Mahindra introduces new body-kit for the newly launched Mahindra TUV300

The Indian SUV market is really a superbly profitable one and thus a coveted segment for all the car makers in the country. While India has been always a rough and tough SUV loving market, in the recent times the segment has become much fast paced, competitive and matured. The Indian car buyers seems to be head over heels in love with the contemporary new SUVs, and the new the recently launched Hyundai Creta alone can vouch for it with its more than 40,000 bookings in just two months’ time. In such a situation, if the Indian SUV leader Mahindra & Mahindra experiences declined sales, then it should very disturbing for the homegrown car major indeed. However, Mahindra really doesn’t bother wasting its time on fretting and getting perturbed and rather prefers working hard to fix its sales woes.

tuv300 mahindra

This is exactly what the company intends to do with the introduction of its slew of new vehicle models, the process of which has started with the launch of the new Mahindra TUV300. The new Mahindra TUV300 is a sub-4 meter compact SUV model which is in vogue in India right now. However, being a small vehicle the TUV300 looks far from cute and tough is what it means, as the T in its name suggests. This pint sized SUV from Mahindra is indeed very aggressive looking and feels fit for the rough and tough roads and driving situations. And now, in order to increase the tough and rugged quotient of the TUV300, Mahindra has introduced a new sporty body kit option for the SUV.

The Mahindra TUV300 is a traditional tough and boxy looking SUV model that showcases its maker’s patent rugged appeal with its battle tank inspired design. The Mahindra TUV300 has an aggressive staring price of Rs. 6.9 Lakh (Ex-showroom, Mumbai) as well to make it a pocket sized, pocket friendly SUV. The vehicle also comes with the attractive of 7 seats, despite its small size. Now, the compact SUV comes with a new bold and rugged body kit to enhance its tough looks as well as capabilities.

The Mahindra TUV300 has a front radiator grill that is reminiscent of the Jeep Cherokee that contrasts nicely with noticeable bumper cladding. On the inside, the vehicle offers an optional surround sound enhancer as well as rear seat entertainment screens. Other optional features include front as well as rear parking sensors. With new add-on features, affordable pricing and good aesthetics the newly launched Mahindra TUV300 compact SUV models seems to be ready to become a seller. It remains to be seen though how it fairs against the likes of the very successful Ford EcoSport, Renault Duster and Hyundai Creta.

The new optional features include the following:


  • A “tougher” look
  • Many chrome garnished elements
  • Metallic finish wheel cover with Machined alloy wheels
  • Illuminated scuff plates
  • New Seat Covers
  • Side step & Roof carrier
  • Bicycle carrier
  • Xenon head lamps
  • Front and rear parking sensors


  • Rear seat entertainment system
  • Thermo electric chiller
  • Driver’s Heads up display
  • Surround sound enhancer

Mahindra says the new upcoming Mahindra S101 will wholly different from the TUV300

Indian car major Mahindra & Mahindra has been suffering from plummeting sales rates for quite some time now, but is currently well braced to turn the situation into a more favorable one for itself. The leading SUV maker of the country has just launched its brand new compact SUV model – Mahindra TUV300 on 10th of this month, and now it is preparing to launch another all-new product in the domestic car market in the form of the codenamed S101.

Mahindra TUV300

The Mahindra S101 has been a largely awaited product which has been getting spied for over two years now and was thought to be the first compact SUV model from Mahindra’s stable to launch ahead of the TUV300. However, the S101 is yet to launch in the market. However, reports have it that Mahindra & Mahindra is going to launch the new compact vehicle very soon and if speculations are to be believed, Mahindra is going to call the new vehicle the Mahindra XUV100. Though, we would like some new name for the brand new S101 instead of something which seems to be the baby version of the XUV500, if Mahindra really chooses this name then it may be thinking of giving the idea of a small premium SUV with this vehicle.

As both the new Mahindra TUV300 and the upcoming Mahindra XUV100 are compact sub-meter models, it is easy for people to think that they will be similar vehicles offered as options to the Indian SUV buyers. However, as per Mahindra’s executive director Dr. Pawan Goenka, these two baby SUVs will be completely dissimilar and thus, won’t cannibalize each other’s sales in the market.

Goenka told the media that the company is conscious about the fact that it does not offer very similar products and stressed that there are many major differences between these two new compact SUV models which have been built to cater to different demands and requirements of the buyers, while terms of pricing as well these two models are different. He said by adding that the company intends to offer a different appeal with the new Mahindra S101.

Mahindra S101 Spied rear camouflaged

Mahindra S101 Spied rear camouflaged

Goenka further said that the company has made TUV300 to appeal to the audience while like tough and rugged appeal, while the S101 will be different. He said that he can’t even imagine that a customer will be able to compare the S101 with the TUV300, giving the impression that they are that different vehicles.

The S101 is thus, expected to be more stylish and sleek looking to appear wholly different than the TUV300.

The brand new Mahindra S101 will be equipped with a newly developed 1.2 liter petrol motor making it Mahindra’s first vehicle with an in-house petrol engine. This petrol engine has been developed by Mahindra in collaboration with its Korean subsidiary SsangYong.

The Mahindra S101 will be a light weight vehicle based on a monocoque chassis. Recently, it is believed to be a competitor of the B-Segment hatchbacks such as Maruti Suzuki Wagon R and Celerio.

Mahindra TUV300 Vs Ford EcoSport Vs Renault Duster – Compact SUV comparison

Homegrown SUV master, Mahindra launched the much awaited TUV300 compact SUV with the starting price of Rs. 6.90 lakh (ex-showroom Pune). Mahindra’s plummeting sales rates are hoped to be salvaged with the launch of the new Mahindra TUV300, which the company’s first actual compact SUV, as the Quanto is just a chop-shop version of the Xylo. Mahindra is thus, banking big on the new TUV300 to boost its sales owing to the huge demands in the compact SUV segment of India.

mahindra tuv300 red

The new Mahindra TUV300 is stubby looking baby SUV that is said to have drawn design inspiration from “battle tank” and will be rivaling the seasoned hits like the Ford Renault Duster, EcoSport, Nissan Terrano and the newly launched lot – Hyundai Creta and Maruti S-Cross.

Moreover, being affordably priced at a range of Rs. 6.9 lakh to Rs. 9.12 lakh (ex-showroom, Pune), the small Mahindra TUV300 SUV is prepared to dampen the sales of even some other hot vehicles like the Maruti Swift Dzire, Hyundai i20, Maruti Ertiga and Honda Mobilio. The Mahindra thus means to kill many birds with just one stone – the Mahindra TUV300. However, is the new Mahindra TUV300 really worth the buzz and its maker’s expectations? Let’s briefly pitch it against two great selling compact SUV models, namely the Ford EcoSport and Renault Duster.

Mahindra with the help of its smart engineering made the small TUV300 a proficient 7-seater with 2 foldable jump seats at the rear. The TUV300 also has the biggest boot space at 384 liters after its bigger Renault Duster which offers 475 liter.

In terms of safety, the Mahindra TUV300 T4+, which is the second base variant, is braced with dual front airbags and ABS along with EBD. In comparison, the Duster RxL offers only a driver’s airbag and optional passenger airbag, while the Ford EcoSport gets dual airbags and curtain airbags only on the higher trims.

When specs and performance are concerned, the TUV300 gets a 1493 cc engine very similar to the Ford EcoSport’s 1498 cc motor, while the Renault Duster is equipped with a 1461 cc engine. However, the TUV300 packs in an inline 3 cylinder motors, while its rivals boast of 4 cylinder engines. But the three cylinder 1.5 liter motor powering the TUV300 offers a great 230 Nm torque, while its 5 speed manual gearbox has been borrowed from the Scorpio.

The Mahindra TUV300’s looks will also go well with the jeep fans with its butch appearance. Despite being small, it looks pretty aggressive and tough like an able off-road beater and looks very different from the city cool crossovers like the EcoSport and Duster with polished design.

Mahindra might also offer and 4WD system option on the TUV300 at a later date. However, before that the Indian car major has to wait to witness how the new Mahindra TUV300 is received by the Indian buyers.

Given its attributes, we think the Mahindra TUV300 might be a game changer for the company. Best of luck Mahindra & Mahindra!

Upcoming Mahindra S101 speculated to be christened as the KUV100

Homegrown auto major, Mahindra & Mahindra has grabbed attention again with the recent launch of its brand new Mahindra TUV compact SUV. However, within days of its launch the focus has shifted to another brand new Mahindra vehicle, which is still codenamed as the S101. Well, it is nothing new for the upcoming new Mahindra S101 to be in the news, as the vehicle has been in news for too long now; more than two years and is certainly one of most spied and speculated new vehicle in India. Surprisingly, the Mahindra S101 always seems to be a center of attraction despite the long wait. And, when the new vehicle is finally expected to launch soon (certain this time around) in India, there are numerous speculations regarding the moniker of the vehicle.

Mahindra S101 Spy front mid seat

Mahindra S101 Spy front mid seat

As per the latest report by an automotive portal, the new upcoming Mahindra S101 is going to be christened as the Mahindra KUV100 when it launches in India. On the other hand, just recently rumors were doing the round that Mahindra is going to call the S101 as the Mahindra XUV100. The one thing common in both the speculated names for the S101 is the numeral ‘100’, though the prefix changes from XUV to KUV.

Though the report claims that the Mahindra S101 will be called the KUV100, it is not really clear as yet what the letter ‘K’ implies in the moniker. The reporting site thinks it could stand for ‘Krossover’, which would be a diversion of crossover and doesn’t really seem to fit in, as Mahindra uses actual words for the abbreviated alpha-numeric names for its other products such as the XUV500 where ‘X’ stands for ‘Generation X’, and TUV300 where ‘T’ stands for ‘Tough.’

Whatever the name be, the focus is back on the Mahindra S101 as it will be an entire new vehicle from Mahindra that will pack in a newly developed 1.2 liter petrol motor. Apart from the new petrol engine, the S101 is expected to get the same mHawk80 1.5 liter 3 cylinder diesel mill that debuted on the newly launched Mahindra TUV300. The engines will be mated to a standard 5 speed manual transmission along with an AMT option.

Mahindra & Mahindra is also speculated to be working hard to make the S101 very aggressively priced. It will be another sub-4 meter compact vehicle, while its category is speculated ranging from a SUV to a tall-boy hatchback that would go up against the likes of the Maruti Wagon R and Chevrolet Beat.

The Mahindra S101 is also speculated to have designed inputs from the Italian design house Pininfarina, which Mahindra is going to take over. The S101 is also likely to have a contemporary design with safety features like ABS and Airbags as an option for all variants.

Mahindra’s executive director Dr. Pawan Goenka has recently said that the S101 will be a completely different product than the new TUV300.

Getting back to the speculated name, while XUV100 sounds better, KUV100 is more unique as it doesn’t sound like a slashed down XUV500. We hope to know the confirmed name for the Mahindra S101 soon.

New Mahindra TUV300 launches in India starting at Rs. 6.9 Lakhs

India’s largest utility vehicle manufacturer, Mahindra & Mahindra has today launched the much awaited brand new compact SUV model – the Mahindra TUV300. The new compact SUV has launched in the Indian car market with a starting price tag of Rs. 6.90 lakhs (ex-showroom, Pune).

Mahindra TUV300

The brand new Mahindra TUV300 has been placed above the low selling Quanto compact SUV. The new TUV300 has launched in the very popular compact SUV space in India to rival the likes of the Ford EcoSport, Hyundai Creta, Renault Duster, etc. The new TUV300 from the stable of Mahindra & Mahindra has launched in a total of 7 models across 3 trim levels – namely T4, T6 and T8. The compact SUV is available for sale in India in 6 attractive color choices, namely – Dynamite Red, Verve Blue, Glacier White, Bold Black, Molten Orange and Majestic Silver.

Drawing design inspiration from a “battle tank”, the new Mahindra TUV300 flaunts styling features such as a flat roof, raised shoulder line, straight bonnet and square shaped wheel arches. The vehicle also features clear lens headlights, distinctly bold toothed front radiator grille and D-pillar finished in glossy black paint. The Mahindra TUV300 has been fully designed and developed in-house, the new compact SUV is based on the company’s new ladder frame chassis and R&D work have been carried out at the company’s R&D facility known as the Mahindra Research Valley (MRV), close to Chennai.

During the launch of the new Mahindra TUV300, the Chairman of the Mahindra Group, Mr. Anand Mahindra said that the launch of the new TUV300 is very important for the company, as the new vehicle represents the company’s ‘Rise’ philosophy in action. The Mahindra development team has used alternative thinking in order to create a compact SUV with high technology and performance levels long with unbeatable pricing. The TUV300 represents the patent quality of the Mahindra vehicles that is the ‘Tough and Rugged’ quotient that makes him confident that the vehicle will be a brand creator in its own segment and it will be able to get favorable response both in the Indian as well as in the international car markets.

The new Mahindra TUV300 compact SUV has been equipped with a new 1.5 liter, 3-cylinder mHawk80 diesel engine which is capable of generating a max power output of 82.5 bhp and a to torque of 230 Nm. The engine comes mated to a 5 speed manual transmission gearbox, while an Automated Manual Transmission (AMT) gearbox option is also available for added driving convenience.

When mileage is concerned, then the new TUV300 compact SUV delivers the fuel efficiency of 18.49 Km per liter.

In order to make the Mahindra TUV300 a safe vehicle, Mahindra has added some good safety features on the baby SUV, including front dual airbags, Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) along with Electronic Brake force Distribution (EBD), automatic door locking system, Corner Brake Control (CBC) among others.

The new Mahindra TUV300 compact SUVs Price range starts from Rs. 6.90 lakhs which goes up to Rs. 9.12 lakhs for the top of the range model (all prices, ex-showroom Pune).

Toyota explores new areas to expand operations

With the immense hard work over the years in order to churn out high quality passenger cars for the consumers has paid Toyota in a big way as it has made a name for itself as the biggest car maker company in the world if the total sold units are to be considered. And other than just the sales numbers, in many surveys Toyota vehicles are described as the most dependable cars among the lot. In present times, when the new car makers are emerging each day, Toyota holds its special place among them and the Japanese carmaker has been well determined to keep making the consumers happy and satisfied. But now a days Toyota is thinking a lot about its place in the market. No doubt being known as the top car sellers around is enough success to make the company sit back and relax but its aspirations are bigger. The company wants itself to be known as the biggest public transport developer and provider company not just a vehicle manufacturing one. So, as a result of this over thinking in the automotive world, the company is gearing up for a futuristic world, where it believes that the public transport is going to play the biggest role in the urban and the rural life across the globe. Now this is what we call dreaming big.

Toyota Logo

All this started when Toyota observed the American scenario where most people use their cars just to cover a very short distance to the bus stand or train stations; hence the thought emerged of being the public transport provider and not just a passenger car manufacturer. This interesting insight has certainly stirred up a debate in the automotive world and more companies are expected to follow the Japanese carmaker in this regard, as it usually happens. Ouch!

The chief executive of the company for its operations in North America, Mr. Jim Lentz said that they can’t limit themselves to just the manufacturing and selling of the SUVs, small cars and midsized cars and the trucks when there are many more thing yet to explore. He said that the company is all about mobility and in order to expand further they must think seriously about entering into the production of other vehicles as well. He further added that it doesn’t mean that they are going to ditch the area which made them the biggest carmaker around, the manufacture of passenger cars and trucks.

This thought occurred when they observed the growing rate of the urbanisation and the evident change in consumer behaviour. They have to keep exploring new spaces else they won’t survive for long and thus, they are now eyeing the public transport sector. Well, this is a very clear idea and conceivable as well but only time will tell how they go through with this venture and if they are successful, we are most certainly going to see a new revolution in the public transport department. Until then, we should just sit back and relax while keep buying the amazing Toyota cars.

Toyota RAV4 diesel review

Although the latest 2015 Toyota RAV4 is topping the charts in terms of sales numbers and winning the hearts of the consumers, but is it the best in the segment? Or even the second or the third best? Now that’s the question. Although proudly honing the Toyota badge has been quite useful for the SUV in the Australian markets and going by the sales numbers, it can be deemed at one successful vehicle but performance wise it falls short if compared to other biggies in the segment such as Hyundai Tucson and Mazda CX-5.

2015 Toyota RAV4

As of now, the RAV4 has a market share of around 15 percent and is only second to CX-5 when it comes to the sales numbers. The sales for the Toyota’s SUV are slightly up compared to last year and the question arises now is regardless of the ageing platform the vehicle works on, how can it possibly be raking in such high sales numbers. Let us try to find out below.

With automatic transmission feature and the turbodiesel engine powering the vehicle, we have it in the AWD. The Australian price starts from 48,490 Australian dollars, with the vehicle we drove was a bit pricier for us owing to the premium paint we had on the test vehicle. And add some extra dough to get it on road which will make the cost of getting it in your garage at around 49,000. So we can conclude that the ‘value for money’ thing doesn’t gel well with this vehicle as it is evident that some of its competitors are priced lesser than this, such as Subaru Forester which costs around 41,490 dollars. And we must say that this is a huge difference.

Talking broadly, the Toyota vehicle is laced will all the necessary features required in a vehicle of this class segment, but nothing more than that to justify the price range. Yes, the features are to the point and one would certainly expect some additional features but will get none. However, the exterior design is sportier than most if its competitors, making it stand out among the class. The 18 inch alloy wheels can be deemed as the highlights of the overall design aesthetics.

However, coming to the spaciousness, we can say that RAV4 provides the consumers with a very good storage capability which is undoubtedly best in the class. And considering the fact that it’s a sports utility vehicle, this is a welcome addition. 5 people can fit in easily along with the sufficient storage space. The luggage space is around 577 litres which is definitely better than all the other vehicles in the segment giving it a definite edge over them.

The infotainment system is very well thought out and the other basic features stand out as well.

The powertrain is the 2.2 litre 4 cylindered diesel engine which is more than sufficient to provide power to the vehicle and produces 110 Kw and 340 Nm.

In the end we must say that the vehicle does have its moments, but in our opinion, there are better choices for your hard earned money.

Toyota’s new Land Cruiser specs

The Land Cruiser is arguably Toyota’s most celebrated beast car across the world. The Japanese carmakers have always been proud of the SUV which got launched 8 year back and in order to celebrate the auspicious occasion of the birthday of the vehicle, Toyota decided to come up with a mid-cycle upliftment of the Land Cruiser. This has been expected as Toyota officials gave a hint about it earlier and even the rumours among the fan base were quite hot regarding the proposed facelift. And once the rumours proved to be right, the world is gearing up cheerfully to welcome the fresh changes to the super car. The Toyota behemoth will be featuring a number of changes both on the exteriors and the interiors. Let’s take a sharp look at the hard work Toyota has done in order to make this beauty even more desirable as before.

Toyota Land Cruiser 200

The first question arrived in our head was whether the exteriors could be changed in any possible way to make it look more beautiful? And the answer was right there when we took a look at the vehicle. Yes! It is possible to love this vehicle more! On the front, a lot of visuals got changed with the brawny chromed beautiful grille presented itself with horizontal slats. The headlights are better than ever with some flashy modern looks with integrated LEDs to run in the daylight along with the beauty of a lower bumper which in fact receives a strip of the chrome trims and very tiny fog lights. All these massive changes combined provide the car with looks to die for. Other than looking more muscular and sophisticated, the vehicle looks sportier, classier and much more elegant than before. However in the very few markets such as the Middle Eastern, consumers who are ready to exchange the car’s bulk (which will be helpful for the off-roading purposes) with a sportier look will be provided with an option to get the full body kit from the dealerships. Not a bad deal eh!

However on the rear side of the Land Cruiser, not many changes are visible other than the reworked bumper and some fresh looking LED lights. And the rest of the changes made to the exteriors are the availability of two more colour options namely Onyx Blue and Copper Brown, new door handles and some additional designs to the alloy wheels department.

On the inside, the SUV has been made to look much more sophisticated with the addition of world class soft touch material on the cabin and a wireless phone charger- which will only be made available with certain trims. And how can it be reviewed without mentioning the safety features such as the pre collision warning, automatic high beams and the adaptive cruise control. However, a slight downslide is that these premium safety features will be available with extra cost or the top trims of the Land Cruiser.

Two engines powering the car will be a 4.5 litre turbocharged diesel engine and a 4.6 litre V8 gasoline consuming engine.

Mahindra & Mahindra commits whopping Rs. 2,000 crore investment in Tamil Nadu

Homegrown utility vehicle leader, Mahindra & Mahindra has announced about its plans of investing a whopping amount of Rs. 2,000 crore in the state of Tamil Nadu. Moreover, Mahindra & Mahindra has also added by saying that this amount of investment could be doubled by the year 2022.

Mahindra rise new logo

Mahindra Rise New Logo

The Indian car major has said in a statement that Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd is going to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the state Government of Tamil Nadu where the company is committing to invest Rs. 2,000 crore that includes its investments in the company’s R&D center called the Mahindra Research Valley (MRV), a new Test track for MRV as well as an automotive factory in order to cater to the company’s future requirements in the course of the next 5 years’ time.

The company statement further said that Mahindra & Mahindra could also consider increase the currently decided investment amount to a further Rs. 4,000 crore by the year 2022, which will be decided by the company over the coming few years’ time.

The Mahindra Research Valley is located at Mahindra World City in Maraimalai Nagar close to the city of Chennai the capital of Tamil Nadu. The planned test track at MRV as well as the new automotive factory are planned to be set up on around on an area spread over 450 acres of land at Cheyyar close to the famous Kancheepuram.

Mahindra & Mahindra’s company statement further added by saying that the MoU between the company and the state government of Tamil Nadu has also provided the complete details of the package of the incentives that would be proportionate with the level of investment that has been commitment by the company.

Mahindra & Mahindra is expanding its business not only in terms of developing its R&D center or product development, but also in terms of dealership network and product portfolio. Mahindra & Mahindra is preparing big to launch many new models in the Indian car market, while expanding its domain in the international car markets as well.

Mahindra & Mahindra has already launched the all new TUV300 compact SUV model in the Indian car market prior to the Indian festive season this year, while another compact SUV model which has been codenamed so far as the S101 is also expected to land in the domestic car market within this current calendar year named as the XUV100. These new compact SUV models are expected to strengthen the Indian SUV masters positioning in the home market, as the company missed out on the great popularity and profitable factors of the compact SUV segment of India. Now, that the company has a new great looking compact SUV model, while many more new product launches are in the pipeline, Mahindra & Mahindra seems to be all set to boost its market sales considerably, while reinstating its positioning as the utility vehicle manufacturing leader in the domestic market of India.

A detailed look at the new Mahindra TUV300

Mahindra has finally launched the much awaited baby SUV TUV300 in the country. The Indian car major had kindly invited us to test the car though for a very short time. However, we managed to get a fair overall idea of this new compact SUV even in the bare limited time period.

Mahindra TUV300

Here is what we found out about the brand new Mahindra TUV300:

Nevertheless, I tried to push the car through its paces, as well as have an unobtrusive look at the exterior and interior of the TUV300 within the limited time.


Take one look at the new Mahindra TUV300 and it can be easily called a baby Bolero with that patent boxy design. However, it flaunts distinctive design elements which make this mini SUV pretty unique looking.

The Mahindra TUV300 gets a Jeep-inspired toothed front grille with chrome inserts flanked by sweptback headlights with static bending, square shaped fog lamps flanking and a rectangular air intake.

The side profile, of the compact SUV is really amazing, as such a small SUV even with a boxy design does not look awkward or dull and actually manages to look aggressive. The TUV300 is a tall vehicle with a good ground clearance of 184 mm and rides on sturdy 215/75 R15 tyres making it a trusted beaten road vehicle.

The rear design of the vehicle is also good with blackened D-pillar that lends a floating roof stance, attractive vertical tail lights with rather conventional design, a tail gate mounted full size spare wheel and a rear step for easy rear access.

The TUV300 is a proper compact SUV measuring 3,995 mm long, 1835 mm wide, 1839 mm tall while riding on a wheelbase of 2680 mm.


The Mahindra TUV300 gets a neat cabin with good fit and finish, pretty good plastics and black and beige color combination with classy silver accents.

The hexagonal center console gets silver trim bezel and piano black color which houses the HVAC vents and infotainment system in the top trim. The infotainment system gets monochrome display, standard audio controls along with Bluetooth connectivity.

The HVAC (Heating, ventilation and air conditioning) system gets chrome rings and is quite powerful.

Engine & Transmission

Mahindra TUV300 is driven by a 1,493 cc 3 cylinder mHawk turbocharged diesel mill delivering 84 bhp of power at 3,750 rpm and 230 Nm of peak torque at 1,500 – 2,250 rpm. The engine is coupled with a 5 speed manual or a 5 speed AMT gearbox.

Although 84 hp sounds unimpressive, the TUV300 felt pretty powerful during our short test drive.

Fuel Efficiency

The Mahindra TUV300 comes with an ARAI certified mileage of 18.49 km per liter.

Safety Features

Mahindra has packed in the essential safety features of dual airbags and ABS with EBD as an option in the base model.

The Mahindra TUV300 also comes with enhanced structural rigidity.

Price Range

The brand new Mahindra TUV300 has launched with a competitive price range of Rs 6.9 lakh to Rs. 9.12 lakh (all prices ex-Showroom, Pune).