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Size of the Mahindra Roxor

It’s bigger than you think

Since owning a Mahindra Roxor, a 2018 LE to be exact, one of the comments that I've gotten the most is about the size. It's larger than most people think. In fact, even I was surprised at how large of a vehicle it is when I first got it. I've spent a lot of time in flatfender Jeeps, CJ-5s and more, but the size of this thing is more like a CJ-7. It might even have more interior space. The passenger area up front is large and spacious. Seats sit up high and have huge lockable-storage boxes below them, and the bed behind the seat's maws open like the mouth of a whale shark.

 

The Roxor is a tractor?

The fact is, Mahindra has built tractors for decades, and this thing tends to fall into the role of a tractor at our house. We recently got a set of five 38-inch tires delivered and loaded them up into the Roxor to move them back to the shop. It was at that point when we again were surprised at the size of the UTV. It's big and starts up reliably every time we need to move something or want to run up the (dirt) road to the local quickie mart.

 

 

Gobs of space.

Because the cab lacks a dash—like a TJ wrangler—there is a bunch of space between the occupants and the back of the windshield. Also, the transmission tunnel hump is small, which makes this "passenger" area of the rig feel even bigger. The seats also sit up like a newer CJ-5, CJ-7, YJ or TJ, but rather than lost space, there is a large lockable storage box under both front seats. That's good because the dash lacks a glove box, but one of these storage compartments by itself is easily twice the size of any Jeep glovebox we've seen in decades.