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Mahindra was founded in 1945 in Mumbai India. Australia has been importing the Mahindra Pik-Up Ute since 2007. The Indian company has found it hard to compete with local and imported products in Australia.

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2016 Mahindra XUV500 Review

We drove it in India, but what is the Mahindra XUV500 W8 automatic like in Australia? We hit the road to find out.

2016 Mahindra Genio: Tradie Test Review

Usually we test a car for about a week and put it through its paces in the CarAdvice garage. That wasn't the case with the 2016 Mahindra Genio. For this test we decided to put the 2016 Mahindra Genio in the hands of a hard-working tradesman. That tradie just so happens to be my dad, Brian Campbell...

Mahindra Thar Quick Drive Review

It's one of the most rugged four-wheel drives in the world. We get behind the wheel of Mahindra's Thar for a quick drive.

2016 Mahindra XUV500 Automatic Review

We travel all the way to India to find out if the revised Mahindra XUV500 will work as well on the streets of Bombay, as it will Double Bay.

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2016 Mahindra Thar Quick Drive Review

Read the article here. Mahindra’s relationship with the Willys Jeep dates back to the 1940s when the company began building the vehicle under license in India. It wasn’t until 2010 that the company rebranded the vehicle and called it the Mahindra Thar. With next to no modern safety features, we’re never likely to see the Mahindra Thar on local roads...

2016 Mahindra XUV500 Automatic Review — Indian road test

Read the article here. Mahindra is a company that was battling an identity crisis, up until recently. The release of the monocoque Mahindra XUV500 (pronounced XUV five-double-o, not five-hundred) was the first vehicle in the brand’s modern resurgence. The XUV500 broke from the traditional mould of vehicles designed to a very specific market of people that arguably didn’t care for modern car design...

2016 Delhi Auto Expo — highlights of the show from Australia

Read the article here. The Delhi motor show, or Delhi Auto Expo as it's better known is a yearly motor show held just outside India's capital of New Delhi. Sitting on over 70,000 square metres of hall space, the motor show features displays from over 1500 exhibitors that feature everything from components to supercars...

2016 Delhi Auto Expo - Mahindra XUV500 automatic

Read the article here. The Mahindra XUV500 has been updated with a revised front and rear, and interior. But, chief amongst the changes is the addition of an Aisin 6-speed automatic gearbox. The face lifted model with automatic gearbox will arrive in Australia mid-2016.  ...

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2018 Mahindra Pik-Up pricing and specs

The 2018 Mahindra Pik-Up has been detailed for the Australian market, with the new-generation ute range to kicking off from $21,990 drive-away. There are be four variants available across two trim grades at launch, with the entry-level price-leader to join in "early 2018". Single- and dual-cab body styles are offered, along with cab chassis and "well-side tub" trays...

2018 Mahindra Genio pricing and specs

Mahindra has announced pricing and specs for the 2018 Genio pick-up, which now comes with a Euro 5 diesel engine Both the single- and dual-cab Genio are now powered by a 2.2-litre four-cylinder diesel engine, making 88kW of power and 280Nm of torque. The engine is hooked up to a five-speed manual gearbox, with no automatic offered on the options list...

Ford and Mahindra to team up in developing markets

Ford Motor Company and the Mahindra Group have announced a strategic alliance to explore various mobility solutions in emerging markets, namely India. The partnership agreement will last "up to three years", with the alliance leveraging Ford's global reach and Mahindra's scale in India to cooperate in areas such as connected vehicle projects, electrification, product development, distribution within India (for Ford) and global emerging markets (Mahindra's reach outside of India)...

Mahindra sort of extends warranty

Indian brand Mahindra has improved the after-sales care on its XUV500 SUV in an attempt to gain some traction in Australia's hugely competitive market. The XUV500 gets five years of free roadside assistance and three years of capped-price servicing ($2740 over the term, total), somewhat offsetting the sub-par six-month/10,000km intervals...

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Mahindra Owner Reviews

2016 Mahindra Xuv500 (FWD) Review

My car has only done first 10,000 kms, I love the fact that it gives me relaxed economy of about 13.6 kms a litre of fuel with air conditioning on in local traffic, and 14.6 kms per litre on highway with air con on. I did not have any issues with engine or anything but do feel that suspension is bit hard and even small bumps will rattle the cabin...

2016 Mahindra Xuv500 (AWD) Review

I have owned an XUV500 AWD since April 2013 and it is now close to the 130,000 kilometre service interval. The faults so far were disc brake pads grinding from new which were replaced at the first service. The second was gradual failure of the front door locking and unlocking mechanism which was rectified under warranty at the 110,000 Kilometre service...

2012 Mahindra Pik-Up (4x4) Review

I've owned my dual cab Pik Up since November 2012 & have so far done 87000km in it , I am extremely happy with the vehicle & would recommend people give Mahindra a go as a 4x4 it's excellent...

2013 Mahindra Xuv500 (AWD) Review

When I was updating from my old SUV, I took a test drive of couple of cars in the same category and this was impressive, it ticked almost every box, I also had a set budget in mind and I was impressed with the value it offered at the first place, the equipment list was good and offered everything which usually with others are a options and which comes at a very high cost...

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