Ashok Leyland, the flagship company of the Hinduja Group and India's top manufacturer of commercial vehicles, became the first Indian OEM (original equipment manufacturer) to offer tractors with 41.5T and 43.5T GCW in two-axle configuration.
Commercial vehicle Ashok Leyland introduced two new 4x2 tractors, the AVTR 4220 with 41.5T GCW and the AVTR 4420 with 43.5T GCW.
According to the company's press release, with this launch, Ashok Leyland became the first original equipment manufacturer in India to provide tractors with 41.5T and 43.5T GCW in two-axle configurations.
According to Sanjeev Kumar, Head of MHCV, the modular platform of Ashok Leyland produces products specifically built to meet the needs of each consumer.
"The high GCW of AVTR 4220 and 4420 tractor trailers permits customers to carry denser loads, thus delivering superior fuel efficiency and better TCO advantage. The launch of these new AVTR models is another testimony of our philosophy of 'Aapki Jeet – Hamari Jeet'. We will continue our journey of innovation with new models to meet the emerging demands of our customers," Kumar added to the statement.
The tractor trailers have an i-Gen 6 6-cylinder engine that has improved fluid efficiency and less DEF consumption. Both models offer 41.5T and 43.5T GCW choices with appropriate 2 axle trailers. In addition, the business provides three cabin options: cowl, M Cabin, U Cabin, and N Cabin, and claims that they are optimised for Indian operating conditions (Sleeper Cabin).
Let's glance over the new features of this new truck range:
- H6 Engine – 6-cylinder engine with i-Gen6 technology
- Higher fluid efficiency and lower DEF consumption.
- GCW options of 41.5T and 43.5T with suitable 2 axle trailer.
- Cabin Options – Cowl, M Cabin, U Cabin and N Cabin (Sleeper Cabins)
- Specially optimised for Indian operating conditions
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