LEH, MAY 13: Force Motors, a Pune-based company launched Trax Kargo King Star Pickup, during a function organized by M/s NH-1 Ladakk Force, Leh.
ARTO Leh, Khadim Hussain was the Chief Guest on the occasion.
The new Trax Kargo King Star is powered by 2.0 litre BS4 compliant Common Rail Turbo Inter Cooled FM 2.0CR Engine offering excellent fuel efficiency. It boasts maintenance costs on account of the extremely reliable and durable Mercedes derived power train.
Kargo King Star with 1250 kg payload capability and a large 2.4m x 1.6m (8.01 ft x 5.3 ft) flat deck ensures that one can take both voluminous and heavy cargo with ease. Kargo King Star offers unmatched safety and sure stop braking with twin pot, 4 piston caliper disc brakes in the front and drum brakes with load sensing valve (LSV) in the rear.
The vehicle has the ideal pickup for last mile transportation for ferrying fruits and vegetables, consumer durables, water bottles, milk & egg crates, gas cylinders etc. It would be available in four variants including Fixed side deck, Cabin with Chassis, Dual cabin pickup and Delivery Van to suit the varying types of requirements in the market. The high side deck variant will also be soon offered in New Trax Kargo King Star. Force Motors is the only manufacturer to offer Factory Built High side deck pick up in the Industry. Going forward, Kargo King Star will also be offered in CNG variant.
The Kargo King Star is also the smartest and most robust looking pick up with new generation graphics and muscular faring. The cabin of vehicle is the most spacious in its category that can comfortably accommodate 2 persons including the driver.
Speaking on the occasion, Naveen Verma, North Head-Sales, Force Motors said, the new Trax Kargo King Star is the first of new generation products in the cargo category. This new pickup with its outstanding fuel efficiency and least operating and maintenance cost would ensure highest profitability to the operators.
Prashant Mohan, Business Manager – Cargo Sales, Force Motors, was also present. Mohd Anwar, Managing Director of M/s NH-1 Ladakh Force, Leh presented vote of thanks.