Mahindra XUV300 is a 5 seater SUV car available at a price range of Rs. 7.95 Lakh to 12.30 Lakh in India. It is available in 14 variants and 7 colours. Mahindra XUV300 comes with BS6 compliant petrol and diesel engine options. The XUV 300 has a boot space of 259 litres while it's ground clearance is 180 mm. The petrol engine of XUV 300 is a 1197cc unit which generates a power of 108.6bhp and a torque of 200nm. The 1497cc diesel engine of XUV 300 puts out 115bhp of power and 300nm of torque. The XUV 300 is available in 2 transmission options: manual and automatic. The mileage of XUV 300 ranges from 17 Kmpl on petrol to 20 Kmpl on diesel.
Mahindra XUV300 Latest Updates
Prices for the XUV300 have been slashed by up to Rs 87,000 for the petrol variants and by up to Rs 39,000 for the diesel version. However, prices for the first three diesel variants have been hiked by up to Rs 20,000. The price cut comes right before the launch of the Kia Sonet. Mahindra has also silently introduced a dual-tone option for the W8 (O) diesel variant.
Mahindra XUV300 Price
The Mahindra XUV300 is offered in four variants: W4, W6, W8, and W8(O). While the petrol engine is manual transmission-only, the diesel offers an AMT automatic gearbox in the W6, W8, and W8(O) trim levels.
Mahindra XUV300 Competitors
The Mahindra XUV300 rivals the Hyundai Venue, Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Tata Nexon, and the Ford EcoSport.
Mahindra XUV300 Summary
|Engine :||1197 - 1497 CC|
|Emission Norm Compliance :||BS VI|
|Mileage :||17 - 20 Kmpl|
|Fuel Type :||Petrol / diesel|
|Transmission :||manual / automatic|
|Seating Capacity :||5|
|Gear Box :||6-speed AutoSHIFT|
|Max Torque :||300Nm@1500-2500rpm|
|Length*Width*Height :||3995*1821*1627 mm^3|
|Boot Space :||259 Liters|
Mahindra XUV300 Price List in India
- Petrol (6 Variants)
- Diesel (8 Variants) |
- Manual (11 Variants)
- Automatic (3 Variants)
Rs. 6.99 LakhXUV300 vs Nexon
Maruti Vitara Brezza
Rs. 7.39 LakhXUV300 vs Vitara Brezza
Rs. 9.81 LakhXUV300 vs Creta
Rs. 6.79 LakhXUV300 vs Sonet
Rs. 6.75 LakhXUV300 vs Venue
Rs. 7.99 LakhXUV300 vs EcoSport
Rs. 9.89 LakhXUV300 vs Seltos
Rs. 13.83 LakhXUV300 vs XUV500
Rs. 13.84 LakhXUV300 vs Harrier
Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying XUV300
- Maruti Vitara Brezza is a petrol-only offering and can be had with a 1.5-litre K15B petrol engine that develops 105PS of power and 138Nm of torque. The variants also come with Maruti’s 12V mild-hybrid system, which adds functions like start-stop and torque boost assist. It still remains good value for money for an everyday city-centric SUV. The refined petrol engine should make it a better driver as well. On the other hand, if you want a powerful diesel car with host of features, comfortable ride quality, torquey diesel engine and safety tech then you may opt for the XUV 300. The XUV 300 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. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride for a better understanding of performance and comfort. Click on the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read More: - 2020 Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza: First Drive Review - Mahindra XUV 300 vs Maruti Vitara Brezza
- 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. The W8 (O) is purely an upgrade in terms of safety features compared to the decently loaded W8. With the W8(O), the XUV300 is the second vehicle after the Toyota Yaris in the sub-15 lakh bracket to feature seven airbags, and the safest car in its segment, front parking sensors and 3-point seatbelt for the rear middle seat. This variant also makes the XUV300 the most loaded sub-compact/sub-4m SUV in the market right now. The incremental cost is justified for the added goodies. Buy this variant if you want to be owning an SUV from a segment above. Mahindra XUV300 delivers claimed mileage of 17kmpl and 20kmpl. However, we have tested it in rear life conditions and its petrol variant delivered 12.16kmpl in city and 14.25kmpl on highway. Its Diesel variant delivered 15.40kmpl in city and 19.89kmpl on highway. Approximate service cost for mahindra XUV300 in 5 year is around Rs. 17,937 and Rs. 20,693 for Petrol and Diesel variants respectively. Do take a test ride in order to get better clarity. Check out authorised dealership details.
- Thank you so much for answering the query! Is it worth to wait till March'2021 because Mahindra is planning to change brand logo and marketing strategy (maybe will increase prices as well) Or should I buy now in the month of Jan'2021. Because this will affect on road presence of my new vehicle and resale value will get reduced!
- If we talk about Kia Sonet, it is tuned for comfort. That’s pretty much the ride and handling package of the Sonet. In itself, the suspension battles harsh road surfaces, surface level changes and potholes with confidence. What amplifies this confidence is the insulation. You hear little of the tyre and road surface, making you believe the ride is plusher. Large craters at low speeds are shrugged off with little side-to-side movement. Over sharp edges and expansion joints, you’d notice some vertical movement before the suspension settles. This never gets tiresome though, even on fast expressways. Both the steering and braking performance seem par for the course. The steering is light enough for city duties and weighs up enough for the highways. Enthusiasts could harp on about wanting more feedback, but for the Sonet’s intended use it does just fine. It holds its line well (albeit with slight body roll) and lets you have some cornering fun in the twisties. On the other hand, you feel confident while driving the XUV, thanks to the steering. It has three modes - Normal, Comfort and Sport -, which change the weight of the steering. These do not change how quickly the vehicle actually turns, so we preferred the light but precise and direct feel of Comfort. The suspension also makes the XUV300 feel composed at high speeds, even over poor roads. The brakes provide a safe and secure feel while slowing down too. In the city, the way the suspension reduces the impact of the potholes is also satisfying. Do take a test drive for better clarity. Check out authorised dealership details.
- It is very difficult to say because both cars have 5 star ratings but in my opinion both cars are very good but I give xuv 300 a 5 star ratings and the brezza 4and half star ratings because I like it's style I just impress with this car but it's out of my budget and it's may dream car I like xuv 300 and Mahindra Scorpio and my dream car is xuv 300 and Scorpio❤️❤️❤️...
- Wait for brezza 1.5 litre is on the way with a new Diesel engine Bs4 this will be released this september , Bs6 as this is available only after March 30 2020 , governament has passed orders to car manufacturers to sell off Bs4 by the end of March 30 2020 and Brezza will come in Bs6 petrol which has Suzuki engine for the first time not the 1.3 from fiat , This new engines gives you more efficient Japanese petrol engines , and a 5 year warranty standard across all variants Good petrol engines with more stricter emission norms will make u buy Brezza instead of Xuv 300
- 1. Brezza as of now diesel is available it is best design & look , Super mileage , Best service support in india .The engine is 1248 cc only but it makes magic. 2. XUV 300 new era SUV which has forced all compact SUV makers to improve the models. Best safety features , Beautiful design , Powerful silent engine. Good mileage. Good car.You can simply choose the car. My choices are Brezza or XUV 300
- Team Mahindra,This is reference to my vehicle No. HR51BW2593,RC No. HR1923955,ENGINE NO.ETKZB26303,I would like to mention that the said vehicle has some problems on 21.12.20 and immediately I have visited to you on 21.12.20Your sales team have informed me on 28.12.20 that the engine of the vehicle has been badly damaged and reparing is the only solution.First you please inform that how the engine got damaged of a new vehicle of a giant company like Mahindra.Secondly please let me know that if you open the whole engine then who will buy the vehicle if I want to resale in the future.Your prompt response in this matter will be highly appreciated.
- I am facing the issue in Gear shifting in XUV-300 W8(O) petrol, manual. Specially when we switch gear 1 to 2 or vice versa... Its also vibrating heavily when not in proper gear... The experience is very pathetic and irritating engine also not so silent. Pickup is also a issue specially when you switch to 2 gear... Is any one also facing the same...?
- I am facing the same problem...my car automatically shifts to neutral while on the move...and sometimes it just turns off...one day it was not starting at alo...the MID shows transmission error or check ESP ... DON'T KNOW WHAT TO DO...once this lockdown ends have to take this with service centre...keep posting if you get anything...
- I have figured out everything with my w6, this has same infotainment system as in w8 in design but camera dsnt work even if its having camera wirings too because mahindra has blocked this with a software i guess so, getting android is option but remember whatever player you installs in w6 there will be some gap between frame and Hazard light switch assy, on the other hand w4 model dsnt face this issue because it has slightly diff Hazard assy to cover the gap .
- As on today in delhi's karol bagh the answer for adding reverse camera display on stock infotainment system for w6 is simply no ,they have told me to wait ,but how long no one knows , its possible but only when company lets the firmware to be allow for cam display, after market adaptor is what we all are waiting ... If any other info comes then let us know here .ty
- Shaurya you are right. Iam also waiting for the same for my xuv300 w6. I have been waiting from the last two months.
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Editor's View of Mahindra XUV300
Big feature list, comfortable ride quality, torquey diesel engine, safety tech
Average cabin space, small boot, 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.
XUV300 Detailed Review
Update 14/02/2019: The Mahindra XUV300 has been launched at Rs 7.90 lakh, ex-showroom India. Here's why it is priced at a premium as compared to the Brezza, Nexon and EcoSport.
If you and I wanted to plonk our money on a sub-4 metre SUV, we’re spoilt for choice. There are some well-established options, including Ford’s EcoSport, the crowd favourite - the Vitara Brezza - and the Nexon that blends spunk with sensibility. This means the Mahindra XUV300 has its work cut out for it. Does it have something that will make you sit up and take notice? Or is it just another hurried hack of a ‘me too’ product?
No. It doesn’t feel like something that was made on an impulse. It feels well thought of and carefully equipped to ensure it makes a strong case for itself when you and I sit down to compare brochures. That’s because, with the top-spec W8 (O) variant, Mahindra has thrown in everything including the kitchen sink (and we’re tempted to say the kitchen cabinet too) at the compact SUV.
Let’s start with what really sets it apart. There are seven airbags on offer and a host of other safety features like hill start assist, traction control, and electronic stability control too. In the segment, it’s only Ford’s EcoSport that comes close by offering all of the above, save for the knee airbag. You get some added peace of mind with the front parking sensors too. And if you really, really want to brag, you’ve got some pizzazz in the form of an electric sunroof, dual-zone climate control, keyless entry, push-button start, touchscreen with in-built navigation, and leatherette upholstery. A quick look at the competition will tell you there are rivals that offer a few of these features here and there. Yet, none offer all of them in one package. And that, we believe, is the XUV300’s biggest draw.
...there are a few hiccups, and most of them can be traced to the cabin of the XUV300. Yes, the baby Mahindra has a massive 2600mm wheelbase on paper. To put that into perspective, it’s a full 100mm more than the Brezza. What’s more, it manages to nudge past (only just, by 10mm) the substantially larger Hyundai Creta. But, we do wish that cabin space was managed better.
Sit inside the cabin, and you’d be underwhelmed. No, we aren’t saying the XUV300 is a cramped car. It’s far from that. There’s enough room for a six-footer to be comfortable behind their own driving position. And there’s just about enough width to accommodate three occupants for shorter journeys too. That said, we did expect more.
Most of that is down to the dashboard that juts out quite a bit into the cabin, which eats up valuable real estate. Remember, this is a dashboard designed in 2015 for the SsangYong Tivoli. It looks and feels four years old. In today’s day and age where manufacturers are scampering to reduce visual clutter and cut down on buttons, the XUV300 has the equivalent of an extended family on the centre console. The minimal layout, say from the EcoSport and the Nexon, not only look appealing but are also easy to use.
Finer bits like the orange backlight for the automatic climate control interface and the tiny 3.5-inch black and white MID seem out of place in an otherwise plush cabin. Similarly, the light feel of the wiper and headlamp stalks, and the springy action of the door locks take away from the experience. There's a silver lining, though. For instance, the quality of the switches for the power windows, the leatherette upholstery, and even the size and feel of the steering wheel - all feel refreshingly premium.
However, there are a few ergonomic issues and minor misses here. The front footwells, for example, could’ve offered more width. If you’ve got large feet, you will particularly miss a dead pedal. At the rear bench, the lack of air-conditioning vents and a charging socket is a bit of a downer. If you’re smitten by the XUV300, you might just learn to live with these traits. But we’re not too sure we’d say the same thing about the boot.
To tuck the XUV300 under four metres in length, Mahindra has had to chop a whopping 200mm from the Tivoli’s length. And most of that has come from the rear end. The boot space is low enough for Mahindra to not install a parcel tray as standard from the factory.
With the parcel tray in place, there’s no way you’d fit a large trolley-bag vertically. Instead, you are forced to place it horizontally, which claws away most of the room the boot has to offer. The boot is only as big as the ones you find on a small hatchback, and that’s a bit of a bummer.
...the XUV300 is a rockstar of a road tripper, and it’d suck to not be able to carry enough luggage. With 115PS of power and 300Nm on tap, the baby XUV can really make the scenery a blur. It almost feels like this 1.5-litre diesel engine was made for an open stretch of road. You can bank on that torque almost all the time when you’re cruising, and simply prod the throttle to get a move on quickly.
Yes, this is the same engine and gearbox as the Marazzo. But where the MPV uses a VGT, the small SUV gets an e-VGT, thanks to which you feel the turbo kick in with a little more gusto. Of course, the gear ratios have been altered to ensure there’s some fun to be had. Another aspect where the XUV feels distinctly different compared to the Marazzo is NVH. You hear more of the diesel clatter and feel more of the vibrations on the steering wheel, footboard and door pads. This should have been controlled better since Mahindra is billing the XUV300 as a premium offering.
Issues? Well, it’s a bit of a pain to drive the XUV300 slowly inside the city. When the turbo isn’t on song (under 1500rpm), it almost refuses to make any progress unless you downshift. We noticed this feeling getting amplified on inclines, which forced us to shift down to first way more than we’d have liked. This is something you’d have to do frequently when you encounter speed breakers too. On the flipside, you can treat third gear like an automatic. It will happily drop down below 20kmph and pull cleanly to triple digits with barely any signs of protest. And since we’re talking gears, it’s disappointing that Mahindra isn’t offering an automatic transmission at launch.
What Mahindra will offer, however, is a 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol motor. This engine makes 110PS of power and 200Nm of torque. But we haven’t had the chance to drive it yet.
In a way, yes. We expected the XUV300 to roll quite a bit when chucked hard into a bend. It doesn’t feel nervous at all. Mahindra is reaping the benefits of that wide front and rear track here. The steering too is quite direct, and there’s no second guessing involved at all. You also get to play with three steering modes - Comfort, Normal and Sport. If we were asked to pick, we’d happily leave it in Comfort because it manages to negate the effort in steering without affecting steering response in any way. In Sport, it’s almost unnecessarily heavy. Normal is something you could use day in, day out.
You also get rear disc brakes as standard. So you can really gun for that corner knowing you’ll be able to shed speed well in time. What’s appreciable is that the XUV300 doesn’t dunk its nose down when you absolutely stomp the brake pedal. It remains rock steady.
And that’s pretty much how we’d describe its highway manners too. Out on the highway, the ride is f-l-a-t for the most part. Hit an undulation at high speed and the cabin settles back almost instantly. Even at the rear, there’s nothing that’d cause discomfort over longer journeys. Back in town, where the roads are broken and speed breakers aspire to be Mount Everest, the XUV300 shines again. It manages to take the edge off of potholes with finesse and doesn’t make a sound while doing so.
It manages to walk the tightrope between being acceptably comfortable for the city, steady for the highway and fun when you’re in the mood to hoon. We’re certain you’ll look back one last time once you’ve parked it in for the day.
...you’ll be happy to see a baby XUV500 sitting pretty. From the front, the resemblance is strong. But there’s enough distinction to give the XUV300 a unique persona. Mahindra’s trademark grille studded with chrome, the lightly smoked projector headlamps, daytime running lamps and the prominent faux skid plate finished in silver is all it needs to cut a familiar figure.
It’s got the SUV elements down pat, too. It starts with a square bonnet that’s set high off the ground. At 180mm, the ground clearance too feels apt for tackling whatever our roads decide to throw at the small SUV. Finer design elements come in the form of tough-looking matte black cladding and roof rails.
From the side, there’s not much going on. And that’s probably a good thing for a Mahindra. The clean, contoured surfaces look minimal and Euro-car like. You will also notice the black applique on the A- and C-pillar that gives the XUV300 a floating roof effect. This is further accentuated by the contrast-coloured roof. Also, the large 17-inch machine-finished alloy wheels that come wrapped in 215/55-section rubber instantly pop out.
Step over to the rear, and the XUV300 is very hatchback-like in its appearance. Here too, the design has been kept gracefully simple. LED tail lamps, a L-A-R-G-E bumper and a faux skid plate wrap up the design neatly.
In terms of size, it manages to outshine its rivals with added width. In fact, at 1821mm, it's wider than a Renault Captur too! But, as you can notice in the pictures, it isn't your typical tall SUV. Ford's EcoSport is a full 26mm taller (and that's without the roof rails), the Brezza too is taller by 19mm.
|Mahindra XUV300||Maruti Suzuki Brezza||Tata Nexon||Ford EcoSport|
|Width||1821mm (w/o mirrors)||1790mm (w/o mirrors)||1811mm (w/o mirrors)||1765mm (w/o mirrors)|
|Height||1621mm (w/ roof rails)||1640mm (w/o roof rails)||1607mm (w/ roof rail)||1647mm (w/o roof rails)|
Ground Clearance (Unladen)
So yes, the Mahindra XUV300’s design is striking enough to warrant attention. Yet, it isn’t out of the box in any manner. It's worth mentioning that we also spotted a few inconsistencies in panel gaps on both our test cars, especially around the rear taillamp and boot lid. We were assured these were issues with pre-production media cars and would be ironed out by the time you have one in your garage.
Bring it home?
Mahindra’s XUV300 gets a whole lot right. You get a bucketful of features, the quality of materials is positively refreshing and to top it off, it's comfortable to drive daily and hoon on weekends. Downsides? Well, we were a bit underwhelmed by the space the cabin offered. And there’s no other way of saying it, the boot space feels small for a car this size. Finally, remember that Mahindra is not offering an automatic gearbox with either engine options at launch. If that ranks high on your priority list, you’ll have to sadly drop the XUV300 from the list of contenders.
Expectedly, Mahindra has priced the XUV300 at a premium compared to its immediate rivals. Prices start at Rs 8 lakh for the base-spec petrol variant, and go all the way up to Rs 12 lakh for the top-spec diesel W8 (O) variant. And that seems acceptable for a product like the XUV300. Circling back to the original question, then: is the XUV something you should sit up and take notice of? The answer to that quite simply, is yes.
Mahindra XUV300 Mileage
XUV300 User Reviews
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Features & Styling4.4/5
Preferred For : Family & Daily Commute
56% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above
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XUV300 is a feature packed powerful vehicle with added safety features. Performance is extraordinary
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I purchase xuv300 in 1st nov’2020.18th of nov i am driving from pune to nagpur with my wife along with 2 year kid.At mid of jangal my both alloy wheel driver side was broken picture was attached.Then i call road side assistance (rsa).After 3 hour of struggling with them they send pickup vehicle after that we request pickup driver that please drop us to amaravti because we know so many relative there but they are not listing our request and drop us akola at outside of city along with family 9:30 pm then we call rsa for help but they simply told us they are unable to arrange and suggest us do by yourself ( at outside of city with family with on one around us ).Then we do some expanses ( 500 local transport + 3500 hotel + 1000 food + 500 local transport ) on next day while reaching show room we got surprise that they have no alloy wheel at their stock.After so many request they arrange only one alloy wheel.During installation they bring me at local tires shop for tires changing charge and those shop keeper charge me 500 after instillation of alloy wheel they demand money then i told them vehicle was new, Under warranty and most important insured then they told me for insurance you have leave your vehicle for 1-2 days.Also they are update me that i am not able to clam this amount after leaving from showroom ( amount 11000).I am very much surprises they are not update my before doing thisi don’t know what i say but now and after i am very much worry while driving xuv300 along with family specially going outstations.
Team mahindra, This is reference to my vehicle no.Hr51bw2593, Rc no.Hr1923955, Engine no.Etkzb26303, I would like to mention that the said vehicle has some problems on 21.12.20 and immediately i have visited to you on 21.12.20your sales team have informed me on 28.12.20 that the engine of the vehicle has been badly damaged and reparing is the only solution.First you please inform that how the engine got damaged of a new vehicle of a giant company like mahindra.Secondly please let me know that if you open the whole engine then who will buy the vehicle if i want to resale in the future.Your prompt response in this matter will be highly appreciated.
As a basically everyone asking about milage. It gives 20kmpl as company says and it is not bad and safety features you know about by broucher of vehicles and it's company website, Boot space is less if you take so much luggage but if you are not taking so much luggage so you have enough space and rear passenger seat have so good space even if from seats are moved back till it slide rear passenger can comfortably seat.overall it is good. Once driving is something strange happen mileage is showing 22kmpl.
Very powerful car. Has good road presence and very comfortable. 17 inch tiers are just beautiful. Boot space is a bit of a problem but all over this car is a beast. On highways this car drives like a boat ,130-140 kmph no problem . No body roll very stable . This is the best sub four meter car in the market. Very proud of mahindra for introducing this top quality car in India.
Mahindra XUV300 Expert Reviews
Venue vs XUV300 vs EcoSport: Diesel SUV Comparison ReviewJul 12, 2019 | By Tushar Kamath
2019 Mahindra XUV300 AMT: First Drive ReviewJun 18, 2019 | By Ameya Dandekar
XUV300 Vs EcoSport Vs Nexon: Sub-4 Meter Petrol SUVs ComparedApr 17, 2019 | By Team ZigWheels
Mahindra XUV300 Review: First DriveFeb 6, 2019 | By Team ZigWheels
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XUV 300 Colours
Dual-tone Red Rage
Mahindra XUV300 Service Cost
|Petrol (5 years)||Rs. 17,937|
|Diesel (5 years)||Rs. 20,693|
Mahindra XUV300 News Updates
Is The Mahindra XUV300 Worried About The Kia Sonet’s Arrival?Aug 11, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
Mahindra Group To Stop Investing In Ailing SsangYong BrandJun 16, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
2020 SsangYong Tivoli Runs On Mahindra PowerMay 19, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
Mahindra XUV300 Sportz Launch Delayed Due To CoronavirusApr 29, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
#StayAtHome With Gaurav GillApr 17, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
Mahindra XUV300 Diesel Gets A BS6 Update Without A Price Hike!Apr 16, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
Mahindra XUV300 Offers
OfferXUV300 W8 Diesel offersOffer By : CompanyValidity : 15 Jan-17 Jan
OfferXUV300 W6 AMT Diesel offersOffer By : CompanyValidity : 15 Jan-17 Jan
What is the price of Mahindra XUV 300 Top Variant?
The ex-showroom price of top variant of Mahindra XUV 300 is To Be Announced (Delhi).
What is the mileage of Mahindra XUV 300?
The ARAI claimed mileage of Mahindra XUV 300 is 17 - 20 Kmpl. Also check User Reported Mileage of XUV 300.
What is the EMI of Mahindra XUV 300 in Delhi?
The EMI for the base variant of Mahindra XUV 300 in Delhi is Rs. 15,385 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.
What are the top competitors of Mahindra XUV 300?
What is the boot space in Mahindra XUV 300?
The boot space in Mahindra XUV 300 is 259 L. View full specification of XUV 300
What is the ground clearance of Mahindra XUV 300?
The ground clearance of Mahindra XUV 300 is 180 mm.
What are the best financing options for Mahindra XUV 300?
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