Talking about the selection of petrol or diesel car completely depends upon your daily driving pattern. If you are driving more than 50 kms in a day than a diesel variant would be a fruitful choice to go with. Else, if you are driving less than 50 kms on daily basis than a petrol variant would be a worthy choice. The price of a diesel variant is comparatively more than petrol variant and yes there is a difference in cost of maintenance also.In order to churn more details regarding the driving experience may check the following link:Mahindra XUV300 Review: First Drive https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/mahindra-xuv300-review-first-drive/32937/
| 5 months ago
Both engine are the best as they produce segment-leading torque of 300 Nm for the 1.5L Diesel engine & 200 Nm for the 1.2L Petrol engine with a power of 115 BHP & 110 BHP respectively and it also comes with a 6-speed transmission to ensure optimized gear shifts and higher fuel efficiency.
Zigwheels | 1 year ago
If you are travelling less than 50-60km a day, opt for a petrol car instead of a diesel. With the extra Rs 1-1.50 lakh spent on a diesel purchase, you can actually drive a similar petrol car for as many as two years! So, do your math carefully. A diesel usually makes sense if you are driving above 60/70km a day. Moreover talking about the performance of Mahindra XUV300, check the following link: Mahindra XUV300 Review: First Drive https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/mahindra-xuv300-review-first-drive/32937/