Tata Motors has now successfully introduced the all-new Safari to the Nepal market. Given the SUV’s success in India, Tata Motors will expect the same response in the Himalayan country of Nepal as well. Tata Motors already has a strong relationship with Nepal and has recently launched the Nexon EV. With the Safari, Tata Motors adds yet another milestone in their partnership. The festive season is just around the corner, it is the perfect time to introduce the SUV to Nepalese customers.
To create a buzz and provide the customers with an initial impression, Sipradi Trading Pvt. Ltd will showcase the Safari at Labim Mall, in Lalitpur City. This experience centre will also provide the Tata customers with a privileged parking space. This will ensure a seamless experience for the Tata customers and help them know more about the product.
Tata Safari – Adventure Persona Edition
In addition to the standard Safari, the Adventure Persona edition accentuates Safari’s ‘rugged and sporty’ styling of the car. Finished in a Tropical Mist colour scheme that takes inspiration from the rich and diverse flora. For Nepal customers, this Adventure Persona edition will very much suit their high mountains and vibrant landscape. The edition comes with 18-inch black tinted charcoal grey alloys and an all-piano black finish in its grille. The SUV also features a roof rails insert, outer door handles, along with a Safari mascot placement on the bonnet.
The interiors of the Adventure Persona edition also get some special touches. This includes signature earthy brown interiors, dark chrome interior accents on air vents, knob, switches, inner door handle and instrument cluster. Matching the exterior, the interiors also get a piano black interior pack on the steering wheel, grab handles, floor console frame and IP mid pad finisher.
Price and Availability
Sipradi Trading Pvt. Ltd. has tied up with Tata Motors to display and sell the Safari in Nepal. The dealership network has also confirmed that the vehicles are now on display and available for test drives. The SUV has a starting price of NPR 81.99 lakh, thus appealing to Nepal’s wide range of customers.