Jeep is one of the iconic brands for many off-roading enthusiasts. When it was launched in India a few months ago, many off-roading enthusiasts were left disappointed due to its high pricing.
Well, if you cannot afford a Jeep then here is a Mahindra TUV 300 which is very well disguised as a Jeep Grand Cherokee. Yes, a TUV 300 has been extensively modified by Coimbatore-based customisation firm, Sunmac Automotive, to look like an expensive Jeep SUV.
The modified Mahindra TUV 300 gets a completely new front fascia with a new Jeep grille, Jeep logo and projector headlamps with daytime running LED lights borrowed from Audi Q3.
Apart from that the modified TUV 300 gets a new bumper, redesigned bonnet and rear of the vehicle now features a clutter-free design with the rear wheel absent.
On the technical front, the TUV 300 is left in its stock state. The modified SUV is powered by the same 1.5-litre three-cylinder mHawk engine which is coupled to a 5-speed manual or AMT gearbox.
This modification will cost you Rs 1.5 lakhs apart from the SUV itself. The only thing missing is the four-wheel-drive and Mahindra has no plans to offer this feature on the TUV 300.
If your looking for a genuine one, that is the Jeep Grand Cherokee, then do check out the extensive photos of the SUV by clicking the gallery below.