Mahindra XUV W9 Variant Launched with a lot of features and comes in two gearbox option, but without AWD. XUV still offers 7 seats
Mahindra today announced the launch of a new W9 variant in the New Age XUV500. The W9 variant is equipped with features such as an Electric Sunroof with Anti-pinch, Reverse Camera with Dynamic Assist,18cm (7 inch) Touchscreen Infotainment System, Industry First Ecosense Technology, Android Auto, Emergency Call, Dual Airbags & more and is available at just Rs.15.45 lacs (Ex-showroom, Delhi).
Since its launch in 2011, the XUV500 has been a pioneer in providing innovative hi-tech features that are not available even in vehicles that are almost double its price. The introduction of these hi-end features at such a competitive price point will generate a lot of interest amongst prospects who are evaluating SUVs in the price range of 14 lacs to 18 lacs. By introducing these features at this price, XUV500 has a chance to stand against the all new Jeep Compass.
XUV500 W9 will be available in both manual and automatic transmission. XUV500 is the only SUV in its class that offers aspirational feature like electric sunroof, and with the launch of W9 today – electric sunroof will be available in 2 variants – W9 and W10.
KEY FEATURES OF THE XUV500 W9 VARIANT
· Electric Sunroof with Anti-pinch
· 7” (18 Cm) Touchscreen Infotainment System
· Reverse Camera with Dynamic Assist
· Ecosense Technology
· Emergency Call
· Android Auto
· Static Bending Headlamps
· Dual Airbags
· ABS with EBD
· ESP with Rollover Mitigation
· Push Button Start
· Passive Keyless Entry
Mahindra continues to offer the same 2.2 litre diesel turbo motor which makes 140 PS of power and 330 Nm torque. Engine comes with a manual and superb automatic gearbox. The manufacturer has removed primiarly removed the AWD version and offered a new variant to make it more lucrative to majority of the market who do not need AWD. Jeep Compass is working really well in this exact same price and variant bracket. These features on XUV W9 variant makes it more tempting indeed. Let’s see how Mahindra holds before the 170 BHP variant rolls of and then the wait for all new XUV will begin.