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Ashok Leyland today unveiled a tipper version of the Dost LCV, a school bus version of the recently launched MiTR and an industry-first curtain slider on the Partner ICV at the ongoing Auto Expo.

Apart from the above, the Chennai-based company also showcased its entire range of next-generation LCVs and ICVs in the form of the Stile, Boss and Captain tipper truck.

Stile customised version

Ashok Leyland customised Stile captain seats live

The customised Stile uses the same powertrain as the regular Stile, features dual airconditioning and two captain seats fitted between where the second and the third rows usually are, giving both ample leg room and luggage space for two passengers.

Dost Tipper

The Dost gets a tipper attached to the standard vehicle, making it a Ready-to-Use Vehicle (RUV) that allows for light-load applications like waste disposal.

Ashok Leyland Dost tipper hydraulic lift arm live

It features a remote control tipper mechanism and power steering, with other applications like a refrigerated container, cash and service van and ambulance also possible.

Partner curtain slider

Ashok Leyland Partner curtain slider front three quarter live

The curtain slider on the recently launched Partner LCV, an industry first, helps to improve operational efficiency, making it suitable in applications like parcel goods, durables, perishables, etc.

MiTR school bus

The school bus version of the recently launched MiTR mini-bus is a 26+1+1 seater that features parabolic suspension at both ends. It also gets a low step-in height, hat rack, storage space below and a guarded driver cabin.

Ashok Leyland MiTR school bus front three quarter live

The MiTR also has two emergency exit doors, brake boosters and load conscious regulating valve. It adheres to all bus body code guidelines of all state governments. It is powered by the Nissan ZD30 engine that develops 118 hp.

Ashok Leyland LCV range – Image Gallery

Ashok Leyland at Auto Expo – Press Release

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  • Gokulraj GK

    i don’t get it… Why do they have rear parcel trays in the second row when there is no seats behind…

  • apn r

    hi karthik is the first photo in the article of 3rd row?

    • http://indianautosblog.com Anjan Ravi

      Hi, this version of the Stile showcased has only 2 rows. The second row of seats have been moved back by a few inches.

      • apn r

        Thanks for the reply Anjan.