Anand Mahindra is very active on Twitter and speaks on every issue. In such a situation, this time he remembered the old days when the price of petrol used to be very low. During this, he also shared the tweet.
Mahindra Group chairperson Anand Mahindra took to Twitter to reminisce on the “good old days”, when a car used to cost less than Rs 10,000! The Mumbai-based business tycoon shared an old ad for the iconic Fiat 1100. In this advertisement, a small family car is being sold for Rs.9,800. Mahindra tweeted that, “Ah good old days.”
The ad shared by Mahindra dates back to 1963 when the model was launched. The car was an updated version of Fiat’s 1100E model and was manufactured in Mumbai by Premier Automobiles until the late 2000s. The Fiat 1100 was available with two petrol engine options i.e. 1,089 cc and 1, 221 cc.
Ah the good old days… pic.twitter.com/SNH3Cwirki
– anand mahindra July 14, 2021
The latest tweet made users nostalgic thinking about their old days and old cars. A user named Samuel Premkumar shared an old advertisement for Mahindra’s Willys model CJ33 jeep. In this advertisement, Mahindra Group can be seen announcing a price cut of Rs 200 for the Willys model CJ 33 Jeep.
Were these both at the same time period… pic.twitter.com/rTFmkDKMuA
— AHUM ANSARI🦉 (@charmer_nku) July 14, 2021
Another user shared the petrol bill of February 2, 1963. It can be seen that the price of 5 liters of petrol was Rs 3.60. That is, the cost of one liter of petrol was 72 paise during that time. But today the same price is touching the sky and in most of the states the price of petrol is beyond Rs 100. Citizens are facing a lot of trouble because of this price.
– Samuel Premkumar (spremking) July 14, 2021
Let us tell you that the chairperson of Mahindra Group has a dedicated social media fan base. This is because he keeps his point on every issue. Whether it is the matter of cricketers or the drone attack in Jammu and Kashmir. Anand Mahindra has 8.4 million followers on Twitter.
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