How might the upcoming Mahindra Thar stack up against the Suzuki Jimny in the battle of the lightweight off-roaders? Mahindra has just announced that it’s new Thar 4×4 – similar to the Suzuki Jimny in more ways than one – will arrive in Australia by June next year. The model
Mahindra’s new rival to the Suzuki Jimny and, in some ways, Jeep Wrangler is arriving here next year. Will this be the next cult-classic off-roader like the Suzuki Jimny to hit Australian roads? Mahindra and Mahindra unveiled its new Thar in India this weekend but that’s not the only place
A simpler lineup underpins Mahindra’s updated ute range for 2020, which brings better tech and a bump in price. A jump in price for the 2020 Mahindra PikUp range reflects the addition of new gear and a facelift for the budget-focused Indian ute. Refreshed with a new fascia consisting of
The limited-edition Mahindra Black mHawk Pikup is on-sale now from $38,990 drive-away boasting black 17-inch alloys, black sports bar and black side steps.
Mahindra has added four new Single Cab variants (4×4 and 4×2) to the Pik-Up range with prices starting at $21,990 drive away.
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The updated 2018 Mahindra PikUp has been launched boasting a tweaked exterior, interior and engine.
Following the recent release of the Mahindra New Age XUV500, the Indian car maker has released an automatic variant onto the Australian market.
The 2016 Mahindra New Age XUV500 W8 Variant seven-seater has been launched in Australia in both 2WD and AWD variants.
The refreshed 2016 Mahindra Genio ute has arrived in Australia with unchanged pricing from it predecessor, starting at $19,990 drive-away, and is available in both 4×4 and 4×4 variants.
The 2016 Mahindra KUV100 has been revealed overnight and is expected to go on-sale early next year (2016), but there’s no word yet on whether we’ll see it Down Under.
India-based Mahindra buys legendary automotive design house, Pininfarina, in a move that will boost both the design and engineering capability of Mahindra.
The 2015 Mahindra XUV 500 has been launched in India with the car maker saying it will sell the XUV500 W8 version in Australia before the end of this year.