The new pair of alloy wheels has been made available only on the top-spec VX trim.
Tata Motors has introduced the new Safari Storme SUV with bigger 17-inch alloy wheels just ahead of the festive season. The new pair of alloy wheels has been made available only on the top-spec VX trim (both 2WD and 4WD) of the SUV. The lower trims LX and EX, however, are continued to come with the 16-inch steel wheels. Read – Tata Harrier’s Platform Based Sedan & SUVs Under Development
Currently, the Tata Safari Storme SUV lineup is available in three trims – LX, EX and VX (4X2 and 4X4). While the LX and EX are priced at Rs Rs 10.89 lakh and Rs 12.89 lakh respectively, the VX trim costs Rs 14.33 lakh (4X2) and Rs 15.97 lakh (4X4). All prices are ex-showroom, Delhi. Read – Tata Harrier Is Ready For India Launch
Talking about the top-spec VX trim, the model comes loaded with all the comfort and safety features offered on the carline. At the safety front, the SUV gets dual airbags, ABS with EBD, rear parking sensors, side impact bars, engine immobilizer, central locking and child safety lock, key-out warning for headlamps on, seat belt unfastened warning and door open warning. Read: Tata EVision Sedan – 5 Interesting Facts
The new Tata Safari Storme VX comes fitted with an integrated CONNECTNEXT audio system by Harman with steering mounted controls. Other highlights include rear wash and wiper, projector headlamps, electrically adjustable and foldable ORVMs with turn indicators, manual AC with roof mounted vents for rear passengers and height adjustable driver’s seat. Read – Tata To Launch India’s Most Affordable Performance Cars
Engine setup of the new Tata Safari Storme includes a 2.2-litre diesel motor that’s tuned for generating two power outputs. In the lower-spec LX and EX trims, the oil burner delivers 150PS with 320Nm of torque. The VX trim delivers power worth 156PS against 400Nm of torque. While the smaller capacity variants get a 5-speed manual gearbox, the more powerful version comes with a 6-speed manual transmission.
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