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Mahindra KUV100 spied again ahead of launch

The KUV100 has been making a lot of news lately prior to its launch on 15th January 2016. The car was spotted and comprehensively photographed and it seems to be their mid variant K4 model.

Mahindra will be launching the KUV100 on January 15 in four main variants and three sub-variants.

The KUV100 is Mahindra and Mahindra’s contender for the popular compact SUV segment. It is also stated to be the only car in its category to sport bench seats to accommodate six passengers.

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The K4 version of the Mahindra KUV100 is offered with features such as body coloured bumpers, door handles & mirrors; mud flaps, wheel covers, wheel arch cladding, LED turn indicators, rear spoiler, central locking, illuminated key hole, engine immobilizer, four power windows, day/night inside rear view mirror, Electronic Power Steering with Tilt adjustment, analog instrument cluster comprising of a digital MID with a gear indicator, AC with heater, front armrest and foldable rear seats.

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The spyshots reveal the headlamp, the DRL, the ‘KUV100’ marking on the head light assembly, brushed-aluminium alloy wheels, mirror caps without turn indicators, C-pillar mounted rear door handle, taillamp cluster, badging on hatch door, boot space, mFalcon diesel engine, inner door panel, steering wheel with audio controls, instrument cluster, centre console, music system, gear rod, dashboard, roof console, foldable front-middle seat back, rear seat bench, rear door inner-panel and the front-centre footwell.

Source – Shifting Gears

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