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  • Quality Excellence at Mahindra


    Product and service quality are not destinations in themselves but part of a longer, ever evolving journey towards continuous improvement. At Mahindra, quality focus is part of our core values and is synonymous with excellence, value to customers, conformance to specification and standards, fitness for use and ultimately, customer satisfaction.

  • Mahindra Research Valley – becoming future-ready


    When Pawan Goenka, former Managing Director and CEO of Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd., newly arrived from the US in 1993 to join Mahindra’s R&D function, was shown the 800 sq. m. shed in Nashik. He asked, “Yes, but where is the R&D building?” And he was told, “This is it”.



  • Fostering rural growth and prosperity


    India’s need for food security and to change agricultural practices, pushed Mahindra to foray into manufacturing tractors 58 years ago. Today, the company is the world’s largest farm tractor producer by volume.



  • Mahindra, India's SUV specialist


    Mahindra SUVs exhibit the virtues of tough-build quality and go-anywhere attributes, and they manage to stand out with unique design elements that set them apart from the crowd. Add to that tenet, such as reliability and economy, which makes them unbeatable in the Indian context.

  • Thrill of an SUV, pride of a nation


    In 1993, Pawan Goenka worked in General Motors’ R&D department in Detroit when Anand Mahindra offered him an opportunity to head Mahindra & Mahindra and build up its R&D team capable of launching a contemporary and relevant product every five or six years.

  • Bolero takes on anything


    In the mid-1990s, the Indian automobile market had opened fully allowing a host of global automakers to enter the market. It was the era of sedans and hatchbacks though and the era of urban utility vehicles (SUVs) was still a decade and a half away. Utility vehicles (UVs) were perceived as crude and relatively uncomfortable vehicles meant to navigate rough rural roads.

  • Accepting no limits: defying adversity with the power of unity


    There are no limits to what you can accomplish except the limits you place on your own thinking. - Brian Tracy, Author

  • Charging Ahead - The Mahindra EV Story


    Unfolding the future: Mahindra’s drive towards sustainability with EVs

    India’s electric vehicles journey had an early start with the aptly named Bijlee, made by Mahindra & Mahindra way back in 1999. This first leap of faith didn’t take M&M too far on the EV journey. But it did set the course for M&M to emerge, two decades later, as a frontrunner in EVs.

  • The Company of Professionals


    At Mahindra Group, meritocracy is at the core of its being, and the sole principle for individual and organisational advancement

  • When the going gets tough, M&M gets going


    …The Inflection Points at Mahindra

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