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July 17, 2015: Maruti Suzuki has bagged another big order from the Indian Army to deliver its most potent offroader- The mighty Gypsy. The company received an order to supply 2,071 Gypsies costing around Rs 125 crore. Prior to this, the Indian Army also have shortlisted Mahindra Scorpio and Tata Safari as it placed an order of 3,200 vehicles to replace its old fleet of SUVs. The Army under GS 500 category placed the order few weeks back and if reports are to be believed the deliveries will start in the next few months.
I'd like to describe Gypsy as a Rockstar...Likes of Backstrret Boys,britney Spears and jennifer Lopez etc have come and gone and we have already forgotten their songs too...Because there's a new song by some new artist playing on the Radio everyday.But we are still haunted by Dire Straits,Queen,Bryan Adams,Aerosmith,and Eagles etc...Ever wondered why ?They may be out of the scene now but still their songs remain in our mind and haunt us where ever we go.Gypsy has same qualities of a Rock read more 5
This iconic car needs no introduction. The very first Jeep to hit Indian Roads the Gypsy is a living legend. It was made specifically to tackle any Indian terrain which is why it has been widely used by the special and armed forces since its inception. The Gypsy uses a Rear Leaf spring with Double action damper suspension system which works wonders. The car is powered by a 1298cc G13BB MPFI 4-cylinder engine that can create a maximum power of 80bhp@6000 rpm and maximum torque of103Nm@450 read more 15
This is an iconic SUV .Engine has a displacement of 1298cc; The engine actually is more powerful than it seems with an amazing maximum output of 80bhp at 6000rpm, while the torque is also a sufficient 103Nm at 4500rpm. The engine is capable of producing a city mileage of 8.45 Kmpl and the same increases significantly on highways to about 11.96 Kmpl, which is not impressive and the spares are not available at all MGP stores. 4x4 drive at 4L Max speed is 90km/hr 4H /2H Max speed 120 km/hr advisabl read more 3
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While modern cars are packed to the brim with technology, here’s a vehicle that’s as analogue as cars get. Maruti Suzuki’s first SUV, went on sale back in 1985. Over the years it has seen its share of nip and tucks to stay in tune with the times, but the recipe hasn’t changed a whole lot. A light-weight body, a peppy petrol motor and four-wheel drive - this concoction made the Gypsy a darling of the Armed Forces for the past few decades. But, should you buy one?
Things We Like in Gypsy
Healthy 210mm of ground clearance, light weight and four-wheel drive gives it fantastic off-road credentials.
Smooth and refined 1.3-litre petrol motor has a punchy mid-range.
Things We Don't Like in Gypsy
On road ride quality is slightly bumpy, thanks to the leaf spring suspension.
Bare bones cabin doesn’t feature basic necessities such as AC or power windows.
Stand Out Features
Four-wheel drive is offered as standard.
The Maruti Gypsy has stood the test of time, becoming an icon in the process. It isn’t something you buy to get to work, or buy the groceries in. In fact, it misses out on the most basic creature comforts you’d find even in the Alto 800.
"The Gypsy is meant to be taken off-road, and offers tremendous potential for modifications as well."
The Gypsy is meant to be taken off-road, and offers tremendous potential for modifications as well. In case you need a toy to muck about in over the weekends, the grand daddy of four-wheel drive SUVs in India tugs at the heart more than anything!
India’s largest passenger car maker Maruti Suzuki has received its single largest order to manufacture 4,000 units of its sports utility vehicle Gypsy from the Indian Army. As the contract is finalized through central government tendering, the company has declined to disclose the deal’s financial value. Though the details about the financial value is still in wraps but assuming the ex-showroom price of Rs 5.42-5.96 lac, the order should be in the vicinity of Rs 216 to 238 crores. Read Full News
The Indian Army has been the biggest Maruti Gypsy buyer, and now it has decided to phase-out Gypsy from its inventory. Mahindra Scorpio and Tata Safari are now fighting to replace the vehicle under a project expected to cost more than Rs. 3,000 crore. Read Full News
A bad news came for Maruti Suzuki India from the end of Indian Army. The Indian Army will soon phase out Maruti Suzuki Gypsy. The homegrown Tata Motors, Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M) along with Japanese Nissan Motor Co are in the queue to replace the legendary Gypsy 4x4 off-roader used by the Indian Army. The bidding for the Indian Army tender will be kick-started once the decision over the technical aspects is given to the standards. Among all, two companies will provide their vehicles by April 15th and the testing will start by the end of April. Read Full News