Mahindra KUV100 price, variants explained

The KUV100 gets ABS as standard across all four trim levels along with a separate option pack for dual front airbags; launch on January 15, 2016.

Mahindra has launched the KUV100 compact SUV. The new KUV100 also comes with Mahindra’s all-new mFalcon engine family offering both petrol and diesel engine options. The KUV100 is being aimed squarely at buyers of the Hyundai Grand i10 and the Maruti Swift. 
The KUV100 comes in four variants – K2, K4, K6 and K8. Mahindra offers a safety pack that includes dual airbags across all variants. ABS will be standard across all trims. Here’s a look at the KUV100 pricing and variants. 
 
Here's a break-up of all equipment and pricing that is being offered on the Mahindra KUV100.

Mahindra KUV100 K2 (Base) Petrol: Rs 4.42 lakh / Diesel Rs 5.22 lakh
Mahindra KUV100 K2+ Petrol Rs 4.64 lakh / Diesel Rs 5.44 lakh

  • Body-coloured bumpers
  • Rear spoiler
  • Power steering with tilt function
  • Manual AC with heater
  • Front arm rest
  • Gearshift indicator
  • ABS with EBD and engine immobiliser.
  • Steel wheels
  • Available as a six-seater only. 

Mahindra KUV100 K4 Petrol Rs 4.77 lakh / Diesel Rs 5.57 lakh
Mahindra KUV100 K4+ Petrol Rs 4.99 lakh / Diesel Rs 5.79 lakh

  • Body coloured door handles and wing flaps
  • Wheel-arch cladding
  • Mud flaps and wheel caps
  • Foldable rear seat
  • Power windows
  • Central locking

Mahindra KUV100 K6 Petrol Rs 5.36 lakh / Diesel Rs 6.21 lakh
Mahindra KUV100 K6+ Petrol Rs 5.58 lakh / Diesel Rs 6.43 lakh

  • Chrome inserts on front grille
  • Blackened B-pillar
  • Roof rails and roof-mounted antenna
  • Door-side cladding
  • Piano black trim on centre console
  • Driver's seat height adjust.
  • Rear arm rest
  • Key-less entry
  • Electrically adjustable wing mirrors
  • Cooled glovebox
  • Follow-me-home headlamps with front door puddle lamps
  • Infotainment system with four speakers and two tweeters
  • Drive modes: Power and Eco

Mahindra KUV100 K8 Petrol Rs 5.91 lakh / Rs 6.76 lakh

  • Front fog lamps with chrome inserts
  • Puddle lamps for all doors
  • Silver accents on rear door handles
  • 12-spoke alloy wheels
  • Micro Hybrid feature
  • Daytime running lamps.

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