1Seven Seater Configuration:
Mahindra has launched the facelifted version of the under-achieving Quanto SUV today. Dubbed as the Nuvosport, the sub-four metre utility vehicle is squarely aimed at urban customers. The new moniker bears evidence with the fact that the country’s largest SUV manufacturer is counting big on the facelifted model. Although it follows the lines of the outgoing Quanto, it has restyled exterior and new look interiors with revised mechanicals.
Priced from Rs. 7.35 lakh for the base variant and Rs. 9.76 lakh for the range-topping model, the Nuvosport comes in six variants (N4, N4+, N6, N6 AMT, N8 and N8 AMT) and will be positioned below the Mahindra TUV300 subcompact SUV. It will take on the Ford EcoSport and Maruti Suzuki’s recently launched Vitara Brezza. The renewed model has some interesting features and here we have listed the ten important ones for your easy understanding:
The five-door subcompact SUV has three rows of seats that can accommodate seven occupants. When Quanto was first introduced in 2012, the seven seat configuration was one of its major assets before eventually falling out in sales numbers. Mahindra has kept that attribute and is looking to maximize sales as it will appeal to the prospective buyers with big families.