Force Traveller-26, World's largest Moncoque Van Launched at Rs 10.87 lakh
The Indian auto manufacturer, Force Motors has today launched the all new Traveller-26, which has been said to be the world's largest monocque van today at Rs 10.87 lakh. The similar vehicle was showcased at this year's Indian Auto Expo. Housing a common rail diesel mill sourced from Dailmer AG, the all new Traveller 26 churns out the maximum of 127bhp and 295Nm of torque.
Made up of high strength pressed steel body, Force Traveller-26's body has been designed, developed and tolled in-house by Force Motors R&D. It is the very first LCV in India to use mass flywheel and has got the best-in-class power to weight ratio. It also is the only vehicle from its segment to have used the Cathodic Electro Deposition (CED) dip painting process for Primer that helps to offer the great protection from rust.
The other features include the disc brakes on all wheels, load conscious regulating valve, electronic indicators for wear and tear and various other top notch comfort and safety feature. Having the seating capacity for 26 passengers, the all new Traveller-26 has been offered in three variants; Standard, School bus and Deluxe priced at Rs 10.87 lakh, 11.17 lakh and 13.78 lakh respectively. The vehicle will initially be sold via 27 dealerships of the company in Maharashtra and Goa states.