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Old 03-03-2009, 09:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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New Mahindra diesel pickup coming to USA this year

You won't be towing any 32' toy haulers with this but it sort of appeals to me.

Mahindra: Mahindra Pickup Trucks Hitting U.S. Shores This Year?
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Old 03-03-2009, 09:56 AM   #2 (permalink)
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You won't be towing any 32' toy haulers with this
Trust me... someone will try it. When gas prices sky rocketed last year I saw all sorts of scary towing on the big weekends out here.

Otherwise it does look interesting.
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Old 03-03-2009, 10:14 AM   #3 (permalink)
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i would buy one for the farm pending the price
is good - kind of ugly in a good way LOL

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Thats one ugly looking truck
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I did some work for a guy on a farm that had several tractors, and the Mahindra he has is his favorite by far he told me. He says it is really well built and not overpriced.
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What the heck, I would try it. At least its a diesel.
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i dont think my leg would fit in that tiny little thing
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Old 03-03-2009, 02:22 PM   #9 (permalink)
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Looks like a Toyota in the front and the old Ford courie Bed...

I would buy one so my Girlfriend can stay out of my truck LOL

Shes to small to even see over the dash...That Little truck should be just right for her...and haul her potting soil :~) a bag of potting soil should be a load LOL :~)

You guys will be surprised at how many sale if they price it right!

38" tires would make it look like Big Foot hahahahahaha
and still be within the lift law bumper wise LOL

I Just Noticed the steering wheel is on the Right side :~( I wonder if they are gonna have it on the left side for trucks shipped to the US ?

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here's the SUV
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"We're not able to announce pricing yet (for the diesel hybrid) but we're not expecting it to be, say, $10,000 more (than the diesel-only pickup). Probably several thousand more," says Mr. Perez.

Mr. Perez has previously stated the diesel-only pickup would start at $22,000.

The diesel-only truck will use a slightly modified version of Mahindra's recently introduced 'mHawk' 2.2-liter inline four cylinder diesel engine, that debuted in India in the Scorpio SUV.

Mr. Perez estimates the U.S. version of the mHawk will have power ratings in the range of 145-horsepower to 150-horsepower and approximately 300 pound-feet of torque, though the numbers haven't been finalized. The mHawk was designed in cooperation with diesel engineering firms Bosch and AVL specifically with the American pickup market in mind.

The American mHawk will be paired with a standard six-speed automatic transmission, a floor mounted console shifter, and steering wheel mounted paddles to manually shift the gearbox.

"I'm really happy about this diesel," says Mr. Perez. "This is a market that nobody is going to be in for at least three of four years. We're going to be able to give small businesses a truck that can get 30 to 35 miles-per-gallon, and with a diesel engine that's durable. It's a $40,000 truck that we're going to sell in the mid-$20,000s. This is not Chinese junk."

And it will be able to haul too. Mahindra promises the truck will be able to carry a very sizeable 1.3-ton (2,600-lb) payload in its 7.5-foot cargo box. By comparison, the 2008 Toyota Tacoma has a max payload rating of 1,685-lbs and the 2008 Dodge Dakota has a max payload of 1,720-lbs.

The trucks will come with a 60,000-mile, four year bumper-to-bumper warranty.
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Its made in India, just like Ford tractors since the 1960s,

Shouldn't be that bad.
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