New Force Gurkha BS6: 5 strengths

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Force offers a wide range of customization options for the new Gurkha 4×4 SUV

Force Gurkha has been one of the few hardcore off-road SUVs you can buy in India right now. Last year we saw the arrival of the new Bharat Stage 6 or BS6 compliant version of the SUV, which was first shown at Auto Expo 2020. Along with the visual changes, the new Gurkha came with a new cabin, better creature comforts, and improved off-road capabilities. Force also offers a wide range of customization options for the new Gurkha. So, if you’re considering getting one, here are 5 key things you need to know.

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1. The new Force Gurkha looks like more than a utility vehicle. It now gets a new unique slat grille with Gurkha branding, Pro Edge LED headlights with integrated DRLs which are a first in the segment, LED indicators, new snorkel, new “Shark Gill” design on the fender , a larger rear windscreen, newly designed side mirrors with Khukri engraving, new black plastic cladding, rear door-mounted spare wheel and LED taillights, among others.

Read also : 2021 Gurkha Strength Review

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2. The Force Gurkha’s cabin is finished in Midnight Black with Dark Gray themed upholstery. It also comes with a new shifter and 4X4 lever, molded floor mats, panoramic side windows, captain’s chairs, rear passenger armrest. There’s a new Kenwood-sourced 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity and navigation with true mirroring via USB.

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3. In terms of safety, it comes with features like dual airbags, ABS with EBD, rear parking sensor, cornering light, one-touch lane change indicator, monitoring system tire pressure and follow me home and drive me to vehicle headlights among other things.

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4. Under the bonnet, the new Force Gurkha gets a Mercedes-Benz BS6-compliant 2.6-litre four-cylinder diesel engine that develops 91bhp at 3,200rpm and 250Nm of peak torque at 1,400- 2400 rpm.

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5. Transmission options include a five-speed Mercedes G-28 manual gearbox paired with standard four-wheel drive (4WD). The new Force Gurkha has a lean angle of 35 degrees while the fording capability is rated at 700mm.

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