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2019 Mahindra TUV300 official accessories detailed via brochure

Mahindra and Mahindra, having launched the 2019 TUV300 earlier this week, have now introduced an array of accessories that significantly enhance style, utility and safety of the 7 seater compact SUV. Mahindra TUV300 facelift gets accessories that can be divided into those which enhance styling, offer better utility and take protection up to new levels.

On the styling front, these accessories include new front bumper add ons, wheel arches and side body cladding. It also includes a rear bumper add on, a marker shroud kit and rooftop with integrated lights. To enhance looks even further, the automakers have added accessories such as side body decals, matte white and black floating roof wraps and wheel covers.

There are also 15” alloy wheels offered in choices of two different designs and hood scoops to contribute to a sportier exterior. Buyers can also opt for added accessories in terms of chrome finished ski racks, ORVMs, fog lamps and window line along with door handles, rear reflectors and license plates.

Accessories which are more for utility than show include rear bumper protection bar with step, a roof carrier pan and body side moulding. The list also contains aluminum/premium side step, handi rack and front bumper protection. Utility accessories in its interiors consist of seat covers in various options, floor mats and door sill protectors. It also includes a steering wheel cover, heads up display and rear entertaining facilities along with a car chiller and warmer box.

With new safety norms coming into effect, the 2019 Mahindra TUV300 gets front parking sensors as a part of its safety centric accessories. Each of these accessories for the new Mahindra TUV300 is available at the time of purchase at local dealerships while buyers can opt for online purchases via m2all.com

2019 Mahindra TUV300 is offered in five variants of T4+, T6+, T8, T10 and T10 (O). It is a sub 4 meter SUV that is positioned on a ladder frame architecture and has received its second major update ever since its initial launch in 2015. It continues to be powered by a 1.5 liter mHawk100, turbocharged, 3 cylinder diesel engine offering 100 bhp power and 240 Nm torque which also powered its earlier counterpart. The difference lies in the fact that while the older model got a 5 speed manual transmission and 5 speed automated manual transmission the 2019 TUV300 gets only a 5 speed manual transmission.

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