Tata Safari Dark edition launched in India, prices begin at Rs 19.06 lakh

Just like other cars in its lineup, Tata is now offering a Dark version of the Safari. It’s available with the XT+ and XZ+ variants of the SUV, both with their manual and automatic transmissions. The XT+ and XZ+ versions both get different upgrades with the Dark edition.

By Dhruv Paliwal | on January 17, 2022 Follow us on Autox Google News

Tata is demanding a premium of up to Rs 72,000 for the Dark edition of the Safari.

The Tata Safari now gets a Dark edition, and its price begins at Rs 19.06 lakh. Tata is offering the Dark edition of the Safari with the XT+ and XZ+ (automatics included), but you do get different updates, depending on the variant you choose. But before we dive into that, let's take a look at the prices of all the different Dark variants of the Safari.


Standard price

Dark edition price



Rs 18.86 lakh

Rs 19.06 lakh

Rs 20,000


Rs 20.16 lakh

Rs 20.36 lakh

Rs 20,000


Rs 20.65 lakh

Rs 21.12 lakh

Rs 47,000

XZ+ (6-seater)

Rs 20.50 lakh

Rs 21.22 lakh

Rs 72,000


Rs 21.95 lakh

Rs 22.42 lakh

Rs 47,000

XZA+ (6-seater)

Rs 21.80 lakh

Rs 22.52 lakh

Rs 72,000

All prices are ex-showroom.

The XT+ and XTA+ variants are the lowest in the Safari’s line-up to get the option of the Dark edition. In these two variants, you get two basic additions over the regular variants – a fully blacked-out exterior and 18-inch black alloy wheels.

Tata Safari Dark Edition Interior

The XZ+ and XZA+ get a blacked-out interior as well, over and above the changes in the XT/XTA variants. The material of the seats is also premium, which Tata calls Nappa Granite. It, however, is still leatherette, whereas you get real leather on the seats in the Gold Edition of the Safari. The front seats are also ventilated in the XZ+ and XZA+ Dark editions.

On top of this, the 6-seat versions of the XZ+ and XZA+ Dark edition models also get optional ventilated seats for rear passengers. This is why the price premium on these variants is more than that of the 7-seater XZ+ and XZA+ variants.

Tata Safari Dark Edition Side Profile

The Safari continues to make use of the 2.0-litre 168bhp diesel engine, which is mated to either a 6-speed manual transmission or a 6-speed automatic. Overall, the Safari retails between Rs 14.99 lakh and Rs 23.19 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) and rivals the Mahindra XUV700, MG Hector Plus, Hyundai Alcazar, and the upcoming Kia Carens.

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