Mahindra TUV300 Goes Missing from Official Website. Discontinued?

Mahindra TUV300 Removed from Official Website

India’s one of the largest carmaker Mahindra & Mahindra has recently removed the brands iconic and probably first compact SUV from the company the Mahindra TUV300 from its official website. Rumours suggest that the brand could have discontinued the TUV300 permanently from the brand’s lineup. But its was in May when a possible BS6 compliant test mule was spotted testing on Indian roads. Additionally, Mahindra has also been testing a new 3-row version of the TUV300 Plus. So Is it that Mahindra is planning to relaunch the TUV300 in a brand new avatar or Mahindra has just realised that having a BS4 vehicle in an all-BS6 line-up just doesn’t make any sense.

Mahindra TUV300

As of now, it is pretty unclear whether Mahindra will launch the BS6 TUV300 or not but if someday it decides to launch the new TUV300 this is what it would look like.

BS6 Mahindra TUV300 | Specifications

  • Under its revised hood, the TUV300 would feature an upgraded version of its previous 1.5-litre three-cylinder diesel engine compliant to the BS6 emission norms.
  • However, it is still unknown how the engine will perform with the new upgrades but one thing for certain that the engine will continue to deliver the power output within the 100hp region.

Read More: 2020 TUV300 Launch Postponed | Possible Launch Next-Year

BS6 Mahindra TUV300 | Features

  • On the outside, it might get a new high-rise revised grille giving the updated TUV300 a much more rugged and heavy look. Other additional tweaks n the outside include new rectangular head and fog lamps with LED DRL’s.
BS6 TUV300 | Source
  • The new TUV300 also gets new DRL’s have been placed towards the upper edge of the unit giving the front a much more dynamic look.
  • keeping in mind the consumer Mahindra will surely make sure that the car gets loaded with some practical and useful features on the inside.

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