Eicher Trucks & Buses (A business area of VECV) has introduced its most recent bus offering when it handed over the first lot of 10 Rear Engine Semi Low Floor (RESLF) city buses to Gujarat State Road Transport Corporation.
The keys of the vehicles were delivered by G. Sekar, Senior Vice President (Sales & Marketing), Eicher Trucks & Buses to the Minister for Finance & Transport, Government of Gujarat, Vajubhai Vala at a grand function organised at the GSRTC depot in Gandhi Nagar
“We are thankful to the Gujarat State Government, especially the management of GSRTC for reposing confidence in us and giving us the opportunity to partner in the growth of the state’s infrastructure,” said Sekar.
These modern city buses have a rear engine and a low floor height which makes the ride more comfortable for the commuters. Low floor buses, either with a one or two step entry, makes them comfortable to board and alight. It reduces stop time and makes travel quicker.
It was in the 2010 Auto Expo, that Eicher showcased the first proto-type of its RESLF city cus designed and developed in conformance to the JnNURM guidelines as stipulated by the Ministry of Urban Development. The order of 20 Nos. from GSRTC that is under execution heralds the advent of Eicher in the city bus segment.
He added that this event should be seen as a testimony to Eicher’s success and increasing focus in the medium and heavy duty bus space. Earlier this year, Eicher had launched the upgraded version of its front engine heavy duty buses, Eicher 20.15, across the country and the launch of this product also started from Surat on May 23, 2011.
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