Mahindra Diwali Offers On XUV300, XUV500, Bolero, Scorpio And Others For October 2020

Cash discount stretches up to Rs 2.20 lakh on a Mahindra car this October

  • Mahindra is offering benefits of up to Rs 3.06 lakh on the Alturas G4.

  • Apart from the Bolero, all models get additional offers of up to Rs 20,000.

  • Maximum exchange bonus of Rs 50,000 on the Alturas G4.

  • No offers on the newly launched second-gen Mahindra Thar

  • All offers are valid until October 31.

Mahindra is offering several benefits and discounts for the festive season on all models except the recently launched second-gen Thar. Unlike the past month, the XUV300 and Alturas G4 are also being offered with additional discounts. All offers are valid until October 31. Let’s take a look:

Models

Cash Discount

Exchange Bonus

Corporate Discount

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Mahindra launches electric auto Treo in Telangana

Mahindra Electric Mobility has launched its new electric three-wheeler Mahindra Treo in Telangana at ₹2.7 lakh ex-showroom post FAME subsidies.

The new Mahindra Treo electric auto is now completely designed and developed in India and offers best-in-class performance with higher speed of 55 kmph, better acceleration from 0-20 kmph in just 2.3 seconds and best-in-class gradeability of 12.7 degree.

Mahindra Treo can save an owner up to ₹45,000/year, the company stated. The Treo is available with a low down payment scheme of just ₹50,000 from Mahindra Finance and low interest rate scheme of 10.8 per cent from State Bank of India. Mahindra Treo comes with exchange bonus of ₹5,000.

Mahesh Babu, MD & CEO, Mahindra Electric, said, “The recently-announced Telangana EV policy by Chief Minister K Chandrasekar Rao will ensure EVs are more accessible and affordable in the state. In line with the government’s vision to promote e-mobility, we are

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Kia, Toyota, Hero MotoCorp and Mahindra better than others on dealers’ satisfaction



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Automakers such as Kia Motors, Toyota Kirloskar, Audi, Hero MotoCorp and Mahindra have met expectations of their dealers relatively better than the others, according to a study done by Fada in association with PremonAsia, a consumer insight-led consulting and advisory firm. The study was conducted to gauge how satisfied dealers had been in the Covid-19 times in the aspect of engagement with the OEMs. It found that all segments of the market (from four-wheelers to two-wheelers) have recorded a weak satisfaction score below 600 on a 1,000 point maximum, given that no one could have been prepared in advance for handling such a calamity. However, OEMs like Kia Motors and Toyota Kirloskar (for the 4W mass market), Audi (4W luxury), Hero MotoCorp (2W) and Mahindra (CV small & light) have met expectations of their dealers relatively better than the others.

A common thread lies

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