Force Trax Cruiser Deluxe and Toofan Deluxe launched in India

Pune-based automobile company, Force Motors has announced the launch of two new variants of the Trax – Cruiser Deluxe and Toofan Deluxe. Apart from a few cosmetic upgrades, the Trax siblings also get added equipments and more powerful engines.


The two new variants get subtle changes to styling with a new front grill, re-designed front & rear bumpers, new set of round headlights, fresh design graphics on the side, flared wheel arches and newly styled wheel covers. Apart from these, the new models get the much-needed wide extended foot-board on the sides to ensure comfortable entry and exit for the elderly, small children and sari clad women.

As for the interiors, the Trax twins get a new dual tone upholstery and dashboard with a new instrument cluster. Apart from the front row air-conditioner, the second row also gets a roof mounted blower. Instead of manual, both variants are equipped with power steering. Both the Toofan Deluxe and Cruiser Deluxe come with ample storage space and best-in-class head room and leg room.


The Trax Cruiser Deluxe and Toofan Deluxe are powered by a 2.6-litre, 4-cylinder, BS-III-compliant diesel engine that develops 80 BHP @ 3,200 rpm and 230 Nm of torque @ 1,800-2,000 rpm. The engine is mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox. In terms of differences, the Cruiser Deluxe has been offered in two seating configuration – 10-seater (with 4WD) and 13-seater layout. Whereas the Toofan Deluxe only comes with a seating capacity of 12 (11 + driver).

Commenting on the launch, Mr. Ashutosh Khosla, President Sales & Marketing, said –

“Trax is the first fully indigenous, multi utility vehicle developed in the country. Over the past three decades it has established itself as the preferred people and goods carrier in rural & semi urban India. Force Motors has been constantly refining and updating it over the years thereby ensuring its unchallenged longevity. The latest variant which offers more comfort to its passengers’ is another step in that direction.”

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