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Mahindra Commences Operations In Kenya With Locally-assembled Pick-ups
Mahindra & Mahindra has ventured into the Kenyan car market with the launch of locally-assembled Mahindra Scorpio single-cab and double-cab pick-up truck offerings Mahindra & Mahindra, the popular Indian UV manufacturer, has announced its entry into Kenyan car market in a tie up with Simba Corporation. The two companies have joined hands to sell a range of commercial and passenger vehicles in the Kenyan car market. The duo has started operations with the launch of the locally-assembled Mahindra Scorpio single-cab and double-cab pickup trucks. It is being claimed that both the models have been fine-tuned to suit the Kenyan road conditions. The pickup trucks are assembled at the Associated Vehicle Assembly (AVA Kenya) plant in Mombasa. The two models were revealed by Uhuru Kenyatta, President of Kenya. The President has even recommended KRA Treasury to consider reducing taxes on all vehicles assembled in Kenya.
Posted on : 11 Apr,2021 | News Source : gaadiwaadi.com