While the Mahindra XUV300 has reduced the prices of most variants, the price of the W4 and W6 diesel variants has been reduced. The biggest deduction is that the company has reduced the price of Mahindra XUV300 to Rs. 87,129 in the W8 optional petrol variant, while the price of the W8 has been reduced by Rs. 70,000.
The price of W6 and W4 variants of this compact SUV has been reduced by Rs 17,000 and 35,000 respectively. The price of the W8 diesel variant has been reduced by Rs. 20,000 and the price of the W8 optional diesel variant has been reduced by 39,000.
In contrast, the price of W6 diesel has been increased by Rs. 20,000 and that of W4 diesel by Rs. 1,000. After the price reduction, the starting price of Mahindra XUV 300 has gone up to Rs 7.94 lakh and its maximum price has gone up to Rs 12.30 lakh. All prices are ex-showroom.
|Variant||Old Prices||New Prices||Price Reduced|
|W8 Option Petrol||₹11,84,000||₹10,97,000||₹87,129|
|W8 option diesel||₹12,14,000||₹11,75,000||₹39,000|
Let’s say that Mahindra has not reduced the features of the XUV300 SUV nor added any new features. Only its price changes have been made and no other changes have been made. The company has cut prices to attract new customers.
Let us know that Hyundai Venue is ruling in the compact SUV segment, along with models like Maruti Vitara Brezza, Tata Nexon, Ford EcoSport. Now next month, Maruti Brezza’s rebadged version of the Toyota Urban Cruiser and Kia Sonnet is to be launched.
In such a situation, the company has taken such a decision to maintain its sales in the growing competition. However, Mahindra is ahead of all these in terms of XUV 300 safety, which can benefit from it. This price cut is going to be effective from 9 August.
Recently, the price of cars has come down across the country from 1 August. The company may launch Mahindra XUV300 Powerful Variant Sports very soon. The corona epidemic is delayed but according to reports, it will be launched early next year.