The Tata Safari was recently unveiled with Tata resurrecting the Safari nameplate in the country with a completely new modern look. With the launch of the Safari just 10 days away, today we bring to you the Tata Safari features over the Tata Harrier.

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Captain seats with Boss Mode

New Tata Safari boss mode

The Tata Safari comes with captain seats with the ‘Boss Mode’. The 2nd-row passenger can adjust the distance of the co-driver’s seat according to his convenience, although it is limited to just the passenger seated behind the co-driver. The feature gives the 2nd-row passenger extra legroom whenever he needs it. Harrier does not get this convenient feature.

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6 fast-charging ports

Charging Ports Safari

The Safari gets six fast-charging ports in total for the convenience of the passengers. Fast-charging ports are present in the 3rd-row as well. The availability of 6 charging ports makes it very convenient for the passengers to charge their devices separately. The Harrier on the other hand gets 3 charging ports in total for the passengers’ convenience.

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Rear disc brakes

The Tata Safari comes with front and rear disc brakes, whereas the Harrier gets just front disc brakes, with the rear being regular drum brakes. The extra disc brakes on the rear offer the bigger-than-Harrier SUV greater stopping power, hence giving better safety under critical conditions. Moreover, with the extra disc brakes on offer, the braking performance on the Safari would be less likely to get affected by dirt, water or rust, making it better for the terrain for it is built.

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18-inch tyres

Tata Safari Features

The Tata Safari gets 18-inch tyres when compared to the Harrier, which gets 17-inch tyres. The bigger tyres on Safari would help it tread over terrain with control. Moreover, the big tyres provide better ride quality, cornering and handling to the car this big in size. The big tyres would also help in reducing the braking distance.

The Tata brand is looking to repeat history with the resurrected Safari as well. We will get to know how well the Safari performs in a few days of time. Until then, Join our WhatsApp Alert list by sending a Hi @ 7738660455. For more such content stay subscribed to the Motoroctane YoutubeGoogle NEWSFacebook and Twitter. We also have a paid car consultancy service for all your doubts – Know more before one of your largest investment.


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