Sales Of Tata Safari Increases By 27% In Its Last Month Of Production

by Mohammed Burman | 11/02/2019
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Last month, Tata Safari Storme sales increased by 27% in comparison with the same period last year. The new-gen Safari SUV is going to be launched soon to conform to the upcoming safety norms.

In January 2019, the sales of the Tata Safari increased by 27% as 439 units were sold as compared to 346 units in the same month last year. However, the home-grown automaker witnessed a slight decrease in the monthly sales of its oldest model by 27 units in comparison with December 2018. 6,138 units of the Tata Safari were sold in 2018, witnessing a 42% growth against 2017. Despite its old age, the muscular design is the main factor contributing to the SUV’s increasing popularity with the Indian auto buyers.

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Thanks to its muscular appearance, the Safari Storme is still popular with the Indian auto buyers despite its old age

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The Tata Safari Dicor was pulled off the production line several years ago and now only the Storme variant was on sale. The current Safari Storme gets the power from a 2.2 L four-cylinder diesel motor which is good for a max power of 156 PS at 4,000 rpm and a peak torque of 400 Nm between 1,750 rpm – 2,500 rpm. The transmission options include only a 6-speed MT gearbox. The Safari Storme SUV is among the best off-roaders in India with a shift-on-the-fly 4WD system.

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The Tata Safari Storme is one of the best off-roaders in India

Introduced in 1998, the Safari received a comprehensive upgrade in 2007. A new engine and transmission unit were introduced, enhancing the performance and the fuel economy of the vehicle. The domestic auto manufacturer is planning to introduce a new-gen of the vehicle soon since the current model is not able to comply with the upcoming safety standards.

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The Safari Storme received a major upgrade in 2007

The new-gen Safari Storme is expected to borrow the Omega platform from the Harrier, which is a refined version of the D8 platform which supports the Land Rover Discovery Sport. The muscular SUV-ish design is going to be maintained from the current model.

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The latest launch of the company, the Tata Harrier, has a good start in the Indian auto market. A 7-seat version of the Harrier, codenamed H7X, is being developed by the company and is likely to be officially debuted at the 2020 Auto Expo.

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