Mahindra TUV300 Price
Mahindra TUV300 ex-showroom price starts at ₹ 8.54 Lakh and goes upto ₹ 10.55 Lakh. The top variant Mahindra TUV300 on road price is ₹ 12.55 Lakh*. Mahindra offers TUV300 in 7 variants
TUV300 T4 Plus
|₹ 8.54 Lakh||1493 cc, Diesel, 18.5 Km/l, Manual|
TUV300 T6 Plus
|₹ 9.14 Lakh||1493 cc, Diesel, 18.5 Km/l, Manual|
TUV300 T8 100HP
|₹ 9.77 Lakh||1493 cc, Diesel, 18.5 Km/l, Manual|
TUV300 T10 100HP
|₹ 10 Lakh||1493 cc, Diesel, 18.5 Km/l, Manual|
TUV300 T10 100HP Dual Tone
|₹ 10.23 Lakh||1493 cc, Diesel, 18.5 Km/l, Manual|
TUV300 T10 (O)
|₹ 10.32 Lakh||1493 cc, Diesel, 18.5 Km/l, Manual|
TUV300 T10 (O) Dual Tone
|₹ 10.55 Lakh||1493 cc, Diesel, 18.5 Km/l, Manual|
Mahindra TUV300 Price
|RTO Amount||₹ 74,753|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 9.77 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 80,003|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 10.45 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 85,451|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 11.16 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 87,466|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 11.42 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 1,27,866|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 12.17 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 1,28,992|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 12.27 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 1,31,907|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 12.55 Lakh|
Latest Update on TUV300
Mahindra launched the facelift of the TUV300 in India and it looks pretty good. The silhouette of the TUV300 remains the same and the distinctive boxy SUV dimensions too remain unchanged. However, there are a few additions which make the car look more muscular and aggressive too. To begin with there's the piano black front grille with black chrome inserts, side cladding & a newly designed X-shaped metallic grey spare wheel cover. The new headlamp design with daytime running lamps (DRLs) and carbon black finish add to the style quotient of the TUV300. Of course there are changes to the cabin too and the company says that Italian design house, Pininfarina, has helped design it to bring in a fresh perspective. The cabin now comes with new silver accents for a more premium look and feel. Features added to the car includes a new reverse parking camera, 17.8 cm infotainment system with GPS, Static Bending Headlamps & Micro-Hybrid technology. The TUV300 is powered by the mHAWK100 engine, which delivers 100 bhp and 240 Nm of torque. The subcompact SUV will be available in 7 colours, including 2 new ones, Highway Red & Mystic Copper, in addition to the stylish dual tone Red + Black / Silver + Black, Bold Black, Majestic Silver and Pearl White colours. Besides the existing variants (T4+, T6+, T8 and T10), there will also be an optional pack, T10 (O), which will have leatherette seats and lumbar support.
Mahindra TUV300 Mileage
Mahindra TUV300 mileage is 18.5 Km/l, as per ARAI. The Manual Diesel engine has a mileage of 18.5 Km/l. The AMT Diesel engine has a mileage of 18.5 Km/l.
User Reviews on Mahindra TUV300
Mahindra TUV300 Expert Review
The Mahindra TUV300 was the company’s second attempt at having a strong subcompact SUV in the market. When the TUV300 was first launched in India, back in 2015 the SUV came with several unique attributes that made it a strong value proposition. It was the only offering to come with the butch and boxy design of a conventional SUV, it was the largest in terms of proportions (height and width) in the segment despite its sub-4 meter length, and it was the first and only subcompact SUV to offer a 7-seater cabin.
Visually, the TUV300 Facelift looks every bit that bold and butch SUV as the day it was first launched, however, to add that extra bit of toughness and premiumness, Mahindra has made several styling updates. The front grille now comes with a stylish glossy black frame in addition to the matching black details inside the headlamp cluster. The headlamps now also come with integrated daytime running lamps. The shiny chrome elements around the grille slots and the square fog lamps too have also been replaced with dark chrome bezels, which certainly go well with the overall black treatment. The alloy wheels get a dark chrome effect, while the rear section features a clear-glass taillamps, a bigger rear spoiler, and a revised bumper with the blacked-out lower half. All that said, the most noticeable change, of course, is the new X-shaped cover for the tailgate-mounted spare wheel.
Inside, the TUV300 comes with a dual tone black and being interior with matching two-tone seat covers, which in the top-end trim are upholstered in leatherette, with cross stitching pattern. The dashboard comes with a four-spoke steering wheel which comes with mounted controls for audio and telephony. Behind it, you have the same twin-pod instrument cluster with chrome bezels and a MID unit at the centre offering readouts for fuel gauge, gear position indicator and more. The centre of attraction, of course, is the 7-inch touchscreen infotainment display which continues to come with a bunch of controls on either side.
In fact, now the system also doubles up as the display for the new reverse parking camera. Having said that, Mahindra still doesn't offer Apple Carplay or Android Auto which is a big miss considering almost every other SUV in this space gets both the applications. Although, we wish Mahindra would have considered offering a rear air-con vent, which is right now available in almost every subcompact SUV, and it's also a much-needed feature for the TUV300 if Mahindra wants 5 individuals to sit at the back.
Power on the Mahindra TUV300 continues to be offered by the tried and tested 1.5-litre mHawk100 diesel engine and it certainly remains one of the biggest highlights of the SUV, however, it's still not BS6 compliant yet. However, now the engine only comes mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox as standard. The 1,493 cc, four-cylinder, turbocharged oil burner churns out 99 bhp, all of which is offered around 3700 rpm, while the peak torque of 240 Nm, comes in from as low as 1500-1600 rpm, and goes all the way up to 2800 rpm. The gearbox too remains pretty much a delight, as the shifts are nice and precise and a firm nudge on the lever is more than enough to put the gear in the right slot. Also, for an SUV, the TUV300 certainly has a pretty light clutch, so it's easier to drive in traffic as well, but the steering continues to be a bit on the heavier side, not that bothersome but you feel the weight. The TUV300 offers great handling as well, but the suspension is a bit on the softer side, so while it can handle the small bumps and undulations on the road quite effortlessly, the ride does feel a bit bouncy on really bad patches, especially if you are sitting in the rear seat.
The list of safety features on the TUV300 are decent. You get dual front airbags, ABS with EBD and cornering brake control, ISOFIX child seat mounts for the second row, seatbelt reminder lamp, auto door lock and more. In fact, the anti-theft warning is the only feature that is not standard, which is also only missing on the base model T4+.
The Mahindra TUV300 is currently not on sale in India as the company is yet to launch the BS6 version, which is expected to come in next year, in 2021, with some considerable updates. The BS4 model was priced in India between Rs. 8.54 lakh to Rs. 10.55 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
Pros & Cons of TUV300
Offers good cabin space
Gets a powerful diesel engine
Offers decent safety features
Could do with better interiors
No automatic or AMT version on offer
No seatbelts for third row passengers
Final Verdict on TUV300
The sub-4 metre SUV segment has taken a major leap in the last 5 years. From value-for-money offerings like Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza and Tata Nexon to more modern SUVs like Hyundai Venue, Kia Sonet, and Mahindra's very own XUV300; today the segment offers a range of feature-packed models that make the TUV300 a bit obsolete. However, Mahindra is working on a facelift with a BS6 engine, and we hope that helps to TUV300 find its right place in the market.
Mahindra TUV300 Specifications
|Engine CC||1493 cc|
|Max Power||100 bhp|
|Max Torque||240 Nm|
|Length/Width/Height||1795 mm (width)/1817 mm (width)/2680 mm (wheelbase) mm|
|Boot Space||384 mm|
Mahindra TUV300 Features
Fog lamp chrome
Sporty Alloy Wheels
Large Clear Lens Headlamps & Cuboidal Fog Lamps
5+2 Seating Capacity
Air-Conditioner with Heater
ABS With EBD And CBC
Mahindra TUV300 Colors
Mahindra TUV300 FAQs
What is the On-Road & Ex Showroom Price of Mahindra TUV300?Mahindra TUV300 ex-showroom price in New Delhi starts at Rs. 8.54 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 10.55 Lakh. The Mahindra TUV300 on road price in New Delhi is Rs. 14.78 Lakh.
What is the mileage of Mahindra TUV300?As for the claimed fuel efficiency, the Mahindra TUV300 Diesel variant returns 18.50 Kmpl.
Is Mahindra TUV300 a good car?According to the experts, Mahindra has recently come out with the first mid-life facelift for the TUV300. We got to spend a whole day with it and heres what we think about the 2019 Mahindra TUV300 facelift....
What is the Seating capacity of Mahindra TUV300?Mahindra TUV300 has a seating capacity of 7 people.
What are the Top variants of Mahindra TUV300?Mahindra TUV300 comes with total 7 variants. T6 Plus, T4 Plus, T10 100HP are the most popular ones.
Which car is better between TUV300 vs Marazzo?The price of TUV300 starts at Rs. 8.54 Lakh (ex showroom) and the Marazzos price starts from Rs. 10.35 Lakh. Get detailed comparison between TUV300 and Marazzo on the basis of specifications, mileage, price & others.
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Calculate EMI for TUV300
Loan Amount₹ 7,69,000
Interest Payable₹ 85,328
Total loan payment₹ 8,54,328