Mahindra TUV300 in Bronze Green Colour Introduced on Independence Day


Mahindra TUV300 in Bronze Green colour is available across all the trims

Mahindra & Mahindra has introduced an all new colour to the TUV300, to commemorate the 70th Indian Independence Day. The new Bronze Green colour is available across all the trims of the rugged looking SUV. There is no additional cosmetic or mechanical change made to the SUV except the new colour. Also the new colour option comes at no extra price and it will be available on made to order basis.

Mahindra introduced the TUV300 last year with much pomp. The SUV has been designed following the battle tank design, as the Indian automaker claims. Also the name signifies the characteristics of the car. The TUV stands for Tough Utility Vehicle. Truly, the Mahindra TUV300 is well capable to run on smooth roads as well as on rough roads also. Mahindra has been known as the SUV maker of India, and this car also fetched quite good response.

Mahindra TUV300 in Bronze Green Colour

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The Mahindra TUV300 comes with teeth like rugged and aggressive looking radiator grille with chrome inserts. The larger and sporty looking clear lens headlamps adorn the front fascia. The front bumper looks beefy and bold. It gets a rectangular air intake with mesh and flanked by cuboidal fog lamps at both sides.

The side profile delivers a boxy vibe. Apart from that, the car sports alloy wheels, flared wheel arches, cladding like flared part between the fenders. Also the roof rails, swept back B pillar and glass area enhance the appeal. The rear profile comes with a spare wheel mounted to the tailgate and wrap around taillights.

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The interior of the cabin gets a multifunction steering wheel, dual pod instrument cluster, a hexapod centre console, and silver accents at the AC vents and at various other places. The interior dons a black and beige theme. In terms of space and comfort, the car offers plenty of headroom and leg space for the rear occupants.

The Mahindra TUV300 gets power from a 1.5 litre mHawk 80 diesel engine mated to a 5 speed manual gearbox. Also there is an AMT gearbox available in the T6+ and T8+ trims as well. The engine churns out 80 bhp of peak power and 230 Nm of peak torque.

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