Truck and Bus Division (MTBD), a part of the Mahindra Group, unveiled Mahindra
Cruzio, a brand-new range of buses based on its latest Intermediate Commercial
Vehicles (ICV) platform. Aimed at the employee transport segment, the Cruzio
marks the company’s debut in the popular Last wagen Pullman Overhang (LPO)
segment of buses which is gaining momentum as it offers an enhanced consumer
the safety perspective, the Cruzio meets the Rollover Test norms as per AIS031
and the BUS Body code as per AIS 052. It is also compliant with the latest
regulatory requirements of AIS 153, which has stringent noise and vibration
standards. Cruzio offers enhanced visibility in both day and night and bigger
brakes for efficient braking performance with short stopping distances. It has
the highest ground clearance in the category to avoid damage to bumpers.
also offers best-in-class seat width with seats that are contoured and
ergonomically designed to provide full back support. A broad gangway and
improved parabolic suspension lead to best-in-class ride comfort. Cruzio’s
engine is equipped with the patented Mahindra FuelSmart Technology to optimise
fuel consumption. The highlight of this technology is the multimode switches,
which help optimise fuel consumption and engine power availability as per load
and road conditions. This ensures higher savings in fuel expenses and greater
profitability. Cruzio is also equipped with an Intelligent Driver Information
System (DIS) for easy driving with all the useful information available on the
instrument cluster to help improve driver productivity and safety.
truck will be manufactured at Mahindra’s Zaheerabad manufacturing facility in
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