Tata Sumo Grande
Tata Sumo Grande
Manufacturer Tata Motors
Production 2008–present
Assembly India
Class MUV
Body style(s) 4-door station wagon
Engine(s) 2.2 L DICOR
Transmission(s) 5-speed manual

The Sumo Grande is a MUV (SUV) designed and manufactured by Tata Motors.

Sumo Grande (2008-2010)[edit | edit source]

Tata launched the Sumo Grande on January 10, 2008 powered with a new generation 2200 cc 120 bhp (89 kW/122 PS) DICOR (Direct Injection Common Rail) engine. It features completely different body work. It lies below the Tata Safari in Tata's product portfolio. The Sumo Grande was designed in the UK by Concept Group International LTD.

The 2008 Sumo Grande

Sumo Grande MK II (2010-present)[edit | edit source]

It is an upgraded version of Sumo Grande. The Grande MK II seeks to deliver added value to customers through substantial changes in the exteriors and interiors combined with improvements in drivability, ride and handling and comfort. The exteriors have been accentuated by a new chrome lined grill, side rub rails with chrome inserts and indicators on ORVMs. The interiors have been refreshed to give the vehicle a completely new, contemporary look with a two tone theme complemented by a new faux wood centre console and new fabric upholstery.The changed drive ratio in the Grande MK II gives a boost to low speed performance in city driving conditions. While a modified suspension ensures a comfortable ride, particularly for second and third row occupants, optimised anti-roll bars reduce body roll to a minimum during cornering. The NVH levels have been further refined.

Sumo Grande Specifications[edit | edit source]

Top speed 148 km/h (92 mph)
0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) 17.6 s
Engine Type 2.2L DICOR, 32 Bit ECU and Variable Geometry Turbocharger
Displacement 2179 cc
Power 120 PS (88 kW/120 hp) @ 4000 rpm
Torque 250 N·m (180 lb·ft) @1500 rpm
Valve Mechanism DOHC
Cylinder Configuration Inline 4
Fuel Type Diesel
Fuel System
Minimum Turning Radius 5.3 metres
Wheelsize 16 inch
Tyres 235/70 R 16 (tubeless)
Ground Clearance 205 mm / 8.07 inches

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