Mahindra TUV300 2019 Launched; Prices Start At Rs 8.38 Lakh

Modified On May 07, 2019 10:03 AM By Dhruv Paliwal for Mahindra TUV 300 at CarDekho.com

Mahindra’s body-on-frame sub-4m SUV gets its mid-life update that adds aesthetic elements along with additional features

  • Launched in September 2015, this is the first major update.

  • Priced between Rs 8.38 lakh and Rs 10.41 lakh (ex-showroom Mumbai).

  • Majority of the changes are cosmetic.

  • The 1.5-litre diesel is now only available in the higher state of tune.

  • AMT gearbox has been discontinued; manual-only offering now.

  • New range topping T10 (O) variant added to the lineup.

  • Rivals monocoque SUVs such as the Vitara Brezza, EcoSport, Nexon, etc.

Mahindra has launched the TUV300 facelift in India at a starting price of Rs 8.38 lakh (ex-showroom Mumbai). The TUV300 was first launched in India back in September 2015 and this is the first major update the sub-4 metre offering from Mahindra has received till date.

The updated TUV300 can be had in five variants plus a few combinations that add a dual tone paint scheme to the SUV. Have a look at the prices below. The T10 (O) variant has been added to the lineup for the first time.

 

Variant

TUV300 Facelift

TUV300 (Old)

Difference

T4+

Rs 8.38 lakh

Rs 8.28 lakh

Rs 10,000

T6+

Rs 8.98 lakh

Rs 8.86 lakh

Rs 12,000

T8

Rs 9.62 lakh

Rs 9.58 lakh

Rs 4,000

T10

Rs 9.90 lakh

Rs 9.90 lakh

0

T10 Dual Tone

Rs 10.13 lakh

Rs 10.13 lakh

0

T10 (O)

Rs 10.17 lakh

NA

NA

T10 (O) Dual Tone

Rs 10.41 lakh

NA

NA

All prices are ex-showroom Mumbai.

Speaking of changes, a majority of them are cosmetic in nature. Starting with the front fascia, Mahindra has reworked the front grille, which now comes with a piano black finish. The air dam below that has also been reworked and now features a honeycomb pattern.

The headlamps have been tweaked and now feature LED DRLs and a smoked finish. Other updates include side cladding and an X-shaped spare wheel cover. The tail lamps now feature a clear lens cover. The gun metal finished alloy wheels, however, are carried forward from the pre-facelift T10 variant. Mahindra has added a couple of new exterior paint options (Highway Red and Mystic Copper) and it continues to offer optional dual-tone paint scheme too.

On the inside, it remains largely identical to the previous model save for the new silver accents. Mahindra continues to offer a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system but it does not get support for Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. Another notable absence is the lack of automatic climate control.

The standard set of safety features remain the same as before, which means the TUV300 continues to come equipped with dual front airbags, ABS with EBD and ISOFIX child seat anchors on all variants. However, Mahindra has thrown in a rear view camera into the mix this time around.

Under the bonnet, the powerplant remains the same 1.5-litre diesel engine that produces 100PS of power and 240Nm of peak torque. Earlier, it could be had with a 5-speed MT as well as an AMT. However, Mahindra is now offering the sub-4 metre SUV with just the manual transmission. This engine also used to be available in a lower state of tune (84PS/230Nm) before, which too was offered with an optional AMT gearbox. However, these options have been discontinued as well.

While the TUV300 does not have any direct rivals, its clashes with other sub-4 metre SUVs like the Ford EcoSport and Honda WR-V in terms of prices. Does the new styling of the TUV300 appeal to you? Let us know in the comments below and stay tuned to CarDekho for more updated on the Mahindra TUV300.

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