Mahindra New Cars in India
Mahindra today is at a very important juncture. From a maker of basic jeeps, it has evolved today to become India's largest utility vehicle maker by a long margin. Today, it's range spans the basic Bolero at one end to the XUV 5OO at the upper end of the market. the recent acquisition of Ssangyong means that M&M's SUV range will only expand upwards, with the introduction of the Rexton and Korando to the Indian market soon. Mahindra has suffered some mis-adventures in the passenger car market, but with the shortened Verito in the pipeline, and some rumours about further new model developments, as also further foreign collaborations, Mahindra should be able to make its presence felt.
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Mahindra New Cars - User Reviews
The Mahindra Logan (Verito) has been an extremely hassle free car for the little over 3 years that we have owned it. It continues giving us great fuel efficiency. We fill a full tank once in 10 days (about 40 litres) and we do about 2000 kms a month. We have had no reason to complain about this car as yet. It requires service once every 10,000 km, which we have diligently done and we have not had reason to complain about the service provided by the dealer (Mohan Motors) either. In all in 37 months, we have done 76000 kms and the car feels and drives as good as new.
When given 12.5 lakhs to buy a sofa you would pick up something that is best available in the market or get one made of rosewood. Even I did that, but though my sofa did not come in leather, it did have a Bluetooth with 2 din music system, reading lights, cup holder, air conditioner, cruise control… wait a minute ‘cruise control’ on a sofa!!! Sounds like a car right. Well that’s what exactly happened, I bought myself a 2.5 ton sofa on wheels… I bought a Mahindra Scorpio. W After years of snuggling in their Commanders and the most successful 540s Anand Mahindra wanted to bring the company to higher standards. Bring something out of the blue to the people. This was the time when the Mitsubishi Pajero was a favourite import and most desirable SUV of everyone. Anand Mahindra, who had just joined in to carry on with his father’s legacy introduced to the world the Mahindra Armada which later led to the foundation of India’s first home bred SUV called the Mahindra Bolero. Anand being a visionary took that one step further and introduced in the summer of 2002 the Mahindra Scorpio. So successful that it is one of India’s largest exported vehicles. Since its introduction in 2002, the Scorpio has evolved from a lean subtle machine to a mighty muscular beast, with body work seemed chiselled by the Greek Gods themselves. Powered by a 2.2 mHawk turbocharged common rail diesel engine the beast delivers over 120hp at 4000rpm, making sure nothing else will stand in its path. The 5 speed manual gearbox delivers enough torque to set in motion the 16 inch wheel s from a standstill to 60kms/hr in just 5.7 seconds. Beware the 12inch front disc brakes can stop this beast cursing at 100kms/hr to 0 in just 48ft. With a 60ltrs fuel tank capacity and a mileage varying at 10kms/litres in the city to 15kms/litres on the highway you can take your Scorpio on long drives and with a 180 mm ground clearance even explore the off-roads. With the Micro Hybrid feature in the VLX model one can get a better fuel efficiency as it switches off the internal combustion when at ideal stance and restarts by a light touch on the clutch. The VLX model also comes with cruise control, voice assist, audio controls on steering wheel, rain and light sensors, tyretronics, intelligent parking system, ABS and an option of 4X4, Automatic gearbox and Air bags. When you look at the Scorpio it seems as a gift from the Gods, chiselled body work is seen right up front on the front bumper. The Sabre Tooth front grill gives it a very aggressive and distinctive look. The high model VLX Scorpio comes with ‘Blue Vision’ lights which helps to ease the night drive and makes the vehicle look more robust. The two tone exterior (except white) enhances the overall boldness of the vehicle. The air scoop in on the bonnet feeds the turbo charged engine enough air to give you a sudden rush of adrenalin. The tall tower lamps at the rear cover the rear pillars and the door handles are chunky enough to fill your hands. The moment you enter in the Scorpio it welcomes you with its enormous space and two tone interiors. The air conditioning is good enough for a vehicle this size and one can install the optional additional air vents if needed. The vehicle comes with power windows, power steering, rear wiper, rear defogger, follow me home lights, central locking, a mobile charging port and the fuel lid can be opened by a simple push of a button on the central console. Besides the chunky gear knob the boot when folded can carry 6mths supply of food water and luggage. And just in case you are carrying a bit more you can always use the roof ski racks to put your luggage together. The rear seats can also be folded to give more room for a variety of uses. The quality of plastic used is somehow not as one would expect after gawking at the exteriors. The fit and finish could have been better. Though the central console is very neat and simple with the stereo below the ac vents followed by the varied six buttons the fake wood gives away that feeling of awe. The cup holders occupy either side of the gear stick and the outside rear view mirrors are electronically controlled. The Scorpio is available in 24 different variants, including the lesser powered M2Di engine or the powerful mHawk with either in BSIII or BSIV arrangements. And if one has great plans of camping in the wild opens then they can go in for the Scorpio Getaway with a CRDe engine. Though the 4X4 is available only in the VLX model, people buying the lower models may not hesitate to take their beasts off the road and take a detour for a little soft off-road fun. ‐ Vrikpal
I have a Mahindra Bolero GLX that I bought in 2001. The MUV is superb for all type of work. Till date I have clocked 2 lakh km on the odometer, had the engine overhauled at around 1,70,000 kms and the car is still as trust worthy as the first day that I bought it. I have driven it to altitudes of above 18,700 ft plus on numerous occasions and never had any problem with this car. It is safe and reliable.
I own a Xylo since the last 6 months and I can tell you that I feel good when I drive it. The interior is spacious and stylish. In terms of handling it also satisfactory. Recently, I drove it from Bhubaneswar to Kolkata and also came back. The journey was smooth and hassle free. Even in top speed, the engine wasn't very noisy. Will recommend to go for it.
A sub-4 meter length, the Quanto will be the smallest SUV in Mahindra’s product portfolio. The smaller length means buyers will have to shell out lower excise duty as compared to the bigger SUVs. The Quanto will be based the popular Xylo MUV platform. The Quanto is a versatile SUV which combines the easy maneuverability and compactness of a hatchback with the rough-road capability and power of an SUV, suitable for weekend getaways, making it a ‘24x7’ car The new Mahindra Xylo Mini will be powered by a 1.5 L common railed detuned turbocharged diesel engine and shares it origin with the 2.2 L mHawk diesel engine that the Mahindra Scorpio uses. approx mileage will be 15-17kmpl, 7 people seating capacity
Mahindra Car in News
A freak misfortune brought the campaign of Mahindra at motorcycle Grand Prix racing to a premature end. The crash occurred in pursuit of claiming the top positions on a complicated wet-and-dry Le Mans circuit. It is to be noted that Mahindra Racing was the sole Indian team in the motorcycle Grand Prix racing.
Ssangyong Motor, part of the USD 15.9 billion Mahindra Group, has achieved a key feat in sales by delivering 12,607 vehicles in April 2013 – 5,115 vehicles in the South Korean market and 7,492 in exports, including CKD kits.
Mahindra First Choice Wheels Ltd. (MFCWL), India’s leading multi-brand certified used car company, has opened its authorized dealership in Western suburb of Mumbai.
Mahindra Two Wheelers Ltd (MTWL), a wing of the USD 15.9 billion (approx. INR 87243 crores) Mahindra Group, has become a proud associate sponsor of the Rajasthan Royals cricket team for the 2013 edition of the Pepsi Indian Premier League (IPL).
Mahindra Two Wheelers has introduced the newest member of the Pantero family. Incidentally, the new addition will be the most affordable variant of the Pantero as well, priced at just Rs. 39,650 (ex-showroom Delhi).