Mahindra & Mahindra announced
that its Small Commercial Vehicle (SCV) cargo and van platform, Supro, has completed
three years on Indian roads and has over 70,000 customers since launch. To
celebrate the Supro’s 3rd anniversary, the company has offered a segment first,
three years/80,000 km warranty and three years /80,000 km free maintenance
offer on Supro Maxitruck and Supro Minitruck.
The Supro platform consists of
16 variants with diesel, CNG and electric powertrain options covering a wide
range of customer segments and applications for both cargo and passenger
movement. The Supro range is available with DI diesel engines (26 BHP) and 34 45
BHP, electric motor (34 BHP)) and CNG (25 BHP)) options.
For cargo movement, the Supro
offers a range of products known for delivering class-leading profit to its
customers. Hence, they are known as “Profittrucks”. The Supro range of
“Profittrucks” deliver superior mileage, better payload capacity and low
maintenance costs. Supro cargo variants are available in 7.5 ft deck length
(Minitruck), 8.2 ft deck length (Maxitruck), Cabin-Body-Chassis (CBC) and Cargo
Van. With the recent introduction of the Supro HD Series with strong leaf
spring suspension, the company has registered a 110% growth in volume from
Supro cargo variants.
The Supro Van Range is
available in 5, 7 and 8-seater options in semi-hardtop and hardtop versions.
The Supro van range delivers superior space, comfort and safety, along with
class-leading mileage for its customers. Supro’s versatile range of vans cater
to family usage, contract carriage, stage carriage and school & staff
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