Posted Tue, 07/24/2012 - 18:39 by CarBlog Team
Each product of Tata Motors comes with some special features which separates it from the crowd quite easily. We do agree that they have been the rulers of the market for quite sometime now, especially in the SUV segment. The high point of a TATA Motor launch is the level of expectation it caters to. As the Indian market has shifted from demanding Sports Utility Vehicles (SUV) to Multi Utility Vehicles (MUV), the competition has become rustic. TATA has to compete with other SUVs like Force Motors -Force One, Mahindra Scorpio, Bolero, XUV 500 and the Tata Safari, the newly launched Duster and the Audi Q3 of-course.
Tata has managed to carve a niche among masses for their cars. They are the must have SUV's in todays market if you are looking for an Indian make SUV. They are the current object of desire and object of pride for people who want to own SUV's in the Rs. 6 to 10 Lakh range. Tata Motors SUV commands respect because of the powerful engines which are made to not just strip the wild but to conquer it as well. The new beast can be heard from its dungeon, according to what we hear, the Tata Safari Storme will come out only in Diwali. And thus starts the long impatient wait. India is a Festival fanatic place, we are partially deranged with the fun and frolic around at that time, and getting money out of our pockets is very easy. So, if Tata taking a que from the film fraternity to strike when the iron is hot, then its okay for them. But what about the people who were wanting to show it off before that? Well, waiting seems to be the only option, but till then you always have the pleasure of staring the glossy Tata Safari Storme pictures doing rounds.
The Tata Safari Storme gives competition to the existing Mahindra Scorpio, Bolero and the newly launched Renault duster (Its the current darling of many hearts!!!). Though people who own ARIA and SAFARI might be good with the delay, cause they have got some time to be proud of their ownership, because after Tata storme launches, they will get busy sulking. After all, experience speaks for itself (Tata is churning out SUV's since past 14 years).
The current specification which TATA has come up with its STORME is enough to raise a storm (The Tata safari storme reviews so too). The Storme boasts of a 2.2-litre 16 valve common rail (DiCOR) engine, which is impressive for an utility vehicle, plus it also raves of 320Nm torque assuring great cruiser quality. One look at the impressive raring-to-go sleek machine and you would know under the hood is the true flare. And just because it promises a host of upgrades, not to leave behind new features, clever tweaks and world class innovations, this new beast is worth waiting for. I shared the Compact SUVs, The Future of Family Cars.