The Sumo Gold is a major upgrade over the existing Sumo Victa. Because of several updates it has some what different from the initially launched Sumo. It
gets a new front grille with chrome on the upper lip and with GOLD embossed on it. The clamshell hood is retained and the ruggedness in its styling is
It is the interior that has seen a sea of changes. The Sumo Gold has refreshed its instrument panel design as it gets the four-spoke steering wheel. The
twin dial instrument panel is easy to read as well. This is the first SUV to have dual AC in its segment. The upholstery is also stylish and it does feel
good too. The centre console is very simple and comes with air-con and some other buttons to control rear wash and wiper and defogger. The top-end model
and it has Bluetooth integration too. The quality and the fit and finish has been improved by several notches and the interiors of the Sumo Gold are good.
The third row is also spacious and comfortable to sit in. It is a lot more spacious than competition and even more comfortable too. The Sumo Gold comes
plonked with a 3.0-litre CR4 diesel engine. This engine produces 85bhp of power, compared to the DiCOR that was at 115bhp.
The Sumo Gold has been designed for good ride. The Sumo Gold’s ride suppleness is excellent and the thick tyres absorb most of the road shocks, giving a
pliant ride. It is meant to take occupants from point A to point B, and it does its good well. The handling of the Sumo Gold is decent, considering its
size and its ground clearance, which is massive. The steering wheel is also light and easy to manoeuvre in tight spots because of its smaller turning
1) Sumo Gold CX
2) Sumo Gold EX
3) Sumo Gold FX
4) Sumo Gold GX