XUV700 facelift to be launched in India soon
The country’s leading automaker Mahindra Motors launched its XUV700 in the Indian market in August last year. The vehicle is being liked so much that the XUV700 currently has a waiting period of 11 to 21 months.
Now the company is planning to update this vehicle. The facelifted model of the XUV700 has been spotted testing on Indian roads for the first time.
Let’s know about it.
What will be the design of XUV700?
The model that was spotted during testing was completely covered with stickers and hence the information about the changes made in its design could not be revealed.
However, it is being speculated that there could be a lot of new things like new grille design, new headlights with larger C-shaped DRLs that extend up to the bumpers, bigger tail-lights and twin five-spokes. Alloy Wheels.
Along with this, smart door handles are also expected to be given in it.
There will be no change in the engine
The Mahindra XUV700 is available with a choice of diesel and petrol engines. The diesel model has a 2.0-litre 4-cylinder m-Hawk engine, which generates 185hp power and 420Nm torque. At the same time, with the automatic gearbox, it generates torque of 450Nm.
At the same time, it has a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder turbo-engine, which generates 200hp power and 380Nm torque. Both the units are also mated to a 6-speed manual and automatic gearbox.
Some changes can be made in the cabin of the car
The cabin of the Mahindra XUV700 facelift could also be updated. A 10.25-inch dual screen layout is seen on its dashboard. The ADAS technology found in the car can also be updated.
It will also get dual-zone automatic climate control, leather upholstery and an electronic parking brake. On the other hand, Sony’s 12-speaker 3D surround sound setup for luxury features, Skyroof and Alexa Voice AI for handsfree command integration will be included.
What will be the cost of this car?
The price and availability of the XUV700 will be announced at the time of its launch. The base model is currently priced at Rs 13.18 lakh in the Indian market, which goes up to Rs 24.58 lakh (all prices ex-showroom) for the top model.
XUV700 has been recalled thrice
For information, let us tell you that this vehicle has been recalled thrice since its launch.
Only last month, the company had called back due to a fault in the alternator belt, auto-tensioner pulley and electronic steering column lock (ESCL) of the car.
Earlier Mahindra had called for the all wheel drive (AWD) diesel automatic variant of the XUV700 due to a faulty propeller shaft bolt.