XUV 300 by Mahindra launched in India for 7.90L


Mahindra comes with XUV 300 within a short time from the launch of Alturas G4. Interestingly, Mahindra is working very hard to roll out as many models and concepts as possible. Now with the launch of the small brother for XUV 500, this car is set to create new benchmarks.

The all-new XUV 300 was launched in India this February 14 in three variants. This sub- 4 metre SUV will be above TUV 300 in the hierarchy. Coming in 3 variants namely  W4, W6, W8, the car will be in the price range of 7.90L to 10.80L. On the other hand, there is an optional W8 (O) variant with an additional 1.19L.


This compact SUV comes with diesel as well as petrol options. The 1.5L four-cylinder diesel engine from Marazzo. It will be giving the power of 115bhp power and 300Nm of peak torque. On the other hand,  the 1.2L three cylinders turbocharged petrol engine will churn out 110bhp power and 200Nm of torque. We can say that this car has a very strong torque reserve.

Apart from the outer specifications, the XUV 300 would be coming with dual airbags, ABS, disc brakes for all wheels, electric sunroof, auto dimming IRVM, rain sensing wipers, cruise control, and 6-speed gear train also. In addition to it, the car would be coming with dual-zone automatic climate control, front parking sensors, 7 airbags and day time running LED lights for the top end variant.

Additionally, the top end model will be equipped with 17- inch alloy wheels, 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay, ambient lighting, and heated mirrors. Whereas the starting model will be coming audio system with four speakers, electric tailgate release, gearshift indicator, and ISOFIX.


Coming to the design and structure, XUV 300 more or less looks like a small brother of Suzuki Vitara Brezza. There are rectangular grille and air intake with chrome finish. The day time running LED DRLs continuing vertically connecting the fog lights. The front face gets an aggressive look while the side profile runs simply with bold wheel arches dominating at both the ends. The sloping roofline merges with the inclined boot door where the tail lights are eye-catching. and the dominating back bumper. But then the boot space is a bit problem with high loading point and little space to offer.

XUV 300 shares its design structure from the Ssangyong Tivoli, the sister brand of Mahindra. The interiors are cool yet common with dual tone dashboard accommodating the audio system, controls, and other buttons. The leather upholstery plays a key role in pleasantness.

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