2018 Mahindra TUV 300 Plus Launched finally after much hype in the Indian market. The TUV 300 is claimed to be far more superior than the Xylo it replaces
Mahindra TUV 300 gained good attention in the market and was a practical choice for many. The car was an all-rounder, it was well-built and Mahindra’s strong service backup made a stronger case for buyers. Mahindra wants to grab more share of the market with their upcoming TUV 300 Plus. Customers will have the option to choose from five attractive colours, namely Majestic Silver, Glacier white, Bold Black, Dynamo Red and Molten Orange, and three variants – P4, P6 and P8. The TUV 300 Plus is priced at Rs. 9.47 lacs (ex-showroom Mumbai),
Mahindra’s TUV 300 was an SUV that did garner a good success and now the Indian giant wants to take it a notch above by launching the new ‘Plus’ version. The TUV300 PLUS makes a powerful and stylish statement with its imposing stance, big footprint (length 4400mm, width 1835 mm & height 1812 mm) and its real SUV character defined by the aggressive front grille, large alloy wheels (215/70 R16), Equipped with Cushion Suspension Technology. and rear wheel drive.
The interiors are designed by legendary Italian design house, Pininfarina, and the faux leather seats give the TUV300 PLUS a premium feel. It also comes with steering mounted audio & phone controls, a rear defogger along with wash & wipe, a driver seat height adjuster, armrests for the front row, a convenient storage tray below the driver’s seat and lead-me-to-vehicle & follow-me-home headlamps.
The TUV300 PLUS offers a host of hi-tech features, such as the 17.8 cm Touchscreen Infotainment System with GPS navigation and 4 speakers + 2 tweeters, Bluesense App, ECO mode, Micro Hybrid Technology, Brake Energy Regeneration Technology, Intellipark Reverse Assist, AC ECO mode and Driver Information System.
As the Xylo is now becoming outdated, the TUV 300 Plus will take its place and to seal the deal it is offered in a 9 seater layout with multiple seating configurations with the low-spec versions getting the last row seats facing each other. The new TUV will be powered by the mHawk D120 1.99 litre diesel engine and will give a power output of 121.5 PS and a torque of 280 Nm which sends power through a 6-speed gearbox. It will rival the likes of the Maruti Suzuki Ertiga and the Honda BR-V while also crawling up into the market of premium compact SUVs.
TUV300 PLUS will come with customised AMC options starting from Rs. 0.31/km and extended shield warranty (up to 5 years) for complete peace of mind. The servicing teams ensure a quick turnaround time for a hassle-free service experience.
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