Mahindra XUV300 First Look Preview

The much awaited and all new Mahindra’s compact SUV is just been unveiled, and the car has got an eye catchy stylish look with extra touchups to make you go crazy. Mahindra has finally changed the way how they used to deal with their customers by approaching towards a new style and compact sized for their upcoming premium car, I.e. the all-new Mahindra XUV300.

What you will go to like about this new Mahindra car is its design. The designers of the company have taken a new step and designed this car with respect to the Indian market and its consumers. The new Mahindra XUV300 has lines instead of curvy design from its exteriors. The car does look like Hyundai’s best-selling compact SUV I.e. Hyundai Creta.

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You might get confused after seeing this car for the first time, and assumed that this will be the new edition of Creta. However, it is not a new Creta edition, but Mahindra’s all-new XUV300. We all are very well aware of the popularity of Mahindra’s XUV500 car. Well, the new Mahindra XUV300 seems to break down all the records set by its predecessor and other SUVs from different brands.

The front looks exactly the same as the Mahindra XUV500, and the company has adopted many features of their previous car in the new XUV300. If we talk about the rear, from the rear side, the car looks like Hyundai’s Creta. The taillights and the whole exterior from the rear do look like Creta.

The wheelbase of the car is longer than Creta which makes the car more spacious. It seems like the company has adopted the design of exteriors and interiors from Hyundai’s Creta and Maruti Suzuki’s Vitara Brezza.

Unfortunately, there’s not much information about the variants and the pricing of this compact SUV from Mahindra. However, we can expect this car to be ranged between 10L to 15L for the Indian consumers. The company will soon hold a press conference while announcing this car for the market along with its official specifications, variants, and pricing list.

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