2021 Mahindra XUV300 Review, Specs, Engine, & Release Date Rumours – Reservations for the car had opened up in January 2019 and the company has said, that the XUV300 has already obtained 4000 bookings.
Mahindra is all set to launch the XUV300 in the Indian market and we’ve currently driven it. Yes, there’s a lot of expectation about Mahindra’s subcompact SUV which is based on the Tivoli and this rings in a new era of design too for the carmaker. The XUV300’s design takes inspiration from its elder sibling, the XUV500 and indeed each takes motivation from the cheetah. Bookings for the car had opened up in January 2019 and the company has now said, that the XUV300 has already obtained 4000 reservations. The company has additionally stated that it has received more than 60,000 inquiries across the country for the subcompact SUV.
It’s seldom that Mahindra reveal the reserving or inquiry figures of any of their cars, but clearly the XUV300 has the attention of the group and that’s because the SUV comes with a host of very best-in-segment features like – 7 airbags, sunroof, LED projector headlamps and LED taillamps, 17-inch alloy wheels and much more. It also gets into a section, which has observed the optimum development in the previous few years; a growth which is double-digit. Upon launch, the new Mahindra XUV300 will go up against the loves of the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, and Ford EcoSport.
Visually, the new Mahindra XUV300 keeps the Cheetah-inspired styling with a sharp-looking face, a curvy profile and a strong position. Up front, the SUV gets this single unit impact thanks to the headlamps, fog lights, LED day time running lights and chrome slat previously mentioned the grille. The grille alone is sleek with chrome inserts, while the headlamps come with LED projector lighting. The SUV runs on a set of 17-inch alloy wheels with silver roof rails and a sunroof as well. The rear section, on the other hand, includes fashionable LED taillamps, a properly-shaped tailgate, roof-mounted spoiler and a beefy rear fender with a large silver skid dish. Under the hood, the Mahindra XUV300 becomes 1.2-litre petrol and a 1.5-liter diesel engine, which is basically a de-tuned version of the engine on the Marazzo. The 1.5-liter diesel can make 115 bhp and grows a torque of 300 Nm. The petrol generates 108 bhp and 200 Nm of torque. There’s no automatic variant on offer with either of the engine options but the company states that its programs to launch one soon.