Mahindra XUV400 gathers over 10,000 bookings; waiting period at 7 months

    Deliveries for the higher-spec EL variant will commence first, starting from March 2023.

    Published On Jan 30, 2023 06:18:00 PM


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    Mahindra opened bookings for the XUV400 electric SUV on January 26, and it has already amassed over 10,000 bookings. Mahindra has also revealed that the waiting period on the XUV400 currently stretches up to seven months. Based on the current supply scenario, Mahindra aims to deliver 20,000 units of the XUV400 within the first year of launch.

    1. XUV400 gets claimed range of up to 456km
    2. Available in two trims – EC and EL
    3. Waiting period already stretches up to seven months

    Mahindra will prioritise deliveries for the higher-spec XUV400 EL variant, starting March 2023. Meanwhile, deliveries for the lower-spec XUV400 EC variant will only commence during the festive season. Prices for the XUV400 currently range between Rs 15.99 lakh-18.99 lakh (ex-showroom), but do note that these are introductory prices, and only applicable for the first 5,000 bookings for each variant of the XUV400.

    Mahindra XUV400: powertrain, battery and range

    The XUV400 comes with two battery packs – 34.5kWh and 39.4kWh – and both power a front axle-mounted electric motor that produce 150hp and 310Nm of torque. The XUV400 with the 34.5kWh battery has a claimed range of 375km, while the one with the 39.4kWh battery has a range of 456km on a single charge as per the Indian driving cycle (MIDC). The XUV400 can be charged from 0-80 percent within 50 minutes, using a 50kW DC fast charger, and, as standard, Mahindra offers two charging options – a 3.3kW AC charger and a 7.2kW AC charger.

    Mahindra XUV400: variants, features and rivals

    As mentioned, the XUV400 is available in two trims – EC and EL. The EC is available with the smaller 34.5kWh battery pack with either a 3.3kW or 7.2kW AC charger. The EL trim, on the other hand, gets the larger 39.5kWh battery pack with only a 7.2kW AC charger.

    The top-spec XUV400 gets features like a 7.0-inch touchscreen with Mahindra’s AdrenoX software, a single-pane sunroof and connected car technology with over-the-air (OTA) updates. It gets up to six airbags, disc brakes on all four wheels, an IP67 rating for the battery pack and ISOFIX anchorages as safety kit.

    Currently, the only direct rival for the XUV400 is the Tata Nexon EV that’s priced between Rs 14.99 lakh-19.84 lakh (ex-showroom).

    Also See:

    Mahindra XUV700 prices hiked by up to Rs 64,000

    Mahindra Scorpio N prices hiked by up to Rs 1 lakh

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