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201311 Jul

Force-One

 

According to key sources, autojunction.in has learned that the company is soon going to launch three new variants of their Force One SUV which will take the total count to 5 trims.

 

One among the three will be an entry-level base trim which will come with standard factory fitted features like AC and power steering, but not much else and will be priced around Rs 9 lakh (ex-showroom Kolkata) which is almost Rs 3 lakh cheaper than the present model, which is quite comprehensively equipped. This base version of the Force One is expected to compete with the likes of the Tata Safari DiCOR EX.

 

The second new variant is one which will come equipped with the ABS, a feature presently missing from the safety list of the Force One SUV.  And the third soon-to-be-launched trim will be a fully loaded 4-wheel drive variant, which is also likely to have a low-range transfer box. The Force One 4X4 is expected to cost approximately Rs 13.5 lakh, ex-showroom.

 

With the launch of these three new trims, Force Motors hopes to provide the customers with a wider variety of choice spread across a wider price band which might help the company to improve the numbers.

 

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