Mahindra TUV300 Summary
|Max Power||100 bhp @ 3750 rpm|
Mahindra TUV300 Price List in India
Mahindra TUV300 price start at ₹ 8.54 Lakh and goes up to ₹ 10.55 Lakh. Check out the entire Mahindra TUV300 variants on-road price in India. Get more info on Mahindra TUV300 new models, videos, latest news, and the up-to-date TUV300 four wheeler ex-showroom price.
Mahindra TUV300 Variants Price
|TUV300 Variants||Ex-showroom Price||Compare|
|1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 18.49 kmpl||₹ 8.54 Lakh|
|1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 18.49 kmpl||₹ 9.14 Lakh|
|1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 18.49 kmpl||₹ 9.77 Lakh|
|1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 18.49 kmpl||₹ 10 Lakh|
|1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 18.49 kmpl||₹ 10.23 Lakh|
|1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 18.49 kmpl||₹ 10.32 Lakh|
|1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 18.49 kmpl||₹ 10.55 Lakh|
Mahindra TUV300 Colours
- Pearl White
- Highway Red
- Majestic Silver
- Bold Black
- Mystic Copper
- Bold Black
Mahindra TUV300 Highlights
Think of the Mahindra TUV300 as a smaller Scorpio, which is under 4m in length and has all the tax advantages of a small car. The Mahindra TUV300 to the Scorpio is, then, what the XUV300 is to the XUV500.
While many of the mainstream manufacturers have stepped into the compact sub-4m SUV space, it’s Mahindra with the largest number of offerings here. First launched in 2015, the TUV300 was given a new lease of life in 2019 with a facelift and a minor bump in Mahindra TUV300 price. Here’s what’s changed.
Since this is only a minor facelift, the Mahindra TUV300 new model looks largely the same as the model it replaces. What’s new here are the re-profiled headlamps, which now have LED inserts at the bottom. The bumper is new too, and it appears to be chunkier than before. In profile, the only noticeable change is the use of blacked-out alloy wheels, which are similar in size as the pre-facelift model.
On the rear, the TUV300 gets a set of new clear-lens LED taillamps, a roof spoiler, and a new X-shaped spare wheel cover. The addition of reverse parking sensors is a nice and needful touch, although these would have looked better in body colour.
The Mahindra TUV300 variants, namely, are T4 Plus, T6 Plus, T8, T10, T10 (O). The T10 variant is also available with a dual-tone shade. The top-spec variant of the TUV300 gets some nifty new additions such as a 7.0-inch touchscreen, electrically adjustable mirrors, remote central locking, steering-mounted audio controls, Eco driving mode, engine start-stop system, and rear wiper/washer.
All versions of the Mahindra TUV300 now get dual airbags, ABS, rear parking sensors, speed alert system and a seatbelt reminder in line with the latest safety norms.
Apart from the addition of some new equipment, there isn’t anything new inside the TUV300. You still sit facing a three-spoke steering wheel (which should have been leather-wrapped) and an instrument cluster with two analogue dials and a MID. Taking the centre stage is a 7.0-inch touchscreen, which, sadly misses out on both Apple Carplay and Android Auto.
Other than that, the seats remain the same. It still gets a 7-seat layout, of which the two jump seats in the boot are best for children. Apart from that, there is plenty of space for the front and middle-row passengers.
Engine Specifications & Performance
With the facelift, Mahindra has discontinued the AMT derivative of the TUV300, meaning the same 1.5-litre three-cylinder diesel now comes with a 5-speed manual gearbox as a sole fit. It is available in a single state now, capable of producing 100bhp and 240Nm of torque.