In the photos, we can see that this MPV gets many of the standard Mahindra bits like steering wheel and the dashboard. However, what appears to be new in these images is that the cabin will be black with a new design for the AC/climate control knobs. On an added note, the spy photographer has also found that this car will come fitted with disc brakes all around.
The U321 will be Mahindra’s answer to the Maruti Suzuki Ertiga as well as the Honda BR-V. Though, MPVs have lost their appeal in India, the Ertiga continues to fare well for large family buyers as well as the fleet market.