Tata Safari Storme now available in Nepal at NRS 37.85 lakh

Friday 02 August 2013, 19:09 PM by

Tata Motors, the leading automobile manufacturer in India, recently launched its iconic Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) Tata Safari Storme in Nepal at a base price of NRS 37.85 lakh (ex-showroom). The car will be available in two variants, namely LX and VX. In terms of colour, the auto maker has offered six options, namely Urban Bronze, Sardinia Red, Pearl White, Pearl Champagne, Astern Black, Arctic Silver.

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Tata Safari Storme now available in Nepal at NRS 37.85 lakh

Commenting on the launch, Gurinder Singh, the country manager for Passenger Vehicles Business Unit in Nepal and Bhutan for Tata Motors said, “In addition to our current dynamic offerings, we now introduce the Tata Safari Storme to our customers in Nepal. We are sure that customers will be delighted with the look and off-road capability of the Safari Storme.”

The new Tata Safari Storme delivers a power packed performance with its superior VariCOR turbocharged engine featuring the Variable Turbine Technology. This powertrain can produce a maximum output of 138 bhp and torque of up to 320 Nm. The Tata Safari Storme can clock 100 kmph from 0 kmph in less than 15 seconds. In addition, the vehicle also features the electronic shift-on-fly technology, which allows hassle-free switching between front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive modes.

With a low turning radius of 5.4 metres, this car can be easily manoeuvred in hilly and rocky terrains. The excellent ground clearance of the vehicle, which stands at an impressive 200 mm, provides a dominating look to the off-roader. Features like Inside rear view mirror and electrically operated folding outside rear view mirror with turn signals are present in the car to ensure a better driving experience.

For safety, the vehicle is equipped with features like Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) with Electronic Break-force Distribution (EBD), ensuring better control while driving on slippery roads. Also, the inertia switch automatically cuts off the fuel supply to the engine and switches on the hazard light. Provision of dual SRS airbags along with collapsible steering column gives safety to passengers from different sides of the vehicle.

As compared to the older version of the Tata Safari, the new model has a new front grille and projector headlamps, along with stylishly sculptured bumpers. The rear end of the car now features more stylishly designed tail lights and an aerodynamically designed spoiler.

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