Starting price of Mahindra Thar Rs 10.98 lakh
The starting price of Mahindra Thar is Rs 10.98 lakh (ex-showroom) which goes up to Rs 16.94 lakh if you go to its top model. The price of this SUV car is the reason due to which many people who like it are not able to buy it. If you too have not been able to buy it due to low budget, then know here the details of the offers available on second hand models of this SUV in which you will be able to buy it at less than half the price.
Used Cars Offers: 2015 model Thar for Rs 4 lakh
The first cheap deal available on second hand Mahindra Thar is given on OLX website. Listed here is the 2015 model of Thar which is registered in Gurugram, Haryana. The seller has kept the price of this SUV at Rs 4 lakh and after purchasing it, the customer will also get the facility of finance plan.
Used Cars Offers: 2016 model Thar priced at Rs 6.10 lakh
The second deal on offers on used Mahindra Thar is available on the DROOM website. Here the 2016 model of Thar with Haryana registration has been listed, whose price has been kept at Rs 6.10 lakh. To buy this SUV, the customer will also get a finance plan with easy down payment.
Used Cars Offers: 2017 model Thar priced at Rs 7 lakh
Today’s third and last deal on Mahindra Thar second hand models has been uploaded on the CARTRADE website. Here the 2017 model of Thar with Delhi number has been kept for sale, the price of which has been kept at Rs 7 lakh. On purchasing this SUV, the customer will also get the facility of finance plan.
Mahindra Thar Features
Thar is offered in three trim levels: AX, LX and AX7. The AX trim is the most basic and includes steel wheels, a basic infotainment system and a manual transmission. The LX trim adds alloy wheels, an improved infotainment system and an automatic transmission. The AX7 trim is the most advanced and includes an advanced infotainment system, a power sunroof and many other features. The Thar is offered with two engine options: a 2.0-litre mStallion TGDi petrol engine and a 2.2-litre mHawk diesel engine. The petrol engine produces 150 horsepower and 300 Nm of torque, while the diesel engine produces 130 horsepower and 300 Nm of torque. Both engines can be mated to 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic transmission.