Mahindra TUV 300 Plus

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₹ 9.70 - ₹ 10.99 Lakh
TUV 300 Plus Price
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TUV 300 Plus Specifications
Engine 2179 cc
Power 120 bhp
Transmission Manual
Turbo Charger Yes

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Things We Like in TUV 300 Plus
  • Exceptional space inside with nine seats, excellent for fleet owners
  • Solid build and strong presence as well
  • The 2.2L engine is a perfect choice and makes the car worthy of its price
Things We Dont Like in TUV 300 Plus
  • Ride quality lacks cushiness
  • No automatic variant
  • Important features such as seat height adjustment and rear ac vent missing

Price List of TUV 300 Plus

Variant Price Specifications  
P4 ₹ 9.70 Lakh*
Ex-Showroom Price
2179 cc, 120 bhp, Manual, Diesel
P6 ₹ 9.95 Lakh*
Ex-Showroom Price
2179 cc, 120 bhp, Manual, Diesel
P8 ₹ 10.99 Lakh*
Ex-Showroom Price
2179 cc, 120 bhp, Manual, Diesel
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Mahindra TUV 300 Plus Price In Popular Cities

  • Ahmedabad

    ₹ 9.70 - ₹ 10.99 Lakh

  • Bangalore

    ₹ 9.70 - ₹ 10.99 Lakh

  • Chandigarh

    ₹ 9.70 - ₹ 10.99 Lakh

  • Chennai

    ₹ 9.70 - ₹ 10.99 Lakh

  • Ghaziabad

    ₹ 9.70 - ₹ 10.99 Lakh

  • Gurgaon

    ₹ 9.70 - ₹ 10.99 Lakh

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Review of TUV 300 Plus

  • Overview
  • Interior
  • Exterior
  • Mileage Running Cost
  • Comfort Suspension
  • Engine Performance
  • Braking Safety


Mahindra TUV300 has been a competent product in its class and now the company has rolled out a new weapon to target the large family car buyers in India. The TUV300 which was aimed at semi-urban buyers, now gets a new 9-seater sibling. Known as Mahindra TUV300 Plus, the 9-seater version is basically the extended version of sub 4-meter TUV300. The stretched SUV has the capacity of seating 9 people at a time and it’s targeted mainly as a people-mover. The vehicle continues to offers optimal features and gadgetry for the buyers, with comfort up-to the mark. Mahindra TUV300 Plus comes to the forefront as the replacement vehicle for the old Xylo and also offers lot of features compared to Scorpio. The outer and inner profile gets some minimal changes while the engine chassis remains the same.
Outer profile of Mahindra TUV300 Plus is not much different from Mahindra TUV300. The SUV shares most of its styling details with the 7 seater TUV300. In simple words, we can say that Mahindra TUV300 Plus is the extended version of the sub 4-meter SUV. The front profile features bold radiator grille with premium chrome inserts, upright bonnet design while fog lamps gets chrome accents as well. The side profile gets square wheel arches with 16-inch alloy wheels giving an eye catching look. The uniquely slanted pillars and doors add to the SUV styling. At the back, its stylish tail lights and tailgate mounted spare wheel covers add to the SUVish character. In terms of dimensions, Mahindra TUV300 Plus is 4400mm long, 1820mm tall and 1835mm wide while the wheelbase stands at 2680mm. So, as compared to the regular SUV, it’s about 405mm longer and 3mm taller. Mahindra TUV300 Plus is available in vibrant shades they are Bold Black, Dynamo Red, Glacier White, Molten Orange and Majestic Silver.
The cabin of the Mahindra TUV300 Plus shares most of the features with the standard TUV300. The dash layout as well as the feature list is the same. The interior of the SUV is designed by the legendry Italian design house, Pininfarina. The seats are covered with the premium faux leather that makes the interior looks more attractive. The feature list includes steering mounted audio and phone controls, driver’s seat is height adjustable, armrest for the defogger and follow-me-home headlamps. In terms of technology, car features 17.8 cm touchscreen unit with navigation and 4 speakers and 2 tweeters, Bluesense App, Micro hybrid technology, Brake energy regeneration technology, ECO mode, AC ECO mode, Intellipark reverse assist and driver information system.
Mahindra TUV300 Plus is available with only one engine, the powerful SUV is driven by the 2.2L 4-cylinder diesel mill that also does its duty in XUV500 and Scorpio. The engine is capable of generating the power output of 120PS and the maximum torque of 320Nm. The diesel mill comes paired with 6-speed manual gearbox and also gets Mahindra’s micro-hybrid technology. The SUV delivers ARAI certified mileage figures of 18.49kmpl.
For the safety of its passengers, Mahindra TUV300 Plus comes loaded with a lot of aspects. The list includes Digital immobiliser, seat belt reminder lamp, Anti-theft steering lock, Auto door lock while driving, side intrusion beam, Collapsible steering column and Hazard lights on panic braking. Airbags and ABS with EBD is not offered in the base trim P4 while it’s other two variant P6 and P8 gets both the features. Though Mahindra TUV300 doesn’t have any direct competitor, the 9-seating capacity gives it an upper edge over cars such as Maruti Ertiga and Renault Lodgy.
Mahindra TUV300 Plus is available in 3 different variants they are P4, P6 and P8. As far as the pricing is concerned, the TUV300’s base trim P4 is offered at the starting price tag of Rs. 9.59 lakh, its mid-range variant P6 is tagged at Rs. 9.95 lakh. Mahindra TUV300’s top-end trim is offered at the price tag of Rs. 10.99 lakh, ex-showroom.


Besides the 9 seating layout, there are subtle changes in the interior department. Get inside and one would notice that the new seats now come finished with quilted faux-leather upholstery. And since most of the plastic materials are carried forward from the smaller sibling, the fit and finish lacks the finesse that should be in an SUV/MUV like this. The vehicles feature the same 7-inch touchscreen infotainment as in the TUV300 which also misses out on Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. However, the unit comes with GPS Navigation, 4 speakers and 2 tweeters with Mahindra BlueSense mobile app. The car also features voice messaging system which eases the load of texting while on the go. Also, you can touch the info button and see vehicle information such as distance to empty, alerts, service info etc. in a nice colourful display.
Ingress and egress was never a problem in TUV300, so it remains unchanged in the Plus version as well. However, elderly people especially those with knee problems would face issue while climbing into the middle row. But Mahindra has alleviated this problem by giving side step. But if you are using the rear door to get inside, so you will clearly notice that the footstep has been placed upright. This also means that elder passengers with short height will find difficulty in accessing this space.
Since the TUV300 Plus has been crafted on the same wheelbase, people seated in the middle row will struggle for legroom. And what is more discomforting is that the backrest is slightly erected. The second row also lacks aircons which is a bit of disappointment as buyer with large families would at least expect this feature at least in a Rs. 10 lakh car.
Once you are inside, don’t expect much comfort. The reason is that the space being offered in the third row is inadequate for the adult passengers. And since they are jump seats facing each other, you won’t get seat belts either. Mahindra claims that here 4 adult passengers (2 on each side) can sit, they must have been kidding. These seats or say chairs are best for 2 adults (1 at each side) but still not best for adults since there is lack of headroom and legroom. The seats are ideal for children and short adults. Another downside in terms of quality is the plain seat covers as compared to patterned one given at the first and second rows. Folding both these seats will spare 696L of boot space and this extra luggage room is a notable advantage over the younger sibling.
For people want to carry more luggage, the good news is that the middle row can also be tumbled down which practically increases the space to 888L. Literally, the mammoth space is best for quick airport runs. The car as usual remains practical when it comes to storage. There is a storage tray below driver’s seat, bottle holders at front and second row doors, illuminated glove box and cup holders in the centre console. There is also mobile charging point available at both first and the second row which is a nice thing.
The instrument cluster remains the same save the backlighting of the multi-information display. The fabric insert in the beige coloured door pads replaced the dark brown with new black shade. Other features in the car include tow hook at front and rear, flip key, air conditioner with heater, illuminated ignition key ring, rear wash & wipe, tilt steering, front and middle row roof lamp and internally adjustable ORVM.


The new Mahindra TUV300 Plus remain almost at a first glance, however there are subtle changes when we look closely. The front fascia is identical except revamped bumper and minor tweaks to headlamps and foglamps. The squared shaped foglamps gets news inverted L-styled chrome applique above. The carmaker has also removed the static cornering light functionality in the Plus version, this feature is generally useful on roads with poor illumination.
Turn to the side and the ‘Plus’ factor is evident. The car has been extended beyond the c-pillar and honestly the vehicle looks much better than the younger sibling which has a funny side to its image. The roof rails have been removed for a clean look while the car sits on large 16-inch alloy wheels. Further, the sidewall height has also been reduced to 5.93 inches from 6.35 inches. This is unfavourable because bigger sidewalls give improved ride quality. The creases at the side run all the way to the end which is one of the important elements of the styling.
The rear profile looks wholesome. It’s more rounded than the boxy design of the TUV300. The rear bumper has been revised with the middle area featuring a contour to house the spare wheel. The reflectors are also smaller in size. The spare wheel takes the center stage as opposed to the offset position of the TUV300. The taillights are wraparound and sober. Overall, Mahindra has given nice touches to the car to make it look part from the sibling.

Mileage Running Cost

The Plus variant gets the powerful 2.2L diesel engine and despite the bigger displacement, the efficiency is hardly compromised. Mahindra claims TUV300 Plus returns ARAI certified mileage of 15.3kmpl which is still good looking at the ‘plus’ factor.

Comfort Suspension

The ride quality of the vehicle remains more or less identical to the similar cars with ladder-on-frame chassis. There is improvement in the ride quality but don’t expect the suspension to give you plush drivability in the cities. Yes, the uneven roads are gobbled up brilliantly while smashing through potholes at 50-60kmph is a piece of cake. However, there is always a little bounciness as the driver is quite aware of the surface underneath feeling slightest of the imperfections.
Going over sharp and tall bumps will surely give the passengers some jolts with a lot of lateral movement. But the overall suspension is quite solid as you don’t have to break the speed on rough terrains. At corners, you have to be careful as this car is not built for hard cornering. As long as it is driven sedately, it will do a fair job. While you will experience the tyres giving satisfactory grip levels in both dry and wet conditions, the confidence of pushing the car is still missing.
The TUV300 Plus has been bestowed with hydraulic power steering. The weight seems to be unpredictable feeling imprecise in both cities and on the highways. Moreover, parking the car requires more effort.

Engine Performance

The new TUV300 gets the 2.2L mHawk diesel engine shared from the bigger siblings Scorpio and XUV500. The motor makes 120PS, 20PS more from the standard TUV on offer with 280Nm of torque. This is an absolute gem of an engine with excellent power, efficiency, refinement and drivability. If you are really planning to buy TUV300, you can go for the Plus variant just for the sake of this engine. You would not regret your decision as the price is totally worth of it.
Turn the ignition on and you will see a little vibration but as the clatter calms down, the engine eventually shows its true colour. If you are cruising, then the engine is hardly audible given its refined nature. The engine note is pleasant and unlike roughness in cars such as Innova. The engine impresses the most while driving within the city premises. It feels energetic in the urban areas with wonderful control over turbo-lag. The engine is so capable that it wouldn’t mind driving off from a halt in the second gear itself and you can potter in the city in the 3rd gear throughout the day. And you won’t believe the car cross flyovers in the fourth gear without breaking a sweat.
At open stretches, the performance is equally impressive and the car doesn’t become unnerved even at 120kmph speed. The engine provides plenty of grunt throughout the rev range with easy overtaking, credit of which goes to peppy mid-range. But as case with other diesel engines, one should stay away from crossing the redline. The transmission duties are handled by the same 6-speed gearbox as working in Scorpio. Though, you can’t expect a smooth-shifting gearbox as in contemporary sedans, it is fairly smooth and will deter you from aggressive upshifts. But the downside here is that no matter the speed of the car is, the gear stick keeps on dancing as there is excessive vibration and jolts on it.
The carmaker has also installed Micro-Hybrid technology with the vehicle. When the vehicles come to halt and when you engage the neutral, you will see the start/stop light on the instrument panel blinking three times. The engine then switches off in order to get the most out of fuel efficiency. This will be repeated every time you stop the car. However, for many people it could be annoying as the cabin tends to shake disturbingly when the engine is turned on and off. Overall, the performance of the car is more than satisfactory.

Braking Safety

Mahindra has skipped the ABS with EBD and dual airbags in the base variant of Plus model, as compared to TUV300, which is quite weird. However, all the safety features are standard in the other two variants. Other safety aspects in the SUV include side intrusion beams, collapsible steering column, seat belt reminder, keyless entry, intellipark reverse assist, auto door lock while driving, hazard lights on panic braking and anti-theft lock.

Frequently asked questions about Mahindra TUV 300 Plus

  • What is the price of Mahindra TUV 300 Plus?

    On road prices of Mahindra TUV 300 Plus in starts from ₹ 9.70 Lakh for base variant P4, while the top spec variant P8 costs at ₹ 10.99 Lakh.

    Variant Price
    P4 ₹ 9.70 Lakh
    P6 ₹ 9.95 Lakh
    P8 ₹ 10.99 Lakh

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