Mahindra Tourister Cosmo, Maxximo school van showcased – IAB Report

Posted on: Jan 17, 2015 - 2:55pm IST

Mahindra showcased the Tourister Cosmo in its normal and school bus spec, and the Maxximo school van at the Bus and Special Vehicles Show 2015 in Greater Noida.

Mahindra Tourister:

The Tourister Cosmo is powered by a BS-3 compliant 3.3-liter diesel engine capable of 115 bhp at 2,800 rpm and 325 Nm of torque between 1,600-2,200 rpm, matched to a 5-speed manual transmission. Showcased in its normal and school bus variants, both seat 40 passengers and the driver.

Mahindra Tourister front quarter at Bus and Special Vehicles Show 2015

Suspension duties are handled by semi elliptical leaf springs with telescopic shock absorbers at the front and rear. The school bus measures 8,860 mm in length, 2,190 mm in width and 4,800 mm in wheelbase while the regular variant comes in at 9,606 mm in length, 2,190 mm in width and 5,260 mm in wheelbase.

Mahindra Tourister – Image Gallery

Mahindra Tourister School Bus – Image Gallery

Mahindra Maxximo School Van:

Launched last year, the Maxximo School Van VX gets added safety features like real-time tracking, GPS based messaging service, SMS Alert, CCTV camera with storage up to 48 hours and live streaming, and tracking the speed of the van.

Mahindra Maxximo School Van side at Bus and Special Vehicles Show 2015

Power for the van comes from a 0.9-liter twin-cylinder diesel engine capable of 25 bhp and 55 Nm of torque. A 4-speed manual transmission is offered with it.

Mahindra Maxximo School Van – Image Gallery

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One thought on “Mahindra Tourister Cosmo, Maxximo school van showcased – IAB Report

  1. Dr. Nayak says:

    Can anybody tell Mahindra that a high school student can come up with a better grill design than what their designers are doing? What an injustice to a descent product. I suggest that they hire few graduate students from design schools to do this type of work as part of their research project that is required to complete graduation.

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