|Headquarters||Mumbai, Maharashtra, India|
|Area served||India, Nepal, Sri Lanka|
|Key people||Pawan Goenka (Director)|
|Employees||900 approx. (Mar-2014)|
|Parent||Mahindra & Mahindra|
Mahindra Truck and Bus Division, formerly called Mahindra Navistar / Mahindra International, is an Indian commercial vehicle manufacturer formed in 2005 from a joint-venture between Navistar International (49%) of the United States and Indian automobile maker Mahindra & Mahindra (51%). It has been demerged into Mahindra & Mahindra ltd and became a separate division, including Mahindra Navistar Engines.
Mahindra Truck and Bus commercial vehicles range from 3.5 – 49 tons GVW/GCW.
HCV Range : TRUXO (25T, 31T & 37T GVW), TORRO (25T & 31T GVW), TRACO (35T & 40T GCW)
LCV Range : LoadKing (6T GVW), DI3200 (4.5T GVW), COSMO (15, 25, 32, 36, 40 seater buses)
- ↑ "Mahindra completes purchase of Navistar's stake in India Joint Ventures".
- ↑ "Mahindra International is now Mahindra Navistar". Motorindia (8 September 2008). Retrieved on 1 August 2013.
- ↑ The Hindu on Mahindra International,.
- ↑ "Mahindra Truck & Bus business to demerge into M&M Ltd. To operate as a new Division".