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Old 7th March 2013, 11:09   #1
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Mahindra Adventure hits a century! 100th Annual Great Escape was conducted at the famous sand dune region of Rajasthan- Manvar. Take a look at Super Thar and Super XUV500 storming the dunes.

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Old 7th March 2013, 11:12   #2
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Great pictures !!! Was the XUV able to handle the sand roads though? Looks to me at least to be too much for the vehicle.
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Dear Vinod - this is like nostalgia all over again! I remember Manvar, we stayed at a palace hotel. The Thar in the 6th picture of the first post is exactly how I always wanted my vehicle to look like (but with rally spec rollover bars of course), a black 2 seater! You have made my dream come true at last, so thank you very much. Please thank Bijoy and the team also.

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Vinod- Nice Pictures. Quick Question whats the Specs on this 'Super' Thar you speak of.
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That black THAR surely steals the show. Was that customized for this event? The wheels probably would have looked better in some different color though.
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Hey Vinod,
Why does that Thar on the second and fourth picture in your first post have a scoop on top?
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Congratulations Vinod and the whole team. Good to see Dr. posing with the Thar, a rare and good sight that is. The black Thar looks good.

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Vinod- Nice Pictures. Quick Question whats the Specs on this 'Super' Thar you speak of.
Congrats on the century Vinod - Its nice to see the sport catching up.

Now what is this super THAR ?

Is it SUPERior
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Hi Vinod ,

Why no mention of the Mighty Scorpio , truly disappointing !!!!
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Super Thar

Mighty Scorpio

Almighty XUV500?

Whats the Scoop here?
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Congrats on the century Vinod - Its nice to see the sport catching up.

Now what is this super THAR ?

Is it SUPERior
I think its the same Thar modified by Raj Kapoor of Performance Auto in NOIDA and it overturned or broke down in Raid D Himalaya!
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Why does that Thar on the second and fourth picture in your first post have a scoop on top?
Cheers,
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The Thar that i mention above seems to be different. I don't see the front intercooler and that bonnet scoop makes me think that it has a top intercooler ==> mHawk powered?
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Dear Vinod - this is like nostalgia all over again! I remember Manvar, we stayed at a palace hotel. The Thar in the 6th picture of the first post is exactly how I always wanted my vehicle to look like (but with rally spec rollover bars of course), a black 2 seater! You have made my dream come true at last, so thank you very much. Please thank Bijoy and the team also.

Best regards,

Behram Dhabhar
Thank you sir. I exactly know what you want. This Thar has been conceptualised by us (Bijoy & me) and Neel from customization executed it brilliantly. We wanted to celebrate 100th great escape and it couldn't have been better than this. Gaurav gill drove this Thar and fell in love so much so that he took it home.

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Hey Vinod,
Why does that Thar on the second and fourth picture in your first post have a scoop on top?
Cheers,
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This is not the M hawk version you are thinking of. The inter cooler has been relocated on top to allow smooth flow of air to the radiator as rally conditions are tougher.

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Congratulations Vinod and the whole team. Good to see Dr. posing with the Thar, a rare and good sight that is. The black Thar looks good.

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Thanks spike!

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Congrats on the century Vinod - Its nice to see the sport catching up.

Now what is this super THAR ?

Is it SUPERior
teamiee...
Super Thar is the name given to extreme category rally spec Thar. This one flies!

just to irritate you this goes faster than a Gypsy



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I think its the same Thar modified by Raj Kapoor of Performance Auto in NOIDA and it overturned or broke down in Raid D Himalaya!
parm,
Right qualification would be -it is the same Thar which finished second in Desert Storm -13 next only to petrol powered vitara and way way ahead of petrol powered Gypsy's. A true achievement for a diesel!

Yes it had an unfortunate accident on the first day in Mughal. Finished raid de himalya without breaking down even once.

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parm,
Right qualification would be -it is the same Thar which finished second in Desert Storm -13 next only to petrol powered vitara and way way ahead of petrol powered Gypsy's. A true achievement for a diesel!

Yes it had an unfortunate accident on the first day in Mughal. Finished raid de himalya without breaking down even once.
My apology for the incorrect information posted by me, it was Mughal rally and not Raid de himalaya.

Thanks vinod for correcting me.
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