Force India follows the suit, hikes the Gurkha prices !
The new Force Gurkha, which was launched last September, gets its first price hike. The off-roader will now cost Rs 14.10 lakh, marking a steep increase of Rs 51,000. Almost all manufacturers in India have increased prices of their models in the run-up to New Year, blaming rising input costs for the same. Despite the price hike, the new Gurkha gets no updates to its mechanicals or the feature lists.
The Mahindra Thar rival still runs on a 2.6-liter diesel engine that can churn out 90HP. It has a five-speed manual gearbox, sending power to all four tires through a capable 4WD system comprising a low-range transfer case.
The new Gurkha looks modern with its LED headlamps integrated with circular DRLs, Black bumpers on the front and back, vertical LED taillamps, and the signature snorkel.
On the inside, the cabin is grey. It’s also loaded with features like four USB charging sockets, a seven-inch touch screen infotainment system, power windows, central locking, and air-conditioning.