Ashok Leyland begins BS VI truck deliveries in Delhi-NCR

by Autocar Pro News Desk , 20 Jan 2020

Ashok Leyland has begun delivery of the first batch of BS VI trucks to its customers, ahead of the April 1 deadline. These trucks were delivered in Delhi-NCR region. Ashok Leyland says it has focussed on developing solutions which are relevant to the Indian conditions and customers.

The OEM says it has consistently relied on in-house R&D talent and indigenous technology for leading innovations in the CV industry. The company developed an innovative 'iGen6' technology for meeting the BS VI emission standards and this will ensure higher operating profits for customers.

Anuj Kathuria, COO, Ashok Leyland said, “We at Ashok Leyland have believed in indigenously developing innovative engine technology and after treatment solutions that suit Indian conditions.  Our new BS VI iGen6 technology developed in-house, is suited for Indian operating conditions. In addition, we are also introducing our new range of modular trucks that will deliver superior customised solutions to customers. We are excited to bring such innovations which will not only help our customers with better profitability, but, also have a positive environmental impact.”

The company says its BS VI range of trucks and buses are equipped with innovations to suit Indian conditions. They have effectively met the BS VI emission norms through a combination of proven iEGR technology and a SCR system. All this ensures that it builds upon its dependable engine platform and deliver better TCO to its customers. Ashok Leyland says its focus is to provide efficient, clean, safe, accessible, high performing and affordable value proposition to its customers.

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