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Old 28th December 2016, 17:55   #1
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Mahindra has restructured its businesses with the introduction of a new vertical - the agriculture sector. As a result, the company will now deal in three different and dedicated sectors - automotive, farm equipment and agriculture.

Mr. Rajan Wadhera has been named the president of Mahindra's automotive sector. He will take charge from the current president and CEO - Mr. Pravin Shah. Mr. Shah is scheduled to retire from his role on March 31, 2017. In addition to its passenger car division, the automotive sector also includes Mahindra's trucks, buses and construction equipment businesses.

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Mr. Rajesh Jejurikar has been re-designated as the President of the farm equipment sector, while Mr. Ashok Sharma will be heading the agriculture sector. All the three presidents will be reporting to Dr. Pawan Goenka. The aforementioned organisational changes will be applicable from April 1, 2017.

Dr. Pawan Goenka was recently named the Managing Director of Mahindra, while Mr. Anand Mahindra was named the Executive Chairman of the company.

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Interesting changes for an auto company which more or less has now become a chop-shop or a stitch-and-extend auto company. Hopefully, the new leadership team will come with some fresh ideas and give us products which are new and worth talking about. Apart from XUV and the good old Scorpio, there is nothing worth mentioning from their stable. And that at a time when Tata's have pulled up their socks and it shows in the interest that it has created in customer's mind. All the best to Mahindra!
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Interesting changes for an auto company which more or less has now become a chop-shop or a stitch-and-extend auto company.
I would say that Mahindra's engineering quality has greatly improved.

- The XUV500 is a heck of an SUV. And the new AT is perfectly matched to the 2.2L diesel.

- The KUV100 is well-mannered for what is Mahindra's first hatchback.

- The TUV300 is an excellent product; the only thing that works against it is the low power on tap.

- The E2O Plus is a competent electric vehicle. Main disadvantage is the price.

- The Thar is a heck of a Jeep, especially in the latest much-improved guise.
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