Mahindra today reported presenting the robotized manual transmission (AMT) choice for the W6 variation of the Mahindra XUV300. Estimated at ₹ 9.99 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) the new mid-spec XUV300 AMT, or autoSHIFT as Mahindra calls it, is about ₹ 1.50 lakh less expensive than the W8 AMT variant which was propelled in July this year, and it all Mahindra businesses with prompt impact. Like the top-spec AMT model, the XUV300 W6 AMT is just accessible in the diesel model and is ₹ 49,000 more costly than its manual partner.
The 5-speed autoSHIFT AMT unit is sourced from Magneti Marelli and Mahindra says that the gearbox is tuned to offer lively quickening and simplicity while surpassing. The Mahindra XUV300 AMT is fueled by a 1.5-liter turbo diesel motor that is blocked to produce 115 bhp and 300 Nm of pinnacle torque.
The SUV likewise gets extra highlights like – Electronic Stability Program (ESP) and Hill Start Assist for more comfort. The gearbox additionally accompanies Vehicle Creep work which will further guide in unpredictable rush hour gridlock, be that as it may, as a security measure, the downer capacity will be crippled if the entryways are open. The remainder of the highlights stay indistinguishable from the manual adaptation of the W6 variation.
In spite of the presentation of the lower variation, the Mahindra XUV300 AMT is as yet one of the most costly alternatives in the market. In correlation, the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza AMT is estimated between ₹ 8.69 lakh and ₹ 10.42 lakh and the Tata Nexon AMT is offered in both petroleum and diesel trims, is valued from ₹ 7.94 lakh to ₹ 11.01 lakh and both undercut the XUV300. Actually, even Hyundai’s associated SUV, Venue, which accompanies the greatly improved DCT programmed gearbox (petroleum just) is valued at ₹ 9.35 lakh to ₹ 11.10 lakh, as yet undermining the XUV300 AMT by up to ₹ 64,000 (all costs ex-showroom, Delhi).
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