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Ashok Leyland has ambitious plans to double its market share in the LCV segment from the current 15% to approximately 30% in the next 3-4 years through the launch of one new product every quarter.
Ashok Leyland nevertheless decided not to focus on the segment of mini-trucks up to one ton and to offer new products to the civilian and military markets in the more familiar medium-duty MCV segment with a payload of 2.0 to 7.5 tons.
As a result, Ashok Leyland is seriously concerned about improving the comfort in the cabins of its small trucks.
Thus, the share of air-conditioned versions already accounts for a fifth of sales.
Also, in an effort to build on the success of its 1-tonne Dost truck, Ashok Leyland has just released a beefed-up version of the Dost Plus with 250kg more payload to compete with pickups in the over 1-tonne category.
The company focuses on maximum customer satisfaction, although the prices for its products are being pulled up to the premium class.
At the same time, the production of a full range of military trucks has become a priority for Ashok Leyland at the moment.
This market is characterized by guaranteed sales.
The main problem here is to launch new products on the market in time.