Force Motors launches Traveller-26

GK NEWS NETWORK

Srinagar Oct 24: Pune-based automotive major, Force Motors has launched the world’s only 26-seater Monocoque Panel Van. The Traveller-26 is loaded with several path breaking and novel features offered for the first time in mid size bus (20 – 30 seats) segment, the company in a statement said.  
 Giving details, it said the Traveller-26 is powered by the 129Ps / 295 Nm, Common Rail engine made under license from Daimler AG., Germany. “It boasts of the highest power to weight ratio in its category of 18 kW per tonne as compared to 12kW per tonne of comparable models.”
 Dual Mass Fly Wheel Technology has been used for the first time on an LCV in India – this absorbs low end vibrations and ensures smooth ride even at low speeds.
 The advanced 5 speed synchromesh gearbox, offers low friction and smooth transmission.
 The special clutch lining is designed for frequent start-stop operations common in short distance bus operations.
 Traveller 26 offers best in class fuel efficiency, it is 15% more fuel efficient than comparable models.

Lastupdate on : Wed, 24 Oct 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Wed, 24 Oct 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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