Hi Friends,

My sole purpose to start this forum is to unite all TUV 300 owners to share their experience no matter good or bad, to benefit others and bring niggles till Mahindra officials.

Please share your thoughts and publicize this forum to make our voice stand tall.

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VP

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Rogerab

Postby haneefach » 30 Sep 2016, 19:38

Is ROGERAB make considerable difference in the riding comfort?
What is its price?
Is it DIY?
Is it break Mahindra warranty?



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Re: Rogerab

Postby vimalsjohn » 02 Oct 2016, 21:09

Yea it makes lots of difference,it will reduce 90% of cabin rolling sure second row passenger will feel the difference.its price around 6500 something not sure and it's not DIY cause we have to lift the tank and remove all the wheels to fit it.front two wheels are so difficult to fit and back two are easy to fit in 10minz,and it's sure that it will break Mahindra warranty but according to me rogerad won't create any problem with suspension so go for it,I completed 1 month with rogerab on my tank no problem till now having a great and relaxed drive.


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Re: Rogerab

Postby haneefach » 02 Oct 2016, 23:58

Hi vimalsjohn
Thanks for sharing all info needed


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Re: Rogerab

Postby Sharadkt » 06 Oct 2016, 12:14

haneefach wrote:Hi vimalsjohn
Thanks for sharing all info needed


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it does make your ride harsh in normal conditions so unless you are too much inconvenienced by body roll (swing effect) don't add them.

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Re: Rogerab

Postby ankur » 06 Oct 2016, 13:47

Sharadkt wrote:
haneefach wrote:Hi vimalsjohn
Thanks for sharing all info needed


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it does make your ride harsh in normal conditions so unless you are too much inconvenienced by body roll (swing effect) don't add them.



Thanks for sharing this, you saved some bucks of mine :lol: :P

Can you elaborate a little more? would really appreciate that.

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Re: RE: Re: Rogerab

Postby Sharadkt » 06 Oct 2016, 14:01

ankur wrote:
Sharadkt wrote:
haneefach wrote:Hi vimalsjohn
Thanks for sharing all info needed


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it does make your ride harsh in normal conditions so unless you are too much inconvenienced by body roll (swing effect) don't add them.



Thanks for sharing this, you saved some bucks of mine

Can you elaborate a little more? would really appreciate that.

Sure... While navigating small speed breakers the plastic types in normal city drive, car will make khat khat sound as springs wont get compressed due to rogerabs.

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Re: Rogerab

Postby harikrishnan » 24 Nov 2016, 10:41

Do you facing any wheelspinning issue before or after.how it is functioning

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Re: Rogerab

Postby Sharadkt » 24 Nov 2016, 10:51

harikrishnan wrote:Do you facing any wheelspinning issue before or after.how it is functioning


Rogerabs reduces / minimizes wheel spin issue greatly as it increases the traction. However I suggest all the new owners to go for new suspension instead of using rogerabs. Rogerabs will impact warranty and may play with vehicle's dynamics, with new suspension from Mahindra, no such problem...

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Sharad

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Re: Rogerab

Postby harikrishnan » 24 Nov 2016, 11:34

Already upgraded to new suspension

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Re: Rogerab

Postby Sharadkt » 24 Nov 2016, 11:41

harikrishnan wrote:Already upgraded to new suspension

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Could you please share your feedback on new suspension as compared to the earlier one? in terms of ride quality, body roll and rear wheel spin?


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