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The basic shape of the XUV500 is same as before but styling updates make it look different.
Chrome lining on window line is a subtle change at the sides. Chrome garnish atop rear number plate mount is new too.
New grille, more contoured bonnet and restyled bumper lend XUV500 its new face.
Revised headlights also get Z-shaped LED light guides.
17-inch alloy wheels get new design.
Updated XUV sees the introduction of the new range-topping W10 variant.
2.2-litre mHawk engine has been tweaked but power and torque figures are unchanged.
New black and beige theme gives the cabin a more upmarket look. Quality sees an improvement too.
Seats get new beige leather upholstery while W10 versions also feature electric driver's seat adjust.
Comfortable middle row also scores on space.
Third row is cramped and only suitable for short stints.
Updated touchscreen is smooth in operation and also boasts enhanced functionality.
Reverse camera is new to the XUV500. Guide lines are a useful feature.
Top-spec W10 version features keyless entry and go.
Sunroof is one of the big reasons many will be interested in the top-spec W10 version.
New aluminium pedals look sporty.
XUV500's gearing has been reworked for better in-city driveability.
Mahindra has made changes to the shocks, springs, anti-roll bars and steering on this update.
While torque steer is down, the XUV500's dynamics are still not perfect.
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