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It quickly made a name for itself in a market which had never seen anything modern than the Mahindra vehicles. The Tata Sumo can rightfully claim to have created the utility vehicle segment in India. The Sumo currently competes against the Chevrolet Tavera, Toyota Innova, Mahindra Bolero, Mahindra Scorpio. The Sumo was facelifted extensively in 2004 and renamed as the Sumo Victa in face of competition from relatively modern competitors.
The Victa features an excellent set of features like power windows, power steering, tubeless radial tyres, twin AC, central locking, clear lens multi reflector head lamps, crystal finish tail lamp cluster, anti glare ORVMS with electronic control, remote keyless entry, tachometers, LCD monitors, voice warnings, multi trip odometers to name a few. It is powered by a 2.0L Turbo charged Diesel engine with intercooler, which is sufficient enough to outperform it's competitors.
This model comes in 8 & 10 seater variants and is very much popular with private transporters & contract taxi vendors because of it's lower