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    Indian car sales September 2017: Winners and Losers

    1 year ago  by 

    Despite the GST clouds and the monsoon wreaking its havoc right till the end, the overall sales have reflected the festive spirit.

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    Tata Nexon vs. Mahindra TUV300 vs. Mahindra NuvoSport

    1 year ago  by 

    Here is how the Nexon fares against the old-school horses from Mahindra’s stable.

  • News

    Mahindra and Ford announce intent to explore strategic partnership

    1 year ago  by 

    Mahindra and Ford have announced intent to explore a strategic partnership

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    Honda WR-V Competition check

    2 years ago  by 

    While there are quite a few cars in the sub-four metre crossover space, the SUV styling of the WR-V puts it in competition with Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, the Ford Ecosport and the Mahindra Nuvosport. Let us find out how the WR-V performs.

     
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    Faulty fuel hose causes Mahindra to recall Scorpio and Nuvosport

    2 years ago  by 

    Mahindra and Mahindra Ltd announced a recall of all units of the Scorpio and Nuvosport manufactured before June 2016. They are wanted for a proactive inspection and rectification of a faulty ‘fuel hose’ in the engine compartment.

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    Mahindra offering benefits of Rs 57,000 on the Nuvosport

    2 years ago  by 

    Mahindra dealerships across the country are offering generous discounts and tempting offers on the Nuvosport. Customers can get discounts worth up to Rs 57,000 on the vehicle.

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    5 ways to accessorise your Mahindra NuvoSport

    3 years ago  by 

    The recently launched NuvoSport is now the centre of attention for Mahindra. Hoping to draw more customers to their latest offering, the company has released a long list of accessories to spruce up the mini SUV. In fact, to make the package more lucrative, Mahindra is offering them with a warranty.

  • Road Test

    Mahindra NuvoSport AMT First Drive Review

    3 years ago  by 

    Mahindra reckoned that its Quanto needed a new dose of life and in the process performed a nose job on the existing design before christening it the ‘NuvoSport’. In this episode, we review Mahindra’s five-speed AMT version and highlight the obvious dump of the clutch pedal. Here’s the gist.

  • Comparison Tests

    Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza vs Mahindra NuvoSport vs Ford EcoSport vs Hyundai i20 Active: Comparison test

    3 years ago  by 

    We have quite a selection here. An old school setup of a ladder-based SUV (read Mahindra NuvoSport); a more modern monocoque SUV (Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza); a car-based SUV (Ford EcoSport); and finally, a hatchback that thinks it’s an SUV (Hyundai i20 Active). But, they do have one thing in common; these are all under 4 metres and therefore classify as compact SUVs. Okay, maybe not the Hyundai so much, but we have good reason to bring in the Korean to this fight. Here’s why…

  • News

    Spec comparison: Mahindra NuvoSport Vs Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza Vs Ford EcoSport

    3 years ago  by 

    The rapidly expanding compact SUV segment in India has got yet another competitor and this time it is Mahindra that has brought a second player to the fight. It launched the TUV300 in 2015 and is now offering the NuvoSport as a more urban option in the same arena. Despite it pretty much the same car as the latter, we have decided to see how it stands up to its rivals the EcoSport and Vitara Brezza in a spec comparison test. Read on to find out more…. 

  • Road Test

    Mahindra NuvoSport First Drive Review

    3 years ago  by 

    The new Mahindra NuvoSport, according to its maker might be the ideal tool for adventure seekers, but behind the marketing curtain, it is the replacement of the Quanto. It uses the same shell as the Quanto – same doors and the same roof – but the NuvoSport sits on a new ladder-based platform. It's the same that underpins the Scorpio and the TUV300. So, it's lighter, more rigid and dynamically better set up than the older non-hydroformed chassis.

  • News

    Mahindra NuvoSport variants explained

    3 years ago  by 

    Mahindra Quanto gets a new replacement in form of the Mahindra NuvoSport. Launched in India at a starting price of Rs 7.35 lakh, the vehicle competes strongly against the recently launched Maruti’s Vitarra Brezza and Ford Ecosport. The newly launched Mahindra NuvoSport is available in six variants - N4, N4+, N6, N6 AMT, N8 and N8 AMT.

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    Next-gen Xylo likely to take design cues from NuvoSport

    3 years ago  by 

    The next generation Xylo is likely to pick up a large number of design cues from the NuvoSport compact crossover. Launched in India for Rs 7.42 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), the NuvoSport’s is the successor to the Quanto which was derived from the Xylo.   

  • Road Test

    Mahindra NuvoSport: First Look Review

    3 years ago  by 

    Not many know this but it’s the Mahindra Quanto that bucked the trend and kick-started the compact crossover rage among Indian buyers. With no signs of the EcoSport in Ford dealerships back then and the totally underwhelming Premier Rio as its only competition, the Quanto had it easy early on. 

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    New Mahindra NuvoSport Photo Gallery

    3 years ago  by 

    Mahindra is at the top of the hill when it comes to entry-level SUV and UV segments. What with all generations of the Scorpio and the Bolero bringing in massive sales, the brand has effectively managed to fend off competition for years. The compact crossover segment, on the other hand, has proved to be quite challenging for Mahindra, following the Quanto’s poor sales run. That said, the brand is having another crack at it with the new NuvoSport. Here’s a closer look at this freshly launched product. 

  • News

    Mahindra NuvoSport: All you need to know

    3 years ago  by 

    Mahindra’s much-discussed Quanto replacement is officially here. Called the NuvoSport, this new model may share its basic appearance with the now defunct Quanto, however, its Scorpio-derived underpinnings are fairly new meaning there are a lot of new bits in store for those looking to get their hands on a sporty crossover. Here’s all you need to know about the new NuvoSport.

  • News

    Mahindra launches the NuvoSport at Rs 7.35 lakh

    3 years ago  by 

    Mahindra has launched the NuvoSport for the Indian market at Rs 7.35 lakh (ex-showroom Thane). This is a sub four-metre compact SUV that replaces the Quanto in Mahindra’s lineup and is underpinned by the same modular platform found in the Scorpio and TUV300. There are six variants with one engine option, two transmissions and available in five colours.

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    Mahindra to launch NuvoSport tomorrow

    3 years ago  by 

    Mahindra will launch the NuvoSport crossover in India tomorrow. This is a new vehicle from the Mumbai-based automaker and is expected to replace the Quanto in its lineup.

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