2019 is set to see some massive additions in the Commercial Vehicle segments. The industry’s major players are poised to bring some dynamic models, and we cannot wait for them to hit the market. Here is our pick of the Top 4 Upcoming Commercial Vehicles in India 2019
1. Mahindra Furio
The Mahindra Furio range has been under development since 2014, with close to 500 engineers working on it. The truck boasts of a mDi Tech diesel engine. The maximum power by the engine is recorded to be 138 bhp at 2400 rpm, and maximum torque as 500 Nm. Another powerful thing about this range is the FuelSmart technology that it entails in order to exercise fuel consumption optimisation. A great Upcoming Commercial Vehicle to look out for in 2019.
2. Eicher Pro 8031XM
This middleweight tipper by Eicher Motors is a good model being introduced in the commercial vehicle segment. It has a tiltable sleeper cabin, along with hydraulic power steering and an integrated telematics system. The braking efficiency is enhanced with the help of air brakes. The truck derives its power from a 7.7 litre engine that churns out 330 bhp power, along with 1200 Nm maximum torque.
3. Tata Ultra 1014
The Tata Ultra 1014 is a model quite akin to the Ultra 1012. The engine furnished in the truck has a maximum power of 136.1 bhp at 3000 rpm, along with a maximum torque of 360 Nm at 1400 rpm. It comes with air brakes embedded to aid in its stopping capabilities. The suspension of the truck comes with parabolic leaf spring in the front, and semi elliptical in the rear. This model has a 6 speed manual gearbox.
4. Tata Signa 4018.S
Tata Motors brings another great model in the commercial vehicle segment, the Signa 4018.S. The truck has an impressive 34,230 kgs of payload capacity. It has air brakes to support its braking facilities, along with the benefit of anti-lock braking system. Signa 4018.S comes with a 6 cylinder, 5.9 litre engine, that doles out the maximum power of 180 bhp at 2500 rpm, along with maximum torque of 700 Nm at 1500 rpm.
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