Mahindra Cars

Indian car maker Mahindra also known as the SUV maker of India predominantly manufactures SUVs. With some cult cars like the Bolero, Scorpio and the XUV5OO, Mahindra cars have a huge fanbase in India. In the latest news, the car maker has launched an Adventure edition of Thar in the South African market.

Mahindra Car Price

Mahindra cars price starts at Rs. 4.88 lakh for the cheapest car KUV100 NXT and goes up to Rs. 30.70 lakh for the top model Mahindra Alturas G4. Mahindra offers 16 new car models in India. Scorpio (Rs. 10.00 lakh), XUV300 (Rs. 8.10 lakh) and XUV500 (Rs. 12.31 lakh) are among the popular cars from Mahindra. In the year 2019/2020, Mahindra is going to launch 7 new models in India. Select a Mahindra car to know the latest offers in your city, prices, variants, specifications, pictures, mileage and reviews.

Mahindra Car Models in India

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Mahindra User Reviews

  • Scorpio
    520 ratings

    The car I own is a 2.2 mHawk VLX Scorpio Makes 124HP and 290NM of Torque the highlight is that it"s an AT 6-Speed Borg Warner AT gearbox city Fuel economy 11KMPL highway fuel economy is 14KMPL and can be pushed up to 18 with Economic and conservative driving Adequate comfort and ample space Being a 7 seater the the last row isn"t meant for any person above 5"4 Love the audio Quality from the Stock Audio system which also has Bluetooth connectivity and a Mic for calls (Mahindra Radio)however I got a couple of Tweeters and speakers for an even better experienceThe top speed I reached is 176KMH while 0-100 takes 14s considering the fact that it"s a pretty Heavy AT SUV the timings impressiveIt feels even quicker while driving it It"s height is both a con and a pro as it"s height gives you that commanding feel and Safe over bumps potholes even with all 7 in place the height makes it a mission for older people to get in and get out The suspension is on the softer side Good over bumps but sometimes the ride feels on the Jerkier side (only in City)

    JNithish 3 months ago
    Scorpio User Reviews
  • XUV300
    130 ratings
    XUV 300

    If you can't afford compact SUV like Creta, seltos or hector. XUV 300 is the best alternative, it has great amount of legroom, really comfortable seats, powerful turbo charged engine and ease of driving. Ideal vehicle for daily commute if you don't mind spending cash on fuel

    Arun 4 weeks ago
    XUV 300 User Reviews
  • XUV500
    428 ratings

    The XUV500 is a full-fledged 7 seater SUV that has been a trendsetter ever since its launch in 2011 & is one of India’s most awarded SUVs. It is packed with hi-tech features that are not available in vehicles even double its price.The Plush New XUV500 offers you an unmatched package of head-turning looks, luxurious interiors, thrilling performance and best-in-class technology features.Its new stylish exteriors come with features like a bold new front grille, an all-new tailgate with split tail-lamps, stunning new LED DRLs, larger new 18” diamond-cut alloy wheels and more.Equally impressive on the inside, the Plush New XUV500 comes with new luxurious quilted tan leather seats and a new soft touch, leather-wrapped dashboard & door trims with premium stitch lines, making the cabin extremely luxurious.The 2.2 litre mhawk diesel engine is now more powerful & delivers an impressive 155 HP power and 360 Nm torque providing a peppier driving experience.The Plush New XUV500 offers the widest range of Automatics - available in 5 variants –W7, W9 W11 , W11 Optional and W11 Optional AWD

    Mahindra 1 year ago
    XUV500 User Reviews
  • Thar
    109 ratings

    You love it and hate it at the same time. Hate it coz mahindra service is rubbish. Their equipment are always broken. The body work is rubbish. But the thar gives you more pleasure then your wife. After you drive this other cars feel like small toy cars.. I love my thar not mahindra.

    Simon 11 months ago
    Thar User Reviews
  • TUV 300
    57 ratings

    I love this car to bits. It is the solution to our corrupt political machinery. Our roads are really bad and you really need a Tank to tame them. The TUV 300 is the solution! It glides over bad roads at high speeds while others baby their rides on those same stretches. The only dislikes I have are with the limited highway performance due to the short gearing of the 5th gear.

    Jagannathan 2 months ago
    TUV300 User Reviews
  • e2oPlus
    11 ratings

    very economical just 75 paise per KM. I commute around 70 kms everyday. I just spend less than rs. 70 per day. zero maintenance cost. with petrol car I have to spend more than rs. 500 per day. I purchased this car for 7 lakhs. petrol car with same features like power steering auto gear cost nearly the same for ex. maruti celerio. After 5 years petrol car will sell at 2 lakhs or less. Assume that this car price also would be the same. But with electric car I would have saved a petrol bill of 6 lakhs plus. car waranty including battery is for 3 years and I spent just 27000/- for additional 2 years warranty. so no fear of huge maintenance cost for 5 years. with all this is great economy and silent driving is superb. Car can be controlled precisely and it has features like hill hold and creepy features which helps to manage car with ease in bumper to bumper traffic. Excellent car .

    Nr 8 months ago
    e2oPlus User Reviews
  • Marazzo
    85 ratings

    After lots of speculation and apprehension finally we bought our 2nd family car, A marazzo M8. After driving 1000 km in the first week ; now i share my view on this car. My requirement was a 7 seater good car in a decent price . Innova is good, but was out of budget for me. I had to decide among Ertiga, Lodgy, marazzo, BRV and lower variant of Hexa. Marazzo was chosen after a lot of R & R . It proved to be Superb sedan comfort in a MPV at a reasonable price. The ride quality is really very good. Driving is superb , easy steering, light pedals,easy visibility. Gear Transmission is smooth and braking response is very gently precise. I did not have to worry for the path holes or speed breaker , because suspension is the best in class I have ever driven.Regarding engine power: it generated so much power that it glided my fully loaded(7 adults) ahead of crystas ,XUV 500 etc on the highway. Look is definitely a personal choice. But with practicability of cornering lights,infotainment screen, good supporting seats... I will say Marazzo gave me the best value of my hard earn money.I am impressed with this crafted piece of good automobile engineering.Experience after 8 months(19000km): my experience and view remains same about Marazzo. Each time I drive this car , m actually impressed with the responsiveness of this car. After completing many family outings with this companion, I can say that I purchased a great value car.

    Anjan 11 months ago
    Marazzo User Reviews
  • Bolero Power Plus
    79 ratings
    Bolero Power Plus

    This New Bolero comes from the proven Bolero platform - India’s No. 1 selling SUV 10 years in a row with more than 9 lakh vehicles on road. It is called the New Bolero Power+It is powered by the reliable mHAWKD70 engine which is efficient, has low NVH and comes from the proven mHAWK family of engines powering Scorpio & XUV500. The new Bolero Power+ with the mHAWKD70 engine is more powerful and more peppy! It delivers 70 BHP power which is 13% higher than the existing Bolero with 195Nm torque.The new Bolero Power+ with mHAWKD70 engine offers a good mileage of 16.5 km per litre considering it is a proper chassis based SUV.The new Bolero Power+ is more maneuverable so that you can weave in and out of traffic and narrow lanes without any effort.

    Mahindra 1 year ago
    Bolero Power Plus User Reviews
  • KUV100 NXT
    135 ratings
    KUV100 NXT

    The next generation KUV1OO NXT which comes with 40 new features & enhancements.The new KUV100 NXT comes with a new aggressive SUV design with a bold new grille, new muscular bumpers, flared wheel arches, muscular body lines & door cladding for that macho look.It is now more hi-tech with new features like 7” Touchscreen Infotainment with Navigation, Electronic Temperature Control and Rear Parking Sensors. It offers a quieter, more refined & peppy drive with the mFalcon petrol & diesel engines.You get more style with new 15” diamond cut alloy wheels, trendy double barrel clear lens tail lamps & powered ORVMs with integrated turn indicators.Even the interiors are more premium with a sporty black theme & new seat upholstery. The new KUV100 NXT boasts of a solid SUV build that can take on rough roads with ease and comes with standard safety features like ABS & dual airbags (K2+ onwards).That’s not all, this is the only vehicle at this price point which can seat 6 people comfortably with amazing space and comfort

    Mahindra 1 year ago
    KUV100 NXT User Reviews
  • Xylo
    114 ratings

    It's not a Xylo, it's a Genius. Xylo engine's a pickup we use for the cement transport. It's a very comfortable vehicle. And we are very happy. The service charge is a bit high. And the service in Goa is not do quick. So we do face the problem. But it is ok they do a good job. So overall it is fine..

    Rajesh 9 months ago
    Xylo User Reviews
  • Alturas G4
    27 ratings
    Alturas G4

    The drive quality is amazing compared to other SUVs in the range. It gets the best safety features in the segment which is actually very important. The list of features is long and material used and finish of the Car is great. It beats the fortuner on all fronts. It"s just that fortuner is a safe bet , but one should surely take a test drive of this car and access accordingly.

    Anshuman 5 months ago
    Alturas G4 User Reviews
  • TUV 300 Plus
    26 ratings
    TUV 300 Plus

    Chose this instead of the popular Bolero. Was looking at a 9 seater with a little more finesse. On the upside it has the full Scorpio 2.2 MHawk engine. Very decent looks. The 9 seater actually looks far better than the 7 seaters imho. Suspension is hard and better for greater loads. This is a great vehicle for tour and travel operators. Overall Value for money. On the downside it lacks comfort and refinement - as say compared to a Creta. But then at that price it"s 👍.

    Prabhu 7 months ago
    TUV 300 Plus User Reviews
  • Verito Vibe
    9 ratings
    Verito Vibe

    Most underrated car. People looking for safety sturdy and performance oriented would love this car

    Srujana 2 months ago
    Verito Vibe User Reviews
  • Verito
    39 ratings

    Driving it for last 8 years and still Loving it. Never felt unsafe in this car. Sticks to the ground at all speed. Never given any trouble ever. However now feel the need they should focus and ensure safety features such as airbags mandatory for all vehicles.Done 1.4 lakhs KMs and still going strong. The only reason I am planning to get a new car is the parts are not easily available with dealer workshops and Everytime they say they need to procure it from the company. Gives me a feeling the car is not much in use and so dealer workshops do not invest in their parts.I get approx 20 kmpl when travelling to Navi Mumbai and 15-16 when travelling in city (Mumbai). This is after 1.4 lakh KMs and 8 years of constant driving. This vehicle is only for those want a solid car for daily commute and are ok with less features and gimmick.

    Nimit 6 months ago
    Verito User Reviews

Mahindra Cars Expert Reviews

  • 2019 Mahindra XUV300 AMT: First Drive Review
    2019 Mahindra XUV300 AMT: First Drive Review

    With the addition of the AMT gearbox, the XUV300 now offers more convenience but has it come at the cost its fun to drive character?

    Jun 18, 2019
  • XUV300 Vs EcoSport Vs Nexon: Sub-4 Meter Petrol SUVs Compared
    XUV300 Vs EcoSport Vs Nexon: Sub-4 Meter Petrol SUVs Compared

    Mahindra of late has pleasantly surprised us in the last couple of comparisons we’ve run, first with the Marazzo and then with the Alturas G4. This time around we have the petrol-powered XUV300 pitched against its nearest rivals. Can the Mahindra manage to better Ford’s EcoSport and Tata’s Nexon in this round?

    Apr 17, 2019
  • Mahindra XUV300 Review: First Drive
    Mahindra XUV300 Review: First Drive

    Mahindra’s umpteenth attempt at the sub-4 metre SUV segment is easily its best yet

    Feb 6, 2019

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