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The MiTR is the first product in its segment to be equipped with parabolic leaf-spring suspension.
The minibus will compete against well established rivals like the Eicher Starline, Skyline, Tata Starbus and Force Traveller-26.
With better ride quality, fuel efficiency and comfort, the bus can be used by BPOs and call centres as well as for staff transport and as a school bus.
Mitra is a new age bus with class-leading fuel efficiency and comfort.
Both the LCVs will be manufactured at the company's Hosur facility and will be available through 330 outlets across the country.
MiTR is powered by an advanced ZD30 Common Rail diesel engine that ensures superior fuel-efficiency and better turnaround time.
With the heavy and medium commercial vehicle sales plummeting, it makes sense for Ashok Leyland to focus on the LCV segment.
MiTR is the latest offering from the Ashok Leyland-Nissan Joint Venture.
The Ashok Leyland MiTR is a minibus with seating capacity of 26+1+1. Targeting the staff and school bus segment, the MiTR is characterized by low slung headlamps and a large front windshield.
It hosts features like power steering with tiltable adjustment and cable-operated gear shifter for superior driver comfort.