Mahindra XUV700 Waiting Period Slashed to 2 Months!

Mahindra xuv700 waiting period

So, Mahindra’s flagship SUV, XUV700 has its waiting period reduced up to 2 Months for both the Petrol and Diesel Variants. Well, it looks like people might have to wait a bit less to get their loved SUV delivered to them.

Mahindra XUV700 Waiting Period: All You need to know!

In the XUV700 lineup, the base-spec MX and AX3 variants for both petrol and diesel versions currently have the shortest waiting period, which is up to 2 months. Moving up to the AX5 variants, whether it’s petrol or diesel, there’s a slightly longer waiting period of 3 months, which is significantly reduced from the previous 6 month wait. The AX7 trim now has a reduced waiting period of 5 months, down from the previous 8 months. Meanwhile, the top-of-the-line AX7L variant, which previously had 9 month waiting period, now has a waiting period of up to 6 months.

MXUp to 2 MonthsUp to 2 Months
MX (E)Up to 9 MonthsUp to 9 Months
AX3Up to 2 MonthsUp to 2 Months
AX3 (E)Up to 9 MonthsUp to 9 Months
AX5Up to 3 MonthsUp to 3 Months
AX5 (E)Up to 9 MonthsUp to 9 Months
AX7Up to 5 MonthsUp to 5 Months
AX7LUp to 6 MonthsUp to 6 Months

Mahindra provides the XUV700 in both 5- and 7-seater configurations, and offers a range of powertrain options to cater to different preferences. The petrol version of the XUV700 is equipped with a 2.0 L 4 Cylinder turbocharged mStallion engine, which generates a robust 197 BHP and 380NM of torque. On the diesel side, the XUV700 is available with two distinct tunes for the 2.2 L 4 Cylinder mHawk diesel engine: one producing 152 BHP with 360 NM of torque and the other delivering a more powerful 177 BHP with an impressive 420Nm of torque. The diesel automatic variant boasts even more torque, with 450 NM on tap.

Mahindra offers two transmission choices: a 6-speed manual and a 6-speed automatic. The base-spec MX trim is exclusively available with a 6-speed manual gearbox, while all other variants give customers the option to choose between a manual or automatic gearbox. For those seeking enhanced off-road capabilities, Mahindra also offers the XUV700 with an all-wheel-drive option for the AX7 and AX7L trims.

The Mahindra XUV700 rivals the newly facelift updated Tata Safari, Hyundai Alcazar, and the MG Hector Plus.

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