Mahindra leads the pack with strong fleet of Utility Vehicles in Indian terrain

Wednesday 22 October 2014, 12:24 PM by

Mahindra and Mahindra Limited is a multinational automobile firm with headquarters in Mumbai, Maharashtra. The company is known for the wide range of Sports Utility Vehicles (SUVs) it has manufactured. The SUVs are perfect for tackling uneven terrain in India. A small insight into the various SUVs has been provided in this article.

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Mahindra Bolero

Mahindra Bolero is powered by a powerful IDI engine which produces 75 BHP of power. The IDI engine is a turbo charged direct injection diesel engine. The Bolero has an appreciable mileage of about 14km/L. It incorporates a five-speed manual transmission system. This SUV can accommodate seven people inclusive of the driver.

Mahindra Scorpio

‘Scorpio’, as the name suggests, is a monster of an SUV. It boasts a 2.2L M-Hawk turbo diesel engine capable of proving 120 HP of power. The SUV is perfect for the hilly regions in India. It has a five-speed manual transmission system. The Mahindra Scorpio was first launched in India in 2002.

Mahindra Thar
Mahindra Thar

This SUV has been named after the ‘Thar desert’. It runs on a 2.5L CRDe engine capable of delivering 103.6 bhp of power. It has a mileage of 16.5km/L. The Mahindra Thar falls under the category of ‘convertibles’. It is a seven-seater vehicle but it may be converted into a two-seater.

Mahindra XUV500
Mahindra XUV500

The Mahindra XUV500 was launched in the year 2011. It is powered by 2.2L M-Hawk engine similar to that of the Mahindra Scorpio. The engine is able to produce an output of 140 BHP making it a power packed SUV. This SUV incorporates a six-speed manual transmission system.

Mahindra Quanto
Mahindra Quanto

The Mahindra Quanto is comparatively weaker than the other SUVs in its class. It is powered by a 1.5L MCR100 engine which produces 98.6 BHP of power. It is a seven-seater SUV having a five-speed manual transmission.

Mahindra has come up with monster SUVs which are more than capable of cutting across unforgiving Indian terrain like a knife cuts through butter.

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