Mahindra Rolls Out 1,00,000th Jeeto Load Mini Truck In India

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Mahindra and Mahindra right now introduced rolling out the 1,00,000th unit of the Mahindra Jeeto Load in India. First launched within the 12 months 2015, this 12 months additionally marks the car finishing 4 years within the Indian market, and it has been one of many widespread extra selections in sub-1-tonne payload class. Mahindra affords the Jeeto Load mini truck in a number of product purposes for various companies within the last-mile items transportation phase.

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Speaking in regards to the newest milestone, Satinder Bajwa, Vice President – Small Industrial Automobile, Mahindra and Mahindra stated, “Mahindra Jeeto has been a recreation changer in final mile distribution with its modular vary, unmatched versatility and superior gas effectivity, carrying items throughout totally different segments for the final 4 years. It has all the time been our endeavour to know and tackle the evolving wants of our clients in areas reminiscent of efficiency, consolation, security, reliability and profitability. With 30 per cent extra mileage, it delivers superior worth and fulfils the model promise of bringing prosperity to its clients and enabling them to earn extra and Rise”.

The Mahindra Jeeto Load is powered by a by mDura, an all-new Direct Injection (DI) diesel engine and it is supplied in two energy outputs – 11 bhp and 16 bhp. The pick-up car can be supplied in three totally different deck size choices – 1630mm (5.5ft), 1780mm (6ft) and 1930 mm (6.5ft), and it is out there in two payload capacities – 600 kg and 700 kg. These mixtures can be found throughout a spread of eight variants. The Mahindra Jeeto is claimed to ship a gas effectivity of as much as 33.four kmpl.

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