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Mahindra TUV 300 2015-2019

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Key Specs of Mahindra TUV 300 2015-2019

Mileage (upto)18.49 kmpl
Engine (upto)1493 cc
Boot Space384-litres

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Mahindra TUV 300 2015-2019 price list (Variants)

TUV 300 2015-2019 P4Manual, DieselEXPIREDRs.9.47 Lakh* 
TUV 300 2015-2019 T8 AMT1493 cc, Automatic, Diesel, 18.49 kmplEXPIREDRs.10.23 Lakh* 
TUV 300 2015-2019 T41493 cc, Manual, Diesel, 18.49 kmplEXPIREDRs.7.37 Lakh* 
TUV 300 2015-2019 T4 Plus1493 cc, Manual, Diesel, 18.49 kmplEXPIREDRs.7.73 Lakh* 
TUV 300 2015-2019 T6 Plus1493 cc, Manual, Diesel, 18.49 kmplEXPIREDRs.8.90 Lakh* 
TUV 300 2015-2019 T61493 cc, Manual, Diesel, 18.49 kmplEXPIREDRs.8.04 Lakh* 
TUV 300 2015-2019 mHAWK100 T81493 cc, Manual, Diesel, 18.49 kmplEXPIREDRs.9.00 Lakh* 
mHAWK100 T8 Dual Tone1493 cc, Manual, Diesel, 18.49 kmplEXPIREDRs.9.15 Lakh* 
TUV 300 2015-2019 T81493 cc, Manual, Diesel, 18.49 kmplEXPIREDRs.9.61 Lakh* 
TUV 300 2015-2019 mHAWK100 T8 AMT1493 cc, Automatic, Diesel, 18.49 kmplEXPIREDRs.9.72 Lakh* 
TUV 300 2015-2019 T101493 cc, Manual, Diesel, 18.49 kmplEXPIREDRs.9.99 Lakh* 
TUV 300 2015-2019 T6 Plus AMT1493 cc, Automatic, Diesel, 18.49 kmplEXPIREDRs.8.33 Lakh* 
TUV 300 2015-2019 T10 AMT1493 cc, Automatic, Diesel, 18.49 kmplEXPIREDRs.10.82 Lakh* 
TUV 300 2015-2019 T8 Plus AMT1493 cc, Automatic, Diesel, 18.49 kmplEXPIREDRs.9.20 Lakh* 
TUV 300 2015-2019 T10 Dual Tone1493 cc, Manual, Diesel, 18.49 kmplEXPIREDRs.10.16 Lakh* 
TUV 300 2015-2019 T10 AMT Dual Tone1493 cc, Automatic, Diesel, 18.49 kmplEXPIREDRs.10.97 Lakh* 
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Mahindra TUV 300 2015-2019 Review

The design grabs a lot of eyeballs. The massive size, prominent body lines, and the wide bonnet work well to make sure people take notice. The interiors are certainly better than what Mahindra used to offer earlier at the same price point (with the Quanto). Comfort is aided with a wide array of features, ranging from the roof lamps, storage trays and cup holders, to the power windows, Bluetooth connectivity and steering mounted audio controls. It gets a torque-loaded diesel motor and an optional AMT too.


Mahindra projects the TUV300 as a tough and rugged vehicle. The styling is said to be inspired from a battle tank. It doesn’t get any more butch than that, does it?

Sitting at the centre of the front is a wide 5-slat grille with chrome inserts to add a premium touch.  Perched on either side of the grille are square-ish headlamp clusters. We wish Mahindra gave the TUV300 daytime running lamps. More so, considering the cheaper KUV100 has them! Foglamps are tucked away in the bottom half of the bumper. The foglamps too get a chrome surround. As you’d expect from a Mahindra, the face has been aggressively styled. It definitely grabs attention for both; the right and the wrong reasons!

The square shaped wheel arches make for an old school design approach. It does look rather quirky. What it also does is leave a large gap between the arch and the wheel. 

On that note, the TUV300 could have done with a better set of wheels. The 15” alloys look rather small and out of place on a car where everything else is so big and bulky.

The sidesteps in black add a functional element to the look, and this goes along with the black ski racks at the top.

The beefed up effect of the rear portion brings some balance to the overall look. While this is the most conservatively designed profile of the car, we like it for its sheer simplicity. The slim wraparound tail lights are decent in design, while the spare wheel is offset towards the right side of the tailgate. 


The cabin of the TUV300 is a mix of beige and black, with some dull silver thrown in. While it isn’t the best quality from the Mahindra stable, it does just fine for the price point. The space is enormous, and the cabin proportions felt exact. Taller/heftier members of our team had little to complain about during the drive.

The all new dashboard layout is marvellous in our opinion, and Mahindra has perfected its beige-black combination with this particular model. The centre region is coloured in black, while the upper and lower halves are beige.

The black design stretches all the way into the front console, extends around the instrument cluster and envelops the steering wheel as well. The centre console is laid out in a simple yet, eye catching manner. We personally feel that it is one of the best looking fascia designs in a Mahindra. The piano black finish for the console adds some zest to the look, and the silver garnish looks nice as well.

Positioned at the top of the console are two AC vents, and right below them is the 2 DIN audio system that comes with Bluetooth, AUX and USB connectivity. The buttons to the radio are spread around the small screen.

At the bottom of the fascia, you have three large AC knobs with chrome surrounds. A 12V power socket along with a USB and AUX-In port have been integrated in front of the gear lever, and resting between the front seats are cup holders and other storage options.

Power switches for all four windows are also hosted in the console area between the seats, while a small storage pocket is present behind the hand brake. We personally felt that these small pockets wouldn't hold anything substantial, but you could find them useful for keeping spare change or your keys.

Look up at the roof and you'll find a cabin light console that resembles that of the Scorpio. Also included here are swivel lamps and a Bluetooth mic. Talking about the inner comfort, we were quite satisfied with the ergonomic build-up of the seating. The front passengers get the benefit of the individual armrests, while headrests for all of the seats further ramp up the comfort. 

The vinyl and fabric mixed upholstery quality is acceptable. The steering wheel inherits the standard Mahindra design that you can easily spot in other vehicles of the brand including the Scorpio and XUV500. The shiny emblem of the company rests at the focus of the wheel, and audio controls have been incorporated at the left. 

The chunky steering wheel is nice to hold. For the top end variants, there is a silver garnish on the lower side of the wheel, which adds an upmarket touch. 

In front of the steering wheel, the instrument cluster houses the tachometer and the speedometer, and when you take a closer look, it feels as though the company never falls short of chrome. The dials have a chrome touch too.


We’re quite impressed with the safety parameters that the vehicle employs. Safety features shared by all the variants include a collapsible steering column, side intrusion beams, a seat belt reminder lamp, an auto door lock function as well as a digital immobiliser.

Dual airbags and ABS can be opted for irrespective of the variant you choose.


1.5L Diesel

The TUV300 gets Mahindra’s mHawk80 motor. The engine is a 1.5-litre, 3-cylinder unit developing 84bhp of power and 230Nm of torque. Mahindra updated the SUV in 2016 and it can be bought with the same engine in a more powerful state of tune as well (100bhp and 240Nm). We tested the mHawk80.

The engine comes along with a 5-speed manual transmission. When you take the machine out for a spin, you get the feeling that this engine prefers to cruise comfortably at lower speeds. The motor's performance peaks at around 100kmph, and begins to taper-off after that. It can manage highway speeds well, but don’t expect hair-raising performance.  


Ride and Handling:

Mahindra struck us as the company with a sound understanding of India's roads, and the right chassis designs to tackle it. The TUV300 has been designed for the rough stuff and offers great bad road ability. However, the handling isn’t great. Whatever you do, don’t treat this like a hatchback. It isn’t nimble and rolls about a lot, with no real feedback from the steering. Take corners with caution and stick to sane speeds and you will be alright.

The ride quality is strictly average. The large ground clearance means that it does tackle broken roads well. However, it also tends to get rather bouncy - especially for the rear seat occupants. The hydraulic steering is fairly light and makes maneuvering the baby-Mahindra quite easy. However, if you've experienced an electric steering set-up in models such as the EcoSport, you will find this one to be slightly heavy at parking speeds. Overall, the steering is quite balanced, although the precision could definitely be improved.


There are seven variants and the entry-level T4 and T4+ come with very nominal features. This includes a tilt adjustable power steering, manual AC, manually adjustable outside mirrors, power windows at the front and rear, and a roof lamp. Next, the T6, T6+ and T6+ AT come with a rear defogger, rear wiper and washer. Also present is a 2 DIN infotainment that comes along with AUX, USB and Bluetooth, and the Mahindra Blue sense smartphone app. The range topping T8 and T8 AMT come with all the bells and whistles. They’re also the only variants that you can have the 100bhp engine with. Exclusively seen here is a driver information system, a voice messaging system along with keyless entry. You also get a height adjustable driver's seat, armrests and lumbar support for the front occupants. 


We'll put it this way - if you need a roomy compact SUV for 5 people and their luggage, the TUV300 is a great option. It has a few chinks in its armor with a slightly low-rent build quality and a mediocre engine compared to its arch rival - the Ford Ecosport. However, in offers the most space in the segment, has an imposing design that no rival can match and can take on bad roads so well, you wish it came with 4x4. 


Pros & Cons of Mahindra TUV 300 2015-2019

Things We Like

  • At 384 litres, it has segment leading cargo volume.
  • Dual airbags along with ABS and EBD available across trim levels.
  • Cabin space. Generous amount of legroom and headroom in the first two rows.

Things We Don't Like

  • The third row jump-seats aren't very comfortable. Best suited to small adults or children.
  • 1.5-litre engine lacks refinement. Sounds crude, also runs out of breath at highway speeds.
  • NVH (Noise, Vibration and Harshness) levels aren't the best. Lot of vibrations can be felt through the pedals and gear lever.

Stand Out Features

  • Pros & Cons of Mahindra TUV 300 2015-2019

    BlueSense technology on the integrated music system. Essentially converts the phone into a BT remote for the system.

  • Pros & Cons of Mahindra TUV 300 2015-2019

    MicroHybrid tech is a segment first. Helps improve efficiency.

Specification of Mahindra TUV 300 2015-2019

Fuel TypeDiesel
Body TypeSUV

Mahindra TUV 300 2015-2019 User Reviews

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  • Awesome Car

    It is a great car for family and personal purpose as well. I owned this car for the last 2.5 yrs. used it on the good road, in the market, on a village road wit...Read More

    By rajnish sharma
    On: Nov 30, 2019 | 221 Views
  • Good Car

    Best experience with an SUV. Great budget SUV. Must try.

    By gurpreet singh
    On: Apr 11, 2019 | 29 Views
  • Value For Money Car

    Under 10 lacs, you get an SUV loaded with basic features and it is a great car for who love to drive an SUV with a low budget.

    By digvijay
    On: Apr 10, 2019 | 35 Views
  • Nice Engine

    This car stays very stable even at higher speed on the highways. Very powerful engine.

    By lakshmi mishra
    On: Apr 06, 2019 | 49 Views
  • My Mahindra TUV 300 T6

    Pros: strong build quality, responsive engine, excellent air condition, low maintenance cost, high on ground clearance, good road grip cons: Body roll, less on features, ...Read More

    By saumya
    On: Apr 04, 2019 | 167 Views
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TUV 300 2015-2019 Latest Update

Latest Update: Mahindra has given the TUV300 a mid-life facelift and its price now starts at Rs 8.38 lakh (ex-showroom Mumbai). Read more about it here.

TUV300 Variants: The TUV300 can be had in five variants - T4+, T6+, T8, T10 and T10(O). Mahindra also offers a dual tone paint scheme on the T10 and T10 (O) variants.

TUV300 Engine: It is powered by a 1.5-litre turbocharged diesel engine that makes 100PS and 240Nm of torque. The transmission duties are taken care of by a 5-speed manual gearbox.

TUV300 Features: Its feature-list includes a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, rear view camera, micro-hybrid tech, eco-driving mode among others. Safety features in the TUV300 include dual front airbags, ISOFIX child seat mounts and ABS with EBD and corner braking control.

TUV300 Rivals: In the sub-4 metre segment,the TUV300 does not have a direct rival as it is a seven-seater. However, in the price bracket it is sold in, it competes against the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Mahindra XUV300, Ford EcoSport, Honda WR-V and Tata Nexon.

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