Hyundai And Tata Return This Popular Failed SUV Ahead of Mahindra
Mahindra SUVs: Mahindra's name is taken with great respect in the Indian car market. The company is known for manufacturing the safest SUVs. Its Scorpio brought a revolution in the SUV segment. At that time every youth had to buy Scorpio. Due to this, this car also made many records in its name.
Now companies like Hyundai and Tata have also come in the market, whose SUVs are very powerful. People are buying them on long waiting period. But now Mahindra is going to launch its 3 SUVs which are going to be very powerful.
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Mahindra Thar 5 Door Details
Mahindra Thar is very much liked in India. Now the company wants to launch its 5 door variant here. The longer wheelbase will now be given in this SUV. Due to this, now two more doors will be available by making more space in it. It will be launched in direct competition with the Maruti Jimny. This 5 door Thar has been spotted several times during testing. It will get the option of manual gearbox with automatic. It will get the option of 2 liter petrol and 2.2 liter diesel engine.
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New Mahindra XUV500
Mahindra has officially informed that it will soon launch its XUV500. It can be launched by the end of the year. Compared to the old model, it is going to get a new design. Also, it is going to be more comfortable and powerful than before. It will compete with Tata Harrier and Hyundai Alcazar.
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Mahindra Bolero Neo Plus
Mahindra is about to launch its new Bolero New soon. This long wheelbase version is all set. It is going to be based on Mahindra's TUV 300 Plus. It was banned in India long back. It has been seen many times during testing and it will be launched by the end of this year. It will be brought to the customers with different setting configurations, so that people have more options.