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Mahindra TUV 300 with stylish accessories previewed at Nepal Auto Show

The utility vehicle leader has displayed its best-selling SUV, Mahindra TUV 300 with stylish accessories at the Nepal Auto Show. With the new equipment, the TUV 300 has an official look and attractive body. To increase the SUV brand popularity, the team of Mahindra has given a new look to the existing TUV 300.

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 The front lower grille has encircled with subtle chrome. The side view, including side armour skirt and wheel arch cladding, decorated with the Armour body kit. Besides, the car features door visors, chrome ORVMs and chrome door handles. The rear of the car also come up with the full-width chrome strip to enhance the styling, chrome tail lamps and chrome door handle. The TUV 300 roof also have chrome ends. Coming to the inside features, the SUV has displayed with the sporty seat covers with red stitching, TUV300 branding and red accent.

Dimensions of TUV 300, 3995mm of length, 1835mm of width and 1839mm of height. The 7-seater SUV comes with 2680mm of wheelbase and 384-litres boot space that is extendable to 720-litres when folding the rear seats.

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With the two transmission choices, 5-speed manual and automated manual, the Nepali-spec version offers with the 1.5-litre mHawk80 diesel engine produced 84bhp power and 230Nm torque. Currently, the existing TUV 300 is distributed through official Mahindra distributor “Agni Incorporated” in Nepal and available in three configurations, priced in the range of NPR 36,95,000 (INR 23,09,285) to NPR 45,95,000 (INR 28,71,763). Agni Incorporated distributes the upcoming accessorised Mahindra TUV 300 in Nepal.

There is price variation between India-specific TUV 300 and Nepali-specific TUV 300 versions. Check out the TUV 300 prices in India.

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