Tata Safari 4x2 VX DICOR BS-IV Car - Price, Performance & Specs
Detailed information on the Safari 4x2 VX DICOR BS-IV of Tata in India. This page gives information on the technical features of Tata's Safari model and its 4x2 VX DICOR BS-IV variant. Tata Safari 4x2 VX DICOR BS-IV is powered by a 2179 cc Diesel Engine and it offers an overall milage of . The price of Tata Safari 4x2 VX DICOR BS-IV Diesel model in India is around Rs. 1195000 /-*.
Continue reading to know about the technical specifications of Tata Safari 4x2 VX DICOR BS-IV Car.
Technical Specification of Safari 4x2 VX DICOR BS-IV Cars of Tata
Technical features, safety and security features, performance and other details about the Tata Safari 4x2 VX DICOR BS-IV.
|Weight & Dimension|
|Overall Length (mm)||4650|
|Overall Width (mm)||1918|
|Overall Height (mm)||1925|
|Wheel Base (mm)||2650|
|Ground Clearance (mm)||205|
|Front Track (mm)||1500|
|Rear Track (mm)||1470|
|Boot Space (l)||981|
|Kerb Weight (Kg)||2040|
|Gross Vehicle Weight (kg)||2650|
|No of Doors||5|
|Mileage - Highway (km/l)||14.4|
|Mileage - City (km/l)||10.7|
|Mileage - Overall (km/l)||11.4|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||65|
|Maximum Speed||152 Km/Hour|
|Engine Type/Model||2.2 L 16-Valve DOHC VTT DiCOR|
|Power (PS @ rpm)||140 @4000|
|Torque (Nm @ rpm)||320 @1700|
|No of Cylinders||4|
|Valves per Cylender||4|
|Final Reduction Gear Ratio||5|
|Front Suspension||Independent Double Wishbone with Torsion bar|
|Rear Suspension||5 link Suspension with coil springs|
|Steering Type||Rack & Pinion with Power Assist|
|Minimum Turning Radius (m)||6|
|Front Brakes||Ventilated Disc brake with Twin Pot caliper|
|Rear Breaks||Drum brake, Auto Adjusting Type|
|Wheels & Tyres|
|Tyres||235/70 R 16, 105 S|
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