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Published On : Sep 23, 2010 TANMOY
Category : Driving
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Hi Tanmoy,

Tata Sumo Grande to the Indian Auto Market with two different engine capacity models Dicor and Turbo. The with two types of engine; company patented DICOR and Turbo after giving it more sporty, stylish and attractive look along with classy interiors and exteriors named Tata Sumo Grande MKII turbo and Grande Dicor. The best part about this MUV is that Dicor model comes with a powerful 2.2L DICOR (Direct Injection Common Rail) diesel engine that outurns a power of 120 PS at 4000 rpm and maximum torque is 250 Nm at 1500-3000 rpm that delivers a good fuel economy, with a great mileage, while Turbo engine powered variants of Tata Sumo Grande comes with 2.0 IDI TCIC 1948 cc engine which delievers maximum output of 90 ps at 4500rpm and maximum torgue production capacity is of 190 NM at 2000-3000rpm, which is going to take it top of the ladder in India.

Tata Sumo Grande is adorned with a complete new range of interiors like it accomodates a huge head, leg and shoulder space that makes it roomy and enormous. Powerful Alpine cd/mp3 music system is provided with a wood finished console for better music quality, seats are in three rows means occupants capacity is huge, cabin is made of dual HAVC, all the three rows are seprated with louvers on the roof. Both the models of all new Sumo Grande has got separate variants;Ex, Lx, Cx with the seating capacity from 7 to 9 occupants. So here if you are making up your mind to get a big SUV(Sport Utility Vehicle), then the real huge an MUV(multi utility vehicle). Tata Sumo Grande is going to be the right option, which is able to fulfill all the expectations of yours, a complete sporty,huge capacious and amazing comfort.
All details of the car not possible to mention here for it please visit the given link as above.

Thank you.
By Arun on Friday, September 24, 2010 1:01:49 PM
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