2021 Tata Safari Ground Clearance, Boot Space, Dimensions and Tyre Size (1)

2021 Tata Safari Ground Clearance, Boot Space, Dimensions and Tyre Size (1)

2021 Tata Safari is a 7-seater SUV that sits above the Harrier in Tata’s lineup. This article will give you a perspective of its ground clearance, boot space and dimensions (Length, Width, Height & Wheelbase).


2021 Tata Safari

What Are The Dimensions Of 2021 Tata Safari?


Length (mm)


Width (mm)


Height (mm)


Wheelbase (mm)


Boot Space (litre)

Up to 1658 with 2nd and 3rd row folded

The third-gen Safari is 4661mm long, 1894mm wide and 1786mm tall. It not the longest (Hector Plus is 4720mm long) but the widest and the tallest SUV in its class. It is 63mm longer and 80mm taller than the Harrier while the width has remained unchanged. Its extra width and height should result in better headroom and shoulder room for the second and third row of occupants. The Safari has a wheelbase of 2741mm which is identical to that of the Harrier but 9mm less than its arch-rival, MG Hector Plus. The wheelbase is the distance between the centre of the front and rear wheels. A longer wheelbase usually results in better legroom. 

What Is The Boot Space Of 2021 Tata Safari?

The Tata Safari has a boot space of just 73 litres with all three rows up. It can be increased up to 910 litres by folding second and third-row seats.

What Is The Ground Clearance Of 2021 Tata Safari?

The ground clearance of 2021 Tata Safar is 205. However, it should be enough for your everyday use and those weekend adventures since it is based on the Harrier. The Safari rides on 235/60 R18 tyres which are a size bigger than the Harrier’s 235/65 R17 units. Higher ground clearance is very important on Indian roads as it makes it easier to go over tall speed breakers or drive on broken roads without scraping and damaging the car’s underbody.

Ground Clearance (mm)


Tyre Size (Base Variant)

235/70 R16

Tyre Size (Top Variant)

235/60 R18


Saransh Goyal

He is an automobile engineer who likes to write. A born Tifosi, he follows Formula 1 and likes to keep up with upcoming technologies in the world of cars.


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