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Mileage16.0 kmpl
Service Cost Rs 5,724 /yr
 
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Engine2179 cc 
BHP140
 
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TransmissionAutomatic
Rear AC VentsYes
 
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ABSYes
Driver AirbagYes
 
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Duration 5 years
EMIRs 35,977
 
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July 19, 2016:  Since its introduction in 2011, the one thing we were waiting for in the Mahindra XUV500 was an automatic transmission. The Indian automaker finally fulfilled that desire by launching the two-pedal version of the crossover in November 2015. Until now, Mahindra offered the auto-box in three variants (W8 front-wheel drive, W10 front-wheel drive and W10 all-wheel drive). In order to make the XUV auto even more accessible, Mahindra has now launched the W6 front-wheel drive variant with the transmission at a price of Rs 14.29 lakh ex-showroom Navi Mumbai. Like the other variants, the W6 automatic also uses the 6-speed torque-converter automatic gearbox sourced from AISIN, Japan and comes mated to the 2.2-litre mHawk diesel engine. At launch, Mahindra omitted features like the passive keyless entry system and push button starter from the XUV500 AT. Mahindra has now added both features and buyers can get them with the range-topping W10 variant with both, the manual and automatic versions.

Mahindra XUV500 price list (Variants)

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W4 1.99 mHawk
1997 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 16.0 kmpl
Rs 12.43 Lakh*
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W4
2179 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 16.0 kmpl
Rs 12.43 Lakh*
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W6 1.99 mHawk
1997 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 16.0 kmpl
Rs 13.85 Lakh*
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W6
2179 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 16.0 kmpl
Rs 13.85 Lakh*
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AT W6 1.99 mHawk
1997 cc,  Automatic, Diesel, 16.0 kmpl
Rs 14.72 Lakh*
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AT W6 2WD
2179 cc,  Automatic, Diesel, 16.0 kmpl
Rs 14.72 Lakh*
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W8 1.99 mHawk
1997 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 16.0 kmpl
Rs 15.59 Lakh*
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W8 2WD
2179 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 16.0 kmpl
Rs 15.59 Lakh*
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AT W8 1.99 mHawk
1997 cc,  Automatic, Diesel, 16.0 kmpl
Rs 16.68 Lakh*
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W10 1.99 mHawk
1997 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 16.0 kmpl
Rs 16.5 Lakh*
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W8 AWD
2179 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 16.0 kmpl
Rs 16.44 Lakh*
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W10 2WD
2179 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 16.0 kmpl
Rs 17.06 Lakh*
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AT W8 FWD
2179 cc,  Automatic, Diesel, 16.0 kmpl
Rs 16.68 Lakh*
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AT W10 FWD
2179 cc,  Automatic, Diesel, 16.0 kmpl
Rs 17.53 Lakh*
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W10 AWD
2179 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 16.0 kmpl
Rs 17.36 Lakh*
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AT W10 1.99 mHawk
1997 cc,  Automatic, Diesel, 16.0 kmpl
Rs 17.53 Lakh*
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AT W10 AWD
2179 cc,  Automatic, Diesel, 16.0 kmpl
Rs 18.6 Lakh*
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    Hi, my name is Prabhraj Singh. I bought a Mahindra XUV500 in March 2016. I own a chain of restaurants in Jaipur and needed a comfortable family car, which can also be used to carry some heavy luggage as and when needed.Let me start off by saying that the car is fantastic. Yes, it has its ups and downs but all over, the SUV is really great. It fulfills both the personal and professional requirements with ease. The car has a powerful engine and a lot of space. The space in the cabin and the leg ro read more 51

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    XUV500 is a solid vehicle and it looks majestic. Besides its looks, it scores in its performance too. Its road grip is phenomenal. It is a pleasure to drive the vehicle on a long trip. The fuel economy is amazing and it clocks 15 kmpl on highways and 9 kmpl on City drive.One feature of the XUV which is not advertised but I find it very useful is the auto start/stop feature. When you have to Stop it on a signal, just shift your gear to neutral and remove your legs from the pedal. The Engine autom read more 17

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    The first thing which got me attracted towards XUV500 was it highly impressive looks, it looked both sturdy at the same time also conveyed a message it could also be a family car. The car doors in particular are specially designed. Interior (Features, Space & Comfort) The best, Electrically adjustable ORVM's, Seat, Sunroof make it Exessively Comfortable. GPS Infotainment system is awesome. The car is full of secret storage places, gives a James Bond feel. Engine Performance, Fuel Economy read more 11

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XUV500 colors

  • Tuscan Red

  • Opulent Purple

  • Pearl White

  • Moondust Silver

  • Volcano Black

  • Dolphin Grey

  • Sunset Orange

Mahindra XUV500 mileage

Variant Mileage (City) Mileage (Highway)
Diesel13.8 kmpl 16.0 kmpl

Mahindra XUV500 review

Introduction:

Mahindra is just the company that you can trust with a release such as this. The company currently stands on the shoulders of a portfolio of strong, well performed SUVs that have taken the market by storm. The XUV500 is probably the toughest and most majestic vehicle of the entire lot, and we're sure it's one of those vehicles that will be shaping the trend a long time after. It is needless to say, however, that the robust machine comes with the potential to disappoint just as much as it has to delight, and we're here to plunge into its every facet to find out where it scores and where it doesn't.

Pros:

1. Very large and spacious interiors, plenty of room in first two rows.

2. Reliable engine performance in highways as well as city roads.

3. Delhiites can now buy the model with a 1997cc engine under the hood.

Cons:

1. The lack of substantial luggage space is sure to hit buyers hard.

2. The 3rd row seats are a little too cramped for adults to comfortably sit in.

3. Mahindra lacks the premium after-sales service that customers might expect from other brands.

Stand-out Features:

1.The voice messaging system and the touch-screen Infotainment system capture just what the younger generation today want in a car.

2. ABS, EBD, ESP and many other stability aids is sure to place the vehicle in an extremely good light.

Overall:

The XUV500 is the type of vehicle that casts a menacing aura around it, with a commanding exterior build the likes of which few road machines have seen before. Its impressive image is further refined with a well balanced alignment, a raw design theme and numerous fine highlights. Meanwhile, when you step into the interior, you're sure to feel a tingle of awe at the enormous, spacious cabin, which comes along with numerous comfort aids. The higher variants of the model series bring an edge of entertainment to your feet, with a Touchscreen Infotainment system, a voice messaging system, the Mahindra Blue Sense app and many more exciting features. Propulsion power for the drive comes from a mighty 2.2-litre mHawk diesel engine, which guarantees a strain-free and wholesome drive with the advent of strong disc brakes and a well reinforced chassis arrangement. Now, the XUV500 comes with a 2.0-litre under the hood (exclusive for Delhi) that churns out exactly the same power and torque like 2.2-litre mHawk mill.

Exteriors:

The large, muscular pose of the vehicle draws a really strong appeal over it, and we're know for one that younger viewers will absolutely love it. The company has also infused a delicate and feminine touch to the robust vehicle, with subtle body lines, chrome highlights and an agile, streamlined shape that is sure to get heads turning when on the street.

When you look at the model from the front, you feel a powerful pulse emanate from it. The massive bonnet, large grille and the aesthetically designed skirts bring a bold look to the front, and this sets the tone for the entire vehicle's image.

At the centre of the front is a large black grille with the company's marque engraved upon it, and you're sure to feel the adrenaline upon viewing the slim chrome highlights that blend into the black background perfectly. Stationed on either side of this are intricately designed headlamp clusters that come with all the lighting systems an average citizen would expect.

The front skirts have been skilfully moulded, so that the fine cladding and the visible curves add to the strength of the front. By the corner of the bumper, the fog lamps have been touched with a chrome bezel applique, and although it's not wholly prominent, we enjoyed the refined atmosphere that the car was trying to build.

The massive bonnet has been streaked with soft lines, and this is sure to satisfy the appetite of modern audiences. You catch a spark of true design ingenuity when you view the way the metallic skin of the bonnet streams into the side and builds around the thick, sturdy wheel arches.

The muscular fenders add a more vitalised feel to the side profile, and that's just the type of thing audiences today like. The well structured alloy wheels bring another small visual treat to the casual eye, while at the top, the black roof rails invoke a slightly more functional image in our opinion.

As we stood before the vehicle, it was clear to us that this company loves to add sizzle to its vehicle, and the chrome lining on the window does just that. The black coloured window frames help to diversify the look, together with the prominent cladding strips that sweep through the side.

A glance at this machine is enough to fortify your impression of a well tailored, balanced vehicle. The rear portion is bulkier and wider than the front, allowing the roof to taper down gently towards the front, before sinking towards the bonnet. We've got to hand it to them; Mahindra has done a phenomenal job in polishing this machine up for a gritty and sporty edge. Despite being a large and hefty SUV, its streamlined and graceful profile does add racy elements to it.

The large tailgate is flanked by vertical tail-lamps, while serene body lines cut in towards the centre. The chrome bezel highlight on the tailgate finishes off the entire picture with an neat and opulent look.

Interiors:

The cabin is spacious, and there would be little effort needed in hosting tall, burly and larger people within it. As you take a seat within the vehicle, you feel an aura that leans towards lavishness, but anyone would admit that it isn't near perfection.

A tiny 'wow' factor emanates from the gizmos and the facilities hosted at the centre console, but you're sure to notice certain elements in the design that could use better quality. Nevertheless, we maintain that it's still a pretty sound offer considering its price, which is Rs.9 lakhs short of the Fortuner. The dual tone black and beige environment is an improvement from its earlier condition which, we thought was rather dry. The upper half of the dash is coloured in polished black, while the glove box and its surrounding area is beige. By the corners of the wide dashboard, you have vertically positioned AC vents, and we thought this evoked a more distinguished look for the place.

At the top of the centre console is the Infotainment system with a touchscreen display and the controls at the bottom. Staged below this is the air conditioning system which comes along with rotary controls that we thought looked pretty classy.

By the right hand side, the steering wheel has an eye catching design, and we thought it felt good to hold.

The instrument cluster arrangement is perhaps the most stylish element of the entire cabin, with two bloated covers blanketing the tachometer and the speedometer.

We had little to complain about in the seating arrangement, and it is clear that an ergonomic precision has guided this. The Beige colouring of the seats, we thought, was pretty holistic, and the leather upholstery also feels good. The presence of headrests and armrests for front row is sure to rake up your comfort level.

The central armrest console of the front occupants comes along with a storage compartment that is cleverly tucked underneath.

There is plenty of legroom for the front and second row, but we thought that the third row was best suited for children or smaller adults.

Performance:

The rugged machine gets an equally rugged engine-the mHawk140 diesel engine with a displacement of 2179cc. The power-plant is armed with a variable geometry turbocharger, and this definitely bolsters its performance capacity to a certain degree. The machine's specifications are reasonable, with a power of 140bhp at 3750rpm along with a torque of 330Nm at 1600rpm to 2800rpm. As you start the engine, you can sense a very minimal turbo lag. The drive quality on urban roads is fantastic, and the power-train drags the mighty machine gracefully through your every day streets. The power delivery is linear at all times, and sudden anomalies in the engine sound are remarkably rare. The 6-speed manual synchromesh gearbox is pretty easy to use. The first and the second gear come with a distinctly short gap, and this may be of good aid when you're rolling through traffic, for you'd rarely need to downshift in these close and messy times.

Now, for the Delhiites, the XUV500 comes exclusively with a 1997cc diesel engine option that releases the same output as the 2.2-litre mHawk oil-burner. However, this mill comes with a 6-speed manual gearbox only. This comes in wake of Supreme Court's ban on diesel engines with a size of more than 2.0-litres. This new launch will now open the Delhi market for Mahindra.

Ride and Handling:

We thought that the chassis arrangement was very well tuned, keeping the ride smoother than you'd expect. In addition to this, the powerful construct and wide grounding of the vehicle also boosts stability during the ride. There was minimal body roll by SUV standards, but you'd need to keep yourself anchored when cornering. But linear drives are marvellous at speeds as high as 120kmph, and we couldn't help but get the feeling that the car had been fastened to the ground.

The independent suspension arrangement does a good job, with a combination of a McPherson front axle and Multi-link type rear. Anti roll bars have been clipped onto both arms, helping to cement stability further. Meanwhile, disc and caliper type brakes do a great job of containing the car's speeds and bringing it to a stop, and this does add up to an even more excellent handling quality altogether.

Safety:

There are some strong safety shields for the occupants, including dual front airbags, together with side and curtain airbags as well. All variants come with ABS and EBD, while the higher end trims also get an electronic stability program that comes along with rollover mitigation. Peace of mind is also ensured with a hill hold and descent control, side impact beams, crumple zones that guard against crashes and tubeless radials that enhance control when driving.

Variants:

The model series comes in four variants, the W4, W6, W8 and W10. The entry level trim, the W4, has a limited list of features that includes a single row LCD display, projector headlamps, an electrically operated temperature control, tilt power steering, a twin pod instrument cluster, power windows and a remote tail-gate opener. Meanwhile W6 and W8 trims level up the comfort with some more features, such as an advanced Intellipark system, reading lamps, an entry assist lamp, and many more. Meanwhile, the top end trim, W10 has it all: illuminated scuff plates, a hill descent control, a remote central locking system, puddle lamps, a 7 inch touchscreen Infotainment system, a voice messaging system and an electronic steering lock. We'd say that the top end variant would satisfy you if you insist on high quality luxury, while the lower end trims would suit people who could compromise on comforts for a better price.

Verdict:

This is a vehicle that will have a strong appeal for a certain class of people. Its muscular exteriors, spacious and comfortable interiors and reliable handling place it well ahead of many competitors in the segment. On the downside, you'll have to put up with a minimal luggage carrying capacity, a more utilitarian cabin design, some cramped space in the third row and a performance that could be better. At the end of the day, you'll love this vehicle if you're out for a good look, a good drive and a decent price. If you're the type that wants a wider package, then some other model would best serve your interests.

Mahindra XUV500 price

Variants New Delhi Bangalore Mumbai Chennai Pune Hyderabad Kolkata Find On Road Price in Your City
W4 1.99 mHawk
(Diesel)
12,42,741 - - - - - -   Get On Road Price  
W4
(Diesel)
12,42,741 12,57,718 13,05,530 12,57,561 12,41,286 12,52,742 12,68,243   Get On Road Price  
W6 1.99 mHawk
(Diesel)
13,84,636 - - - - - -   Get On Road Price  
W6
(Diesel)
13,84,636 13,92,479 14,46,028 13,92,322 13,74,870 13,87,503 14,02,690   Get On Road Price  
AT W6 1.99 mHawk
(Diesel)
14,72,242 - - - - - -   Get On Road Price  
AT W6 2WD
(Diesel)
14,72,242 14,81,643 15,38,987 14,81,486 14,63,255 14,76,667 15,12,601   Get On Road Price  
W8 1.99 mHawk
(Diesel)
15,59,402 - - - - - -   Get On Road Price  
W8 2WD
(Diesel)
15,59,402 15,69,549 16,30,933 15,69,298 15,50,676 15,64,858 15,81,782   Get On Road Price  
AT W8 1.99 mHawk
(Diesel)
16,68,358 - - - - - -   Get On Road Price  
W10 1.99 mHawk
(Diesel)
16,49,833 - - - - - -   Get On Road Price  
W8 AWD
(Diesel)
16,43,730 16,59,522 17,23,990 16,59,505 16,39,154 16,54,116 16,91,785   Get On Road Price  
W10 2WD
(Diesel)
17,06,012 16,60,093 16,40,428 16,59,842 16,40,428 16,55,402 16,73,199   Get On Road Price  
AT W8 FWD
(Diesel)
16,68,358 16,78,907 17,44,945 16,78,656 16,59,078 16,42,684 17,12,083   Get On Road Price  
AT W10 FWD
(Diesel)
17,53,192 17,63,627 18,33,271 17,63,376 17,43,058 17,58,936 17,77,734   Get On Road Price  
W10 AWD
(Diesel)
17,36,484 17,71,615 17,50,269 17,71,598 17,50,269 17,66,210 17,85,110   Get On Road Price  
AT W10 1.99 mHawk
(Diesel)
17,53,192 - - - - - -   Get On Road Price  
AT W10 AWD
(Diesel)
18,59,862 18,75,310 19,48,964 18,75,293 18,53,058 18,69,904 18,89,807   Get On Road Price  

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Mahindra XUV500 in news

Mahindra XUV500 Automatic Gets Passive Keyless Entry, Push Button Start

Both features were already offered with the manual variant! Read Full News

Posted On | July 19, 2016 | 105010 Views

Delhi: Mahindra XUV500 1.99-Litre Automatic Launched At Rs 14.51 Lakh

The automatic will be available in the W6, W8 and W10 trims in front-wheel-drive only! Read Full News

Posted On | June 14, 2016 | 273206 Views

Mahindra Scorpio And XUV500 To Get Petrol Variants This Year

Mahindra, the Indian SUV maker has announced that it will be rolling out petrol options for the Scorpio and the XUV500 sometime this year.  Read Full News

Posted On | June 01, 2016 | 49072 Views
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