Indian automobile giant Mahindra & Mahindra has pocketed 3200 bookings for its renowned compact sport utility vehicle, the Quanto.
By the end of the existing year (2012), the company will begin offering the highly anticipated Mahindra Quanto in export markets crosswise the world.
Carrying a price tag between Rs 5.99 lakh and Rs 7.57 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), the company’s compact sport utility vehicle Mahindra Quanto will be obtainable in four trim intensities.
The vehicle is a sub-four metre car, turning it one of the smallest sport utility vehicles in India, is catered by a 1.5 litre diesel engine, producing a maximum power of 100 bhp with the utmost torc of 240 Nm.
The sport utility vehicle boasts an ARAI certified of 17.2 km/litre. The vehicle is made on a body-on-ladder framework took up from the Xylo MPV.
Cars or sport utility vehicles, which measures up to 4ms in length meet the requirements for 12 per cent excise tax. The company presently makes the Xylo utility vehicle on the identical Ingenio stage.
The compact sport utility vehicle is catered by a 1.5 Liter, double turbocharged, 3 cylinder diesel engine, which offers up 100 Bhp of maximum power and 240 nanometer of peak torque.
The Mahindra Quanto engine is coupled to a 5pace manual gear case that drives the back wheels of this sport utility vehicle.
In the near future, Mahindra also proposes to roll out an all wheel drive edition of the vehicle that is projected to be catered by a more potent diesel engine.