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Mahindra has finally launched its much-awaited sub four metre SUV, the XUV300, in India with prices starting at Rs 7.9 lakh and going up to Rs 12 lakh (both ex-showroom, India). While these are the highest prices in the segment, the XUV300 does come with a lot of kit, right from the base W4 variant to justify the same. Based on the Ssangyong Tivoli platform, the baby XUV boasts of the longest wheelbase in its segment. It is available in a total of four variants: W4, W6, W8 and W8 (O) and six colour schemes, including dual tone options as well.
To the already crowded sub-4 metre SUV segment, the XUV300 brings a plethora of features, including seven airbags, dual-zone climate control, 17-inch alloy wheels, a sunroof and a tyre pressure monitoring system. The XUV300 is offered with a choice of two engines: a 115PS/300Nm 1.5-litre diesel from the Marazzo, and a 110PS/200Nm 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol. Both motors come paired with a 6-speed manual gearbox only. While Mahindra has not offered an automatic variant at launch, expect an AMT version to follow soon. The baby XUV will go up against the likes of top selling Maruti Vitara Brezza, Tata Nexon and the Ford Ecosport in India.
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Mahindra XUV300 Price
Mahindra XUV300 prices start at Rs. 7.90 lakh for petrol and goes upto Rs. 11.64 lakh. The prices of XUV300 diesel variants start at Rs. 8.49 lakh and the top-end diesel is priced at Rs. 12.14 lakh. Mahindra XUV300 is available in 10 variants and 7 colours.
- Petrol (5 Variants)
- Diesel (5 Variants)
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Mahindra XUV300 Mileage
The claimed ARAI mileage for the Mahindra XUV300 petrol is 17 kmpl, and for the Mahindra XUV300 diesel is 20 kmpl.
Editor's View of Mahindra XUV300
Big feature list, comfortable ride quality, torquey diesel engine, safety tech
Average cabin space, small boot, no automatic available, noise/vibration levels (diesel)
Mahindra’s XUV300 is easily the brand’s best sub-4 metre SUV yet. It’s got the style and the substance to make your heart want it, but your head might think otherwise looking at the space on offer.
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Yes, the XUV300 is based on the SsangYong Tivoli. But, every single body panel on the small SUV is brand new. To make the XUV300 duck under the 4-metre mark, Mahindra has chopped nearly 200mm from the overall length of the Tivoli. This does make the rear-third of the car look a bit odd. From the front, the rectangular headlamps, the chrome-studded grille and the daytime running lamps establish an instant connect with big brother XUV500. Features include projector headlamps, machine-finished 17-inch alloy wheels, a dual-tone colour scheme and LED brake lamps.
For all the wow bits on the exterior, you do wish Mahindra had not copy-pasted the dashboard design of the SsangYong Tivoli. The plethora of buttons aren’t easy on the eye, and small bits like the orange backlight for the climate control and the tiny 3.5-inch MID take away from an otherwise plush cabin. In terms of features, the top-spec W8 (O) variant comes loaded to the gills with goodies such as a sunroof, dual-zone climate control, cruise control, configurable lighting for the instrument cluster, a tyre direction monitor and a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and navigation. We do wish the cabin was a bit more spacious, and that the boot was slightly larger as well. As far as safety is concerned, Mahindra is offering dual airbags and ABS with EBD as standard across the range. The top-spec W8 (O) variant additionally gets side and curtain airbags, electronic stability control, traction control, and a tyre pressure monitoring system.
The XUV300 will be offered with two engine options - a 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol engine and a 1.5-litre diesel engine. Notably, only a 6-speed manual transmission will be available with both motors. You’d have to wait at least for a year to get your hands on an XUV300 automatic. The three-cylinder turbo-petrol makes a healthy 110PS and 200Nm. On the other hand, the diesel engine, borrowed from the Marazzo is tuned differently here, making 115PS and 300Nm. We’ve only driven the diesel engine, so far. It’s made for those fast-paced highway cruises and doesn’t mind being chucked hard into corners either. It struggles a bit when the turbo isn’t spooling - read ‘under 1500rpm’ - which makes driving it smoothly in the city a bit of a challenge.
Mahindra will be offering a total of four variants for the XUV300 - W4, W6, W8 and W8 (O). The petrol variants are priced at Rs 7.9 Lakh for the W4, Rs 8.75 Lakh for the W6, Rs 10.25 Lakh for the W8 and Rs 11.44 Lakh for the W8(O). Its only the W8(O) variant which gets the 7 airbags and the electric sunroof. Prices for the diesel start from Rs 8.49 Lakh for the W4, Rs 9.30 Lakh for the W6, Rs 10.80 Lakh for the W8 and Rs 12 Lakh for the W8(O).
While these prices are on the higher side as compared to the rivals like the Maruti-Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Tata Nexon and the Ford EcoSport (even with their automatic variants), the Mahindra XUV300 does come with a long list of segment first features and a pretty feature-loaded base variant as well to justify the same.
Maruti Vitara Brezza: The Brezza ticks the basics of punch, practicality and peace of mind. If you can bear the ridiculously long waiting periods, you’ll end up with a compact-SUV that won’t let you complain. But, in all probability, so will everybody else.
Ford EcoSport: The EcoSport is back with a vengeance. It looks like a small SUV (and not a big hatch), packs in a healthy amount of kit right from the base variant and has potent motors under the hood. And it’s got tons of swag too. Deal?
Honda WR-V: There’s more to the WR-V than being a Jazz on steroids. While it retains the hatchback’s basics of space and functionality, it brings in the added advantage of a high ground clearance. It also gets a sunroof. Doesn’t everyone want a sunroof in their lives?
Tata Nexon: Among the best vehicles to roll out of a Tata factory, the Nexon comes very close to acing the compact-SUV game. The funky styling, big 350-litre boot and some segment-firsts like an activity key make it a formidable force in the segment.
The baby XUV gets a whole lot of things right. It’s a head turner, is loaded and drives well too. If you can make peace with the cabin space, the XUV300 makes a strong case for itself.
Mahindra XUV300 News
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Mahindra XUV300 User Reviews
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XUV300 IS A FAMILY CAR, I LIKE IT.Uses this car for : Family Car
Gets mileage of : 17 kmpl
Good Feeling and impressing carUses this car for : Daily Commute
Gets mileage of : 18 kmpl
Good car, comfortable ride and good handling. The steering is amazing just expected better mileage figuresUses this car for : Daily Commute
Gets mileage of : 11 kmpl
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