Force Motors now accepts reservations for the Urbania MPV

New Delhi: In some Indian metros and tier-2 cities, order books for the recently launched Urbania van from Force Motors are open at a nominal fee of Rs. 1 Lac.

There are three different wheelbase options for the full-size van: short (3,350 mm), medium (3,615 mm), and long (4,400 mm).
The four-wheeler is underpinned by a new modular monocoque panel van platform and comes with a 2.6-litre diesel engine from Mercedes-Benz.

Force Motors, one of India's largest producers of commercial vehicles, is currently the market leader in the mini-van and full-size van categories.

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The brand new Urbania is the spiritual successor to the revered Traveler Van. The brand's 17-seat panel van model has been built completely from scratch, resulting in a vehicle with low overall NVH (noise, vibration and harshness) levels.

With a long clamshell hood, a mono-slat grille with "Urbania" badging, vertically stacked halogen headlights with C-shaped LED DRLs, bumper-mounted fog lights, and a wide air dam, the Force Urbania reflects the brand's new design philosophy obeys.

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Large doors, rectangular windows, flared wheel arches and steel wheels with attractive covers frame the van on either side.
There are rear taillamps which can be mounted vertically.

The all-new Force Urbania is powered by a 2.6-litre diesel engine from Mercedes-Benz which is mated to a 4-speed manual transmission. The maximum power output of the motor is 115 hp, and its maximum torque is 350 Nm.

The interiors of the Force Urbania feature a contemporary cabin with a car-like feel, and seating capacity ranges from 10 seats (short wheelbase) to 17 seats (long wheelbase).

The van is equipped with touchscreen infotainment system, semi-digital instrument cluster, premium fabric upholstery, manual air conditioning with multiple rear AC vents, multifunctional steering wheel, dual airbags, ABS and EBD.

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The base short wheelbase (10-seater) variant of the Force Urbania is priced in India at Rs. 28.99 lakh, and the long wheelbase (17-seater) variant is priced at Rs. 31.25 lakh (all prices, ex-showroom). The van can be reserved for a nominal fee of Rs. 1 Lac.

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