Mahindra Thar 4X2 Review 2023
Before we get to the big changes, the small ones, or in this case, absolutely minor ones to the exterior shall be noted.
Everything remains the same apart from the omission of the ‘4x4’ badge.
The defining shape hasn’t been tinkered with, and other details like the slatted grille, round headlamps, exposed bonnet clips, and chunky cladding remains.
Base AX versions make do with simple 16-inch steel rims, while the higher-spec LX versions get 18-inch alloys; both come shod with all-terrain tires.
Body style options for the Thar RWD are limited to a hard top, though the RWD does widen the color palette by adding two new options – Blazing Bronze and Everest White.
The biggest change inside is the missing 4WD lever, and in its place is a cubby hole that can be used to stow a mobile phone.
This aside, there’s no change to the dashboard, seats, or feature set.
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