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The new model features an updated front-end design and redesigned rear light cluster and rear spare wheel holder. The TUV300 is fitted with a new-look grille, front headlamps, and new lower front bumper. The grille is perhaps the boldest interpretation of Mahindra’s five-slot grille, with wide chrome-lined slats topped with a chrome lining and bold Mahindra grille. The headlamps have a fresh carbon-black finish to merge with the black-and-chrome grille. The dark motif is repeated on the sides, where the TUV300 now has muscular black side cladding between the squared off wheel arches. At the rear, Mahindra has redesigned the rear-mounted spare wheel cover to feature a stylish X-design and have added a sporty rear spoiler as standard.

Inside the TUV300 is a rugged interior theme with new silver detailing around the air
vents and main controls. The interior is a product of Mahindra’s own designers and the team from the
notorious design house Pininfarina, which is part of the Mahindra group. Among the long list of standard features are power steering with steering mounted controls, an
infotainment system with Bluetooth phone connectivity and an in-built Voice Messaging system, electric
windows, air conditioning, height adjustment for the front driver seat, rear mounted Intellipark parking
assistance and electric windows.

In addition to the luxury features, safety is taken care of with dual front airbags, a proprietary hydroformed
safety cell with impact absorbing channels and side impact bars and ABS brakes with Cornering
Brake Control (CBC) and Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD).
The TUV300 shares its mechanical platform with the Mahindra Scorpio, leaving no doubt about its tough
and durable credentials. In the TUV300, this is translated into seating for seven occupants, rear-wheel
drive and a tough ladder frame chassis.

Fitted to this durable ladder frame is Mahindra’s 1.5 mHawk turbo-diesel engine. In the TUV300, this
engine features dual stage turbo charging and common rail direct injection for 73.5 kW of power at
3 750 rpm. The engine also delivers a healthy 240 Nm of torque between 1 600 rpm and 2 800 rpm,
which is delivered to the driven wheels via a manual five speed gearbox.


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