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ROXOR Jeep? #7626335 10/07/19 04:40 PM
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Looking at the Mahindra ROXOR for a ranch / hunting vehicle just not to sure on the diesel engine being quiet enough. Anyone have any experience with one?

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No front locker or rear locker

Limited suspension travel

Not street legal


I personally think for the money there are better UTV options, infact I think their partner utv is a better option


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Kinda what I'm seeing without actually driving one, I think a better option would be a older Tacoma or something similar with a cab, heat, and AC. I have no need for a locker, standard 4x4 is plenty enough for what I'm doing, south texas sendaros mostly dust 90% of the time and get a little slick in the rain but nothing to boggy.

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Originally Posted by spg
Kinda what I'm seeing without actually driving one, I think a better option would be a older Tacoma or something similar with a cab, heat, and AC. I have no need for a locker, standard 4x4 is plenty enough for what I'm doing, south texas sendaros mostly dust 90% of the time and get a little slick in the rain but nothing to boggy.


For STX taco for sure.


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"South Texas mostly dust" I would want an air conditioned cab for sure.


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Re: ROXOR Jeep? [Re: spg] #7649232 11/01/19 03:30 PM
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Hello Hunters!

I want to reach out and offer my services in anyway possible. Mahindra Roxor is undoubtedly the best value on the market when it comes to investing in an offroad hunting or ranching vehicle. If anyone has any questions at all, please ask me. I have several Roxors that are ready to hit the dirt right now. 16,000 out the door. That includes tax title and license. If you are ag exempt then you are looking at 15000 out the door!! best deal possible on brand new 2019 Roxor base model!! good luck to all and please dont hesitate to contact me for information on Mahindra Roxor, or Can-Am and Yamaha machines.. Thank you

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I want to reach out and offer my services in anyway possible. Mahindra Roxor is undoubtedly the best value on the market when it comes to investing in an offroad hunting or ranching vehicle. If anyone has any questions at all, please ask me. I have several Roxors that are ready to hit the dirt right now. 16,000 out the door. That includes tax title and license. If you are ag exempt then you are looking at 15000 out the door!! best deal possible on brand new 2019 Roxor base model!! good luck to all and please dont hesitate to contact me for information on Mahindra Roxor, or Can-Am and Yamaha machines.. Thank you [/quote]


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Re: ROXOR Jeep? [Re: spg] #7669419 11/22/19 05:09 AM
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I just got back from Idaho elk hunting on a private 10k acre ranch. They run Polaris, Can Am and Kawasaki side by sides. They bought a Roxor. The feedback from the hunting guides was that it was great. They felt it was more solid and had more ground clearance than the UTV’s. However the biggest drawback was the ability to load a field dressed elk in the back. The ‘bed’ is smaller and narrower than the UTV. So they only used it for mule deer hunting. Hope this helps.

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Can get an actual Jeep that's a few years old for the same or less.

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Originally Posted by TexFlip
Can get an actual Jeep that's a few years old for the same or less.


Agree 100% Flip And with a roof doors and A/C


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Never been to a camping world. I prefer Dick's to be honest.
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Originally Posted by TEXASLEFTY
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Can get an actual Jeep that's a few years old for the same or less.


Agree 100% Flip And with a roof doors and A/C


And street legal. The same can be said of any UTV though

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Originally Posted by TexFlip
Can get an actual Jeep that's a few years old for the same or less.


This. Or you could get a 90's model and really trick it out. And drive it on the highway if you so choose. See no use in an offroad-only jeep personally.

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Originally Posted by z71dustin
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Can get an actual Jeep that's a few years old for the same or less.


Agree 100% Flip And with a roof doors and A/C


And street legal. The same can be said of any UTV though


I’ve been in a Polaris with an A/C and heater.


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Never been to a camping world. I prefer Dick's to be honest.
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Originally Posted by TEXASLEFTY
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Can get an actual Jeep that's a few years old for the same or less.


Agree 100% Flip And with a roof doors and A/C


And street legal. The same can be said of any UTV though


I’ve been in a Polaris with an A/C and heater.


Street legal?

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Originally Posted by TEXASLEFTY
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Can get an actual Jeep that's a few years old for the same or less.


Agree 100% Flip And with a roof doors and A/C


And street legal. The same can be said of any UTV though


I’ve been in a Polaris with an A/C and heater.


Not new for $15,000.

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You ain’t getting a Jeep new for 15k either


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Originally Posted by BOBO the Clown
You ain’t getting a Jeep new for 15k either


Don't think anybody ever mentioned a new jeep. Jeep a few years old, 90's model jeep, and the brand new Mahindra Roxor were mentioned in the $15,000 price range.

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Originally Posted by FXfromTX
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You ain’t getting a Jeep new for 15k either


Don't think anybody ever mentioned a new jeep. Jeep a few years old, 90's model jeep, and the brand new Mahindra Roxor were mentioned in the $15,000 price range.

Take a Roxor and a 90's model jeep and run it around the pasture beating the hell out of it and see which one comes out still running with all the exterior and drive line parts still intact.

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Originally Posted by don k
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You ain’t getting a Jeep new for 15k either


Don't think anybody ever mentioned a new jeep. Jeep a few years old, 90's model jeep, and the brand new Mahindra Roxor were mentioned in the $15,000 price range.

Take a Roxor and a 90's model jeep and run it around the pasture beating the hell out of it and see which one comes out still running with all the exterior and drive line parts still intact.


I'll take the Jeep. For the same price I can buy a nice TJ and put good enough suspension on it that I would be much more comfortable in it.

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Originally Posted by TEXASLEFTY
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Can get an actual Jeep that's a few years old for the same or less.


Agree 100% Flip And with a roof doors and A/C


And street legal. The same can be said of any UTV though


I’ve been in a Polaris with an A/C and heater.

For the price of a 2019 1100 crew with a cab Northstar you can buy a new Jeep.

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Originally Posted by don k
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You ain’t getting a Jeep new for 15k either


Don't think anybody ever mentioned a new jeep. Jeep a few years old, 90's model jeep, and the brand new Mahindra Roxor were mentioned in the $15,000 price range.

Take a Roxor and a 90's model jeep and run it around the pasture beating the hell out of it and see which one comes out still running with all the exterior and drive line parts still intact.

Just looked at a 2010 2 door Wrangler with 7k miles on it for $15k. No need to go back 25 years.

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You can’t buy a loaded Jeep crew cab for $21,000. That’s what my friend paid for his Northstar Polaris Ranger crew.


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Originally Posted by FXfromTX
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You ain’t getting a Jeep new for 15k either


Don't think anybody ever mentioned a new jeep. Jeep a few years old, 90's model jeep, and the brand new Mahindra Roxor were mentioned in the $15,000 price range.



I can get a mule pro, Polaris and Canam with heater for less then 15k NEW

I’ve owned three jeeps starting with a Willis. I’ll take a mule pro over ANY Jeep model for off pavement use..

Narrower, lighter, more suspension travel, and 50x easier to tow.


Only upside to the Roxor is Willis type nostalgia



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Originally Posted by BOBO the Clown
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You ain’t getting a Jeep new for 15k either


Don't think anybody ever mentioned a new jeep. Jeep a few years old, 90's model jeep, and the brand new Mahindra Roxor were mentioned in the $15,000 price range.



I can get a mule pro, Polaris and Canam with heater for less than 15k NEW


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HVAC and cab is a $9k option for the Mule.
MSRP on the Ranger Crew Northstar is $27k.
The Can-Am is higher than either.
You're saying you can get any of these three for almost HALF off MSRP?

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Wow they want 9,000 for a cab and a/c? That seems crazy.


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