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Acquire A Glance At This Epic Transformation Of A Tata Sumo Into A Merc G-Wagon





The Tata Sumo was retailed in the Indian marketplace from 1994 to 2019, and cost a fraction of what the Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon at this time retails at

The Mercedes-Benz G-Class, also recognised as the G-Wagon, is the German luxurious car manufacturer’s most able off-roading SUV, and is also a person of the most high priced Mercedes-Benz cars. Also, the G-Wagon is truly just one of the very best off-roading SUVs that funds can get you.

Having said that, this specific white colored product may not stay legitimate to its G-Wagon roots. Very well, that’s due to the fact this motor vehicle is really not a G-Wagon, but a Tata Sumo underneath the pores and skin! The Sumo certainly brought immense results to Tata Motors, and was a person of the oldest multi-purpose cars marketed in the state.

No make a difference what, the Sumo stands no possibility versus the G-Wagon. That stated, one Tata Sumo proprietor would seem to truly adore the Mercedes-Benz SUV, and determined of obtaining his Sumo modified into on the lookout like a replica of the luxury automobile. We have to give it to him, it is tough to convey to that this is essentially not a G-Class at very first glance.

Modified Tata Sumo

On the other hand, when you seem closely, you start out noticing the finer particulars and realise that it is indeed a clone. The front radiator grille with the substantial Mercedes-Benz emblem, the spherical headlamps, bonnet, entrance bumper, wheel arches all glimpse just like the ones on the G-Wagon. The car also receives fake bonnet-mounted flip indicators, blacked-out ORVMs, and a black stripe that operates the whole length of the auto.

What we really don’t like is the AMG symbol on the entrance door, which truthfully, ruins the neat & thoroughly clean glimpse of the G-Wagon clone and seems superfluous. The rear, even so, offers away its accurate identity. Though it does get a spare-mounted wheel cover with the Mercedes logo, the taillights continue being unchanged.

Modified Tata Sumo-3

All-in-all, the modifications will certainly fool a lot of folks into believing that this is truly a Mercedes-Benz G-Class. Nevertheless, we are not confident if this would continue to be the circumstance when you get within the cabin of this Tata Sumo. The expense of the full modification has not been shared.


Top 10 Selling Midsize SUVs In March 2021 – Creta, Harrier, Safari, Hector




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Hyundai Creta led the way in the midsize SUV sales charts for the month of March 2021 ahead of Kia Seltos and MG Hector

Hyundai Motor India Limited had the Creta as its top-selling SUV in the country last month as it sat at the top of the midsize sales charts with 12,640 units as against 6,706 units during the same period in 2020 with a Year-on-Year volume increase of 88.5 per cent. The Seltos came in at second with 10,557 units as against 7,466 units in March 2020.

This led to a Year-on-Year sales surge of 41.4 per cent. Both have plenty in common including the platform and powertrains but the arrival of the second-generation Hyundai Creta in early 2020 did put the Seltos in the second position and as the months went by, the former continued to extend the volume gap every month to its Korean cousin.

With the midsize SUV segment getting plenty of attention from customers, naturally, more manufacturers are stepping in wanting to grab a big pie. The popularity is one of the reasons why Kia and MG debuted in the domestic market with Seltos and Hector respectively and they are reaping benefits out of them in nearly the last two years.

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Top 10 Midsize SUVs (YoY)March 2021 SalesMarch 2020 Sales
1. Hyundai Creta (88.5%)12,6406,706
2. Kia Seltos (41.4%)10,5577,466
3. MG Hector (236.6%)4,7201,402
4. Maruti Suzuki S-Cross2,5350
5. Mahindra Scorpio (5727%)2,33140
6. Tata Harrier (261.3%)2,284632
7. Tata Safari2,148
8. Jeep Compass (734.3%)1,360163
9. Mahindra XUV500 (6600%)6039
10. Renault Duster (68%)252150
11. Nissan Kicks (-72.83%)141519

The MG Hector posted a cumulative domestic tally of 4,720 units as against 1,402 units during the corresponding month last year with a YoY sales growth of 236.6 per cent. The S-Cross ended up in the fourth position with 2,535 units while the Mahindra Scorpio finished fifth with 2,331 units as against just 40 units in March 2020 with 5727 per cent surge.

Tata Motors had the Harrier in sixth with 2,284 units as against 632 units during the same period last year with 261.3 per cent increase in volumes. The homegrown manufacturer introduced the seven-seater Safari earlier this year and is sold in six- and seven-seat configurations. It has been well received so far in India and posted 2,148 unit sales in March 2021.


The Jeep Compass also received a facelift earlier this year and it has certainly helped in improving its volumes sales. At eighth, it registered 1,360 units as against 163 units during the same period last year with 734 per cent growth while the XUV500 finished in the ninth position ahead of Renault Duster and Nissan Kicks.

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