There’s good news for the SUV market as Mahindra & Mahindra is introducing various new models, including the next-gen Mahindra Scorpio, Mahindra XUV500, TUV300 facelift edition, e-KUV100 and the XUV300 electric. According to reports, the brand new Mahindra Scorpio could be launched toward the middle of this year.
Based on the KUV100 NXT K2+ model, the Mahindra #XPREZ panel van offers more space for less with several impressive standard features. While it may have been designed with small businesses in mind, anyone can enjoy the extra space and modern design. Whether you’re an entrepreneur, tradesman or kitesurfer, the new Mahindra #XPREZ panel van checks all the boxes.
It’s raining SUVs in Mahindraland. India’s largest utility vehicle manufacturer has announced the launch of six new SUVs for 2021, including two electric vehicles (EVs) that were shown at the Auto Expo this year.
Let’s look at the EVs first:
The Mahindra KUV100 NXT has been a real game-changer for the compact SUV segment offering exceptional value for money compared to many other car brands. This not only applies to the selling price but also the running costs as servicing and vehicle repairs are pretty easy on your pocket. If the Mahindra KUV100 NXT wasn’t your preferred budget-friendly option before, wait until you see the latest findings from the 2020 AA-Kinsey Report.
Generally, nobody really likes talking about car accidents but a recent collision between a Mahindra KUV100 and a compound wall has shed some light on build quality, durability and safety. While the Mahindra XUV300 has been classified as the safest car in India, it’s now the turn of the smallest car to put a feather in its cap as the Mahindra KUV100 saved lives in this accident.
Following the huge success of the K2+ #DARE, which is put together at Mahindra’s Special Fitment Centre in Gauteng, they’ve added the Mahindra KUV100 K6+ #DARE into the mix. According to Mahindra, the KUV100 range has been one of their most popular, especially among new drivers as it has impressive safety features, low fuel consumption and SUV styling.
The Mahindra brand name has certainly made its mark in South Africa with quality and affordable cars. In November 2019, the company launched their new spec K2+ #Dare variant with resounding success which prompted the new Mahindra KUV100 Nxt K6+ #Dare.
Mahindra South Africa has already beaten their sales target for 2019 and they are now aiming to reach a new record. According to reports, Mahindra is on track for a tremendous year as they continue to push out passenger vehicles and bakkies at a staggering rate.
Mahindra has released a series of impressive cars in recent times bolstering their line-up in South Africa. What they offer now includes the Mahindra KUV100 and Mahindra XUV500 while the newer XUV300 is expected to perform as well as it has in India.
According to a Naamsa report, Mahindra is becoming increasingly popular in South Africa where they sold 260 passenger cars and 180 light commercial vehicles last December. January this year saw even higher numbers as the Indian automaker sold 294 passenger cars and 350 LCVs.
The car manufacturer has bought a 55% stake in Meru cabs, with an option to purchase the rest of the company.
Meru primarily offers ride-hailing and radio taxi services. It is also a major player in fleet rental to big corporate clients.