Thursday, November 19, 2009

Mahindra Expects Final EPA and NHTSA Approval in First Quarter 2010

The Press of Atlantic City reports this morning in an interview with Global Vehicles Spokesman, Mike Geylin, that Mahindra pickups are being reviewed by the Environmental Protection Agency and the National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration. Global Vehicles expects the TR20 and TR40 pickups to get final approval from both agencies in the first quarter of 2010.

The article also interviews future Mahindra truck dealer, Bill Kassner, owner of Chapman Ford. Chapman is currently expanding one of their dealerships to accommodate the brand. Mahindra vehicles will be featured at their Egg Harbor Township location, and possibly others.

You will find the complete article: Here


1 comment:

Joe Callimachus said...

This is great news. Chapman has dealerships in two states. They have had a great reputation for years.

Sounds like they are really committed to the Mahindra brand by building a new showroom.

Many of my co-workers have Chapman cars. I did an unscientific survey and they all gave them thumbs up.