2021 New generation Force Gurkha launched in the domestic market priced from Rs 13.59 lakh ex-showroom.
- 2021 Force Gurkha launched in India at Rs 13.59 lakh
- It gets a 4x4x4 badging on its exterior looks amazing
- Powering the Force Gurkha, it uses 2.6 Litre oil burner coupled with 5-speed MT
Force has unveiled its new generation Gurkha just few days ago with its official launch today. Force has finally launched FY2021 Gurkha in the Indian market at Rs 13.59 lakh ex-showroom with amazing looks and new added features. The bookings for the Gurkha have been started at nearest dealerships with a token amount of Rs 25,000. While, the deliveries will be starting from Mid-next month onwards. Comparing to the outgoing model or its predecessor in India it gets noticeable updates and changes to its exterior and interior as well.
Talking about the exterior updates it includes modern styling elements and can be named as Mini G-Wagon from its front apron. It features a newly design grille, heavily updated bumpers in front and rear, new lightning clusters, larger rear windshield, massive size of windows, 4x4x4 badging on side and rear fender and so on. The upright proposition and off-roader appeal with its looks. While, on the inside it features brand new dashboard, an updated infotainment system, front facing second row captain seats with massive leg room and head room etc.
While, 2021 Force Gurkha comes powered with a 2.6 Litre four-cylinder oil burner. The engine is capable of generating 91 HP of maximum power and 250 Nm of peak torque. The powertrain comes paired with 5-speed manual transmission gearbox system. That being said, the production version of Gurkha has received a notable change to its concept version showcased back in 2020 Auto Expo. The interior gets a dual tone theme dark grey in its production version. The new force Gurkha build on a new architecture meeting the latest crash safety test and engine featuring a BS6 latest norms. The powertrain linked with a 4×4 configuration with low range and manual locking differential at the front and rear end. It gets 700 mm wading depth as compared to its direct competition Thar has 50 mm more water wading depth.