Tata Safari Dicor mileage
One of the most popularly known sports utility vehicle in the Indian market is the Tata Safari Dicor. The time it was launched in the Indian market it was put as synonymous with style and luxury. Since then this SUV has continued to steal the attention from its competitors.
Tata Safari Dicor mileage reviews
Cardekho [dot] com says that the Tata Safari has a 2.2L, 16 valve and a VTT DICOR engine that churns a power of 140hp at the rate of 4000rpm. Further it has a capacity to provide a torque of 320Nm at the rate of 1700-2700 rpm. Some of the features that have been changed in the new Tata Safari in place include its dimension that has been reduced lengthwise from 4810mm to 4650mm, but it is to be noted that the cabin space has been kept same. Tata Safari is packed with reverse guide system thereby decreasing the rear visibility problem in the car something that is generally found in the SUVs. Tata Safari is available with only diesel engine option and with both 2WD (2 Wheel Drive) and 4WD (4 Wheel Drive) option. It is available with 7 variants and each variant comes BS III and BS IV compliant respectively that makes the number of total variants, 14. The diesel operated Tata Safari is powered by a 2.2L, 2179cc, Dicor (Direct Injection Common Rail) engine with VTT (Variable Turbine Technology) offering high engine performance with better fuel efficiency. Its four variants (LX, VX, GX and EX) which are loaded with Dicor engine and equipped with 2WD (2 Wheel Drive) option, offer mileage of 11kmpl in city and 15kmpl on the highway. The rest of the three variants of Tata Safari (VX, GX and EX) of Tata Safari that are powered by the same capacity engine but come with a 4WD (4 Wheel Drive) option, offer mileage of 10.45kmpl in the city and 15.5kmpl on the highway.
Gaadi [dot] com states that the Safari Dicor gave Tata Motors a new identity in the Indian market. For a manufacturer that was better known for its commercial vehicle range, the Safari did wonders for the brand. It was first launched in the Indian market in 1998 and since then has undergone many changes, mainly on the inside and under the bonnet. The looks of the Safari more or less remain the same and needless to say, the Safari, thirteen years after its launch, does look dated. The interiors have been refreshed time to time. The ARAI certified mileage for the Safari BS-III and BS-IV models stand at 14.34 kilometres per litre and 13.93kmpl respectively.
Priceindia [dot] com opines that the Tata Safari Dicor has got the goodness of instant pickup, acceleration, new generation 2.2 VTT Dicor engine, comfortable seats, rugged chassis and body construction, anti-submarine seats, effective braking and dark graphite and beige interiors with leather combination upholstery. The mileage given by Tata Safari Dicor is 11.57 kilometres per litre as per CMVR, Rule 115.
Tata Safari Dicor mileage: The final verdict
The muscular and good looking Tata Safari Dicor is a treat to drive. It’s comfortable cabin space and seats give great comfort to the travellers and driver. The engine is well known to be a great performer. The mileage given by Tata Safari Dicor is around 11-14 kilometres per litre.