Mahindra has been consistently testing the XUV300 Facelift, and was spotted numerous times. In those spy shots, many details about the SUV came to light, like it’ll get the 10.25-inch infotainment system, first-in segment panoramic sunroof, big C-shaped LED DRLs, and so much more. But today, we’ll be comparing the XUV300 Facelift against the SUV leader in sales, Hyundai Creta to see what are the features that the upcoming XUV300 Facelift has but the Creta doesn’t. We’ll list down all the 5 missing features –
- Front Parking Sensors
- 2-zone Climate Control
- Rain-Sensing Wipers
- 360 Surround View Camera
The first missing feature is the ADAS. Very recently, the XUV300 Facelift was spotted with ADAS Module, and it’s possible it could limited ADAS features such as Lane Departure Warning, Forward Collision Warning, Lane Keep Assist, and few more. However, it unlikely it’ll get Adaptive Cruise Control. The current Hyundai Creta doesn’t sport ADAS, but in the upcoming facelift update for Creta, it’s getting ADAS.
Next feature the current Creta misses out on is the Front Parking Sensors. The current XUV300 already comes with Front Parking Sensors but it’s not present in the Creta. The 3rd feature Creta misses is the 2-zone Climate Control which at the moment even the rivals of XUV300 aren’t offering, so that makes it somewhat special. The Dual-zone climate control is great as the front passenger and driver can set different temperatures for themselves, like the passenger wants to be cool, it can set the temperature at that, and driver wants to stay warm, he can set the temperature at that degree.
The 4th feature is the Rain-Sensing Wipers which big SUV like Creta should have been offered, but it misses. Last but not least, 360 Surround View Camera is another feature that Creta should have been offered earlier given its 4.3 Meters in Length. It gives you a whole 360 view of the surrounding which helps you in parking to avoid hitting any obstacles.