The XUV300 will be launched by Mahindra soon. We were the first to reveal, two years back that it will get a new power train that will suit Indian conditions. Mahindra has recently launched the Marazzo and the Alturas G4. They also had soft launches of the Scorpio S9 and the TUV300 Plus. Some of the new things we already know about the XUV300 are that steering wheel is the same as the KUV100, the center console gets a large touchscreen system, which is probably an 8-inch one. The knobs and buttons are placed below the screen. The interiors are different from the Ssangyong Tivoli. There is a compartment above the touchscreen, on the dashboard like the XUV500. It has a flip-opening lid as well. The ORVMs have turn indicators on them.
The company has been working on this SUV which will be introduced later this year, under the XUV brand. On December 1st we will be able to confirm if this car will be called the Mahindra XUV300. The codename for this SUV is S201. This upcoming SUV has been spotted several times during tests. There will some cosmetic changes as well to this new SUV, over the Ssangyong Tivoli. Though the base is the same, it will get some additional features that will make it attractive in the segment. Mahindra will take on the sub-four meter compact SUV segment with this new car. The latest with this car is that the spy shots of the front interior have been revealed. To see the interior of the XUV300, scroll below.
What all will this new SUV pack in? Scroll down to know more.
Mahindra XUV300 Price In India
The pricing of this SUV will need to be aggressive. The Mahindra XUV300 will be priced higher than the TUV300 and closer to the Scorpio, however it will be positioned differently. It will be more of an urban five-seater SUV and will rival other compact SUVs. It is likely to be priced between ₹ 10 lakhs and ₹ 16 lakhs. Mahindra will try and differentiate it with the competition on the basis of performance and features. We can Mahindra calling it something different after we revealed the name of the XUV700. Mahindra might call it something different.
₹ 10 lakhs
₹ 16 lakhs
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Mahindra XUV300 Launch Date
|Mahindra XUV300||Early 2019|
Mahindra has not shared details on the XUV300. However, the name was to be revealed today and it has been delayed. The reason for a delayed launch is that it will come with an all new power train. This will not be the one seen on the Tivoli. The new powertrain is suited for Indian conditions. As this SUV is undergoing rigorous testing, it will be ready for launch only by early 2019. Also Mahindra did not want to overshadow the launch of the Alturas with the launch of a compact SUV.
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Mahindra XUV300 Mileage
The petrol XUV300 is expected to deliver 12-15 km/l in real life driving conditions. The diesel may return around 13-19 km/l. These new engines are expected to be more fuel efficient that th existing Mahindra engines. They will also be BSIV compliant. There will be a economy mode like we say in the Mahindra Marazzo too.
Mahindra XUV 300 Interior
The XUV300 will come with a black and beige interior theme most likely. The SUV will get infotainment system with a seven-inch touchscreen. It will have Bluetooth compatibility, reversing camera, USB and AUX connectivity. It may also get Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The steering wheel be a new one. This will also have audio and Bluetooth controls mounted on it. In addition the Mahindra XUV 300 will also get automatic climate control, leather upholstery and a push button start with keyless entry. There will be a good center armrest with storage too. As seen in the image above and the spy shots, the car will also get storage above the glove-box too.
It will offer good legroom at the rear as well and will seat 3 adults in comfort. In terms of features, Mahindra will be looking at loading this SUV with one of the highest set of features in this segment. Mahindra will be a late entrant in this segment, but will try to capture a large pie.
Mahindra XUV 300 Seating Capacity
The Mahindra XUV 300 will be a five-seater SUV. However, it will be quite spacious. In terms of dimensions it is similar to other compact SUVs. The rear passengers will have decent knee room and head room. Also, there adults are expected to be able to be seated comfortably.
Mahindra XUV300 Design
The Mahindra XUV300 will be underpinned by a new platform. This platform also the ones used on the Ssangyong Tivoli. Mahindra has been targeting the youth off lately, with products like KUV100. The S201 will be designed to look like a compact SUV, and it will carry forward the design language of the Mahindra’s current UVs. This new SUV will have sharp lines and a sleek looking front end, which will be a departure from other Mahindra vehicles. The grille will be sleek with wrap-around headlamps at both ends. These headlamps will have LED DRLs embedded. It will have a modern silhouette.
This SUV will also get new taillamps which are unlike he Tivoli’s. The number plate has also moved on to the tailgate from the bumper. The XUV300 will have its own identity. It is expected to look more stylish as compared to the Tivoli. As we had revealed earlier that there will be a few changes in the XUV300 (S201) from Mahindra.
The fog lamps will be integrated in the bumper and will also have wide air dams. The XUV 300 will have bold lines and will look boxy like an SUV from the side, with a tapering roofline. The 16-inch alloy wheels will have a black-machined finish. The ORVMs have turn indicators. The taillamps will be LED ones on this vehicle.
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Mahindra XUV300 Key Features
- Daytime running LEDs
- Projector headlamps
- LED Taillamps
- Body cladding
- 7-inch touchscreen system
- 16-inch alloy wheels
- ABS with EBD
- Brake assist
- Leather upholstery
- Automatic climate control
- Reverse parking camera
- Steering controls
- Electric ORVMs
Mahindra XUV300 Spy Shots
Mahindra XUV300 Interior Pictures
Now we have seen the cars interior in a older picture above, before but not as clearly as the picture blow that has been grabbed by a leading publication. The picture shows us the car has a beige interior. The cars steering wheel with its controls. The dashboard has a touchscreen infotainment system and has silver and beige dual tone finish. There appears to be a storage space on the top center of the dashboard like the XUV500 too. The car shown here has a manual gearbox.
Mahindra XUV300 Specifications
5-speed manual & 6-speed AT
5-speed manual & 6-speed AT
The XUV 300 will get petrol and diesel engines. The petrol will be a new 1.5-litre engine that is being developed. This engine could be seen soon on the Marazzo. This is all-new project, expected to power future vehicles of Mahindra. The power that it will develop will be around 100bhp and 145Nm of torque.
The diesel engine of the XUV 300 will either be the existing 1.5-litre unit that does does duty in the TUV300 or there will be an all-new 2.0-litre engine that will develop around 138bhp of power and 320Nm of torque. This will make the XUV300 a very power infused [ackage to consider. As shown in the spy shots the car will get a 6-speed manual gearbox and a 6-speed automatic unit from Aisin, Japan, which also does duty on the XUV500. The Mahindra XUV300 will a front will drive SUV. And as we have seen with the Marazzo, the car could come with AWD. There is also a chance that the car will get different driving modes like Tata Nexon. Modes could include City, Sport, Individual and Eco.
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Mahindra XUV 300 Competition
The SUV segment is getting extremely competitive and the Mahindra XUV300 will add another option for buyers. Mahindra is trying to make sure that this new SUV will be competent to take on its competition. The Mahindra XUV300 will mainly compete with the Honda WRV, Maruti Vitara Brezza, Ford EcoSport and the Tata Nexon. The XUV300, though a late entrant to this segment, will try to differentiate itself with technology and powerful engines. It is also expected to be a spacious SUV.
Mahindra XUV 300 Video
The new five-seater SUV is likely to be named Mahindra XUV300. It will be a competitive product which will debut in 2018. This will come as another option for buyers in the busy SUV market.
Mahindra U321 MPV Rear Seats Spied – EXCLUSIVE
The rear seats of the Mahindra U321 has been spied for the first time. The pictures depict that the second row has just adequate space. The rear AC vents are mounted on the roof. There is no centre armrest. The floor console gets storage spaces like cup holders and space for keeping mobile phones. The third row is a bit cramped in terms of knee room. It is best suited for children. Two adults can squeeze in, though. The second and third row, both get 60:40 split seats, to make it more convenient and flexible for stowing luggage.
This new MPV will be launched in the market soon. It is expected to come by August. This is an all new product for which the company has just invested close to INR 1500 crores. Codenamed U321, this new MPV will be manufactured in Nasik. This is a replacement for the Xylo, but a more premium one. The U321 is based on a new platform. This is different from the Xylo. The Mahindra U321 is a seven-seater MPV. This will not compete with the Toyota Innova Crysta or the Tata Hexa. It will create a sub-segment of its own, which will be higher than the Ertiga and lower than the Innova.
The Xylo will not be able to meet the crash test norms, hence, Mahindra will be discontinuing it. The TUV300 Plus. will also be launched and this will be an SUV, which will also replace the Xylo. This will be based on the TUV platform and will be longer. It is likely to be a 9-seater SUV and it will be made for commercial and rural purposes majorly. The company is also working on this new MUV also, which will go head on against the Innova Crysta. Mahindra is also working on the S201, which will be the compact SUV on the Ssangyong Tivoli platform.
The Mahindra U321 is an exciting package and good option to consider for those looking at a spacious and a more affordable option than the Innova Crysta.
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Mahindra TUV 500 is badged TUV300 Plus
The Mahindra TUV 500 is badged as the TUV 300 Plus. The TUV300 has been in the market foe a few years now. It has not been as well asa expected. Now to add a twist in the line-up, the long wheelbase version will be launched. At the same time, the new TUV500 shall have more features on offer. This version will be launched soon.
In terms of length, the new SUV is about 4.4 metres in length. This will be a seven seater, however, it will have more space than the TUV300. Also, it will not have jump seats, but regular seats. It will have three rows of seating. This will front facing seats with seat belts. A new touchscreen infotainment system will also be come on this SUV. The design is a lot more proportioned and it will have good road presence too.
A new engine will be offered. This will be the 1.99-litre diesel that will churn about 120bhp of power and will have about 310Nm of maximum torque. This will have enough power and good torque as well. Mahindra is looking to get this new SUV and make a new segment for itself. It will attract buyers who need an SUV that is practical and good enough for daily use.
Mahindra TUV 500 will be a full-size affordable SUV, which will be making a new segment for itself.
2018 Mahindra Scorpio facelift launched for Rs 9.97 lakhs (ex-showroom)
2018 Mahindra Scorpio facelift has been launched. It comes with new variants, S3, S5, S7 and S11. There is no automatic on offer for the time being. The Scorpio gets S3 variant with 75bhp and m2DICR, S5 and S7 gets 120bhp, while S7 even has a variant with 140bhp and S11 also has 140bhp. The 140bhp variant comes with six-speed manual transmission and S11 even has an optional 4×4 variant.
The interiors too will see some changes. The touchscreen will see update, there will Android Auto and even Apple CarPlay on offer. There shall be multiple changes to the design. The interface will be updated. There will some more changes on the inside too. The exteriors changes are visible and minimal. New front grille and some chrome addition to the rear are the most easy to spot visual changes. This will differentiate from the current design. This has been one of the strongest products for the brand. There have been multiple new additions to make it at par with the rising competition. So, what will the new Scorpio 2018 have on offer? We share all the details.
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The 2018 Mahindra Scorpio will be a step up in quality and features. The performance may also see a bump.
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Mahindra XUV500 W9 variant launched at ₹15.4 lakhs (ex-showroom)
The facelift version of the XUV500 is expected around next year. The Indian UV maker is looking at introducing this to enhance its numbers. New products like the Tata Hexa, Toyota Innova Crysta and Jeep Compass have negatively affected the sales of the Mahindra flagship SUV. Mahindra has taken note of this and before the facelift comes into the market, they have introduced a new variant – W9.
The W9 variant is priced at ₹ 15.4 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi). It is positioned between the W8 and W10 variants. The W9 variants draws in a few features from the W10 variant. Thus, Mahindra is offering a more feature loaded variant at an affordable price point.
Veejay Ram Nakra, Chief of Sales & Marketing – Automotive Division, Mahindra & Mahindra, said, “Since its launch in 2011, the XUV500 has been a pioneer in providing innovative hi-tech features that are not available even in vehicles that are almost double its price. We are certain that the introduction of these hi-end features at such a competitive price point will generate a lot of interest amongst prospects who are evaluating SUVs in the price range of ₹ 14 lakhs to ₹ 18 lakhs . By introducing these aspirational features at this price, XUV500 has raised the bar once again.”
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The 2017 Mahindra XUV500 is a great option to consider with these updates. This makes it an exciting product to consider.
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2018 Mahindra KUV100 in the making
Mahindra KUV100 started a new segment when launched. This new segment is the micro SUV segment. The Mahindra KUV100 did not see the kind of success that Mahindra had envisaged. Though the KUV100 looked like a promising vehicle, some aspects of this micro SUV seems to have not caught the fancy of customers. Mahindra hence is planning to launch a new version of the KUV100, which essentially will be a facelift. Let’s see what the 2018 Mahindra KUV100 will offer.
Mahindra has just introduced some tech features on the XUV500 and as par a company quote some of these will even trickle down into the KUV100 as well. The new KUV100 will have some new features and at the same time it get minor cosmetic changes too. The KUV100’s design and interior quality have been one of its not so strong points and Mahindra will want to revive it. There will be added features too as the Grand i10 and the Ignis, which are of the same price offer a lot more than what the KUV100 gets. This will help Mahindra to hold a good market share. This new SUV was adding on to the numbers of the company and this could be the next big product if altered well with more features and better quality.
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Mahindra Centuro Review
While people waited for the Mahindra Mojo, Mahindra decided to trick people with the Mahindra Centuro in 2013. This was Mahindra’s reply to the commuter segment. A 110 cc bike for daily commute and efficiency. What they had in mind, no one had a clue. But Mahindra decided to go feature loaded. One of the first Mahindra Centuro ads where there were two women running with a man’s shirt and he has a bike with remote locking which he used to get the shirt back. Never got the point of the ad but the remote key feature seems good. Like something you would find in cars. It has been four years now and the Centuro has gone through some changes. Let’s have a look what is in store. (more…)
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Mahindra Gusto 125 2017 First Ride Impression
Feels like centuries ago Mahindra decided to enter the two wheeler market with two power scooters. They were called the Rodeo and the Duro. The scooters were really good as far as performance and agility but lacked in service and quality of parts used. In 2014 Mahindra re-entered the Scooter segment with the much more promising Gusto 110 cc.
Now in sept 2016, they added some more Gust to the scooter by launching the 125 cc variant. In 2017 some new graphics and BS-IV engine have been added to the Mahindra Gusto 125.
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Mahindra Scorpio Review
In 1998 Tata launched India’s 1st Indigenous SUV the Tata Safari. Mahindra was not a brand to settle and for a viewing seat. So in 2002 Mahindra launched the 2nd indigenous SUV in India called the Scorpio. This car was more focussed on style than hardcore SUV capabilities. Mahindra Scorpio has developed a great fan following.It is a lot more efficient now and the price remains the same too. With a lot of improvements the Scorpio is almost a new vehicle. Let us check what all is new in the Mahindra Scorpio.
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2016 Mahindra Scorpio Automatic Review
There are two SUV’s I have grown up to which are Indian. Now I am in my mid-life crisis and these SUVs are still around with their recent updates. The Tata Safari and the Mahindra Scorpio. Mahindra stepped up a notch and recently as they launched the Scorpio Automatic. This would be the first auto transmission between both the SUVs. While a lot of manufacturers are offering an auto transmission in petrol, Mahindra decided to annihilate its competition with the diesel auto. Few adjustments to the gear box and some tweaks to the engine. Let us have a look, we share our detailed review of the Mahindra Scorpio Automatic.
Mahindra TUV300 Review
With tall boy designs becoming successful, in 2015 Mahindra decided to launch their NBA player. Tall, muscular and very capable at the same time. This was the Mahindra TUV300, which TUV stands for Tough Utility Vehicle. And in 2016 the Mahindra TUV300 get an additional option of a more powerful engine and this is the mHawk100 engine. With ample of space, new and improved, more powerful engine and also the option of an automated manual transmission, also got the power bump. It seems like Mahindra went slam dunk. Now a sub four-metre vehicle I guess this is one of the if not only rear wheel drive compact SUV with a ladder-on-frame chassis, Mahindra yelled “Let the games begin”! So what does the new Mahindra TUV300 have on offer? Read our in-depth our Mahindra TUV300 and the 100bhp TUV300 review.
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New Mahindra KUV100 2017 gets updates and body kit options
The smallest Mahindra SUV will be getting an upgrade. The new Mahindra KUV100 2017 shall receive some upgrades to make it more competitive. As the Maruti Ignis shall be launched, the KUV100 will loose out on sales as it has lesser features. Mahindra has worked out an upgrade for their super compact SUV for this reason. The new Mahindra KUV100 2017 shall get some additional features. What are they read further to know more.
New Mahindra KUV100 2017 Changes
The changes on the new Mahindra KUV100 are as follows:
- Metallic Black Roof
- 15-inch alloy wheels on K8 variant
- 14-inch Spider Design alloy wheels on K6 and K6+ variants
- All black interior upholstery, dashboard, seat fabric and enhanced silver accents
- Metallic Black ORVMs
New Mahindra KUV 2017 Personalised Kits
New Mahindra KUV 2017 Sporty Kits
- Front bumper add-on
- Hood Scoop Set
- Side skirt set
- Roof rail set
- Wheel arch Set
- Body side moulding set
- Rear Bumper Add-on
- Tail Lamp Protector Set
- Black Matte Spoiler Decal
On the inside options available are:
- Black-grey box print carpet mat
- Black-Orange PU – Fabric Seats
- All 4 SS Scuff Plates
New Mahindra KUV 2017 Premium Kits
- Rain visor with chrome strip
- Rear bumper chrome garnish
- Rear license plate chrome garnish
- Lower & Upper mesh chrome garnish
- Headlamp and tail lamp chrome garish set
On the inside the options are:
- Illuminated scuff plates
- Grey seat covers
- Designer mats
New Mahindra KUV100 2017 Price
New Mahindra KUV100 2017 Price
|Variant||Price (on-road, Delhi)|
|K2 6 Seater Petrol||INR 5.01 lakh|
|K2 + 6 Seater Petrol||INR 5.33 lakhs|
|K4 5 Seater Petrol||INR 5.46 lakhs|
|K4 6 Seater Petrol||INR 5.53 lakhs|
|K4 + 5 Seater Petrol||INR 5.70 lakhs|
|K4 + 6 Seater Petrol||INR 5.78 lakhs|
|K6 5 Seater Petrol||INR 6.12 lakhs|
|K6 6 Seater Petrol||INR 6.19 lakhs|
|K6 + 5 Seater Petrol||INR 6.36 lakhs|
|K6 + 6 Seater Petrol||INR 6.43 lakhs|
|K8 5 Seater Petrol||INR 6.73 lakhs|
|K8 6 Seater Petrol||INR 6.79 lakhs|
|K2 6 Seater Diesel||INR 6.02 lakhs|
|K2 + 6 Seater Diesel||INR 6.27 lakhs|
|K4 5 Seater Diesel||INR 6.40 lakhs|
|K4 6 Seater Diesel||INR 6.47 lakhs|
|K4 + 5 Seater Diesel||INR 6.65 lakhs|
|K4 + 6 Seater Diesel||INR 6.72 lakhs|
|K6 5 Seater Diesel||INR 7.11 lakhs|
|K6 6 Seater Diesel||INR 7.19 lakhs|
|K6 + 5 Seater Diesel||INR 7.37 lakhs|
|K6 + 6 Seater Diesel||INR 7.43 lakhs|
|K8 5 Seater Diesel||INR 7.73 lakhs|
|K8 6 Seater Diesel||INR 7.81 lakhs|
In terms of pricing, The Mahindra KUV100 sits close to the Hyundai Grand i10. This way it looks like an SUV and is priced like a hatchback. Both petrol and diesel engines are available with this SUV. There will be no change in the pricing.
Until then read our review of the Mahindra KUV100. As there aren’t many changes except the addition of features, this will continue to be the review for the New Mahindra KUV100 2017.
Mahindra KUV100 Design
The Mahindra KUV100 gets an all new styling, something never seen before. It has a sleek front grille with slim, elongated headlamps. LEDs are integrated in the headlamps. The fog lamps are rectangular in shape to give it a beefy look. The KUV100 has stylish front end and the design continues to the side as well. There are thick lines running across the side profile. The door handle for the rear door is located next to the window. The sporty rear end makes it quite appealing as well. The Mahindra KUV100 has wrap around tail lamps and the shallow glass area at the rear makes it look trendy.
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Mahindra KUV100 Interiors
The Mahindra KUV100 has all new interiors. Yes, it is stylish and something we don’t see often. Nothing is shared with any other Mahindra vehicle. There is a five seater version and even has a six seater version. The six seater is a 3+3 seating. The dashboard is grey and it looks stylish. The twin dial instrument cluster has red dials. The steering wheel 0n the Mahindra KUV100 is all new. This is a small size wheel that is easy to use. The gear stick is mounted on the centre console and is very easy to use. In terms of quality, the finish is a bit raw and doesn’t feel premium. However, it has a pleasing feel.
The front row seats have good enough space. In the 3+3 seater, the middle seat also doubles as a centre armrest. The second row doesn’t get an arm rest. The boot is quite small and its difficult to pack in a reasonable amount of luggage. The Mahindra KUV100 is best suited for the city.
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Mahindra KUV100 Features
The Mahindra KUV100 comes with some features such as steering mounted audio controls, all four power windows, power steering and even dual airbags and ABS. The base variant of the Mahindra KUV100 comes with drive airbag and ABS as a standard feature.
There is sufficient space in the seat pockets to keep documents.The rear door pocket can hold one litre of of bottle each as well. The KUV100’s 243 litres of boot space is adequate and there are also tumble down folding rear seats that increases the boot space even further.
The features on the Mahindra KUV100 are several like an in-dash music system with six speakers, bluetooth connectivity, ABS comes as standard, dual airbags is optional on all variants, puddle lamps on all doors, interior ambient lighting, gear shift indicator, multiple storage spaces like under floor storage for rear passengers, cup holders in the arm rest etc. There are also features like follow-me headlamps, automatic hazard lights on panic braking, ISOFIX child seats and flat flow in first and second rows.
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Mahindra KUV100 Performance
Despite a 1.2-litre engine, the Mahindra KUV100 petrol and diesel are not short on performance. This vehicle has been designed for Indian roads and certainly does the job well. There is more than sufficient power on this SUV to drive in the city or even on the highway. If you want to improve your mileage, then get into the Eco mode. There is a reduction in performance, but a major bump in the mileage. The petrol engine of the Mahindra KUV100 has a lot of vibrations, when you are at idle (not moving with engine on). The engine performance vis-a-vis size of the engine and the vehicle is very good. There is a frequent need to shift gears. The Mahindra KUV100 even gets the micro-hybrid, the start-stop technology and the diesel variant even has something like a multi-drive mode. There is a power mode and an Eco mode as well.
The gear lever is mounted on the dashboard, and the shifts are short. The Mahindra KUV100 gear lever doesn’t feel rubbery at all. Driving in city is a breeze, however the clutch position is a bit odd. The clutch is heavy too on the diesel, which makes driving in city traffic a bit cumbersome.
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Mahindra KUV100 Ride and Handling
The Mahindra KUV100 has good ride on smooth roads. Even at high speeds, the ride doesn’t feel unsettled. However on bumpy roads, the KUV100 feels a bit jittery. There is a feeling of disconnect when going on a bump. The handling too is decent of the Mahindra KUV100. There isn’t a lot of body roll, unless you chuck the steering wheel aggressively. When you drive around bends, the steering wheel doesn’t feel lively and this is discouraging. The other downside of the steering feel. At low speeds it is heavy, which means more efforts to park and it is extremely light at high speeds. Again losing confidence.
Mahindra KUV100 Colours
The Mahindra KUV100 is made available in seven fresh colours like Pearl White, Aquamarine, Dazzling Silver, Flamboyant Red, Fiery Orange, Designer Grey and Midnight Black.
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Mahindra KUV100 Competition
The KUV100 will compete with the Maruti Ignis and the Tata Tiago Aktiv. Both these competition products haven’t been launched yet. These will take a while to come in. Maruti Ignis will come by early 2017.
Mahindra KUV100 Mileage
Mahindra KUV100 Mileage
The new Mahindra KUV100 is the most fuel efficient diesel SUV in the country with a fuel efficiency of 25.32 km/l. The petrol has a fuel efficiency of 18.15km/l. These are ARAI figures. In the real world, the KUV100 diesel has returned us an efficiency of about 13km/l in the city, while on the highway it is about 18km/l. The KUV100 returned about 11km/l in the city, while on the highway it is about 15km/l.
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Mahindra KUV100 Top Speed
The Mahindra KUV100 diesel has a top speed of about 158km/hr, while the petrol version has a top speed of about 134km/hr. The diesel has a higher top speed.
New Mahindra KUV100 2017
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Mahindra KUV100 vs Maruti Swift vs Hyundai Grand i10 Comparison
The Mahindra KUV100 is the smallest vehicle by Mahindra in the passenger car space. The KUV100 is termed as a micro SUV. The Mahindra KUV100 starts a new segment, but is priced similar to the Hyundai Grand i10 and the Maruti Swift. How does it fare against the two biggies? Is it good value? We take a look at them in our Mahindra KUV100 vs Maruti Swift vs Hyundai Grand i10 comparison. (more…)
Mahindra XUV Aero Concept
Mahindra XUV Aero was showcased the 2016 Auto Expo. This is the company’s first coupe-looking SUV. Designed to impress and this is what is its USP. The BMW X6 and other coupe-SUVs have been doing well for the company. Now, with the new XUV Aero, it is looks to create a new segment for the Indian audience that is affordable and makes a style statement. So, what does the XUV Aero have too offer?
Mahindra Ssangyong Tivoli to get 2.0-litre engine for India – EXCLUSIVE
Mahindra Ssangyong Tivoli is due to make it to India. However, the company might not be getting the existing diesel engine. Mahindra at the moment is testing a 2.0-litre diesel engine on the Tivoli for India. With the Rexton not being a success in India, Mahindra wants to ensure that it succeeds in this segment.
Mahindra XUV500 hybrid to get 1.5-litre diesel engine
Mahindra will be launching the new XUV500 next year and this will be powered by a new 1.5-litre diesel engine that will be powering other new Mahindra vehicles too. For export markets, the XUV500 will be powered by the 1.5-litre petrol engine. This engine will be shared with Ssangyong too, which it will be using for its other vehicles. The automatic transmission on the XUV500 will be the AISIN transmission. The XUV500 will also be made available with a 2.0-litre petrol engine as well. this will happen sometime in early FY17. More details on the Mahindra XUV500 hybrid. (more…)