Thanks 350Z for the pics you have put here. Looking forward towards a TD report from you.
Few things strike me after seeing the interiors.
> The analog clock between AC vents in front is placed similar to what is seen in S Class, ofcourse, S Class fit & finish is far, far more superior & ahead in miles or nautical miles !!
> The Sahara beige is available for cars like Merc C Class & looks good. Need to see whether Storme color is identical to it,
> In Merc, in case of C Class, the aluminium finish is available in Avantgarde (top end version) while wooden trim comes in Elegance (2nd from top version). This I always felt to be reverse. What storme is offering in VX & LX is more logical.
> The interior colors are really good, looks far superior than XUV. Ofcourse, if one wants, they can choose black interiors over beige in storme,
> Interior space is indeed very good. The 2nd row is where one should be.
Apart from this, the fit & finish levels are improved by leaps compared to current Safari. Same is the case with the exteriors, looks very classy. The look is really nice & subtle compared to over-done XUV. Best part is entry level Storme is good 2L cheaper than XUV which is really good, if one is ready without airbags. The most VFM
Storme I feel is LX.
Now am I going to buy one for self use ? Well, no storme or no XUV either, atleast in near future as I don't require any UV/SUV/MPV etc. But surely if UV is on my list, Storme will be on top of the list for the simple reason that I don't feel worth spending over 15L on any UV, irrespective of company/model.
I now only hope Tata launches Prima sedan ASAP
, the analog clock in S Class -