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December 8, 2014: Xylo MPV has been an excellent product for Mahindra. It is available in both BSIII and BSIV certified emission standards. Whereas the BSIII certified variants are sold primarily in areas outside metro cities, the stricter BSIV variants caters primarily to metros. It comes with choice of two diesel engines, and offered in five different trims, namely- D2, D4, H4, H8 and H9.
Mahindra Xylo made entry into the Indian market when the MUV market was dominated by Toyota Innova and Chevrolet Tavera. The Xylo can be stretched easily to the speed at which it goes as fast as it possibly can. Mahindra has made this car after a lot of research and testing not just in India but also Sweden, Australia and South Africa and that is why they have come up with a good product. It is product for world success. Xylo as Mahindra’s vehicle is all new and nothing is shared with Scorpio. Y read more 9
Mahindra Xylo is the cheapest MUV being sold in India. Xylo is true Value for Money vehicle as it has all features of a SUV, Sedan and MUV combined in one. As far as the positives go, the list is very big.
Let me list a few which I am really happy about in my JAVA Brown Xylo. Very Spacious Vehicle. At speeds of 140 KM/h also, the vehicle is very stable (no vibration, no steering fuzz, no extra noise). Maximum speed can be stretched to 160 Km/h. Best part of Xylo is AC. It gives good efficien read more 24
I am an old admirer of the Mahindra Scorpio model since last few years the technology has been changed to some extant and because of this i was looking for a SUV which looks attractive as well as which performs well. Then just few year's back company launched the Mahindra Xylo model in India. Mahindra Xylo is an Premium MUV which nicely designed and made stylish by using some great exterior designing. Many features of Mahindra Xylo like its Wheel suspension and its braking system are commend read more 6
The Mahindra Xylo is an affordable people mover that’s been designed to offer a decent mix of features, practicality and comfort. When introduced, it was a rival to the Toyota Innova, though the latter has now moved into a higher price bracket altogether. Today, the Xylo is a bigger alternative to the likes of the Maruti Ertiga and Honda Mobilio, and while it is an MUV, its design is more SUV-like, making it more appealing for some people. Can the Xylo meet your needs and is bigger really better?
Things We Like in Xylo
Spacious and comfortable cabin makes the Xylo accommodating for big families.
2.2-litre diesel engine offers good low-end torque delivery.
Can seat up to nine if the rear jump seats are opted for.
Things We Don't Like in Xylo
Interior feels dated and offers average fit and finish quality.
Bumpy ride quality and body-roll.
Stand Out Features
Middle-row captain seats.
The Xylo is a value-for-money offering as it provides space and comfort that few others can match for the price. Despite the updates it has received over the years, it still isn’t a premium offering, but one that can meet most needs.
"Despite the updates it has received over the years, it still isn’t a premium offering, but one that can meet most needs."
Like most Mahindras, it has been built to take a punishing and is a good option for semi-urban/rural India. While it is a good urban commuter as well, it lacks the finesse and premium touches you get with similarly prices MPVs/SUVs/crossovers, but offers loads of practicality.
The muscular and rugged Xylo was the first MPV (Multi Utility Vehicle) from Mahindra’s stable. It was launched a couple of years back and was sold in good numbers. The Xylo was the only alternative to the MPV from Toyota, the Innova. The outgoing Mahindra Xylo was known for its reliability and spacious interiors, but the MPV also lacked in a few areas. We will speak of them in detail in the later part of the review. Mahindra who is riding high with the grand success of their XUV 500, recently launched the revamped version of Xylo which included a host of new stuff coming on to it.
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In a bid to increase Xylo's sales, Mahindra has introduced updated Xylo at a price of Rs. 7.52 lakh (BSIII) and Rs. 7.66 (BSIV) (All Ex Showroom New Delhi). The refreshed MUV comes with both mechanical and cosmetic changes. The new Xylo comes in five trims, namely, D2, D4, H4, H8 and and the top-of-the-line H9 and is priced in between Rs. 7.52 to 10.3 lakh. Read Full News
India's leading utility vehicle maker Mahindra & Mahindra has today launched the Xylo D2 MAXX with 9 seats option, which makes it the first 9-seater Xylo model. Priced at Rs 7.12 lakh (BS3, ex-showroom, Mumbai), this variant gets side-facing rear seats in additon to the regualar model. The company claims the Xylo D2 MAXX to have received a new look front grille with Mahindra logo, new bumper with sporty air dams and wheel arches, giving it a distinct look. Read Full News
After teasing the Mahindra Xylo H-Series on its official Facebook page, Mahindra & Mahindra has now finally launched the H-Series Xylo in India for Rs. 8.23 lakh (ex-showroom, Mumbai). The Xylo H-Series has been made available in three variants H4, H8 and H9. The H-Series Xylo will now be made available in dolphin grey colour. The H8 and H9 are priced similar to that of the outgoing E-Series Variants. The Xylo will now sport the more powerful mHawk engine that does its duty to the all Scorpio LX and above variants. Read Full News