Overview of Mahindra Two Wheeler

Mahindra started as a steel company in Mumbai. Exactly two years after India won its independence, a new name was adopted by the company - Mahindra & Mahindra (M & M). Mahindra Group was founded by two brothers named J.C Mahindra and K.C Mahindra. M & M manufacturing center is located at Pithampur in Madya Pradesh. Mahindra entered into automotive manufacturing in 1947 by introducing Willys Jeep onto Indian roads.

Mahindra is running through its 65th year of excellent automotive manufacturing experience. Mahindra Group made an initial attempt in two-wheelers segment with Mahindra Two-wheelers Ltd. They made a contract with Kinetic Motor Company Ltd. (KMCL) in 2008 and this led Mahindra Group into the two-wheeler space. Mahindra & Mahindra shows a developed outlook to the Indian roads. Both urban and rural commuters can afford to possess Mahindra scooters because of its relatively low price.

Mahindra Duro

M & M comes in top 10 list of the Carbon Disclosure Leadership Index in India - 2010. The famous Dun and Bradstreet also ranked Mahindra at No.1 in the automobile sector from India's top 500 companies. Mahindra collaborate with global communities and bring opportunity to customers across the world. They employ over 112,000 employees in 79 countries across the globe.

Mahindra has become a credible player in the Indian two-wheeler industry. They ensure reliability, good technology, superior design and styling and excellent value for money. Mahindra is truly a customer-centric organisation. Mahindra is one of the most innovative companies in India. The Mahindra Group focuses in the growth of individual and therefore to society.

Mahindra introduced Flyte as its "first two-wheeler" in the market. Later on they introduced two more power scooters namely Duro and Rodeo. Recently, Mahindra two-wheelers launched a tough scooter, Duro DZ, an instant hit, specifically for the challenging Indian roads.

Upcoming Mahindra Motorcycles
  • Duro

Popular Two Wheelers from Mahindra
Duro DX125KineFlyte