2021 Mahindra XUV700 complete price range revealed, bookings open October 7
Mahindra and Mahindra has released prices of all variants of the Mahindra XUV700. The company will start accepting bookings for the new SUV from October 7 with customer test drives beginning in phases from October 2. The delivery dates will be announced on October 10 starting with the petrol versions of the XUV700. Buyers can also pre-book configure and pre-book the SUV on the Mahindra website while a range of financing and subscription plans are being offered by Mahindra through its FinX platforms.
2021 Mahindra XUV700 variant-wise prices
MX petrol 5-seater - Rs 11.99 lakh
MX diesel 5-seater - Rs 12.49 lakh
AX3 petrol 5-seater MT - Rs 13.99 lakh
AX3 petrol 5-seater AT - Rs 15.59 lakh
AX3 diesel 5-seater MT - Rs 14.59 lakh
AX3 diesel 7-seater MT - Rs Rs 15.19 lakh
AX3 diesel 5-seater AT - Rs 16.19 lakh
AX5 petrol 5-seater MT - Rs 14.99 lakh
AX5 petrol 7-seater MT - Rs 15.59 lakh
AX5 petrol 5-seater AT - Rs 16.59 lakh
AX5 diesel 5-seater MT - Rs 15.59 lakh
AX5 diesel 7-seater MT - Rs 16.19 lakh
AX5 diesel 5-seater AT - Rs 17.19 lakh
AX5 diesel 7-seater AT - Rs 17.79 lakh
AX7 petrol 7-seater MT - Rs 17.59 lakh
AX7 petrol 7-seater AT - Rs 19.19 lakh
AX7 diesel l 7-seater MT - Rs 18.19 lakh
AX7 diesel 7-seater AT - Rs 19.79 lakh
AX7 diesel 7-seater AT AWD - Rs 21.09 lakh
The Mahindra XUV700 is being offered with a 5-seater layout on the MX, AX3 and AX5 variants while the top-spec AX7 is exclusively a 7-seater. The three-row seating option is also available at an additional Rs 60,00 on the AX diesel MT, the AX5 petrol MT and the AX5 diesel versions. The optional luxury pack can only be specified on the top AX7 and cannot be bundled together. The luxury pack costs an additional Rs 1.8 lakh and can be added to all the automatic versions. AWD is only available for an additional Rs 1.3 lakh on the AX7 diesel automatic. All prices here are ex-showroom India.
2021 Mahindra XUV700 MX and AX variant-wise features
Feature highlights of the Mahindra XUV700 MX are an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with only Android Auto, a 7-inch instrument cluster, steering mounted controls, powered outer mirrors with turn indicators, smart door handles, LEd taillamps and 17-inch steel wheels.
The XUV700's AX3 trim starts with the twin 10.25-inch screens with wireless Android Auto/Apple Carplay, the AdrenoX suite of over 60 connected-car features, Alexa integration for voice commands, six speakers, LED DRLs, front fog lamps and 17-inch steel wheels. The next AX5 trim comes with the panoramic sunroof, 17-inch alloy wheels, curtain airbags, LED headlamps, sequential turn indicators and cornering lamps.
Moving to the top AX7 variant brings with it the full suite of ADAS functions that includes drive fatigue alert, adaptive cruise control with braking and the lane-keeping function. Other features here are the air purifier, dual-zone climate control, leatherette seats with 6-way power adjustment, leather steering wheel and gear-lever, side airbags and 18-inch alloy wheels .To know more about the XUV700's variants, click here.
The 12-speaker Sony sound system, flush door handles, 360-degree camera, blind-spot monitoring, electronic parking brake and wireless charging make up the luxury pack.
2021 Mahindra XUV700 engine and gearbox options
The Mahindra XUV700 will be offered with two engine options, the same 2.2-litre mHawk turbo diesel and the 2.0-litre mStallion turbo-petrol from the Thar. However, the engines have been turned up to become the most powerful engine options in this segment on the top AX variants. The diesel puts out 185PS and makes 420 Nm with the 6-speed manual and 450 Nm with the 6-speed automatic. The petrol motor makes 200PS and 380 Nm paired with both gearboxes. The petrol doesn't get drive modes, which are reserved for the diesel. There is also an AWD option available and Mahindra claims the XUV700 can do 0 to 60 kmph in under 5s. In the more basic MX spec, the petrol remains unchanged but the diesel is detuned to 155PS and 360 Nm although only manual gearboxes are on offer.
2021 Mahindra XUV700 rivals
With the wide price range the Mahindra XUV700 covers, the SUV is up against a slew of rivals starting with the most popular Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, the more recent Skoda Kushaq and Volkswagen Taigun as well as the Tata Harrier and Safari twins. The XUV700 also goes up against the three-row Hyundai Alcazar as well as all of MG India's offerings in this segment which include the MG Hector, Hector Plus as well as the upcoming MG Astor.
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