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    Mahindra TUV300 [2015-2019]

    Version
    T4
    City
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    ₹ 7.80 Lakh
    Last Recorded Price

    Mahindra TUV300 [2015-2019] Key Specifications

    Price₹ 7.80 Lakh onwards
    Mileage18.49 kmpl
    Engine1493 to 2179 cc
    TransmissionManual & AMT
    Fuel TypeDiesel
    Seating Capacity7 & 9 Seater

    Mahindra TUV300 [2015-2019] Summary

    Mahindra TUV300 [2015-2019] Price:

    Mahindra TUV300 [2015-2019] price starts at ₹ 7.80 Lakh and goes upto ₹ 11.10 Lakh. The price of Diesel variant for TUV300 [2015-2019] ranges between ₹ 7.80 Lakh - ₹ 11.10 Lakh.

    Mahindra TUV300 [2015-2019] Versions:

    TUV300 [2015-2019] is available in 15 variants. Out of these 15 variants, 10 are Manual and 5 are AMT.

    Mahindra TUV300 [2015-2019] Colours:

    TUV300 [2015-2019] is offered in 8 colours: Bold Black, Molten Orange, Majestic Silver, Dynamo Red, Glacier White, Silver/Black, Red/Black and Pearl White. However, some of these colours are available in specific versions.

    Mahindra TUV300 [2015-2019] Competitors:

    TUV300 [2015-2019] is competing against Maruti Suzuki Ertiga, Mahindra XUV300, Nissan Kicks, Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Ford EcoSport, Mahindra Scorpio, Honda WR-V, Maruti Suzuki XL6 and Tata Nexon.

    TUV300 [2015-2019] Price List in India (Versions)

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    T4

    ₹ 7.80 Lakh
    1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 18.49 kmpl
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    T4 Plus

    ₹ 8.44 Lakh
    1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 18.49 kmpl
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    T6

    ₹ 8.47 Lakh
    1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 18.49 kmpl
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    T6 Plus

    ₹ 9.02 Lakh
    1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 18.49 kmpl
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    T6 Plus AMT

    ₹ 9.38 Lakh
    1493 cc, Diesel, AMT, 18.49 kmpl
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    T8

    ₹ 9.38 Lakh
    1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 18.49 kmpl
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    T8 mHAWK100

    ₹ 9.73 Lakh
    1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 18.49 kmpl
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    T10

    ₹ 10.05 Lakh
    1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 18.49 kmpl
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    T8 AMT

    ₹ 10.06 Lakh
    1493 cc, Diesel, AMT, 18.49 kmpl
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    T10 Dual Tone

    ₹ 10.28 Lakh
    1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 18.49 kmpl
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    T8 AMT mHAWK100

    ₹ 10.44 Lakh
    1493 cc, Diesel, AMT, 18.49 kmpl
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    T10 AMT

    ₹ 10.95 Lakh
    1493 cc, Diesel, AMT
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    T10 AMT Dual Tone

    ₹ 11.10 Lakh
    1493 cc, Diesel, AMT
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    T8 mHAWK100 Dual Tone

    ₹ N/A
    1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 18.49 kmpl
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    P4 Plus

    ₹ N/A
    2179 cc, Diesel, Manual, 18.49 kmpl
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    CarWale's Take

    • Good Things
      • Feels tough
      • Surprisingly easy to drive
      • Comfortable ride quality
    • Could be Better
      • Engine feels underpowered
      • High-speed stability isn’t great
      • Interior quality

    TUV300 [2015-2019] Verdict

    The TUV is a full-sized SUV which is powered by a refined motor, has a big spacious cabin and it also gives you a proper SUV experience. But other than that, there isn’t much going for the TUV. The ride is bumpy at highway speeds and interior fit and finish isn’t that great either.

    TUV300 [2015-2019] Review

    On paper, it is the replacement for the odd-looking, thirsty and shortened version of the Mahindra Xylo, also known as the Quanto. In the real world, the new Mahindra TUV300 couldn’t be more different (read better) from the chopped Xylo

    What is it?

    As for its roots, the new Mahindra TUV300 sits on a shortened version of the new Scorpio’s body-on-ladder platform. And therefore, compared to the Quanto, the TUV is lighter, more rigid and dynamically more capable. It also gets an improved engine with lots of friction reducing and lightened components, which should make the TUV significantly more efficient in the real world.

    How is it inside?

    Surprisingly good! It’s spacious, good on features and practicality, and the build quality isn’t bad either. The TUV300 is sold as a 5+2 seater, but with no seat belts for the jump seats in the boot, we’d label this only as a 5-seater, no more. Now, even though the TUV300 is sub-4m car, it has enough head, shoulder and knee room to challenge the likes of the Duster. And, that’s saying something! Plus, the seats - front and back - are firm, supportive and accommodating. And the ones at the front also get usable armrests.

    Add to it enough storage space, cup and bottle holders, and charging points, not to mention Bluetooth telephony, steering-mounted audio controls and parking sensors, and the TUV300 makes for one convenient car to spend long hours in, driving or otherwise. But, it is the fact that one can opt for airbags and ABS on any TUV trim level which truly sets this SUV apart. This is forward thinking in our book, especially for its class of cars.

     

    How does it drive?

    …like a body-on-ladder SUV that thinks it’s a ballet dancer. We know Mahindra made huge improvements in the new Scorpio in areas like chassis, suspension and braking. And, that learning can be seen on the TUV300 as well. Moreover, because the TUV is lighter, and it has a more squarish footprint, this sub-4m SUV feels better still around a series of bends; it is more composed, lighter on its feet when making direction changes, and more stable and less wayward under hard braking. The steering feels more alive and sharper too.

    But, among its class of cars, the TUV300 is still found wanting; I guess, there’s just no getting away from all that weight that comes from being a ladder-based SUV. The TUV300 rolls around - at times excessively - when driven hard around corners. And, because it has a blocky tread pattern, grip levels aren’t great either, especially in the wet.

    But, the body-on-ladder construction has its advantages too. For one, having such an SUV means, one doesn’t have to bother with the potholes, the speed breakers, the waterlogged underpasses, or the end of the world, the TUV just sails through it all. It is hardy; it smothers almost everything in its way; and even though it has an underlying stiffness to its ride, not to mention, the jiggle characteristic of body-on-ladder construction, the TUV300 still makes for a planted and pleasing ride.

    As with the TUV300’s ride quality, its engine - the 1.5-litre, three-cylinder diesel with 84bhp and 230Nm of peak torque – is agreeable too. It is refined for a three cylinder, and quiet. It has good low and mid-range torque which makes driving in the city a breeze. It doesn’t require frequent gear changes, for it pulls without hesitation even from as low as 1,400rpm.

    Moreover, there’s hardly any turbo lag; the power delivery and throttle response is linear; and the TUV300 has a light, progressive and easy-on-the-calf clutch operation.

    However, unlike other Mahindra engines, this one seems a bit weak when it comes to packing in performance, especially towards the top. In fact, if you like driving quickly, prefer quick overtakes, or even a healthy top speed, the TUV just won’t do it for you. Not only does the engine lose steam by the time it hits 3,500rpm, it also gets noisy. The best way to drive this Mahindra then is to short shift, and ride the mid- range.

    Should I buy one?

    If you can digest that styling, I don’t see many reasons why you shouldn’t. Sure, the engine could do with a bit more grunt, and the ride quality could be more car-like, but these are no way near poor to be deal breakers. Plus, it has its upsides: there’s space, features, safety kit, and the ability to take on the rough; in other words, it’s a quintessential SUV. The price at Rs 8.5 lakh ex-showroom for this the top of the line T8 version is tempting too.

    Where does it fit in?

    Mahindra believes the TUV300 is competition to the Ford EcoSport and the lower-specced versions of the Renault Duster. But, both the EcoSport and the Duster are monocoque SUVs and the TUV will find it hard to better the two when it comes to dynamics or fuel efficiency plainly on account of being heavier. It does have space, price and ruggedness in its favour, no doubt. But the question is, will it be enough?

     
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    TUV300 [2015-2019] Alternatives

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    TUV300 [2015-2019] Colours

    Mahindra TUV300 [2015-2019] is available/sold in the following colours in India.

    Bold Black
    Bold Black

    Mahindra TUV300 [2015-2019] Mileage

    Fuel TypeTransmissionARAI Mileage

    Diesel

    (1493 cc)

    Manual18.49 kmpl

    Diesel

    (1493 cc)

    AMT18.49 kmpl

    Diesel

    (2179 cc)

    Manual18.49 kmpl

    FAQs About Mahindra TUV300 [2015-2019]

    Q: What is the price of Mahindra TUV300 [2015-2019]?
    Mahindra has stopped the production of Mahindra TUV300 [2015-2019]. The last recorded price of Mahindra TUV300 [2015-2019] is ₹ 7.80 Lakh.

    Q: Which is TUV300 [2015-2019] Top Model?
    The top model of Mahindra TUV300 [2015-2019] is T10 AMT Dual Tone and the last recorded price for TUV300 [2015-2019] T10 AMT Dual Tone is ₹ 11.10 Lakh.

    Q: Which car is better between TUV300 [2015-2019] and Ertiga?
    Mahindra TUV300 [2015-2019] price starts at ₹ 7.80 Lakh ex-showroom and it comes with 1493cc engine. Whereas, Ertiga price starts at ₹ 7.69 Lakh ex-showroom and it comes with 1462cc engine. Compare the two models to identify the best car for you.

    Q: Is there a new coming up TUV300 [2015-2019]?
    No, there is no running/upcoming Mahindra TUV300 [2015-2019].

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    Mahindra TUV300 [2015-2019] User Reviews

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