A 3 cylinder engine is much more fuel-efficient compared to a 4 cylinder engine of the same size. This is because of two primary factors, reduced frictional losses, and lighter weight. Since there is one cylinder less, the frictional losses caused by metal surfaces coming in contact within the engine block is lesser. So if you want more refinement and a quieter car, with a bit more power for equal engine capacity, then a four-cylinder engine is better than a three-cylinder. But if fuel-efficiency and lower purchase cost are your priorities, pick a three-cylinder engine.
Mahindra XUV 300 has the ground clearance of 180mm, which feels apt for tackling whatever our roads decide to throw at the small SUV. Moreover to clear all your doubts would recommend to take the test drive of the car. Click on the following link to locate the authorized dealerships available from your respective city. https://www.zigwheels.com/dealers/Mahindra
| 7 months ago
Very bad for bit off roading. I'm facing ofen paroblem with my car. Minimum 190mm is require.
| 4 months ago
@ Onjoy | Very bad for bit off roading. I'm facing ofen paroblem with my car. Minimum 190mm is require.
Which car you hv buddy.. hw much you will rate if compare ecosport n xuv 300...
Mahindra is set to upgrade its entire diesel car portfolio to adhere to the upcoming BS6 emission norms. The diesel engine is made for the highway cruises and is made for smooth driving. For more details, click on the following link: https://www.zigwheels.com/news-features/news/mahindra-reveals-bs6-plans-will-scrap-12litre-diesel/34030/ Also, you can check out the first ride review of Mahindra XUV300 by following the link: https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/mahindra-xuv300-review-first-drive/32937/