2021 Mahindra XUV300 Launched With Automatic Gear, More Than 40 Connected SUV Technology
Mahindra launched its popular SUV 2021 Mahindra XUV300 in India with all-new petrol AutoSHIFT transmission technology. The company said that in addition to the new automatic transmission in its top-end variant W8 (O), all-new BlueSense Plus connected SUV technology has also been given. The company announced that bookings for the all-new petrol auto-shift model have started and the company is set to begin its delivery from mid-February.
2021 Mahindra XUV300 Electric Sunroof
The electric sunroof feature in the Mahindra XUV300 will now be offered in both the mid-variant (W6) of the SUV and above in both manual and auto-shift models. Apart from this, the car has been launched with a new color scheme. The W8 (O) AutoSHIFT variants have been given W-Tone Red and Dual-Tone Aquamarine colors and an all-new Galaxy Gray color option in their W6, W8, and W8 (O) manual variants.
2021 Mahindra XUV300 Connected Features
The all-new BlueSense Plus connected SUV technology offered on the XUV300 offers over 40 features. It has many features like remote door lock / unlock, live vehicle tracking, safety and security features (like Geo-Fencing, Emergency Assist), vehicle information alert (eg how much distance petrol will run out, tire pressure). It is made available on both Android and iOS mobile phones.
2021 Mahindra XUV300 Price
Vijay Nakra, CEO of the automotive division of Mahindra Ltd, said, “Young customers in India do not want to compromise and demand technology-rich convenience and experience. We are launching our new petrol-powered Auto Transmission Autoshift, which Uses advanced technology to offer a simpler drive on the highway along with the City Drive. We are also offering our connected SUV technology Bluescence Plus with over 40 features that will keep today’s consumers always connected. Will make the XUV 300 easily available in the world. ” The new XUV300 with AutoSHIFT starts at Rs. 9.95 lakh, ex-showroom price of the W6 petrol variants in Mumbai.