Auto portal reviews the Mahindra KUV 100 that marks the return of the bench seats

A gist on the KUV 100

Mahindra KUV 100, the anticipated compact and cool SUV form the flagship of the Indian well known car manufacturing giant, the Mahindra and Mahindra is expected to be launched on the 15 Th January 2016. The SUV will witness the world and the Indian market with its all new m-Falcon engine Technology. The KUV 100 is going to thunder the roads with its seven variants running on petrol and diesel type engine systems. Mahindra is known for producing many utility vehicles that can be easily remembered for its similarity in appearance. One can easily relate the KUV’s and the Scorpio’s with its outer resemblance. The make in India Mahindra holds the grip like a tigers claws in the SUV market.

External Features

Mahindra KUV100 will stand strongly in one’s mind, with its boxy outer appearance and a signature toothy grille that is surrounded with a honey comb mesh. The completely finished rectangular headlamp looks smoky and gets extended into the quarter panel with the embedded engine nameplate on it. The other noticeable features are the front bumper that protrudes out near its edges with two pretty fog lamps, that making the car to shed its shyness. The side profile of the KUV looks progressive with many stylish bents and curves and one visible feature among them is the outlined thin line that makes its presence above the alloy wheel base that increases the pleasant appearance of the KUV. The rear side is expected to get two petal shaped rear lamps and a C pillar with a good finish.

Interior Features

The very well modified exterior gets extended into its interior designing as well. The black and the beige combo interior is expected two come with six seats and the front seat opens to be a bench seat and the next one is a foldable middle seat. The central console is almost flat with gear lever, integrated music system and Bluetooth connectivity. The interior is expected to get a two pod instrument cluster meter and steering mounted controls. Well, the interior give us some respite with its practical sense of designing.

Engine, Safety systems

 The mad world of motors gets light weight m-falcon petrol and diesel type aluminum engines.  The petrol engine is a 1.2-L, three-cylinder (m Falcon G80) and the diesel engine is a 1.2-L three-cylinder diesel (m Falcon D75) engine, with former giving an 82 bhp and later giving a 77 bhp of power.  The safety is enhanced by the presence of air bags and the ABS (Anti lock braking system) in all its trims. Mahindra KUV 100 gets a significant price tag of Rs. 5-7 lakhs.

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