Mahindra XUV300 TurboSport launched at Rs 10.35 lakh

    The XUV300 TurboSport is Rs 35,000-49,000 more expensive than equivalent variants of the lower-spec turbo-petrol motor.

    Published On Oct 07, 2022 10:22:00 AM


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    Mahindra has launched the new XUV300 TurboSport in India with prices ranging between Rs 10.35 lakh-12.90 lakh (ex-showroom, India). The new 1.2-litre T-GDi turbo-petrol motor is the highest-spec powertrain available with the XUV300, topping the existing 1.2 turbo-petrol and 1.5 diesel engines. This new motor has been made available on the higher three trims of the XUV300 – W6, W8 and W8(O).

    • New turbo-petrol engine makes XUV300 the most powerful in its class
    • Cosmetic updates include new gloss black elements with red accents 
    • Bookings and deliveries to begin from October 10

    Here's a look at the detailed price list of the XUV300 TurboSport:

    Mahindra XUV300 TurboSport price (ex-showroom)
    MonotoneRs 10.35 lakhRs 11.65 lakhRs 12.75 lakh
    Dual Tone-Rs 11.80 lakhRs 12.90 lakh

    Mahindra XUV300 TurboSport: most powerful engine in its class

    The XUV300 TurboSport draws its power from a 130hp, 230Nm (250Nm with overboost function), 1.2-litre, three-cylinder, turbo-petrol unit that comes mated to a 6-speed manual transmission.

    In comparison to the existing 1.2-litre turbo-petrol MPFI engine, the new motor features a 250bar GDI (gasoline direct injection) fuel system that improves performance and fuel efficiency. Mahindra claims a 0-60kph sprint time of 5 seconds with the XUV300 TurboSport. 

    The XUV300 also gets a mild-hybrid start-stop system to further improve fuel efficiency and reduce CO2 emissions, and Mahindra claims that this new engine has a fuel economy of 18.2kpl.

    This new engine produces 20hp and 30Nm more than the older 110hp, 1.2-litre turbo-petrol unit, which makes the XUV300 the most powerful compact SUV in its class. Both turbo-petrol engines will co-exist, along with the 115hp, 1.5-litre diesel engine.

    Also See: Mahindra XUV300 TurboSport visual story 

    Mahindra XUV300 TurboSport: design, interior and features

    In terms of design, the front fascia gets a new gloss black grille with red inserts, while the chrome elements on the central air intake on the front bumper have been finished in red. It also gets Mahindra’s new Twin Peaks logo and blacked out wing mirrors. 

    Mahindra is also offering four new colour options, including dual-tone bronze with black roof, white with black roof and black with white roof, along with the bronze as a monotone option as well. 

    On the inside, the dual-tone black and beige interior theme has been swapped with an all-black theme that’s contrasted with silver accents on the dashboard, centre console and steering wheel. It also gets new chrome finished pedals. 

    As for features, the top-spec W8(O) trims of the XUV300 continues to come equipped with an electric sunroof, projector headlamps with LED Daytime Running Lamps, 16-inch alloys, dual-zone climate control, 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system, auto headlamps and wipers and leatherette upholstery. Safety features include 6 airbags, front and rear parking sensor, all-wheel disc brakes and ESP with hill start assist.  

    Also see: Mahindra XUV300 TurboSport: price, variants and features explained

    Mahindra XUV300 TurboSport: deliveries and rivals

    The updated XUV300 rivals turbo-petrol variants of the Hyundai VenueKia SonetRenault KigerNissan Magnite and Tata Nexon. The new XUV300 T-GDi TurboSport will be available for test drives, bookings and deliveries starting October 10, 2022 across India.

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    Mahindra Alturas G4 2WD High variant launched at Rs 30.68 lakh             

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    unknown - 417 days ago

    Interior looks drab and dated and the that shade of grey looks like it will not age well, when it looks so boring new just how will it age gracefully?

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