Mahindra recently launched the facelifted TUV300 in the Indian market. The drivetrain remains the same, but the carmaker has brought in cosmetic updates and added new features to the cabin. What's more, the seven-seater SUV also gets some more safety features. Here's a picture gallery that gets into the intricate details of the updates to the TUV300.
The Mahindra TUV300 facelift now gets two exterior colour options in addition to the existing ones. These include highway red and mystic copper.
As for the exterior appearance, the most noticeable change is the new gloss-black grille. This is paired with the chrome accents that still continue to bring in the bling factor to fascia.
Look closely and you will notice a smoked effect on the headlamps. Even the bumpers get this darkened treatment, however, with the new gloss-black touches.
There's a new set of muscular side claddings with a chin plate as well. The latter one protects the SUV’s undercarriage from small impacts and unwanted dirt.
Round at the back is a new spare wheel cover with a new semi-exposed unit. This slightly altered X-shaped metallic grey cover not only holds the spare wheel, but also adds a bit of flair.
The tail lamps are also tweaked and now sport a clear-lens look. Besides, the gloss black accents from the front bumper are also carried over to the rear.
Inside the seven-seater SUV, the luxury quotient has been upped thanks to the plush leatherette seats. Besides, the new silver accents also add to the overall appeal.
A small yet practical update to the touch-screen display is pairing it with a reverse parking camera. This feature was earlier missing even in the top-spec version of the TUV300.
In terms of safety features, the SUV gets dual-front airbags, ABS with EBD and Cornering Brake Control (CBC). Then, there's automatic door locking and ISOFIX mounts in the second row.