Devendra Fadnavis, Chief
Minister, Government of Maharashtra, flagged off Mahindra TUV300s from the Mumbai
Police Commissioner’s office at Fort, Mumbai. These TUV300s are part of the 195
TUV300 vehicle that have been recently inducted into the Mumbai Police fleet.
The Mahindra TUV300 vehicles
are the newest addition to the patrolling vehicle fleet of Mumbai Police. The
TUV300, an SUV, offers spacious seating for 7 people. The TUV300’s strong built
and powerful mHAWK100 engine fit perfectly with the requirements posed by
Mahindra vehicles have a
legacy of associating with India's military and paramilitary forces and have a
proven record in various operations of military and paramilitary forces.
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