Mahindra KUV100 NXT

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Mahindra KUV100 NXT Latest Updates

Latest update: The BS6 Mahindra KUV100 has been spied testing. The spied test mule was the fleet-oriented Trip variant equipped with CNG. In the BS6 era, the Mahindra KUV100 is likely to be a petrol-only model for private buyers.

According to Mahindra's future plan to shift to BS6 engines, the 1.2-litre diesel engine in the KUV100 NXT will not be updated to meet the BS6 norms. Mahindra has made it clear that updating this engine will come at a cost and with the increase in price, the KUV100 NXT will be at a price disadvantage amongst its rivals.

Mahindra may call the KUV100 a ‘micro SUV’ but you and I know it’s not much more than a hopped up hatchback. With the NXT, the formula has been tweaked a bit in a bid to make it more appealing. Additions include a new front grille and bumper, new alloy wheels and clear-lens tail lamps. The interiors now feature an all-black colour scheme and get a new 7-inch touchscreen. Mahindra has also done away with a couple of dials on the dashboard to reduce the clutter. Most importantly, the 5-seater variant of the KUV100 NXT is now available on a made-to-order basis, while the 6-seater layout is offered as standard.

Mahindra KUV100 NXT Price

The price of Mahindra KUV100 NXT starts at Rs. 6.05 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 7.71 Lakh. The price of petrol variant of KUV100 NXT ranges between Rs. 6.05 Lakh to Rs. 7.71 Lakh. Mahindra KUV100 NXT is available in 4 variants and 7 different colours.

KUV100 NXT Specifications

No changes in this department, at least for now! Both engines - the 1.2-litre mFalcon D80 petrol and the 1.2-litre mFalcon D75 diesel - and the 5-speed manual transmission remain unaltered. Whereas the petrol engine pumps out 83PS/115Nm, the diesel-fed mill is rated at 78PS/190Nm. Mahindra has confirmed that it is working on an all-electric KUV100, which is expected to be launched in 2019. However, we should also expect the variant list to go up a lot sooner than that with the introduction of an AMT (automated manual transmission) unit in 2018. Mileage figures haven’t been officially revealed. Even with the new calculation methods for fuel efficiency, they shouldn’t be very different when compared to its predecessor.

Mahindra KUV100 NXT Variants

With each engine, there are six variants on offer. The nomenclature reads - K2, K2+, K4, K4+, K6+, K8 and K8 Dual Tone. The K2 and K2+ variants are offered with a six-seat layout as standard. The others can be had with either five or six seats. If you are considering buying the KUV100, you should start thinking from the K4+ and just gloss over the cheaper ones. From the K4+ variant and above, you at least get basic safety features such as dual airbags and ABS. But if you want the funky dual-tone treatment, only the range-topping K8 will satisfy you.

KUV100 NXT Features

To ensure that the KUV100 NXT lasts longer than the original recipe, in other words more than 21 months, Mahindra has given its most affordable offering a more mature makeover. At the front, the redesigned bumper is accompanied by a bigger, sportier skid plate, the grille gets sharper chrome slats and is flanked by dual-barrel headlamps. The sides profile receives more prominent plastic cladding and the roof rails get their own subtle tweaks in styling. The alloy wheels have been to the beauty salon too and now flaunt a new look. The character lines at the sides and the rear of the hatch have been toned down a bit as well. Even the rear styling has been changed with a restyled bumper, which incorporates a faux silver skid plate, and clear-lens tail lamps with different internal graphics. Simply put, no matter how hard you try, you won’t be able to second Mahindra’s take on it being a ‘compact SUV’.

The cabin was always on the practical side for living and nonliving things. To match the competition though, Mahindra has equipped the KUV100 NXT with a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system which boasts built-in navigation and has the support for the company’s Bluesense and Intellipark technologies. The added convenience of follow-me-home and lead-me-to-vehicle headlamps come in handy too. On the dash, the old-school controls for the AC have been replaced by an electronic temperature control panel. With the facelift, the KUV100 NXT also gained Mahindra’s voice alert system and a gear shift indicator in the instrument cluster. The interior upholstery, including the seat covers, is all black for a sporty vibe. ABS comes as standard on all variants, whereas dual airbags are missing on the base K2 variant. The real downer is the absence of Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, which most of its direct rivals have on offer.

Mahindra KUV100 NXT Competitors

Hyundai Grand i10: The mid-sized hatchback from Hyundai has been given a refresh. The Grand i10 offers a premium interior feel, efficient but peppy diesel engine, fun-to-drive characteristics and class-leading interior space without burning a hole in your pocket.

Ford Figo : Among the most value-for-money hatchbacks you can buy right now, it aces the core essentials of features, space and efficiency. Did we mention the diesel is super fun to drive?

Maruti Ignis : It may be quirky, but it’s super fun. It’s got space, is comfortable and is the only one in the segment to offer an automatic transmission paired with a petrol and a diesel engine. It’s not the most affordable, but it’s definitely the most unique.

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Editor's View of Mahindra KUV100 NXT

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  • Our Verdict

    The Mahindra KUV 100 looks stunning, while offering an SUV-like stance within the dimensions of a hatchback. With 1.2-litre petrol and diesel engines it offers decent performance and hatchback-like efficiency, making it an interesting proposition for someone wanting a good looking affordable SUV.

KUV100 NXT Detailed Review

Just last year, we were introduced to the quirky but strangely charming KUV100 by Mahindra. An effort to bridge the gap between a compact hatchback and an SUV, this sub-four-metre crossover offers more contemporary styling and urban appeal compared to the company’s larger offerings, the TUV300 or the NuvoSport. However, the little KUV despite its SUV-esque footing hasn’t really got its rivals like the Maruti Swift or the Hyundai Grand i10 worried. Can this refreshed, well short of an usual facelift lifecycle, up the KUV100’s game to the NXT level?

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Mighty mouse

While most of the design is unchanged, the Mahindra KUV100 NXT has some immediately noticeable changes. The clamshell bonnet isn’t any different from its predecessor, but the headlights, while retaining their basic shape, now feature twin pods, with restyled indicators and DRLs. The front bumper design has been updated to feature a more distinctive air dam, with the reshaped fog-lights getting body colour surrounds. Even the slender nose grille gets more distinct chrome inserts and at the bottom of the bumper, there’s a well defined silver skid plate. Also Read - KUV100 NXT Vs Grand i10 Vs Ignis: Spec Comparison

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A large silver skid plate can also be found around the back, with a redesigned rear bumper that carries over the styling sensibilities of the front bumper. Extending from the roof is a new, integrated spoiler with what the company calls ‘Aero Corners’ - basically Mahindra-speak for the extended spoiler integrating smoothly down the tailgate. The tailgate too has seen a bit of a redesign, with a new crease running across the back that adds a bit more bulk. Just like with the headlights, the overall shape of the tail lights has been carried over as has their twin-pod layout. However, they get a clear-lens cover that adds a sharp touch of modernity.

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Viewed bang-on from the side, the squarish, black plastic-clad wheel arches house new 15-inch dual-tone diamond-cut alloys. If you ask me, even though they’re a far sight better than the smaller 14-inch wheels that debuted on the original KUV100, these 15-inchers still look a bit disproportionate in the car’s profile, especially considering the extra musculature added by the new character line running across the bottom part of the doors. An extra bit of pizzaz that’s noticeable from the side, as well as the front actually, are turn indicators integrated into the new, electrically-operated, power-folding ORVMs.

Generally speaking, while the styling formula hasn’t changed in the grander scheme of things, the KUV100 does look more attractive than before. And in the two-tone paint scheme of our test car, with its black roof, as well as A, B and C pillars, it even felt a bit evocative of the Range Rover Evoque from certain angles. Also Read - Mahindra To Launch KUV100 NXT Electric In 2019

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Step into my parlour

The raft of design refinements continues on the inside of the KUV as well. Layout-wise, the dashboard will feel instantly familiar to anyone who’s driven the earlier car; however, the lighter colour plastics and fabrics around the interiors have made way from a much darker theme. Honestly, I think the KUV looks all the better for it, and while the plastics in use are far from soft-touch, the textures in play, especially on top of the dash, do lend it a modicum of premiumness.

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The most apparent change is the addition of a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, available in both the mid and top variants. While it’s been borrowed from other contemporary Mahindra SUVs, it’s a welcome addition to the cabin. The infotainment experience is quite good, with a host of connectivity options including Bluetooth, USB and aux, all controlled through a touch interface that’s intuitive, extremely responsive and fairly legible even in harsh sunlight. And it even gets a full-fledged built-in navigation system. Also Read - Mahindra KUV100 NXT Launched At Rs 4.39 lakh

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I wouldn’t particularly like to pick nits here, but in this day and age, I believe Apple CarPlay and Android Auto should’ve been included as well. This screen also features a new driver information display that can show mileage data, range to empty and even visual feedback from the parking sensors. You don’t get a reverse parking camera, even in the top-spec car, although Mahindra tells us that the system is fully compatible with one and it can be easily installed at dealer level as an accessory.

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Right below the new infotainment system are new air-conditioning controls. No climate control here, but the controls feel much improved and easier to use, and the new air-con system is completely electronic, which Mahindra says has gone a long way in reducing the dashboard’s wiring complexity. I would like to mention that the top-spec K8 variant we were driving featured a remote opening tailgate that can be triggered only using the button on the key fob, with no apparent mechanical failsafe - a strange choice if you ask me. The rest of the cockpit pretty much follows what we’ve seen before and there are no surprises here.

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Space: Above and beyond

Just like before, you can get the KUV100 in either a 5- or 6-seat configuration. We drove the 6-seat option that gets a bench for the front seat, although the driver’s seat is individually adjustable. Of course, you can seat three in the front only in a technical sense, and anyone but the tiniest of occupants will have trouble fitting their knees behind the dash-mounted gear stick.

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Thankfully, the middle seat can be flipped down to create a massive centre armrest for the driver and passenger and it even even gets a couple of cup holders. The NXT carries on the KUV’s tradition of offering interesting storage spaces, with a box that can be accessed by flipping the passenger seat up, and an under-floor space near the feet of the rear passengers.

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The glovebox too is surprisingly wide, able to accommodate a decent amount of stuff and gets a cooling function in the top-end model. Overall, seating space in the KUV100 is great, with ample amounts of knee, leg and headroom for all occupants. The seats themselves are quite comfortable, and ever under-thigh support all around is fairly decent. The driving position, though, is quite upright, like that of an SUV, so it gives you a commanding view of the road ahead.

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Proof of the pudding

The KUV100 is offered in the same choice of 1.2-litre petrol and diesel motors that we’ve seen before. We drove the three-cylinder diesel engine-equipped car and performance from the 78PS/190Nm unit is unchanged. It doesn’t feel particularly powerful, but has a decent amount of bottom pull, with its peak torque kicking in from 1,750rpm onwards. The top two K6+ and K8 trim levels also offer Mahindra’s micro-hybrid technology, which is the company’s terminology for an automatic start-stop system. In the diesel-engined KUV, these two variants along with the K4+ variant also gets the power/eco button. In ‘power’ mode, the motor feels quick to respond, while the mileage-conscious ‘eco’ mode dulls down throttle response and should feel right at home while driving in bumper-to-bumper city traffic. Also Read - Mahindra e2oPlus: First Drive Review

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Mahindra says that they’ve added new silent engine mounts to improve NVH levels in this KUV100 NXT. For the most part, I’d say they work well in the diesel variant we drove, isolating a fair amount of vibrations from the cabin. However, that doesn’t detract from the slightly annoying level of engine noise that still manages to creep into the cabin.

Mahindra KUV100 NXT

With no mechanical changes to the monocoque structure or suspension either, ride and handling remains at what we’ve come to expect from this little crossover. The tall design means that there is a bit of body roll when you pitch it into corners, but it does manage to remain confident and under control if you get a bit aggressive with the steering. Suspension setup is still on the softer side, so it should still be able to handle real world roads quite well. On the whole, it pretty much feels like a tall hatchback to drive and that’s a real plus point for those who might feel intimidated with the notion of getting behind the wheel of an SUV.

Mahindra KUV100 NXT

Safety first

This is one area where we can wholeheartedly say that Mahindra has done an excellent job. Just like the earlier car, ABS and EBD come as standard across all the variants. However, this time around, even dual front airbags are included on all trim levels except the base K2 model, which still gets them as an option though.

Mahindra KUV100 NXT

Sweet deal

For this NXT update, Mahindra has revamped the trim nomenclature. The base K2 diesel starts at Rs 5.39 lakh ex-showroom Mumbai, moving on to Rs 7.33 lakh for the top-spec K8 diesel. What is really commendable is that prices for the K2, K2+ and K4+ models have actually gone down despite offering more features, while those for the K6+ and K8 have gone up only marginally.

Mahindra KUV100 NXT

The KUV100 is far from Mahindra’s most popular model. However, it’s quite a cute looking little thing that drives reasonably well, and even manages to undercut quite a few mid-level hatchbacks in terms of pricing. Not bad considering the amount of SUV-feel the car offers, if not actual SUV ability. And with the host of enhancements it now offers across the board, the KUV100 is certainly looking more interesting than ever before.

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KUV100 NXT User Reviews

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  • 4.0

    I have been using my kuv100 k6 5 seater since 2016 march.Even after 7 hours of continuous long drive, We don't feel any tiredness.The space between two seats in front and the leg space are my comfortable zones.

  • 3.7

    Until first free service no problem in car.After each service we had a new problem wanted created by service center.

  • 4.3

    6 seater is a big advantage but boot space is less performance speed off road on road is good best compact suv

  • 4.7

    This car in my opinion is one of the best for less money.It has everything you need.It is very comfortable and smooth for long journeys.

  • 2.3

    My rating will go down if the number of year increases.This car seems to be an below average symbol to other manufacturers not to follow.

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  • 3.3

    Kuv100 car is good but it is noisy.Comfortable car.There are lot of manufacturing and usability mistakes.Car mirror is for seeing the backside vehicle.But the center back light is disturbing a lot.You can't see the backside vehicle properly.Since the height of the car is too high.You can't get the visibility of left hand side corner unless you keep the bumper in the front.You can't see the ground or car back tyre unless you have extra mirror.The fronr seat is having space and back seat is having less space.Very very difficult for getting in and getting out for people who are sitting back side too much of heat in the seat in the back seat it is because of too much of smoke.Maintenance cost is very very high and the dealer always says that no stock and no replacement even though you have shield warranty.13 kmph is the mileage you will get for diesel.It can travel at the speed of 140 km and has good braking system.Good bluetooth sense app to control the sound system and very music system.

  • 5.0

    Superb compact suv 👍 i m very happy with my car.... According to me..... In 8 lakhs budget kuv 100 nxt is a best car in this budget..... Definitely go for it..... Guys..... I have this car also..... I am a real owner of this car.... And sharing my experience.... With u..... 🤗 It's a best SUV.... And have excellent space, excellent power, and have very bulky and wonderful look ..... Noone car's under 8 to 9lakhs budget..... Can compare with this SUV..... Mahindra's one of the best product.....🤗 Well-done Mahindra ❤️ I bought this car on 20 Feb and really guys..... Nowadays I feel proud with my kuv 💯 nxt..... So.... Guys take a test drive.... And then go for it.....🙏 Betted then its competitors breeza, nexon etc...

  • 3.0

    Comfortable ride NXT 8 Diesel best power at 192N !AVG fuel NOT what Mahindra claim!Had to Tightened wheelsReplace brake cylinder Wipers shoddy Paint poor quality and chippingWind noise unbearable Windscreen must up when using heater function,never had this in a car beforeNavigation system, no updates and outdated and not user friendly.The clock! Moves all over or disappear due to other functionsNo basic temperature or other computerised feedback such add more basic cars do.All and all I only really enjoyed reasonable seating and the great power but both product and service overrated at the price.

  • 4.7

    I bought Mahindra KUV100 K8 6 seater petrol (not the latest kuv100 nxt) in JUNE 2016. It is a perfect family car. I have used it for four years, and it has not never disappointed me in any aspect except mileage (that too when I compare with swift). It is comfortable to be in, it can fit more people than any of it's near competitors can. Interiors are very good for the budget. Engine is good, AC is very good, Mahindra service is very good. I don't see any drawbacks in this car. I just love it. The way it looks, the way it feels like, Wow! I love my KUV100

  • 4.7

    Mahindra kuv 100 is very much capable of doing off-road. AC is the best one I have ever seen.Because of 3 cylinders cabin is little vibrating & noisy. But the performance of the vehicle is very good.Space inside the car is very good 😊I bought it in January 2017 & put the CNG in it within the 2000km from after market. Till today on August 12, 2020I have run it over 1,15,000 kms without any engine work.I love that car. I met an accident at 38000 kms although till now there is no issue,& it's built quality saved me completely. Thanks Mahindra 😊

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KUV100 NXT Colours

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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying KUV100 NXT

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Q. Available in diesel fuel type?
  • Mahindra KUV100 NXT is only available with Petrol fuel type.
Q. Mahindra KUV100 NXT G80 K4 Plus 6Str, (Petrol) vs. Nissan Magnite XL, (Petrol) vs.Renault Kiger RXT (Petrol)I've shortlisted on these three. What would you suggest?
  • Selecting between the Nissan Magnite, Mahindra KUV100 NXT and Renault Kiger would depend on certain factors such as your budget, preference of the segment, features required, usage of the car, cabin space, powertrain options, etc. The Nissan Magnite has a lot of potential as a family car. It’s spacious, practical, well loaded, and considering its aggressive pricing, will be a strong alternative to the low-mid range variants of its popular competitors. If you are looking for a budget SUV with a spacious cabin, decent feature list, and an engine that can make city commutes enjoyable then the Nissan Magnite would be an ideal pick. If we talk about Renault Kiger, a practical and balanced family car with just the right amount of frills. An affordable, yet, sensible way to enter the world of mini SUVs. If you are looking for a properly spacious, family-friendly, rough road-loving, and peppy sub-4 meter SUV at an affordable price tag, then the Renault Kiger will feel like quite a complete SUV to you. On the other hand, the Mahindra KUV 100 looks stunning, while offering an SUV-like stance within the dimensions of a hatchback. With 1.2-litre petrol and diesel engines, it offers decent performance and hatchback-like efficiency, making it an interesting proposition for someone wanting a good looking affordable SUV. Moreover, we would suggest you take a test drive for a better understanding of performance and comfort. Click on the link and select your desired city for dealership.
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Q. What about engine noise in Mahindra KUV100 NXT?
  • My car NXT KUV 100 is petrol and its the second day when I purchased the car but I feel its vibrates a bit. Is it because its new
  • NXT K8 you hear the diesel and coming from fuel driven that take getting used to but not bad inside cab. wind noise worse than engin. then it is only 1.2 engine
  • If you buy a petrol version there will be a little bit of noise and the diesel version will have no noise
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Q. What are the problems with KUV
  • After sales service is the worst of mahindra. I am facing the trouble since the day i bought this car. there was a sound of Thak Thak in the car, Mahindra took two days to check this sound and what they found is was surprisingly shocking for me. Mahindra team revealed that the some packing material have not been removed while assembling the car parts in the factory and the strip therein was making this noise and sound. Next in the row, my horn stops working, i went to the service centre (Indraprastha Wazirpur) my whole day got wasted and somehow they managed to repair the horn, while driving back to home from service centre which approx 8 to 10 kms away from my home, my horn stops working again. then on my complaint the mahindra team asked me to bring the car back but i forced them to come to my home and get this sorted. how can one go again and again to their service centre for the same problem. I asked them to replace my horn as the car being into warranty but they again repaired the same horn. Now my power window has stopped working. i dnt know if i have bought a car or a bundle of problems.................................
  • Car is be good but service is worst for third free service we visited the dealer we had no complaints and went only for free service but they had stolen my battery,replaced it with old leached battery, engine mount assembly was replaced with old rusted one we made complaints to toll free No but again & again they ask us to describe from first but no use.We contacted through email no response don't know what to do.
  • If this is going to be your first car choose some other vehicle. Every thing looks good for six month after that issues will start from pickup, mileage, suspension, noisy room. Even though facelift was done in this car, it doesn't feels and looks like good one.
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Q. What is the crash test rating for KUV100 NXT?
  • As of now, the Mahindra KUV100 NXT hasn't been tested for the crash. Stay hooked with ZigWheels for further updates.
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What is the price of Mahindra KUV100 NXT Top Variant?

The ex-showroom price of top variant of Mahindra KUV100 NXT is 7.71 Lakh (Delhi).

What is the mileage of Mahindra KUV100 NXT?

The ARAI claimed mileage of Mahindra KUV100 NXT is 18.15 Kmpl. Also check User Reported Mileage of KUV100 NXT.

What is the EMI of Mahindra KUV100 NXT in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Mahindra KUV100 NXT in Delhi is Rs. 11,719 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.

What are the top competitors of Mahindra KUV100 NXT?

The top 3 competitors of Mahindra KUV100 NXT are Maruti Celerio.

What is the boot space in Mahindra KUV100 NXT?

The boot space in Mahindra KUV100 NXT is 243 L. View full specification of KUV100 NXT

What is the ground clearance of Mahindra KUV100 NXT?

The ground clearance of Mahindra KUV100 NXT is 170 mm.

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