Mahindra NuvoSport website launched

Posted on: Mar 28, 2016 - 11:14am IST

Market launch confirmed for April 4.

The official website of the Mahindra Nuvosport has gone live, although it merely reveals its exterior design and a countdown to its confirmed launch on April 4.

Mahindra NuvoSport front three quarter press image
Up front, it sports a new grille flanked by headlamps, separate LED DRLs, and contoured hood with an intake.

The Mahindra Nuvosport features an all new front end, while the rear end retains the outgoing Quanto’s design. Up front, it sports a new grille flanked by headlamps, separate LED DRLs, contoured hood with an intake, stylized front bumper with round foglamps, and a silver skid plate. The Nuvosport adds black plastic body cladding, while the rear end features clear lens taillights, roof spoiler and new spare wheel cover.

The top-end N8 grade will feature an interior that has dual-tone black and beige leather seats and a beige dashboard. It retains the 5+2 seating arrangement, with two small jump seats located at the rear. It gets an updated steering wheel, instrument dials, 2-DIN music system with a touchscreen display for top-end grades, cruise control, eight-way adjustable seats with lumbar support which are first in its segment.

Mahindra NuvoSport rear quarter
The Nuvosport adds black plastic body cladding, while the rear end features clear lens taillights and a roof spoiler

Also Read: Mahindra NuvoSport vs Mahindra Quanto

Engine lineup hasn’t been confirmed yet. Most of the reports suggest that the Quanto-replacement will ditch the 100 PS 1.5-liter three cylinder engine for a new 1.5-liter engine from the Mahindra TUV300. An AMT will be offered as optional, while a 5-speed manual is standard.

Rivals: Maruti Vitara Brezza, Ford EcoSport, Mahindra TUV300
Expected Price: INR 6.5-8.5 lakhs, ex-Showroom
Release date: April 4, 2016

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