Mahindra XUV500


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Mahindra XUV500 Variants

Diesel Variants

Mahindra XUV500 W6
2179 cc Diesel, 15.1 kmpl |
Rs. 12,02,215
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Mahindra XUV500 W8 2WD
2179 cc Diesel, 15.1 kmpl |
Rs. 13,59,273
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Mahindra XUV500 W8 AWD
2179 cc Diesel, 15.1 kmpl |
Rs. 14,64,727
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Mahindra XUV500 W4
2179 cc Diesel, 15.1 kmpl |
Rs. 10,79,673
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Mahindra XUV500 Review

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  • Engine & Performance
     
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Editorial Test Drive Review of Mahindra XUV500

The Mahindra XUV500 was launched in September 2011 and received a crazy response with huge amount of bookings. It was a massive hit for Mahindra. The XUV500 stands tall and proud with looks that shame other offerings which are priced at almost double the cost.  It has massive road presence and stuff like the LEDs integrated into the head lamp or the bulging rear simply add to the whole package. The side profile is more natural and at more than one instance, it did remind us of the Mitsubishi Outlander! You also notice the muscular design lines above the wheel arches, the typical Mahindra grille and the twin exhausts which give a proper hint of this vehicle’s capabilities. Other interesting bits include the funky ‘paw’ door handles and the sexy tail lamps with motif engravings. It won’t be wrong to say that the XUV500 easily generates more attention than its main rivals in this price band, the Force One and the Tata Aria. 
 
 Inside it does have seven seats but due to its limited length, the last row is best suited only for kids. Also, with the third row in place, there is next to no boot space left inside. Secondly, at places, the fit and finish of the plastics isn’t really upto the mark – these two things are just about the only negatives we found in the SUV and hence wanted to mentioned them first. The good part starts now – step inside and you are shocked with the package Mahindra has managed here. From the extreme design lines to the feature list and space, the XUV500 simply surpasses its immediate rivals as well as others priced at almost double the cost easily. The top end W8 model is loaded to the brim including leather seats and touch screen system for various functions. Thoughtful features are the conversation mirror for the driver, flowing central console, chilled box under the driver arm rest, cruise control, voice command for audio and cruise system.
 
 The XUV500 has a 140 hp diesel engine. It is also mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox and a similar speed automatic is expected next year. Twist the key and the engine starts with a rather muted sound and clatter – thanks to all that NVH (noise, vibration, harshness) packaging possible by various changes including the dual mass flywheel. Expect 12 kmpl.
 
This is truly a highway vehicle and the engine literally sleeps in 6th cog. The amount of torque and power generated is so huge that pedal to metal in lower gears, one needs to take note of the torque steer – easily felt through the gear lever. The XUV500 also comes with the start-stop feature that works when the vehicle is stationary in neutral for over 2.5 seconds.
 
 The suspension is easily the new benchmark in the SUV segment.  On straights, the long wheelbase and aerodynamic front meant that it felt reassuringly stable even at its top speed of an indicated 195km/h. Around the hills, the ESP gives you that extra confidence and this combined with low centre of gravity and minimal body rolls make the SUV a joy to flick around corners.
 
The XUV500 on the other hand not only surprises by being so accomplished but also walks away with the cake due to its pricing – from Rs 10.80 to Rs 12.88 lakh. The icing on the cake that the XUV500 walks away with is the long list of standard features – due to limited space, we simply cannot name them here.  For a detailed look read below..
 

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Mahindra XUV500 Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Fantastic looks
  • High equipment levels
  • Best Mahindra yet
  • Excellent value for money
  • Spacious interiors

Cons

  • Gearbox not smooth
  • Dynamics not class best
  • Interior quality still patchy
  • Long waiting periods

Mahindra XUV500 Exteriors

Size and looks matter in the premium SUV category in India and the Mahindra designers knew this very well. The XUV500 stands tall and proud with looks that shame other offerings which are priced at almost double the cost! At 4585mm in length, 1890mm in width and 1785mm high, the XUV might be smaller in length than offerings like the Aria, Endeavour, Captiva but at the same time, it is wider than the Endeavour, Captiva and even the Fortuner. As compared to its own cheaper sibling, the Scorpio, the XUV500 is around 3 inches wider and 6 inches longer.
Developed with a budget of Rs 650 crore, the XUV certainly has been given priority and attention as far as design goes. It has an extreme front end but for some, it might be overdone. However, the kind of attention this vehicle enjoys is unparalled – for two days the vehicle was with us, it generated more stares, questions and attention from others than any of the premium SUVs we have ever driven! It isn’t a traditional looking SUV, but an extreme one. It has massive road presence and stuff like the LEDs integrated into the head lamp or the bulging rear simply add to the whole package. The side profile is more natural and at more than one instance, it did remind us of the Mitsubishi Outlander! You also notice the muscular design lines above the wheel arches, the typical Mahindra grille and the twin exhausts which give a proper hint of this vehicle’s capabilities. Other interesting bits include the funky ‘paw’ door handles and the sexy tail lamps with motif engravings. It won’t be wrong to say that the XUV500 easily generates more attention than its main rivals in this price band, the Force One and the Tata Aria.

 


What we like

 The XUV500 stands tall and proud with looks that shame other offerings which are priced at almost double the cost!  It has massive road presence and stuff like the LEDs integrated into the head lamp or the bulging rear lights.


What we don't like

 It has an extreme front end but for some, it might be overdone.

 
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Mahindra XUV500 Exterior vs Similar Cars Exterior


Mahindra XUV500

Tata Aria 2010 - 2014

Skoda Yeti

Mahindra Scorpio Automatic
Exterior rating
What we like
  • Fantastic looks
  • Build quality
  • Handsome looks
  • Good build quality
  • Excellent build quality
  • Handsome looks
  • Has presence
  • Improved build quality
What we don't like
  • Quality not class best
  • Over styled
  • Lacks SUV styling
  • Quality not class best
  • Lacks SUV presence
  • Looks may not be to all tastes
  • Starting to look old
  • Quality not class best
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Mahindra XUV500 Front design

The Front design has been inspired by Cheetah design as it has a more stylish and a powerful look.

Mahindra XUV500 Rear design

The rear gate is remote operated. The rear windscreen with a wash and wipe feature and a rear defogger for better visibility is present in XUV 500

Mahindra XUV500 Side profile

Body coloured Bumpers and electronically operated OVSRMs with side indicators.

Mahindra XUV500 Ground Clearance

XUV500 comes with an impressive ground clearance of 200 mm

Mahindra XUV500 Bumpers

Body coloured Bumpers and electronically operated OVSRMs with side indicators

Mahindra XUV500 Head lamps

Auto headlamps without automatic wipers has been offered on the Mahindra XUV500

Mahindra XUV500 Tail lamps

The Smart tail lamps has been equipped on the Mahindra XUV500

Mahindra XUV500 Fog lamps

Rear defogger available across all variants of the Mahindra XUV500

Mahindra XUV500 Tyres

XUV 500 also has tyre tronics system that monitors tyre pressure. The tyre size is p235/65 R17.

Mahindra XUV500 Alloy wheels

XUV500 runs on five spoke 17 inch alloy Wheels

Mahindra XUV500 Outside mirrors

Both side outside mirrors that are electrically operated.

Mahindra XUV500 Colors

The colours that XUV 500 is available in are Volcanic Black, Satin White, Moondust Silver, Tuscan Red, Opulent Purple and Dolphin Grey.

Mahindra XUV500 Rear wiper

Yes. Rear washer and wiper are included as part of the features of the Mahindra XUV500

Mahindra XUV500 Roof rails

Roof rails are generally absent but can be put as an option

Mahindra XUV500 Sun roof

No sun roof provided on the Mahindra XUV500

Mahindra XUV500 Spoiler

Rear spoiler is given to add to the already sporty looks of XUV

Mahindra XUV500 Side Steps

No side steps are there in the Mahindra XUV500

Mahindra XUV500 Spare wheel

Yes. Spare wheel can be carried along in the wide boot space.

Mahindra XUV500 Comfort & Suspension

We drove the 2WD version of the W8 model and inspite of this, the XUV handled all kinds of terrains without a complain – be it the treacherous off-road locations or simply pushing the SUV around the twisty stretches. The suspension is easily the new benchmark in the SUV segment. The route from Mahindra’s facility in Mumbai to Lonavala is mostly a good patch of city and highway stretch apart from a few broken paths and this gave us a good indication of the XUV’s set-up. Day two saw us pushing the vehicle on empty stretches of the expressway, hills of Lonavala and broken paths around the hills – everywhere, the XUV responded back impressively. On straights, the long wheelbase and aerodynamic front meant that it felt reassuringly stable even at its top speed of an indicated 195km/h. Around the hills, the ESP gives you that extra confidence and this combined with low centre of gravity and minimal body rolls make the SUV a joy to flick around corners. Our test vehicle was a 2WD version (front wheel drive only) and yet had didn’t make us feel nervous while pushing hard! This is unlike other Mahindra offerings like the Scorpio and the Xylo! 
 


What we like

 The suspension is easily the new benchmark in the SUV segment. 


What we don't like

The refinement could have been better


 
Mahindra XUV 500 Suspension
Mahindra XUV 500 Suspension
Mahindra XUV 500 Suspension

Mahindra XUV500 Comfort

In case of space and comfort, XUV 500 scores a flawless rating of five stars in overall space and an excellent 4 and a half star for the comfort it offers. XUV 500 is packed with adjustable steering for maximum driving ease and comfort, adjustable seats for the space in the rear section. The rear seats are foldable.

Mahindra XUV500 Front suspension

XUV500's front suspension are independent suspension with McPherson struts with anti-roll bar.

Mahindra XUV500 Rear suspension

The rear suspensions in XUV500 is multi-link suspension with anti roll bar.

Mahindra XUV500 Engine & Performance

There is a small myth associated with the XUV500 – it has the same engine as the Scorpio’s! While this is fairly true in the sense that it indeed is the same basic unit with the same capacity, its engine output is way higher – 15% more power and 14% more torque and that too at a lower engine speed! It is also mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox and a similar speed automatic is expected next year. Twist the key and the engine starts with a rather muted sound and clatter – thanks to all that NVH (noise, vibration, harshness) packaging possible by various changes including the dual mass flywheel. Shift to first, release the clutch and within the first few minutes, you are mighty impressed with the punch, performance and refinement! Turbo lag is minimal and the XUV finds no problem in picking speeds from low RPMs – for example, you can ponder in traffic at 40km/h in 4th easily. That said, the same gear can take you 150+ without a jiffy.
This is truly a highway vehicle and the engine literally sleeps in 6th cog. At an indicated 120km/h for example, the tachometer shows around 2250rpm – a dap on the accelerator and within seconds it is past 150km/h. We managed an indicated 195km/h in 6th which is much more than what most of the competition can manage. This performance doesn’t come at the cost of fuel economy with the XUV500 being the most efficient in its class. The 6th cog also helps generating maximum efficiency at highway speeds though it can also be used above 70km/h easily. That said, the only flaw we saw was the gearshift action – it felt rubbery and we specially had issues with shifting in 1st gear.
The amount of torque and power generated is so huge that pedal to metal in lower gears, one needs to take note of the torque steer – easily felt through the gear lever. The XUV500 also comes with the start-stop feature that works when the vehicle is stationary in neutral for over 2.5 seconds. It can be switched on or off by the driver via the button on the central console. The XUV500 also comes with hill descent control system – superb for this pricing!

 


What we like

 Turbo lag is minimal and the XUV finds no problem in picking speeds from low RPMs. We managed an indicated 195km/h in 6th which is much more than what most of the competition can manage.


What we don't like

 The only flaw we saw was the gearshift action – it felt rubbery and we specially had issues with shifting in 1st gear. 

 
Mahindra XUV 500 Engine

Mahindra XUV500 Acceleration

Acceleration gets a four star. XUV can rev up to 120 km/hr speed in just 18.50 secs.

Mahindra XUV500 Top speed

Top speed of XUV500 is an amazing 160.14 km /her. XUV500 is a promising thriller in terms of its acceleration and pick up. Its top speed is indeed impressive. In 0-400m sprint, its terminal speed came out to be 137.13 km/hour.

Mahindra XUV500 In-gear acceleration

In gear acceleration from 100-120 in fifth gear is 7.43 seconds.

Mahindra XUV500 Gearbox

XUV500 comes with a 6 speed synchromesh manual gearbox which delivers unmatched performance.

Mahindra XUV500 Power

In the engine output section, XUV 500 an impressive power output of 142 PS @ 3750 rpm. The redline power stands at 5000rpm.

Mahindra XUV500 Torque

The engine delivers a maximum torque of an enormous 330 Nm at the rate of 1600-2800rpm.

Mahindra XUV500 NVH levels

mHawk engine gives low noise levels and harshness.

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  • Mahindra XUV500 Diesel M/T

Mahindra XUV500 Diesel 4X4 Performance

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Mahindra XUV500 Handling Braking & Safety

 On straights, the long wheelbase and aerodynamic front meant that it felt reassuringly stable even at its top speed of an indicated 195km/h. Around the hills, the ESP gives you that extra confidence and this combined with low centre of gravity and minimal body rolls make the SUV a joy to flick around corners. Our test vehicle was a 2WD version (front wheel drive only) and yet had didn’t make us feel nervous while pushing hard! This is unlike other Mahindra offerings like the Scorpio and the Xylo! The steering might not be very light for city usage or weight up perfectly at highway speeds but again, for a Mahindra offering and at this price, the overall driving experience is of the highest possible order that one expects! The all disc brake set-up along with the electronic aids adds to the overall composed braking feel. That said, under hard braking, the Bridgestone Duelers do squeal way too much. There are dual airbags for driver and front passenger and there are side and curtain airbags


What we like

 The long wheelbase and aerodynamic front meant that it felt reassuringly stable even at its top speed of an indicated 195km/h. Around the hills, the ESP gives you that extra confidence and this combined with low centre of gravity and minimal body


What we don't like

 Under hard braking, the Bridgestone Duelers do squeal way too much. 


Mahindra XUV500 Handling

For handling, XUV gets four star rating on the scale of five for its smooth operations and liberty for adjusting accordingly, providing maximum comfort to the driver. Its world class features enables superb handling.

Mahindra XUV500 Braking performance

XUV500's efficient front and rear disc brakes have proved to be flawless in braking tests. The brakes can bring down the car's speed from 80-0 km/r in just 28.19m in2.52 seconds. In the 100km/hr- o test, the car takes 3.34seconds and 46.64m distance.

Mahindra XUV500 Safety features

Xuv500 scores full marks on safety. It has been given a rating of five on five stars because of its 6 Airbags, Antilock braking system. EBD, Hill hold and hill descent control etc features that makes this SUV the best in class.

Mahindra XUV500 ABS

XUV 500 is fully equipped with a best quality antilock braking system which adds to the safety standards followed rigorously by Mahindra.

Mahindra XUV500 Traction control

Traction control is teamed up with ESP and Hill decent on the Mahindra XUV500.

Mahindra XUV500 Mileage and Running Costs

 In the XUV500 the performance doesn’t come at the cost of fuel economy with the XUV500 being the most efficient in its class. The 6th cog also helps generating maximum efficiency at highway speeds though it can also be used above 70km/h easily. Expect 12 kmpl in city and 15 kmpl in highway.

Mahindra XUV500 Mileage

Mahindra XUV500 Diesel Variants
Mahindra XUV500 W6 15.1 kmpl
Mahindra XUV500 W8 2WD 15.1 kmpl
Mahindra XUV500 W8 AWD 15.1 kmpl
Mahindra XUV500 W4 15.1 kmpl

Mahindra XUV500 Diesel Mileage

In city Mahindra XUV500 offers 10kmpl of mileage and on highway it offers 14kmpl. The overall it is 11kmpl of mileage.


Mahindra XUV500 Mileage vs Similar Cars Mileage


Mahindra XUV500

Tata Aria 2010 - 2014

Skoda Yeti
Similar Diesel Cars Mileage W415.1 kmpl
W615.1 kmpl
W8 2WD15.1 kmpl
W8 AWD15.1 kmpl
Active 2WD17.7 kmpl
Ambition 2WD17.7 kmpl
Ambition 4WD17.7 kmpl
Elegance 4WD17.67 kmpl

Mahindra XUV500 City fuel economy

XUV500 offers great fuel efficiency in urban areas.XUV 500 offers an impressive mileage of 10kmpl on city roads.

Mahindra XUV500 Highway fuel economy

XUV 500's mileage on the highways is of an impressive 14kmpl which makes this vehicle a great choice for highways and other challenging terrains

Mahindra XUV500 ARAI rated economy

According to the ARAI rating the economy of XUV 500 is 15.01 Kmpl

Mahindra XUV500 Tank Range

Fuel tank capacity is 70 litres.

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Mahindra XUV500 Features

Mahindra XUV500 W6 W8 2WD W8 AWD W4
Safety
ABS Yes Yes Yes Yes
EBD Yes Yes Yes Yes
Airbags Yes Yes Yes Yes
Child safety lock Yes Yes Yes Yes
Immobilizer Yes Yes Yes Yes
Traction control No No No No
Hill control No Yes Yes No
Hill descent No Yes Yes No
4WD No No Yes No
ESP No Yes Yes No
Central locking Yes Yes Yes Yes
Interior
Power Steering Yes Yes Yes Yes
Tilt Steering Yes Yes Yes Yes
Power windows Yes Yes Yes Yes
Auto down for power windows Front-Yes
Rear-No
Front-Yes
Rear-No
Front-Yes
Rear-No
No
Anti-pinch for power windows No No No No
Cup holders All-Yes All-Yes All-Yes All-Yes
Air-con Yes Yes Yes Yes
Rear A/c vents Yes Yes Yes Yes
Audio system Yes Yes Yes Yes
Keyless start-stop button Yes Yes Yes No
Electric mirrors Yes Yes Yes Yes
Electric foldable mirrors Yes Yes Yes No
Deffoger Yes Yes Yes Yes
Tachometer Yes Yes Yes Yes
Leather seats No Yes Yes No
Arm rest Yes Yes Yes Front-No
Rear-Yes
Reversing camera No Yes Yes No
Steering controls Yes Yes Yes Yes
Bluetooth connectivity Yes Yes Yes No
Driver info display Yes Yes Yes Yes
Cruise control Yes Yes Yes No
Foot rest Yes Yes Yes No
Remote boot release Yes Yes Yes Yes
Driver seat height adjust Yes Yes Yes Yes
Chilled glovebox Yes Yes Yes No
Power Seats No Yes Yes No
Exterior
Keyless entry Yes Yes Yes No
Fog lights No Yes Yes No
Sunroof No No No No
Moon Roof No No No No
Rear wiper Yes Yes Yes Yes
Auto headlamps Yes Yes Yes Yes
Rain sensing wipers Yes Yes Yes No
Steel rims Yes No No Yes
Alloy wheels No Yes Yes No
Rear spoiler Yes Yes Yes No
Roof rails Yes Yes Yes Yes
Chrome grille Yes Yes Yes Yes
Projector lamps Yes Yes Yes Yes
Day time running lamps No Yes Yes No

Mahindra XUV500 Colors

  •   Satin White
  •   Volcano Black
  •   Amazon Green
  •   Moondust Silver
  •   Tuscan Red
  •   Opulent Purple
  •   Dolphin Grey

Mahindra XUV500 Specifications

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Mahindra XUV500 Diesel Price
Mahindra XUV500 W4 Rs 10.80 Lakh On-Road Price
Mahindra XUV500 W6 Rs 12.02 Lakh On-Road Price
Mahindra XUV500 W8 2WD Rs 13.59 Lakh On-Road Price
Mahindra XUV500 W8 AWD Rs 14.65 Lakh On-Road Price

Mahindra XUV500 Price vs Similar Cars Price

Petrol Option Diesel Option

Mahindra XUV500
N/A   Rs 10.80 L - 14.65 L On-Road Price

Tata Aria 2010 - 2014
N/A   N/A  

Skoda Yeti
N/A   Rs 15.19 L - 18.82 L On-Road Price

Mahindra Scorpio Automatic
N/A   Rs 11.35 L - 11.35 L On-Road Price

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  • 6-speed gearbox for better economy
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