MAHIN­DRA ROXOR

Diesel World - - Bryon Dorr -

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.

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