Mahindra Introduces 'Bronze Green' TUV300 On Independence Day
Mahindra, the Indian SUV-maker, is celebrating India’s 70th Independence Day with full enthusiasm. Apart from the Freedom Festival – in which Mahindra has listed the TUV300 with benefits up to Rs 55,000 – the carmaker has now launched a new combat-green colour for the TUV300. The new colour option is called 'Bronze Green' and will only be available on a made-to-order basis. It will most likely be available at no added cost; but, being a made-to-order product, likely to be a limited edition. Apart from the colour change, no other cosmetic or mechanical upgrades have been made to the car. This type of colour is used by our country's defence forces on their Vehicles, which makes the TUV300 look even tougher.
Other than the limited-edition Bronze Green, the car is also available in Bold Black, Molten Orange, Majestic Silver, Dynamo Red, Verve Blue and Glacier White as standard colours.
Mechanically, the car is powered by two 1.5-litre mHAWK series diesel engines. The 'mHAWK80' produces 83.6PS (80.2PS in AMT) power and 230Nm of torque. This is available in the first six trims, whereas the 'mHAWK100' tune produces 100PS power and 240Nm torque and is only available with the top two variants. Both of these tunes are available with an optional AMT automatic gearbox.
Apart from the TUV300, Mahindra also has the NuvoSport in the sub-four metre SUV space. Now, the company plans to further expand its products in this segment by introducing a smaller Bolero. This SUV will most likely be launched this month and will feature the same engine as the TUV300, but with a different, less powerful tune.
The price list of the TUV300 (ex-showroom, Delhi) is as follows:
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