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K2+ 6 STR Petrol

1198 cc | 82 BHP | Manual | 18.16 kmpl

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K6+ 6 STR Petrol

1198 cc | 82 BHP | Manual | 18.16 kmpl

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K4+ 6 STR Petrol

1198 cc | 82 BHP | Manual | 18.16 kmpl

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K8 6 STR Petrol

1198 cc | 82 BHP | Manual | 18.16 kmpl

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Fuel type : Petrol

Displacement (cc) : 1198

No. of Cylinders : 3

Emission Norms : BS VI

Power (bhp) : 82

Torque (Nm) : 115 Nm @ 3500 rpm

IDC Mileage (km/litre) : 18.16






Mahindra is well known for its offroad Jeeps, rugged utility vehicles and SUVs. Its their forte. In 1950s, the company started assembling jeeps under licence of the Willys Jeep in India. Later the company started developing light commercial vehicles and eventually moved on developing their own line of utility vehicles and SUVs. In automotive segment, they did pretty well, as who can forget the rugged CJ500 4WD or MM540 or in more recent time, Major or Thar which offered drivability on tarmac as well as on the farms of emerging India. In 1995, the company started to develop its own range of SUVs and roped in many senior automotive experts from around the world. Among many was Dr. Pawan Goenka who handled the team of developing a SUV that changed the fortunes for the company. That SUV was Scorpio and its creator, Mr. Goenka, now fondly called as Father of Scorpio by his peer group. To develop a new product is a task in itself. It almost took five to six years for the company to develop Scorpio which further laid the foundation of Quanto, Xylo, XUV500 and in more recent times TUV300 and KUV100. The automaker spend close to Rs 1200 Crores into developing the KUV100 that includes an all-new design, two new engines and a new transmission. Its an outcome of 350 people working for more than 4 years. Really? You might be wondering, is it an expert review of Mahindra KUV100 or a history lesson on Mahindra’s success? Those who are confused, be assured, this is an expert review of KUV100. We have driven both the petrol and diesel variant and will tell you how this Kool (Cool with K) Utility Vehicle One Double Oh performs (Yup that’s what the folks from Mahindra are calling it). But you see, my reason on focusing on Mahindra’s past is to give you a glimpse on how the company that created the CJs and MMs is now shifting gears to develop a hatchback like SUV which competes with the likes of Hyundai Grand i10 and Maruti Suzuki Swift, and that how the company that once said it will never make cars but only UVs has made a small car. Mahindra KUV100 is offered with wide range of variants in both petrol and diesel trims. The car gets 13 variants- K2, K2+, K4, K4+, K6, K6+, K8, & K8 Dual Tone in 5 and 6 seater configuration. Available color options are Pearl White, Dazzling Silver, Flamboyant Red, Fiery Orange, Designer Grey, Midnight Black, Silver & Black and Red & Black. Mynewcar’s recommended variant for Mahindra KUV100 is K6+. Now let’s find out how this small SUV looks from inside & out and how it performs on the tarmac.