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Light Commercial Vehicles

Light Commercial Vehicles are credited as goods carrying vehicles from one arena to the other. The definition of light vehicles is the portable vehicle which can carry over 3.5 tonnes of mass as per Europe's Economy Dictionary.
To introduce such light commercial vehicles was first conducted by the Tata Motors, Ashok Leyland, Swaraj Mazda and Eicher. Some of the products launched by these manufacturers are:
  • Tata Motors - Model 407, Model 709, Ace (being the most popular LCV which recorded highest sales in its first year)
  • Ashok Leyland - Cargo 749 Tipper (wheelbase of 3200mm, 5 speed synchromesh gearbox, 4 cylinder diesel power engines), Cargo 759 and Stag.
  • Swaraj Mazda - Premium (wheelbase of 2815mm, 4 cylinder power engine, wide cabin), Cosmo (length of vehicle 4789 mm, dual cab, steel high deck), Truck T3500,
  • Eicher - Model 10.60 and Model 10.70 are other products of LCVs.
  • Mahindra and Mahindra - LCV buses like FJ 460 DP/4 WD, Minibus FJ 740/DSA Hiroof



With the increasing demand of LCVs, they are coming up with the accessories:
  1. Seat Covers - Seats are saved from the dust, scratches and jazzy and flashy color will decorate the inner of LCV.
  2. Tool Box - For small repairs in the emergency, this box stores the tools and equipments.
  3. Roof Racks - These are used to keep the products on the roof, but the buyer should ensure its size first.
  4. Ladders - These are available in iron-aluminium combination, they help in climbing the roof but also considers as a style statement.
  5. Luggage Straps - They are used to bind the products from falling and hold them good on the roof.



Except the sale of the products, manufacturers go for dealership networks too. Dealers provide the sagacity to the customers about the demanded LCVs like financing, range of products and brands of the LCVs. Dealer networks work a miracle for the company for the sale of vehicles.