- Mar 3, 2018
- North Carolina
Mahindra is fixing to drop the bomb with accessories for the Roxor to give users unlimited addons to build the roxor of their liking. One such example is a new is the RoxBox line of accessories. Check out the video for more info.
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It’s a great display vehicle but i don’t see many people buying it though. The factory accessories are way over priced and I could only imagine the price on this setup.
Practical maybe but they need to get their prices reasonable. They sell you the exact same product already on the market for a marked up price I.e. lockers or warn hubs.Hmm, we'll see. What I noticed was it looks very practical for sites for contract work (wood cutting, construction). Atleast aftermarkets will be inspired for ideas on accessories. I like the direction Mahindra is taking with Roxor, aiming at practical/utility application mixed with some side-by-side fun.
Practical maybe but they need to get their prices reasonable. They sell you the exact same product already on the market for a marked up price I.e. lockers or warn hubs.
Not practical if it has to be trailered to the jobsite.Practical maybe but they need to get their prices reasonable. They sell you the exact same product already on the market for a marked up price I.e. lockers or warn hubs.
Buy it in Michigan then it will be street legal that’s the route I took waiting to get a call to schedule the new vin getting put onNot practical if it has to be trailered to the jobsite.
Mahindra needs to make a factory complete rig or a complete kit that will get the Roxor street legal, or closer to it, in many locations. Factory installed turn signals and a license plate bracket would do it.
I appreciate the fact that the Roxor is new to market. Nobody knows just yet where the Roxor "fits."
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To be honest I called a dealership in Marquette Michigan. I told him that I will buy a Roxor from him if he takes care of installing everything needed for it to pass inspection, gets the Assembled roadster vin and new title. He has taken care of all of it and didn’t charge me labor for any of the parts that I needed to pass inspection.What's that all about? Is it being titled as a kit or home build? What all is associated with this? Turn signals and ????
The dealer in MI is taking care of all this for you?