The sale of Mahindra XUV500 automobiles in the country has been ended. The first Mahindra to be built on a monocoque platform, it was introduced a full decade ago in 2011. There were gas and diesel 2.2-liter engines available, both mated to front-wheel drive (and an optional all-wheel drive with the diesel). Someday soon, a new XUV500 compact SUV will hit the market to compete with the Hyundai Creta.
Two different motor/transmission combos power the Mahindra XUV500 SUV. Pricing for the 2021 XUV500 began at Rs. 12.37 lakh and increased to Rs. 20.11 lakh (all prices are ex-showroom) (ex-showroom). All pricing are broken down by option below:
The XUV500 gets 11.40 km/l in the city and 14.10 km/l on the highway, according to owner reports. XUV500 fuel economy is 15.10 km/l, according to ARAI. Users have reported city fuel economy of 11.40 km/l for the XUV500 Diesel and highway fuel economy of 14.10 km/l.