The new Mahindra KUV100 in greater detail

The new Mahindra KUV100 starts these days its marketing in India and it is for this reason that we have the opportunity to get to know a new batch of official images that allow us to analyze it in greater depth.

Mahindra-KUV100-1Con the occasion of the start of marketing in India’s new KUV100, Mahindra issued a series of official images that allow us to meet this little compact SUV in greater depth.

this Is the SUV smallest within the family Mahindra, that rather, it is a utility of the segment with the appearance of crossover. Your body measured 3,675 mm in length, 1,715 mm wide and 1,635 mm in height, and is based on a completely new, and an exterior style that takes certain elements of its larger siblings, the XUV500 and TUV300.

despite its small size, it has a boot capacity of 243 liters, which can be expanded up to 473 litres after folding down the back seats. In addition, it is offered with two different seating configurations, which allow to accommodate five or six people, thanks to the features of a front bench that can accommodate three adults.

Mahindra-KUV100-2In the interior 3.5-inch display of the system of information and entertainment, in addition to some details in the finish, which in India are not common for this segment.

For the indian market Mahindra has established three levels of finish and according to the versions, you can include brakes ABS with EBD, two front airbags, air conditioning, adjustable steering wheel, infotainment system with Bluetooth and USB, central locking with remote control, lift moons electric, daytime running lamps Led”, etc

Under the hood premiered the new engines, Falcon in versions of gasoline and diesel fuel. The first of them is a G80, three-cylinder, 1.2-liter and 82 HP with a torque of 115 Nm. Between the diesel is the D75, a three-cylinder 1.2 liters with 77 HP and 190 Nm of torque. The thrusters are combined only with a change 5-speed manual.

The petrol engine offers a consumption of 5.9 liters per 100 kilometers, while the diesel manages with 4.4 liters per 100 kilometers. The energy saving is favored in addition by the system stop&start starting and stopping the engine and the modalities of driving the PWR and ECO.

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Author: Adrian

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