Mahindra Quanto review, test drive

    Mahindra brings hatch benefits to a compact SUV, but does it work? Read our comprehensive review.

    Published on Nov 21, 2012 07:11:00 PM

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    Despite its considerable weight and cliff-like aerodynamics, the Quanto was surprisingly fuel efficient, and though it’s nowhere near as frugal as a hatchback, it acquitted itself quite well with figures of 11.4kpl in the city and 16.1kpl on the highway. A fuel tank capacity of 55 litres gives it a practical range of over 700km on the highway between fills.

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