Mahindra Thar 2023 Price in Pakistan, Images, Features & Specs
Mahindra Thar 2023 Price. A starting price of Rs 9.99 lakh, ex-showroom, has been set for the new 2023 Mahindra Thar 4X2 in India. Deliveries will start this week, and reservations for the same are currently open. Mahindra has updated the SUV’s variant lineup and finally debuted the eagerly anticipated Thar 4X2. A starting price of Rs 9.99 lakh, ex-showroom, has been set for the new 2023 Mahindra Thar 4X2 in India.
Mahindra Thar is a four-seat SUV with a 15.2 Kmpl estimated fuel economy depending on transmission and fuel type. The 4-cylinder, 2184 cc, mHawk 130 engine from Thar produces 300 nm of torque at 1600–2800 rpm and 130 horsepower at 3750 rpm.
Mahindra Thar 2023 Price in Pakistan
|AX (O) RWD – Diesel MT||PKR 3,110,000|
|LX RWD – Diesel MT||PKR 3,420,000|
|LX RWD – Petrol AT||PKR 4,200,000|
Mahindra Thar 2023 Price in India
|AX (O) RWD – Diesel MT||Rs 9.99 lakh|
|LX RWD – Diesel MT||Rs 10.99 lakh|
|LX RWD – Petrol AT||Rs 13.49 lakh|
Mahindra Thar 2023 Price in USA
|AX (O) RWD – Diesel MT||USD $12,000|
|LX RWD – Diesel MT||USD $13,200|
|LX RWD – Petrol AT||USD $16,200|
Three variations of the new Mahindra Thar 4X2 are available, with both gasoline automatic and diesel manual powertrain choices. Costs for the identical vehicle range from Rs 9.99 lakh to Rs 13.49 lakh ex-showroom. It’s important to note that these introductory rates are only valid for the first 10,000 reservations.
|Engine Displacement||2184 cc|
|Max Power||130PS @ 3750rpm|
|Max Torque||300Nm @ 1600 – 2800rpm|
|Max Speed||155 kmph|
|Seating Capacity||4 Seaters|
|No of doors||5 doors|
|MAHINDRA THAR 4X2 DIESEL PERFORMANCE|
|Speed||Thar 4X2 1.5 litre MT||Thar 4X2 2.2-litre MT|
|20-80kph (3rd gear)||10.20 sec||10.28 sec|
|40-100kph (4th gear)||12.72 sec||13.69 sec|
|0-100kph||14.85 sec||13.36 sec|
|MAHINDRA THAR 4X2 PETROL PERFORMANCE|
|Speed||Thar 4X2 AT||Thar 4X4 AT|
|20-80kph (3rd gear)||5.85 sec||6.19 sec|
|40-100kph (4th gear)||7.54 sec||7.77 sec|
|0-100kph||9.9 sec||10.2 sec|
The modest changes—or, in this case, the incredibly minor ones—to the exterior should be noticed before we go on to the significant ones. With the exception of the missing “4×4” badge, everything is the same. The distinctive design hasn’t changed, and other features like the thick cladding, exposed bonnet clips, round headlamps, and slatted grille haven’t been changed either.
While higher-spec LX variants get 18-inch alloy rims, base AX versions are content with 16-inch steel rims and both come with all-terrain tires. The Thar RWD’s only available body style is a hard top, however, it does expand the available color options by including Blazing Bronze and Everest White.
The greatest interior modification is the removal of the 4WD lever and the installation of a phone-storage cubby in its place. Other than this, the dashboard, seats, and feature set remain unchanged. Mahindra had the chance to include several practical improvements with this upgrade since it is intended for urban consumers. On our list of potential additions would be a driver armrest, automatic climate control, wireless charging, type-C connections for speedier charging, and a dead pedal for the automatic versions.
A 7.0-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support, analog dials, and Mahindra’s BlueSense connectivity capabilities are all included in the feature set. There is also an inclinometer that was brought over from the 4WD. Dual airbags, ABS with EBD, ESP, hill-launch assist, hill-descent control, ISOFIX child seat mounts, and a roll cage are all included in the safety kit. GNCAP gave the Mahindra Thar a 4-star grade for adult occupant protection, despite using an outdated testing method.
The interior room is comparable to that of a 4WD, so you can stretch out in the front seats, but adults with broad frames won’t find the cramped seats very pleasant on lengthy trips. After a little battle to enter the back (through the front doors), there is plenty of space for two because the space in the back is also unchanged. With the back seats up, there is the only room in the boot for a few medium-sized soft bags, which is still a weakness.
Ride and Handling
The Thar 4×4 rides similarly to the RWD. The soft suspension is fantastic on trails, but it is bouncy over cracked or broken tarmac, road cracks, potholes, and undulations. Also, the absence of the 4WD system has reduced stability and made the vehicle feel lighter overall, especially at the back, which causes more vertical movements. Off the road, it functions flawlessly as a quick road roller, but since this one is for the city, every flaw is apparent.
Although we haven’t tested the RWD and 4WD side by side, the RWD’s steering feels lighter than we recall the 4WD to be, which is good news for drivers in cities. But it’s still not a Hyundai light. As such, a three-point turn is a good arm workout, and getting the Truck out of a tight parking place still demands some strength. Although it doesn’t feel top-heavy like the Scorpio Classic, it leans a little in corners due to the soft suspension. In the turns, the wide track results in good stability, and the steering weight also lends confidence.
The Thar RWD can nevertheless take you off the beaten path even if it is obviously less skilled in hard terrain than the Thar 4×4. The Thar has an intrinsic capability that soft roaders lack thanks to its durable ladder frame structure, big tyres, and generous ground clearance. In addition to an ESC-based brake lock differential, Mahindra has included hill descent control.
Engine and Gearbox
The Mahindra Thar 4X2 (RWD) is powered by a new 1.5-liter diesel engine with 117 horsepower and a 6-speed manual transmission. Moreover, it has a 2.0-liter turbocharged gasoline engine paired with an AT torque converter with six speeds. The 2.2-liter oil-burner and 2.0-liter turbocharged petrol engines are still included in its 4X4 models, along with a 6-speed manual transmission and a 6-speed automatic transmission.
The company stated the following:
The Mahindra Thar is more than just a powerful SUV; it is an emotion, according to Veejay Nakra, President of Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.’s Automotive Division. With more than 80,000 fans exploring the impossibly every day since 2020, the all-new Thar has captivated the attention of SUV enthusiasts. We listened to our clients in order to better our offering, and we engineered the new Thar series with significant improvements.
He continued, “We have made it far more accessible to individuals who wanted to live the “Thar life” by introducing the new RWD variations, while our upgrades on the 4WD model have been geared to gratify the true off-roaders. We are convinced that Thar’s expanded collection will further inspire the desire to explore the impossibly difficult and attract more devotees to the lifestyle.