Updated Tata Sumo Gold introduced at 5.93 lakhs – Gallery, Brochure inside

Posted on: Oct 30, 2013 - 10:45am IST

Tata Motors has started retailing the new Tata Sumo Gold which was shown to the media at the HORIZONEXT event in Pune back in June.

New Tata Sumo Gold side view
The updated Sumo Gold gets the Safari’s alloy wheels.

The new Sumo Gold features a 3.0L CR4 engine, tuned to produce 85 PS and 250 Nm torque. The vehicle’s efficiency is rated at 15.3 kmpl by ARAI. Tata say that the Sumo Gold is the first vehicle in its segment to have dual AC, and has 20% more cabin space than its nearest competitor. It is also fitted with a music system that can read tracks from a USB, and offers Bluetooth telephony.

2013 Tata Sumo Gold console
The new music system can read audio tracks from a USB, and can pair to mobile phones via Bluetooth.

The Sumo’s suspension has been softened for better ride quality, while the NVH is claimed to have improved. The clutch is a “high performance” unit which has a life of 1 lakh kilometers. The car’s ground clearance is the same at 182mm.

Insurance for the car is priced at Rs. 1 for three years/100,000 km. A six month EMI holiday is also being offered in some regions.

2013 Tata Sumo Gold gear
The design of the gear knob has changed.

The new Sumo Gold is offered in four colors – Blazing Red, Twilight Grey Arctic Silver and Porcelain White. It is launched in 5 variants – GX, FX, EX, LX and CX, priced from Rs. 5.93 lakh onwards (ex-showroom, New Delhi).

The press release and the brochure below have more details.

New Tata Sumo Gold – Official Images

New Tata Sumo Gold launched – Press Release

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New Tata Sumo Gold – Brochure

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5 thoughts on “Updated Tata Sumo Gold introduced at 5.93 lakhs – Gallery, Brochure inside

  1. Joshy Kurian says:

    I too agree with the same opinion. ” Change the exterior looks of Tata cars “

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  2. shelji says:

    I think the new team at tata motors coming from GM will drive the company to the grave.

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  3. Ganesh says:

    Outright UGLY!! Why do they have to spend money to make something like this!!??

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  4. Antony says:

    With these depressing market condition , its better to churn existing models with added bells and whistles than go for a new platform.
    Remember,the TATA Sumo is a peoples carrier and its targeted at a specific market.This may not set the sales charts ablaze but will keep the production line moving.

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  5. fintsho Duke says:

    TATA has said goodbye to innovation and new products. All models are just dented and painted and nothing new has come out. Look at the outdated design and shapes of the cars, indica, sumo, safari, et al… All are more than a decade old and no matter how much tinkering is done, it will not appeal to the buyers. No wonder Safari storme has failed to pick up sales, sumo will meet with the same fate. Change or update the exterior looks. I am sure it can be done with the same metal sheet at no cost to make it more pleasing, aesthetic and modern at the same time keeping the attributes that work. TATA wake up or customers will say TATA to the products.

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