Mahindra launches TUV 300 T10 to take on rivals like Vitara Brezza

Mahindra has launched a new top-end version of the sub-4 metre, compact SUV, Mahindra TUV 300. The car has been launched just ahead of the festive season and is available in four different variants. The price of the Mahindra TUV 300 T10 varies from Rs. 9.75 lakh to Rs. 10.65 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi.

Mahindra launches TUV 300 T10 to take on rivals like Vitara Brezza

There are four variants of the TUV 300 T10 – Base, T10 AMT, T10 Dual Tone and T10 Dual Tone AMT. Mahindra has not made any official statement about the launch yet but the information is available on their official website.

The range-topping T10 gets many cosmetic upgrades over the previous top-end T8 variant. The car gets a gloss black finished inserts in the grille and the fog lamps. The headlamp gets the carbon black finish. The alloy wheels are also painted in metallic grey and overall looks good. Other changes include the addition of a rear spoiler and blacked out roof available with a certain variant.

The interiors of the Mahindra T10 have also been revised thoroughly. The car now gets dual tone black-beige colour combination. The seats get faux leather cover and diamond stitching that makes them look very premium. The sub 4-metre compact SUV also gets 7-inch touchscreen unit that has Bluetooth, GPS, USB and Mahindra Bluesense. There are four speakers and 2 tweeters in the vehicle with steering mounted controls.

Mahindra launches TUV 300 T10 to take on rivals like Vitara Brezza

The safety feature includes dual airbags, ABS with EBD and ISOFIX child seat hooks. The safety features are as the Mahindra TUV 300 T8.  Under the hood, the engine remains untouched. The Mahindra TUV 300 is powered by a 1.5-litre diesel engine that generates a maximum power of 100 Bhp and 240 Nm of peak torque. The transmission is mated to a 5-speed manual or AMT to offer a wide range of choices to the buyer.

Mahindra is also planning to launch other all-new vehicles like the MPV rivalling the Innova Crysta and a compact SUV rivalling the EcoSport in India.

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