A new people mover has been added to the Force Motors product line, and it is being marketed as Force Citiline in the MUV market. Unlike the Cruiser model of the brand, the Citiline has 10 front-facing seats. Citiline is only offered in one variant, with a distinct front fascia from the Cruiser. The vehicle costs Rs. 15,93,953 (ex-showroom).
Force Citiline gets a new front fascia with a more upscale grille. Except for the OVRMS and door handles. All unpainted pieces have been painted to give Citiline a more streamlined appearance. This MUV has front-facing seats in a 2+3+2+3 seating configuration. The second row has 60:40 split bucket seats. This allows for a simple access and exit method. As a result, access to the third and fourth rows is improved.
Citiline includes all four power windows and power steering. A separate AC mechanism for the back occupants ensures that everyone stays cool and comfortable. It also has ABS and EBD, both of which are vital safety measures to prevent skidding and ensure proper braking.
Citiline is propelled by a Mercedes-Benz FM 2.6 CR turbo diesel engine. A 5-speed transmission system ensures smooth shifting and fast acceleration. This diesel engine generates a max power of 91 horsepower and 250 Newton meters of peak torque. Citiline has front-independent double wishbone suspension and rear parabolic leaf springs.
2023 Force Citiline has a variety of features, but there are some drawbacks to be aware of. There are no alloy wheels or interior customization choices. Despite the fact that a 2-din head unit is available, the vehicle lacks speakers and steering-mounted audio controls. Citiline's features are very like those of the Cruiser MUV, which may be a detriment to certain customers.