2024 Mahindra XUV300 Facelift Launch time revealed, will be launched on this day with amazing features

2024 Mahindra XUV300 Facelift Launch time revealed.


2024 Mahindra XUV300 Facelift Launch Time line Revealed: Mahindra is preparing to launch its new generation And now information about Mahindra XUV300 facelift launch time is coming out. However, the information has not been given by the company.

Mahindra XUV300 facelift is one of the powerful and safe vehicles in the sub-compact SUV segment.


2024 Mahindra XUV300 Facelift Launch Time

Mahindra & Mahindra is going to launch its new generation XUV300 facelift in the Indian market in the first quarter of the financial year, with which its prices are also going to be unveiled. ‌ Booking of the current XUV300 model has also been banned some time ago.

Which confirms that Mahindra is going to launch its new generation XUV300 facelift very soon. ‌ And for this reason the production of the current model has also been reduced.


Exterior And Interior Changes

We are going to see many big changes in the upcoming XUV300 facelift. It is going to get a new LED headlight setup with a newly designed friend profile at the front along with LED DRL and fog light setup. ‌ In the same site profile, it is going to get newly designed diamond cut alloy wheels along with new LED tail light unit at the rear and revised bumper which is going to further increase its appeal.

The upcoming XUV300 facelift 2024 is going to have more road presence as compared to the old generation. In the interior too, it will get a newly designed dashboard layout and premium cabin with central control. On the inside, AC vents are also going to be available along with a newly designed steering wheel.

Features List

Among the features, it gets a digital instrument cluster with a large touchscreen infotainment system and Apple CarPlay connectivity with wireless Android Auto. Other highlights include dual zone climate control, panoramic sunroof, ambient lighting, wireless mobile charging, height adjustable driver seat, front ventilated seats and many more. At the same time, in the safety feature, it is likely to be given ADAS technology with more safety features.

Engine Specifications

Under the bonnet, it is going to be operated with the same engine option only. It is going to be powered with 1.2 liter turbo petrol engine and 1.5 liter diesel engine. Apart from this, 1.5 liter TGDI turbo engine option is also available in it. All engine options come with six-speed manual and six-speed automatic transmission.


Mahindra XUV300 Facelift Price In India

The price of the upcoming Mahindra XUV300 facelift is expected to be Rs 9 lakh to Rs 15 lakh ex-showroom.


Mahindra XUV300 Facelift Rivals

After launch, it competes with Tata Nexon facelift, Hyundai Venue, Renault Kiger, Nissan Magnite, Maruti Frontx, Maruti Brezza in the Indian market.

Is Mahindra XUV300 facelift coming?

Mahindra XUV300 facelift is a CompactSuv car. It is planned to launch in India in Mar 2024. XUV300 facelift will be priced between ₹ 9.00 – 15.00 Lakh in India. It competes with Mahindra Bolero, Mahindra Bolero Neo, Hyundai Exter, Mahindra XUV300 TurboSport, Renault Kiger.

Launch 20 Mar 2024

Mahindra XUV300 facelift Car Specifications


Rs. 9.00 Lakh onwards


Compact SUV

Launch Date

20 Mar 2024 (Tentative)

What is the mileage of XUV300 2024?

This car is available in Petrol and Diesel options with both Manual & Automatic transmission. It’s Petrol mileage is 18.24 kmpl & Diesel mileage is 20.1 kmpl. XUV300 has got 5 Star safety rating in global NCAP crash test & has 2-6 safety airbags. This model is available in 11 colours.


Is XUV300 overpriced?

With the XUV300, no one will say that. As the most expensive Compact SUV in the segment, most people feel that it’s premium-priced, while some BHPians even feel that it’s overpriced. Fit & finish are better than other Mahindra vehicles – in fact, they are among the best in this

What you’ll like

  *  A compliant ride with neutral road manners

  *  Cabin has enough space for 5. Quality-wise, the interior is more like a Hyundai

  *  Loaded to the gills with equipment (front parking sensors, sunroof, cruise control, auto headlamps & wipers etc)* A              truly premium crossover. Nice build, quality & refinement levels

  *  Great looking! Smart design has none of the usual Mahindra quirkiness

  *  Fantastic engines. The petrol & diesel, both, offer fast performance & good driveability

  *  5-star NCAP rating & kit. 7 airbags, ESP, ABS, all-wheel disc brakes, TPMS, seatbelt reminders for all & more

What you won’t

  *  No automatic option in a market that is moving toward ATs

  * Mahindra’s after-sales service quality is a hit or miss. Remains a gamble

  * Some important features missing (dead pedal, parcel tray, rear air-con, steering reach adjustment etc)

  *  Concerns over niggles in a freshly baked Mahindra. Our test car itself had issues

  *  257-liter boot is the smallest in the segment. There are cheaper hatchbacks which have a larger boot

  * The most expensive Compact SUV in India! Not overpriced, but definitely higher than expected
* Lack of a proper middle variant. W6 trim is simply too bare-bones, while W8 is expensive!


Mahindra has had presence in the 10-lakh SUV space too. However, their vehicles have all been old-school SUVs with body-on-frame constructions. This limited their appeal, as most urban buyers today prefer more modern monocoque-based crossovers which are car-like to drive. The XUV300, which is based on the SsangYong Tivoli, will be the company’s first C2 segment SUV with a monocoque construction.

The most important job for Mahindra was to chop the rear & bring the car’s length to under 4-meters for tax savings. SsangYong has sold more than 2,60,000 units of the Tivoli in more than 50 countries since its launch in 2015. By the look of things, the XUV300 seems to have started off well too. Our sales chart shows that Mahindra sold 4,484 & 4,742 units of the car in the initial 2 months of production.

Because it’s based on the Tivoli, Mahindra saved big bucks in bringing the car here, as compared to developing a car from the ground up. We wish that Mahindra had done an “XUV500” with the pricing. When the XUV500 was launched, it was priced so well that the market response exceeded all expectations!

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