BS-IV Variants of Eicher Polaris Multix Launched
Published On Mar 05, 2017
Eicher Polaris (EPPL) has launched BS-IV variants of the Multix utllity vehicle in India. The collaboration between the two has also said that all the vehicles offered under the EPPL tag are fully compliant with BS-IV emission norms. The new emission norms are scheduled to be implemented from April 01, 2017 in the country.
BS-III variants of Eicher Polaris Multix, starting August 30, 2015, were launched in 30 different Indian markets. Multix is one of its kind vehicle in the country. Presently, it is available for buying in 13 different states, covering over 70 markets. The first Multix was launched in Kukas, Jaipur in the month of June 2015.
Pankaj Dubey, CEO, Eicher Polaris, speaking about BS-IV commercial vehicles, said, “Manufacturing vehicles that follow emission norms are a critical regulatory requirement and it is only prudent for all of us to catch-up with the trends and make suitable products for our customers. Multix represents our perceptiveness in understanding consumer requirements and keen interest in offering a solution that works for all. Roll-out of BS IV variants in advance is something that justifies our vision and mission for the future.”
Multix is a five seater multi utility vehicle that can accommodate people and luggage at the same time. Eicher Polaris offers the vehicle with an ability to adapt and make 1918 liters of storage space within minutes. The vehicle is apt for people, looking for a four-wheeler that can play multiple roles, as a family vehicle and a load transporter.
EPPL Multix comes fitted with a Pro-Ride independent suspension system which promises comfortable rides on all kinds of roads. A high ground clearance of 170 mm makes it a tough contender for applications in rural India as well.
Eicher Polaris claims a mileage of 28.45 kmpl with the Multix. It is powered by diesel and is available in MX and AX+ variants. EPPL plans to extend its BS-IV complaint Multix variants dealership network to over 150 towns by Q3 of 2017.