Ashok Leyland Stile MPV has been caught testing in Chennai. Show cased at the 2012 Auto Expo the Stile is based on the Nissan Evalia platform. The two MPVs based on the same platform will cater to different target audience. Nissan will target the personnel segment with the Evalia while the Stile MPV will cater to the commercial vehicle segment and target users such as fleet operators, taxi service, courier companies, panel vans and ambulance.
The Stile will be launched with diesel and CNG fuel options. The Stile will could be built at Nissan’s factory in Chennai or may use Ashok Leyland’s new facility for light commercial vehicles.
The Stile will be the second product under the Ashok Leyland Nissan joint venture and more products are expected to be launched in the future which includes light commercial vehicles like the Panther LCV.
Key highlights of the Stile MPV
- Common Rail diesel engine with low NVH and high fuel efficiency
- Duel fuel compatible CNG + Petrol which offers extended range and low emmisions
- Monocoque body construction: stable ride quality with more comfort and higher fuel efficiency
- Superior ergonomics
- Low floor allows easy ingress & egress
- Sliding doors on both sides allow for easy access in tight parking spaces
- Dash mounted gear lever
- Wide seating options
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