New Dual Tone Colour Scheme Introduced In Mahindra TUV300
- by Janak Sorap
- Oct 12, 2016
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Available only for the top spec T8 variant, the dual tone colour scheme will cost Rs 15,000 more than the regular single colour versions
Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. have updated its sub-4 metre SUV, the TUV300, with the introduction of new dual tone colour schemes. Available only in the top spec T8 100PS manual variant of the TUV300, the SUV gets a black roof, blackened side pillars and dual tone front and rear bumpers. The company states that ‘the dual colour combination has been carefully chosen to add to the style quotient of the TUV300, and increase its appeal amongst urban buyers’.
Speaking on the introduction of the new two tone colour scheme, Vivek Nayer, chief marketing officer, automotive division, M&M, said: “The launch of the new silver & black dual tone TUV300 will build on its aspiration quotient by dialling up on style and exclusivity, and thus further enhance the brand’s appeal. We are confident that this new colour scheme will soon become very popular among our discerning customers and fans.”
The Mahindra TUV300 is available in seven colour shades of Verve Blue, Dynamite Red, Molten Orange, Glacier White, Majestic Silver, Bold Black and Bronze Green while the new dual colour option comes as an addition to it. The new silver and black dual tone can now be booked through Mahindra dealerships. However, for other colours and variants in the dual tone scheme, Mahindra is offering a roof decal option in black/white. On the price front, the new colour variant of the TUV300 has been priced at Rs 15,000 more than the regular single colour variant of the T8 model which is priced at Rs 9.15 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).Recommended Variant : TUV300 T6 Plus