Mahindra has introduced the new and updated TUV300 called the ‘Bold New TUV 300’. The facelift comes in with design updates and new and exciting features which price stands at Rs.8.38 lakhs, ex-sh.
It is based on a chassis derived from the Mahindra Scorpio and comprises of a tough body shell made of high strength steel that enhances occupant safety. The new TUV300 has also been introduced with Cushion Suspension Technology and optimized ride height offer a better drive experience.
The Mahindra TUV 300 facelift is presented in new color schemes of Highway Red and Mystic Copper, along with dual tone Red + Black / Silver + Black, Bold Black, Majestic Silver and Pearl White. In addition to the variants of T4+, T6+, T8 and T10), there will also be an optional pack, T10 (O). The 7 seater Mahindra TUV300 facelift gets powered by a mHAWK100 engine offering 100 bhp power and 240 Nm torque mated to a 5 speed manual transmission
On board features include a new styled front grille with black finish, square shaped fog lamps which are positioned lower on the bumper and also given a black finish, smoked headlamps with DRLs and clear lens tail lamps. A new roof mounted spoiler has been added to the facelift while it continues to sit on alloy wheels. The new TUV300 also gets muscular side cladding and chin plate and an X shaped metallic grey spare wheel cover.
Interiors of the Mahindra TUV300 have been designed by Italian design house, Pininfarina. It gets updates with silver accents seen throughout its interior makeup for a more premium stance. The interiors also sport a new 17.8cm infotainment system with SPG, static bending headlamps and micro hybrid technology. The top of the line T10(O) gets leatherette seats with lumbar support while other than these the interiors continue to sport the same design as compared to its earlier counterpart.
The TUV 300 facelift gets updated safety features with driver airbag, ABS, rear parking sensors, seat belt warning and high speed alert. These are offered as standard across all variants to help it meet Bharat New Vehicle Safety Assessment Program (BNVSAP) that come into effect this August.