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    Mahindra XUV400 Price

    Mahindra XUV400 price for the base model starts at Rs. 15.99 Lakh and the top model price goes upto Rs. 19.19 Lakh (Avg. ex-showroom). XUV400 price for 4 variants is listed below.

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    34.5 kWh, Electric, Automatic, 375 Km
    Rs. 15.99 Lakh
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    Mahindra XUV400 Car Specifications

    PriceRs. 15.99 Lakh onwards
    Fuel TypeElectric
    Driving Range375 to 456 km
    Safety5 Star (Global NCAP)
    TransmissionAutomatic
    Seating Capacity5 Seater
    Battery Capacity34.5 to 39.4 kWh

    Mahindra XUV400 Summary

    Price

    Mahindra XUV400 price ranges between Rs. 15.99 Lakh - Rs. 19.19 Lakh depending on the variant selected.

    When was the XUV400 launched?

    The Mahindra XUV400 was launched in India on 16 January, 2023.

    What variants does it get?

    The XUV400 is offered in two variants including EL and EC.

    What features are available in the XUV400? (keywords: MMV feature/feature list)

    Exterior:

    Design-wise, the XUV400 EV features a blanked-off grille, projector headlamps with LED DRLs, 16-inch alloy wheels, an integrated spoiler, revised LED tail lights, all four disc brakes, and copper-coloured inserts all around.

    Interior:

    The interiors of the model receive an electric sunroof, BlueSense connected car technology, drive modes, a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment unit with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, six airbags, and a reverse parking camera with guidelines.

    The XUV400, which has a seating capacity of five occupants, is offered in six colours, namely Arctic Blue, Everest White, Galaxy Grey, Napoli Black, Infinity Blue, and Infinity Blue a Satin Copper roof.

    What are the Battery pack, powertrain of the XUV400?

    The Mahindra XUV400 is offered with two battery pack options, including a 34.5kWh unit and a 39.4kWh unit in the EC and EL variants respectively. These batteries produce a common output of 150bhp and 310Nm of torque.

    What is the charging time and range of the XUV400?

    The XUV400 EV can be charged via a 3.3kW charger that recharges the battery from 0-100 per cent in 13 hours, while the 7.2kW charger enables the car to be charged from 0-100 per cent in 6.5 hours. The EL and EC variants return an MIDC-certified range of 456km and 375km respectively.

    Is the XUV400 a safe car?

    The XUV400 has not undergone an NCAP crash test. 

    What are the rivals to the XUV400?

    The XUV400 rivals the likes of the Tata Nexon EV.

    How is the Mahindra XUV400 car?

    • Pros

      • Excellent promised range - Claimed range is 456km; could deliver slightly above 350km
      • Peppy performance - Claimed 0-100kmph time of 8.3 seconds is quicker than the Nexon
      • Ride quality - Dampers have tech used on the XUV700/Scorpio N that improves the ride
      • Under-thigh support - Is pretty good despite the higher floor to accommodate the battery
      • Boot space - The 378-litres is the highest in the segment, but not by a large margin
    • Cons

      • Average interiors - The quality of materials/dash design looks markedly dated in an EV
      • Instrument console - Dated dials, the seven-inch screen looks tiny for an electric SUV
      • Too similar to the XUV300 - Mahindra could have done better to make the XUV400 stand out

    Mahindra XUV400 2023 Verdict

    The Mahindra XUV400 aims to provide much-needed competition and a viable option to the Nexon EV. Our first impressions reveal that the XUV400 seems to have what it takes. 

    Mahindra XUV400 Car Review

    This is Mahindra's first EV as a part of its future plans

    What is it?

    Left Front Three Quarter

    Mahindra recently made a huge announcement about their foray into the electric segment, announcing five new eSUVs and their brand new platform, Inglo. However, the new brands, the XUVe and BE, don’t arrive till the end of 2024, which is over two years away. But till then, Mahindra needed something to fortify its presence in the mainstream eSUV market, and that’s where the XUV 400 comes in.

    Just like its direct competition, the Tata Nexon, which was made to be an internal combustion engine machine and then adapted to become an EV, the XUV 400 is basically the XUV 300 now adapted into an EV. Pricing is the Nexon EV’s greatest ally, and being alone in that price segment meant it has become extremely popular and that segment is exactly where the XUV 400 is aiming.

    What’s new inside and what is on the feature list?

    Dashboard

    The XUV 400 might be based on the 300, but it’s slightly longer, thanks to a slightly redesigned rear.  So being 4200mm in length and with a wheelbase of 2600mm, it definitely has the Nexon beat in terms of space. The driving position remains identical, which is not a bad thing. The front seats are comfortable and offer good support. A brief session on the rear bench showed us there is enough legroom. The floor is now higher thanks to the battery placed below, but even then, the under-thigh support is pretty acceptable. Boot space at 378 litres is also the highest in the segment but not by much.

    Front Row Seats

    While the space and ergonomics are pretty good, the quality of materials and the design of the dash are where Mahindra seems to have missed the boat. The dashboard design is identical to the 300, and while it looked a little dated in the 300, it looks even more so in an EV. Mahindra has gone with an all-black finish on the dash with copper inserts. Sadly it’s only the copper inserts that look good. The black finish on the buttons seems cheap, and we are not sure if the grainy effect on the paint is deliberate or just a bad finish. Even the lettering on the buttons is barely visible. 

    Instrument Cluster

    Then there is the instrument console. The analogue dials have enough neon effect but look dated on an EV. We are used to seeing snazzy graphics and animations in EVs, which is important to give it a futuristic appeal, but all that is missing here. And then we finally come to the infotainment system. The seven-inch screen looks tiny for an electric SUV. Heck, even the new Alto now gets a seven-inch screen. Even the display is dull, although it worked fine in its Beta version. We think Mahindra could have done better and made more changes to make the XUV 400 stand out from the 300. Like even the charge-port opening lid switch still has a fuel icon on it and making it more EV-specific would not have cost much but would have definitely shown more effort from Mahindra.

    Boot Release Lever/Fuel Lid Release Lever

    Apart from the Apple CarPlay and Android Auto-equipped infotainment system, the XUV 400 also gets the Blue-sense mobile app, driver assessment and vehicle information in the infotainment system, steering mounted controls and an electric sunroof. The car that we drove is the top-spec version with six airbags, all-four disc brakes, ISOFIX child seat mounting points and ABS with EBD and traction control.

    What’s it like to drive?

    Left Front Three Quarter

    First up, let’s make this clear that although this was a car off the production line, it wasn’t the final product with a lot of features not activated. Powering the XUV 400 is a 39.4 kWh battery pack. The motor makes an impressive 147bhp and 310Nm of torque. The 400 also gets three driving modes, and no, it’s not zip-zap-zoom; instead, this time, it is Fun, Fast and Fearless. 

    Left Front Three Quarter

    Starting with Fun, this is the least powerful mode. The steering feels the lightest here, and the throttle response is most subdued. Fast mode steps things up a bit, and the steering gets more weight. The difference in throttle response is immediately noticeable, and it’s much sharper here. In Fearless mode, at least in this pre-production model, one literally had to be fearless. Acceleration, as expected, is the strongest here and with traction control still not activated, the XUV 400 would just light up its front tyres instantly. Mahindra claims a 0-100kmph time of 8.3 seconds which is slightly quicker than the Nexon. While we drove the car in closed conditions, out in the real world, the XUV 400 should have more than enough performance for everyday use.

    Right Side View

    What we also noticed was the ride quality. Mahindra has equipped the 400 with shock absorbers that get MTV-CL and frequency-dependent damping, which we also see in the XUV 700 and the new Scorpio N. And what we can say is that it works great. While we did not really get a bad road simulation at the Mahindra facility, we did manage to get it over some rumble strips and speed breakers. The ride quality feels pliant and should work very well on the roads.

    Dashboard

    Handling, too, is pretty good, with the XUV 400 offering a decent steering feel. Body-roll is well in check, but then we couldn’t really push it all the way because of the lack of traction control. Going into a corner, the XUV 400 would light up its tyres with bucket loads of power understeer and end up going straight unless we completely backed off the throttle. Hopefully, it will be much better once the traction control is enabled.

    Engine Shot

    Getting to the important aspects, the range and charging bit. Mahindra claims an ARAI-certified range of 456km. We couldn’t gauge that figure while driving the car because the display in our cars wasn’t showing the range and the battery percentage. But we expect the actual range to be slightly above 350km, something that we will test once the car is launched.

    EV Car Charging Input Plug

    As for charging, the battery pack can be charged from 0-80% via a 50kW DC fast charger in just 50 minutes, while with a 7.2kW/32A outlet, it takes 6 hours 30 minutes for 0-100% charge and the same is achieved in 13 hours while using a standard 3.3 kW/16A domestic socket. During the unveiling of the XUV400, Mahindra had said that it was currently working on plans with various charging partners for roadside charging, showroom charging facilities and home charging options. It would announce these plans closer to the car's launch in early January 2023.

    How does it compare and what’s the price?

    Rear View

    While Mahindra says that the XUV 400 will slot in between the B and C segment eSUVs, which is basically between the Tata Nexon EV Max and the MG ZS EV, we think it’s a direct competitor to the Nexon EV Max only. As we mentioned before, one of the greatest strengths of the Nexon EV is its price. It is the most affordable eSUV and a good one at that. The Mahindra XUV 400 aims to provide some much-needed competition and a viable option to the Nexon EV. On paper, the XUV 400 does have what it takes. It’s got more space, more power and not to mention more range. But interiors and quality are still something that Mahindra needs to get right. What we drove wasn’t the final product, and Mahindra promises that it will receive plenty of updates and changes by the time it is launched in Jan 2023. 

    Rear Badge

    We expect the XUV 400 to be priced in the range of Rs 17 lakh to Rs 22 lakh, which should be on par with the Nexon EV, but can Mahindra dish out a surprise? We just need to wait and watch.

    Photography: Kapil Angane

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    Mahindra XUV400 2023 is available/sold in the following colours in India.

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    Mahindra XUV400 range claimed by ARAI is 415.5 Km.

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      Car is very smooth and amazing feel to drive this car. All functions and system is new and upgraded to another car. I like to drive this car and available to best cost to another car to same features.
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      This car is severely overpriced. Tesla Model 3 costs 35000 USD which is 30 lacs. It has a 15-inch screen, a digital cluster, and autonomous driving. When Tesla can make a car in 30 Lacs in the USA where labor cost and parts are so expensive. Mahindra could have easily got it in 20 lacs if they wanted. An old car XUV 300. No R&D is needed, just put in some LEDs and sell the car for a Crazy price.
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      Good car for these era and new generation car with hold whole ev sector, experience is good while driving, the car looks were amazing, service is also good, pros and cons also good to me.
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    • Amazing
      I have not Mahindra 400 I just watch it. it's a great experience to see it and I like it and want to buy it. I like its mileage and interior it's an amazing car I like Mahindra Motors and I have had Mahindra Xylo last 12 years. Driving Mahindra is a great experience for me but my dream is to buy Ev so I want to purchase Xuv 400.
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      I wasted 4 hours very first day when I went to get a car, some technical problem was there. Now after a few days at 420 km running, again I am stuck at 50 kms away from my place with starting problem. Very unrealistic from Mahindra that's too it's my first car. They sent back car after 3 days, and on every second day the same issue and ev lead of the West zone said I will send a technician tomorrow.
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    FAQs About Mahindra XUV400

    Price
    Q: What is the on road price of Mahindra XUV400 base model?
    The on-road price of Mahindra XUV400 base model is Rs. 15.99 Lakh which includes a registration cost of Rs. 4830, insurance premium of Rs. 97949 and additional charges of Rs. 2000.

    Q: What is the on road price of Mahindra XUV400 top model?
    The on-road price of Mahindra XUV400 top model is Rs. 19.19 Lakh which includes a registration cost of Rs. 4830, insurance premium of Rs. 112082 and additional charges of Rs. 2000.

    Performance
    Q: What is the ARAI driving range of Mahindra XUV400?
    The ARAI driving range of Mahindra XUV400 is 375 Km.

    Q: What is the top speed of Mahindra XUV400?
    Mahindra XUV400 has a top speed of 150 Kmph.

    Specifications
    Q: What is the battery capacity in Mahindra XUV400?
    Mahindra XUV400 has a battery capacity of 39.4 kWh.

    Q: What is the seating capacity in Mahindra XUV400?
    Mahindra XUV400 has a seating capacity of 5 people.

    Q: What are the dimensions of Mahindra XUV400?
    The dimensions of Mahindra XUV400 include its length of 4200 mm, width of 1821 mm and height of 1634 mm. The wheelbase of the Mahindra XUV400 is 2600 mm.

    Features
    Q: Is Mahindra XUV400 available in 4x4 variant?
    No, Mahindra XUV400 doesn't come with four wheel drive option.

    Safety
    Q: How many airbags does Mahindra XUV400 get?
    The top Model of Mahindra XUV400 has 6 airbags. The XUV400 has driver, front passenger, 2 curtain, driver side and front passenger side airbags.

    Q: Does Mahindra XUV400 get ABS?
    Yes, all variants of Mahindra XUV400 have ABS. ABS is a great accident prevention technology, allowing drivers to steer while braking hard.

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