continually improving as vehicles roll off the assembly line in Michigan. The fourand-a-half-slot front grille isn’t exactly pretty either, but it does get around Jeep’s trademark on the 7-slot design.
The ROXOR’S Future
While the ROXOR just hit the market in early spring, Mahindra already has big plans for the platform. There should be a flat tow option sorted for the ROXOR very soon, which should impress the RV crowd and bring the buy-in price down for everyone, as a trailer won’t be needed to get it to the trail head or OHV area. A PTO is already integrated into the transfer case, and on the next generation ROXOR it should be a fully usable power take-off system, opening the door for a full host of tools for ranchers and farmers.
Future versions of the ROXOR are in the works already that will make all offroad, hunting, fishing, ranch and farm customers happy. Rock crawler, desert racing, farm tools and hunting versions of the ROXOR should be on the market soon. Mahindra plans to offer a new ROXOR model every six months, with a wide variety of new accessories every four months.
The interior is minimalistic, ready for whatever you want to add to it, but comfortable.