It is the latest by Mahindra which otherwise has launched SUV with XUV500 gaining the highest popularity. The premium design in influenced by SUV and hatchback, with over chassis boldly designed to impress. It is more like vanilla ice cream with cherry on top with eclectic body and colours that definitely one’s eyes.
It definitely is a grandeur addition to the Mahindra family, where the hatchback standards have been completely revolutionised with more body addition as compared to other hutch back models like Hyundai i20. Now what is attractive about the design is it suave SUV front look with dual coloured bumpers for accentuate its look along with back elongated headlights with LED lights within it. The Mahindra logo is properly fixed on the front grille marking its territory. It has a height of 1,655 mm and has a distance of 170mm off the ground. It has body coloured door handle are same like other cars. It has 14 inch wheels which gives the car a distinct look. The car looks good with the symmetry followed from front towards the back, with the continuity of dual colour right from bonnet to bumper. The dual colour make it more eye catching with lower part as plastic panel to keep the care safe and protected from scratches.
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It is a compact and comfortable car for a family of 4 or 5. One is rewarded with a spacious interior with good storage space and better aeration through inbuilt AC or fresh air through the medium sized well to do windows. It definitely is a visual treat on the inside with good and attractive features. The dashboard is built with all the controls but the space has been very minimally kept. It has speed reading window along with other digital screen that display gear position, engine temperature and other. It has other amenities like AC, Music system well fit inside the car.
The car is designed both in 5-seater and 6-seater pattern. In case it is 5 seater car, it has normal two front seats with moderate padding of the seats and the 6-seater pattern gets a flat bench where the seats are convertible which can become armrest and if the bench seat is folded, it gives option to use it as storage. Spacing for your legs is moderately made with good comfort but rear passenger may face a little problem for shoulder leaning. The behind boot has good storage space and makes it good for travel.
The car comes with many variants with K2+, K4+ and K6+ comes with airbags whereas the variants without the + sign doesn’t come with airbag. The top model K8 has many features like puddle lamps across doors, fog lamps, remote keyless entry, alloys, audio control via steering, micro hybrid start stop tech etc along with Eco mode to enhance efficiency. It has both diesel and petrol engine both updated with five speed manual gearbox. The diesel version is better with good pulling power and more refined smoothness. Diesel is a yes, if you are pondering over KUV100.It ia fairly priced with overall good features and great look.
Petrol – 4.42 to 5.96 lakh & Diesel – 5.22 to 6.81 lakh (Ex-showroom price.)