Mahindra Wins Wrangler Trademark Case in Court

In 2018, Indian automaker Mahindra & Mahindra introduced the Roxor off-roader to the U.S. market

original Willys Jeep, led to legal disputes with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA).

the Eastern District Court of Michigan has ruled in favor of Mahindra Automotive North America, allowing the company to continue selling 2020-and-newer versions of the Roxor, according to Automotive News.

FCA, which later merged with PSA Group to form Stellantis in 2021, filed a formal complaint with the U.S.

International Trade Commission (ITC) in 2018, claiming that the Roxor was a near-replica of the iconic Jeep design.

Mahindra contested FCA’s complaint in a Michigan court, asserting that the two companies had reached an agreement in 2009