Thar is the better performing & Cheap when comparing with Gutkha…. check this out http://www.cartoq.com/force-gurkha-vs-mahindra-thar-which-is-the-better-4×4/
The needs are quite different. The Gurkha is smaller and not as comfortable as a Force One. The interiors of the Gurkha are quite basic, while the Force One is more luxurious. Compared to the Thar, the Gurkha would have more space, but build quality is just about at a par and it’s not as powerful as the Thar CRDE.
All of these vehicles can be fitted with AC, power steering, and a heater too, with some adjustments and all of them are reliable, and low maintenance vehicles. However, if you are ok with 4 seats in the car, The Mahindra Thar 4WD is the best pick. The Gypsy is too bumpy and the Bolero is too slow on the highway.
Yes these fitments are possible aftermarket. In fact, the Thar CRDe will come with a factory fitted AC/heater & power steering which makes it even better. Am not sure about the Bolero 4×4, if it also comes factory fitted. The Gypsy is petrol so it’s going to be costly to run besides being more uncomfortable. Take your pick between the Thar and the…[Read more]
If you need a 4×4 with all these three features, on a low budget – I would suggest the Mahindra Thar – it has AC, heater and powersteering. If you can stretch your budget by another Rs. 2 lakh, you could pick the Mahindra Scorpio 4×4 LX variant – which not only has all these features, it is also far more comfortable for use on road as well as…[Read more]