Tata Sumo Victa, launched by Tata Motors in 2004, is a vehicle any owner is proud of. The multi-utility vehicle has muscular look complemented by roomy interiors. The newly designed cockpit offers more comfort and convenience. With a turning radius of just 4.9m, driving Victa through congested roads is never a problem.
Design and Interiors
Appeal of the vehicle has been enhanced by new chrome front grille and sparkling headlamps, while the taillight cluster looks trendy as well. The grace is added by body colored ORVM and door handles. The contrast colored claddings and bumpers bedeck the exteriors. Seven people can ride comfortably in the vehicle.
The cockpit interior also offer pose with good facet. Storage spaces at appropriate locations make an uncluttered cabin, while the leather-wrapped steering wheel feel good to your fingertips. The vehicle comes with a new dashboard and sporty central console. The lumbar assistance can be adjusted for more comfort during long drives. The MUV is available with a new dashboard and sporty central console. The lumbar support can be adjusted to get more comfort during long journeys.
Variants and Color
Tata Sumo Victa is available in four variants - Victa GX TURBO, Victa GX, Victa EX, and Victa LX. The vehicle is priced between Rs 4.8 and 5.8 lacs.
Safety measure taken in the vehicle are rear high mounted stop lamp, engine immobilizer (with keyless entryanti-submarine seats for driver and co-driver, side intrusion beam on all four doors, seat belt warning and ) and collapsible steering column.
Standard version of Tata Sumo Victa has a 1948 cc diesel engine, which delivers power of 90 PS @ 4300 rpm and maximum torque of 19 kgm @ 2500 rpm.
Behind GX Turbo variant is a turbocharger, which produces a power of 89 bhp @ 4,300 rpm and a maximum torque of 186 Nm @ 2,500 rpm.