Mahindra XUV700: Mahindra is implementing yet another recall for its XUV700 flagship product. The current recall, according to Team-BHP, is intended to address rear suspension problems in the XUV700 all-wheel drive models. Mahindra has not yet disclosed the precise number of XUV700s that have been recalled, but it is not anticipated to be a large amount. Mahindra has an all-wheel drive option for the XUV700 Diesel, however sales of the XUV700 AWD normally represent a very small portion of the total sales of SUVs in India.
The purpose of the most recent recall is to find and address a potential XUV700 rear suspension problem. The SUV’s 8 ring rear shock absorber will be examined as part of the recall. The suspension should have nine rings in the proper configuration. If the XUV700 AWD’s suspension has fewer than 8 rings, a 9 ring unit will be installed in its place. Mahindra recalled the XUV700 AWD earlier this month due to a possible propshaft issue.
The Mahindra XUV700 was introduced in 2021 and has seen immediate success. The SUV has a lengthy waiting list, with certain models having wait times of more than a year. The XUV700 has done well in part because of its startlingly high price and great feature package. Some of the primary features on offer include the widest panoramic sunroof in its class, a completely digital instrument and infotainment cluster, leather seats, and several driving modes.
The XUV700 has a fantastic Global NCAP rating, making it one of the safest vehicles marketed in India. The Advances Driver Assistance System (ADAS) suite, among other game-changing safety innovations, are available on the XUV700. Adaptive cruise control, autonomous emergency braking, lane keeping assistance, high beam assistance, traffic sign identification, and a driver drowsiness system are all included in the ADAS suite that is available on the XUV700. The XUV700 also has seven airbags, ABS, EBD, traction control, ESP, a 360-degree parking camera, and blind spot assistance in addition to ADAS.
Two engine options are available for the monocoque SUV: a 2.2 litre turbodiesel with two tuning levels of 153 bhp-360 nm and 182 bhp-420 nm and a 2 litre turbocharged petrol with 197 bhp-380 nm. Both engines are available with torque converter automatic and six-speed manual gearboxes. Only the diesel-powered trims of the car come with all-wheel drive. The SUV’s standard models are front-wheel driven. The SUV is available with 5 seats or 7 seats. Prices begin at 13.18 lakh rupees, ex-showroom.
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