Mahindra Announces New Scheme
The Mahindra Truck and Bus (MTB) division, the Mahindra Group’s commercial vehicle business, has announced the start of a “Get Highest Mileage or Give Truck Back” guarantee scheme for its full BS6 truck range. The business says that its BS6 line of heavy, intermediate, and light commercial vehicles will provide the maximum mileage of any truck in their respective class under this guarantee scheme. Customers can also return the vehicle if it does not provide best-in-class mpg. Models such as the Blazo X HCV, Furio ICV, and LCV models such as the Furio7 and Jayo will be eligible for the mileage guarantee. (Zolpidem)
Veejay Nakra, Chief Executive Officer, Mahindra & Mahindra Limited’s Automotive Sector, stated of the guarantee programme, ” “With gas prices on the rise, there’s never been a better moment to establish this Customer Value Proposition. I am confident that it will reinforce our customers’ faith in Mahindra’s capacity to develop technologically innovative, class-leading products and raise the bar for the Indian CV sector, while also demonstrating our commitment to the category.”
About The Guarantee Scheme
With the Blazo X HCV truck, the ‘Get More Mileage or Give Back Truck’ guarantee programme was initially presented in 2016. Mahindra has sold over 33,000 Blazo X trucks since then, with the manufacturer claiming that none have been returned. In addition to Mahindra’s iMAXX Telematics solution, the BS6 line of vehicles features the company’s FuelSmart Technology, Mild EGR with Bosch After Treatment System, which results in lower Ad Blue Consumption. All of these, according to the business, help to provide class-leading mileage. The company’s 7.2-litre mPower engine powers the HCV series, while the mDi Tech engine powers the I&LCV versions.
After Sales Offer
While the mileage guarantee will apply to the new BS6 range, Mahindra also offers two special after-sales service guarantees to its present (and future) customers. First, Mahindra guarantees to get the truck back on the road in 48 hours, and if that doesn’t happen, the owner would be reimbursed Rs. 1000 every day until the truck is ready. Second, for jobs completed at a dealership workshop, the corporation promises a 36-hour turnaround time. If the vehicle is still not ready after that, the customer will be paid Rs. 3000 per day.
Currently, the company has a wide service and spares network comprising over 90 3S dealerships, 210 authorised service centres, a spares network of 1,600 retail outlets and 34 strategically located M Parts Plazas.
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