The soon-to-be launched 4WD model is called the LX and comes with all features available in the previous top-end 2WD trim such as daytime running lamps, rear parking sensors, wing mirrors with integrated turn indicators, 16-inch alloys with all terrain tyres, 2DIN audio system with Bluetooth and steering mounted controls, leather seats, ABS and EBD, remote keyless entry and cruise control and shift-on-the fly 4WD system with a limited slip differential. Prices for the 4WD LX variant have not been released yet.
The 2WD variant is now known as the SX and comes with all the features of the 4WD model except the shift-on-the fly 4WD system and the limited slip differential. The SX and the LX trims come with a Mercedes-Benz-sourced 2.2-litre, OM611 common-rail engine that meets BS IV emissions norms and makes a Tata Safari-rivalling 139bhp and 32.6kgm of torque. It drives the rear wheels via the Mercedes-Benz G32 five-speed manual gearbox.
The Force One SUV range prices are as below (ex-showroom, Delhi).
2.5 EX: 7-seater: Rs. 8.99 lakh
2.2 SX 6-seater: Rs. 11.79 lakh
2.2 SX 7-seater Rs. 11.71 lakh
2.2 SX with ABS 6-seater: Rs. 12.06 lakh
2.2 SX with ABS 7-seater Rs. 11.99 lakh