MAN Trucks India crosses the 25,000th mark

MAN Trucks India crosses the 25,000th mark copy

MAN Trucks India rolled out the 25,001st truck from the Pithampur facility recently. Present in India since 2006, the company, a wholly owned subsidiary of MAN Truck & Bus AG, Germany, delivered the new CLA Evo range of trucks to customers at Pithampur. Launched at Bauma Conexpo 2016, the CLA Evo range builds upon the CLA range of trucks the company has been offering since 2007. Comprising of tippers, long haul and special application trucks ranging from 16-tonne to 49-tonne, the CLA Evo range of trucks are powered by MAN D-0836, turbo charged, inter-cooled common-rail engine that does between 250 and 300 hp. Equipped with a six-speed and a nine-speed transmission, the CLA Evo range is claimed to offer class leading performance, superior fuel efficiency and a low operating cost. The tippers in the range feature a planetary rear axle with hub reduction. The inter-axle and differential lock imparts superior traction. Expressed Joerg Mommertz, CMD, MAN Trucks India, “With the implementation of GST, demand for haulage trucks is expected to rise.”