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For sale 2 scout ii toppers $50 each,1 scout traveler topper and door $100,1 scout 800 topper $50. The Cooper S GP was assembled by Bertone in Italy and was unique in that the rear seat was removed, less sound deadening was included and air condition was optional. This car also has an ALTA oil catch can to prevent any oil from entering the intercooler and FORGE fluid canisters. With the RED seat covers installed, and the RED spare tire cover, and the RED handbrake boot, and the RED armrests…the RED shift boot really doesn’t stand out that much!
With 44K (probably hard) miles already, and a price tag nearly that of a new Cooper S, I’m wondering whether this limited edition GP is worth it.
Now that the new MINI coupe was introduced with a weight GAIN (not the expected loss), many GP owners I knew who were planing on moving on to the coupe, will be keeping their GPs for now, so I don’t see many more coming to market. Please note we do not represent these vehicles and our opinion on these cars has no guarantee or warranty. It’s been more than two years since we first heard Mahindra was bringing small diesel pickups to the U.S.
To find out we drove two foreign-market Mahindra trucks – a left-hand drive version of the recently updated Australian Pik-Up and a Scorpio SUV – down near Atlanta earlier this week. The two trucks aren’t identical to the rigs that will go on sale here – the two-door TR20 and four-door TR40 pickups (coming in February, starting around $22,000) and the SUV (due later in 2010) – but they’re close enough so that the single cab Pik-Up and “mHawk” diesel-powered Scorpio give us a reasonable idea of what the stateside pickup will be like. It was impossible to walk up to these Indian vehicles for the first time without thinking they have to have deficiencies and wanting to immediately start calling them out. The Pik-Up recently got a styling overhaul that’s very close to how the TR20 pickup will look, but it hasn’t lost the boxy profile and fussy design elements that gives it the distinct vibe of a third-world hauler. On the outside, Mahindra has strengthened the looks of the front bumper and given its corporate logo a more prominent spot on the grille.
The upright cab is much taller than the relatively swept-back style of modern American pickups. The tight, tall cabin gives the driver excellent visibility out of the side windows and over the hood and the rear glass has integrated defrosters. The Pik-Up's tall cabin provides excellent visibility over the hoodline and out the side windows. The interior is the weakest part of the Pik-Up with controls and materials that are about two generations behind U.S. We drove the Pik-Up unloaded on a loop that took us around Atlanta’s suburban and rural roads and the Georgia 400 tollway. The 2.5-liter diesel and five-speed manual aren’t coming here, but they are well matched to the Pik-Up’s needs.
The Scorpio’s interior is much more luxurious than the Pik-Up’s, with leather seats, beige trim instead of gray and fake wood accents. Overall, we’re impressed with Mahindra’s four-cylinder diesel pickup truck – much more so than before we drove it. If Mahindra reliability pans out and they can price it under $20Gs, they could make a killing. I own one Scorpio SUV here in India since four months with the 2.2 litre 120 bhp engine and the truck is a great workhorse.
I would however have liked the interiors to be better finished with more contemporary touches.
No I do not agree with the test report that speaks of the diesel engine noise intrusion into the cabin. In fact Mahindra began its innings with the Willys CJ 3A assembly in the 1950's in India. I will own one, if it gets to point where I can get parts from Advanced Auto, Autozone, O'Reillys, or PepBoys.
Mike, unlike the US, there are far better Pickups on sale here in Australia, than the Mahindra(I have only ever seen three on the street). Give us a solid axle 4x4 truck under $10k and you bet there will be lots of people buying it. So we NEVER consider this ugly looking & low quality truck until unless it is less than 10K.
If I could get a vehicle that encompasses all four of those things and is reasonably reliable, I'll buy it.
You moron, we all know that your success is because you are full of deceit, we all know your shameless self promoting skills.
Tell me one company name in USA which is started by the Indian which is worth a billion dollars and name one ground breaking innovation by the Indian.
How about Vinod Khosla and Sun Microsystems which was recently acquired by Oracle for $7.4B? So you're telling me that I can spend about $4k more than a Ranger and get a truck that is far less refined, with questionable quality, iffy build quality, and marginally better fuel economy?
2) Independent front suspension instead of a proper heavy-duty solid front axle in the 4x4 version. I can almost understand why Toyota and Chevy and Ford and everyone else have abandoned durable solid front axles for wimpy independent suspension, since they've turned every other aspect of their trucks into bubbly little creme-puff mallcrawlers.
Free marketing advice on how to sell 50% more of these trucks in the USA: Remove the name from the tailgate.
It's really funny, but all the points that people bring up about the TR20 (Taj Mahauler, what a great decal that would make) are exactly what I want in a pickup. I think there is going to be a good market for this PU among those of us who want a PU to: haul our kayaks, take a trash can of clippings to the transfer station, bring our wet dog home from the beach, etc.

I hope the Mahindra steels sales away from Toyota and Nissan porkers since Toyota and Nissan dont seem to want to build real small fuel efficient trucks for the USA anymore . It is amazing how some people apparently feel threatened by something they find so inferior. Toyota and Nissan should take a look at the bed on the long bed Mahindra and get a clue that trucks are made to haul stuff in the beds not the cab, not everybody wants a new version of a station wagon . You are successful because of America not because of your country, yet you never accept what America has given to you & you still bash at it. Stop talking about Race, Religion, Region, CASTE & Gender bias at least when you are in US that is what America is built for. None of your comments in your lengthy message doesn't make any sense, yet you never answered my questions. You go and rant about Billionaires which really says something about you and how you value people. The car Steve Fossett was developing to set a land-speed record is for sale to anyone with an interest in supersonic driving and a pile of money to finance it. The car is entirely rebuilt and includes everything needed for a land-speed record attempt. It appears well cared for considering the mileage is slightly higher than what one would normally see on a collectable vehicle. It’s powered by Mahindra’s 2.5-liter common rail diesel engine that’s rated at 105 horsepower and 182 pounds-feet of torque and coupled to a five-speed manual transmission. The mHawk was developed with assistance from leading global diesel engineering firm AVL and using a high pressure common rail fuel injection system supplied by Bosch. There’s lots of headroom for a 6-foot-tall driver without hitting the ceiling, but the greenhouse feels smaller than we’re used to because the seating position is so close to where the A-pillar meets the hood. The recent styling update gave the truck bigger seats to fit wider American backsides, but this puts you right next to your passenger. The sightlines are best in class; you always know where the Pik-Up is in relation to other vehicles and when navigating tight spots. There’s considerable body roll around turns, the handling and steering feels loose and sloppy. The only other question I can think of is price, and am patiently waiting for more information on that. Man, remember how great those old Toyotas were--actual work trucks, light enough to give great mileage and be fun the throw around, and how cool the 4X4s were? Imagine these things going on sale as the economy starts to get going again, and contractors get back on their feet.
My thought process in regards to commercial buyers is that it will all depend on the price. Its fit to be driven under harsh conditions and survives in both the rough and smooth terrains. I've been watching the arrival of this truck for years, only to be disappointed every time I read that it comes only with an automatic. With its 30mpg & low price (10K-12K with the trade in) could have made this number one seller.
I want something smaller that can still run on the beach and haul my kayak to go fishing in. This means that Indians are richest by distribution of wealth, a great indicator of metrics such as education and quality of work. There is nothing wrong in discussing race and demographics especially when marketing a product. I am saying that Indians are a rich ethnic group with a very balanced distribution of wealth, and its show in their car buying behavior.
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Fossett’s crew was modifying it to attempt an 800-plus-mph run sometime in 2008, and testing of an early version had the team believing 900 mph was possible.
In addition to the General Electric J-79 turbojet engine (18,400 pounds of thrust with afterburner), the buyer gets the entire workshop, drawings, spares, tools, jigs and even the truck needed to haul Target 800 MPH to the dry lake bed of your choice. Reworked suspension, upgraded brakes and the John Cooper Works engine enhancement package were also part of the GP package. The seats have been covered for most of their life, we removed them to make the car factory correct but will be included in the sale. For a regular Cooper Works of the same vintage, clean retail values may glance $20k on rare occasions. If you would like additional attribution for your work, or wish to remove your listing from our site, we are happy to accommodate.
The American TR20 and TR40 two-door and four-door pickups will share the same sheetmetal and interior design elements. What we found was that parts of the trucks managed to only live up to our low expectations, but we also came away impressed -- no, stunned really -- by how well the trucks are setup in certain areas.
The cargo box is old school, with external tie-down hooks like the ones that import trucks used to offer, but the bed is impressively deep and wide enough, at 5-feet 3-inches, easily handling 4x8 sheets of plywood.
The only truck we can compare it to is the Hummer H3T, which has an A-pillar with an even more extreme angle; in the H3T, though, the driver sits several inches farther back from the dash cowl, giving it an airier feel. Door sill plates are literally no more than bolted-down plastic strips and there are several points where the carpet ends before it meets the trim pieces or flows under the seats, dash or console.
Mahindra’s pickups are naturally set up to carry those crazy-heavy payloads in developing countries, so we expected a joltingly stiff ride, but the version we drove has surprisingly good road feel.

Every shift was clean except for third gear, which requires a longer throw to the right and more shift gate hunting than we’d like. The brake pedal takes a lot of pressure to stop the truck, and even then, the disc brakes never seem to want to grip as hard as you’d like or need them too. Mahindra will also add a stamped steel rear bumper and front bumper guard to the trucks as standard equipment to meet federal standards for low-speed front and corner impacts. The only ugly part is where the indentation they've got along the side of the truck dips at the cab level. I say aim for fleet and commercial sales and make this the Transit Connect of pickup trucks. Notice how every manufacturer has separate ads tailored specifically towards Hispanic-Americans.
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With a limited run of 2000 built and 415 brought to the US, it is one of the rarest MINI Coopers of the new generation to hit the streets. The previous owner even added an extra GP correct wheel and tire to make the car capable of doing daily driver duty. But with closer to 50k on the clock and features that would make this less attractive to many, I’d have to say the asking price is reaching a bit. This is not a negative: Where some truck manufacturers got the notion that compact trucks had to grow into large midsize trucks, we don’t know, but we appreciate the Pik-Up’s width in tight parking spots and as a way to differentiate it from half-ton pickups.
Note the large lever to the left of the steering column that adjusts the column up and down.
A strange vertical lever immediately to the left of the steering wheel is used for tilt control instead of being attached to the steering column. They’ll effectively be competing in a segment of one and in cases where a heavy duty diesel is overkill for the application, we think they’ll be an excellent alternative to help out on a farm or construction site. Actually, I'm getting a real flashback to my Mazda B2000, which was essentially unkillable.
Fleet buyers can get an F150, Silverado, Ram, or Tundra with similar hauling and towing ability for $22-$24k (depending on fleet credits and some engine choices).
The FACT is that most Indian-Americans (FOB) buy established middle of the road brands such as Honda and Toyota. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Conde Nast. Only 44,000 miles, nearly new Yokohama Parada tires indicate this was a very well cared for GP!
There are noticeable gaps where pieces of plastic join to frame components such as the turn signal stalk and the washer levers, the upper and lower portions of the dash and the glovebox. When we turned corners or changed lanes at highway speeds there was very little body roll or handling slop. It takes some getting used to make sure you don’t hit two pedals at the same time, which we did coming to a stop, when we put the truck in neutral while accidentally hitting the brake pedal and accelerator at the same time.
It’s quiet too though there’s transient engine noise that leaks into the cabin during driving. Rangers may be the competition for the Mahindra, but their list price has seriously bloated (not that you'd actually pay that).
These cars had all of the John Cooper Works mods including upgraded brakes, shocks, springs, swaybars, intake modifications and a full JCW exhaust. It may be a little wild for some in appearance, but this is a car whose classic status is already assured and would be great for the odd track day or two. All we wanted to learn was how the mHawk powertrain performed and we came away relatively impressed and cautiously optimistic.
Granted, the Mahindra's diesel and 2600lbs tow rating are compelling when compared to the Ranger, and the small size is nice compared to the half-tons, but is there a commercial demand for a small truck that's as expensive as a bigger truck with nearly equivalent capability? As much as we beat up on the interior, there weren’t any noticeable shakes or rattles, though the small cabin had louder than average wind noise. With this in mind I made the statement they would not buy 1)a truck 2)a Indian truck 3)an out of the ordinary brand.
Overall, ride quality and noise, vibration and harshness is very competitive with current U.S. We’ll be very interested to see what impact diesel engineering firm AVL has as a key supplier and consultant for Mahindra in tweaking the mHawk to meet the performance expectations of U.S. Whether you like it or not, US-based Indians will not touch a Jaguar just because its owned by Tata and that goes for Mahindra also.
The HVAC controls each felt different when turned: The mode selector felt crisp and clean while the temperature control resisted each turn.
In the Scorpio, we wish we could combine the mHawk with the Pik-Up’s 5-speed manual to improve the performance band a bit more.
Diesel enthusiasts (me included) will see this as an awesome truck because of the engine, etc.
My concern is than an ugly truck is a really tough sell when the price is high and the doubts are many.

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