Tata Sumo
Tata Sumo

Tata Motors, an illustrious name in the Indian automotive sector, is gearing up to rejuvenate its SUV lineup. After making waves last year with the introduction of Tata Sierra, and showcasing its prototype, the company is now ready to roll out a familiar name with new vigor – the Tata Sumo. Expected to come with a 9-seater capacity, it seems poised to lock horns, yet again, with the much-appreciated Mahindra Bolero. In a recent statement, Tata announced the launch of three new SUVs, including the Sierra, Safari, and the Sumo.

The Anticipation Surrounding Tata Sumo’s Entry

Historically, the Bolero and Sumo were two giants in the SUV segment that were often compared by automotive enthusiasts. Whether it was their features or their price points, comparisons were inevitable. With the news of Sumo’s reentry, customers are brimming with excitement. Both SUVs offer 9-seater arrangements, making them favorites for larger families or group travels. It will be intriguing to observe which SUV dominates the market share in the forthcoming days.

Engine Power and Efficiency of Tata Sumo

Delving into the technicalities of the Tata Sumo’s engine, it’s speculated to house a robust 2936 cc diesel powertrain. For those who recall its prior stint in the Indian market, the vehicle was known to offer a decent mileage of around 15 kilometers per liter. Despite receiving updates with a BS4 engine in the past, the Sumo was discontinued for a while. But adhering to public demand, Tata Motors is resurrecting this beloved vehicle.

Tata Sumo
Tata Sumo

State-of-the-art Features in the New Tata Sumo

The reimagined Tata Sumo promises to come loaded with a host of contemporary features. Potential buyers can expect modern amenities such as cruise control, Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), sunroof, Bluetooth connectivity, a large touchscreen infotainment system, hands-free mobile reception, roof-mounted AC, fog lamps, power steering, and power windows among others. With such an impressive array of features, the Sumo is bound to make its way to many wish-lists.

Pricing and Launch Date of Tata Sumo

While there’s no official word on the price tag of the revamped Tata Sumo, it’s speculated to be priced around 15 lakhs. The SUV has been on the radar of many eager buyers, with its official entry into the market anticipated in 2024.

Sonu Roy is originally a resident of Samastipur district of Bihar, has been working as a writer in digital journalism for the last 4 years. In his career of 4 years, he has good experience from politics, automobile, motivation, sports to technology field.