Tata Safari milestone: more than 10,000 units produced

Ajit Dalvi

new Tata Wildlife Park Five months after its launch in the Indian market, its production exceeded the milestone of 10,000 units. Today, the 10,000th car rolled off the assembly line at the automaker’s Pune plant. Despite the many restrictions caused by the pandemic, the last 9,900 units were produced in less than four months. As of the end of June 2021, a total of 8,964 units have been produced.

  • New Tata Safari reaches production milestone five months after launch
  • The average monthly sales of the new Safari is 1,727 units
  • Expected to sell more than 10,000 vehicles by the end of July 2021

Speaking of the 10,000 production milestone, Shailesh Chandra, President of the Passenger Vehicle Business Unit of Tata Motors, said: “We are very pleased to achieve this important milestone for the new Safari in four months. We have a long history in our country. One of the most difficult periods in the past to achieve this milestone. The 10,000th feat is a testament to the collective efforts of the various teams responsible for the rebirth of this outstanding model.”

Tata Safari sales are expected to exceed 10,000 soon

Since its launch, the company has sold 8,635 units in the domestic market as of the end of June 2021. This constitutes an average monthly sales volume of 1,727 units. By the end of July 2021, Safari sales will exceed 10,000 units.

The new Safari may not match the mechanical structure of the original Safari, but there are many things to like-from the powerful 2.0-liter diesel engine (which produces 170hp and 350Nm of torque and a smooth automatic transmission) to ample space and features . The comfort of the third row is more than adequate. All in all, for the family, this is an eye-catching three-row SUV.

According to Tata Motors, the new Safari is one of the best-selling 6/7 seat SUVs and currently has a market share of 25.2% among similar products. In addition, together with its stable partners (Safari + Harrier), Tata Motors currently has a 41.2% share in the high-end SUV segment (as of the first quarter of FY22).

Tata Wildlife Park: Competitors

The new Safari is located in the three-row SUV space of the mid-size SUV segment, competing with competitors such as the new SUV Hyundai Alcazar, MG Hectorga And the long-running Mahindra XUV500. In the next few months, this SUV will face new competition, and Mahindra will replace XUV500 with XUV500. New XUV700.

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