Indian Truck Sales and Product Data

Publish Date : April, 2020

ACG released the latest Indian Truck Sales and Product Data. The data is available from 2T to more than 49T. Mini Truck, Light Duty Truck, Medium Duty truck, Heavy Duty Truck, Tipper, Rigid Haulage, Tractor Trailer, ODC, Special Application Vehicle.

Key features of the data:

  • From 2012 to 2019 and Forecast
  • Brand – Tata Motors, Ashok Leyland, Mahindra, Eicher, Force, Maruti Suzuki. Scania, BharatBenz, SML Isuzu, Piaggio, Isuzu, Volvo Truck, Volvo Bus, (MAN, Kamaz, and AMW Trucks) etc
  • Product Series
  • Type
  • Model
  • Variants
  • Price
  • Discount
  • Driveline
  • Product platform
  • Brand Name
  • Manufacture Name
  • Technology note
  • Key customer group
  • Target types of fleet owners
  • Best and worst features of the product
  • Product Life cycle
  • Axle configuration
  • No of tires
  • GVW/GCW
  • Payload Kerb weight (Kg)
  • Loading Span (ft)
  • Tipper Body Type/Capacity
  • Make
  • Engine Max Power(hp)
  • Engine Capacity (cc)
  • Engine Capacity (Litre)
  • Cabin/Cowl type
  • Max Gradeability/With Crawler % Max Speed (Kmph)
  • Dia (mm) & Type Gear Box ( Transmission)
  • Type
  • Rear Axle type
  • Front Axle type
  • Type/Shock absorber
  • Steering
  • Size
  • Type
  • Brake
  • Overall length
  • Rear Overhang
  • Front overhang
  • Wheelbase
  • Width
  • Max Height
  • Electrical Equipment
  • Min ground clearance
  • Turning radius
  • Standard/Extended Warranty
  • Service Standard
  • Applications
  • Product features
  • Summary Advantages

This Data is the backbone for all stakeholders of the Indian Truck or Commercial Vehicle Industry. It helps to create and Optimize Truck Product portfolio, Pricing Strategy, and offers, To know the Market gap, Premium, Budget, and Low truck segment, Competitor Analysis, How products specs and features upgraded with timeline.

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