Mahindra Roxor Mattracks is priced at USD 33,243 (Rs. 23 lakh) and it helps improve the tractability of the regular Roxor under difficult surfaces
Mahindra Roxor is offered in the United States with a number of customisable accessories including different decals, camos and wraps. It is sold under ‘off-highway’ vehicle category competing against ATVs from Polaris and Kawasaki. The Roxor can be bought in seven different colour choices and appeals to the farming sector the most.
We had listed the accessories Mahindra sells with the Roxor recently and what caught our attention was definitely the Mattracks. In this video posted on Mattracks Youtube channel, you could really see the Mattracks equipped Mahindra Roxor delivering on its promises by scraping through different locations such as in barren lands, mines, manoeuvring through water and snow, as well as rock beds, moist lands, slush, uneven surfaces and so on.
It can only be fitted at dealerships and Mahindra says the zRX Roxor Tracks helps in improving the traction and ground clearance, which in turn enable the Roxor to tackle the toughest of surfaces. It comes equipped with a special rubber torsion anti-torque system and full rubber torsion suspension while HSLA steel frame construction and presence of aluminium drive sprockets reduce the overall weight.
The typical use of Mattracks can be found on recreational and work purposes where travelling through difficult surfaces is mandatory. It is popular in industries like mining, drilling, logging, pipeline construction, agricultural, law enforcement, forestry, surveying and power transmission lines preferring it in the majority.
The base-spec Mahindra Roxor is priced at USD 15,999 (Rs. 11.10 lakh) while fitting the Mattracks will incur a total buying cost of USD 33,243 (Rs. 23 lakh approximately) – about Rs. 12 lakh more than the entry-level Roxor. The Roxor is based on Mahindra’s Thar off-roader and is powered by a 2.5-litre M2DICR turbocharged diesel engine.
It is good enough to produce a maximum power output of 64 PS at 3,200 rpm and 95 Nm of peak torque delivered between 1,400 rpm and 2,200 rpm as in the recently discontinued Thar DI. It is mated to either a manual or an automatic transmission sending power to the 4×4 system.