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1493 cc | 100 bhp @ 3750 RPM BHP | Manual | 18.5 kmpl

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T10 Dual Tone

1493 cc | 100 bhp @ 3750 RPM BHP | Manual | 18.5 kmpl

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T8 100 HP

1493 cc | 100 BHP | Manual | 19 kmpl

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1493 cc | 85.2 BHP | Manual | 19 kmpl

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1493 cc | 85.2 BHP | Manual | 19 kmpl

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Fuel type : Diesel

Displacement (cc) : 1493

No. of Cylinders : 4

Emission Norms : BS IV

Power (bhp) : 85.2

Torque (Nm) : 230@1500 rpm

IDC Mileage (km/litre) : 19






Before we start our expert review, let’s take a moment to understand what is this sub-4-meter segment. Why every carmaker is going gaga over the sub-4-meter class? Is there something that we don’t know? Well to be fair, most of our readers are aware that the sub-4-meter category attracts a lower excise duty of 12 percent compared to 30 percent on bigger SUVs. This allow automakers to price their sub-4-meter sedans & SUVs very competitively. Other than that, sub-4-meter cars also offers decent amount of boot space, which nowadays, a young buyer looks for weekend getaways. Among many, other reasons why sub-4-meter segment is making much mollah are- They look bigger compared to their counterparts on which they are based, like for eg, Dzire is bigger than Swift, Amaze is longer than Brio and Zest looks classier than Bolt, and second, they are not that big to give you a concern of finding bigger parking space, which by far, is the most puzzling thing for a daily commuter. So that’s that! In 2012, Mahindra tried its luck to take a piece of this growing segment by introducing Quanto. It was an SUV build on an MPV’s platform which failed to post growth on sales chart. But that’s what is good about this company; it fails and falls to come back again with an all new improved vehicle. And they did it this time also with the TUV300. It’s an all new SUV, build from the ground up on the ladder-on-frame with seven seater capacity. Though, this makes it about 300kg heavier when compared to its rival Ford EcoSport which gets a monocoque chassis. The Mahindra TUV300 is available in 7 variants-T4, T4+, T6, T6+, T6+ autoSHIFT, T8 & T8 autoSHIFT in 6 attractive shades of Verve Blue, Dynamite Red, Molten Orange, Glacier White, Majestic Silver and Bold Black. We drove the T6+ MT and T6+AMT and that’s also our recommended variant.