Mahindra still embroiled in legal dispute, U.S. pickup hopes not looking good
Global Vehicles has since found itself on the raw end of a class action lawsuit with the company's network of more than 350 dealers alleging that they've spent over $60 million in dealership rights and capital improvements. Those dealers are now seeking compensation for breach of contract among other offenses. The plaintiffs want a jury trial on the matter.
It may be years before that case wraps up, which means we may never actually see the Mahindra T Series on our shores. Still, given that the truck returns such disappointing fuel economy, that may not be such a bad thing.
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