auto news desk, Domestic car manufacturer Force Motors launched India’s first 10 seater passenger car some time ago. It has been named Force Citiline, which is an updated version of the company’s Force Trax cruiser. The company says that Cityline is a great option for long trips with family and friends. The special thing is that all the seats come with forward facing design, so that you will not feel like a taxi. The special thing is that in terms of looks, it will not look less than any offroad SUV.
here is the seating layout
The Force Cityline can seat 9 people apart from the driver. Generally 7 seater cars are of 3 rows. But 4 lines are given in Force Cityline. It can seat 2 people in the first row, 3 in the second, 2 in the third and 3 in the fourth. The starting price of this car is Rs. 16.5 lakh (ex-showroom).
size and engine
The Force Cityline is quite big in size. Its length is 5120mm, width 1818mm, height 2027mm and wheelbase 3050mm. Its ground clearance is 191mm. The front end design of this MUV might remind you of the Tata Sumo. The Cityline comes with a 2.6-litre diesel engine that produces 91 horsepower and 250 Nm of peak torque. It gets a 63.5-litre fuel tank, 5-speed manual transmission and weighs 3140 kg.
Interior & Features
It has been given many great features like powerful dual air conditioning, central locking power windows, multiple USB charging ports, rear parking sensors, bottle holders and folding-type last-row seats for luggage. Passengers can enter and exit the vehicle comfortably.