Ashok Leyland bags order for 1,666 buses from Tamil Nadu State Transport Undertakings
This is the single largest BSVI order received from State Transport Undertakings.
Ashok Leyland, the Indian flagship of the Hinduja Group and the country’s leading commercial vehicle manufacturer, today announced that it has bagged an order from TN STU’s (Tamil Nadu State Transport Undertakings) for 1,666 buses.
This is the single largest BSVI order received from State Transport Undertakings and will further contribute to strengthening Ashok Leyland's dominant position in the bus industry.
These buses will be specially designed to ensure outstanding passenger comfort and will be equipped with the advanced iGen6 BS VI technology, featuring a robust 147 kW (197 hp) H-series engine. This engine is expected to enhance safety, comfort, and reduce the overall cost of ownership (TCO).
Shenu Agarwal, MD and CEO, Ashok Leyland, said, "We are delighted to have received the single largest BSVI order received from Tamil Nadu State Transport Undertakings. Our ability to deliver value, coupled with our cutting-edge technology and innovative solutions, will not only help us uphold our top position in the Indian bus market, particularly with STUs, but also empower us to explore new frontiers as we work towards meeting the rapidly expanding public mobility needs of our country."
Sanjeev Kumar, President- M&HCV, Ashok Leyland, said. “We are thrilled to have received the single largest order for BS VI buses from TN STU’s with whom we have a long-standing association and decades-old relationship. With this order, we are bound to cross the prestigious milestone of over 20,000 of our buses
operating with TN STU’s. This is a testament to our buses' reliability, durability and robustness. The cost of ownership and the product experience which we deliver is the best in the industry.”
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