Tata Sumo Gold Review

Manufactured and marketed by the reputed Indian auto manufacturer, Tata, the Tata Sumo Gold is a SUV car which came into production in the year 1994. Like many other cars, the Tata Sumo has many variants available in the market and among them the Tata Sumo Gold is one.

The Tata Sumo Gold aka Tata Sumo Victa Turbo DI, which was the updated version of the Spacio Gold, was produced in the year 2007 by Tata. Tata, further, featured the engine same as of the Spacio, whereas, the body design and the interiors were copied from the Tata Sumo Victa Viz.

Furthermore, the car has been made available in 7 seat and 9 seat variants. The car, because it costs lower than other cars and has good mileage, is sold in maximum quantity and also is famous among the customers who buy it for personal use and among who buy it for giving on a rent.

Moreover, Tata has been exporting 3 different variants of Tata Sumo Gold in Nepal under the dealership of Sipradi Trading Private Limited.

Price in Nepal: Rs. 3,175,000 (For Sumo Gold CX+),

Rs. 3,275,000 (For Sumo Gold EX),

Rs. 3,515,000 (For Sumo Gold GX)



 Body Type
 Basic Weight
 4258 mm
 1925 mm
 2425 mm
 Front Track
 Rear Track
 Ground Clearance
 190 mm



Fuel Tank
 65 liters
 Valves Per Cylinder
 2 (Sumo Gold CX+), NA (Sumo Gold EX /  Sumo Gold GX)
 2956 cc
 Max Power
 84 bhp
 Max Torque
 250 Nm



Front Brakes
Rear Brakes
Front Wheels
Rear Wheels
Front Suspensions
 Double wishbone Type with Coil Springs
Rear Suspensions
 Parabolic Leaf Springs



 Number of Gears

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