The rejig of features on Mahindra XUV700 comes right before the booking commencement of the Scorpio N
Ahead of Scorpio N’s booking commencement, Mahindra has silently rejigged the features of the flagship, XUV700, and rejig has been quite significant this time around. The UV maker is keeping the atmosphere around the Scorpio N and XUV700 volatile to keep customers glued.
Let’s take the top-down approach starting with the top-end AX7 trim. The regular AX7 variants now get normal cruise control as standard addition. The AX7 Luxury Pack variants which didn’t have LED sequential indicators will now get them exclusively.
Thirdly, the AX7 AT Luxury Pack variants now exclusively get adaptive cruise control with stop and go functions as standard inclusion. These are all the feature additions Mahindra has given the XUV700.
Coming to the feature deletions, they are a little bit more than the additions. The AX7 MT Luxury Pack variants are now devoid of adaptive cruise control with stop and go functions. LED sequential indicators have been deleted on the AX5 and AX7 trims.
On the AX3 trims, Mahindra has deleted rear wiper and defogger, and selective unlock of the doors and boot lid. Finally, on the base MX trim, the company has deleted rear parking sensors, height adjustable driver seat, rear spoiler, and follow-me-home headlamps.
It is to be noted that Mahindra has also issued a couple of recalls for the XUV700 AWD variants. The first time, it was related to a propeller shaft issue, and, the second time, it was due to an issue with the SUV’s suspension.