The modified Mahindra KUV100 NXT with an initial price of INR 4.93 lakh to INR 7.42 lakh(ex-showroom price) is started selling in India. The refurbished model has equipped with 40 new changes to uniquely notify the new car from older Mahindra KUV100. Obviously, all changes are not that significant but even tiny changes are worthy as they separate out the car when it comes to comparison between the old and new Mahindra KUV 100.

New KUV 100 vs Old KUV 100

New KUV 100 vs Old KUV 100

Here are the significant differences between the new Mahindra KUV100 NXT and the older KUV100:

Variants Vary In Both:

The older Mahindra KUV100 had four primary variants including K2, K4, K6, and K8 and other variants had ‘+’ option with K2, K4, and K6 with the facility of dual airbags arrangements and a moreover amenities to comfort the car. In the recently revised model, the K4 and K6 variants had been eliminated and replaced with new five variants. The variants of Mahindra KUV100 NXT are K2, K2+, K4+, K6+ and exclusive K8 which is equipped with all the listed relish features.

New Design and Improved Style

The freshness is stuffed with old Mahindra KUV100’s overall design and the car is able to recognized separately now with the older version. The significant change in design is overseen by the front look of the car with a front bumper and sharper lines to distinguish the present from the previous one. Moreover, a black housing is added a fresh mesh grille, a larger central air dam, and new foglamps. The redesigned skid plate with silver faux placed at the front to give a prominent look and a better abrasion-resistance. The grills revamped to a longer shape and sebaceous chrome insert also refurbished with the tooth-shaped design. The sunglass shaped headlamp remained unchanged but it is giving different appearance with revised cluster and LED daytime running lights.

New KUV 100 Exeterior Design vs Old KUV 100 Exeterior Design

New KUV 100 Exterior Design vs Old KUV 100 Exterior Design

The design of both the cars are almost same but the new one got plumpy to give a more prominent look with the plastic covering in reference to wheel arches, side body appearance, and unified underbody structure to shade the prime SUV character. Some new prominent features also added like redesigned ORVMs along with integrated turn signal light and a new 15-inch twin 5-spoke alloy wheels.

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The rear look is also revised in new Mahindra KUV100 NXT model with a modified tailboard. With amazing newly added taillights which have got the fresh touch of clear lens double barrel compare to the red one in the previous model. The rear side also got a new bumper, plastic cladding along the base, reflector, number plate housing and a skid plate is newly added.

Fresh Interior And Cabin Structure

A fresh and plausible appearance make it distinct from the existing KUV100 as the dashboard is reworked to shade the nice look comparatively. Leaving the steering and the layout aside as they are identical to the previous model, the console is redesigned with a latest 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system almost similar to XUV500 and added audio, visual replay and GPS navigation system. The previous three dials console is changed to one single dial with buttons by the inclusion of electronic temperature control panel.

New KUV 100 Interior Design vs Old KUV 100 Interior Design

New KUV 100 Interior Design vs Old KUV 100 Interior Design

The old grey colored interior now replaced with the new black colored sporty look and carbon fiber finish is an additive to the dashboard. The 6-seat layout is standardized by doubling the front center seat with the addition of armrest with a cup holder place. The new interior comes with black fabric seats, a new addition to instrument cluster attached to a gearshift alert, an electrical operability of ORVMs and the tailgate latch. Some other features include driver information system with voice alert, child lock, ISOFIX child belt mount, and speed sensing door lock.

Modification To Engine And Transmission

Both the models are equipped with the same engine specifications. The Mahindra KUV100 is powered by mFalcon family’s 1.2-litre petrol and diesel engine. The petrol variant, mFalcon G80, churns out 82 BHP and 115 Nm of maximum torque and diesel variant, mFalcon D75, is able to exert out 77 BHP and 190 Nm of maximum torque. Both the models are mated to a 5-speed transmission which is standard across all the variants.