2005 Mahindra CJ
I write for a car mag, Auto India.
I took one of these cars up a mountain that had no road. Believe me, this car can make its own road.
Even at an incline at a 45-degree angle and a heavy payload, the Cj handles like a dream.
But you need time to get used to it. It is inherently unstable while driving, but very predictable in its instability... therefore not beyond a certain realm of control (you need some skill to drive one).
If you want a cushy car, go buy one of those pretentious ‘American’ SUV's.
If you want to go off-road (and I mean the kind of off-road that would snap a land rover like a twig, then look no further.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 18th April, 2006
Yes, well said. I mean look at this picture:
Only few FEW cars can withstand this kind of punishment.
Actually Mahindra was assembling Jeep parts with a license... And it's not a bad car, though it's quite old... However recent cars of Mahindra, like the XUV500, are similar to new models of the original Jeep. A bit better in looks, but still look similar.