Mahindra is a customer-centric company. We value your feedback and strive to address your concerns with speed and empathy and in a fair and transparent manner.
You can send your feedback through telephone, email or through the Get in Touch section on this website. Feedback forms are also available at all our dealer showrooms and workshops. You can also visit our With You Hamesha website and give your feedback in the Get in touch section.
M & M has 18 regional offices (Delhi, Lucknow, Jaipur, Chandigarh, Noida, Karnal, Mumbai, Bhopal, Ahmedabad, Pune, Kolkata, Patna, Bhubaneswar, Guwahati, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bangalore and Cochin). Each of these offices has Customer Care Managers who are responsible for specific dealerships. You can contact these offices (the contact details are provided in owner's handbook supplied with your vehicle) and give them your feedback.
We have 18 RCCMs (Regional Customer Care Managers) who are in charge of their respective states. The RCCM for your region will contact you if you inform any individual you are talking to at M&M. You can also send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org making a request that you want to talk to the RCCM. Rest assured you will be contacted.
Our Customer Care Team shall endeavour to reply to your feedback within 1 working day.
You can send your communication to Vice President- Customer Care, Mr. Sandeep Dhond on email@example.com. He will strive to respond within 6 hours during working days and when he is in office. A copy of this mail communication should also be marked to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The top most office in Automotive Division of Automotive & Farm Equipment Sector is that of Sector President. He can be reached on AFS-President@mahindra.com.
We will be glad to know your feedback regarding any of our products. You can address the communication to: The Brand Manager and mail it to email@example.com or fax it to 022-28468523
Please call our 24 x 7 WITH YOU HAMESHA toll free number 1800-209-6006 and place a request.
For all vehicles the ex-showroom prices as applicable for respective cities are declared in advance by Mahindra & Mahindra. This information is available on our website. For spare parts, Mahindra & Mahindra declares the respective MRPs (Maximum Retail Prices). Labour charges for services rendered are based on hourly flat-rate as per city classification. These have been pre-defined by M&M and each job is charged by the standard number of hours that is necessary for the job. The calculation will be done on the basis of hours required for job multiplied by flat rate applicable for the city.
Note: Engine oil consumption depends on the viscosity and quality of oil, and on the conditions in which the vehicle is being driven. Oil consumption will be more during high speed driving and due to frequent acceleration and deceleration. A new engine will consume more oil since its pistons, piston rings and cylinder walls are not conditioned.
Inspect your vehicle's tyres by performing the following checks:
Car crashes are a leading cause of death. Apart from always following traffic signs and obeying the rules of the road, buckling up your seat belt greatly reduces your chances of getting hurt in an accident. Always ensure that everyone in your vehicle is strapped in and children are secured in safety seats before you start.
Alcohol is the leading cause of fatal car crashes caused by human error. People are killed on the road every day due to alcohol-impaired judgement or reflexes. Drunken driving also results in thousands of injuries including lifetime disabilities like brain damage, paralysis, blindness, or amputated or deformed limbs.
On a warm day, the temperature inside a car can shoot up in minutes, even if the windows are partially open. Even if it is not so hot outside, the danger of overheating exists, especially if you have a dark-coloured car. Don't leave pets or children unattended.
Carry these items in your vehicle in case of an emergency
Respect other drivers
Make sure you always have a clear head when you drive. Alcohol and certain drugs, both illegal and legal, can severely impair your driving skills. Many prescription and over-the-counter medications can cause drowsiness. Get a good night's rest and don't drive for long stretches without a break. If you are tired, don't risk your safety and that of others on the highway by trying to drive. Instead, designate a driver or choose another means of transportation.
Driving with someone else in your vehicle can increase your overall alertness. It is well known that driving alone, especially when sleep deprived and at night, increases chances of an accident.
If you are taking any medications, be sure to read the warning labels. If the label says the medications cause drowsiness or not to drive, heed the warning.
Give yourself plenty of extra time to reach your destination and account for emergencies or traffic jams on the way. By allowing yourself extra time, you can be more relaxed while driving and thereby avoid road rage and rash driving.