Piaggio Vehicles Launches the Ape HT Range
News Desk, News Nation 360 : Piaggio Vehicles Pvt Ltd (PVPL), a 100% subsidiary of the Italian Piaggio Group and India’s leading manufacturer of small commercial vehicles today launched the first of its kind 300cc powered vehicles called the Ape’ HT Range in both Petrol and CNG fuel options. The new launches are available in both the cargo and passenger segments. The Ape’ HT range has the new 300cc water-cooled engine at its heart. This HT engine is developed by Piaggio indigenously to cater to and deliver the High-Tech experience of Alternate fuel engines to its customers who need more power and torque from their CNG and Petrol products. It provides an extremely comfortable driving experience with low noise and vibration, making it the next generation of urban Indian mobility solutions. Ape’ HT range is designed to give maximum load-ability with higher power & Torque. The range provides a smooth ride with lower noise & vibration levels due to its FI smart engine. Speaking on the occasion,
Diego Graffi, Chairman & MD, Piaggio India Pvt. Ltd. said that at Piaggio, they believe in providing path-breaking solutions in the last mile transportation segment with best in class technology offerings to their customers. The new 300cc engine is developed in India with technical support from Piaggio Italy. The engine is being manufactured in India in a new state of the art of assembly line. This product is a result of a robust new product development process that they follow at Piaggio based on consumer insights at the conceptualization stage. The vehicles are equipped with a new aluminium clutch which offers a comfortable driving experience and a long life of 30,000 KM. The cargo range is available in 3 variants with 5.0 ft, 5.5 ft and 6.0 ft deck length options for varied load requirements and usages. Ape’ HT range comes with a class-leading warranty of 5 years/1.5 lac km (whichever is earlier) in the Petrol cargo and 36 months/1 lac km (whichever is earlier) in the CNG passenger and cargo variants.
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Report : Anustup Kundu