Mahindra showcases official accessories for the XUV500 [Video]

Mahindra is India’s biggest utility vehicle manufacturer and has a range of vehicles sold inside and abroad. XUV500 is one such vehicle. It was one of the most premium SUV manufactured by Mahindra until the launch of Alturas G4. Even after so many years of the launch, XUV500 is still popular in the segment and doing decent numbers. The 7-seater SUV is now competing with the new comers like Tata Harrier, Kia Seltos, MG Hector in the market and is due for an update. Mahindra also offers a wide range of accessories for the XUV500 and here we have the list of official accessories that you can have with your XUV500.

The video shows a range of accessories that one buy for the XUV500. It starts with the seat covers which add character to the cabin of the XUV500. Second is the diamond cut alloy wheels for that sporty look. Then there is the Chrome garnish on the outside rear view mirror and front grille’s upper portion for that premium touch. Mahindra is also providing the reverse parking assist camera as an accessory for lower trims. All the accessories shown in the video can be purchased from Mahindra showrooms across the country. The same can be purchased online via Mahindra’s official e-store m2all.com.

Coming back to the XUV500, it is getting a bit outdated in comparison to its competition. Mahindra is currently working to launch the all-new XUV500. The upcoming vehicle will be launched in the Indian market next year and the vehicle has been spotted testing on our roads multiple times. The all-new XUV500 will look completely different from the current version of the model. It will be bigger and wider than the current generation.

Mahindra Xuv500 Accessories Featured

Coming to the engine, Mahindra is developing an all-new 2.0-litre diesel engine that will be used to power the next-generation of Mahindra SUVs including the all-new XUV500, all-new Scorpio and the all-new Thar. With the new engine, the Mahindra XUV500 is expected to generate around a maximum of 180 Bhp, and about 400-420 Nm of torque. It will be an all-new BS6 compliant engine. Since Mahindra XUV500 is currently available in both 2WD and AWD versions, the all-new XUV500 is likely to offer the same. It is not known if the all-new XUV500 will offer a petrol engine option. However, there will be a choice of manual and automatic transmission options with the diesel engine.