Turned SsangYong Tivoli with a very attractive price tag beats sales recordsMarch 15, 2019
The model entered the Indian market only last month, but this time was enough for the new crossover to seriously interest local motorists.
In February 2019, Indian motorists gained access to the Mahindra XUV300, a new budget crossover that is redesigned by the SsangYong Tivoli. In one month, dealers issued about 13,000 pre-orders for a new SUV. Experts of the local edition of Indianautosblog associate such a stir with a competent pricing policy and a good set of options, which Mahindra has equipped the novelty with.
In appearance, the Mahindra XUV300 can find a lot of “roll call” with the Mahindra XUV500 crossover, but the design of the stern is very original. In this case, the back door developers “copied” with SsangYong Tivoli.
Salon cars, by the way, slightly differ from the interior of the “donor”. The manufacturer used in the design of beige plastic, changed the center console, put a new steering wheel and reworked the dashboard. Another difference – the trunk of a smaller volume (265 liters versus 243-x).
Under the hood of the Indian cross-country crossover, there is either a 1.2-liter petrol turbo engine with 110 hp capacity or a 117-strong turbo diesel engine, which is the “brainchild” of Mahindra. So far there is only one transmission – a six-speed “mechanic”, but the company promises to add this “robot” to this list. By 2020, the model will receive an electric modification. For the most budget version of Mahindra XUV300 ask 790 thousand rupees
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