Tata Sumo Grande MK II 2011Posted on Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011 in TATA.
The Grande recently MK II is an improved version of the Tata Motors’ Sumo premium offer, with significant changes in the external and internal areas and improvements in handling, ride comfort and handling and comfort. The outer shell is lined with a new chrome grill strengthened, rubbing the rails with chrome inserts and indicators on the mirrors (ORVM).
The interior has been updated to the car a completely new, modern look with a two-tone theme with a new faux wood center console augmented, and new upholstery. The vehicle on display sporting a stylish hat on the dashboard, new leather upholstery, a special master in the second row seat and alloy wheels. The changing ratio of the drive Tata Grande MK II increases the power at low speed in town. While a modified chassis help reduce a smooth ride, new stabilizers to minimize body roll during turns. Other improvements include a smaller steering wheel with swinging horns, grab one on the “C” column to help handle exit the third row of seats, and a new interior door handles. It takes us the class-leading attributes of the previous version – the best in class third row seats and the lowest turning radius of 5.25 m in the category, one of the best fuel economy in its class, Dual HVAC with roof integrated multi-motorized ORVM, height-adjustable driver’s seat and a state of the art CD/MP3 music system. It is equipped with the new generation provides 2.2-liter common-rail direct injection (Dicor) engine with a turbocharger with variable geometry, the maximum power and torque of 120 hp and 250 Nm power. ViaAdvertisements