The demand for the recently launched New Generation Mahindra Thar is continuously increasing.
Meanwhile, it has been rated excellent by Global NCAP in crash test. Now along with the look, this car has also proved to be strong in terms of safety.
The Global New Car Assessment Program (NCAP) test tests the safety features of the car and makes sure that the car’s accident is seen to be safe.
How many ratings?
In the NCAP Test, the new Mahindra Thar has been given a four out of five star rating, which is quite good in terms of safety.
Let us know that during the NCAP test, the head and neck of the driver and passenger in the car got very good protection and they did not suffer any damage due to the accident.
Apart from the head and neck, the driver as well as the passenger’s chest also got adequate protection. For this reason, the car has been given a four star rating.
Also got good rating in child safety
Along with this, Thar also performed well in the case of child safety in the crash test of NCAP.
After getting this test and good rating, customer confidence will increase more on Mahindra Thar.
Let me tell you that not only Mahindra’s Thar but also Mahindra’s XUV300 and Marazzo have also passed the NCAP test.
Not only this, Mahindra’s XUV300 Country’s safest car is.
9,000 units were booked in four days
Mahindra is being well liked in India. More than 9,000 units were booked just four days after its launch. Whereas in the first phase, it was booked only in some cities.
Let us know that in four days it had booked as many units as a car usually has in 15-20 days.
In the first phase its booking was started in 18 cities.
Available in two engine options
Its 2.0-liter turbocharged engine will generate 150bhp of power and 300nm of torque.
At the same time, the 2.2-liter diesel engine gives 130bhp power and 320nm torque.
Please tell In both variants The option of six speed manual and six speed automatic gearbox is also given.
Many airbags have been given to the driver for safety. There is also an ISOFIX child seat mount for child safety.