Force Motors has launched the world’s largest monocouque van today, called as the Force Traveller-26.
The Traveller-26 comes as the most advanced van from Force Motors.
The 26 seater is powered by a 129 PS, 295 Nm common rail diesel engine which is made under license from Daimler AG, Germany. The Traveller-26 packs in a plethora of segment firsts to set itself apart from its rivals.
The body is made up of pressed steel panel which are welded in a robotic environment. The vehicle was completely engineered and tooled in-house by Force Motors’ R&D team.
Best in class features of Force Traveller-26
Highest power to weight ratio in its category of 18 KW per tonne, as compared to 12 KW per tonne of other models
First LCV in India to use dual mass flywheel
Best in class efficiency; 15% more efficient than the competition
Safest drive in class with disc brakes on all wheels
Only vehicle in its class to adopt the Cathodic Electro Deposition (CED) dip painting process for the primer application, which offers highest protection against rust
Load conscious regulating valve and electronic indicators for wear and tear of brake pads are two safety highlights
Lowest floor height for easy entry and exit
Lowest center of gravity
Lowest NVH levels
Wide body interior of width 2.2 m , a wide aisle, full standing height and ample leg room.
The van is available in three variants –Standard, School bus and Deluxe – with 26 + D (Driver) seating capacity. Power steering is standard on all variants and the Deluxe comes with factory fitted AC.
Price of Traveller-26 (ex-showroom Pune)
Standard – Rs. 10.87 lakhs
School bus – Rs. 11.17 lakhs
Deluxe – Rs. 13.78 lakhs
The Force Traveller-26 will be initially made available through 27 dealerships across Maharastra and Goa.
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