Man Trucks in India

MAN Truck & Bus AG or Maschinenfabrik Augsburg-Nürnberg AG is one of the most reputed commercial vehicle manufacturing company globally with its headquarter in Munich, Germany. Formerly known as MAN Nutzfahrzeuge AG, this German auto giant has developed outstanding trucks across all segments (from 7.49 to 44 tonnes Gross Vehicle Weight). In India, the company started its operation with a collaboration with Force Motors in 2006. Later, in 2011, the German auto manufacturer took over the joint-venture and began operating as Man Truck & Bus India, Pvt. Ltd. The Pune based automobile company is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of the German firm and aims in providing effective transport solutions by integrating world-class design with skilled workforces.

The vision of MAN trucks is to establish itself as a Centre of Excellence for the commercial vehicle industry. In India, they develop long haul tractors, multi-axle trucks, construction and mining tippers, and special-purpose commercial vehicles. Some of the popular trucks from the MAN fleet include CLA 16.250 EVO 4x2, CLA 49.300 EVO 6x4, and CLA 25.250 EVO 6x4. MAN strives to provide maximum up-time of vehicles. They offer unique warranty schemes, roadside assistance, maintenance contract, and 24X7 customer care service for the convenience of customers.

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Man Trucks Price in India

Man trucks price in India starts from ₹ 24.0 lacs for its lowest priced model CLA 40.250 EVO 4X2 and goes up to ₹ 39.0 lacs for CLA 31.300 EVO 8X4. Please find below the price range of all Man truck models.

Model Price
Man CLA 40.250 EVO 4X2 from ₹ 24.0 lacs
Man CLA 16.250 EVO 4X2 from ₹ 25.0 lacs
Man CLA 40.300 EVO 4X2 from ₹ 31.0 lacs
Man CLA 25.300 EVO 6X4 from ₹ 32.0 lacs
Man CLA 49.300 EVO 6X4 from ₹ 32.82 lacs
Man CLA 49.250 EVO 6X4 from ₹ 32.82 lacs
Man CLA 25.250 EVO 6X4 from ₹ 36.0 lacs
Man CLA 31.300 EVO 8X4 from ₹ 39.0 lacs
Man CLA 31.300 EVO 8X2 from ₹ 39.0 lacs

Man Trucks Models in India

Frequently Asked Questions about Man Trucks

How are the maximum load-bearing capabilities of MAN trucks?

Man trucks have earned acclamation for their high load-bearing capabilities. You can transport a maximum load of 7865 kg in Man CLA 16.250 EVO 4X2 to 41100 kg in Man CLA 49.300 EVO 6X4. Both of them get powered by a BS-IV compliant Di, Turbo Charged Intercooled 6900cc mill. The former generates a maximum power of 255bhp @ 2300 rpm, while the power delivery in the latter is a mammoth 300bhp @ 2300 rpm. The transmission duties in MAN CLA 49.300 EVO 6x4 is carried out by a 9-speed manual transmission gearbox and can attain a maximum speed of 80 kmph. Transporters use this tractor truck for the inter-state delivery of voluminous goods.

Most of MAN trucks fall under the category of Heavy Commercial Vehicles (HCV). Among them, the lightest MAN truck is MAN CLA 16.250 EVO 4X2. The Gross Vehicle Weight (GCV) of this cargo carrier is 16200 kg, and its kerb weight is 8335 kg. The truck can transport a maximum payload of 7865 kg. It has a Rock/Scoop body and riders can enjoy the facilities of day cabin inside the goods carrier. It also remains equipped with a power steering for the convenience of the driver. Overall, it is an excellent tipper truck for intra-city transport of construction and mining goods.

The power delivery of MAN trucks is much higher than its competitors. It generates 255 bhp in CLA 25.250 EVO 6X4, CLA 16.250 EVO 4X2, CLA 49.250 EVO 6X4, and CLA 40.250 EVO 4X2 trucks. The figure tops to 300 bhp in CLA 25.300 EVO 6X4, CLA 31.300 EVO 8X4, CLA 49.300 EVO 6X4, CLA 31.300 EVO 8X2, and CLA 40.300 EVO 4X2. All the goods carrier remains equipped with BS-IV compliant Di Turbo Charged Intercooled 6900cc engines. The top performers can sprint at a maximum speed of 80 kmph.

MAN has earned the reputation of manufacturing world-class heavy-duty trucks engineered with cutting-edge technology. However, it faces competition from various national and international commercial vehicle manufacturers in India, including Ashok Leyland, Asia Motor Works, BharatBenz, Eicher Motors, Mahindra & Mahindra, Tata Motors, and Volvo.