XUV700 Overview


Fuel Type

Petrol, Diesel


Manual, Automatic


13 - 16 KM/L

Tank Capacity

60.0 L


5,7 Seater



C&B Verdict on Mahindra XUV700
car&bike Expert Rating
A new SUV from Mahindra always grabs a lot of attention. The XUV700 marks Mahindra's entry into the connected car world and it brings in a host of changes when it comes to vehicle development. It might not be the best looking of the lot especially when you compare it to cars like the Alcazar or the Tata Safari, but the pricing sure makes it an attractive proposition. It certainly holds the potential to blow its competition out of water.
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Pros & Cons of Mahindra XUV700

Things We Like

  • Handsome Styling 
  • Solid Build Quality
  • Driver Assistance System

Things We Don't Like

  • Negligible Boot Space
  • Cramped 3Rd-Row Seat 
  • Long Waiting Period

Mahindra XUV700 Variants


Ex - Showroom


XUV700 MX Petrol 5 STR (E)

Manual,Petrol,16 KM/L

Starts at 13.95 Lakh

XUV700 MX Petrol 5 STR

Manual,Petrol,16 KM/L

Starts at 13.95 Lakh

XUV700 AX3 Petrol 5 STR

Manual,Petrol,16 KM/L

Starts at 16.38 Lakh

XUV700 AX3 Petrol 5 STR (E)

Manual,Petrol,16 KM/L

Starts at 16.38 Lakh

XUV700 AX3 AT Petrol 5 STR

Automatic,Petrol,16 KM/L

Starts at 16.84 Lakh

XUV700 AX5 MT Petrol 5 STR

Manual,Petrol,16 KM/L

Starts at 17.69 Lakh

XUV700 AX5 MT Petrol 5 STR (E)

Manual,Petrol,16 KM/L

Starts at 17.69 Lakh

XUV700 AX5 AT Petrol 5 STR

Automatic,Petrol,16 KM/L

Starts at 18.29 Lakh

XUV700 AX5 MT Petrol 7 STR

Manual,Petrol,16 KM/L

Starts at 18.35 Lakh

XUV700 AX5 MT Petrol 7 STR (E)

Manual,Petrol,16 KM/L

Starts at 18.35 Lakh

XUV700 AX7 MT Petrol 7 STR

Manual,Petrol,16 KM/L

Starts at 19.21 Lakh

XUV700 AX7 AT Petrol 7 STR

Automatic,Petrol,16 KM/L

Starts at 20.95 Lakh

XUV700 AX7 AT Luxury Petrol 7 STR

Automatic,Petrol,16 KM/L

Starts at 22.75 Lakh
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Mahindra XUV700 Features & Specifications

  • Engine CC

  • 1997,2184 CC
  • Fuel

  • Petrol, Diesel
  • Mileage

  • 13 - 16 KM/L
  • Max Torque

  • 360,380,420,450 Nm
  • Max Power

  • 153,182,197 bhp
  • Transmission

  • Manual, Automatic
  • Length/Width/Height

  • 4695 mm /1890 mm /1755 mm
    • Built-in Alexa Integration
    • Tyre Pressure Monitoring System
    • Smart Clean Zone
    • 6-Way Powered Driver memory seat
    • Intelli-Control
    • Driver seat with welcome retract
    • SkyroofTM
    • Valet mode
  • About Mahindra XUV700

    The Mahindra XUV700 has been finally launched in India. The company had announced ex-showroom prices of lower variants in August earlier and now it has finally launched the range-topping AX7 variants. Prices for the base MX variant start at Rs. 13.94 lakh. And the range-topping Mahindra XUV700 AX7 has been launched at Rs. 20.94 lakh for the petrol manual variant, going up to Rs. 22.98 lakh for the top-of-the-line AX7 diesel automatic trim. That said, the company is also offering a luxury pack on the AX7 automatic for an Rs. 24.58 lakh additional to the ex-showroom price, while for all-wheel-drive (AWD) system available only on the diesel automatic, buyers will need to shell out Rs. 1.3 lakh more in addition to the ex-showroom price.

    The Mahindra XUV700 is built on a new W601 monocoque platform and will be larger than the exiting XUV500 in every aspect. In terms of dimensions, the new SUV measures 4695 mm in length, 1890 mm in width, and 1755 mm in height. So, compared to the XUV500 it's 110 mm longer but 30 mm shorter, while the width remains unchanged. The XUV700's wheelbase is also 50 mm longer at 2750 mm.Upfront it will get a new grille, featuring vertical chrome slates and Mahindra's new logo, flanked by new LED headlamps and twin C-shaped LED daytime running lights. The SUV will also come with new sportier alloy wheels, new flush-fitting door handles and flared haunches. The SUV will also come with new wraparound LED taillamps, sculpted tailgate and beefy bumper with silver cladding. While lower variants of the Mahindra XUV700 rides on 17-inch steel or diamond cut alloy wheels, the range-topping AX7 trim gets a size bigger- 18-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels.

    On the inside, it gets a very well-laid-out and premium cabin with larger comfortable seats, premium upholstery, and a host of smart features. It features Alexa support and a fully connected car technology called Adrenox, which comes with voice command to access various in-car functions. Other premium feature also included a Sony-powered 12-speakers 3D surround sound system, six-way power adjustable seats with memory and welcome function and panoramic sunroof are only limited to the top-end variants. The SUV is also high on safety with features like front, side and curtain airbags, 360-degree camera, ISOFIX seat mounts, hill hold/descent function and electronic parking brake and Dynamic Stability Program (DSP) among others.

    Then, the range-topping trims also get three pre-set drive modes - Zip, Zap, and Zoom, along with a Custom setting. The XUV700 will come with a well-laid-out cabin offered in both 5- and 7-seater options. The base MX Series models of the XUV700 come with an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, 7-inch instrument cluster, android auto, steering mounted switches, and Day & Night IRVM. The AX series models come with HD dual-display units with two 10.25-inch screens for infotainment and instrumentation, ventilated seats Amazon Alexa Built-In, Wireless Android Auto and Apple Car Play, wireless charging and AdrenoX Connect with 60+ Connected features. Features like the Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) technology will be limited to the range-topping AX7 variants.

    Mahindra is offering the new XUV700 with both the petrol and diesel engine options. The Mahindra XUV700 petrol version gets a 2.0-litre mStallion turbocharged petrol engine that is tuned to make 197 bhp at 5000 rpm and develops a peak torque of 380 Nm at 1750 to 3000 rpm. The engine comes mated to either a six-speed manual or a six-speed automatic torque converter gearbox. The diesel variants get a 2.2-litre, four-cylinder mHawk oil burner that is offered in three states of tune. For base variants it is tuned to churn out 153 bhp at 3750 rpm and 360 Nm at 1500 to 2800 rpm, while is mated to a six-speed manual gearbox as standard. There's a more powerful option as well which makes 182 bhp at 3500 rpm and this version is offered with the option of both - a six-speed manual or a six-speed automatic torque. While the former offers a peak torque of 420 Nm at 1600 to 2800 rpm, the automatic option with the optional All-Wheel Drive (AWD) transfer case develops 450 Nm at 1750 to 2800 rpm

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    XUV700 Mileage

    • 16.00KM/L
      17%Better mileage than other SUV
    • Fuel Type
      16 KM/L
      16 KM/L
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      13 KM/L

    Mahindra XUV700 Price in India

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    Mahindra XUV700 Colors

    Mahindra-XUV700 Everest White

    Mahindra XUV700 : Everest White

    Available for all variants.
    Mahindra-XUV700 Dazzling Silver

    Mahindra XUV700 : Dazzling Silver

    Available for all variants.
    Mahindra-XUV700 Red Rage

    Mahindra XUV700 : Red Rage

    Available for all variants.

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    Mahindra XUV700 Comparison with Similar Cars

    Mahindra XUV700 Expert Review


    Mahindra XUV700

    The Mahindra XUV700 is a successor to the iconic XUV500 SUV, with a new design, updated features, and plenty of goodies for buyers. Mahindra & Mahindra has decided to slot the XUV700 in a higher segment, which explains the name change. This new entrant has already set the cat amongst the pigeons, with its numerous variants, configurations, and trims.

    How is the Design?

    The Mahindra XUV700 retains some Cheetah design elements, while the overall look and feel is more rugged and evolved than before. The design lines are cleaner this time, while the stance is lower than the earlier version. The bonnet looks muscular, while the new grille stands out, getting twin vertical bars. This dramatically enhances its presence on the road. The vertical bars on the grill seamlessly flow into the headlamp cluster, creating a splendid look. The new Twin Peaks Mahindra logo is positioned proudly on the centre of the grill as well. The side profile is now neater, with the flush-door handles which automatically open when you approach the vehicle in the top model.Mid-range variants will require popping the handle for opening the same, while the base variant will require a click for unlocking (with the key).

    The arrow-like tail lights add their own special touch to the rear, while the design feels quite modern overall. However, there are multiple elements at play here, including disproportionately lengthy DRLs and the massively-sculpted wheel arches, which do not go well with the 18-inch alloy wheels. Design is a subjective affair, although the XUV700 does manage to stand out on the road without a doubt. Some more refinement may have been par for the course in the segment, although the SUV is still as muscular, and appealing as before.

    What’s the Interior like?

    Mahindra has de-cluttered the XUV700’s interior, keeping things simple, with the stylish display panel that covers a large chunk of the car’s dashboard. The tablet looks quite like that of a current gen Mercedes Benz, with a central touch screen unit and digital instrument console, both stacking up at 10.25 inches. The whole effect is quite premium and the good thing is that it will be available for all the variants, excepting the base model. The latter will get an 8 inch infotainment system with a 7 inch instrument console. The plastic quality of the dashboard is impressive, with a stylish leather strip. However, the beige leather and wood finish combo may not be to everyone’s taste. The same can be said about the glossy piano black finish as well. Fit and finish are on the better side for the XUV700, as compared to its predecessors.

    The HVAC setup still has dials and buttons, while the rest of the console is reminiscent of the XUV500. The central console has a rotary controller, meaning that you can skip the screen for some functions. The toggle-switches also take care of several functions. There are two central console shelves for phones, while one of them gets wireless charging facilities. Cup holders have also been positioned behind the gear lever on the console. The steering wheel has a nice feel to it, while the buttons also take care of several features.

    The seats are big and well-cushioned, although slightly firmer than what you would want. They offer good comfort and support levels. There are 5 and 7 seater configurations for the SUV. The middle room has generous legroom, with good space for tall people as well. The huge panoramic sunroof also contributes to an airier cabin. The wheelbase has gone up by 50mm although interior room has not increased largely in the last row (for 7 seater versions). However, there is a big glass area, with dedicated air conditioning vents as well.

    The XUV700’s rotary controller and gear lever may be ergonomically slightly rear-seat, like the switches for the power window functions. The third-row reclining feature should have been positioned at the top instead of the back, since one has to reach behind for pulling the handle. Boot space is low when all three seating rows are in place. However, luggage space increases exponentially when the third row is folded.

    Tech and Infotainment

    Mahindra has gone all out, in terms of the technology and infotainment features in the XUV700. The base variant gets a 7 inch instrument console and 8 inch infotainment system. The others have a combination of 10.25-inch digital instrument console and infotainment systems. The instrument panel has vibrant color themes, while there are customizable options aplenty. The AdrenoX informatics system is the key highlight, which could be one of the most advanced in its segment. It gets several options and features, along with in-built apps such as Zomato and JustDial. This puts the XUV700 a notch above several of its rivals in this aspect. Yet, the system feels complex to use at times, with the menus not being as simple as you want.

    The XUV700 also gets a premier Sony 3D audio unit with a 13-channel amplifier, 12 speakers and one subwoofer. There is the Alexa voice assistant integrated into the car and the entire connected car suite, meaning easy updates and alerts from home about the vehicle. The powered driver seat has door-mounted switches, while there is dual-zone climate control with an air purifier. Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are also present.

    How does it perform?

    Fuel Type Displacement/Capacity Power Torque
    Petrol 1997 cc 200 hp 380 Nm
    Diesel 2198 cc 155/185 hp 360/420/450 Nm

    The petrol engine is the most powerful option in the sub-30 lakh band, offering a whopping 200 hp and 380 Nm in overall output, paired to 6-speed manual or automatic transmission systems. The diesel engine has three states of tune, i.e. base MX variants get 155 hp and 360 Nm of power and torque figures with a 6-speed manual transmission system while the others have 185 hp and 420/450 Nm tune states with 6-speed automatic transmission systems. The diesel engine is also one of the most powerful options in its segment, scoring way ahead of rivals like the Tata Safari, Hyundai Alcazar, and the MG Hector Plus.

    The mStallion petrol engine is the show-stealer of the lot however, in terms of power and overall performance. Driving the XUV700 makes for a pleasurable experience as a result. The petrol mill is fast to respond and accelerate with sizable power delivery from 1,400 RPM and upwards. The engine revs till 5,800 RPM, allowing drivers to experience great performance. The turbo-petrol engine seems to get just the right torque as a high-end diesel engine. The automatic version can also touch 100 kmph in only 9.32 seconds, while the manual version is also quicker. Acceleration is seamless. Yet, both the automatic and manual transmission systems are not quick-shifting; the manual feels slightly sluggish, while the automatic unit has gaps between shifts. However, they work smoothly for daily commutes and regular trips. It is only when the engine is pushed, that these little niggles surface. The clutch is also light, which is a good thing, although better engagement was the need of the hour. The petrol-manual version is ideal for cruising with its tall-gearing while the refinement of the petrol engine is excellent. The diesel engine also feels adequately refined with a pleasing note.

    The petrol does not have drive modes, although the diesel has Zip, Zap, and Zoom driving modes. The first one reduces power for relaxed cruising, while the other two get peak power. The Zoom mode has sharper responses on the throttle. There is some turbo lag, although the XUV700 wins full points for performance.

    Can it go off-road?

    More than being a proper off-roader, the XUV700 may be best described as a soft-roader, one that works well for several stretches, although it is not suited for hard-core off-roading activities. The lack of off-road driving modes is a concern, while there is Hill Descent Control (HDC) available. You can manually put the car into first gear and come downwards.

    The console has an AWD mode which makes the car hold nicely while driving on rough terrain, complete with waterways and potholes. The traction was adequate with good power delivery. Climbing steep trails is also easier. The car feels more in control of its surroundings, while the high torque helps the car overtakeand breeze through sharp uphill bends with ease. The Front Radar module, while helpful, may keep detecting tall grass shoots as obstacles. However, the sheer width of the car is not suitable for narrower routes. Overall, the XUV700 does fine on dirt paths, although it is not a conventional off-roader in that sense.

    How’s the Driving Experience?

    The XUV700 has better driving dynamics than before. The bouncy and jittery ride quality is a thing of the past. Torque steer and poor handling are also swapped for a more composed, mature, and predictable handling mechanism. The suspension system has undergone a massive transformation. The rear and front independent suspension systems make use of frequency-selective dampers. The linkages at the rear also comprise an extra control-blade link for enhancing the movements of individual wheels.

    Grip at the rear is decent enabling for sharp and nice cornering. The electric power steering has great feel, while being light at lower speeds, although it remains stable and planted at higher speeds. Speed also remains good over surfaces which are damaged or slightly broken. The XUV700, however, feels more composed and stable at higher speeds. The car does have a fairly low centre of gravity although there is still evident body roll.

    How’s the Mileage?

    Fuel Type + Transmission Type Mileage
    Petrol + Manual 15 kmpl
    Diesel + Manual 17 kmpl
    Petrol + Automatic 13 kmpl
    Diesel + Automatic 15 kmpl

    Overall fuel economy is on the better side and is at par with its competitors for this segment of SUVs.

    Safety Equipment

    Mahindra has equipped the XUV700 with several safety features. The ADAS package is a key highlight of the car, while there are both radar and camera options, linked to autonomous emergency braking and forward collision warning systems. Adaptive cruise control is another feature which enables one to safely follow cars passing ahead, while there is also Smart Pilot Assist or traffic assist, which can manage difficult crawls with aplomb. The tuning is great and the only thing that needs a relook is the Lane Keep Assist. There are safety alerts (customizable), which you can program with an individual’s voice. Some of the other features include booster headlights, auto-high beam assist, driver drowsiness detection, ABS, ESP, seven airbags (including a knee airbag), and more.

    Which variant to buy?

    The Mahindra XUV700 comes with numerous variants for buyers. The AX3 is an ideal budget-option for buyers, while the AX5 is a value-for-money offering. The AX7 variant is packed with features, although it is slightly on the costlier side. Those looking for sporty driving and performance and with lower commutes may find the petrol version more towards their linking. Those covering long distances every month may choose the diesel version. The automatic transmission is costlier than the manual counterpart as well. All-wheel drive is only available for the top-end AX7 diesel-automatic version which is also costlier, although this is a handy feature in several parts of the country.

    The MX variant offers decent features at a comparatively reasonable price which takes on sub-4m compact SUVs. The AX3 offers premier experiences within a budget. The AX5 adds features like a panoramic sunroof, LED headlamps with sequential turn indicators, driving modes, 17-inch alloy wheels, two extra airbags, and cornering lamps. There is also ESP for the diesel variant. The 7-seater option is available by paying extra over the 5-seater configuration. The AX7 variant is significantly costlier and comes with a 7-seater layout, ADAS, side airbags, 18-inch alloys, ESP, 6-way electronic driver’s seat adjustment, dual-zone climate control, an air purifier, ergo lever for the co-driver’s seat, auto wipers and headlamps, reverse camera, tyre pressure monitor, leather gear lever and steering wheel, and leatherette door trims and seats. Many features are firsts in their segment. By paying slightly more above the diesel-automatic version, buyers may get the AWD version. The Luxury Pack is available at a high price with several engine and transmission options. This offers several goodies as well. The AX5 is the variant with the highest value for customers.

    Which Cars Compete in this Segment?

    The XUV700 is within the same market as the MG Hector, Hyundai Alcazar, and the Tata Safari on various grounds. However, its diesel and petrol engines outstrip them all in terms of power and torque. The pricing is the highlight. Some variants directly eat into the sub-4m compact SUV category, offering great features for buyers, while the higher-end variants compete with bigger SUVs. The XUV700 has a deluge of variants and configurations, along with engine options, which make it a superior option to several rivals in multiple segments and at multiple price points. On the variety quotient alone, it makes for a compelling proposition.


    The XUV700 stands out for its attractive design, huge list of features and several segment-firsts, enhanced safety, powerful engine, great performance, and competitive pricing, along with its huge list of variants, configurations, and engine-transmission options. Agreed, some plastics are still not the best inside, there is still some body roll, and the infotainment system could have been more user-friendly. The third row is also not as spacious as one would desire. However, for power, performance, looks, features, and value alone, the Mahindra XUV700 is one of the best options for SUV buyers across segments.

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    XUV700 FAQs

  • The Mahindra XUV700 has a limited slip differential to improve traction and handling on slippery surfaces.

  • The Mahindra XUV700 is designed to handle well on different road surfaces and in different weather conditions. It features an all-wheel drive system, high ground clearance, and advanced suspension system for improved stability and handling.

  • The maximum speed of the Mahindra XUV700 is around 160-200 km/hr.

  • The Mahindra XUV700 is designed to provide a smooth and comfortable ride. It features an advanced suspension system, supportive seats, and a quiet cabin for a more relaxed driving experience.

  • The Mahindra XUV700 performs well off-road, thanks to its 4x4 drive system, high ground clearance, and advanced suspension system. The vehicle is capable of handling rough and uneven terrain

  • The XUV700 has a well-tuned suspension system that offers a comfortable ride on all types of roads. The vehicle offers a stable and confident ride on highways, with good straight-line stability and minimal body roll in corners. The vehicle is also well-suited for city streets, with a good turning radius and nimble handling. When it comes to off-road terrain, the XUV700 offers good ground clearance and an advanced all-wheel-drive system that can tackle challenging terrain with ease.

  • The XUV700 has a maximum towing capacity of 2,500 kg. When towing heavy loads, the vehicle's acceleration and handling may be affected due to the additional weight. However, the XUV700 has a powerful engine and a robust chassis, which helps to maintain stability when towing. The vehicle also has a trailer sway control system that helps to prevent the trailer from swaying, which further improves safety when towing.

  • Yes, the XUV700 offers several driver assistance features that enhance the driving experience. Some of the notable features include adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, blind-spot monitoring, and automatic emergency braking. These features help to improve safety and reduce driver fatigue, particularly on long journeys.

  • The XUV700's all-wheel-drive system is designed to provide better traction and stability in challenging driving conditions. The system automatically transfers torque to the wheels with the most grip, which helps to maintain traction on slippery roads. The system also has multiple driving modes, such as snow and mud, which further improve the vehicle's off-road capabilities. Overall, the all-wheel-drive system improves the vehicle's handling and stability in different driving conditions.

  • The XUV700 has a turning radius of 5.95 meters. The tight turning radius helps to improve the vehicle's maneuverability in tight spaces, such as parking lots and narrow streets. The vehicle's power steering system also makes it easy to navigate through tight spaces.

  • The XUV700 has a reliable braking system that performs well in emergency situations. The vehicle has disc brakes on all four wheels, which provide good stopping power. The vehicle also has an electronic brake-force distribution system, which helps to distribute braking force evenly across all wheels, which further improves braking performance. Additionally, the vehicle is equipped with an anti-lock braking system, which helps to prevent the wheels from locking up during hard braking.

  • The XUV700 has a top speed of around 200 km/h (124 mph). At high speeds on the highway, the vehicle offers good straight-line stability and minimal wind noise. The vehicle's suspension system also helps to maintain stability at high speeds, while the steering offers good feedback and precision. The vehicle's powerful engine and smooth-shifting transmission provide quick and responsive acceleration, making it a good option for highway driving.

  • Yes, the XUV700 is equipped with several features that improve the vehicle's stability and handling. The vehicle has an electronic stability control system, which helps to keep the vehicle stable during sudden maneuvers or on slippery roads. The vehicle also has a traction control system, which helps to prevent the wheels from spinning on slippery surfaces. Additionally, the vehicle has a hill descent control system, which helps to maintain a consistent speed when driving downhill, further improving stability and control.

  • The XUV700 is available with two engine options, a 2.0-liter turbocharged petrol engine and a 2.2-liter turbocharged diesel engine. The petrol engine produces 200 horsepower and 380 Nm of torque, while the diesel engine produces 185 horsepower and 420 Nm of torque. Both engines offer good acceleration and performance on the road, with quick and responsive throttle response. The engines are mated to a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic transmission, which provides smooth and seamless shifts.
  • The Mahindra XUV700's ride quality is generally smooth and composed on different road surfaces, thanks to its advanced suspension system and well-tuned chassis. On smooth highways and urban roads, the XUV700 provides a comfortable and refined ride, with minimal road noise and vibrations entering the cabin. However, on rough and uneven terrain, the XUV700's ride quality may become slightly bumpy and less comfortable, as the suspension has to work harder to absorb road shocks.

  • Yes, the XUV700 has a comfortable and spacious cabin that can accommodate up to seven passengers, depending on the variant. The cabin is designed with high-quality materials, soft-touch surfaces, and premium upholstery, offering a premium feel to passengers. The seats are comfortable, supportive, and offer good levels of adjustability, making it easy to find a comfortable driving position. The XUV700 also has features such as lumbar support, seat recline, and adjustable headrests, which further enhance the passengers' comfort.

  • Yes, the XUV700 is equipped with an advanced suspension system that has been specifically designed to provide a smooth and comfortable ride, while also delivering good handling and stability. The suspension system uses a combination of McPherson struts and multi-link setup, which works effectively to absorb road shocks and vibrations. This helps to minimize the impact of rough road surfaces on the passengers, providing a more relaxed and comfortable ride.

  • The Mahindra XUV700 has been designed to handle rough and uneven terrain with ease, thanks to its high ground clearance and all-wheel drive system. The XUV700's 4x4 drivetrain delivers good traction and stability, even on challenging off-road terrain, allowing the vehicle to tackle obstacles with confidence. The advanced suspension system also works effectively to absorb road shocks, providing a smoother and more comfortable ride on rough terrain.

  • Yes, the XUV700 offers a quiet and relaxing driving experience, even on long journeys. The vehicle is equipped with several noise insulation features, such as acoustic glass, which helps to reduce road and wind noise entering the cabin. The spacious and well-appointed cabin, combined with the comfortable seats, provides passengers with a relaxing environment, making it easier to enjoy long journeys.

  • The Mahindra XUV700's ride quality compares favorably with other vehicles in its class, offering a comfortable and refined ride that is well suited to both urban and off-road environments. The advanced suspension system, combined with the spacious and well-appointed cabin, provides passengers with a comfortable and relaxed driving experience.

  • Yes, the seats in the XUV700 are comfortable and supportive, especially during long drives. The seats are designed with high-density foam, offering good levels of comfort and support, even on long journeys. The seats are also adjustable, allowing passengers to find a comfortable driving position, and have features such as lumbar support, seat recline, and adjustable headrests.

  • Yes, the XUV700 has features such as seat adjustability, lumbar support, and recline functions, which further enhance the passengers' comfort. The seats are designed to offer good levels of adjustability, allowing passengers to find a comfortable driving position. The lumbar support helps to reduce back fatigue, while the recline function provides added comfort during long journeys.

  • The XUV700's ride quality has a significant impact on the passengers' comfort during different driving conditions. A comfortable ride helps reduce fatigue and stress levels during long drives, while a rough ride can cause discomfort and increase fatigue levels. To improve ride comfort, the XUV700 is equipped with a well-tuned suspension system that helps absorb road irregularities and vibrations, providing a smooth and comfortable ride. Additionally, the vehicle's seating is designed with comfort in mind, with ample space and support to keep passengers relaxed during long drives.

  • Yes, the XUV700 has been designed to minimize road and wind noise through various insulation features. The vehicle is equipped with noise-insulating materials throughout the cabin, such as the use of sound-deadening materials in the doors and floor. Additionally, the vehicle's weatherstripping and seals help reduce wind noise and enhance the overall cabin quietness.

  • The XUV700's ride quality is comparable to its competitors in terms of comfort and refinement. The vehicle's suspension system, coupled with its noise insulation features, provides a comfortable ride that is on par with other vehicles in its segment. However, the exact comparison of ride quality depends on individual preferences and driving conditions.

  • Yes, the XUV700 is equipped with advanced driving assist features that improve overall ride quality and comfort for the driver and passengers. Features such as power-assisted steering, adaptive cruise control, and lane departure warning systems can help reduce driver fatigue and improve overall driving comfort. Additionally, the XUV700's safety features, such as airbags, anti-lock brakes, and electronic stability control, can help provide a safer and more comfortable ride.
  • Yes, the Mahindra XUV700 has advanced safety features like lane departure warning and blind spot monitoring. These features help to keep you safe and aware of your surroundings on the road.
  • Yes, the Mahindra XUV700 comes with a touch screen infotainment system that is user-friendly and intuitive to use. The system is equipped with a range of features, including a navigation system, audio system, and climate control system.

  • Yes, the infotainment system supports both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity. This means that you can easily connect your smartphone and access all of your favorite apps and music while on the go.

  • The Mahindra XUV700 comes with a premium audio system that has more than 4 speakers. This provides an immersive audio experience and enhances the overall driving experience.

  • Yes, the Mahindra XUV700 comes with built-in navigation technology. The system provides turn-by-turn directions, real-time traffic updates, and detailed maps.

  • Yes, the Mahindra XUV700 comes with a rearview camera as a standard feature. This makes it easy to see behind you when reversing and helps to prevent accidents.

  • Yes, Bluetooth connectivity is available for hands-free calling and audio streaming. This allows you to keep your hands on the wheel and stay focused on the road while still enjoying your music and taking calls.

  • Yes, the Mahindra XUV700 has a climate control system for the cabin. This system allows you to set the temperature to your desired level and keep the cabin comfortable and cool.

  • Yes, the Mahindra XUV700 has an adjustable driver's seat with lumbar support. This makes it easy to find a comfortable driving position and helps to prevent fatigue on long trips.

  • Yes, the Mahindra XUV700 has off-roading features such as a compass and hill descent control. These features help you navigate difficult terrain and keep you in control when driving off-road.

  • Yes, the Mahindra XUV700 has a sunroof or moonroof that can be opened to provide an open-air driving experience. This adds to the overall enjoyment of the vehicle.

  • Yes, the Mahindra XUV700 has a head-up display (HUD) for easy and safe access to important driving information. The HUD displays important information such as speed, navigation directions, and warnings, so you can keep your eyes on the road and not have to take your attention away from driving.
  • The fuel efficiency of the XUV700 depends on the engine and transmission combination. The petrol engine has a fuel efficiency of around 11 km/l (25.8 mpg), while the diesel engine has a fuel efficiency of around 14 km/l (32.9 mpg). The fuel efficiency may be affected by factors such as driving style, road conditions, and vehicle load. The XUV700 has a fuel tank capacity of 70 liters, which provides a good driving range. The overall cost of ownership may be affected by the fuel efficiency, as well as other factors such as maintenance costs and insurance premiums.