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Mahindra Pik-Up Launched 'Rock Bottom' Sale Mahindra Pik-Up Launched 'Rock Bottom' Sale

Mahindra Automotive Australia (MAA) today launched a national “Rock Bottom” Sale on its entire range of Pik-Ups, where EVERY Mahindra will be on sale. Amazing deals are being offered by new dealers in Western Australia and the dealer network in Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland on all 4x4, 4x2, cab chassis, single or dual cab Mahindra Pik-Up variants, with savings up to $3,000 across the full range. Free alloy wheels will also be available on selected models during this time.

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2009 Mahindra Pik-Up Goes on Sale - (Australia) 2009 Mahindra Pik-Up Goes on Sale - (Australia)

Mahindra Automotive Australia (MAA) today announced a first ever sale on its entire range of vehicles in an end of model run out. Sensational deals are being offered by dealers across Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland on all 4x2, 4x4, cab chassis, single or dual cab Mahindra Pik-Up variants, with prices starting at $16,990 plus on-road costs. Claire Tynan, CEO, MAA said, “We will be making an announcement shortly about our model plans, so this is the perfect time for Australian...

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2009 Mahindra Cab Chassis Variant Launches - (Australia) 2009 Mahindra Cab Chassis Variant Launches - (Australia)

Mahindra Automotive Australia (MAA), a recently formed joint venture between Mahindra and Mahindra India and TMI Pacific, today announced the arrival of its new cab/chassis variant, further expanding their utility vehicle range available to Australian drivers. The only one of its kind, the cab/chassis was developed by Indian auto giant Mahindra & Mahindra specifically for the local market, adding versatility to the ‘value for money’ Pik-Up offering. Claire Tynan, CEO, MAA said,...

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Review: 2008 Mahindra Pik-Up 4x4 CRDe Dual Cab Turbo Diesel Review: 2008 Mahindra Pik-Up 4x4 CRDe Dual Cab Turbo Diesel

The Mahindra Pik up reminds me of some of the utilities from the 80’s, now don’t get me wrong this isn’t a bad thing. Approaching the Mahindra Pik-up you feel like you’re about to drive something between a ute and a light truck, and after driving around town and the bush that’s exactly what it is. As you can probably guess the Mahindra is from India, and although it might be a small brand in Australia its one of the largest in India. Indian manufacturing means a lot of engineering goes into...

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