New Force Trax Cruiser Deluxe showcased at Prawaas 2017
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The new Force Trax Cruiser Deluxe was showcased at the Prawaas 2017 auto show last month. Aimed mainly at small towns and rural areas, the rugged UV from Force Motors can be had in multiple seating configurations.
The nose of the Force Trax features black plastic cladding that houses the circular headlamps and turn indicators along with a reflective white element placed under the headlamps to mimic LED DRLs. The side profile reveals heavy plastic cladding around the wheel arches and body graphics along with ‘Cruiser Deluxe’ badging. At the back, there are the utilitarian looking bumper mounted tail lamps and a wheel cover. The show car also features a thick metal bull bar with white and yellow reflective film.
The cabin of the new Force Trax Cruiser Deluxe offers three seating configurations – 9+D, 12+D and 13+D. It is finished in a combination of black and beige and features two front facing rows followed by jump seats. There is a very basic instrument console on offer with a speedometer, fuel gauge and temperature gauge. Force offers the Trax Cruiser Deluxe with air conditioning vents for the second row as well, power steering and magazine and bottle holders behind the first row seat.
Under the hood, there is a BS IV compliant 2,596 cc FM 2.6 CR diesel engine that make 85 hp @ 3,200 rpm and 230 Nm @ 1,400-2,400 rpm. A 5-speed manual gearbox handles transmission duties. The UV is equipped with ABS with EBD, however, there are no airbags on offer.
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[source – Autos Arena]