The New-gen Mahindra Thar which is launched a few months ago, now at the latest round of the global NCAP crash testing under the #safercarsforindia campaign. The New-gen Mahindra thar performs exceptionally well.
- New-gen Thar scores 4 stars out of 5 for adult occupant
- Also scored 4 stars out of 5 for child occupant as well
- Powered by 2.2 Litre Diesel and 2.0 Litre petrol engine
The New-gen Mahindra Thar awarded with 4 stars out of 5 for the adult occupant as well as for the child occupant. Mahindra Thar scores 12.52 marks out of 17 for adult occupant and 41.11 out of 49.00 for the child occupant category. It comes on the back that recent crash tests of Mahindra vehicles from XUV300 to Marazzo all perform extremely well and received good marks at crash tests at global NCAP. The tested Mahindra Thar has two frontal airbags, as standard comes with every variant and the tested conducted at 64 kmph speed including offset deformable barrier test.
Under the #safercarsforindia campaign, the Mahindra XUV300 registered a five out of five-star crash rating and evaluated as the safest Indian compact-SUV car tested by GNCAP with the highest cumulative score. Marazzo also registered 4 stars crash test ratings at global NCAP. The home-produced vehicles by manufacturers Mahindra and Tata pushing boundaries with their latest vehicle crash test report card and GNCAP ratings show the structural strength inlining with globally accompanied models.
The New-gen Mahindra Thar powered with 2 engine option. First 2.0 Litre mStallion petrol engine which generates 150 PS of maximum power output and 320 Nm of peak torque. The other engine option is a 2.2 Litre mHawk diesel engine which is capable of producing 130 PS of maximum power output and 320 Nm of peak torque when mated with a standard 6-speed manual gearbox and an optional 6-speed torque converter automatic transmission gearbox. Since the launch, the off-roader SUV has gained a lot of buzzes and already sold out for the year. The car already gained 20,000 bookings in India and Mahindra increased their production capacity to meet the growing demand.