Have a look at the comparison between the two best selling commercial vehicles in the market: Ashok Leyland A1 Boss 1413 vs. Tata Ultra 1518.
A relatively inexpensive variant in the light-truck segment, the TATA Ultra 1518 5L is a long haul goods carriage truck with extraordinary power and freightage transporting capacity. The focused designed parameters of the TATA Ultra 1518 T5L model make it ideal for a wide array of applications.
The Ashok Leyland A1 Boss 1413 is aimed at creating the ultimate ICV. The Boss 1413 is specially designed for high payloads of 9 tonnes and above. With loading span of up to 24 feet, it is the ideal fit for applications like packaged goods, parcel services and e-commerce.
|Ashok Leyland A1 Boss 1413||Tata Ultra 1518 T|
|Engine||H series 4 cylinder CRS||5 Ltr New Gen Turbotronn|
|Max Power||130 HP @ 2400 rpm||132Kw (180 hp) @ 2400 rpm|
|Max Torque||450 Nm @ 1250-2000 rpm||590Nm @ 1000-2000rpm|
|Clutch||330 mm dia single plate dry type – hydraulic actuation and clutch booster||Single Plate Dry Friction Type, 352 mm|
|Fuel Tank (Litres)||208||160|
|Suspension||Front: Parabolic springs
Rear: Semi-elliptical multileaf springs
|Front: Parabolic Leaf Spring
Rear: Semi-Elliptical with Parabolic Aux Leaf Spring
|Brakes||Full air, dual line, S-cam brakes with ABS||Dual Circuit full Air S CAM Brake with ABS|
|Battery||2 x 12V / 75Ah||24 V – 150 Ah|
|Steering||Hydraulic power steering system||Integrated Hydraulic Power Steering ( Tilt & Telescopic)|
After reviewing the specifications, which out of the two will you choose?