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Mahindra has removed the TUV300 from their official website. This indicates that the Mahindra TUV300 could be discontinued permanently from the brand's lineup. There are also no indications of any BS6 update for the compact-SUV as well.
The Mahindra TUV300 was first launched in the Indian market, back in 2015. The TUV300 was introduced as a tank-built SUV positioned in the Indian compact-SUV segment. Later in 2019, Mahindra updated the TUV300 yet again, giving it a number of subtle cosmetic updates, along with a number of new features and equipment as well.
Mahindra has already discontinued its NuvoSport SUV offering in the Indian market. The TUV300 and its larger sibling, the TUV300 Plus could be the next ones to be axed. Among the compact-SUV segment, Mahindra has the XUV300 which is performing well for the brand.
The Mahindra XUV300 even became the best-selling compact-SUV in the month of May 2020. The XUV300 beat the likes of the Hyundai Venue and the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza to register the highest sales, amidst the restart of operation post the COVID-19 induced lockdown.
Coming back to the Mahindra TUV300, the compact-SUV is powered by a single 1.5-litre diesel engine. It produces 100bhp at 3,750rpm and 240Nm of torque at 1,600rpm and is mated either to a five-speed manual or automatic transmission unit.
Mahindra has been severely affected by the lockdown in the Indian market. The company has registered a massive loss during the final quarter of the previous financial year. The company has also postponed the launch of multiple products in the market, including the much-awaited Thar, XUV500 and the Scorpio models.
While the next-generation XUV500 and Scorpio models have been pushed to next year. Mahindra has confirmed the launch of the new-generation Thar will take place by the end of this year. The iconic off-roader was scheduled to go on sale immediately post lockdown — here are more details.
Thoughts On The Mahindra TUV300 Being Discontinued
The Mahindra TUV300 has been on sale since 2015. However, the boxy design of the SUV never became too popular among the masses. It will be interesting to see if Mahindra actually does update the TUV300 with a BS6 engine, or if this is its end of the line.