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Ex-Showroom Price

Rs. 11,70,000
* Delhi. May vary.

VEHICLE SUMMARY

Name:Force One SUV
Model:SX 7-seater
Car Body Type:SUV
Segment:D Segment
Top Speed:160
Fuel Consumption:
Highway
11.60 kmpl.
Fuel Consumption:
City
9.00 kmpl.
Warranty:3 Year/100000 kms

VERDICT

FORFeatures
Powerful Engine
Looks
AGAINSTBrand name
Doubtful build quality

OUR RATINGS

Appearance:
Comfort:
Features:
Performance:
Value for money:

ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS

Displacement:2149cc, CRDi
Engine Type:Diesel
Maximum Power:141 Bhp @ 3800 rpm
Maximum Torque:321 Nm @ 1600 rpm

DIMENSIONS

Length:4860 mm
Width:1780 mm
Height:1885 mm

OTHER SPECIFICATIONS

Seating Capacity:7
Tyre Size:235/70 R16
Suspension:Independent Suspension, multi-link with pan rod
Turning Circle:12.00 mtrs.
Steering:Power
Brakes:Front Disk, Rear Drum
Gears:5 Manual
Ground Clearance:205.00 mm
Kerb Weight:1860.00 kgs.
Fuel Tank:70.00
Body Color Bumpers:
Tachometer:
Alloys:
ORVM Indicator:
Xenon Headlamps:
Trip Meter:2
Headlamp Washer:

ACTIVE AND PASSIVE SAFETY

Airbag:
Parking Sensors:
Fog Lamp:
Traction Control:
EBD:
ABS:
ESP:

COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE

AC:AC
without Climate Control
Power Windows:
Central Locking:Remote
Remote Boot:
Remote Fuel Filler:
Rear Wiper:
Rear Defogger:
Rear Armrest:With Cup Holder
Streeing Adjustment
(Rake/Reach):
/
Driver Seat Adjustment:Manual
Music System:JVC 2 DIN MP3
Leather Seats:
Door Mirror:Both Side Electric
Tinted Glass:
Rear AC Vent:
Folding Rear Seats:
Sun Roof:
Buttons/Controls
on Steering:


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Monday, November 11, 2013

Overview

Gone are the days when the MUVs like the Trax, Judo and Gama were as trendy as its contemporaries – the Sumo, Armada, MM Commander, etc. That was the time when they commanded our roads as private vehicles, regime vehicles and as commercial MUVs too. Even now the mini-bus Traveller, being the only monocoque bus in the India, sells like hot cakes. The legacy started when Force Motors, a Pune-based auto maker, ventured to offer some light weight commercial vehicles in late 1950s. The company also associated with Daimler AG, Bosch, Man Trucks, etc. And few years back the personal vehicle division of Force Motors came up with an SUV idea which led to the conception of the Force One.

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