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Quite some time has passed since the launch of Mahindra XUV300 on the Indian roads. So it is time for the Mahindra XUV300 Review 2019. The automaker is on a roll with at least threeproducts launched in 6 months. All of these cars can be said to be passing the test of the Indian market with flying colours, the third being the XUV300. This addition is a sub-4-metre SUV which follows the same nomenclature as that of its sibling - the XUV500. The car is a part of a rapidly growing segment that has caught the eye of a lot of buyers. Mahindra XUV300 has proved itself as a strong rival of VitaraBrezza with some segment-first features.
A cool design inspired from SsangYong Tivoli
The platform for the SsangYong Tivoli has been taken as the base for the development of the XUV300. The A-pillars and the front cowl are exactly the same as on the Tivoli, even the overall chassis. Most of the body panels are new, and a lot of work had gone into trimming the car to a size of less than 4 m to get into the tax-saving category. The car definitely gets a lot of design cues from its sibling - the XUV500, which has had a comfortable run already in the Indian market. The car is quite striking to look at and sits well with Indian buyers, taking into consideration the "SUV" look.
Mahindra XUV300 boasts of a tasteful interior
The car has adopted some mature interiors. The car has dual-tone colours with a black and light beige theme. The tasteful silver accents offer the premium look of the cabin and get a nice overall design. The switchgear shows a true mark of quality and has a nice feel to it. The textured plastic on the dashboard has an upmarket feel to it. The front seats offer good support, and they are very comfortable. The armrest console is definitely large and good for keeping a tablet or even a laptop. The door pockets can hold bottles and other necessary stuff. The cabin is spacious and offers an ambient atmosphere.
The car offers a powerful driving experience
The XUV300 gets a 1.5-litre diesel engine and a 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol engine, both of which have been tuned by Mahindra. The engines offer a 'feeling of power' that makes driving the car around the roads a wonderful experience, offering a critical view for the Mahindra XUV300 Review 2019.
The ride and performance is quite commendable
The longer suspension travel for the XUV300 offers better cushioning on the roads, and the ride height has been increased for better ground clearance. The car feels very plush and flattens the bad roads. The petrol variant would offer a mileage of about 9.7 kmpl in the city and 14.8 kmpl on the highway. The diesel engine provides14.4 kmpl in the city and 17.9 kmpl on the highway.
The Mahindra XUV300 is becoming a choice of the masses. The sales figures forthe car show the Indian customers are responding to the impressivedesign, the standard safety features and excellent ride quality.