Mahindra XUV, Bold new styling. Cutting-edge technology. Premium new interiors. Make way for an all-new predator. Make way for the New Age XUV500. One look at the intimidating cheetah-inspired exterior, and you’ll find it hard to look away. Step in and you’re greeted by luxury so grand, you won’t want to step out again. Beneath the hood, improved dynamic torque delivers driving pleasure on any terrain. And the enhanced suspension gives you superior ride and handling. Brimming with exciting new age technology, the New Age XUV500 has been designed for a whole new experience.
New STATIC BENDING PROJECTOR HEADLAMPS WITH STYLISH LIGHT GUIDES.
These high-intensity projector headlamps put daylight between the New Age XUV500 and its competition. They have the unique ability of lighting up curves when you turn the steering to tackle one. So there will never be a surprise around the corner.
The Mahindra XUV500 has undergone a facelift. This new updated version of the XUV500 gets a new grille with the vertical slats getting chrome treatment, then there is also the new headlamps. The LED design on the headlamp has been changed. The XUV500 gets subtle updates at the rear as it now looks a lot more timid in design. There is no change on the side profile part of the XUV500. Mahindra XUV500 comes in seven colours, options which are Dolphin Grey, Moondust Silver, Opulent Purple, Pearl White, Sunset Orange, Tuscan Red, Volcano Black.
The interior styling of the XUV500 has been refreshed. The interiors do look premium and this SUV has stylish looking instrument panel. The new black and beige dual tone combination makes the XUV500 feel a lot more premium then before. In terms of features it gets smart key, push button for start and stop, touchscreen music system with reverse parking camera, and even GPS. The other new additional features on the XUV500 are sun roof, climate control system, tyre-tropics, micro-hybrid and even regenerative braking.
Engine & Transmission
The XUV500 has a 2.2-litre mHawk engine that churns about 140bhp of power at 3750rpm, while the engine torque is 330Nm between 1600rpm to 2800rpm. This powers the rear or all the four wheels through a six-speed manual or automatic transmission. The new automatic transmission is an AISIN gearbox. This is the new generation gearbox that Mahindra is using on the XUV500. For Delhi, Mahindra has introduced a sleeved version of the mHawk for Delhi where diesel cars with more than 2000cc of displacement have been banned. The 1.99-litre engine is supposed to develop the same power and torque figures as the 2.2-litre engine as per the Indian car manufacturer.
Performance and Handling
One of the strong pointers for the XUV500 is its performance. The mHawk engine has sufficient torque at most of the engine speeds that makes it good enough to be driven on a daily basis. The power even on the highways is good enough.
The Mahindra XUV500 has strong braking system with all four disc brakes and then there is ABS (anti-lock braking system) with EBD (electronic brake distribution). The other assisting features for braking include electronic stability program, hill hold control and even traction control.
The 2197 cc Diesel - powered variant delivers a fuel economy of 14 kmpl in city and 16 kmpl on highways.
The Mahindra XUV500 comes with six airbags on the high variants, then there is ABs with EBD. The higher variants also come with ESP that comes with rollover mitigation, hill hold, side impact beams and even disc brakes for all four wheels.
The facelift version of the Mahindra XUV500 has better features and even enhanced fuel-efficiency. Now with an automatic, this becomes a great product to procure.
The Mahindra XUV500 competes with the Hyundai Creta and the Tata Hexa when it comes to pricing. The XUV500 is offering seven seats instead of five, while the Creta feels more car-like and compact to drive. This segment has neck tight competition and Mahindra is offering one of the best set of features in its flagship model.
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