Mahindra increases production of Quanto, XUV500 and Ssangyong Rexton

Posted on: Jan 15, 2013 - 8:30am IST

The year 2012 was not one of the best for Indian auto industry but in Mahindra’s history books, 2012 will be remembered as the heyday period.

Mahindra Quanto front quarterSsangyong Rexton front three quarters

The Indian UV specialist wrapped up a successful year and what is better than entering the new year with a capacity expansion move?

Mahindra has announced that the production capacity of XUV500, Quanto and Ssangyong Rexton will be ramped up to bring down the waiting period.

The Quanto which shares its production line with its elder sibling Xylo has garnered over 12,000 bookings in the first two months of the launch. The company is increasing the monthly production capacity of the Quanto to 3,500 units. Similarly the production of the XUV500 will be increased to 4,500 units per month.

The recently launched Ssangyong Rexton also started off with an impressive 1,500 bookings prompting Mahindra to increase its production capacity to 500 units a month. The Rexton is being imported from South Korea in the form of CKD kits which are assembled at Mahindra’s Chakan facility in Pune.

Mahindra also announced that the bookings for these three cars has been opened in more centers throughout the country. Ssangyong Rexton was available only across 9 cities until now.

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2 thoughts on “Mahindra increases production of Quanto, XUV500 and Ssangyong Rexton

  1. Shravan Reddy says:

    I think it is a good idea to increase the production of XUV500as has a great demand all over India. Quanto is not at all a good vehicle and its design is not at all attractive I wonder how many bookings it can make if the production is increased

  2. Rajesh says:

    Has the Quanto eaten into bolero? Has anyone checked this? Just curious ….


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As a toddler, those wheeled machinery fascinated me even before I knew what they’re called as! So here I'm, petrolhead by birth, Mechanical engineer by qualification and automotive reporter by profession!