2024 Mahindra XUV300 Facelift Spotted Testing Again- Launch Soon

The new XUV300 will get significant design upgrades

Mahindra has recently been testing the XUV300 facelift extensively. This would be the second and most significant facelift of the compact SUV and is expected to launch sometime soon, to directly rival the updated Tata Nexon. Recent spy captures shared by Motorbeam flash some key highlights of the 2024 Mahindra XUV300 facelift.

Expected Changes On 2024 Mahindra XUV300 facelift

Some key design changes are expected on the facelifted XUV 300. It will feature a revamped front fascia featuring a redesigned grille, fresh-looking headlights, updated DRLs, (inspired by those on the XUV 700) and a new bumper. At the rear, expect new tail lights, a connected LED strip, and a redesigned bumper. While the side profile could retain its core design, a new alloy wheel design is expected.

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2024 Mahindra XUV 300 facelift will get substantial changes on the inside. The dashboard will get significant tweaks for better aesthetics. There will be a larger floating touchscreen along with a digital instrument cluster. Higher variants of the new XUV 300 facelift would also come with a segment-first panoramic sunroof.

Video Source: Motorbeam

Mechanical Changes Expected On XUV300 Facelift

Recent reports also suggest a change in transmission options. 2024 XUV300 facelift would have an Aisin-sourced 6AT, instead of the current 6-speed AMT unit.

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Engine options will remain untouched. The facelifted XUV 300 range will be powered by the familiar 110 HP 1.2-litre turbo-petrol, 131 HP 1.2-litre direct injection turbo-petrol, and the 117 HP 1.5-litre diesel engines.

Mahindra & Mahindra hasn’t revealed the official launch date yet. But speculations suggest that it could enter the market in early 2024. The XUV300 facelift will compete with the likes of the new Tata Nexon, Maruti Brezza, Hyundai Venue, Kia Sonet, and

Source: Motorbeam