The Mahindra TUV 300 plus sounds like apple’s idea of making a plus size car and rightly so. The body of the original TUV 300 has been elongated so as to accommodate four more seats by fitting two rows on each side essentially making it a nine seater. Having being launched in 2018, spy shots of a facelift model have surfaced and we think Mahindra plans to get the facelift out this year itself. Continue reading to find out further details about the Mahindra TUV 300 plus facelift.

TUV 300 plus facelift design

The TUV 300 plus is a nine seater SUV by Mahindra that was supposed to garner sales mainly from b-town cities and rural areas, and has been successful in doing so. It seems that Mahindra wants to shake things up a bit with the facelift launching just two years from the original launch. The company must be of the idea that the design was outdated. The front and rear bumper are supposedly going to get changes, and the front headlights are said to be completely redesigned in order to differentiate it from the regular TUV 300 and therefore stand out. Comfort wise, you do see a bit of an adjustment to be done in the third row as this kind of a seating layout is never said to be very comfortable especially for long rides and it will seem to get cramped up here if all of the passengers seated in the third row are adults.


On the mechanical front, the Mahindra TUV 300 plus facelift could be equipped with the new BS6 2.2 liter engine from Mahindra that will also be seen in the Scorpio, that will probably get a upgrade in its power output mated to a six speed manual transmission. The TUV has been sold by the company to be a tough vehicle and tough it is with good highway stability and a tough body along with decent safety features such as dual-front airbags, ABS with EBD, collapsible steering column, sided intrusion beams, digital immobilizer, driver seat belt reminder hazard lights on panic braking. The top spec of the car also comes with features such as leatherette seats and an audio system.


If the bs6 engines do land up in the facelift model then prices are suspected to significantly increase by around a lakh at least. Let’s hope that Mahindra has also revised some of the problems of the car and also added some features to it along with the increase in price. Do check out our review on the TUV 300.


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