Articles about Mahindra

From tractors to looms
We've always wondered how marques manage to come up with new tech and toys every year, trying to outdo the competition. And it's not like competition and consumer options are whittling down.In fact, despite urban traffic and the continuous
It's built for the rough stuff
It's easy to forget that cars are tools designed to serve a purpose. As enthusiasts, we often lose sight of that due to the allure of horsepower, lap times, in-car technology, and all those wonderful spec-sheet add-ons that
A throwback to '90s SUVs
I have always been proud of the fact that I am willing and happy to drive any new car once. There's just something cool about operating a vehicle you've never experienced before, and I believe the mere act of trying
A robust, no-frills workhorse
When I was assigned to review the Mahindra Enforcer 4x4 Double Cab by my editors, the "Pare, pulis ako" jokes came loud and often (mostly from you - editors). It didn't help that it was parked in our building's basement across
A head-turning oddity
If you're viewing this on a mobile device and can't see the video, please click here.Whether you want to admit it or not, the Mahindra Enforcer piques your curiosity. At first, I thought I was alone in my amazement.
More than just a police vehicle
When I was assigned to drive and review the Mahindra Enforcer, the 'Pare, pulis ako' jokes came in droves. It didn't help that the test unit was white with big red lettering across the top. This pickup is...well, different from
Now that's dedication
Last year, CAC Mahindra-the Indian carmaker's local distributor-won the bid to provide a fleet of vehicles for official use by the Philippine National Police. Since then, the Mahindra Enforcer has been an increasingly common sight on our country's
A step forward for the Indian carmaker
When Indian car manufacturer Mahindra first arrived in the Philippines, company officials proudly declared that its products were aimed toward regular Filipinos and businesses. Lofty goals at the time, but one which the brand seemed determined to achieve.Fast-forward to more
Do these look Indian-designed to you?
So Mahindra recently released three concept designs for its Formula E race car. We have to say they look pretty good. Actually, scratch that. They look pretty damn good.Surprised? We don't blame you. Here in the Philippines, the company is
Proudly Indian-made
The subcompact crossover segment is one of the fastest-growing segments globally. One popular example is the Ford EcoSport, which is selling like hotcakes in its primary markets, particularly in India and the Philippines. In fact, the segment is so popular that
Assure they are committed to PH
Mahindra, India's leading SUV manufacturer, has officially made its way to the Philippines with three new showrooms in Manila. A press conference was held earlier this week, wherein top executives from both Mahindra and Asianbrands Motors Corporation (AMC), Mahindra's local
Will team be as tough as it sounds?
The Kia Carnival PBA team is no more. Well, at least in name. Philippine Basketball Association fans will now be referring to the expansion team as the Mahindra Enforcers--named after the rugged Indian utility vehicle recently chosen by the Philippine National
Including PNP's vehicle of choice
We already knew that Mahindra was supplying our Philippine National Police with 1,470 units of the Enforcer SUV, but we didn't know what the Indian carmaker's plans were for the civilian market. Until last night, that is.In a
Company executive slams accusations
Even before Mahindra could turn over the first batch of Enforcer patrol units for Philippine National Police's use, critics rushed to conclusions and hurled accusations of corruption against the Indian carmaker. That the allocated budget for said patrol vehicles was P1.
Check out the official livery
As we've already reported, Indian commercial vehicle manufacturer Mahindra has secured the supplier contract for the Philippine National Police's patrol fleet. Today, CAC Mahindra--the official name of the carmaker's local distributor--showed off the new PNP vehicle, which
Mahindra wins early bid for 560 units
The Philippine National Police is purchasing a lot of vehicles this year so that our valiant cops can serve us better. The total number of said vehicles apparently includes 560 units already awarded to a supplier earlier this year, and another 1,
Hopefully within the year
Mahindra, an Indian automobile company, is coming to the Philippines soon. Talks about this development have been circulating around the industry for a while now, but it was only today that a key executive involved in the project spoke about it openly
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