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Mahindra XUV 3XO: Elevating Features Beyond XUV300

Mahindra XUV 3XO

When the XUV 3X0 rolls out, it’s going to bring something fresh to the table with at least two features you won’t find anywhere else in its segment. Exciting times ahead!

Mahindra is at it again with teasing the facelift of the XUV300, which they’re now calling the XUV 3XO. They’re making it clear that this compact SUV is going to be loaded with features. This latest teaser marks the third time Mahindra has given us a glimpse of what’s to come with the 3XO.

Mahindra XUV 3XO


  1. The XUV 3XO is bringing something new to the table: it’s the first in its segment to feature a panoramic sunroof!
  2. Now you can enjoy remote features right from your fingertips with the Adrenox Connect app
  3. The XUV400 EV now comes with two impressive 10.25-inch screens!

The XUV300 was already ahead of the game with its dual-zone climate control, a feature that was a first in its segment. And now, with the upcoming 3XO model, they’re stepping it up even further by adding a panoramic sunroof. The second teaser confirms this exciting addition.

In the latest teaser, they showcase something really cool – using your smartphone to control the 3XO’s AC system remotely. While controlling your car remotely isn’t entirely new for Mahindra compact SUV owners (thanks to the BlueSense app), they’re introducing a brand new app called Adrenox Connect. This app is set to offer more than just AC control; we can expect features like managing the infotainment system, locking/unlocking doors, and even diagnostic tools.

Looks like Mahindra is really pushing the boundaries of convenience and technology with the 3XO!

We’ve got some fresh intel on the upcoming XUV 3XO! Those sneaky spy shots revealed that it’s going to pack some seriously cool features, much like its cousin, the XUV400 EV. Think dual 10.25-inch screens for both the driver display and entertainment system – pretty snazzy, right?

Mahindra XUV 3XO

Now, here’s the million-dollar question: will it come with Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)? We’re still in the dark on that one. But if it does, it’ll be in good company with other compact SUVs like the Hyundai Venue and Kia Sonet, which already boast this nifty safety tech.

The upcoming XUV 3XO will maintain its current lineup of three engine choices. These include the 110 horsepower, 1.2-liter turbo-petrol engine; the 131 horsepower, 1.2-liter direct-injection turbo-petrol engine; and the 117 horsepower, 1.5-liter diesel engine. Mahindra plans to include a 6-speed torque converter automatic transmission sourced from Aisin, along with a manual gearbox option for the 131 horsepower petrol engine. As for the other two engine variants, they’ll still be available with either a 6-speed manual transmission or an automated manual transmission (AMT). As we mentioned previously, the XUV 3XO is expected to come with a higher price tag compared to the XUV300. This seems reasonable considering the updates in design and the addition of new features. We’ll be sharing more specifics as we get closer to the XUV 3XO’s launch date on April 29. Keep an eye out for updates!

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