Mahindra will solely supply the BS6-compliant petrol
6th Mar 2020 5:22 pm
Mahindra will solely supply the BS6-compliant petrol KUV 100 with the 6-seat configuration and in three trim-levels now – K2+, K4+, and K8.
Mahindra’s KUV 100NXT has been round in its present guise in our market since late 2017. Now, with the brand new emissions deadline quick approaching.
The Indian carmaker has launched the BS6-compliant petrol KUV 100NXT in three trim-levels, that are anticipated to attain showrooms within the coming weeks.
Prices for the upgraded mannequin begin at Rs 5.50 lakh for the K2+ trim, Rs 5.96 lakh for the K4+ trim and Rs 7.12 lakh for the K8 trim (ex-showroom, Mumbai).
The most notable change on the brand new mannequin is the BS6 compliant 1.2-liter, three-cylinder petrol engine, which is predicted to produce the identical 83hp and 115Nm of torque as its BS4 counterpart.
The motor additionally continues to be paired with a 5-speed guide gearbox.
In phrases of styling, no adjustments have been made to the KUV 100NXT, compared to the earlier fashions, because the exteriors nonetheless function the identical grille design, entrance and rear bumpers, fake skid plates and 15-inch alloy wheels (on the top-spec trim degree) because of the BS4 mannequin.
Coming to the interiors, the dashboard design stays unchanged, as does the gear on supply.
The K8 model continues to include a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system (with GPS navigation), a multi-information show, computerized local weather management, steering-mounted audio controls, driver’s seat top alter, and a cooled glovebox.
What is value noting is that, although the earlier mannequin was supplied as each, a 5- or 6-seater configuration, the BS6-compliant mannequin is just supplied with the latter.
Lastly, by way of rivals, the upgraded KUV 100NXT will proceed to compete with a variety of crossover hatchbacks such because the not too long ago refreshed Maruti Ignis and the upcoming Honda WR-V facelift.