Mahindra XUVs may be purchased for between Rs 15.99 Lakh and Rs 18.99 Lakh in India. In the meantime, the ex-showroom price of a Mahindra XUV300 ranges from Rs 8.41 lakh to Rs 14.07 lakh. The Tata Nexon EV Prime and Nexon EV Max, as well as the Hyundai Kona, are all rivals to the XUV400.

The 4.2-meter long electric XUV400 is significantly bigger than the 3-meter long XUV300. Also, the trunk capacity is 378 liters, which is 121 liters more than the XUV300.

The XUV400 is powered by a 39.2 kWh battery pack, which generates 150 hp and 310 Nm of torque and transfers it to the front wheels. Meaning it packs more of a punch than the XUV300. Although the XUV300 produces 110 horsepower on gasoline and 117 horsepower when running on diesel.

The accompanying logo has also been given a copper coating. In addition to this, the XUV400’s seats feature blue highlights that are absent in the XUV300.