They say when it comes to cars, everybody is an expert, but unlike your typical punter, Toowoomba Genio owner Rick Mules is a guy who gets paid for what he knows about vehicles and their operation, and has done for years.

Six-Wheel Genio Aimed At Fleet, Trade & Camper Customers

It might be born in the open spaces of the Darling Downs in country Queensland, but this head-turning Mahindra Genio from Briggs Six Wheelers is aimed squarely at the inner-city. In the last thirty years the Dalby-based company has completed over 1200 six-wheel conversions, and their most recent adaptation was none other than the Mahindra Genio 4x4. The Genio is achieving a sort of underground cult status with canny tradies who have cottoned on to its impressive combination of high cabin comfort, responsive performance, low and extra long tray and high ground clearance - all for under 20 grand!

Charlie’s Genio Schools Them All

Home maintenance and school groundsman Charlie Howlett based in Strathpine, QLD reckons his Mahindra Genio could teach the other tradesman's utes a lesson. A carpenter by trade, sixty-four-year-old Charlie is also a boat-builder who, in his spare time runs his own house maintenance business. So when it came time to buy a new Ute, he needed one that could cope with any test.

New Zealand Trucking Magazine Review Mahindra Genio

The introduction of Mahindra's new Genio model represents a more sophisticated and modern approach to the New Zealand light commercial truck market. Whilst their current Pik Up range appeals mainly to the agricultural sector, the Genio will capture a much wider audience.

Mahindra Launches New Genio Diesel Tradie Ute

WILLAWONG, QLD (July, 2013) – Brisbane-based Mahindra, fresh from the successful launch of the new XUV500 sports utility vehicle (SUV) in June 2012, is now launching its new 1.2-tonne Mahindra Genio Diesel Ute on the Australian market.