Originally Posted by generalmax
Mahindra better make the TUV good. Do they know that you are here in TAI
? Just imagine the time required to kill this product if it don't get to the expectation of Mr.Vipul .Saw that you caught them in the ad,so you will definitely grill them in actual. I congratulate you on your faith in Mahindra. My experience with Bolero and Xylo was good and I still don't know why our people like Innova,which is priced 50% extra, rather than the Xylo
.I know you like to promote Indian products and that is a good thing.I pray the product is as good as your faith. All the best!
Saarji this statement can offend an Innova owner like me who has a love for his car. Still, driving a 2.2 mHawk Xylo is a brillant experience the Innova can't match. I am hoping that they will put forward a good product. Actually the ownership review of IR and the experience with Scorpio S10 has helped me gain confidence in Mahindra; rest lets see how things go. BTW
, I am still not sure if I will buy this vehicle; a thorough TD and prices will decide it and I will prefer to pick the vehicle in October or Nov beginning, that much time will be enough to see the initial response and niggles.
Originally Posted by Iron Rock
Thats a hilarious catch, even Anand Mahindra would have put his foot in his mouth looking at this post.
It's already tweeted to him, no response till now. Maybe he has responded to the advertiser. BTW
I was watching the video in 1080p and then noticed that at 5th second the components start flying
Originally Posted by Sakthivel Rajendran
Congratulations on your booking. AMT should be a good choice but my concern is that, most of the Mahindra products are known to be plagued with niggling issues at the time of launch. It happened with Scorpio, XUV and Armada( it got re-launched as bolero after they ironed out all the issues). I think duster 4*4 should be a safe bet with its exceptional Ride & handling qualities and a decent off-roader too.
Saarji please read the response given to @Generalmax
I am interested in only AMT and given the fact that M&M is good at drivetrain and mechanicals, I doubt there will be as much issues as there were in initial batches of 'all electronic' XUV. Since 8 months we are driving a Scorpio S10 and we have nothing to complain, that is enough to put some faith on Mahindra; isnt it?
Why not Duster? Because I am not eyeing to have a car for even a year and I don't need a full size SUV either. Tried my luck with Yeti but haven't found one, thought Q3 but didn't wanted to spend 20 lac for no reason. This is a gamble that I can play easily, hardly 8-10 lac are at stake and resale value, even if poor will still be 6-7 in a year. One thing for sure though, if it costs around 12 lac for top end AMT then I will be buying a Duster 4X4.Was planning to buy a Fortuner 4X4 A/T in May but waiting period was high and I haven't found it reasonable to take a new one in August or Sept when new one is heading to India within a year, adding to this the sheer size of Fortuner won't suit our village road needs either.
Originally Posted by Nanofreak
Congrats Vipul, that was quick, any color options given? where in Lucknow?.
Looking forward to your TD report
Thanks a lot sirji, it was planned and I needed a compact vehicle which can take rough roads and still keep me in better comfort than what Bolero offers.
Color I booked is red, rest pandit ji will decide the color (That's the ironical part).
I am driving to Lucknow tonight, you also there?