The Mahindra Thar was launched in a bold new avatar in August 2020. It finally went on sale in October and ever since then, it has had a massive waiting list as people flock to showrooms to book their machine. No doubt, there is a lot of craze over the Mahindra Thar and that remains even one year down the road as bookings are showing no signs of slowing down. In fact, currently the waiting period is almost 8 months in some states!
Why has the Thar gone from being a niche product, to having mass market appeal? The obvious answer is that it creates an emotional connect with those who want one. It has that raw appeal of being a true-blue offroader and now with all the added level of creature comforts on board as well as the choice of petrol and diesel engines plus manual and automatic transmission options, the Thar caters to a wider audience.
In our review, we take a look at the Mahindra Thar after having used it for one year and clocked over 14000km on the odometer. How has it held up? Did we face any issues? How is it to drive? Is it a practical vehicle? All these questions and a lot more have been answered in our detailed review!