Category: Mahindra

Exciting times ahead with amazing accessories offered with NuvoSport

Mahindra NuvoSport is a great new SUV car, it is a facelift Quanto, it is a sub four-meter car covered in unique style. It looks exceptionally stylish and sporty from the front with a sporty radiator grille, revamped headlights and sturdy bumper, sturdier than its predecessor. Have a glimpse of the styling of NuvoSport and it is a class apart and some of the class-defining features to look out for is stylish daytime running lights, aggressive looking grille that accentuates the sportiness of the vehicle, rigid strapping bonnet, classy looking sporty 40.6 cm 16-inch alloy wheels, chic fog lights, impeccable side body cladding and macho tail gate mounted spare wheel.

Mahindra NuvoSport Image

The interior of Nuvo Sport looks amazing filled with comfort and vibrancy, the plush grey and black décor adds air of magnificence, the classy instrument cluster is covered with neat chrome, the black and grey leather upholstery looks grand and king like and the aluminum pedal makes driving a pleasurable experience.

Sit inside the Nuvo Sport and you will feel incredible comfortable with a seating arrangement to accommodate seven occupants. The 60:40 foldable second row seats are super comfortable and the third row seats are designed to offer additional recline. The 412 liter-boot space is just perfect to stuff in tons of luggage for a life-remembering expedition. The driver seat has height adjustable facility to enjoy optimum comfort while driving. The electrically adjustable outer rear view mirror is built to offer maximum flexibility for the driver to get a great view of the outside. You can enjoy a really comfy drive experience in Nuvo Sport with a highly reliable lumbar support that helps to maintain healthy back posture.

If the Nuvo Sport is the perfect car for you, then there are fantastic accessories on offer, for those who enjoy extra shine, Mahindra is offering chrome package to create a perfect bling and it costs Rs 480 to Rs 1,200. The company is offering an aluminium carrier roof rack for price of Rs 8,026 and it will enable consumers to carry extra luggage.

There are no better moments than to decorate your own car, there is a leather or fabric seat covers on offer along with floor mats and scuff plates. The scuff plates are sold at Rs 2,700 and floor mates are available within a price range of Rs 2,100 to Rs 2,315. Mahindra is also offering car cooler priced at Rs 9,800 and projector lamps cost Rs 1,500.

The Nuvo Sport is an ideal car to buy for those who enjoy SUV’s draped in incredible style and sportiness. Now there are some amazing accessories to look into, the chrome package adds greater sparkle to Nuvo Sport. With the aluminium carrier roof occupants can carry additional luggage, which can be something fun like extra food and clothing items. The car cooler is great to beat the heat and projector lamps increases the decorative value of the car.

Now get ready for exciting times ahead with a double excitement package of Nuvo Sport and accessories.

New 2016 Mahindra Bolero Pik-Up model launched starting at 6.15 lakh

Leading Indian utility vehicle maker, Mahindra & Mahindra has launched the new 2016 Bolero Pik-Up model on 27th of April. The new refreshed Mahindra Bolero Pik-Up truck has launched in the Indian market with a starting price of Rs. 6.15 lakh for the base BS3 model, while the vehicle’s price range goes up to Rs. 6.30 lakhs for the BS4 model (prices, ex-showroom Pune).

2016 Mahindra Bolero Pik-Up

The new 2016 Mahindra Bolero Pik-Up is a new model update for the year and is basically a facelift version of the outgoing Bolero Pik-Up, which is highly popular in the Indian market.  The new 2016 Bolero Pik-Up boasts of some good amount of design upgrade along with some mild mechanical updates as well, making the vehicle visually more attractive while also making it more proficient. This mini load carrier will be available for sale in two different variants in terms of payload capacity. This comprises of a 1250 kg model and a more powerful 1500 kg model. The new refreshed Bolero Pik-Up is the second Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV) model that has been launched from the house of Mahindra & Mahindra in 2016, the first being the Mahindra Imperio pick-up truck model that launched early this year.

Under the hood, the new 2016 Mahindra Bolero Pik-up truck packs in a 2.5 liter 4 cylinder diesel motor that has the capability to offer a max power output of 70 hp on the BS4 model, while on the BS3 variant the same engine offers a peak power of 63 hp, while the engine offers the same amount of peak torque at 195 Nm available at 1500-1800 rpm for both the versions of the pick-up. The generated power of the vehicle gets transmitted to the rear wheels through an efficient 5 speed manual transmission gearbox as standard. This Light Commercial Vehicle model is capable of offering a top speed level of 110 km per hour or 80 km per hour on a speed limiter.

When design is concerned, the new 2016 Bolero Pik-up comes with subtle styling changes to improve its overall visual appeal and to make it look more contemporary. The new Bolero Pik-Up truck retains its same patent front grille that makes up the front face of the current entire lineup of Mahindra Bolero. This front radiator grille is flanked by multi-reflector headlights, while the vehicle also gets new color choices.

On the inside, the new updated Bolero Pik-Up boasts of a new dual-tone upholstery and new color theme for the instrument cluster. The Bolero Pik-up offers a 2765 mm or 9 feet long cargo bay that allows its owners to lug larger items. Mahindra also offers the Bolero Pik-up in a Cowl Body Chassis variant that can help the owners to customize the Cargo Body as per their needs.

Mahindra is offering the new 2016 Bolero Pik-up with a 3 year unlimited kilometer warranty on the BS3 version, while the BS4 version comes with a 1 year unlimited kilometer warranty.

Mahindra KUV100 garners bookings of more than 37,000 units

Indian SUV master Mahindra & Mahindra has been very hopeful about churning out a new hit model in order to boost its sells to ensure its leading position in the highly competitive SUV market of India. While Mahindra has its all time favorite old warhorses like the Bolero and Scorpio among other old models that are still highly popular, the homegrown car major has been very eager to crack the highly popular sub-4 meter SUV market of the country.

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Till quite recently Mahindra & Mahindra did not have any proper models in the highly potential and increasingly populated Indian subcompact SUV segment. However, now the company has three new models – the TUV300, the KUV100 and the latest NuvoSport. While the new TUV300 on which Mahindra betted big has not been able to be create abundant buzz, the smaller KUV100 seems to have done the trick that Mahindra has been hoping for.

The new Mahindra KUV100 which launched in January this year is no less than a revolutionary product from Mahindra’s stable. The KUV100 has created the micro-SUV segment in India and is also Mahindra’s first SUV that comes in both petrol and diesel version powered by Mahindra’s first petrol engine.

The new Mahindra KUV100 seems to have struck the right chord with the Indian car buyers who are on the lookout for a good mix of an SUV and a city car. As per a recent report, the mini SUV has already garnered more than 37,000 bookings till now, ever since its official unveiling in the month of November in 2015.

The Mahindra KUV100 sub-4 meter mini SUV has received overwhelming response ever since the vehicle model was officially unveiling in India and its bookings were commenced. Earlier reports also pointed out that owing to the increasing demands for the new KUV100, the Indian utility vehicle leader is contemplating to boost the production capacity for the KUV100 to 12,000 units from the present production capacity of 9,000 units at its manufacturing facility at Chakan in Maharashtra.

The Mahindra KUV100 grabbed attention and is becoming increasingly popular with its eye-catching sporty looks, compact city-car size, aggressive SUV stance, higher ground clearance, good features and competitive pricing. The new KUV100 has been tagged in the range of Rs. 4.42 lakh to Rs. 6.76 lakh (ex-showroom, Pune).

The new Mahindra KUV100 micro-SUV model is available for sale in the market in 4 primary trim levels namely – K2, K4, K6 and K8 – and 3 sub-trim models – K2+, K4+ and K6+. The mini SUV model is offered in 7 attractive body color options of flamboyant red, midnight black, pearl white, dazzling silver, designer grey, aquamarine and fiery orange.

The Mahindra KUV100 micro-SUV gets powered by the company’s new mFalcon engine range. The 1.2L mFalcon G80 petrol engine is good to pump out 82 bhp of power and 114 Nm of torque, and the 1.2L mFalcon D75 diesel mill can generate 77 bhp of power and 190 Nm of torque. Both the motors come fitted to a 5 speed manual transmission gearbox.

Mahindra makes the NuvoSport more attractive with optional accessories

Indian SUV leader Mahindra & Mahindra’s latest car model is the new NuvoSport sub-4 meter SUV model which has launched on 4th of this ongoing month. Although the new Mahindra NuvoSport seems to be an attractive new choice in the Indian car market, it is no secret to many that the model is actually the revamped version of the Mahindra Quanto, which had lost customers’ favor. Nevertheless, the NuvoSport is an extensive overhaul of the Quanto and is certainly worth the attention of the customers, although many features of the Quanto especially the cabin are still largely present in the NuvoSport. Mahindra is betting big on the NuvoSport which has been given a new identity along with lots of changes to generate good volumes this time around.

Mahindra NuvoSport Image

Now, Mahindra is also offering a lot of optional features to attract buyers for the NuvoSport. With a long list of optional features, the new Mahindra NuvoSport can cater to the various requirements and preferences of the customers while offering a certain level of customization.

The NuvoSport gets several new optional features to choose from, among which there is a chrome package, which is meant to add some extra bling that most of the Indians love. One can also opt from a whole chrome package to particular single accents, for the various parts of the SUV which will cost you from Rs. 480 to Rs. 1,200.

Then comes the aluminium roof rack for those who love to go on trips by their own cars. The NuvoSport does come with a good 400 liter boot space, but if you need to lug more baggage then this aluminium carrier roof rack tagged at Rs. 8,026 will come to your aid. There are also aluminium side steps and rain visors to make your NuvoSport look sportier and offer added convenience. These are tagged at Rs. 9,800 and Rs. 1,700, respectively.

The Mahindra NuvoSport can be made to look further rugged and sportier with optional features like a spoiler, a set of alloy wheels and chrome wheel caps. You can also opt for tough bull bars for the front and rear ends of the vehicle to enhance its SUV looks while also offering more protection for Rs. 7,510.

On the inside as well, the NuvoSport can be spruced up with a number of added accessories such as fabric or leather seat upholstery, branded scuff plates and floor mats. The stainless steel scuff plates have a nice brushed metal finish and are priced at Rs 2,700, while the stylish floor mats come in many color choices and are priced between Rs. 2,100 – Rs. 2,315.

There is also an array of other add-on features which can enhance the look of the already pretty flamboyantly styled NuvoSport, while also adding to its practicality. There are logo projector lights that come for Rs 1,500 and car coolers priced at Rs. 9,800 among many such other handy accessories.

These accessories form a part of Mahindra’s official optional package with company warranty, thus these have added advantage over just any aftermarket accessories.

Aero XUV SUV an exciting new car to watch out for

Mahindra unraveled its first ever concept car at 2016 Auto Expo called XUV Aero Concept, it is a coupe crossover with an ultra-modern design. The design is inspired from XUV500, and curated by a team of innovative and professional designers based in Mumbai. Mahindra has engineered the vehicle so that it is placed above XUV500.

Mahindra Aero Concept

The XUV500 is an extremely popular car in India, and is one of Mahindra’s power packed creations. It is a perfectly styled SUV filled with stunning luxury and convenience and now Mahindra is working on Aero XUV SUV, and how amazing does it sound. For those who are excited about the car, the expected launch date is sometime in 2017. Let us now dig into the intriguing characteristics of Aero XUV.

The front portion of Aero XUV resembles XUV500, and it looks stylish with a classy looking bumper on top of which are neatly sculpted wide air intakes and professionally designed LED lights. The high-end style value is characterized by the presence of sharp character line, raised shoulder line and flared arches. The coupe character is highlighted by sloping roofline, angular C pillar and thickened rear end. The XUV Aero Concept has suicide doors that facilitate easy exit and entry and this is one feature that will make customers believe that they are sitting inside a Coupe Aero XUV500.

The interiors are luxurious and there is so much of excitement to look forward to with world-class new infotainment system, elegant looking and homely bucket seats covered in refined beige upholstery. Mahindra has not disclosed information on engine specifications, but sources say the car is likely to be equipped with a powerful 2.2-liter diesel engine that churns enormous 140bhp power.

Now what to expect from the Aero XUV SUV four door coupe crossover, it is a well-defined car and the defining characteristics that make it looks attractive are thickened rear end, sloping roofline and angular C pillar. Take a look at the images on the web and you will get amazed by the exterior styling of the vehicle, and you will actually be able to visualize the elegance and style defining characteristics.

The Aero XUV SUV is going to be an exclusive new launch, not only because of its phenomenal unique style. It is also the most reasonable and smallest coupe SUV’s in the market, and the launch of the car will only strengthen the tight competition that exists in the luxury coupe SUV segment and its most sought after arch rivals are BMW X6 and Mercedes-Benz GLE Class.

Mahindra is a pioneer of the SUV market, for years the company has introduced amazing power-packed SUV’s and XUV500 is among the best sellers in the market along with Scorpio and Bolero. The company has now created new XUV excitement with Aero XUV SUV, from the known details, it certainly is a class-apart vehicle in terms of style and interior luxury. There are still so many details to be unraveled, let us patiently wait and get even more excited.

Mahindra & Mahindra has commenced exports of the new KUV100

Indian car maker, Mahindra & Mahindra has started exporting its latest all-new product – the KUV100 micro-SUV to other countries from India. The new Mahindra KUV100 sub-4 meter compact SUV launched in the domestic car market of India in January this year. In keeping with the company’s export strategy, Mahindra has began shipping the mini SUV model to some of the right-hand-drive car markets such as Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and South Africa. As per reports, Mahindra & Mahindra has ALREADY exported more than 400 units of the KUV100 micro-SUV so far.

new mahindra kuv100

It is already known that Mahindra & Mahindra is pretty popular as a brand in the car market of South Africa where the Indian car major is constantly looking for growth expansion. Now, as per the export data, South Africa has currently become the largest export market for the Mahindra KUV100 with more than 220 units shipped only to this market in the month of April only; the shipments left from the Bombay Port.

In the financial year of 2015-16, Mahindra & Mahindra reinforced its position in the Indian car market in terms of product portfolio and as a part of the car maker’s plans to implement a new product attack which will cater to diversified segments of the Indian utility vehicle market. The new Mahindra KUV100 micro-SUV was launched in the car market of India as a part of this same game plan of the company.

The Mahindra KUV100 is basically a small crossover model that is placed as a micro-SUV in the Indian car market, which is an entirely new segment. In this way, the Mahindra KUV100 micro-SUV does have the advantage of being the first in its own segment. The KUV100’s small dimensions make it more of a mid-sized hatchback model than an actual SUV, while the model’s starting pricing of Rs. 4.42 lakh is also aimed at dampening the market for the popular compact hatchbacks in India. However, despite the compact dimensions and a hatchback-like overall design, the KUV100 also offers a sporty and eye-catching design and SUV stance along with high ground clearance and high seating position conveniences that are related to the SUVs. Thus, the Mahindra KUV100 micro-SUV offers a good mix of a hatchback and SUV making it a very attractive and affordable city car choice.

The Mahindra KUV100 micro-SUV has seen witnessing fairly good market demands as well as sales in both the offshore markets as well as the domestic car market of India. Till the month of March 2016, Mahindra & Mahindra has managed to sell a total of 14,210 units of the new KUV100 in domestic car market of India.

The Mahindra KUV100 micro-SUV is also a very important new product for the company as it also comes packed with a new range of petrol and diesel engines and is the first petrol SUV from the company.

In short, the KUV100 is becoming one of the very important volume drawers for the Indian SUV master.

Mahindra prepares the U108 (TUV500) with tens of rivals waiting to fight it out in 2017

Mahindra & Mahindra is working on two major SUVs currently, one is the sub-4 meter Bolero, and the other is an extended version of its TUV300 compact crossover. The larger version of the TUV300 will be something like a crossover between the TUV300 and the XUV500, and is likely to be called the TUV500.

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The new extended version of the TUV300 will be a 7-seater, if it rings a bell, there was speculation about a 7-seater version of the TUV300 before and during the launch of the TUV300. However, back then it was just a rumor but now, Mahindra has officially confirmed the launch of the car in the coming years.

The official name has not been decided yet though. The car is currently codenamed the U108. The car will be based on the same platform that its older and smaller sibling is based on, that is, the hydroformed ladder-framework platform. With the TUV300 running without complaints, Mahindra has decided to base the chassis and the design language of the U108 largely on the TUV300.

The car will look similar to the TUV300, apart from its size. The same box-like shape of the TUV300 will be retained, with some extended curves that might make the car look more like the XUV500. The Company is likely to introduce some unique distinctive features on the new 7-seater to set it apart from both, the TUV300 and the XUV500.

The car will probably get a mHawk diesel engine. Suitable contenders include the 2.2 liter or the 2.0 liter engine that run on the Scorpio and the XUV500. The transmission options will include manual as standard, while AMT will be highly likely, given the number of rivals switching to AMT or adding AMT as an option.

The U108 will include interior features like 2-DIN infotainment system with Bluetooth support and USB and AUX-input connectivity, steering mounted audio system control buttons, electrically adjustable ORVMs, and the now common keyless entry feature. Other conspicuous features will include static bending headlamps, reverse parking sensors, a rear wiper, and large alloys, probably with a unique styling language.

The car is still in the development phase and is likely to be launched sometime in the beginning of next year. Mahindra aims to have the car running in the market by the end of 2017 itself. Once released, the car will aid the XUV500 to battle all its existing rivals. So far, the Hyundai Creta and the new Toyota Innova are outselling the XUV500. But with the TUV500, or whatever it will be called, in the market, Mahindra will be able to capture a more conspicuous share in the segment.

Not to forget, competition will also come from the recently launched Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, which has already recorded whopping booking records. The Renault Duster, Nissan Terrano, and Ford EcoSport are among other primary rivals in the segment that are here to stay. The upcoming Honda BR-V, Nissan X-Trail, and Jeep Grand Cherokee are also rivals to look out for.

Upcoming Mahindra Bolero sub-4 meter model gets rendered

Indian utility vehicle major, Mahindra & Mahindra is bracing up for new model launches going ahead in order to expand its product portfolio and boost its sales. Mahindra is also preparing the slashed down version of its super popular old horse – Mahindra Bolero. The Bolero has been around in the Indian car market for well over a decade’s time, but is still the country’s best selling utility vehicle model. The Mahindra Bolero is especially a great popular model in the rural markets of India and with the fleet operators.

Mahindra Bolero Camper Gold VX

Mahindra Bolero Camper Gold VX

However, the additional tax which has been implemented on the large sized diesel vehicles is making Mahindra’s life difficult as it is not being able to offer the massively popular Bolero with its usual affordable pricing that has been its pillar of success. Thus, the Indian car has decided to abide by the latest pollution rules of India while also catering to the requirements and demands of its customers. This has resulted in the company’s decision to slash down the Bolero to an under-4 meter compact MUV model that would help it get the excise duty benefits from the government and remain affordable for its wide fan base.

The new Mahindra Bolero’s subcompact version is expected to hit the Indian car market by next year. The sub-4 meter compact version of the Bolero is codenamed as the U108 and will get a slashed rear end to adhere to the sub-4 meter size. Now, while the new design if the small sized Bolero is yet not known for sure, the vehicle has been highly speculated for long and has just got rendered by a prominent auto portal. This rendered image of the new upcoming U108 seems pretty real and also looks really practical.

The rendering of the U108 looks nice and well proportioned and is sure hoped to be followed by Mahindra, as despite the slashing of the stock Bolero’s 4.17 meter length, this subcompact version does not look disproportionate like the other chopped cars in India. The front as well as rear overhangs of the rendered are almost matched. The size reduction has also not robbed off either the great utilitarian aspect or the old-school visual appeal from the Bolero. In fact given the massive popularity of the sub-4 meter SUV models, the small avatar of the Bolero with its small overhangs and great practicality could take the popularity of the vehicle to a new high and find favors with the off-road lovers.

Indian car market is becoming a tough ground for the diesel cars, there has been a recent ban on large diesel engine displacement in Delhi, while additional cess have been implied on the SUVs and larger vehicles. This has made the Bolero less affordable to its wide customer base in the rural markets. Mahindra also plans to power the new U108 with a smaller 1.5 liter diesel mill instead of the current Bolero’s 2.5 liter diesel motor. The U108 will add to Mahindra’s growing sub-4 meter vehicle range that currently has TUV300, the KUV100 and the newly launched NuvoSport.

NuvoSport, the Quanto replacement launched with much better specs

The Mahindra NuvoSport SUV, which is simultaneously the Quanto facelift and the Quanto replacement, has been launched in India on 4th of April at a starting price of INR 7.35 lac. The car is more like a completely new model because it is built on a totally different platform from its predecessor.

mahindra nuvosport suv

The Quanto was built on the Xylo platform and proved to be a huge failure. There seemed to be no hope for the model, so Mahindra introduced the NuvoSport, which started off as a Quanto facelift, but eventually emerged as a completely new model placed right above the TUV300, replacing the Quanto.

Based on the platform of Mahindra’s longest running success, the Scorpio, the NuvoSport is a compact SUV that will be battling segment leaders like the Renault Duster, Nissan Terrano, the relatively new but already successful Hyundai Creta, and the recently launched Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza.

The sub-4 meter Quanto replacement has been launched in six different variants and ranges from INR 7.35 lac to INR 9.76 lac in ex-showrooms in Delhi. The car gets a ladder frame chassis and is much sturdier than the Ingenio based Xylo or Imperio. The car also looks more like the Scorpio than the Quanto it succeeds.

Not to dismiss the few design cues from the Quanto that are retained in the new model, there are a number of changes that are exclusive to the NuvoSport tag. The upholstery gets new fabric, the color themes of the interiors are different, and there are six exterior paint options.

To compete with the popular compact SUVs of the era, without any drawbacks, the NuvoSport is loaded with safety features like ABS with EBD, dual front airbags, reverse parking assistance, and cruise control for the higher trim variants.

The interior features include adjustable seat for the driver, recliners for the second-row seats, lumbar support seats for the front row, drive infosystem, a new designed multifunctional steering wheel, power windows, a new touchscreen infotainment unit, remote key entry, and micro hybrid technology.

The engine of the NuvoSport is an upgraded version of the 1.5 liter 3-cylinder diesel unit carried over from the Quanto. The engine comes with a 2-stage turbocharger. There are two drive modes for the engine, one is the Power mode that offers up to 101PS and 240Nm peak torque. The other is the Economy mode in which the car churns up to 72.6PS power and 180Nm peak torque, but saves on the fuel consumption.

The standard transmission system for all the variants of the car is a 5-speed manual system. AMT is available as an option for two of the higher trim variants. The powertrain uses the RWD system. The car is available in two bold skin colors, namely, Molten Red and Rust Orange. Then there are the two classic colors, Fiery Black, and Diamond White. For more different taste, there is the Regal Blue and Mist Silver.

Developed at Mahindra’s own Research Valley in Chennai, the NuvoSport is expected to sell much better than the Quanto, and help the TUV300 capture a higher share in the segment.

Mahindra NuvoSport subcompact SUV launched in India starting at Rs. 7.35 lakhs

As was scheduled, Indian SUV leader Mahindra & Mahindra has gone ahead launching its new NuvoSport sub-compact SUV model in India on 4th of April. The new Mahindra NuvoSport has been priced starting at Rs. 7.35 lakhs (ex-showroom, Thane).

Mahindra NuvoSport Image

The Mahindra NuvoSport is essentially the upgraded Mahindra Quanto SUV which comes with a new front façade and more new updates on the inside and under the hood to correct the flaws of the Quanto and to impress the city dwelling Indian SUV buyers. The NuvoSport is going to be the latest model from the house of Mahindra & Mahindra that is ready to lock its horns with the likes of the new Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza and Ford EcoSport, aside its cousin Mahindra TUV300. Thus, now Mahindra has two models in the sub-4 meter compact SUV market of India, while the sub-4 meter Mahindra KUV100 is pitched as a micro-SUV.

Mahindra & Mahindra decided to overhaul the Quanto and re-launch it with a new name, as the model has been a slow selling one for quite some time. Moreover, the TUV300 subcompact SUV’s launch further damaged the Quanto’s sales. In fact, the Quanto was rumored to be discontinued, but Mahindra decided to retain it in a new avatar which is quite similar to the original.

Here’s a look at the just launched Mahindra NuvoSport:

Mechanical specs

Under the hood, the Mahindra NuvoSport packs in a 1.5 liter, 3-cylinder mHawk diesel motor that has been paired to a 5 speed manual or AMT gearbox. The engine has the capability to churn out 100 bhp of power and 240 Nm of torque.

The NuvoSport offers two drive modes – Power and Economy to suit different drive conditions. The SUV is based on the company’s new generation platform and has been endowed with a comfort suspension system and anti-roll technology to ensure easy handling and comfortable ride.

While the Mahindra TUV300 is posed to be a rough and tough baby SUV, the NuvoSport is placed as a more refined urban SUV aimed at offering an active lifestyle.

Cabin

On the inside, the new NuvoSport comes with a refreshed design while the features a mix of the Quanto and the TUV300.

Most notable new features on the Mahindra NuvoSport is the touchscreen infotainment system along with Bluetooth, cruise control, leather upholstery, dual front airbags and ABS among others. The SUV comes with dual airbags and ABS as optional safety features on the lower variants.

Variants & Colors

The new Mahindra NuvoSport is now available for sale in the Indian car market in three trims and a total six models namely – N4, N4+, N6, N6 AMT, N8 and N8 AMT. Among these, the mid-level and the top trim variants offer the option of an AMT gearbox.

The sub-4 meter SUV comes in six shades: Diamond White, Fiery Black, Regal Blue, Mist Silver, Molten Red and Rust Orange.

Price Range

The new Mahindra NuvoSport’s base model N4 has been tagged at Rs 7.35 lakh which goes up to Rs. 9.76 lakh for the range-topping N8 AMT variant.