Mahindra XUV300 facelift officially revealed in full ahead of launch, gets revised front
Mahindra has officially revealed the upcoming XUV300 facelift for the first time. From the looks, the facelift has got a slightly revised front. The grille, now, houses the new Mahindra ‘twin peaks’ logo.
The fog lamps surrounds are slightly different and the bottom grille panel gets a Light Grey finish instead of the Matte Black finish the outgoing model has. The projector setup could house LEDs this time. That’s all are the changes.
Mahindra might introduce the compact SUV during the upcoming festive season. From the earlier spy shots, we have already made out the rest of the compact SUV. The new L-shaped alloy wheels, which were introduced just a while back, have been retained.
These wheels are smaller in size than the previous ones. The white roof, rear detailing, and all the cuts and creases have been retained from the outgoing model. But, on the inside, Mahindra is expected to bring about a lot of changes.
The current features on offer include 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, Bluesense Plus connected car tech with smart watch connectivity, voice commands, and SMS readouts, tyre-position sensor, and front/rear parking sensors.
Mahindra might introduce a bigger touchscreen and some features from the XUV700 and the recently-launched Scorpio N. In addition to the facelift, Mahindra is also readying a performance-oriented variant which could be named XUV300 Sportz.
Interestingly, the company shared another teaser asking viewers to find out the 0-60 km/hr acceleration figures of the upcoming XUV300 facelift. The company gave 4 options and all the 4 options had a time of 10 seconds or lower.
Our pick is 5.6 seconds. Let us know your pick in the comment section below!
As far as safety goes, the XUV300 is currently the safest car in the country. It gets all-wheel disc brakes, ABS with EBD, passenger airbag deactivation, panic braking signal, ISOFIX child anchors, hill start assist, impact-sensing door unlock, and ESP with roll-over mitigation.