Mahindra Cars to Choose|| Specifications, Features, And Summary

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Best Mahindra Cars to Choose
  1. Mahindra Scorpio

Mahindra India has trademarked the name ‘Scorpio Sting’ in the country. It is likely to be used for the next-gen Scorpio, which could co-exist with the current SUV. The Scorpio Sting will get a 2.0-litre petrol and a 2.2-litre diesel engine (similar to the Thar). The new SUV should get a four-wheel-drive system and an optional automatic transmission.The new SUV is likely to hit showrooms around mid-2021. It is expected to command a slight premium over the existing Scorpio priced from Rs 12.42 lakh (ex-showroom). The Scorpio Sting will be the first ‘body-on-frame’ SUV in its segment. It will take on the Kia Seltos, Hyundai Creta, MG Hector and Tata Harrier.

Mahindra Scorpio Specifications

The Mahindra Scorpio comes with two engine options: a 75PS 2.5-litre diesel and a 2.2-litre turbo-diesel in two states of tune: 120PS/280Nm and 140PS/320Nm. While the 2.5-litre unit and the 120PS 2.2-litre come with a 5-speed manual transmission, the top-spec model comes with a 6-speed manual. Power is channeled to the rear wheels while the 140PS model comes with all-wheel-drive.

Mahindra Scorpio Variants

The Mahindra Scorpio is available in five variants: S3, S5, S7, S9, and S11. It’s offered in four colour options: silver, red, black and white.

Mahindra Scorpio Features

Exterior features in the Scorpio include dual-barrel projector headlamps, 17-inch alloy wheels and LED tail lamps. Inside, it comes with a touchscreen infotainment system, climate control, steering-mounted audio control, cruise control, a multi-info display, and keyless entry. Safety features include dual airbags, ABS with EBD, and rear parking sensors.

Mahindra Scorpio Summary

Engine2179 CC
Mileage16.36 Kmpl
Seating Capacity7
Gear Box6 Speed
Emission Norm ComplianceBS-VI
Fuel TypeDiesel
Boot Space460 Liters
Max Torque320Nm@1500-2800rpm

Pros And Cons of Mahindra Scorpio

Pros of Mahindra ScorpioRobust build

Strong engine performance

Driveability and rugged appeal
Cons of Mahindra ScorpioInterior layout isn’t user friendly

Bumpy ride quality at high speeds

Feels old compared to rivals 

2. Mahindra XUV300

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 Specifications

The Mahindra XUV300 is offered with two engine options: a 117PS-300Nm BS4 diesel and a 110PS-200Nm BS6 1.2-litre turbo petrol. Two transmissions are on offer – a 6-speed manual and an AMT.

Mahindra XUV300 Variants

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 Features

Exterior features include projector headlamps, LED elements in the taillamps, a sunroof, and 17-inch alloy wheels. Inside, the XUV300 has a 7-inch infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, cruise control, and dual-zone climate control. Safety features include dual front airbags, front side and curtain airbags, ABS and EBD, electronic stability control, and a tyre pressure monitoring system.

Mahindra XUV300  Summary

Engine1199 CC1497 CC
Mileage17 – 20 Kmpl17 – 20 Kmpl
Seating Capacity55
Gear Box6 Speed6 Speed
Emission Norm ComplianceBS-VIBS-VI
Fuel TypePetrolDiesel
Boot Space259 Litres259 Liters
Max Torque200Nm@2000-3500rpm300Nm@1500-2500rpm

Pros And Cons of Mahindra XUV300  

Pros of Mahindra XUV 300Powerful diesel engine

AMT is among the best in its class

Comfortable ride quality
Cons of Honda All New CityTop-end variant is pricey

Interior fit and finish not the best

Looks disproportionate in profile 

3. Mahindra Bolero  

Mahindra has silently launched the new B2 variant in the Bolero. Priced at Rs 7.64 lakh, it’s the new base-spec variant in the Bolero’s lineup. While features are yet to be revealed, we expect it to come with just power steering and air conditioner only. The Bolero B2 continue

Mahindra Bolero Variants

Mahindra has launched the BS6 Bolero with a 1.5-litre diesel engine and three variants – B4, B6 and B6(O). The mHawk75 diesel engine that generates 75hp of power and 210Nm of torque, is mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox. 

Mahindra Bolero Summary

Engine1498 CC
Mileage21 Kmpl
Seating Capacity7
Gear Box5 Gear
Emission Norm ComplianceBS-VI
Fuel TypeDiesel
No. of Cylinders3
Boot Space
Length*Width*Height3995*1745*1880 mm^3
Max Torque210nm@1600-2200rpm

Pros And Cons of Mahindra Bolero

Pros of Mahindra BoleroSturdy and robust build which is well-proven in India

Responsive diesel engine is now BS6 compliant

Much needed update to the exterior styling
Cons of Mahindra BoleroThe cabin remains more or less unchanged

Starting to feel dated, need a generation update

Interior and ergonomics too utilitarian for urban use

4. Mahindra Thar   

Mahindra has temporarily halted bookings for the Thar AX and AX std due to the overwhelming demand for the other variants. It is yet to announce the bookings recommencement timeline. You can currently book the Thar’s second-from-base AX Opt and top-spec LX variants. The Thar AX Optional is priced from Rs 11.90 lakh (ex-showroom).

Mahindra Thar Specifications

The Thar will come with two engine options: a 130PS/300Nm 2.2-litre diesel engine and a 150PS/320Nm 2.0-litre turbo petrol engine. Both engines will be offered with a choice of 6-speed manual and 6-speed automatic transmission, and will be offered with a 4×4 drivetrain with a low range transfer case as standard. The off-road oriented AX variant gets a mechanical locking differential while the LX variant also gets brake locking differential for better off-road capability. The new Thar boasts a water wading ability of 650mm, an approach angle of 41.8degree, departure angle of 36.8degree and rampover angle of 27degree. It’s underpinned by a new ladder frame chassis and sits on independent double wishbone suspension at the front and multi link coil springs at the rear.

Mahindra Thar Variants

The Mahindra Thar comes in three variants: AX, AX Opt and LX. The manufacturer offers the Thar in three body styles: a fixed soft top, a cabriolet or convertible soft top and a fixed hard top. While the AX variant can be had with a fixed soft top only, the other two variants are offered can be had with either a hard top or a convertible roof.

Mahindra Thar Features

Features in the Thar include a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment which features off-road stats, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, cruise control, roof mounted speakers, electronic air conditioner, steering mounted audio controls, a multi-info display, power windows and keyless entry. Safety is covered by dual airbags, ABS with EBD, rear parking sensors, electronic stability control and a roll cage.

Mahindra Thar Summary

Engine1997 CC2184 CC
Mileage15.2 Kmpl15.2 Kmpl
Seating Capacity44
Gear Box6-Speed6-Speed
Emission Norm ComplianceBS-VIBS-VI
Fuel TypePetrolDiesel
Power150 bhp @ 5000 rpm130bhp@3750rpm
Boot Space
Length*Width*Height3985*1855*1844 mm^33985*1855*1844 mm^3
Max Torque300 Nm @ 1250-3000 rpm Manual 320 Nm @ 1500-3000 rpm300nm@1600-2800rpm

Pros And Cons of Mahindra Thar

Pros of Mahindra TharProbably the best affordable off-roader in the country

New-age features and cabin comfort

Potent power train and improved drivability
Cons of Mahindra TharNot a family car, even if it seats four

Lack of boot space

On-road dynamics could’ve been better

5. Mahindra XUV500 

Mahindra dealerships have revealed the BS6 prices of the XUV500. The mid-sizer will be priced from Rs 13.18 lakh to Rs 17.69 lakh (ex-showroom Coimbatore). Mahindra has dropped the automatic transmission, so the XUV500 will be a diesel-manual, front-wheel-drive SUV in the BS6 era.The Mahindra XUV500 is a three-row mid-size SUV which has an ex-showroom price of Rs 12.31 lakh to Rs 18.63 lakh.

Mahindra XUV500 Specifications

The XUV500 is exclusively available with a 2.2-litre mHawk diesel engine which produces 155PS of power and 360Nm of torque. It is paired with a 6-speed manual transmission. The XUV500 is no longer available with an all-wheel-drive system. The SUV has an integrated starter-generator which features brake regeneration and idle start-stop tech. The Mahindra XUV500 has an ARAI-claimed fuel economy of 15kmpl. The 2.2-litre petrol engine has not been revised in any way and still develops 140PS of maximum power and 320Nm of peak torque. The petrol motor is available with a 6-speed automatic transmission only.

Mahindra XUV500 Variants

There are four trim levels on offer — W5, W7, W9, and W11 (O). You can have the XUV500 in seven colours — Crimson Red, Mystic Copper, Lake-side Brown, Volcano Black, Pearl White, Opulent Purple, and Moondust Silver.

Mahindra XUV500 Features

The XUV500 is loaded with features such as LED DRLs, projector static bending headlamps, and 18-inch alloy wheels. Interior feature highlights include a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple Carplay, Arkamys sound system, Mahindra Blue Sense automatic climate control, connected car tech with smartwatch connectivity, cruise control, voice commands, and a 6-way powered driver’s seat. On the safety front, the XUV500 is equipped with 6 airbags, ABS, EBD, a reversing camera, hill start assist, hill descent control, and an electronic stability program.

Mahindra XUV500 Summary

Engine2179 CC
Mileage15.1 Kmpl
Seating Capacity7
Gear Box6-Speed
Fuel TypeDiesel
Boot Space93 Liters
Length*Width*Height4585*1890*1785 mm^3
Max Torque360Nm@1750-2800rpm

Pros And Cons of Mahindra XUV500

Pros of Mahindra XUV500Distinctive exterior design 

Spacious cabin

Long features list 
Cons of Mahindra XUV500Interior quality could have been better

Bouncy high-speed ride

New-gen model around the corner

6. Mahindra Marazzo

Mahindra looks set to introduce an automatic transmission to the Marazzo soon, as the MPV was spotted testing with an ‘AutoShift’ badge. The automatic gearbox could be a 6-speed AMT unit. The carmaker is also expected to add a new 1.5-litre mStallion turbo-petrol engine coupled with an optional automatic and manual transmission. Mahindra currently offers the Marazzo with a 121PS 1.5-litre diesel engine paired to a 6-speed manual gearbox. It is priced between Rs 11.25 lakh and Rs 13.59 lakh. It currently sits in between the Maruti Suzuki Ertiga/XL6 and the Toyota Innova Crysta and doesn’t have any direct rivals.

Mahindra Marazzo Specifications

For the time being, you get a single 1.5-litre diesel engine with the Marazzo. This engine makes 123PS of power and 300Nm of torque and is paired with a 6-speed manual transmission. There’s no petrol-powered Marazzo yet, neither do you get the choice of an automatic gearbox. But Mahindra has confirmed both will be made available by 2020. In our road test, the Marazzo returned 14.86kmpl in the city and 16.97kmpl on the highway. As expected, it isn’t a particularly quick car, taking a leisurely 15 seconds to reach 100kmph from a standstill.

Mahindra Marazzo Variants

The Mahindra Marazzo variants lineup includes the M2, M4, M6 and M8. With the M2, you get a sour deal: there’s no music system, reverse parking sensors or electric ORVMs. This variant makes sense only if you’re looking to add the Marazzo to your fleet of taxis. If you’re looking to buy for yourself and are on a budget, stretch for the M4 at the least. While this variant too isn’t particularly well-equipped it at least gets a music system, rear wash-wipe, rear defogger, a height-adjustable driver’s seat and electrically-adjustable ORVMs.

With the M6, Mahindra is throwing in quite a lot of goodies. In isolation, it seems like a value offering. But compare the price premium to the M4 and you’d think twice before justifying that expense. It gets 16-inch alloy wheels, projector headlamps, a 4.2-inch TFT display in the instrument cluster, and a touchscreen infotainment system paired with a 6-speaker music system. In the top-spec M8 variant, you get bigger 17-inch alloy wheels, a better touchscreen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, automatic climate control, cruise control and leatherette upholstery.

Mahindra Marazzo Features

Inspired by a shark, they say. Do you see the resemblance? We do, even if faintly so. That said, there’s no denying that the Marazzo is a handsome MPV. And we’re glad Mahindra designers haven’t gone overboard in adding unnecessary styling elements to it. The smoked out headlamps work together with the toothy grille to give it a confident face. From the side, the large 17-inch alloy wheels stands out and so does the subtle sliver of chrome that underlines the massive glass area. It’s slightly quirky from the rear but the large shark fin-inspired tail lamps do well to provide some relief to the eyes. With the Marazzo, you get the sense that function was valued over form. Glad!

Because, it clearly shows on the inside. The Marazzo’s wheelbase is longer than that of the Innova Crysta’s. And that’s despite the Mahindra being a full 150mm smaller. Entering and exiting the MPV is a breeze, and there’s a healthy amount of room no matter which row you’re seated in. It’s among the few cars in which you can travel with seven or eight occupants without jostling for room. On the features front, there’s what you’d expect — a touchscreen infotainment system, automatic climate control, cruise control, a 4.2-inch display in the instrument cluster, and leather seats. There’s a unique roof-mounted air-conditioning system as well, which we must say works without a hiccup. Issues include that there’s just one 12V socket in the whole car, and one USB slot for the second row to charge phones. You also don’t get the feel-good features such as auto headlamps, auto wipers or an auto-dimming IRVM. Also, we think the Marazzo could’ve done with side and curtain airbags, at least in the top-spec variant. Standard safety kit includes dual airbags, anti-lock brakes with EBD and all-round disc brakes. Notably, the Marazzo scored a 4-star safety rating in the GlobalNCAP crash test.

Mahindra Marazzo Summary

Engine1497 CC
Mileage17.3 Kmpl
Seating Capacity8
Gear Box6-Speed
Fuel TypeDiesel
Emission Norm ComplianceBS IV / BS VI
Boot Space190 Liters
Length*Width*Height4585*1866*1774 mm^3
Max Torque300Nm@1750-2500rpm

Pros And Cons of Mahindra Marazzo

Pros of Honda CityFeature-packed MUV/MPV

Usable third row for adults

A high-riding vehicle with car-like controls
Cons of Honda CityNo automatic version available

Confined boot space with third row up

Fully-loaded version is pricey

7. Mahindra Alturas G4   

Mahindra has launched the BS6-compliant Alturas G4 at Rs 28.69 lakh in India. The Alturas G4 BS6 comes with the same 2.2-litre diesel engine that develops 181PS and 420Nm. It is mated to a 7-speed automatic transmission sourced from Mercedes-Benz. Apart from this, cosmetically and mechanically, the Alturas G4 remains the same as before.

Mahindra Alturas G4 Varients

There are two variants on offer: 2WD and 4WD, priced at Rs Rs 28.69 lakh and Rs 31.69 lakh. This also measn that both the variants of the SUV are now dearer by Rs 1 lakh in contrast to the outging BS4 version.

Mahindra Alturas G4 Summary

Engine2157 CC
Mileage12.35 Kmpl
Seating Capacity7
Gear Box7-Speed
No. of Cylinders4
Fuel TypeDiesel
Emission Norm ComplianceBS VI
Boot Space240 Liters
Max Torque420Nm@1600-2600rpm

Pros And Cons of Mahindra Alturas G4

Pros of Mahindra Alturas G4Great interior fit and finish

Spacious cabin

Powerful diesel engine 
Cons of Mahindra Alturas G4Bumpy ride quality

Uncomfortable third-row seating
Handling isn’t as good as rivals

8. Mahindra KUV100 NXT

The BS6 Mahindra KUV100 has been spied testing. The spied test mule was the fleet-oriented Trip variant equipped with CNG. In the BS6 era, the Mahindra KUV100 is likely to be a petrol-only model for private buyers.

According to Mahindra’s future plan to shift to BS6 engines, the 1.2-litre diesel engine in the KUV100 NXT will not be updated to meet the BS6 norms. Mahindra has made it clear that updating this engine will come at a cost and with the increase in price, the KUV100 NXT will be at a price disadvantage amongst its rivals.

Mahindra may call the KUV100 a ‘micro SUV’ but you and I know it’s not much more than a hopped up hatchback. With the NXT, the formula has been tweaked a bit in a bid to make it more appealing. Additions include a new front grille and bumper, new alloy wheels and clear-lens tail lamps. The interiors now feature an all-black colour scheme and get a new 7-inch touchscreen. Mahindra has also done away with a couple of dials on the dashboard to reduce the clutter. Most importantly, the 5-seater variant of the KUV100 NXT is now available on a made-to-order basis, while the 6-seater layout is offered as standard.

KUV100 NXT Specifications

No changes in this department, at least for now! Both engines – the 1.2-litre mFalcon D80 petrol and the 1.2-litre mFalcon D75 diesel – and the 5-speed manual transmission remain unaltered. Whereas the petrol engine pumps out 83PS/115Nm, the diesel-fed mill is rated at 78PS/190Nm. Mahindra has confirmed that it is working on an all-electric KUV100, which is expected to be launched in 2019. However, we should also expect the variant list to go up a lot sooner than that with the introduction of an AMT (automated manual transmission) unit in 2018. Mileage figures haven’t been officially revealed. Even with the new calculation methods for fuel efficiency, they shouldn’t be very different when compared to its predecessor.

KUV100 NXT Variants

With each engine, there are six variants on offer. The nomenclature reads – K2, K2+, K4, K4+, K6+, K8 and K8 Dual Tone. The K2 and K2+ variants are offered with a six-seat layout as standard. The others can be had with either five or six seats. If you are considering buying the KUV100, you should start thinking from the K4+ and just gloss over the cheaper ones. From the K4+ variant and above, you at least get basic safety features such as dual airbags and ABS. But if you want the funky dual-tone treatment, only the range-topping K8 will satisfy you.

KUV100 NXT Features

To ensure that the KUV100 NXT lasts longer than the original recipe, in other words more than 21 months, Mahindra has given its most affordable offering a more mature makeover. At the front, the redesigned bumper is accompanied by a bigger, sportier skid plate, the grille gets sharper chrome slats and is flanked by dual-barrel headlamps. The sides profile receives more prominent plastic cladding and the roof rails get their own subtle tweaks in styling. The alloy wheels have been to the beauty salon too and now flaunt a new look. The character lines at the sides and the rear of the hatch have been toned down a bit as well. Even the rear styling has been changed with a restyled bumper, which incorporates a faux silver skid plate, and clear-lens tail lamps with different internal graphics. Simply put, no matter how hard you try, you won’t be able to second Mahindra’s take on it being a ‘compact SUV’.

The cabin was always on the practical side for living and nonliving things. To match the competition though, Mahindra has equipped the KUV100 NXT with a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system which boasts built-in navigation and has the support for the company’s Bluesense and Intellipark technologies. The added convenience of follow-me-home and lead-me-to-vehicle headlamps come in handy too. On the dash, the old-school controls for the AC have been replaced by an electronic temperature control panel. With the facelift, the KUV100 NXT also gained Mahindra’s voice alert system and a gear shift indicator in the instrument cluster. The interior upholstery, including the seat covers, is all black for a sporty vibe. ABS comes as standard on all variants, whereas dual airbags are missing on the base K2 variant. The real downer is the absence of Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, which most of its direct rivals have on offer.

Mahindra KUV100 NXT Summary

Engine1198 CC
Mileage18.15 Kmpl
Seating Capacity6
Gear Box5 Speed
Fuel TypePetrol
Emission Norm ComplianceBS VI
Boot Space243 Liters
Max Torque115Nm@3500-3600rpm

Pros And Cons of Mahindra KUV100 NXT

Pros of Mahindra KUV100 NXTSUV-ish looks yet in a very compact footprint.

Good interior space with a practical cabin.

Can be had with a unique six-seater configuration. 
Cons of Mahindra KUV100 NXTThe ergonomics are awry.  

Lacks finesse and the quality could be better.

Uninteresting to drive

9. Mahindra e2o PLUS

India’s only an all-electric hatchback Mahindra e2o is priced in the range of Rs 7.57-11.57 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The design of this eco-friendly car is contemporary and although its footprint feels a bit smaller than the other cars, there is no dearth of space inside the cabin thanks to the use of innovative technology and less moving parts. The key highlights of the cabin include automatic climate control, touchscreen infotainment system with smartphone integration and a digital instrument cluster. Under the Hood, 280 Ah lithium-ion battery powers the Mahindra e2o Plus delivering the maximum power of 20.8 PS along with 70 Nm of Max torque. The Direct drive gearbox with two forward modes has been used by the Mahindra to channelize the power to the wheels. In Indian market, the likes of Tata Nano, Maruti Alto 800, and Hyundai Eon can be considered as adversaries to Mahindra e2o Plus.

Mahindra e2o PLUS Summary

Seating Capacity4
TechnologyLithium Ion
Fuel TypeElectric
Battery Capacity210 Ah-280 Ah
Power19kW @ 3500 r/min
Max Torque70Nm @ 1050 r/min

Pros And Cons of Mahindra e2o PLUS

Pros of Mahindra e2o PLUSContrary to popular belief – isn’t very expensive to run

Noiseless and environment friendly drive

Light controls are a breeze 
Cons of Mahindra e2o PLUSExtremely narrow and cramped cabin space  

Not a suited vehicle for highways runs 

Range anxiety is persistent 

10. Mahindra New Scorpio – Upcoming

Mahindra New Scorpio is expected to launch in India in Dec 2020 in the expected price range of ₹ 10.00 – 14.00 Lakh. Currently available cars which are similar to New Scorpio are Mahindra Bolero, Tata Nexon and Maruti Suzuki S-Cross. Another car similar to New Scorpio is Toyota Yaris Black Limited Edition which is launching in Nov 2020 in India.

Key Features:

New spy photos of the next-generation Mahindra Scorpio have surfaced online, and this time around we get to see the SUV’s production-spec 5-slot grille and front bumper. However, the rest of the SUV comes with temporary parts and it is still heavily camouflaged. The new image also indicates that the new Scorpio is likely to come with a bigger footprint and a more toned-down silhouette. Interestingly, Mahindra has recently trademarked different variations of the name Scorpio Sting, which could be the new moniker for the popular mid-size SUV.

Key Highlights on New Mahindra Scorpio Launch:

The new-gen model could be called Scorpio Sting
The new Scorpio will be based on an evolved ladder-on-frame platform
The new Scorpio Sting will also get turbo petrol and diesel engines
It will be bigger and get more premium features

New Mahindra Scorpio Summary:

Mahindra and Mahindra has started working on the next-generation Mahindra Scorpio SUV. First introduced in 2002, India has already sen three generations of the popular Sports Utility Vehicle, and now the fourth one is on its way. The next-gen Mahindra Scorpio is expected to be introduced in 2020 and will possibly receive the highest amount of upgrades seen so far. The new-gen model will comply with both, the new stringent safety norms, as well as, the Bharat Stage VI (BS6) emission norms.

Several prototype models of the upcoming Mahindra Scorpio have already been spotted testing in India and is internally codenamed Z101. Judging by the test mules seen so far, the new-gen Scorpio will be a lot bigger in terms of size, and will possibly take a new design route as well. The new generation model appears to be dramatically different from the outgoing Scorpio. Expect to see a lower roofline and larger proportions on the SUV with an upright front. The hood scoop seems to have been given a miss. The slated Mahindra grille though will make an appearance on the all-new version. The test mule further reveals flared wheel arches and a slightly raked windshield.

New Mahindra Scorpio Specifications

The new generation Mahindra Scorpio will continue to be based on a ladder-on-frame chassis, albeit of more rigid and sturdier construction, in line with the new crash norms. It’s also expected to be lights and induce lesser body roll and better stability than its predecessors. The SUV is also expected to draw power from a 2.0-litre diesel engine that will bump the power output to 158 bhp, from the current 138 bhp on offer. Transmission options will include a 6-speed manual transmission while an automatic will also be on offer along with All-Wheel Drive. The new generation Scorpio can also be expected with a petrol motor right from the start given the stringent emission norms of the future.

11. Mahindra eKUV100 Upcoming

Mahindra has finally launched the eKUV100 electric vehicle (EV) in India at Rs 8.25 lakh (ex-showroom). The KUV100 mini SUV-based EV gets a 15.9kWh liquid-cooled battery which is good for a claimed range of 147km. New features include connected car tech which allows you to set the temperature of the air conditioning before you get into the car. This is one of the most affordable EVs on sale in India and it rivals the Mahindra eVerito and Tata Tigor EV.

Mahindra e-KUV100 Price: The e-KUV100 is offered with a starting price of Rs 8.25 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). However, this pricing is only for the commercial buyers. 

Mahindra e-KUV100 Powertrain: It comes with a 15.9kWh battery pack that supports fast-charging option. With the help of this option, you can juice up the battery by up to 80 per cent in just one hour. The e-KUV100 offers a range of 147km with this battery pack.

Mahindra e-KUV100 Features: It is offered with connected car tech for features such as cabin precooling, location tracking, remote diagnostics, and monitoring the driving pattern of the driver as seen in the version that was showcased at Auto Expo 2018. Apart from this, it comes with standard safety features such as rear parking sensors, dual front airbags, front seatbelt alert, overspeeding alert, and ABS with EBD.

12. Mahindra New TUV300 BS6

Mahindra has begun testing the next generation TUV300 ahead of its launch that is likely to take place in 2021. The model has been spotted testing for the first time.

Spy images suggest that the new generation Mahindra TUV300 will receive an update to the fascia. These updates include a new honeycomb grille with the signature six slat design and a trapezoid shaped air dam. Also on offer will be a new set of headlamps.

Powering the current generation Mahindra TUV300 is a 1.5-litre, three cylinder, turbocharged diesel engine that produces 100bhp and 240 Nm of torque. This motor is paired to a five speed manual transmission.

13. Mahindra S204

Mahindra is working on a seven seater crossover, based on the Ssangyong Tivoli XLV. The model will be based on the XUV300, just as the latter is based on the regular Tivoli. The new seven seater has been codenamed as the S204.

The new Mahindra S204 could be unveiled in India in 2021 followed by the debut of the model in the European market in 2022. The seven seater crossover is expected to be powered by a set of 1.5-litre turbocharged direct injection petrol and diesel engine. The diesel motor will be similar to the unit seen on the Marazzo and the XUV300 while the petrol mill will be an all new unit. To be positioned above the XUV300 in the Indian product range, the model will take on the likes of the Hyundai Creta.

14. Mahindra TUV300 Plus Facelift BS6

Mahindra TUV300 Plus Facelift BS6 is expected to launch in India in Jun 2021 in the expected price range of ₹ 10.00 – 12.00 Lakh. Currently available cars which are similar to TUV300 Plus Facelift BS6 are Mahindra Bolero, Maruti Suzuki S-Cross and Mahindra XUV300. Another car similar to TUV300 Plus Facelift BS6 is Toyota Yaris Black Limited Edition which is launching in Nov 2020 in India.

15. Mahindra New XUV500

Mahindra XUV500 Launch and Prices: It will be launched in the first quarter of 2021 and we expect Mahindra to price it similar to the current-gen XUV500.

Mahindra XUV500 Engine:
 Mahindra is expected to offer a set of new BS6-compliant 2.0-litre petrol and diesel engines.

Mahindra XUV500 Features:
The 2020 XUV500 is expected to come with a bunch of changes in the interior department. It could get an all-digital instrument cluster, a 9-inch touchscreen infotainment system, and a panoramic sunroof.

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16. Mahindra e20 NXT

Mahindra will give its electric hatchback, e20 a facelift soon. The electric car will also receive a new suffix, ‘NXT’ and will be launcCompared to its predecessor, the upcoming facelift is likely to be more premium. With the addition of key styling elements such as reworked headlamps with LED units, and funkier alloy wheels, the facelift gets a refreshing look. Changes on the outside will be subtle as it will retain the four-door setup from the current model. Changes will also be made to the rear and it could sport side skirts for a sportier look. hed under the ‘Mahindra e20 NXT’ nameplate. The company even previewed the facelift at the 2018 Auto Expo in Greater Noida, earlier in February. It is expected that the updated EV will be launched in India sometime this year, though Mahindra has not revealed the exact timeline yet. With new updates, the Mahindra e20 NXT price in India is expected to be changed slightly.

17. Mahindra eXUV300

ahindra eXUV300 was showcased earlier this year, at the Auto Expo 2020, and is expected to debut in India during the second half of 2021. The specs of the XUV300’s electric twin haven’t been unveiled yet, but it will reportedly offer a driving range of around 370 km. Some reports claim that Mahindra will also launch a low-range variant of the eXUV300, which will serve as the entry-level, affordable model. This model can have a driving range between 200 km to 250 km.

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