Force Motors finally revealed the pricing of its new generation Force Gurkha which was first showcased during the Auto Expo 2020. New Force Gurkha prices revealed. The new Force Gurkha is an all-new model with an updated chassis and more.
Force Motors announced the pricing of the all-new Force Gurkha via a tweet from its official Twitter handle. According to the tweet, the all-new Force Gurkha pricing starts from Rs 13,59,000 (ex-showroom, India), and the booking amount is set at Rs 25,000.
The all-new Force Gurkha sports a new front and rear bumper, a new grille with the ‘Gurkha’ logo instead of the company logo, new LED headlights, headlight surrounds, new taillights, new body panels, a new windscreen, and many more.
The new Gurkha is completely revamped with new body panels all around. Take a closer look, and it is easy to note that the new Gurkha is also longer, wider and taller than the older model. Moving inside, the all-new Force Gurkha sports a completely new interior with four captain seats. Though the interiors are an improvement over its predecessor.
The all-new Force Gurkha also comes with features such as a 7-inch infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a part digital instrument console with an analogue speedometer and a tachometer.
The all-new Force Gurkha also comes with a tilt and telescopic steering wheel, power windows, central locking, manual air-conditioning, individual armrest, speed-sensing door locks, follow me home headlights and a few more. On the safety front, the all-new Force Gurkha comes with dual airbags, ABS with EBD, rear parking sensors, TPMS (Tyre Pressure Monitoring Systems), speed alert, one-touch lane change indicator, and a few more.
Powering the all-new Force Gurkha is a tried-and-tested 2.6-litre Mercedes-derived common rail, direct-injection, turbocharged diesel engine. This engine is now BS6 compliant and produces 91 bhp and 250Nm of torque. As standard, the all-new Force Gurkha comes with a 5-speed manual transmission with a hydraulically activated clutch booster for smooth gear changes. There is also a robust four-wheel-drive system with locking differential.