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Mahindra XUV300 Accessories: Front Parking Sensors, Chrome Accents & More

Not buying the top-spec variant, but want more chrome? Mahindra’s accessory list has you covered

Mahindra XUV300 Accessories: Front Parking Sensors, Chrome Accents & More
Mahindra XUV300 Accessories: Front Parking Sensors, Chrome Accents & More
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2019-02-18T12:50:39+05:30

XUV300 can be fitted with front parking sensors, tyre pressure monitoring system and LED DRLs as accessories.

  • Vast choice of additional chrome accents on the exterior of the new XUV300.

  • Variety of seat covers in different designs and materials also available.

  • Mahindra has launched the new XUV300 at a starting price of Rs 7.90 lakh (ex-showroom, India). It is offered in four variants - W4, W6, W8 and W8(O). While this new sub-4m SUV boasts of various segment-first features, Mahindra also offers a wide range of accessories for customers to personalise their XUV300s.

    While many accessories are of the cosmetic variety, some also add functionality - the front parking sensors, for instance, which are otherwise only offered on the top-spec W8(O) variant. Let’s take a look at what’s on offer:

    Accessories that stand out

    Functional accessories

    Meanwhile, the following accessories are listed in the brochure, but their prices aren't available yet:

    • LED DRL lamps

    • Lounge lighting

    • Speaker upgrade

    For exterior accessories, the list gets quite extensive with chrome garnishes and inserts which can be added to the following bits:

    Exterior Chrome Garnishes

    Apart from chrome, buyers can also accessorize their Mahindra XUV300s with the following:

    Exterior Styling

    Mahindra also offers styling kits for the XUV300 curated using a combination of some of the above mentioned exterior accessories. These are as follows:

    Basic exterior accessories

    If you want to personalise the interior of the XUV300, Mahindra has some options there too. There are various seat covers to choose from such as black leather, vinyl or quilted vinyl in grey or tan. For slightly sportier seat cover designs, there are various colours and combinations to choose from for both quilted and perforated vinyl. There is also a choice of door sill protector materials and designs - aluminium, illuminated or stainless steel. If you like, you can also opt for a nappa leather steering cover. Other items on the interior accessories’ list include various floor mat designs and materials including carpet and PVC as well as magnetic sunshades and a rear luggage cover. Here’s the full list with prices:

    Interior Styling

    Interior utility and other basic accessories

    Planning to buy the XUV300? Which of these accessories would you want to get fitted on your car? Let us and other prospective buyers know your choice in the comments section below.


    Source: cardekho.com

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