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  • Q. Is w6 AT worth the price - XUV500?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    There is no variant named W6 AT in Mahindra XUV500 variant range. Mahindra XUV500 comes it W5, W7, W7 AT, W9, G AT, W11, W9 AT, W11 Option, W11 AT, W11 Option AWD, W11 Option AT, W11 Option AT AWD and G AT. Please share the variant name so that we can help you further. Click on thee given link to know more about Mahindra XUV500: https://bit.ly/2g4vxTk

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    Maneesh
    Maneesh | 1 year ago

    Tell me any other car which is even comparable in features, looks and performance at this price.

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  • Q. Should I opt for automatic or manual - XUV500?
    Prajeesh
    Prajeesh | 4 months ago

    Depends on the ride..if u r a driving enthusiast, go for manual, torque converter auto s equally good..con about manual is that gear box is notchy

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    Saumya
    Saumya | 4 months ago

    Depends which city you are in and how do you want to enjoy driving. Manual are more fun for some and vice-versa

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  • Q. What is the mileage difference between automatic and manual - XUV500?
    PANKAJ
    PANKAJ | 4 months ago

    I'm using the manual version of XUV. Driving at 100kmph on highway in average traffic conditions pushes the mileage upto 14+ and driving beyond 120+ then its 11.50

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    Sandeep
    Sandeep | 4 months ago

    Manual on highway will give u 15-16. but try to maintain a constant speed around 80-100kmph. variance in speed during long drives hamper ur mileage

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  • Q. I want to buy XUV 500 W9 automatic, but my drive is only 600-750 km in month. Will it affect for this car in this type of limited use
    Biswajit
    Biswajit | 8 months ago

    Present day cars are pretty good and it does not matter at all if your running hrs are less. First 3000 kms are for "running in" after that engine performance is best.

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    Nikhil
    Nikhil | 8 months ago

    If you drive 3-4 times a week then there should not be any problem with the car.

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  • Q. I owned XUV 500 W8 (2014) for 5 years, planning to purchase a new one for me. Wanted to know your experience with the AT AWD W11 performs? Is there anyting I need to know before making up my mind!
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 3 months ago

    The XUV 500 AT AWD perform well on the highways as well as on the rough trails. The power dissipation in the AWD has been very linear and agile. The car has been balanced perfectly in regards to the wheel power. The car gets an automatic torque converter unit which performs well with great prefixed gear ratios. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test drive of the car to evaluate the car on the basis of features, performance and drive quality.Click here for the dealership : https://www.zigwheels.com/dealers/Mahindra

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    Manoj
    Manoj | 2 months ago

    No but once u have used xuv try alturas g4I think it would also be a good option

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  • Q. Which transmission it has - XUV500?
    Aakarsh
    Aakarsh | 7 months ago

    It has a six speed manual transmission and a six speed automatic transmission both petrol and diesel in a 2.2litre mHawk engine

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    Mahindra
    Mahindra | 7 months ago

    It comes with Manual as well as Auto transmission

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  • Q. Which models are coming in Auto transmission - XUV500?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 2 months ago

    Mahindra offers XUV500 with a 2.2-litre diesel engine that generates 155PS/360Nm and a 2.2-litre petrol engine which generates 140PS/330Nm. While the diesel-powered XUV500 is available with either with a 6-speed MT or 6-speed AT, the petrol version is available with a 6-speed AT only. The AT variants are W7 AT, G AT, W9 AT, W11 AT, W11 Option AT and W11 Option AT AWD among which, G AT variant is petrol-powered. The fuel efficiency of the diesel engine is claimed at 15.1 km/l and that for the petrol engine is 11.1 km/l.

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    Ayman
    Ayman | 2 months ago

    Commonly w11

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  • Q. Will it come with petrol manual transmission - XUV500?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 6 months ago

    As of now, there is no official update from the brand. Stay tuned for latest updates.

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    Shakeel
    Shakeel | 6 months ago

    No

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  • Q. How is the new Mahindra XUV500 automatic? Any issues with AT transmission? Is it a good buy?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 11 months ago

    The automatic transmission is smooth and fairly efficient as well but it’s been tuned to shift up gears very early, and even in manual mode it won’t allow you to rev over 3400rpm. This is really never a problem while driving normally, but just limits its flat-out acceleration to 100kmph, a task it completes in 12.98 seconds. Kickdown (20-80kmph) takes 7.75 seconds and the automatic, while not lightning quick, works well with the torque-loaded engine to make overtakes a breeze. As far as NVH levels are concerned, they are well controlled and the engine noise is only audible in the cabin when revved beyond 2,500 rpm. However, the same cannot be said for the Bridgestone Ecopia tyres which emit a lot of rolling noise with some of it making its way inside cabin. But that still isn’t bothersome and can be washed away with the audio system. Do take a test drive in order to clear all your doubts. Also Read: Mahindra XUV500 Facelift : First Drive Review: https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/mahindra-xuv500-facelift-first-drive-review/30151/

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    Amit
    Amit | 1 month ago

    Very good no issue

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  • Q. I have bought a new XUV 500 W11 automatic. Is there a speed limit which needs to be maintained before the 1st service or I can run it at normal speeds on the highway? The showroom guys didn't provide any convincing answer on this and I was wondering what is the limit to be maintained, if any.
    Yogesh
    Yogesh | 1 month ago

    80km

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