Mahindra will introduce a revised version of the XUV300 in the upcoming year in addition to a number of other eagerly-awaited vehicles, such as the popular Thar 5-door. The refreshed XUV300 has been undergoing road trials and is spotted once again, revealing some crucial details. To start with, the updated version of the car is expected to have several changes made to the front and rear sections. These include LED DRLs that are similar to the Mahindra XUV700, a slim grille, new split LED headlights, refreshed front and rear bumpers, patterned alloy wheels, and linked LED taillights.
According to the new interior spy photos that have surfaced online, the SUV has a dual-tone interior theme with white seat upholstery, a bigger infotainment unit, a modified centre console, a new steering wheel, and an electronic parking brake, among other features. Although it is too early to comment on the price, the car is assumed to cost more than the present model, which has a starting price of Rs 7.99 lakh (ex-showroom).
Mahindra XUV300 Facelift: A Detailed Peek Into Interior
The most recent spy photos show that the SUV is sporting a new dashboard design. An automatic parking brake function, an auto-dimming IRVM, a bigger infotainment system, and a new digital instrument cluster also seem to be included. An official announcement has not been made, although a 10.25-inch touchscreen is anticipated. The infotainment system on the existing XUV300 is a 7-inch in size.
Furthermore, the spy photos show a single-pane sunroof. According to market rumors, the carmaker may offer the highest-spec models of the vehicle with a panoramic sunroof. If this turns out to be accurate, the XUV300 will be the first sub-4-metre SUV with this functionality. In terms of features, the upcoming Mahindra car is probably going to have a wireless phone charger, a 360-degree camera, and more.
Mahindra XUV300 Facelift: Powertrain
It is unlikely that the SUV will undergo any mechanical changes. The 1.5-litre diesel and 1.2-litre turbo-petrol engine options, mated to manual or automatic transmissions, are anticipated to remain part of the facelift's powertrain lineup.
Mahindra XUV300 Facelift: Competitors
Following its introduction in India, the XUV300 Facelift will compete with the Maruti Suzuki Brezza, the Kia Sonet, the Nissan Magnite, the Hyundai Venue, and other vehicles.