Mahindra XUV700

Mahindra is expanding the XUV700’s market reach by offering the seven-seat model in the base MX model. The XUV700 MX 7-seater is priced at Rs 15 lakh with a diesel engine, which is Rs 3 lakh less than the AX3 7-seater. The new three-row version shares the same features and mechanics as the five-seater XUV700 MX.

The seven-seat variant costs Rs 40,000 more than the 2.2-liter diesel-powered 5-seater XUV700 MX, which retails for Rs 14.60 lakh. The eight-inch infotainment touchscreen with Android Auto, four speakers, a seven-inch MID and analog dials, multiple USB ports, tilt-adjustable steering, a center armrest with storage, an adjustable headrest for four passengers, follow-me-home headlamps, powered ORVMs, and ISOFIX anchors are all features shared by the MX seven-seater and the two-row variant. 

Along with the second row’s center armrest, it is probably going to have the third row AC vents and the 60:40 one-touch tumble feature found on the other seven-seat variants. The same five color options—Everest white, Midnight black, Dazzling crimson, crimson anger, and Napoli black—that are displayed on the MX are probably also available. Do read our news article on Ferrari 12 Cilinderi announced with 830 bhp V12.

The 5-seater and the 7-seater XUV700 MX are mechanically identical. The identical 2.2-liter, 156 horsepower diesel engine powers both, and it only has a 6-speed manual gearbox. Given that the 2.0-liter turbo-petrol engine and 6-speed manual transmission are also options for the MX 5-seater trim, it is probable that the 7-seater will include these as well.

Along with the higher-spec XUV700 Blaze that the SUV specialist just released onto the market, Mahindra is making the XUV700 range more accessible and more luxurious with the addition of this new entry-level trim.

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