Tata’s age-old workhorse, the Sumo has been soldiering on for close to two and half decades. Begs the question, is the good old SUV still a relevant buy in today's day and age? Let’s take a quick look -
Big 182mm ground clearance gives you the flexibility of taking it off-road.
Power steering makes it easier to maneuver inside the city.
Rugged chassis can take years of abuse. Makes it value for money in the long run.
Bouncy ride at triple digit speeds. Rear seat occupants will feel uneasy over long distances.
Third row is cramped for adults. Best suited to kids.
Stand Out Features
Roof-mounted second row AC vents are unique to the Sumo in its class.
The Sumo does have its share of rough edges which become even more apparent when you consider it in the same breath as modern compact SUVs.
"If you need a reliable workhorse for the farmhouse and occasionally ferry people around, the big Tata will function without a hiccup."