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Old 08-22-2010, 05:36 PM
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i am buying 2 door and 4 door well i think you all know where i am going long box 4 door
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Old 09-16-2010, 02:34 PM
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Is the TR20 EVER coming to America?
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Old 10-08-2010, 10:06 AM
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I own a Mahindra tractor and I do like it! It is a good solid tractor with much of its design foundation based on the old IH tractors. I am anxious for the Mahindra trucks, TR20 and TR40, plus the Scorpio SUV to finally make it to the USA. The trucks should be good solid vehicles, based on my experience with their tractors. I have been looking quite some time for affordable deisel vehicles like these but to no avail.

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Im surprised how many people have said the want reg cab me too.Its nice to have the room to fully recline the seat but that happens so fue times I would go for bed space especially with the GVW.I was surprised to read it has a tortion bar IFS,I love that on my Chevy.Sad that only 20% will be reg cab I think that is a big mistake,even if more Americans prefer crew cab the best way for Mahindra to establish themselves is with work trucks and move up to SUV like pickups.These would take over the deliverie buisness(like UPS ,FED EX ,UPS.When a economacal van (diesel)became avalilable FED EX bought 7/8ths of the stock before they even got here.Im talking about the Sprinter Van a Dodge that was really a Mercedes.
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I dont really understand why people are so up on the crew cab Mahindra if you want a crew cab you buy one now from Toyota , Nissan , GMC and Chevrolet minus the diesel .
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I dont really understand why people are so up on the crew cab Mahindra if you want a crew cab you buy one now from Toyota , Nissan , GMC and Chevrolet minus the diesel .
The last three words of your statement pretty much answer your own query.
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Hiluxxulih said:

I dont really understand why people are so up on the crew cab Mahindra if you want a crew cab you buy one now from Toyota , Nissan , GMC and Chevrolet minus the diesel .

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The last three words of your statement pretty much answer your own query.
To paraphrase michigandon - That is why this forum exists!

Raise your hands if you want to buy a diesel-powered full-sized crew-cab pickup truck for $52,000....


C'mon! SOMEBODY raise your hand - please????

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hiluxxulih said:

i dont really understand why people are so up on the crew cab mahindra if you want a crew cab you buy one now from toyota , nissan , gmc and chevrolet minus the diesel .

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To paraphrase michigandon - that is why this forum exists!

Raise your hands if you want to buy a diesel-powered full-sized crew-cab pickup truck for $52,000....


C'mon! Somebody raise your hand - please????

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In an ideal world a TR30, extended cab, would be my choice. Best combination of cab and box space IMHO.

But we won't see a TR30 and it's becoming more questionable if even a TR20 will be available. Am now beginning to plan for a 2012 Jeep Pickup with a long shot hope that it could have a light diesel.

As for the gas'ers in the real or possible small pickup market . . . if something like the Ford eco-boost was available; near diesel torque, near diesel MPG then that would be acceptable.
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In an ideal world a TR30, extended cab, would be my choice. Best combination of cab and box space IMHO.

But we won't see a TR30 and it's becoming more questionable if even a TR20 will be available. Am now beginning to plan for a 2012 Jeep Pickup with a long shot hope that it could have a light diesel.

As for the gas'ers in the real or possible small pickup market . . . if something like the Ford eco-boost was available; near diesel torque, near diesel MPG then that would be acceptable.
The "TR30" would be ideal for me.The extra room behind the seats and still a decent size pickup box.The jeep truck if it's anything like the one they flaunted around since 05 would really fit the bill,especially if we could get it with a diesel.In fact,I'm holding out for that very vehicle.If push comes to shove,I'll take it with a gasser if there is no other choices made by anybody for sale here.Why does something so simple have to be so damned difficult to get?
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