Mahindra XUV700 Prices Increased By Up to Rs 64,000 – Check New Price List
Mahindra has announced yet another price increment for the XUV700. This is the fourth hike for the SUV since its launch in September 2021. The variant-wise revised pricing is listed below –
|Mahindra XUV700 Petrol||New Price||Quantum of Price Hike|
|MX (5-seater)||Rs 13.45 lakh||Unchanged|
|AX3 (5-seater)||Rs 15.89 lakh||Rs 39,000|
|AX3 AT (5-seater)||Rs 17.61 lakh||Rs 41,000|
|AX5 (5-seater)||Rs 17.20 lakh||Rs 41,000|
|AX5 (7-seater)||Rs 17.85 lakh||Rs 41,000|
|AX5 AT (5-seater)||Rs 18.97 lakh||Rs 43,000|
|AX7 (7-seater)||Rs 19.88 lakh||Rs 44,000|
|AX7 AT (7-seater)||Rs 21.66 lakh||Rs 47,000|
|AX7 L AT (7-seater)||Rs 23.60 lakh||Rs 50,000|
|Mahindra XUV700 Diesel||New Price||Quantum of Price Hike|
|MX (5-seater)||Rs 13.96 lakh||Unchanged|
|AX3 (5-seater)||Rs 16.39 lakh||Rs 39,000|
|AX3 (7-seater)||Rs 17.20 lakh||Rs 40,000|
|AX3 AT (5-seater)||Rs 18.33 lakh||Rs 42,000|
|AX5 (5-seater)||Rs 17.85 lakh||Rs 41,000|
|AX5 (7-seater)||Rs 18.51 lakh||Rs 42,000|
|AX5 AT (5-seater)||Rs 19.68 lakh||Rs 44,000|
|AX5 AT (7-seater)||Rs 20.29 lakh||Rs 45,000|
|AX7 (7-seater)||Rs 20.59 lakh||Rs 45,000|
|AX7 L (7-seater)||Rs 22.32 lakh||Rs 32,000|
|AX7 AT (7-seater)||Rs 22.48 lakh||Rs 64,000|
|AX7 AWD AT (7-seater)||Rs 23.74 lakh||Rs 50,000|
|AX7 L AT (7-seater)||Rs 24.21 lakh||Rs 51,000|
|AX7 L AWD AT (7-seater)||Rs 25.48 lakh||Rs 53,000|
All prices ex-showroom.
The diesel-powered AX7 automatic variant has received the highest hike of Rs 64,000. All other variants, except for the base-spec MX trim, have gotten dearer by Rs 32,000 to Rs 53,000.
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The XUV700 is offered with two engine options: a 2-litre turbocharged petrol making 200PS and 380Nm, and a 2.2-litre turbocharged diesel producing up to 185PS and 450Nm. Both units get a 6-speed manual and a 6-speed torque converter automatic transmission options.
In the mid-size SUV segment, the Mahindra XUV700 fights it out with the Hyundai Creta/Alcazar, MG Hector/Hector Plus and Tata Harrier/Safari.