Take a closer look at the largest MUV in India

The force is mostly known for its gurkha. However, they do sell Trax Cruiser which is usually purchased in the commercial segment. Here, we have a detailed video of India’s largest and most affordable MUV ৷

The video was uploaded to YouTube by Auto Models. The host first shows us the engine. This is the same unit that is in charge of the Gurkhas. Thus, it is a 2.6-liter, four-cylinder diesel engine that produces 90 Ps of maximum power and 250 Nm of peak torque. It is only combined with a 5-speed manual transmission. The host says that the bonnet of the Trax Cruiser is quite heavy. The bottom of the bonnet also has insulation that reduces the noise of the diesel clutter from entering the cabin. However, it doesn’t really do a good job because there is a lot of vibration and diesel clutter that is still frozen in the cabin.

The Force Tracks Cruiser looks like a basic SUV. So, it has boxy and straight lines. There are square shaped halogen headlamps with turn indicators. The grille is quite large and square, with a reflecting strip on the side of the force badge and under the headlamp. There is foglamp housing but foglamps are missing. However, you can get fog lamps because they are optional.

Force Cruiser: Take a closer look at India's largest MUV

The wheelbase of the Trax Cruiser is a huge 3,050 mm. It is 5,120 mm long, 1,818 mm wide and 2,027 mm high. Its ground clearance is 160 mm or 191 mm. The Trax Cruiser weighs 3.1 tons. It has a 63.5 liter fuel tank. The list of features includes power windows, power steering, central locking, air conditioner, etc.

MUV comes with a regular key. Force offers a total of three keys, with no central locking in the offer. There are steel rims on the side along with 215/75 R15 measuring tires. There are also side steps that help with entry and exit. What helps, even more, are the grab handles mounted on the A and B columns. There is also body cladding that covers the entire length of the SUV. There are black exterior rearview mirrors that you need to adjust from the outside. At the back, there are vertically stacked tail lamps, four parking sensors, a reflector strip and an extra tire mount. The tailgate opens to the side so that the rear occupants can climb inside using their own footprints.

Then the host climbs into the interior and it is quite basic. Host says there is enough under-Thai support but in the second row, there is limited legroom. He then gets two seats in the third row which you can access by opening the tailgate. In the D-Pillar, there is a grab handle fitted which makes it easy to get inside. The third row is side mounted which is not really safe in case of accident. The third row can seat four but has limited legroom.

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