Mahindra XUV300 is a strong product at its core. Premium segment-first features, sharp design language, powerful engines and solid build quality come together to make it an outstanding option for buyers. However, there is still room for improvement and Mahindra could work in some areas to make this an even lucrative offering. Mahindra brought an update for the XUV300 this year, however, we expect a facelift for the car in the coming time. The car would get further updated and would present a better case for itself. Today’s article will deal with 5 things that could come with the Mahindra XUV300 facelift.

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360-degree camera

Mahindra XUV300 facelift

Nissan Magnite and Renault Kiger are the cheapest offerings in the market today to come with 360-degree parking cameras. 360-degree cameras are a great addition to instantly enhance the safety of the vehicle. Mahindra could add this feature to make the car safer.

Wireless charging

Mahindra XUV300 facelift

Customers have started giving a lot of attention to cars that can make their overall driving experience more convenient. Keeping this in mind, brands have started adding a lot of in-cabin convenience features. Wireless charging is one such feature that is being offered in cars these days. Wireless charging allows users to charge their devices without having cluttered wires in the cabin.

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Wireless Android Auto & Apple CarPlay

Wireless Replication Kiger

Android Auto, Apple CarPlay is one of the most common features in cars these days that every buyers automatically expects in cars that come with a touchscreen infotainment system. Although the Android Auto, Apple CarPlay are in themselves convenience features, coupling them with wireless technology has further enhanced the practicality. Mahindra might bring the facelift with this feature.

Updated exteriors

mahindra xuv300 facelift

With the facelift, we expect Mahindra to update some exterior elements as well. Reworked bumpers, new alloy wheels, reworked headlamps and tail lamps. Other than these, we do not expect Mahindra to bring any major changes to the exterior design.

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Updated interiors


Mahindra XUV300 dashboard

Mahindra XUV300 might look a bit outdated on the interior when compared to the competition. We expect Mahindra to bring new colours for the seating & upholstery which might help give the cabin a refreshed feel. Other than this, Mahindra might bring rear AC vents with the facelift, something that the current car misses.

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