Let The Journey Begin
With FY14 revenue of US $16.5 billion and with more than 200,000 employees in over 100 countries across the globe there are a lot of good reasons to trust Mahindra.
Founded in 1945 as a steel trading company, we entered automotive manufacturing in 1947 to bring the iconic Willys Jeep onto Indian roads.
You’ve got five days off, an off-road van and a Mahindra Pik up. What do you do?
Not one to waste a long weekend, forty-three-year-old electrical lines person Michael O’Brien knew the answer without even thinking about it. He and his partner Tracey boosted off on a quick, 2300-kilometre round trip to Queensland’s famous Carnarvon National Park in Central Queensland.
When Paul Johnson isn’t pounding out 1000-kilometre weeks in his Mahindra Pik-Up for his cleaning business Sparklean, you might just find him over at Moreton Island on the tailgate, watching the sunset with a brown trout in hand.
The 45 year-old from North Lakes bought his styleside Pik-Up brand new in 2012, and says it’s not only been the most economical vehicle he’s ever had, but it still sounds the same as the day he bought it.
The Wide Bay Burnett region of Central Queensland will now boast two of only six dual-franchise Mahindra outlets nationwide, with the addition of well-known automotive dealer Ken Mills to the company’s line-up of dealerships.
Mills is famous for operating his family-owned dealerships for more than 20 years, and that same experience and passion will be the driving force behind Ag/Auto outlets in both Kingaroy and Mundubbera, with both locations providing sales and service of Mahindra vehicles & tractors.