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    Rs. 8.43 - 10.46 Lakh
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    TUV300 Price List in India (Variants)

    VariantsLast Recorded PriceCompare
    1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 18.49 kmpl, 100 bhp
    Rs. 8.59 Lakh
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    1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 18.49 kmpl, 100 bhp
    Rs. 9.19 Lakh
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    1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 18.49 kmpl, 100 bhp
    Rs. 9.82 Lakh
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    1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 18.49 kmpl, 100 bhp
    Rs. 10.05 Lakh
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    1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 18.49 kmpl, 100 bhp
    Rs. 10.29 Lakh
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    1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 18.49 kmpl, 100 bhp
    Rs. 10.38 Lakh
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    1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 18.49 kmpl, 100 bhp
    Rs. 10.61 Lakh
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    Mahindra TUV300 Car Specifications

    PriceRs. 8.59 Lakh onwards
    Mileage18.49 kmpl
    Engine1493 cc
    Fuel TypeDiesel
    TransmissionManual
    Seating Capacity7 Seater

    Mahindra TUV300 Summary

    Mahindra TUV300 Price:

    Mahindra TUV300 price starts at Rs. 8.59 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 10.61 Lakh. The price of Diesel variant for TUV300 ranges between Rs. 8.59 Lakh - Rs. 10.61 Lakh.

    Mahindra TUV300 Variants:

    TUV300 is available in 7 variants. All the variants are Manual.

    Mahindra TUV300 Colours:

    TUV300 is offered in 7 colours: Pearl White, Highway Red, Majestic Silver, Bold Black, Mystic Copper, Highway Red, Bold Black and Silver, Bold Black. However, some of these colours are available in specific variants.

    Mahindra TUV300 Competitors:

    TUV300 is competing against Mahindra Bolero Neo, Mahindra Bolero, Maruti Suzuki Jimny, Maruti Suzuki Ertiga, Mahindra Thar, Force Motors Gurkha, Toyota Rumion, Citroen C3 Aircross and Kia Carens.

    How is the Mahindra TUV300 car?

    • Pros

      • Rugged ladder-on-frame construction
      • Ease of city manoeuvrability despite the size
      • Cushy and soft ride quality
    • Cons

      • High-speed ride and handling leaves a lot to be desired
      • Fit and finish isn’t as good as the competition
      • The jump seats are not fit for two. 

    Mahindra TUV300 Verdict

    The TUV is a the only seven-seater and also the only body-on-frame SUV in its segment. It is powered by a refined diesel motor, has a big spacious cabin and it also gives you a proper SUV experience. The soft ride quality is a boon which adds to its rugged appeal. But there’s no automatic transmission available after the update.

    Mahindra TUV300 Car Review

    2019 Mahindra TUV300 First Drive Review

    What is it?

    The 2019 Mahindra TUV300 seen here isn’t exactly a mid-life update. However, this is the first major facelift for TUV since its introduction half a decade ago. So now the boxy SUV from Mahindra’s stable has cosmetic tweaks both inside and out. And since the competition in the highly lucrative sub-four-metre SUV segment is heating up with hot new arrivals, this update for the TUV300 was a much-needed one. But have these changes made the Mahindra’s old-school sub-four metre SUV any better compared to its counterparts, or to its older self even? Let us find out. 

     

    In terms of styling, the five-slat grille now gets a piano-black finish. Also, there is a grille insert around the Mahindra logo finished in what Mahindra likes to call ‘black chrome’. There are new day-time-running lights, and they look really cool in its white illumination integrated into the smoked finished headlamps. Meanwhile, at the back, there are a new set of clear-lens tail lamps differentiating it from the older model whereas people with a keen eye will also notice the new ‘X-shaped’ spare wheel cover and a roof spoiler. Also, the bumpers get a faux skid plate with blacked out body cladding which runs along the side of the car this time. Apart from these changes, the TUV300 facelift now also gets two exterior colour options in addition to the existing ones – highway red and mystic copper. The former paint option looks handsome in metal especially with the dual-tone combination of black roof and greyish alloy wheels. All in all, the Mahindra TUV300 facelift is not a huge leap over the older model, but these requisite changes have lent it a fresh appeal to help it soldier on for a few more years. 

    How is it on the inside?

    Inside, it is evident that the cabin hasn’t been tinkered with much. Mahindra wants us to believe that the silver accents all around the dashboard and on the door pads are new, however, it is nothing more than a different colour of silver finish compared to the previous model. But what’s hard to miss is the new seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system which now gets a reverse parking camera and navigation. That said, the dual-tone black-beige cabin feels airy and has good visibility all around. The thin A-pillar and large mirrors also bring about a commanding driving position which is more SUV-like compared to all the other monocoque-based rivals

    We found the new upholstery of the updated TUV300 to be very impressive. It has a nice, soft feel to it with a faux quilted leather finish and we would definitely prefer it to the cloth or rexine upholstery. Apart from that, the driver height adjusts and lumbar support on both front seats provide comfortable seating for long distance commute. In terms of storage, the large and useful cubby holes in the centre console are more than sufficient, but we found the absence of any flat surface in the centre console to keep the phone or wallet rather inconvenient. All four door pad spaces are usable too and can hold a litre bottle easily. But then again, we think, the TUV300 can do a little better in terms of ergonomics so that all the buttons and switches can come to hand easily, especially while driving. 

    The seat at the back is a flat bench and it does take a little extra effort to get into them owing to the high ingress. And the limited knee room in the middle row makes things a little uncomfortable for taller people. Yet, what’s commendable is that the TUV300 can certainly fit three adults in the middle row. On the other hand, the high-set middle bench provides the occupants with a soaring outside view. But it needs to be mentioned that this rear bench lacks any kind of support for the passenger. Also the middle row – which does fold down flat – has an upright backrest angle. And so, it doesn’t have enough under-thigh support and hence isn’t a very comfortable place to be in.

    But what’s still cramped are the jump seats at the back. Mahindra doesn’t provide seatbelts for the two passengers even now. And although it is the only vehicle in its class to provide this 5+2 setup, there just isn’t enough space for two adults to be comfortable. And what spoils the fun is that even with the jump seats folded up, the usable cargo space is narrow and has a tall loading lip compared to its counterparts. 

    In terms of equipment, the TUV300 now gets dual front airbags, ABS, rear parking sensors, Eco mode, speed alert system, steering adjust, and seat belt reminder as standard fitment. The fully loaded T10 (O) trim which we have here comes kitted with electric mirrors, storage space below driver’s seat, armrest, two 12V sockets, follow-me-home lamps, four speakers with two twitters, new flip key, rear wiper/washer, engine start-stop function, and lumbar support. The connectivity includes Bluetooth, AUX and USB, however, it misses out on Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. 

    How does it drive?

    This is merely a facelift, so there are no drastic changes in terms of powertrain except that the 1.5-litre, three-cylinder mHawk100 diesel is now only available in the more powerful 100bhp output. Which means there is no 84bhp version now and Mahindra has also discontinued the AMT gearbox option. So the sole transmission option is the five-speed manual which sends power to rear wheels. 

    Upon turning on the ignition, there is barely any clatter from the diesel engine at idle or even off-the-line. Combine it with a light clutch and 240Nm of twisting force and the TUV300 feels like a very easy car to drive. This 1.5-litre diesel is, undoubtedly, refined, but one can argue that today you can have similarly priced compact SUVs that are powered by quieter engines. 

    Off the mark, the half-clutch action is smooth and there is an abundant amount of torque right from the word go. Getting on the throttle, the engine feels very tractable and refined for a three-cylinder. There’s ample amount of grunt between 1,500 and 2,800rpm and the TUV pulls easily in any gear. There’s little to none turbo lag, the power delivery and throttle response is linear and the car accelerates with urgency the moment you put the foot down, provided the engine is kept in the mid-range. Keep the throttle pinned and the engine runs out of steam close to 4,000rpm where it just makes a coarse noise without any go. So to get the best out of the engine, the TUV should be short shifted and driven in the mid-range. The combination of the torquey engine and well-balanced gear ratios also reduce the need for constant gearshifts. In fact, one can keep the SUV in the third or four gear all day. Which brings us to the gearbox. Despite the long throws, this gearbox is convenient to operate - especially if you compare it with the Mahindras of yesteryears. 

    However, all things considered, the ladder-on-frame construction isn’t the best combination for driving dynamics. Sure, the TUV300 is relaxed, can do long distances without breaking a sweat and will easily haul weights. But for quick driving, or enthusiastic overtakes, the TUV isn’t the one for it. The best way is to drive this Mahindra calmly as it absorbs every bad road you can possibly throw in its path. 

    Considering its body-on-frame construction, the TUV300 has noticeable body roll. Which is understandable given its boxy body and high ground clearance. The steering is vague, off the centre, and it tends to feel heavy at low speeds and while parking. But it gets better as soon as the car gets going. 

    And finally, the body-on-ladder has its advantages too. The TUV doesn’t bother with potholes, speed breakers or even badly paved roads. It isn’t flat while going over the rough patches. In fact, there are more than required jiggles when going over undulating surfaces. But never would it thud nor would you feel the sharp edges inside the cabin. Also, it can cruise at legal highway speeds with ease but anything above that and the TUV starts to feel skittish and doesn’t inspire enough confidence.

    Should I buy one?

    The Mahindra TUV300 after the cosmetic changes looks slightly better than the plain-Jane design of the older model. And with the added equipment, it is up to the mark with all the other rivals. However, it isn’t exactly an urban, modern-day city car. The other sub-four metre SUV from Mahindra’s stable – the XUV300 is the better choice for that. So then the TUV300 comes as the best bet for someone who regularly commutes over beaten paths, or has to frequently shuttle five-six people over longer distances. No wonder the TUV is a popular choice in tier 2 and tier 3 cities rather than metropolises. Its ladder-frame construction makes it a proper SUV with go-anywhere capabilities and it is the only one with a 5+2 seating in its class. Sure, the price tag of Rs 10.56 lakhs ex-showroom for this top-of-the-line trim isn’t exactly cheap. In fact, if the on-road price of this very variant is to be considered, it is quite close to several compact SUVs on sale in India that offer much better value.  

    Where does it fit in?

    The Mahindra TUV300 carries a sticker price that ranges from Rs 8.54 lakhs to Rs 10.56 lakhs ex-showroom. And that puts it in the competition where it locks horns with the likes of Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Ford EcoSport, Tata Nexon, Mahindra XUV300 and the new-comer Hyundai Venue. All these cars feel like a raised hatchback, while the TUV feels like a scaled down SUV, which says a lot about it.

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    Mahindra TUV300 Colours

    Mahindra TUV300 is available/sold in the following colours in India.

    Pearl White
    Pearl White

    Mahindra TUV300 Mileage

    Mahindra TUV300 mileage claimed by ARAI is 18.49 kmpl.

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    Diesel - Manual

    (1493 cc)

    18.49 kmpl17 kmpl
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    Mahindra TUV300 User Reviews

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    • TUV300 [2015-2019]

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    • Mahindra TUV300 T8
      Nice buying experience. The comfortable ride even on long drive. Economical maintenance. Best for off-roading especially in villages. Easily 9 people can be accommodated. As a trusted company, Mahindra has no doubt about building quality. Best for even a storm and heavy rainfall.
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    • Superb
      Nice car I want to buy this car it is very nice in driving,colour is so magnetic.
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    • Superb 7 seater review
      Driving experience would be better if it had Cruise control and a reverse parking camera, the rest of everything is like the cherry on the cake. Mahendra is doing very well and greatly thank you.
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    • One of the Best SUV.... Need Rear Camera and Rear A/c
      Increase the Service, more important Rear A/C and Rear Camera is most important in Future. Because the rear side Sensors are not working like Wire mesh in Gardens.... At that time Back side Bumps will Damaged most of Vehicle'... So its most Important..
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    • Mahindra TUV300 review
      This is awesome and comfort with safe drive, looking great features and better off-road and on road driving, best engine performance and pickup, great timing and service and maintenance.
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    • Fantastic Family ride
      Wonderful looks . I like it's performance ..you will feel 100% satisfaction. You will feel like using a sports vehicle with full of engineering n outfits ..you will love this Tuv ..
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    • Mahindra TUV 300: PRO and CONS
      I bought this car in February 2018, using it since then as a personal vehicle. I am going to divide my experience in pro and cons: PRO- 1. Its a not expensive rear wheel drive SUV. 2. Car's front is good although whole design is in a shape like rectangle. 3. It is a 7 seater. 4. Better mileage in segment. 5. Performance is good. The 3 cylinder engine produces 100 bhp and performs really good. 6. This car can be driven in only 5th gear on highways i.e. this car can go as low as 40 and as high as its top speed in 5th gear without vibrations and mine isn't a BS6 one. 7. Seats are comfortable. 2nd row has a long seat which provide a good thigh support. 8. Not a long vehicle its length is under 4 meter which makes it a city driven car. 9. Stable on high speed. 10. This car comes with 2 bug projectors and 2 headlamps and cornering lights. This amount of light is sufficient for highways and offroads. CONS- 1. Car struggles when u need to drive this car on uneven surface because it's an RWD. 2. It's a short SUV doesn't look good from side and back. 3. The infotainment system isn't good and stopped responding many times. 4. I had driven this car 21000 kms in 1 year and the turbo failed. Service centre took more than a week to change it and then they delivered the car dirty 5. Lack of features. 6. Gears aren't smooth.
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    • FLYWHEEL AND OTHER CLUTH PARTS GONE BAD
      I have purchased tuv300 in November 2018. Since then, it is giving problems while shifting gear. The first gear always very hard. After driving 8500 km, one day in the morning, gears were locked, I managed to put gear for 10-15 minutes. After driving 3 km, gears fail. I towed the vehicle to Mahindra Raj Vehicles, I.A., Chandigarh for repair. They told me to change the Flywheel, which was not available with them. They took two days and gave estimate about 31,500/- for changing flywheel and some other clutch parts. I am not satisfied with the expenses borne by me for this vehicle since so short period. Now, I have to take delivery of the vehicle today eve. Will post then my further review.
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    • mahindra car
      Mahindra TUV 300 very very and a very good car and this car ger amazing this car and space 7 shelter on the very very good space on the car Mahindra company lunch the car on amazing on this car this Mahindra car TUV 300.
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    • very bad
      such a bad experience .it's my worst decision on my life to buy Mahindra tuv t10 manual. it's 4 times i change clutch plater till my car drive only 43000 km. not recommended anybody to buy that car
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    FAQs About Mahindra TUV300

    Q: What is the price of Mahindra TUV300?
    Mahindra has stopped the production of Mahindra TUV300. The last recorded price of Mahindra TUV300 is Rs. 8.59 Lakh.

    Q: Which is TUV300 Top Model?
    The top model of Mahindra TUV300 is T10 (O) Dual Tone and the last recorded price for TUV300 T10 (O) Dual Tone is Rs. 10.61 Lakh.

    Q: Which car is better between TUV300 and Bolero Neo?
    Mahindra TUV300 price starts at Rs. 8.59 Lakh ex-showroom and it comes with 1493cc engine. Whereas, Bolero Neo price starts at Rs. 9.90 Lakh ex-showroom and it comes with 1493cc engine. Compare the two models to identify the best car for you.

    Q: Is there a new coming up TUV300?
    No, there is no running/upcoming Mahindra TUV300.

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