Toyota Innova vs Mahindra Xylo vs Nissan Evalia : Comparison
The extremely competitive MPV segment throws up a veritable feast of choices. We pit the Xylo, the Evalia and the Innova against each other to see who comes out on top as the king of MPVs
Power, Price & fuel efficiency:
The 2.5 litre mEagle engine used in the Xylo gives out 113.56 PS of power and 260 Nm of torque, making it the most powerful car on this list, the Innova’s 2.5 litre D-4D engine on the other hand provides 102 PS of power and 200 Nm of torque. Coming in last in terms of power is the Evalia with a 1.5 Litre DCi which provides a relatively paltry 86PS of power, but the same amount of torque as the Innova – 200Nm.
In terms of cost, the Evalia just edges it with prices ranging between Rs 8.49 lakh and 9.99 lakh. The Xylo comes in at a close second spot with the minimum and maximum prices set at Rs 7.54 and 10.54 lakh respectively. The Innova comes in at a distant third in this respect, and can range between Rs 9.78 Lakh and 13.89 Lakh. (All prices are ex-showroom Delhi).
The expensive price of the Innova will help save some money in terms of fuel though, as the Innova is the most economical of the lot with an overall mileage of 13.6kmpl. The second most fuel efficient is the Evalia which gives 12.8 kmpl overall. The Xylo at 9.75kmpl overall is the clear loser in this category.
Depending on your MPV requirements, either one of these three will make for the perfect choice, but there’s no doubting the fact that they are the pick of the bunch and bring their own brand of individualistic and unique traits to the table. So if style, features and power are what you most seek then the Xylo will make for a good fit, but if ride comfort, fuel efficiency and handling are your primary concern, then the Innova might be the wiser investment, and the Evalia makes perfect sense if you want a car that contains the best of both worlds and looks don’t rank that highly in your list of requirements. Whatever you pick those long drives with family and friends will be a whole new experience if you’re behind the wheel of any of these three cars.
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