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Mahindra XUV500 Facelift Launched In India At ₹ 12.32 Lakh, Review, Features

Mahindra XUV500 Facelift Launched In India At ₹ 12.32 Lakh, Review, Features : The 2018 Mahindra XUV500 facelift today launched its sale procedures in the nation India at the price of Rs. 12.32 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). Manly this was offered in 5 diesel variants and on the other side, one optional variant. The updated XUV500 arrived with both petrol and diesel engines, in manual and automatic transmission option.

Alongside the major host of exterior and interior updates, the SUV can all set to have the powerful mHawk155 diesel engine on which offer that makes 155 bhp, at the same time because the output of the petrol engine remains unchanged.

The Mahindra XUV500 can have an update post almost three years, and now, with the enhanced styling, better features which give more powerful diesel engine, the SUV is more equipped to have on the likes of the Tata Hexa and the Jeep Compass.

Prices of the 2018 Mahindra XUV500 Facelift

Variants Diesel MT Diesel AT Petrol AT
W5 ₹ 12.32 Lakh NA NA
W7 ₹ 13.58 Lakh ₹ 14.78 Lakh NA
W9 ₹ 15.23 Lakh ₹ 16.43 Lakh NA
W11 ₹ 16.43 Lakh ₹ 17.63 Lakh NA
W11 (O) ₹ 16.68 Lakh ₹ 17.88 Lakh NA
W11 G (AT) NA NA ₹ 15.43 Lakh

 

Both the petrol and diesel models arrive with their respective 2.2-litre, four-cylinder, mHawk diesel engines, that is now arrived with the 6th generation electronically controlled variable geometry turbocharger (EVGT).

This one is mentioned before, the diesel engine churns out a maximum of 153 bhp at 3750 rpm which develops a peak torque of 360 Nm at 1750-2800 rpm.

This petrol motor, on the other side, develops 138 bhp at 4500 rpm and 320 Nm of peak torque at 2000-3000 rpm. Transmission options are consists of the six-speed synchromesh manual gearbox, and an Aisin sourced six-speed automatic unit.

The exterior modify on the Mahindra XUV500 facelift will be consists of the restyled front and rear portions. Up front, the SUV arrives with a new generously proportioned grille with chrome surrounds and chrome inserts that can appear in the center, flanked by a pair of new larger projector headlamps with integrated LED daytime running lights.

This front bumper has somehow revised and now it received a massive central airdam and chrome accents for the tear-duct-shaped foglamps. The XUV500 will be also going to have an optional 18-inch alloy wheel for the top-end W11 trim, at the same time as the rest gets 17-inch wheels as standard.

Regarding the sector of dimensions, the SUV remains unaffected and unchanged with a total length of 4585 mm, a width of 1890 mm, a height of 1785 mm and a wheelbase of 2700 mm.

The cabin somehow updated its new features, and now the top-end model arrived with revised seats upholstered in new quilted tan and black two-tone leather, at the same time as the interior will be going to have a new dual tone black and grey treatment.

This has been stated that the dashboard design looks very akin to the pre-facelift model with the same steering wheel, centre console, and aircon vents.

This centre stage on the dashboard is taken by a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with GPS, USB (Audio / Video), and Bluetooth. This new scheme and system all arrived with the Android Auto, Connected Apps, and Ecosense.

Other features consist – electric sunroof with anti-pinch, logo projection lamps on ORVMs, push-button start/stop, keyless entry, and rain sensing wipers.

This SUV also features a 6-way power adjustable driver seat, fully automatic climate control, steering wheel with tilt and telescopic function, electrically operable ORVMs.

Safety description and characteristics’ are consists of the dual airbags and ABD with EBD as a standard which actually offering its all variant and six airbags (including side and curtain) on the top-end model, along with ESP with rollover mitigation which hill hold and hill descent control.