Mahindra launched the Supro Maxi Truck and the Supro Van at a price of Rs. 4.25 lakh and Rs. 4.38 lakh ex-showroom Thane for the BS III variants.
Supro Maxi Truck
The Maxi Truck is powered by a 909 cc Turbocharged diesel engine producing 45 HP / 98 Nm, mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. It has a max speed of 95 km/h and manages 22.4 km/l.
The truck has a 1,000 kg payload capacity and a 41 sq.ft. cargo box. It has beige interiors with black insers. Unique features of the Supro include air-conditioning, electronic power steering, bottle holder and a mobile charging point.
It is available in 3 colours – Metallic Red, Diamond White and Deep Warm Blue.
This vehicle rivals the Tata Ace and the Tata Ace Mega and is positioned right between these two.
This is an 8-seater van which is powered by the same 909 cc turbocharged diesel engine as the Supro Maxi Truck. Power / torque figures remain identical at 45 HP and 98 Nm, mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox. Even though its top speed remains the same at 95 km/h, it’s even more fuel efficient than the truck at 23.5 km/l.
The van measures 3,798 mm in length, 1,540 in width and 1,922 in height. The van features dual tone interiors, power steering, air-conditioning, bottle holder and a mobile charging socket. It is available in 5 or 8-seater configurations.
It comes in 3 colours – Metallic Lake Side Brown, Deep Warm Blue and Diamond White.
Additionally, both the Van and Maxi Truck get a 2 year / 60,000 km standard warranty. This vehicle goes up against the Maruti Omni and Eeco.
Prices in lakhs for the Van (ex-showroom Thane) for BS III variant are:
ZX: Rs. 4.93
VX: Rs. 4.63
LX: Rs. 4.38
(BS IV prices are Rs. 15,000 more)
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