Singer Parmish Verma Shares Pictures of his Old and New Tata Safari

by Jatin Chhibber | 03/03/2021
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Parmish Verma has recently shared pictures with his old-gen and new-gen Tata Safari. The all-new model of the SUV rivals with the likes of MG Hector Plus.

The popular Punjabi singer Parmish Verma has recently shared an old picture of him standing alongside the old-gen Tata Safari Dicor and the new-gen Safari. He got the 1st 2021 Safari from Tata Motors. Both pictures have been clicked on the same spot, and one can see the same house in the background. These images were uploaded by the singer on his Instagram and Tata Motors. In the older picture, in which he was standing alongside Safari Dicor, the singer says “Trip Down Memory Lane. I still remember the Emotion, Being Able to Buy My Dream SUV after saving money for Years.”


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In the caption, he also used hashtag like ReclaimYourLife and TataSafari. In another post, Parmish Verma thanked Tata Motors for delivering the first 2021 Safari to him. He also added “Swipe Left” Same Guy, Same House, Same Car, Just some added Blessings. Thank you to my Fans and Supporters.”

After taking the delivery of his new-gen Tata Safari he said “I wanted to own the all-new Tata Safari since its launch announcement. I have been a fan of the Tata Safari since my childhood and was fortunate enough to own the earlier generation Safari too. I am delighted that Tata Motors has brought back the Safari in such a modern avatar & also thankful to Tata Motors for not just quickly delivering the iconic SUV to me but also making me the 1st customer in all of Punjab. The new Safari is modern, stylish and I cannot wait to flaunt my new drive as I take it out to conquer the roads with my family and friends.” 



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The singer has bought the XZA+ variant of the SUV. The new-gen Tata Safari is powered by a 2.0-litre turbocharged gasoline mill, which puts out 170bhp of power and 350 Nm of torque. The engine comes paired with a 6-speed MT or a 6-speed torque converter automatic gearbox. This is the same power plant, which powers the Tata Harrier. 



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