Mahindra has said that petrol and diesel engines will be included in the powertrain option. At the same time, it will come with manual and automatic transmission.
Earlier this month, Mahindra revealed the name of its upcoming Three Row SUV, which is the XUV700. This vehicle will replace the current generation XUV500. In such a situation, the company has now listed the XUV700 on the website. Production of the XUV500 will be halted when the company launches the XUV700. If the sources are to be believed, then it is being said that the company can launch the XUV500 again in 5 seater variants, but currently it has time.
The car maker has currently filed a trademark with three names. This includes the XUV100, XUV400 and XUV900. Permission is currently under process on these applications. If we talk about the XUV700 prototype, then we can get this vehicle in the Three Row SUV. In terms of features, it can be provided with panoramic sunroof, flush fitting door handles, two screen setup, flat bottom steering wheels, electronic parking brake with auto hold function.
Mahindra has said that petrol and diesel engines will be included in the powertrain option. At the same time, it will come with manual and automatic transmission. Four wheel drive option will also be made available in some selected variants. On launch, this vehicle will give a tough competition to Tata Safari, Hector Plus and Toyota Innova Crysta.
Last month, Mahindra set a new record in sales
Mahindra & Mahindra has sold a total of 40,403 units in March. In March 2020, the company dispatched 6,679 units due to cell interruption due to COVID-19 epidemic. The automaker sold 16,700 passenger vehicles in the domestic market last month, while in March 2020 it dispatched 3,383 units.
Mahindra & Mahindra Automotive Division CEO Vijay Nakra said that we are seeing very good demand growth in Mahindra and our SUV range has a strong pipeline of Bolero, Scorpio, XUV300, All-New Thar and Bolero pick-up. is. Last month, Mahindra’s exports stood at 2,126 units.
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