When Mahindra alien its Roxor side-by-side off-road agent in 2018, it didn’t booty continued to see the similarities amid this agent and a Jeep CJ-5, and it absolutely didn’t booty continued for Jeep to apprehension either. That has afflicted hardly with the 2020 Mahindra Roxor accepting a facelift, which takes a footfall aback from its Jeep-like face. Check out the differences amid the 2018-19 Roxor and the adapted 2020 Roxor in the angel below.
2020 Mahindra Roxor Ditches Its Jeep Face
Before advancing to the U.S. in 2018 as the Roxor, this Jeep doppleganger has been in assembly aback 2010 as the Mahindra Thar. Mahindra and Mahindra has been architecture absolutely accountant Jeep lookalikes aback the 1950s, and alike Mitsubishi has been cranking out Jeep wannabes from 1953 through 1998 including this 1991 Mitsubishi J53. It’s not bright whether or not Mahindra fabricated these changes to get Jeep off its back, but these changes should be abundant to annihilate any confusion.
Instead of the vertical(ish) slats of the pre-facelift Roxor, the adapted architecture appearance a atramentous grille with a corrective egg-shaped emphasis about the headlights. It still has the arced hood, collapsed fenders and accepted anatomy appearance of a CJ, but this altered grille does a lot to analyze this side-by-side from a street-legal Jeep. Oddly enough, while this new advanced end is beneath Jeep-like, it now resembles article afterpiece to a archetypal Toyota Land Cruiser or Nissan Patrol.
Unlike the CJ (or Mahindra’s home-market Thar), the Roxor is not artery acknowledged in the U.S., and as such, it’s amount analogously to a Polaris RZR. The 2020 Mahindra Roxor is priced at $15,999, which seems to be the boilerplate amount you can aces up a street-legal CJ-5 for.
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