The new Tata Safari is powered by a 2.-litre turbo-diesel engine, which delivers a peak electricity of 170 PS and a maximum torque of 350 Nm
The new-era Tata Safari was just lately unveiled in India. The SUV is constructed on the manufacturer’s OMEGA platform (derived from Land Rover’s D8 platform) and shares its style and design and parts with the Harrier. Bookings for the 2021 Safari are previously open, and the selling price list will be formally disclosed afterwards this month.
2021 Tata Safari is driven by a 2.-litre Kryotec diesel engine, with 170 PS and 350 Nm on tap. This is the identical Fiat-sourced powerplant that is also offered in the Jeep Compass, MG Hector, and Tata Harrier. In the Safari, this engine can be paired with both a 6-velocity manual or a 6-speed automatic gearbox.
We drove the manual variant of the new Safari and tested its acceleration in all three driving modes – Eco, City, and Sports. In Eco method, the Safari can go from a standstill to 60 kmph in 5.85 seconds, whilst 80 kmph can be arrived at in 8.89 seconds. The -100 kmph operate takes 12.73 seconds, when -120 kmph usually takes 18.78 seconds. This driving mode boosts gas overall economy at the price of outright functionality.
In Metropolis method, the SUV takes 5.24 seconds for the -60 kmph acceleration operate, and 7.85 seconds for the -80 kmph operate. From a standstill, 100 kmph can be achieved in 11.43 seconds, whilst 120 kmph arrives up in 15.94 seconds. The Town mode delivers a excellent harmony between general performance and overall economy, generating it best for day by day commutes.
The Sports manner lets the Safari to unleash its entire performance, making it perfect for freeway operates. In this method, the auto can achieve 100 kmph from a standstill in just 4.96 seconds! The -80 kmph operate takes 7.42 seconds, -100 kmph can take 10.65 seconds, and -120 kmph requires 15.08 seconds. The SUV can touch 140 kmph in 20.53 seconds in Sports activities mode.
The new Safari provides fantastic driving dynamics as well. The cornering balance is excellent, and the steering provides superior feel and responses. The SUV does have some physique-roll, which is primarily apparent when cornering at medium to substantial speeds, but it’s in no way unsettling. The experience high-quality is good, and on damaged roads, jerks and bumps don’t reach the passengers in the cabin.
TVS August 2021 Sales Analysis – Apache, Jupiter, Ntorq, iQube, XL, Sport
TVS posted 1,79,999 unit sales in August 2021 as against 2,18,338 units during the same period last year with a YoY de-growth of 17.6 per cent
TVS Motor Company finished in the third position in the overall two-wheeler manufacturers’ standings for the month of August 2021 behind Hero MotoCorp and Honda and more importantly ahead of Bajaj Auto. The Hosur-based brand recorded 1,79,999 unit sales last month as against 2,18,338 units during the same period last year with a YoY de-growth of 17.6 per cent.
The company held on to a market share of 13.52 per cent as against 14 per cent during the same period in 2020 with a decline of 0.48 per cent negative growth. The XL100 sat on top as the most sold model with 52,607 units as against 70,126 units during the corresponding month last year with 25 per cent volume de-growth.
The Jupiter range finished in the second position with 45,625 units as against 52,378 units with 13 per cent YoY sales de-growth. An all-new Jupiter 125 cc is expected to arrive in the coming months as well. The Ntorq 125 had its top-spec XP variant introduced a couple of months ago and the maxi scooter sat in third position in the sales tally for the month of August 2021.
|TVS Models (YoY)||Sales In August 2021||Sales In August 2020|
|1. XL100 (-25%)||52,607||70,126|
|2. Jupiter (-13%)||45,625||52,378|
|3. Ntorq (32%)||26,288||19,918|
|4. Apache (-51%)||16,423||33,540|
|5. Sport (-13%)||11,812||13,545|
|6. Radeon (11%)||10,447||9,435|
|7. Star City (-13%)||7,232||8,275|
|8. Pep+ (-47%)||4,703||8,823|
|9. Zest (101%)||3,850||1,911|
|10. iQube (2722%)||649||23|
|11. Apache RR310||363||364|
It garnered 26,288 unit sales last month as against 19,918 units during the same period twelve months ago with 32 per cent increase in volumes. The Apache series saw a massive dip of 51 per cent as 16,423 units were recorded against 33,540 units in August 2020. The Sport posted 11,812 units against 13,545 units with 13 per cent volume de-growth.
The Radeon was the six most sold TVS two-wheeler in the month of August 2021 as the entry-level commuter recorded 10,447 units as against 9,435 units during the same period last year with 11 per cent positive sales growth. The Star City ended up in the seventh position with 7,232 units against 8,275 units in August 2020 with 13 per cent decline in volumes.
The Pep+ found itself in eight with 4,703 units as against 8,823 units with 47 per cent de-growth while the Zest recorded 3,850 units against 1,911 units with 101 per cent drop in sales. The iQube electric scooter finished second to last with 649 units while the flagship RR310 registered 363 units.
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