Tata Safari Facelift : Tata has finally revealed the face of the 2023 Safari, after releasing several teaser images online. Bookings are open for the model, which will receive its first facelift since its launch in February 2021. The updated Safari 2023 is available in four wide versions: Smart, Pure, Adventure and Accomplished. And while you’ve seen what it looks like at the top end in our previous reports, here’s a closer look at what the 2023 Safari facelift looks like with the base-spec Smart trim.
On the outside, the Smart trim gets a darkened parametric grille without color coding and comes with LED DRLs (without the welcome feature) and projector headlamps, though there are no fog lamps. Alloy wheels are now available on the base model and are the 17 inches of the outgoing car. Despite being the base model, it gets a linked LED tail lamp with an illuminated central strip (without the welcome feature) and a silver skid plate.
Inside, the biggest downside here is the lack of an infotainment system, but it still features a 7-inch digital instrument cluster from the outgoing car. The cabin of the base model is finished with black and ash gray fabric upholstery. The base model also gets a new four-spoke steering wheel with illuminated Tata logo. Being the base model, you can only get it as a 7-seater, as the 6-seater is limited to the top-of-the-line Accomplished variant.
In terms of features Tata safari facelift , you get fully automatic single-zone climate control, electrically adjustable ORVMs, tilt and telescoping steering wheel, AC outlets for 2nd and 3rd row passengers, USB Type A and USB Type C charging ports for all rows and your boss . functionality of the room.
In terms of safety Tata safari facelift,it is equipped with 6 airbags, ABS with EBD, electronic stability control, four-wheel disc brakes and ISOFIX mounts for child seats, rear parking sensors, 3-point seat belts for all seats and a tire pressure monitoring system. . .
Nice features like gesture-controlled electric gate, ADAS, ventilated and electric seats with memory function, 10-speaker JBL sound system and connected car technology are limited to the more expensive versions.
In terms of powertrains, it gets a single 2-litre diesel engine producing 170 PS/350 Nm mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox. However, if you want an automatic transmission, it’s offered starting with the Adventure trim.
The prices of the 2023 Tata Safari are yet to be announced, but considering the changes, it could be priced higher compared to the current model, which starts at Rs 15.84 lakh (ex-showroom). It continues to compete with the 7-seater MG Hector Plus, Hyundai Alcazar and Mahindra XUV700.