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Mahindra has added a new variant to its popular mini-truck Jeeto named as the Mahindra Jeeto Plus. This variant has a longer deck that measures 7.4 feet and has an increased payload capacity by 715 kg.

Mahindra has added a new variant to its popular mini-truck Jeeto named as the Mahindra Jeeto Plus. The new variant of the Jeeto is manufactured as a sub-1 tonne light commercial vehicle which is priced at an ex-showroom Rs 3.47 lacs. When the new variant is compared to old regular old Jeeto mini- truck the Plus variant has a longer deck that measures 7.4 feet. Also, the variant has an increased payload capacity by 715 kg.

Another attractive service offered by Mahindra on the mini-truck is that the Mahindra Jeeto Plus comes with a class-leading warranty of 3 years or 72,000 km whichever comes first.

On the occasion the Business Head of Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd, Satinder Singh Bajwa, said, "With the launch of Jeeto Plus, Mahindra offers an excellent value proposition for its customers. In line with its brand promise of Badi Gadi, Badi Kamai, Badi Kamoyabi', Jeeto Plus enables the customers to earn more profitability and prosperity. This mini-trucks stylish looks, car-like comfort and unmatched safety will build on the popularity of the original Jeeto mini-truck. We firmly believe that Jeeto Plus will make its mark in the Indian market with its qualities and competitive price like our products in other segments".

The mini- truck is powered by a 625 cc single-cylinder water-cooled Direct Injection (DI) diesel engine that is able to pump 16 bhp of peak power at 3600RPM and develops 38 Nm of peak torque at 1200-2200RPM.

The engine is mated to a 4-speed manual gearbox. Also, as per the company claims Jeeto Plus is 30% more fuel-efficient and gives a fuel mileage of 29.1 kmpl.

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