Mahindra Thar 2010 - Present
Mahindra THAR is one of the most affordable 4x4 SUVs in India.
It was launched in 2010 to replace the Mahindra MM540 model.
Latest News about Mahindra
We welcome the arrival of the new Mazda3 with open arms. Here is a compact family car that's been designed with the driver in mind, something rarely seen in this world of disconnected steering systems. This video from Mazda themselves shows their hatchback is not only a brand new car, but also has heritage be... Continue Reading →
This 2008 Lamborghini Murcielago LP640-4 Roadster is a rap music video queen. It used to belong to Rick Ross, who proudly displayed it in many of his old swag-tastic music videos. However, Rick Ross and his Lambo have parted ways and now a company from West Palm Beach, Florida, has put it on sale. For $210,000,... Continue Reading →
For those of you who aren't familiar with the Mahindra Verito Vibe, we'll remind you it's a shortened version of the Verito sedan, which is a rebadged version of the Dacia Logan built under license from Renault. We've been following this indian chop job for a while now, partly because we'... Continue Reading →
We've been following this all-Indian project for quite some time now. Long story short, Mahindra&Mahindra is working on a new budget car model that would fit into the sub 4 meter segment, but instead of starting from scratch they used an existing chassis. As you've probably noticed, it's the fir... Continue Reading →
Ever wondered what the Dacia Logan would look like as a hatchback? Of course you didn't, since the Romania budged brand was kind enough to actually sell such a car in the form of the Sandero. But the 'clever' Indians at Mahindra wanted their own version of the Logan that's less than 4 meters l... Continue Reading →
The Indian government offers tax benefits for cars that are shorter than than four meters. There are, of course, bespoke models from Maruti Suzuki and Tata that look just fine to us, but Mahindra decided to chop the boot off the Verito sedan and make it shorter. Yes, instead of asking Renault for the Dacia Sandero, t... Continue Reading →
As we reported a few weeks ago, Aston Martin is up for grabs, and the most serious bidder is India’s Mahindra and Mahindra. They have announced that they want to finish the job of buying out the famed British luxury automaker by the end of the week. Apparently, they managed to surpass an offer of £250-... Continue Reading →