TATA Motors Launches the Grande MK II Stills

Tata Motors today launched Grande MK II, an upgraded version of its premium Sumo offering in the domestic market and expects to sell around 4,000 vehicles per month.

TATA Motors Launches the Grande MK II Gallery

Tata Motors has unveiled Grande MK II, an upgraded version of its Sumo, in the domestic market. It offers added value to customers through changes in the exteriors and interiors combined with improvements in drivability, ride, handling and comfort.

According to Tata, exteriors offers new chrome lined grill, side rub rails with chrome inserts and indicators on ORVMs, and interiors includes two tone theme complemented by new faux wood centre console and fabric upholstery.

It also includes smaller steering wheel with floating horns, a grab handle on the C pillar to aid egress of third row passengers, and new inner door handles.

The Grande MK II offers new third row seats and turning circle radius of 5.25m in category, with better fuel efficiency. It also includes a dual HVAC with roof integrated louvers, motorised ORVMs, height adjustable driver’s seat and CD/MP3 music system. The vehicle is provided by 2.2 litre DICOR engine fitted with a variable geometry turbocharger, which delivers power and torque of 120 PS and 250 Nm, respectively.

The new model is available in three variants, Gx, Ex and Lx, with a seating capacity ranging between seven and nine seats in front and side facing configurations. It is available in three new colors; walnut gold, platinum beige and castle grey and priced in the range of INR6,43,000 to INR7,50,000.