The Mahindra Enforcer belonged to the stable of Mahindra & Mahindra Limited, one of the largest multinational automobile vehicle manufacturing corporations in India and the world’s top producer of tractors.
The Mahindra Enforcer was introduced in the Philippines in 2015. The Indian automobile manufacturer won the bidding to supply the transport vehicle for the Philippine National Police nationwide.
The Mahindra Enforcer measures 4,982mm long, 1,815mm wide, and 1,885mm tall. It is acclaimed for its tough body structure detailed with boxy edges, deep lines, and intimidating stance.
Exterior highlights include a chrome cased five-slotted radiator grille, contemporary-shaped pair of headlights, robust front and rear bumpers, fog lights, high-cut fenders, two to four durable doors with chrome-colored handles, large windows, exposed hinges, an integrated antenna, a long cargo bed, and a set of 15-inch steel wheels with covers to complement its outstanding rugged look.
The Mahindra Enforcer is built with a 3,014mm wheelbase that perfectly provides a roomy cabin and an efficiently-sized cargo bed. Notable interior features include the monochromatic color theme, comfortable and adjustable fabric-covered seats at the front and rear for five fully-grown passengers, rear-seat headrests, a sunroof for natural lighting, an ergonomically-designed instrument panel with big knobs and controls, power windows, bottle holders, glove box for storing small items, an accessory power outlet, a multi-functional big steering wheel with audio switches for convenience, and a tall and ground-mounted gear stick.
Technology & Safety Features
The Mahindra Enforcer comes with a Kenwood audio system with AM/FM radio and CD player. It is paired with speakers strategically positioned at the front and rear.
In terms of safety, the Mahindra Enforcer is wrapped in sheet metal to provide protection to its riders. The vehicle is also equipped with seatbelts at the front and rear seats, seat belt warning indicator, low fuel warning light, engine check warning indicator, and door ajar warning indicator.
Platform & Chassis
The standard Mahindra Enforcer is built with an independent front suspension at the front and a semi-elliptical progressive leaf spring suspension at the rear while the Floodbuster variants are affixed with McPherson strut suspensions at the front and double wishbone suspensions at the rear.
Engine & Drivetrain
All variants of the Mahindra Enforcer are powered by a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine mated with a five-speed manual transmission. It is guaranteed to produce 100 horsepower with 240 Newton meters of torque.