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201618 Jan



The Mahindra KUV100 was launched in India at Rs 4.42 lakh for the base trim and Rs 6.76 lakh for the top variant (both prices are ex-showroom, Pune). The KUV100 is the third sub-4 metre from the stable of Mahindra after Quanto and TUV300. 


Under the hood, the Mahindra KUV100 will be powered by an all-new range of petrol and diesel engines, the mFalcon series. The petrol engine, mFalcon G80, Mahindra's first ground-up engine, is a 1.2-litre unit that churns out 83 PS and develops 114Nm of peak torque. The new 1.2-litre oil burner, mFalcon D75, is a turbocharged common-rail diesel engine that puts out 78 PS along with a peak torque of 190Nm. Both engines will come mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox. Interestingly, the carmaker currently has no plans to introduce an automatic transmission.


The KUV100 gets a monocoque chassis, much like the XUV500. Furthermore, the Mahindra KUV100 also gets a sleek grille with tooth-like chrome inserts flanked by a pair of uniquely designed head-lamp units with follow-me-home facility and DRLs. Then there's also a pair of chrome-lined LED fog-lamp units, and a two piece air-dam both of which are housed in the front bumper. Mahindra is also offering dual front airbags as an option across its entire variant list, except in the top-end K8 variant that gets them as standard. The is also the first in its segment to offer dual rear fog-lamps.


Inside the cabin, the Mahindra KUV100 is offered with two seating configurations - a standard 5-seat layout and a unique 6-seater plan that has been achieved by using bench seats in both the front and the rear. To offer additional space in the front row for an extra seat, Mahindra has infused the gear lever with the dashboard, while the pull-type handbrake lever is located at the base of the centre console.


In terms of infotainment system, the KUV100 has a 3.5 inch display screen, in-built driver information system, Bluetooth audio & Hands-free call, USB, AUX, steering-mounted controls, 4 speakers and 2 tweeters, Mahindra Blue Sense App compatibility, tilt adjustable three-spoke steering wheel, and height adjustable driver's seat among others. The also gets a cup holder on both front and rear arm rest, and additional storage space at the foot of the rear seat and under the front bench seats.


In terms of safety, it will get ABS, EBD, and an engine immobilizer as standard provisions, along with the optional dual airbags.


Petrol                                            Diesel 

Variants: Prices (Rs)                 Variants: Prices (Rs)  

K2: 4.42 lakh                               K2: 5.22 lakh

K2+: 4.64 lakh                             K2+: 5.44 lakh

K4: 4.77 lakh                               K4: 5.57 lakh

K4+: 4.99 lakh                             K4+: 5.79 lakh

K6: 5.36 lakh                               K6: 6.21 lakh

K6+: 5.58 lakh                             K6+: 6.43 lakh

K8: 5.91 lakh                               K8: 6.76 lakh


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