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Updated Tata Sumo Gold Launched In India


Tata Sumo Gold Facelift Details

Tata Motors had showcased a wide range of facelifts and updates at the HORIZONEXT event held in Pune a few months back. One of the updates included the Tata Sumo Gold, which has been launched with additional features and some reworked mechanicals. According to the carmaker, the update is a result of extensive consumer studies and field tests. On the styling front, the Sumo Gold gets a chrome front grille with new body graphics and 15-inch wheels with new wheel covers. It is available in four new colours – red, grey and white.

Tata Motors claims improved NVH levels with lower in-cabin noise. The Sumo Gold gets added with dual AC, which is mounted on the roof for middle and third row seats. The audio system now gets USB and Bluetooth connectivity, which we have also seen on other updates such as the Nano, Indigo eCS and Indica. The clutch and the gearshifts of the Sumo Gold have been smoothened up for added comfort. The suspension setup has also been tweaked and softened for better ride quality.

The engine remains the same in the updated Sumo Gold, which is the 3.0-litre CR4 diesel engine that produces 85 PS of peak power with 250 Nm of torque, mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox. Tata Motors claims an ARAI mileage of 15.3 km/l with the CR4 diesel motor. The manufacturer is offering insurance at Rs. 1 for 3 years as well as warranty for 3 years/ 1 lakh kms. Funding up to 90 percent of ex-showroom price is available with the Sumo Gold and one can also avail a 6 months EMI holiday. The updated Tata Sumo Gold is available in 5 variants – GX, FX, EX, LX and CX and comes with a starting price of Rs. 5.93 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi).

Tata Sumo Gold Update

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  • Ben

    I think Tata motors will be the next Hindustan motors. It seems to be a joke to read the specs of this 3 L cr4 engine.

  • sandy

    “I was comparing 3 product namely Sumo Gold, Thar, Gurkha with Ecosports in terms of dimensions. Ecosports wheelbase is longer, Gurkha is taller n wider, Sumo is longer, spacious yet have shortest turning radius and Thar has the cheapest version. EcoSports is the only front wheel driven and it’s cheaper petrol version is even costlier then the base diesel of the rest. So why should I go for EcoSports?” was the question asked by one of the rural commuter.

    Probably, he won’t be getting any satisfactory answer even if he test drive all of them. And this could be the reason why Tata is still banking on Sumo and the reason why Bolero is selling well; and some day Tata may try to show Sumo’s benefit against EcoSports, as they did with their Manza against Amaze.
    But the point is, Sumo has the potency to be miniSUV if only Tata thinks on technical direction; rather then marketing direction.