Here is a list of the best pickup trucks in India. Check out these top-ranked pickup truck’s prices, specifications, features, variants, and more.
Mahindra Bolero Maxi truck Plus
₹ 5.44 – ₹ 5.94 Lakh
The Mahindra Bolero Maxi Truck Plus is much like the single cab variant of the Bolero Camper Gold. However, since the additional cab size has been removed, the loading capacity is bigger. The gross vehicle weight of 2,620 kilograms makes for a maximum payload capacity of 1,255 kilograms.
But since it is a D+1 single cab version, it loses out on the air conditioning. For the braking, there is a similar setup as the other sibling and is comprised of disc brakes for all corners. However, the suspension is handled by rigid semi-elliptical leaf springs instead of the anti-roll bars.
The power is supplied from the same 2.5-litre four-cylinder motor that can produce 63 bhp of power at 3,200 rpm and 195 Nm of torque at 1,400 rpm.
Mahindra Bolero Pikup
₹ 6.47 – ₹ 7.05 Lakh
Mahindra’s idle range of popular trucks in the light commercial vehicle segment, the Bolero Pickup has been more than a popular vehicle opinion for the Indian roads. Additionally, it is one of the most popular trucks in its segment and brings in the largest contribution from the market. Coming to its updates and upgrades, the rugged truck is known to receive updates over performance and safety at regular intervals.
Being a dominating chart-topper, the Bolero Pickup gets immense competition from similar vehicle offerings from Tata Motors and Ashok Leyland. Pickup lineup gets three trims, namely Bolero Pickup Extra long 1.25T, Bolero Pik up Extra long 1.7T, Bolero Pickup Extra strong 1.3T and Bolero Pik up Extra strong 1.5T.
Powering the lineup is a similar m2DiCR four-cylinder 2.5L TB, DI, Turbo-charged engine. The 2,523cc engine produces a maximum power of 70 hp alongside a peak torque of up to 200 Nm. The transmission duty of the vehicle is handled by a five-speed manual transmission.
Mahindra Supro Maxitruck
₹ 4.93 – ₹ 5.52 Lakh**Ex-showroom Price in New Delhi
he Mahindra Supro Maxitruck is a great light-duty truck and falls below the Maxitruck sibling. It comes with a payload capacity of 850 kilograms, which is good enough for transporting the goods within the city. The cabin is good enough for just the driver and co-driver and does not have air-conditioning too. Tiltable power steering and adjustable driver seat are the notable interior features. The braking system is handled by the hydraulic brakes.
The truck is equipped with a 909cc, two-cylinder BS-IV-compliant engine which pumps out a maximum power of 256 bhp at 2,600 rpm and a peak torque of 55 Nm between 1,800 and 2,200 rpm. It comes mated to a 4-speed manual transmission. The engine returns a mileage of 23.17 kmpl.
Mahindra Bolero Camper BS6
₹ 7.00 – ₹ 7.68 Lakh**Ex-showroom Price in New Delhi
Mahindra Bolero lineup is one the most popular lineups available in India and Camper Gold is one of the recent additions to this queue. It flaunts similar looks and features as its siblings and offers a healthy competition to trucks like Tata Intra V10. The truck is offered in two color scheme options – White and Gold.
In India, the truck is available in four trims – Camper Gold ZX/BS-IV, Camper Gold Camper 4WD/BS-IV, Camper Gold Camper 2WD/BS-IV, and Camper Gold VX/BS-IV. It is powered by a BSIV compliant 2500cc Mahindra m2DiCR turbocharged four-cylinder diesel mill, which generates 62 hp of maximum power and 195 Nm of peak torque.
The power is sent to the wheels via a five-speed manual gearbox, which is further aided with a single plate dry clutch that ensures smooth gear shifts. The truck flaunts a payload capacity of 1,000kg, which is excellent considering the price point.
Tata Yodha Pickup
₹ 6.95 – ₹ 7.09 Lakh**Ex-showroom Price in New Delhi
Tata Yodha is one of the most popular trucks in its segment, thanks to the reliable engine offered by the leading automaker. The truck can be used for a variety of purposes and is best suited for the door to door delivery. The truck was designed on the basis of the growing demand of the consumers for door-to-door delivery as big trucks can not enter the crowded and small streets.
Moving to the powertrain, it comes equipped with a 4-cylinder 2956 cc mill, which is capable of churning out 85 hp of max power at 3000 rpm and 250 Nm of peak torque at 1000-2000 rpm. The suspension duties are handled by six semi-elliptical springs at the front, and nine leaves leaf springs at the rear.
A truck like Ashok Leyland DOST STRONG can offer a healthy competition to this truck. Yodha is a great truck for heavy-duty tasks inside the city.
Tata 207 RX Common Rail
From ₹ 6.06 Lakh**Ex-showroom Price in New Delhi
One of the highly celebrated pick-up truck in its segment, the TATA 207 RX Common Rail offers a 25 per cent gradeability and a GVW of 2,950 kgs. Designed to meet the practicality of the city, the truck is an excellent choice for the intra-city transfer of goods as well. Additionally, the truck comes equipped with a tiltable power steering, adjustable driver seat, parking brakes, tubeless tires, and seat belts. Keeping in mind the safety of the driver, the truck has been provided with a combination of disc and drum brakes.
Being a truck from a very competitive segment, the TATA 207 RX Common Rail gets direct competition from similar offerings by the automakers Eicher and Ashok Leyland.
Powered by a 2,956 cc four-cylinder Tata 4SPCR TCIC BS-IV compliant engine, the engine churns out a maximum power of 85hp along with a peak torque of up to 250Nm. Lastly, a five-speed manual gearbox coupled to a 260 mm single-plate dry friction type clutch handles the power delivery and transmission duties of the vehicle
₹ 7.15 – ₹ 7.60 Lakh**Ex-showroom Price in New Delhi
The Indian Pick Up truck segment has in recent years started to finally find its bearings and is witnessing rapid growth now. Among the newer players in the Indian pick up segment is Isuzu that brought truly modern and global standard pickups in the market only a few years back. Among the more popular commercial pickups from the maker in the commercial stream is the Isuzu D-Max, which comes with a maximum permissible GVW of 2700Kg and has a kerb weight of 1695kg while the maximum legal payload rating is set at a commendable 1005kg. It can be had either in a Cabin & Chassis vehicle configuration or a Cabin with a flatbed body option. The flatbed cargo deck dimensions are – 2440 mm x 1725 mm x 510 mm while the wheelbase for both variants is 3095mm. The ground clearance for both variants is different where the Cabin with Flatbed gets 190mm of ground clearance and the Cabin &Chassis variant getting 220mm. Turning circle radius are also different for both variants as well – 6.1m and 6.3m, respectively.
Powering the Isuzu D-Max is the company’s BSIV compliant 4 cylinder 2499c Isuzu Common Rail, VGS Turbo Intercooled diesel engine. This engine produced a maximum power output of 78bhp made at 3800rpm while the peak torque rating of 176Nm arrives in the 1800-2400rpm range. The transmission duties are taken care by an Isuzu MSG-5K Synchromesh 5 Speed manual gearbox mated to a single dry plate clutch. The top speed of the Isuzu D-x is limited at 80kmoh and the its offers a commendable gradeability of 27%. The fuel tank capacity is 55 liters.
In terms of features the Isuzu D-Max offers power steering with tilt adjustment while you get air conditioning as an optional accessory. The braking system consists of Ventilated Disc with twin pot caliper at the front and Hydraulic Drum with LSPV technology for the rear.
Mahindra Big Bolero Pik-Up
₹ 6.50 – ₹ 6.90 Lakh**Ex-showroom Price in New Delhi
With the changing times, customers in India have started warming up to the idea of Pick-Ups and ruling the segment with a massive 70% plus market share is the Mahindra Bolero Pik-Up family. Now that there is an increasing demand for ‘car-like’ dynamics, safety and features among the customers who would purchase either an LCV or a Pick-Up, the Mahindra Bolero Maha Pik-Up or the Big Bolero Pik-Up was launched with the highest payload capacity among all of Bolero Pik-up models.
The Mahindra Big Bolero Pik-Up shares most of its cycle parts and design with the standard Bolero Pik-Up and thus, the Bolero SUV for the passenger market. This means that it gets the same BSIV compliant engine 2523cc turbocharged, four-cylinder engine making. Owing to the fact that the Mahindra Big Bolero Pik-Up has the highest payload rating in the family, the engine on it is made available in a higher state of tune good enough to produce a maximum power output of 70bhp arriving at 3200rpm while the peak torque rating is also a bit higher at 200Nm and is made in a considerably low range of 1400rpm-2200rpm. This engine gets a durable and rugged 5-Speed transmission mated to a single plate dry clutch.
The GVW for the Mahindra Big Bolero Pik-Up is also the highest among its siblings at 3425kg and as already mentioned, it also has the highest payload rating set at 1700kg among all Bolero Pik-Up models and in fact in the industry segment itself. It is available in two variants – Flatbed (FB) and CBC. It also gets the longest-in-class cargo deck length of 2765mm (9 ft). Other significant features include – Power steering offered as standard along with Air conditioning as well. Suspension duties for the front are taken care by a 5 leaves rigid leaf spring suspension set up with an anti-roll bar provided for enhanced stability.
Isuzu D-Max S-Cab
From ₹ 9.14 Lakh**Ex-showroom Price in New Delhi
One of the most recent additions to the India pick-up trucks segment, the Isuzu D-Max S-Cab comes with a maximum permissible GVW of 2700Kg. Coming to its design feature, the truck can be availed with a Crew Cabin option, attached to Fixed Side Deck body vehicle configuration with the D+4 seating arrangement. Additionally, its ground clearance of 190mm makes it a practical choice for movement across all forms of terrain.
Featuring a power steering with tilt adjustment, Isuzu D-Max S-Cab enables modern safety standards for increased safety of the occupants of the vehicle. Although its a new vehicle offering, Isuzu has set bars for a competition like Tata, Eicher and similar offerings by Mahindra.
Powering the Isuzu D-Max is a BSIV compliant four-cylinder 2499c Isuzu Common Rail, VGS Turbo Intercooled diesel engine. The engine produces a maximum power output of 78hp besides generating a peak torque rating of 176Nm
₹ 7.05 – ₹ 7.96 Lakh**Ex-showroom Price in New Delhi
Catering to a slightly more premium upmarket customer base in the pick-up segment is the Mahindra Imperio. As per Mahindra, the Mahindra Imperio offers a plusher ride quality and comfort in the small commercial vehicle segment. It is also said to offer the best in class performance and modern design as well. The maximum permissible GVW of the Mahindra Imperio is 2990kg and it has a kerb weight of 1920kg. In terms of maximum legal payload rating, the Mahindra Imperio offers two ratings – 1240 / 1220 Kg for Single cabin and 1090 / 1070 Kg for Double cabin.
The Mahindra Imperio has two options for vehicle configuration on offer – Single cabin with Fixed Side Deck body and Double cabin with Fixed Side Deck body, their respective seating capacity being D+1 and D+4. It has a wheelbase of 3220mm while the ground clearance for all Mahindra Imperio variants is the same at 211 mm.
Powering the Mahindra Imperio is the company’s BSIV compliant 4 cylinder 2489cc Mahindra DI Engine with Common Rail diesel engine and Fuel Smart Technology for Power / Eco mode technology. This engine produces a maximum power output of 75bhp made at 3200 and a peak torque rating of 22oNm arrives in the 1400-2000rpm range. Transmission duties are taken care by a 5-Speed manual gearbox mated to a single dry plate clutch. The top speed is limited at 120kmph and the fuel tank capacity is 55 liters.
Force Kargo King
From ₹ 6.49 Lakh**Ex-showroom Price in New Delhi
Among the pickup trucks in India, the Force Kargo King is one of the best options. It has a box body at the back, with the day cabin being placed on the chassis. The truck comes with a wheelbase of 3000 mm, and the ground clearance is 210 mm. The pickup comes with a decent enough GVW of 2,990 Kg.
The stopping duties are performed by the disc brake along with the parking brakes. At the front, there are semi-elliptical leaf springs with hydraulic telescopic shock absorber and antiroll bar, while the same unit excluding the antiroll bar is present at the rear.
The truck is equipped with a 2.0-litre FM 2.0 CR Common Rail engine, which is capable of churning out a maximum power of 67 bhp coming at 3200 rpm, while the peak torque is 175 Nm at 1600-2400 rpm. It is the five-speed manual transmission that sends the power to the wheels along with the Synchromesh clutch.
Mahindra Scorpio Getaway
₹ 9.24 – ₹ 10.22 Lakh**Ex-showroom Price in New Delhi
Mahindra does not just offer only the Bolero Pik UP range in the pickup segment of the country where it holds a majority share of 70%. However, Mahindra also has pickup versions of its hugely successful Scorpio platform as well. Among these is the Mahindra Scorpio Getaway that was designed as a premium offering in the commercial pick upmarket. The Mahindra Scorpio Getaway is a crew cab pickup that suits applications that require transport of crew as well as goods across harsh terrains. For such captive and rugged duties, the Scorpio Getaway offers both, a basic 4X2 axle configuration as well as a more off-road centric 4X4 axle arrangement.
The maximum permissible GVW of the Mahindra Scorpio Getaway is 2650kg and it has a kerb weight of 2050kg. The maximum legal payload you can carry with the Mahindra Scorpio Getaway is a commendable 600kg considering it offers a D+5 seating configuration through its 4 door design. Its wheelbase is 3040mm while the ground clearance for the Scorpio Getaway is 210mm.
Powering the Mahindra Scorpio Getaway is the company’s BSIV compliant 4 cylinders 2179cc diesel engine with Variable Geometry Turbocharger with Intercooler, Common Rail Direct Injection Technology. This engine produces a maximum power output of 120bhp made at 4000rpm while the peak torque rating of 280Nm arrives in the 1800-2800rpm range. The transmission duties are taken care by a 5-Speed manual gearbox mated to a multi-disc wet type clutch. It has a top speed that max out at 100kmph while it offers a claimed mileage of 11kmpl.
Isuzu D-MAX V-Cross
₹ 16.55 – ₹ 19.99 Lakh**Ex-showroom Price in New Delhi
Isuzu is known to be among the world’s most well-known pick-up truck makers and they entered India only a few years back. The top of the line premium Pick Up in their range is the Isuzu D-Max V-Cross crew cab pickup that is sold both as a commercial vehicle as well as a private one. In the crew cab pickup market, the Isuzu D-Max V-Cross offers by far the most premium and robust iteration of a pickup in our market, the Isuzu D-max V-Cross comes with a maximum permissible GVW of 2180Kg and has a kerb weight of 1945kg while the maximum legal payload rating is set at 225kg. It is only available is a Crew Cabin with cargo body vehicle configuration with a D+4 seating arrangement. The load body dimensions are – 1485 mm x 1530 mm x 465 mm while the wheelbase is 3095mm. The ground clearance for the Isuzu D-Max S-Cab is 190mm and it has a turning circle radius of 6.1m.
Powering the Isuzu D-Max V-Cross is the company’s BSIV compliant 4 cylinder 1898cc Isuzu 4 Cylinder, Common Rail, VGS Turbo Intercooled Diesel. This engine produces a maximum power output of 150bhp made at 3600rpm while the peak torque rating of 350Nm arrives in the 1800-2600rpm range. The transmission duties are taken care by an Isuzu MSG-5K Synchromesh 5 Speed manual gearbox mated to a single dry plate clutch. The top speed of the Isuzu D-Max V-Cross is limited at 175kmph and it offers a commendable gradeability of 25%. The fuel tank capacity is 55 liters.
In terms of features the Isuzu D-Max V-Cross offers power steering with tilt and telescopic adjustment while you get air conditioning as standard. The braking system consists of disc brakes all around and ABS is offered as standard.
Mahindra Champion Load
From ₹ 2.70 Lakh**Ex-showroom Price in New Delhi
When it comes to the commercial vehicle segment, the name of Mahindra Champion Load is surely taken. This vehicle has been leading the three-wheeler segment since ages and has generated a huge market share as well. It flaunts a kerb weight of 685 kg, a GVW of 1350 kg and a maximum legal payload rating as 665 Kg.
It comes equipped with a BSIV compliant 510cc water-cooled single-cylinder diesel engine, which is capable of churning out a maximum power output of 10 bhp at 3000 rpm and a peak torque of 28 Nm at 1800-2400 rpm. The power is sent to the wheels via a four-speed manual gearbox, which is further aided by a 160 mm single-plate dry clutch.
The brand claims a fuel economy of 21.15 kmpl, which is great as it will help in improving profitability. It flaunts a ground clearance of 160 mm and trucks like Tata Ace provides good competition to this truck.
Piaggio Ape Delivery Van
From ₹ 1.50 Lakh**Ex-showroom Price in New Delhi
Since its introduction in 1948, the series Piaggio Ape has been leading in the segment. Even after 62 years, the three-wheeler has not lost its charm. The Ape Delivery Van is one of the variants of this popular series. Comparing to its rivals, it is a bit ahead to deliver goods.
The Ape Delivery Van is equipped with a 395 cc single-cylinder BS-IV engine, which can push out a maximum power of 8 hp. While on the other hand, the three-wheeler can pull out a peak torque of 16.7 Nm. The power is sent to the wheels via a four-speed manual transmission. It carries a fuel tank of 11 litres.
Coming to the suspension, the vehicle gets dual-action hydraulic telescopic shock absorber with helical springs at the front, while independent suspensions triangular arm are present at the back. The combination is capable to offer good comfort. As for the safety, the delivery van has drum brakes, which is good enough to stop the van at ease.
Tata ACE (chota Hathi)
From ₹ 4.81 Lakh
Tata Motors is the largest commercial vehicle manufacturer, stays ahead of its rival by introducing innovative products and technologies to the Indian commercial vehicle industry. Tata Motors has successfully managed to grow its leadership in the compact truck segment with its hugely successful Ace range of minitrucks. This truck revolutionized the last-mile transport in India which was designed keeping in mind the typical Indian roads and intercity transport fleet owners’ needs.
As India is ready to progress to the more stringent BSVI emission norms from April 2020, Tata Motors is ready with the complete BSVI product range. Among the ranges getting an upgrade, the Tata Ace range will continue to cater to the sub-1-ton segment with its rugged design, great mileage, and aggregates in the more efficient and refined BSVI avatar.