The Tata Sierra, was a three-door sport utility vehicle produced by the Indian carmaker Tata Motors It was based on the Tata Telcoline. It was the first SUV to be designed and produced in India. In export market the Sierra was sold as Tata Sport, Tata Telcosport and Tata Grand Telcosport, Tata Gurkha, Tata Loadbeta. The Tata Sierra was launched in 1991 and is the first off-road Sport Utility vehicle produced by the Indian company; and was based on the Tata Telcoline (pick-up originally launched in 1988 from which it takes the mechanical parts, the front facia and the internal dashboard). As the emission norms became further restricted and customers expected more power, Tata launched a turbocharged version in July-August 1997 (second generation.

Diesel: 1948 cc, Inline-4 Cylinder, Turbocharged, DL engine, 67 HP Power, 117 Nm Torque, 130 kmph Top Speed, 9 kmpl Average, 65 litre Fuel tank, G-76-5/3.87 5-speed Manual transmission

Diesel: 1948 cc, Inline-4 Cylinder, Turbocharged, DLTC engine, 89 HP Power, 186 Nm Torque, 140 kmph Top Speed, 8 kmpl Average, 65 litre Fuel tank, G-76-5/3.87 5-speed Manual transmission

6 Colours: Burning Red, Green, Grey, Silver, Black, White

2 Variants: Standard, Turbo

1 Upholstery: Vinyl

1 Wheel: 15 inch Steel

Price range (Discontinued): Rs. 5.23 lakh – Rs. 5.62 lakh (Ex-showroom, Delhi in 1999)

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