Category: XUV500

2015 Mahindra XUV500 and 2015 Tata Safari Storme

With the increasing desire to buy bigger and powerful machines has led to the gradual increase in the level of competition amongst SUV in India. SUVs have become quite popular and most wanted amongst the individuals of age group in late 20s and 30s who are no more interested in buying a small family car or even a sedan.

2015 Mahindra XUV500

Although there is a huge demand for SUVs in the market, the car makers are finding it bit difficult to manufacture these vehicles with enhanced performance while keeping the mileage intact. This has given rise to a new segment of vehicles called ‘Mini SUVs’ to deal with this issue.

Here we are going to analyze Mahindra XUV500 with Tata Safari Storme in terms of performance, features, pricing and many more.

The Mahindra XUV 500 has already gained admiration in the Indian market with its precision styling, impressive looks featured with heavy wheel arches and a enormous bumper. Gaining its inspiration from the Indian “Cheetah” this SUV surely remains at top with its unique elements including design. Tata Safari Storme, created a buzz in the domain of SUVs when it was first revealed in 2012. This SUV, with its big size and power, was the actual SUV of India.

The looks and the design of Mahindra XUV500 is accurately proportioned still the details are not so clear and overall build quality is affected. It is available with various features specifically in its top end W8 model and currently spotted Sportz models. It comes with a 2.2 litre engine with a capacity to generate 140 BHP and with 6-speed manual transmission option.

Tata Safari has been on the Indian roads for quite some time now, over 17 years. The new Storme, although old, has been worked upon by Tata in the areas of exterior shape and design where it still resembles the old one. Storme is a completely new offering by Tata as it is been based on the smaller version of the tubular frame chassis. It is available with a powerful 2.2 litre DiCor turbo diesel engine that is capable to churn out approximately 140BHP and torque of 320 NM. Its top variants are quite good.

Tata Safari Storme Explorer

Analysis on the basis of Performance

As a known fact, Mahindra XUV 500 is having a 4 cylinder, 2.2 litre “mHAWK” turbo diesel motor which can generate a power of 140 BHP and 330 Nm. This car assures a fuel efficiency of over 15.1 Kmpl as per the figures quoted by ARAI and this is a significant for any car of this size.

Tata Safari Storme, having an enormous body weighing 2.650 Kg delivers 13.6 kmpl. It is fitted with a 2.2 litre VariCOR diesel engine that generates maximum of 140 PS power and a maximum torque of 320 Nm.

Analysis of the Dynamics

The Mahindra XUV 500 is quite comfortable for a slow drive since with the alteration in speed, it begins to lose its balance causing loads of vertical movements. It fails to give comfort on the sharp bumpers as they are felt inside the car also.

On the other hand, Safari Storme maintains its composure even on the bends and in spite of its large size it manages to ensure optimum comfort on steep bends as well.

XUV500 Image Source: Team-Bhp

3 custom modified Mahindra XUV models

The Mahindra XUV500 is one of the most anticipated car models that is about to launch in the market. Mahindra has had a good track record with SUVs and this one is expected to be their best one yet. This car has so much potential that a number of people have made some modifications to the car so as to make it shine and give it a great look for those nuts who like making modifications to their cars and make it look as unique as possible.

Mahindra XUV500 DC Lounge edition exteriors

The first modified Mahindra XUV500 has had modifications done on it by one of the best car designers of India, Dilip Chhabria or more affectionately known as DC. He has made a number of breathtaking modifications to make it the epitome of luxury on four wheels. He has brought out a unique blend of craftsmanship which can make the original manufacturers jealous and possibly want to make their own. This car can also be called the Mahindra XUV Lounge Edition as it is a car and a lounge all rolled into one. The exterior of the car has been spruced up with modified grille and bumpers. The second and third row of seats have been removed and replaced with two luxurious lounge chairs each which is 24’’ in size and has electronic controls for adjustment. On the seats in front of those huge chairs you have a 10.4’’ LCD screen which has a DVD player and a host of other entertainment options.

Mahindra XUV500 Intrepid

The second modified Mahindra XUV has had modifications done on it by Zubair Abdulla of “Hot Zone Racing Technology”. He has previously made waves at the MOC Custom Car Show in Bangalore thanks to the Mahindra XUV500 or how he likes to call it Mahindra INtrepid. He has made this car the ultimate off-road car by amassing in every possible off-road assist accessory/equipment that is there in the market. The exterior of the car is also filled with LED & Halogen light kits in every part of the car. The paint job on the car has a complete matte black exterior with orange headlights with a completely redesigned front grille, large air scoops, a fancy overhead air intake and other such extensive modifications. The designer has spent a bomb just to modify this car and make it look even more intimidating than the original which was an impressive task.

Mahindra XUV500 Crossover Cheetah

The third and final modification has been done by the in-house customization department at Mahindra and they call themselves Mahindra Customizations. The team at Mahindra Customizations has taken clear inspiration from the fastest animal on earth, the cheetah and they wanted to emphasize their inspiration and have chosen to repaint the car with a golden yellow paint and have added the image of a cheetah and make it look fiercer. They have taken advantage of the bulge on the rear wheel arches that already gives it the cat like look. Black spots have been painted all over to further enforce that look. If you still don’t realize that it is a cheetah, they have painted the face of an angry looking cheetah on the hood.

The all-new Mahindra XUV500 to be launched soon

Mahindra is certainly a brand name in the segment of Utility Vehicles. Utility vehicle owners who quest for dependability, power, sturdiness, and economical pricing have always favored the company’s brand of utility vehicles effortlessly. Mahindra has more recently come into the forefront, more so for its XUV500 that got launched in 2011. The XUV500 is not only popular for its rugged looks, but also for its attributes that spell utmost luxury and comfort to its buyers. The Mahindra XUV500 is embodied with umpteen world class features that are innovative for making it one of the most sought-after vehicles amidst the Mahindra portfolio.  This is also one of the reasons as to why the company chose XUV500 to be the first car for its launch over international dais.

2015 Mahindra XUV500

Mahindra XUV500 is monocoquely structured for the first-time, uniquely enclosed by metal sheets that are light in weight and a diagonally positioned engine to go with it. The engine’s crossed position does make a huge difference, especially in rendering a spacious environment to its commuters. In fact, the car cabin is one of the much-talked about attribute and is easily the prime comfort feature of the Mahindra XUV500. It is this feature that also makes the XUV 500 much safer and relatively better crash resistant as compared to its competitors floating in similar segment. Its traverse placed engine crafts a bigger crumple zone, thus making the XUV 500 an ideal safe vehicle for families.

Currently, Mahindra offers customers with four variants of XUV 500, each of which are power-driven by a potent 2.2-liter mHawk diesel mill, good enough to boost the vehicle’s 15kmpl fuel efficiency quotient. Considering the vehicle’s performance rendering ability, its 15kmpl mileage is perfectly poised to satisfy the buyers of both its 2WD and 4WD variants. The car is also blessed with a 6-speed manual transmission unique support system that competently relocates power on to its tyres. Although the showroom price of the Mahindra XUV500 ranges from Rs.10.95 lakhs to Rs.14.64 lakhs, it can be sought for a minimal differential of Rs.1-2 lakhs on road.

It is a known fact that XUV500 completely mesmerized its customer segment right from the date back in September 2011, mainly due to the array of features that it embodies. The only concern faced by the company in 2015 is regarding the look XUV500 portrays, which is a tad bit longer than its contemporary models. Mahindra is definitely looking forward to correct this issue by rendering an apt makeover to its flagship. The Mahindra design team does seem to have a taste for fanged grilles that have been perfectly incorporated in its newly launched Scorpio.

Apart from keeping the headlights on similar lines, the designers have done an exceptional job by rendering the XUV500 with novel S-shaped LED DRL strip finely interlacing around the core beam lights and the projector. As for the fog lamps, they look a little gaudy with all the chrome backdrops it boasts. To render users better clarity, the XUV500 has incorporated clear lens indicators apart from the renewed alloy wheel design. Although its interiors are less tampered with, the all-new XUV500 boasts elite beige colored flamboyance, good enough to hold the appeal it has promised. However, the company has not churned out anything new to keep the engine tweaking fan-followers happy. Considering the competition it would be getting from Nissan Terrano, Renault Duster and Tata Safari, it is formidable if the all-new XUV500 embodies engine tweaking with much seriousness as that is what would render the vehicle utmost power boost.

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Mahindra facelifts famous SUV XUV500

The famous Indian auto company and manufacturer of XUV 500, Mahindra & Mahindra has started the face-lifting of its famous model XUV 500 also. The Mahindra & Mahindra is a known brand for its accuracy and therefore the company prefers to face-lift its models and sell in the market which can be much helpful to the company in a number of ways. The company is known for its wise decision and probably that is the reason company has opted to go for the face-lift of its XUV 500 model also. The XUV 500 model is a crossover model in the SUV segment. The company is known for its grip on the diesel engine models of SUV. It is the largest player of the SUV segment in the Indian market. The XUV 500 SUV was launched before few months and now the company is making its face-lift which means the company has some long term plans regarding this particular model.

Mahindra XUV500 Xclusive

The XUV 500 face-lifted model is in its testing phase and some market sources have viewed the model from very close. The information provided by the sources makes one believe that the new face-lifted model will be available in the market with some attractive changes in it. Majority the changes are noted for exterior only as the interior of XUV 500 was too beautiful the sources do not expect any interior changes.

As per the sources the company has focused to bring some notable changes to the front and rear side of the model. It has headlamps completely different than the previous model and has LED daytime running lights. It has changes in projectors also. The turn indicators are also improved in design and performance. The revised grills merges with the headlamps in the face-lifted model.

The bumper of the model is also improved and expanded. The pseudo air intakes are now available with silver as well as chrome finish, there is also a sporty silver skid plate fitted. The overall look with face-lifted model is more elegant than the previous model. The most important change is it has multi spoke alloy wheel design. The license plate holder has also got taillight on it. As per the sources the premium version of XUV 500 may get the sunroof for a better riding experience. The dashboard quality and finish are also improved.

The XUV500 entered as one of the highly anticipated vehicles in the Indian market and is the first ever crossover by the company. Since the vehicle continues to enjoy good response from the customers, we don’t expect much of a change under the skin.

The company expects the face-lifted XUV500 to do a better job. However, the previous model also has been a beneficial model only and now this model will surely prove the expectation of the company true to its name. The new model can have an optional six speed AT.

The Mahindra recalls XUV500 because of alloys break

In any business, the quality of the product is always a serious concern. The same rule applies in the auto sector also and there are a number of incidents registered where the vehicles are sold with a manufacturing defect and later the company has to ask for a mass recall. Recently such incidents have happened in the Indian auto sector also. This time the recall was called from leading Indian auto giant Mahindra.

Mahindra Scorpio alloys recall

The Mahindra & Mahindra is a famous auto company in diesel segment and particularly in the SUV segment. There are a number of SUV models which have been a massive hit in the Indian auto market. Recently in the month of February the company had recalled its models of XUV500. There was an upgrade planned by the company for the side curtain airbag software and hence the company had recalled all the models sold which were produced on or before July 2014.

Only after a few weeks the company is forced to launch another recall and this time it is due to defects in the vehicle. The company had received several complaints about speed rim alloys. However, the company had not manufactured these rims nor it was a part of the model, but it was provided by the dealers as an accessory to the model. The rims were manufactured by the Neo wheels India. According to the complaints the alloys used to break off without any external force being applied. The company made an inquiry to find out the actual cause. After proper investigation, it reached to the conclusion that the alloys were made with a substandard material and therefore it need to be changed.

Till now due to this there are several cases reported in which the vehicle had got damaged due to erroneous alloys rim getting broken. In one case the driver was driving the vehicle with a speed of 30 kmph and suddenly the front left wheel got broke off which caused damage to the model also.

Considering the seriousness of the issue, the company has asked to recall. The process will be very simple. The customer who has purchased the vehicle will be called by the dealers. The vehicle speed rims will be checked and the serial number will be matched to the series of the defective rims. If the customer vehicle is with such series of defective rim, the rim will be replaced by the dealer without any charge. The recall by Mahindra is made very silently so that no more noise is made by the competitors.

Though in Indian market such incidents are not much seen. But with the change of time and grown competition the companies have more focus on the quality of the product as well as the customer service. This is a very good example of changing scenario of Indian auto market and this will surely provide courage to other businesses as well as producers to shoulder their responsibility by helping the customer.

Source: Team-Bhp

The engine power of XUV500 against Tata Safari Dicor

Mahindra a highly reputed Indian based automobile firm is a pioneer of the utility vehicle market. On the thought of Mahindra SUV a product that surfaces is XUV500, it is a common sight on Indian roads and a source of marvel and luxury to a large group of family and friends.

Mahindra XUV500

Mahindra XUV500

The biggest rival of Mahindra on home soil is Tata Motors, and Tata Safari Dicor is a proficient sport utility vehicle. For years the public has debated on the power of XUV500 versus Tata Safari Dicor. The holiday season is soon approaching and there is a section of the population that is hunting for a new sport utility vehicle and there are no better choices than XUV500 or Tata Safari Dicor, it is a tedious process to opt for the better out of the two. Let’s compare and find out.

Mahindra XUV500 is recognized for its highly efficient engine power and is fitted with a powerful 16V mHawk diesel engine with a phenomenal 2179cc displacement capacity. The potent engine churns 330Nm and 140bhp, and is engineered with an advanced direct injection fuel supply technology. The transmission of power happens through a six speed manual transmission gearbox. The company has introduced a front wheel drive (FWD) car as well and it moves with a maximum speed of 175km/h. Its acceleration power is immense and zooms through o to 100 in only 12.5 seconds. The fuel consumption power is 70 liters and the expected mileage on city roads is 12kmpl and on ideal highway conditions it offers 15.1kmpl. The price of high-end variant is Rs 14.5 lakhs.

Tata Safari Storme Explorer

Tata Safari Dicor Storme is a high-energy vehicle and runs on a proficient displacement capacity of 2179cc.  Its high intensity engine power is contributed by a potent 16V Dicor power train that churns 320Nm and 138.1bhp, and the engine is build with an innovative common rail direct fuel injection technology and coupled to five speed manual transmission gearbox. Consumers can opt between the 4×2 and 4×4 variants, and the highest attainable speed is 160km/h and moves with an acceleration power of 0 to 100 in only 15.8 seconds. Occupants can venture on any length and breadth of drive and not be too concerned about mileage consumption; a full tank can accommodate around 65 litres. The mileage power on highways is 11.57 kmpl and on city terrains it offers 8.32kmpl. The cost of the most loaded vehicle is Rs 10.2 lakhs.

The sport utility vehicle market in India is a highly established industry, and there are no bigger players than Mahindra and Tata Motors. The SUV significance of the firms is witnessed on international soil. The prime selling feature of SUV is spark engine power and XUV500 and Tata Safari Dicor Stome is unbeatable in this regard. The two cars are equipped with equally effectual engine power, but XUV500 is the superior model with regard to mileage. It is costlier but offers more value for money.

The classic and exclusive XUV500 Xclusive Edition launched

Mahindra an established Indian based enterprise has launched the XUV500 Xclusive edition, it is an exclusive product packed with exclusiveness. The car is developed on the lines of the most loaded W8car and has voice message system, reverse camera and electric sunroof. The features to watch out for is anti-pinch driver window, illuminated scuff plates, six way power adjustable driver’s seats, sporty aluminium pedals and stylish grey alloy wheels.

Mahindra XUV500 Xclusive

On the introduction of the car, the Chief Marketing Officer of the Automotive Division of Mahindra and Mahindra said, ‘’we are delighted to introduce the Xclusive Edition of XUV500. We are a firm that caters to the needs of consumers, and the vision behind the launch is customer feedback. XUV500 is a high-seller in the country and the prime selling features are world class safety, pioneering technology and exceptional styling. ‘’

XUV500 Xclusive Edition is fitted with a robust 2.2 litre engine also used in the current car and it pumps out fierce 330Nm torque and 141PS power energies. The engine is coupled to 6-speed transmission engineered with front wheel drive technology. The car is sold at an initial price of Rs 14.48 lakhs.

XUV500 is a highly popular car, and it is a product of advanced innovation, inscribed in the innovative monocoque chassis technology. From the exteriors, the car is immensely fashionable and looks amazingly sporty. It is a vehicle designed particularly for adventure buffs, who can zoom effortlessly on off-road terrains.

Mahindra has certainly surprised the crowd with the Xclusive Edition XUV500 car, and it is abundantly feature rich to an unimaginable level. Owning a XUV500 vehicle is itself great; imagine the feel of owning a Xclusive Edition XUV500. The competition level of the Indian automobile industry has elevated to a whole new level, and the market share volume of the sport utility vehicle has increased to new heights.

It is the arrival of Renault Duster and Ford EcoSport that has set the competition bar to a whole new level. Mahindra has for years been the ruler of the utility vehicle market and its fiercest home-grown contender is Tata Motors, and now the challenging economy has resulted in new enhanced level of competition. The introduction of XUV500 Xclusive Edition is a great strategy to attract customers to the efficiency and specialness of the car.

Mahindra is also working on new XUV500 hybrid, all set to launch in mid 2015, it is an upcoming high-tech car to watch out for. The company has incorporated a high-tech engine, engineered with the advanced Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor technology and robust lithium-ion charge. It is expected to have higher fuel-efficiency than the previous car, an increase of 18%.  The 2.2 litre engine will release 320Nm and 140bhp and coupled with 6-speed synchromesh manual transmission and the power transmission is directed to front wheels.

There is a lot of XUV500 excitement to watch out for, with XUV500 Xclusive Edition and XUV500 hybrid. Buyers who are keen on XUV500 Xclusive Edition just go for it, and explore the specialness of life.

The funky and desirable XUV500 facelift captured camouflaged again

Mahindra is building a new XUV500 facelift car, and it was spied on several occasion and it is back again in its mysterious spy state. It was captured recently, by car enthusiasts in partly camouflaged state; sources have discovered that the core nature of the model is unchanged. XUV500 is a key profit player for the established Indian based auto manufacturer and a common sight on Indian roads. The attractiveness is inscribed in the burly and classy exterior framework and feature rich interiors.

Mahindra XUV500 Artic Blue body color

Mahindra XUV500 Artic Blue

The upcoming XUV500 facelift will undergo extensive modifications on rear and front, the front bumper and tail lights are re-structured. The structure of sparkling chrome decorated door handles is unchanged and the design of alloy wheels is new. Mahindra has not modified the mechanical property of the car and it will run on the same potent 2.2 litre four cylinder mHawk diesel engine that generates spark torque and power efficiencies of 330NM and 140bhp.

Mahindra has for years ruled the utility vehicle market, and XUV500 is a huge profit player in Indian and international markets. The arrival of a new facelift car will only create cold shivers among other esteemed automobile firms and its fiercest rivals are Renault Duster and Tata Safari Storme. It was a sight of attraction at the prestigious 2014 Delhi Auto Expo.

According to the buzz, Mahindra is working on an automatic XUV500, and it is expected to arrive around the same time as the facelift. The new XUV500 facelift is filled with fresh characteristics, and now let’s go into the depth of some of the desirable characteristics to look forward to. The exterior modifications are new LED lit spoiler mounted stop light and new headlights, bumper and grille.

XUV500 is a sight of optimum fascination in India, and looks stunning inside, out, and the upcoming model carries some of the characteristics from the current gen piece. The insides will have better décor, along with new equipments and colours. The expected price range is Rs 11 to 15 lakh.

Mahindra has taken the sport utility vehicle (SUV) market by storm in India, and the country is fascinated by XUV500. The new upcoming model will arrive in a greater package than the current car, there is so much of newness to explore inside out. It is also a product of high-end technology engineered with the advanced monocoque chassis technology.

How exciting is it, to get a taste of forthcoming XUV500 facelift? And the customer turnover is going to be massive. For years XUV500 has been a hard model to beat, and each time the vehicle is captured, interesting discoveries are cracked. Car buyers who are keen on new XUV500 facelift it is a fantastic buy to enjoy the new splendours of XUV500, and this time in a more spectacular package.

The new XUV500 facelift is ideal to dig into new adventure rides, and customers can be assured of optimum safety. So buy the car and have a blast

XUV500 facelift spotted with fascinating spy details in Chennai

The new Mahindra XUV500 facelift will launch this year, and the nation of India is waiting for it. The country is crazy about XUV500, and it has been a flamingly popular car since its first arrival in the year 2009. The prime selling features of the vehicle is its aggressively sporty body and fiery engine.

Mahindra XUV500 wins the title Star of Nasik at 2013 Maharashtra Rally

Mahindra XUV500

The new XUV500 facelift will have minor changes, and it will have newly constructed dashboard, alloy wheel and front fascia. Mahindra has not modified the mechanical details of the car, and the vehicle will move on a potent 2.2 litre diesel mill that pumps out peak torque and power energies of 330Nm and 140hp respectively. The most loaded variant will have an automatic transmission system, and reports state that the car is expected to yield superior fuel efficiency.

The year 2015 is a big one for ardent Mahindra fans; there are quite a few new cars to choose from, such as new XUV500 facelift, new Bolero and new Thar. The biggest surprise of all is XUV500 facelift, and the captured car on the streets of Chennai was too fascinating for passer by’s. The front view is sufficiently camouflaged and only faint glimpses of the tail and head light is seen, and the most exposed region is the grille, and the structure is more or less similar to the present car.

The side segment of the vehicle is uncovered and the interesting sight here is the bulge on the rear door. The architecture of the roof line is creative and the roof rails build the sporty nature of the vehicle. There is a bit of camouflage on the rear and the tail lights are visible, structured into elongated arty structures. The new XUV500 facelift will have same rear and front styling, on the rear is creatively constructed grille and bumper, and the rear part is expected to have generous chrome decorations surrounding the license plate. The present XUV500 car is painted with professional black finish.

The new identity of XUV500 facelift varied from the previous one is the newly constructed front segment and upgraded tailgate. The design of alloy rim is new, the interior décor is going to rich as ever, and this time maybe even richer, with newly constructed dashboard and upholstery and many other additional equipments.

Mahindra is a forerunner of the sport utility vehicle market, and has over the years produced top quality cars. It thereby has a strong competitive edge in this segment, but the rivalry power has just exploded recently, and the market share volume of the SUV segment is flourishing, contributed by products from Ford and Renault with EcoSport and Duster respectively.

The details of the new XUV500 facelift car are intriguing, the current model is feature packed, and the new car is going to have many more equipments. There will be many more fascinating details in the coming months, and the new XUV500 facelift is the car to own, to just enjoy the amazing thrills of a high spirited SUV. It is now time to plan an exhilarating vacation, and zoom through the streets like there is no tomorrow.

Take a look at XUV500 hybrid scheduled to launch in mid 2015

Mahindra XUV500 is a big SUV hit in India, it is a uniquely built car desired for its power and high comfort value. There is an exciting bit of information for ardent XUV500 fans, the firm is geared to introduce the XUV500 hybrid car in mid 2015, and this time it is not just the regular XUV500 car, but an eco-friendly hybrid one.

Mahindra XUV500

Mahindra XUV500


The upcoming XUV500 hybrid car looks classy, and it is covered with pristine white body paint. The classiness of the front is characterized by trendy transparent acrylic sheet, and the trendiness of the front is contributed by a new classy looking front grille. The seventeen inch multi-spoke alloy wheel is the standard hybrid car feature and the suspension is re-engineered to have a firm grip on challenging terrains.


The inner décor of XUV500 hybrid is classy; it has to be, because of the esteemed name tag attached to it. It is garnished with lavishness and advanced technology, the design of leather upholstery is classy and is covered with a neat duel tone shade, the passenger seat has reclining properties and customers can expect nothing but intense comfort. The other source of convenience is power foldable and power adjustable exterior rear view mirrors. Mahindra has not changed the dynamics of the infotainment system and the steering wheel has advanced tilt adjustable facilities.


Mahindra XUV500 hybrid is stuffed with a series of security equipments, and it has multiple airbags, electronic stability program with rollover mitigation technology, electronic brake force distribution and anti-lock braking system. The company has installed a potent traction system into the vehicle and it is engineered in an innovative matter to ensure that the vehicle moves smoothly and there is no room for traction loss on challenging road terrains.


Mahindra has engineered the car with a breakthrough (PMSM) Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor technology that operates on potent lithium ion battery. The car has a conventional and electric engine, and according to Mahindra, the combination of the two will elevate the mileage output by 18%. The forthcoming XUV500 hybrid vehicle will move on a proficient mHawk 140 type engine built with direct injection diesel engine and fifth generation variable geometry turbocharger. The regular engine moves on 2.2 liter capacity and yields fierce 140bhp power and 320Nm torque energies, and is linked to six speed synchromesh manual gearbox.

XUV500 hybrid is a robust performer and its acceleration power is magnificent, it covers vast distances of 0 to 60kmph in only 5.4 seconds. There can’t be more exciting news than the pending arrival of XUV500 hybrid car, it looks so one of a kind and different, and the prime selling feature is the glossy white paint and black bonnet. Buyers who are keen on the vehicle it is a great purchase, and the perfect solution to a convenient and eco-friendly mode of travel. The scheduled arrival period is mid 2015 and Mahindra has not yet revealed the price structure of the car.