Ashok Leyland and Tata Motors are companies that have always been in demand. Their products never fail their customers and the value of both of these companies keeps increasing. Their work is consistent and is always fulfilling the needs of their customers. But which vehicle wins when compared? Let’s see below.
Ashok Leyland Dost
This vehicle is powered by a 3 cylinder 1.5 litre CNG engine. The displacement reached is 1478 cc. The maximum power produced is 45 bhp along with a maximum torque of 105 Nm. The transmission runs manually. The clutch of this vehicle is 240 mm single dry pot plate diaphragm. The gearbox consists of 5 speeds in order to satisfy all conditions of the road. The fuel tank has a capacity of holding up to 120 litres.
Coming to the body of the Ashok Leyland Dost, a deck body has been enabled along with a chassis day cabin. The wheelbase is 2350 mm, the length is 4485 mm, the width is 1620 mm, and the height of the vehicle is 1835 mm. The gross vehicle weight is 2545 kgs and has the ability to carry a weight of 1215 kgs of payload.
The vehicle runs on power seating along with disc brakes at all sides. There are two parabolic leaf spring suspensions in the front and two in the back along with a helper.
Tata Super Ace
This Tata Ace mini-truck runs on a direct injection common rail with 4 cylinders. The displacement stretches up to 1396 cc and addition to this, the maximum power attained is 68 bhp and the maximum torque achieved is 140 Nm. the transmission in this vehicle too works manually. The clutch is of a single dry friction plate. The gearbox consists of 5 speeds as well. The fuel tank can hold up to 38 litres of fuel.
In the case of the body it can be customizable with the chassis cabin. The wheelbase is of 2380 mm, the length of the vehicle is 4340 mm, width is 1565 mm and the overall height is 1858 mm. The gross vehicle weight is 2250 kgs and the payload capacity is 1000 kgs.
The steering is done on hydraulic power steering. Disc brakes have been enabled in every corner. The rear suspension is of semi-elliptic leaf spring.
This brings us to the end of the comparison of the two great vehicles.