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Tata Safari Facelift Crash Test

How Safe is Upcoming Tata Safari Facelift – Crash Test & Safety Features

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Tata Motors is known for its safety-oriented cars in the Indian market. The brand has received 5-star ratings in Global NCAP crash tests for its models like Nexon, Punch and Altroz. However, the Harrier and Safari Facelift, which are based on the same OMEGARC platform, are yet to be tested by the global safety agency Like Crash Test.

Tata Safari Facelift Crash Test

Tata Safari Facelift Crash Test
Tata Safari Facelift Crash Test

According to a recent rumour, Tata Motors is planning to send both the SUVs for GNCAP testing this year. The company is also said to be making some changes to its production line ahead of the crash tests. This could mean that the existing Harrier and Safari might not meet the 5-star safety standards.

Features

The Harrier and Safari are expected to receive a facelift soon, which could bring some cosmetic and feature updates. The SUVs have been spotted testing in India as well as in South Korea, where Tata has a design studio. The facelifted models could sport new LED headlamps, revised bumpers, new alloy wheels and a redesigned grille. The interiors could also get some tweaks, such as a larger touchscreen infotainment system, a digital instrument cluster and possibly some advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS).

Engine

The engine and transmission options are likely to remain unchanged. Both the SUVs are powered by a 2.0-litre diesel engine that produces 168 BHP and 350 Nm of torque. The engine is mated to either a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic gearbox.

Upcoming Tata Safari Facelift Crash Test Expected

Here are some key points about the upcoming Tata Safari facelift crash test:

  • The Safari facelift is expected to be tested by Global NCAP this year along with the Harrier.
  • Tata Motors might be making some changes to its production line to improve the safety of the SUVs.
  • The Safari facelift could get some cosmetic and feature updates, including ADAS.
  • The engine and transmission options are likely to remain unchanged.

Here is a table comparing the current Tata Safari with its rivals in terms of price, dimensions and safety features:

ModelPrice (ex-showroom)LengthWidthHeightWheelbaseBoot SpaceAirbagsABSESP
Tata SafariRs. 14.99 – 21.89 lakh4661 mm1894 mm1786 mm2741 mm73 – 447 litres6YesYes
MG Hector PlusRs. 13.62 – 19.60 lakh4720 mm1835 mm1760 mm2750 mm155 – 530 litres6YesYes
Mahindra XUV500Rs. 15.13 – 19.56 lakh4585 mm1890 mm1785 mm2700 mm93 – 702 litres6YesYes
Hyundai AlcazarRs. 16.30 – 20.14 lakh4500 mm1790 mm1675 mm2760 mm180 – 579 litres6YesYes

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