The Genesis of Commercial Vehicles in India
A commercial vehicle can be simply defined as a type of motor vehicle that is mainly used for transportation, usually for goods or sometimes even people (nine people being the limit), in case of generic commercial vehicles. A vehicle is usually designated as “commercial” when it is registered to a company. This is somewhat a generic definition, since commercial vehicles are also quite often used as fleet vehicles, company cars, as well as those used for business purposes.
Mahindra Commercial Vehicles
When we talk about Indian commercial vehicles, Mahindra is undoubtedly the first name that comes to anyone’s mind. Mahindra and Mahindra (M&M) were the first company to introduce India to commercial utility vehicles. Even after 67 years, Mahindra still stands as one of India’s premium Commercial Utility Vehicle (CUV) makers. M&M not only offers cars but also electric vehicles, pick-ups, and several other types of commercial vehicles.
Mahindra periodically comes up with many automotive innovations in order to attend to all your transportation requirements. Their CUVs meet all the global requirements, such as End of Life Vehicles Directive (ELV), ensuring the same dismantling and recycling of fluids, thereby meeting the recycling target of 85%.
Mahindra takes immense pride in its setup of CUVs, which have provided services for several entrepreneurs starting up their own small businesses and required transportation of products from one place to another. Here are some of Mahindra’s famous CUVs that are favoured by most Indians.
- Mahindra Alfa
- Mahindra Trucks and Buses
- Mahindra Bolero Pick-Up
- Mahindra Genio
- Mahindra Loadking
- Mahindra Maxximo Plus
- Mahindra Tourister Buses