Mahindra KUV100 Facelift Rolled Out For Rs 4.39 Lakh
Mahindra & Mahindra, the home-grown automaker, this week declared the roll out of the facelift variant of KUV100 at a price tag of Rs 4.39 Lakh and onwards, which goes up to Rs 7.33 Lakh. According to the firm, the cost is preliminary for initial 3 Months. The new facelift KUV 100 might be obtainable in 10 versions with minor and interior mechanical upgrades.
The new KUV100 includes 2 engine versions. The KUV100 petrol is fueled by the 1.2L 3-cylinder all-aluminum mFalcon G80 unit, which makes a peak torque of 115Nm and 83Ps of power and it comes mated to a manual 5-speed transmission. Whilst the KUV100 diesel is fueled by 1.2L CRDi mFalcon D75 unit, which gives out a peak torque of 190Nm and 78Ps of power, and comes mated to a manual 5-speed transmission.
On the design end, the company has made some noteworthy alterations in the bumper and front grill to offer it a more destructive appearance. The firm has risen with latest sporty headlamps as well. On the rear end, the tail lamps have been tweaked with chrome bezel and new shape. The wipers as well have also been altered.
The 15-inch alloy of Facelift has been layered with chrome and black finish to include some muscular appearance. The size of the vehicle is also been tweaked upon, and there is some minor elevation in the length too. On the inside design, the KUV100 sports a design layout of flowing dash, which is unique and simple at the same time for its class, along with an simple-read instrument cluster with gearshift indicator and DIS.
Mahindra & Mahindra has included a latest infotainment system with 7-inch touchscreen display, which will offer navigation and audio support. For some unidentified reasons, the firm has not included Android Auto in its new car. The top version comes with an all-black internal look, in addition to silver touch for some classy feel. But the lower versions will hold grey internal look, contrasting the top-end version. Mahindra & Mahindra’s all new KUV100 is a crossover hatchback, where the KUV is a short form fort a Kool Utility Vehicle. With the help of KUV100, Mahindra has aimed the dynamic and urban youth.
Well, in short, the new versions of KVU100 will surely have chances in the Indian market. The reasons: the car comes with a classy look and is yet very reasonably priced. This is all what the standard Indian user looks for while buying a car!!!