HomeCar News2023 Force Citiline Launch Price Rs 15.93 L

2023 Force Citiline Launch Price Rs 15.93 L

Pune-based Force Motors is an Indian automobile manufacturer that was founded in 1958 as Bajaj Tempo Motors before changing its name in 2005. It specializes in commercial vehicles but also sells passenger vehicles such as the Trax Cruiser and Gurkha. This Citiline is a new addition for 2023, but it’s essentially a Trax Cruiser with a different fascia and all seats facing forward rather than side-facing benches like the Trax Cruiser’s 13 seats.

The boxy vehicle has “only” 10 seats and a boxy design that is reminiscent of the Mercedes G-Class, particularly the side profile. Speaking of the three-pointed star, the engine is borrowed from the German luxury brand. The term “responsibility” refers to the act of determining whether or not a person is responsible for his or her own actions. It has a five-speed manual transmission. It, too, has a ladder-frame chassis, like the G.

The Citiline is classified as an MUV (Multi-Utility Vehicle), which blurs the line between an SUV and a van. It has a double wishbone suspension in the front and a leaf spring setup in the back, which houses drum brakes. Force Motors equips a large vehicle with 15-inch wheels and 215/75 tires, despite the fact that the people-mover measures 201.5 inches (5120 millimeters) long and 71.6 inches (1818 millimeters) wide. It has a massive wheelbase of 120 in (3050 mm) and stands 80 in (2027 mm) tall.

The interior design may be stuck in the 1990s or even the decade before, but it’s extremely spacious with four rows of seats. The term “responsibility” refers to the act of determining whether or not a person is responsible for his or her own actions. Aside from air conditioning, amenities are limited, but there are power windows and central locking, as well as a folding fourth row for additional cargo capacity.

If you’re curious about the price, the 2023 Force Citiline with its unusual 2+3+2+3 layout starts around $19,000 at current exchange rates. Although it is shockingly cheap, keep in mind that it is a bare-bones vehicle with no radio or speakers. It does, however, have ABS and EBD.

Source: Force Motors

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