Mahindra to launch diesel pickup in U.S.

|  June 19, 2009 |

While all the weeping and wailing, bailouts and bankruptcies proceed apace in Detroit, the Indian vehicle and tractor manufacturer Mahindra announced plans to introduce a four cylinder diesel pickup truck into the U.S. market. According to reports, it has a 7.5 foot bed, 1.3 ton payload, gets 30 mpg and will be priced 10 to 15 percent less than comparable Japanese models.

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