2020 Force Trax Cruiser BS6 Model Unveiled At Auto Expo 2020

by Jatin Chhibber | 11/02/2020
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The new 2020 Force Trax Cruiser BS6 model has been revealed at the Auto Expo. The rugged MUV will continue to aim the rural markets along with commercial operators.

The 2020 Force Trax Cruiser BS6 model has been revealed at the Auto Expo 2020. With the generation change, the rugged people-mover will continue to aim at the rural markets along with commercial operators. The all-new Multi Utility Vehicle (MUV) has no direct rival in the market at the moment. With the recent update, the Trax now employs an all-new front fascia that features a set of smoked rectangular headlight cluster and a huge blacked-out grille along with horizontal slats. As compared to its predecessor, the addition of all-new elements has given the Trax Cruiser a more private vehicle look. 

Force Trax Cruiser still retains its boxy design language, but it now gets revised lines and creases along with body decals. The blacked-out wheel arches and footboard enhance the rugged appeal of the car. The bumper-mounted taillamps is now replaced by bigger vertical units at the rear. Moreover, the three-part windshield at the back is now offered as a connected unit. 

On the inside, the 2020 BS-VI Force Trax offers a new dashboard, which gives a more premium feel as compared to the outgoing model. The interior of the car employs a dual-tone theme, an all-new semi-digital instrument cluster, which comprises of a tachometer on the left and a speedometer on the right along with a Blue-lit MID in the middle. The passenger mover employs features like air-conditioner, where the passenger seats are equipped with roof-mounted vents, power window, where the switches are placed on the centre console and dual-tone upholstery.

Front look of the Trax Cruiser

The all-new Force vehicle has no direct rival in the market at the moment

The 2020 Force Trax Cruiser is powered by a 2.6-litre, four-cylinder, oil-burner that produces 90bhp of power (23bhp more than its predecessor). The transmission duties are handled by a 5-speed manual transmission. The braking system comprises of disc brakes at the front and drum brakes at the back. It also gets independent suspension up front and a rigid-axle rear suspension at the rear. One can expect the all-new 2020 Force Cruiser to go on sale into the Indian market by Aprile 2020.    

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