Mahindra Maxximo Mini Van

Mahindra Maxximo Mini Van

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₹ 3,09,000
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The Mahindra Maxximo Mini Van is a great choice for those who need a small, reliable and cost-effective vehicle. It is powered by a BS-IV compliant 1.5 liter diesel engine that is capable of producing a maximum power of 25.1bhp at 3200 rpm and a peak torque of 53Nm at 1600-2200 rpm. 

In terms of features, the Maxximo Mini Van offers an air-conditioner, power steering, power windows, central locking and a music system. In terms of safety, the Maxximo Mini Van comes with an immobilizer, reverse parking sensors and an anti-lock braking system. On the mileage front, the Maxximo Mini Van can deliver an ARAI certified mileage of 17.2kmpl. The Mahindra Maxximo Mini Van is available in a price range of Rs. 4.62 lakh to Rs. 5.45 lakh, ex-showroom, New Delhi.

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Mahindra's Maxximo was a mini van brand that was created with the aim of rivalling the Tata Magic and Maruti Omni. It was released in 2015 and was discontinued less than a year later, on October 16th 2015, when it was replaced by the Mahindra Supro. This discontinuation was a surprise to many, as the Maxximo had been seen as a promising product that could have gone on to succeed in the market. However, the Supro was seen as a more advanced and reliable alternative, and this is likely the reason why Mahindra ultimately decided to discontinue the Maxximo.

QUICK FACTS & INFORMATION
Car Type MUV
Fuel Type Diesel
ARAI Mileage (Certified) 17 kmpl
Top Speed 70
Official Tagline The Power of Technology
ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
Engine cc (Displacement) 909 cc
Maximum Power 24.65 Bhp @ 3600 rpm
Maximum Torque 55 Nm @ 2200 rpm
Engine Details 0.9L 2-Cylinder CRDe NA
Number of Cylinders 2
Bore x Stroke 83 x 84 mm
Fuel Distribution Direct Injection Diesel Engine
Clutch Type Single Plate Dry
PERFORMANCE & MILEAGE
Mileage (City) 12 kmpl (approx.)
Mileage (Highway) 15 kmpl (approx.)
DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT
Overall Length 3677 mm
Overall Width 1540 mm
Overall Height 1845 mm
Wheelbase 1950 mm
Ground Clearance 147 mm
Kerb Weight 1090 kg
Gross Vehicle Weight 1790 kg
Front Track 1300 mm
Rear Track 1320 mm
CAPACITY
Seating Capacity 7 (2 + 3 + 2) Or 8 (2 + 3 + 3)
Number of Seating Rows 3 Rows
Number of Doors 5 Doors
Fuel Tank Capacity 33 litres
BRAKES & SUSPENSION
Front Brakes Disc, Vacuum Assisted Hydraulic with Auto Adjuster
Rear Brakes Drum, Vacuum Assisted Hydraulic with Auto Adjuster
Front Suspension IIFS with Mc Pherson Strut, Hydraulic, Double Acting, Telescopic Shock Absorbers
Rear Suspension Leaf Spring, Hydraulic, Double Acting, Telescopic Shock Absorbers
WHEELS & TYRES
Front Tyre 145/80 R12
Rear Tyre 145/80 R12
Alloy Wheels
Wheels 4J X12
COMFORT & CONVENIENCE
Air Conditioner
EXTERIOR FEATURES
Tinted Glass
Body Monocoque Structure
INTERIOR FEATURES
Dual Tone Interiors
INSTRUMENTATION
Trip Distance 2
Tachometer
LIGHTING
Front Fog Lights
ORVM Turn Indicators
INFOTAINMENT
Music System
SEATS & UPHOLSTERY
Folding Rear Seats
Fabric Upholstry
Key Features of the Car
Summary Mahindra Maxximo Mini Van Diesel is a good offering in the small vehicle segment at a very good price range of 3.09 lakhs. It comes with a 909cc engine which generates maximum power of 24.65 BHP @ 3600 rpm and a torque of 55 NM @ 2200 rpm. In this segment Mahindra Maxximo falls in the same category as TATA Magic Diesel but it is cheaper by a little margin.
Steering Manual Steering with Rack & Pinion

Mahindra Maxximo Mini Van Review

24 Jun, 2022 10:46 AM

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Mahindra & Mahindra is one of India's largest utility vehicle manufacturers, based in Mumbai. It has been more than a decade now since Mahindra launched their Maxximo Mini-Van for the first time. The entry-level minivan was based on the Mahindra Maxximo platform and was one of the variants made available to the Indian market. Mahindra aimed their mini creation to rival Tata Magic and Maruti Omni after launch. The Maxximo brand was discontinued as a whole, including all variants, on 16 October 2015 and was replaced by the updated Mahindra Supro version.

Mahindra made Maxximo Mini Van with a wide-body design to comfortably house seven or eight adults, depending on the variant. The well-cushioned seats were designed ergonomically keeping comfort for longer journeys in mind. And the butterfly window was a well-thought addition for the proper ventilation of the vehicle. It was offered with ample leg, elbow and headroom and with a spacious luggage area as well.

Mahindra Maxximo Mini Van boasts a stylish van design and a proper hard-top body. The charming front grille with innovative clear-lens wraparound headlamps presented a distinguished street presence to the Mini Van.

Mahindra offered Maxximo Mini Van with a 909cc 2-cylinder CRDe 0.9L Diesel engine aided with DOHC technology to reduce the NVH (Noise Vibration Harshness). The 0.9L engine could generate a maximum of 24.65 HP at 3600 revolutions per minute and a maximum torque of 55 Nm at 2200 revolutions per minute. They coupled the 909cc diesel engine with a 4-speed manual transmission with a single plate dry clutch system.

The Maxximo Mini Van was blessed with the monocoque chassis and the suspension duties are divided between the IIFS with McPherson strut hydraulic double-acting telescopic shock absorbers in the front and the leaf spring, hydraulic double-acting telescopic shock absorbers at the rear. As for the braking, it was handled by disc vacuum-assisted hydraulic with the auto adjuster at the front and drum vacuum-assisted hydraulic with the auto adjuster at the rear. They offered the Maxximo Mini Van with 145/80-R12 front and rear section tyres with 12-inch 4J wheels.

On the safety front, they equipped Maxximo with a monocoque structure, a frontal crash protector, and the rear tailgate, with a full door and fixed glass. Twin LSPV (Load Sensing Proportioning Valve) brakes were provided which offered effective and precise control when braking and booster assist reduced the effort required to do so.

Mahindra incorporated the Maxximo Mini Van with drive-by-wire technology that comprised the pedal position sensor to facilitate responsive acceleration and pickup. The ECM (Engine Control Module) monitored the fuel supply of the Maxximo Mini Van ensuring better mileage, be that in the urban or rural terrain. They equipped it with a gear-shift via cable-shift transmission as well for a better and smoother gear-shift experience and less wear and tear.

Mahindra made Maxximo Mini Van available to the customers in 3 colour options, which were the Appy Red, Diamond White and the Skyline Blue. They offered Maxximo Mini-Van in two variants; 6+D and 7+D seating options. The ARAI-certified mileage of the Maxximo Mini Van was around 17 km/l, but the real-world figures varied. The mileage, in the city environment, was around 12 km/l and on the highway, it could reach around 15 km/l. The top speed that the Mahindra Maxximo Mini Van could reach was 70 km/h, and it had a fuel tank capacity of 33 litres. The ex-showroom price of the Mahindra Maxximo Mini Van in Delhi at the time of its discontinuation was around Rs 3.09 lakh.

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Tell me the Engine Specifications of Mahindra Maxximo Mini Van?
29 December 2022 10:07
Mahindra Maxximo Mini Van comes packed with a 909 cc engine, featuring the CRDe technology.
What is the complete price of Mahindra Maxximo Mini Van including permit?
29 December 2022 05:39
The Mahindra Maxximo comes with an ex-showroom price tag of INR 3,09,000 which varies from state to state. The on-road pricing would also vary according to the registration state and the permit value depends upon the type of permit required. you should confirm the prices of all the permit types from the DTO of your city and the on-road price can be confirmed from the nearest Mahindra showroom or the DTO office itself. The mini van comes with a 909 cc 2-cylinder engine producing 24.6 BHP and 55 NM of torque. It comes with front disc brakes and three attractive colors, namely Diamond White, Appy red and School Yellow.

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What is the price of Mahindra Maxximo Mini Van in Gorakhpur (UP)?
29 December 2022 05:38
The Mahindra Maxximo mini van costs INR 3,79,000 for the base BS3 variant whereas the BS4 variant costs around INR 3,98,158. The VX variant of the minivan cost INR 3,98,000 and INR 4,12,430 for BS3 and BS4 variants respectively. The prices above are ex showroom and does not include optional accessories for the vehicle. The 33 liter fuel tank of the vehicle makes it ready for 400-450 kms, with an average fuel economy of 14 kmpl.

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What is the on-road price of Mahindra Maxximo Mini Van in Hyderabad?
29 December 2022 05:37
The on road price of Mahindra Maxximo mini van in Hyderabad would be around INR 3,50,000-3,70,000. The down payment and rate of interest can be known easily by contacting the Mahindra finance at the time of purchase.

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Very impressed with the performance

Monika Singh | One year ago
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The Mahindra Maxximo Plus has two power modes - Eco and Power. The Eco mode gives you superb mileage of 21 kmpl, which makes it great for everyday use. The Power mode is best for heavy haulage, like machines weighing more than 500 kgs. The cabin is comfortable enough for one person to sleep in, and has plenty of space for tools and an auxiliary tire. We have driven this car for 45000 kilometers without any problems or needing any service. The clutch and accelerator work well, and the drum brakes are especially helpful in rainy conditions. We are very impressed with the performance of the Maxximo Plus and would recommend it to anyone looking for a reliable and efficient vehicle.

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Mahindra Maxximo Mini van has potential as a family vehicle, especially if Mahindra were to incorpor

Abhinav Gupta | One year ago
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In my opinion, the Mahindra Maxximo has potential as a family vehicle, especially if Mahindra were to incorporate some key features. The first would be a bigger engine with the option of air conditioning. This would ensure that the car has enough power and that the occupants would be comfortable in all types of weather. Additionally, power steering would make the car easier to maneuver in tight spaces. The side doors could also feature a top sliding glass option to allow for better airflow. This would also make the car look more stylish. 

Lastly, the double folding rear seat could be used to release the luggage area, providing more space for any luggage that needs to be taken along on a journey. Finally, a facelift to the front would give the car a more modern and stylish look. All of these features would make the Mahindra Maxximo a better choice for a family vehicle.

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Has its pros and cons

Rahul Sahu | One year ago
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For potential buyers, the Mahindra Maxximo Mini Van has its pros and cons. On the plus side, the engine sound is relatively quiet, and there is no need to worry about fitting an AC. On the downside, the side door on the left is not a full door and the window on the opposite side is not full either, meaning there is no extra safety for items inside the vehicle. 

Additionally, there is not enough legroom for passengers in the back, the rear seat does not fold down, and the driver's seat is not slanted. Lastly, there is no external key lock for the rear door and no ventilation openings at the front grills since there is no AC provision.

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Great choice for those who need a reliable and efficient vehicle

Sujit Kuamr Verma | One year ago
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The engine is quite powerful and can easily pull the van with a full load of seven passengers. The engine noise is minimal and it does not vibrate or make any noise during the drive.

The steering wheel is well positioned and the gear shift is smooth and precise. The clutch is light and easy to use. The brakes work well and the van stops as soon as you press the pedal. The ride quality is quite comfortable, with good suspension and high ground clearance.

Overall, the Mahindra Maxximo Mini Van is a great choice for those who need a reliable and efficient vehicle for their daily commute. It is very reliable and provides a comfortable ride. The engine is powerful and can easily take on the city traffic. It provides good value for money and is a great option for those looking for a mini van.

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Mahindra Maxximo Mini Van is simple and efficient

Saket Jha | One year ago
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The dashboard of the Mahindra Maxximo Mini Van is simple and efficient. It has a good lockable glove box at the centre of the dash board which is ideal for keeping papers and other items in. There is also sufficient interior volume, unlike the tiny, useless glove box of the Tata Venture. The console and steering looks good and the speedometer is of a conventional analog type. On one side of the speedometer, there is an LCD multi-function display that can be used to display various items such as total kms run, tripmeter A reading, tripmeter B reading, and clock. 

There are two push buttons on the side of the LCD display that can be used to select the displayed item and to set/reset the displayed item respectively. There are also a number of round lights around the conventional analog speedometer, although they are merely there for aesthetic purposes and do not serve any function. On the left side of the dashboard, there is a tray with a round lid which can be opened to fill the windshield washer liquid.

It is a real shame that Mahindra has ruled out the possibility of fitting an AC in the Mahindra Maxximo Mini Van. This is due to the limited space and power capacity of the engine. However, if the owner wishes to fit an AC, they can do so at their own risk, but the company warranty will be void.

An alternative solution to cooling the driver and co-driver area is to install two air vents on either side at the front. This will allow for the circulation of fresh air into the cabin and reduce the build-up of heat. These air vents can be spring-loaded and are available in the market for this purpose. However, it is important to make sure that the airflow to the radiator is not diverted by the installation of these vents. This can be achieved by studying the airflow pattern to the radiator first and then installing the air vents accordingly.

From experience, installing these air vents can make a huge difference in terms of in

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anuj tiwari
8 years ago

How much get on the road in Lucknow (up).cash and downpement soon as reply

Nand lal
9 years ago

How much get on the road in Gorakhpur (up).cash and dowmpement soon as reply.

traveler with a question reply
10 years ago

can a mahindra maximo carry load on a ghat? please reply as soon as possible

Katta Kranthi
10 years ago

he front tyres use IFS (independent front suspension) with McPherson
strut suspension and leaf spring with shock absorbers is used in rear
suspension. It has a fuel tank capacity of 33 litres and gives an average mileage of 20 kmpl. Its kerb weight is 1090 kg
and the gross weight is 1750 kg. With LSPV (load sensing proportional
valve) it has disk brakes at front and drum brakes in rear wheels with
booster assist technology. The booster assist technology magnifies the
braking pressure resulting in the faster

sandeep patil
10 years ago

This is good car for family, but not for long drive, no ghat section, it
just for plane road, So company have to improve in it like, speed limit
for 100 km/hrs. high horse power because it not get speed so fast.

Anup bhardwaj
11 years ago

Acc. to Tata Ace it has more powerful engine but fuel consumption is more than tata so on the basis of Fuel consumption tata magic is good because it is a passenger van not a loading so there is no matter to extra power ful engine 700 cc engine is good and it has some thing 45000 extra price to the tata ace

vijay
11 years ago

has to improve the speed, 70Km/H not enough........ minimum 100Km is require and also power staring.

and Body style has to be changed rear side.

sandeep patil
11 years ago

i think it's good but to be check


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