Introducing the New Mahindra Roxor!

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Defeaturing (e.g. blinker removal) the Roxor to remove a factory Roxor furhter from being street legal was possibly part of the deal Mahindra had ro cut with Fiat Chrysler (now with PSA = Stellantis).
The Roxors produced before the lawsuit made it easy to add blinkers. I would be surprised if the 2022s still have the top bulb in the tail lights wired.

Overall, the blinkers are not a big deal. I spent about $100 for an LED relay, a steering column swtich, fuse box, front LED blinkers, and wiring between all compenents. Where there's a will, there's a way.
If anyone of the 2022 Roxor owners wants to copy what I did, I can post part numbers for switch and relay. Fuse box is optional, and LEDs are anyone's preference.
 
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Defeaturing (e.g. blinker removal) the Roxor to remove a factory Roxor furhter from being street legal was possibly part of the deal Mahindra had ro cut with Fiat Chrysler....

Well like the fellow says in the 2022 intro video they are moving away from the UTV market into the tractor market. This apparently means anything hinting at using the cargo area for anything other than hay bales is verboten. No more 4-passenger ROPS and no more back seats on the website. Or maybe ROXOR just hasn't gotten around to relaunching that stuff.

In any case, this should be great for companies like Cecco Racing, On The Rox, Diesel Freaks, etc. What ROXOR fails to provide via dealerships and places like Sherwood only means more business for the aftermarket.

Speaking of dealers does anyone know if Nash Power Sports will continue with the ROXOR?

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To be fair ag is pretty sparse out there and what’s there is large farms. small rural property owners (Mahindra‘s tractor target market) don’t need tractors to mow or plant crops or bale hay. Nash sold a bunch of Roxors didn’t figure they’d loose the roxor in their product line.
 
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Reminds me of BENDER..

They killed nearly every dealer in TN.. makes it rough.. Debating about selling my 2019
 
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Reminds me of BENDER..

They killed nearly every dealer in TN.. makes it rough.. Debating about selling my 2019
Dropping once loyal dealers, slashing accessory offerings and raising prices appear to be cornerstones of 2022 Roxor marketing strategy. Quite a let down, but return to production beats nothing. Maybe this will change in coming months. As for trying to discourage road use to further appease FCA, most Ag equipment is built to accommodate travel on rural byways and modern tractors usually include exotic extras like turn signals. For now, gone are the days of 999 colors, camo and zebra wraps.
 
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I think its a crime for a foreign company to "own" JEEP. & Fiat? thats just a sin



 
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Reminds me of BENDER..

They killed nearly every dealer in TN.. makes it rough.. Debating about selling my 2019

I don’t see any dealers listed in Mississippi


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I am a Farmer, I thought was smart and bought a 2018 list $14000 paid a bit less been a good rig. Now as I understand for the same stripped new machine $18500 !!, YOU GOT to be kidding . Good by farmer market,. Looks like they dumped the ATV and Quad dealers , BIG MISTAKE.
 
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I am a Farmer, I thought was smart and bought a 2018 list $14000 paid a bit less been a good rig. Now as I understand for the same stripped new machine $18500 !!, YOU GOT to be kidding . Good by farmer market,. Looks like they dumped the ATV and Quad dealers , BIG MISTAKE.

Probably a draw. A lot of those dealers I think either dropped the line on their own or failed to prioritize the lineup due to mahindras silence this past year. Not sure how much they’d promote the line given their past experience. The ag dealers all have a history with mahindra and will promote the line.


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I am a Farmer, I thought was smart and bought a 2018 list $14000 paid a bit less been a good rig. Now as I understand for the same stripped new machine $18500 !!, YOU GOT to be kidding . Good by farmer market,. Looks like they dumped the ATV and Quad dealers , BIG MISTAKE.
Probably a draw. A lot of those dealers I think either dropped the line on their own or failed to prioritize the lineup due to mahindras silence this past year. Not sure how much they’d promote the line given their past experience. The ag dealers all have a history with mahindra and will promote the line.


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Great product; abysmal marketing.
 
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At least we can still get parts.

If I get parts will have to order them from another state. We had several dealers in Mississippi now we got none


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Come on guys! I’m normally the pessimist, but geez! Have you looked at the price of a truck, car, wrangler, Polaris, etc lately? Did you guys really think they were gonna be able to roll out a 13.9k base model nearly two years down the road and through a pandemic that has effected nearly everything? On top of that look at US inflation. I’m a cheapskate, and I don’t the think the pricing is off the mark at all.

Join me in looking at the bright side. They aren’t extinct. They are back. They probably will improve, and we have at least a basic reboot in parts and service that, I think, we all were nervous about losing for good. Carry on.
 
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Come on guys! I’m normally the pessimist, but geez! Have you looked at the price of a truck, car, wrangler, Polaris, etc lately? Did you guys really thing they were gonna be able to roll out a 13.9k base model nearly two years down the road and through a pandemic that has effected nearly everything? On top of that look at US inflation. I’m a cheapskate, and I don’t the think the pricing is off the mark at all.

Join me in looking at the bright side. They aren’t extinct. They are back. They probably will improve, and we have at least a basic reboot in parts and service that, I think, we all were nervous about losing for good. Carry on.
Still cheaper than a Ural motorcycle.

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Plus u buy one Roxor that lasts years over buying plastic belt driven very loud that wear out after 1000k. And everyone has one so they aren't anything special. My Roxor Turns heads everywhere I go!
 
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Come on guys! I’m normally the pessimist, but geez! Have you looked at the price of a truck, car, wrangler, Polaris, etc lately? Did you guys really think they were gonna be able to roll out a 13.9k base model nearly two years down the road and through a pandemic that has effected nearly everything? On top of that look at US inflation. I’m a cheapskate, and I don’t the think the pricing is off the mark at all.

Join me in looking at the bright side. They aren’t extinct. They are back. They probably will improve, and we have at least a basic reboot in parts and service that, I think, we all were nervous about losing for good. Carry on.

This is a really good point. The margins on the ones we all bought in 2018 and 2019 (often below MSRP) must have been razor thin. That, combined with increased commodity prices suggest the new MRSP is not that unreasonable. Still - I am very happy that I picked mine up when I did!
 
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This is a really good point. The margins on the ones we all bought in 2018 and 2019 (often below MSRP) must have been razor thin. That, combined with increased commodity prices suggest the new MRSP is not that unreasonable. Still - I am very happy that I picked mine up when I did!

I was on the fence about buying mine at $15,500! It was used with 300 miles on it, a lift, tuned, mud tires, wind shield, winch, LED headlights, CJ grill, barn kept, and rear seat installed. Couldn’t be happier now. Again, I’m cheap!
 
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