Iran Khodro Releases Persika Minitruck
Iran Khodro Releases Persika Minitruck

Iran Khodro Releases Persika Minitruck

Iran Khodro Releases Persika Minitruck

Iran Khodro Diesel (IKD), the manufacturer of IKCO’s commercial vehicles introduced a new minitruck, Persika on Tuesday.

IKD chief Gholamreza Razazi said, “the Persika minitruck will be available in 6-ton cargo and 8.8-ton cargo versions,” adding that it is powered by a 141hp engine, meets Euro 4 environment standard and  has a Diesel Particular Filter, according to a press release from the company.

“This vehicle with a 6-speed ZF gearbox has an appropriate chassis length and weight, offering a sleeping cabin with roof air conditioner,” claimed the CEO. Cruise control and dual circuit pneumatic breaking system equipped with ABS+ASR are other advantages of the vehicle.

IKD recently signed deals with Mercedes-Benz for the production of their industrial vehicles in Iran. However, this particular small truck could be from one of Iran Khodro’s Chinese partners.


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