetheless it sold well because of its butch looks and great on-road presence. The first Tata Safari came out in 1998 and since then it has gone through some changes and some updates. The latest Safari, called the Safari Storme, has also gone through some physical appearance changes and comes with a more powerful engine, plus it gets 4 wheel drive. The car competes with the Renault Duster and Mahindra Scorpio. The Safari Dicor is still around with the same engine and physical appearance.
The Safari Storme hasn’t changed much since its inception. It still maintains the same body type but there is no longer a spare wheel at the rear, which is deeply missed. This missing wheel makes the rear look a little mundane. The car now comes with halogen projection headlights and the grille has been decked with chrome. The roof rails add a nice touch to the overall design. The car still looks big and butch which are the main reasons it looks like a proper SUV. There are big wheels that give it a strong presence.
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Reviewed on Oct 16, 2013
I was using an Innova for the last three years and getting more safety for my family as well as to get relieved from my back pain, I decided to change my car to and SUV. I took test drive on Duster and XUV500 but not satisfied. Then only my friend suggested to take a drive on Tata Safari Storme. I went to Hyson Motors and took a test drive with my family. The Manager there Mr. Sreekanth helped us in getting a decent test drive and to get me my favorite colour white. Now I am using Safari storm for the last Four months. I feel very comfortable, safety as well good riding comfort in this vehicle.