2020 BS6 Mahindra TUV 300 will be cleaner in the emission tests and will retain same performance as well
Launched in 2015, the Mahindra TUV 300 where in TUV stands for Tough Utility Vehicle has been in the market past 4 years and has seen a few changes here and there. But 4 years down the line and it’s time for some major upgrades, and no hide and seek but we all know it’s about the BS-VI compliancy.
The new TUV 300 has been spied testing near Mahindra’s Chennai R&D centre, the same place where we spotted it’s siblings on a run. With the new BS-VI norms, the TUV300 is expected to be cleaner in terms of emissions.
The outgoing TUV300 has packed only a Diesel motor till date but with the evolving norms and stringent rules which might affect the sales of Diesel vehicles, a petrol variant can also be expected. Manufacturers have been making a plethora of changes to their fleet and making sure the next batch of vehicles abide by the laws which no doubt will lead to a price hike in the coming future.
But in between all these changes, one thing that’s for sure is the power figures not going down anytime soon and the car would deliver the same or even better numbers.The outgoing TUV 300 packs in two engine options, a 1.5 litre mHawk i3 Diesel motor and another 2.2L DW12 mHawk i4 Diesel motor. 2020 BS6 Mahindra TUV 300 should retain the same. The only transmission available are 5 speed manual and 5 speed automatic transmission. 2020 BS6 Mahindra TUV 300 should get an revised AMT like the XUV 300.