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    Well thatís it for mahindra.
    I think they had a real case until they admitted that it looked like a cj.
    Donít know why Jeep gives a crap? Itís a side by side not a street car, none of the parts are swappable, itís just a doorless off road toy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snboarder113 View Post
    Well thatís it for mahindra.
    I think they had a real case until they admitted that it looked like a cj.
    Donít know why Jeep gives a crap? Itís a side by side not a street car, none of the parts are swappable, itís just a doorless off road toy.

    https://jalopnik.com/judge-rules-mah...hry-1840075074


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    I do agree with jeep though. It is the foundation that jeep was built on, literally, and to not have the brand on it hurts the name.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    I do agree with jeep though. It is the foundation that jeep was built on, literally, and to not have the brand on it hurts the name.


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    Ehh. Itís not like they were replicating the seven slot grille. And plenty of other manufacturers made the original army GPís. Pretty sure across the ocean has a few direct rip offs as well that are actually road vehicles. I donít honestly see how a souped up golf cart is any danger to their brand or more importantly their profit. Someone looking to buy a wrangler isnít gonna buy a side by side. Apples and oranges.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    I do agree with jeep though. It is the foundation that jeep was built on, literally, and to not have the brand on it hurts the name.


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    Then why doesnít Jeep build it?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Snboarder113 View Post
    Ehh. Itís not like they were replicating the seven slot grille. And plenty of other manufacturers made the original army GPís. Pretty sure across the ocean has a few direct rip offs as well that are actually road vehicles. I donít honestly see how a souped up golf cart is any danger to their brand or more importantly their profit. Someone looking to buy a wrangler isnít gonna buy a side by side. Apples and oranges.


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    Then why doesnít Jeep build it?


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    But when the Roxor is directly using the look and feel of a classic Jeep, even with out the seven slot grill, to generate sales verses coming up with their own design direction, I can see and agree with FCAs point. If you want to build a side by side, Come up with you own design like Everyone else did. And I get the oversees issue, but they have no control over that.

    And I think Jeep should come back with a CJ inspired Side by Side!

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    After seeing the demand jeep just might do that.
    Quote Originally Posted by notnalc68 View Post
    Then why doesnít Jeep build it?


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    Quote Originally Posted by notnalc68 View Post
    Then why doesnít Jeep build it?


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    Because then it would be 45k and then tease a diesel option for years.

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    (i) A boxy body shape with flat appearing vertical side and rear body panels ending at about the same height as the hood;

    (ii) Substantially flat hood with curved side edges that tapers to be narrower at the front;

    (iii) Trapezoidal front wheel wells with front fenders or fender flares that extend beyond the front of the grille;

    (iv) Flat appearing grille with vertical elongated grille slots and a trapezoidal outline that curves around round headlamps positioned on the upper part of the grille;

    (v) Exterior hood latches;

    (vi) Door cutouts above a bottom portion of the side body panels

    Soooo according to their suit vehicles are infringing on Jeep (from 50 years ago) design by
    having a door cutout- so other vehicles canít have door holes.
    Having exterior hood latches, Bc theyíre the only ones that do right?
    Having a boxy shape
    A vertical grille
    And a flat hood?


    I agree the fenders and lights are a pretty direct rip. But as a whole I think theyíre plenty different. Not that I have any use for a side by side anyways just an interesting read.




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    Santa is real! Thatís a great gift.

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