The production of Mahindra XUV700 vehicles in India has reached the milestone of one million units. Although it wasn’t available to the public until August 2021, Mahindra was able to accomplish this goal in fewer than two years, which is an impressive feat for an SUV like the XUV700. Since it was first introduced to the Indian market, the XUV700 has been met with overwhelming interest, to the point where there is now a waiting period for the SUV that is greater than a year long. The production capacity of the company has been increased on multiple occasions in order to satisfy the ever-increasing demand from consumers. Due of this overwhelming demand, the company has now sold around 97,000 units across the country of India.

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The Mahindra XUV700 is currently the company’s flagship product, and it is offered in two important trims – MX and AXE. While the former is offered in four different variants, the latter comes in a few different options – AX3, AX5, and AX7, which are further more labelled into 26 different iterations, based on the engine and gearbox. The Mahindra XUV700 may be purchased for anywhere between 14 and 26.18 million Indian rupees (ex-showroom, India), depending on the trim level.

The XUV700 comes standard with several high-tech features including as LED headlights, LED daytime running lights (DRLs), LED taillights, and 18-inch alloy wheels, but these features vary according on the trim level that you select. A 6- and 7-seater structure option, panoramic sunroof, and a huge one-unit display screen that holds two 10.25-inch displays for entertainment and instruments are all standard features on the interior of the vehicle, which features high-quality fit and finish throughout. In addition, Mahindra provides its connected vehicle technology known as AdrenoX with the top-of-the-line model, and certain models of the XUV700 come equipped with ADAS (Advanced Driver Guidance Methods) functions.

The XUV700 is offered with a choice of two different motors: a petrol engine with a capacity of 2.2 litres that has been turbocharged, or a diesel engine with a capacity of 2.2 litres. Both come with the option of either a manual or an automatic gearbox, with the former also having the option of AWD (all-wheel drive) as an alternative.