Developed one more application on the badge of Maxximo, Mahindra launched the “Maxximo Mini Van VX” school bus starting for Rs. 4.37 lakh ex-showroom Mumbai i.e. without video streaming.
The top-end with the live video streaming cots for Rs. 4.88 lakh ex-showroom Mumbai. In actual it is the same Maxximo underneath the skin powered by a 909cc C2 CRDe diesel engine with 25HP and 55NM of torque, assimilated to a four-speed gearbox. In terms to fulfill the safety norm of school bus regulations of India, the India originated carmaker has engulfed some special features hatched under “Safety Eye” tag. With the safe Eye parents and fleet owners can keep a real time check of the vehicle. And the one with the live streaming, all of them can watch the actual situation inside the school van with video camera that also stores footage of up to 48 hours. Cutting short, the Safe Eye sends SMS to parents and owners if the driver over speed the limit, and or change the route, and takes a non-scheduled stop. Based on the safety norm provided by Supreme Court of India for the school buses, the Maxximo Mini Van VX is engulfed by a slatted grille on the window, fire extinguisher, breaking hammer, first-aid box, child lock and other such features.
The Mahindra Maxximo Mini Van VX is launched in the BSIV category and is based on the monocoque chassis for a car-like comfortable ride. The seven passenger seating capacity with twin seats planted opposite to each other does its job blissfully with more cushioned seating base and under-seat storing capacity for school bags. Wide opened gates let easy and exit, while the kids can also hand their bottles on the bottle holder inside the van.
That’s not all; the fleet owners are also entitled some yearly savings on it comparatively over the petrol ones. Yet, their immediate savings would be the fuel-economy with the returns of 20km/l.