Mahindra is commonly known for creating garden vehicles such as lawn tractors, but they’ve made a return to creating compact and affordable trucks for the US market. The newest release is the Roxor, a 4×4 that will be made in Detroit and sold in America – a change from previous vehicles, which had been made only for the Asian markets.
Mahindra is no stranger to creating trucks, its held the license for Willys Jeeps since 1947, and it’s taken that manufacturing knowledge into this creation. Equipped with 5-speed manual transmission and a 2.5-liter inline engine that puts out 62 horsepower, it’s officially an off-road only vehicle, so it only has a top speed of 45mph. There’s no release date as of yet, but it will have a retail price of between $15,549 USD to $18,999 USD.
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