SUV, Manual, 2,179 cc, Diesel, 13.6 kmpl
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Although the Tata Sumo was launched earlier than the Safari, it was never considered a SUV. The Tata Sumo is, even now, considered to be a multi-utility vehicle or MPV. The first Sumo was delivered to the market in 1994. The car received a major facelift in 2004 and since then has come out with two different models, the Grande and Gold. The Grande features a new more powerful engine, while the Sumo Gold gets the old Safari DiCOR engine. Its main competitor is the Mahindra Bolero and the Mahindra Quanto.
Quite simply the Tata Sumo looks like a bloated vehicle. It has got a boxy shape with no real curves and a straight flat front hood. The front grille is nothing but dull and the components are completely outdates. Even the bumpers look bad in quality. The star lacks any kind of modern design interpretation and looks much like it did back in the 90s. This is one MPV that doesn’t look appealing at all, except for the fact that it is huge.
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