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    Report: Mahindra sued by U.S. distributor over pickup delays

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    According to the Hindustan Times, Global Vehicles, the Atlanta-based company that is slated to be the exclusive U.S. distributor for Mahindra & Mahindra vehicles, alleges that more than $95 million has been spent on getting the ...

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    Report: Mahindra set to start due diligence on Ssangyong Motor Co.

    Korean automaker maker Ssangyong Motor Co, which has been in receivership since January, 2009, has several suitors interested in purchasing its struggling operations, including utility vehicle builder Mahindra & Mahindra. Reuters reports that the Indian automaker plans to do its due diligence ...

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    Mahindra, Reva announce partnership leading future electric vehicles

    Turns out, that so-called "person with direct knowledge" was right. Mahindra and Reva have announced a collaboration to form a new company called Mahindra Reva Electric Vehicle Company that will see Reva's electric powertrain technology put into Mahindra & Mahindra vehicles. Mahindra will ...

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    Report: Mahindra pickups could hit U.S. in under 90 days

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    Plagued by a series of setbacks, delays, and that little thing called "the chicken tax," Mahindra has yet to receive EPA Tier 2 Bin 5 federal emissions certification for its TR20 and TR40 pickups. But man, they must be getting ...

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    Report: Mahindra may look to freeze joint venture with Renault

    In India, the Dacia Logan is sold as the Mahindra Logan, manufactured as part of a joint venture between Mahindra and Renault. Observers suggest, though, that because the Mahindra Logan isn't selling well, the Indian company will wind down its involvement in the joint venture. If Mahinda does ...

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    Report: Mahindra dealers still waiting, pickups still not EPA approved

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    According to Pawan Goenka, Mahindra's president for global automotive, vehicle testing that would provide EPA approval for the Indian automaker's upcoming diesel-powered, 30-mile-per-gallon pickup truck "is taking a bit longer than ...

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    Report: Mahindra to set U.S. Pik-Up launch date in next few weeks

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    Tired of waiting around for an official launch date for the hotly anticipated (in certain circles, at least) compact diesel pickup truck from Indian automaker Mahindra? Good news, then. According to a report from Automotive News, the ...

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    Report: Mahindra looks to import Scorpio SUV by end of 2010

    Mahindra has had its fair share of issues and delays in bringing its TR20 and TR40 diesel-powered compact pickup trucks to market here in the United States, but it seems that experience hasn't turned the Indian automaker off from a planned launch of its Scorpio SUV in America by the end of this ...

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    Will a Chinese or Indian automaker scrap the traditional dealer model?

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    With the possible exception of a trip to the dentist, visiting a car dealership is the least pleasant activity in which we participate. Unless you walk in with mound of cash, you can be sure that using their cruel four square method, U.S. dealers ...

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    Report: Mahindra pondering shacking up with Navistar to build pickups in U.S.

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    The Chicken Tax strikes again? When Indian automaker Mahindra first decided to sell its oft-delayed compact diesel pickups here in the United States, the company said it planned to assemble the trucks from knock-down kits imported ...

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    Mahindra distributor reportedly says first U.S. models to hit market in spring

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    Starting to wonder if the Mahindra TR20 (two-door) and TR40 (four-door) small pickups will ever come to market here in the States? You're not alone. Though our Magic 8 Ball still tells us it's likely that the compact trucks will indeed make ...

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    REPORT: Mahindra out shopping for new U.S. pickup factory

    Indian vehicle maker Mahindra is looking for a way to avoid import taxes when it puts its pickup truck and Scorpio sport utility on the U.S. market sometime in 2010, so it's no surprise that Automotive News is reporting that the manufacturer is on the hunt for a stateside assembly location. ...

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    Mahindra's 30-mpg diesel-powered Pik-Up gets driven

    Mike Levine over at got a chance to drive the Mahindra Pik-Up regular cab with a 7-foot bed and lived to say rather good things about it. He drove the 2.5-liter diesel spec that is a generation behind what we'll get here, so actual driving impressions are moot. The real story ...

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    U.S. Mahindra pickup reportedly stalled until February

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    It's apparently tougher than Mahindra first thought to break into the American pickup truck market. According to a report by, Pawan Goenka, Mahindra's president of automotive operations, told reporters in India, "We will ...

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    REPORT: Mahindra capitalizes on Detroit 3 dealer closings, picks up new outlets

    Many communities have felt the sting of closing dealerships, but it appears for some that capitalism Mahindra is coming to the rescue. The Indian truck manufacturer is sweeping in to sign up recently booted Chrysler dealers to sell their fuel efficient diesel pickups. Mahindra is hoping to soon ...

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    Your chance to be among the first to test drive a new Mahindra pickup

    Are you holding out for a Mahindra trucks and wondering how they stack up against more established brands? Then you need to head on over to Mahindra's Web site and sign up for some seat time. Mahindra importer Global Vehicles is all set for a fourth-quarter 2009 launch of their first offerings from ...

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    Appalachian Breakdown: Mahindra to dump regional pickup name for alphanumerics?

    Rather than get all hung up on what's in a model name, Mahindra may want U.S. consumers to become more familiar with the new-to-America brand itself. Initially, the Indian automaker's mid-sized pickups were expected to carry the "Appalachian" moniker when they came to America, but now, ...

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    First Mahindra pickups in U.S. will be assembled in India, not Ohio

    Mahindra's plan to launch its midsize pickups in the United States has taken another interesting turn, as the Indian automaker now plans to assemble the first U.S.-bound units at home and not in Ohio as originally planned. The change means that Mahindra will now be forced to pay the 25% federal ...

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    Mahindra profits tank 99% amidst currency woes

    You think that General Motors and Chrysler are in trouble? Take a look at India's largest SUV-maker, Mahindra. It posted a whopping 99% drop in profits last quarter due to the double blow of a 26% sales dip and a "currency loss."The lack of interested car buyers is an all-too-familiar theme, but ...

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    Mahindra delays launch in U.S. to late 2009

    Truck shoppers hoping to grab a Mahindra pickup early next year are gonna have to wait a little longer. It seems the challenges of bringing an India-made vehicle to the U.S. are difficult, and the vehicles now won't go on sale in the U.S. before the fourth quarter of 2009. Even though 324 dealers ...


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