Mahindra S204

Mahindra confirmed officially that the XUV300 7-seater SUV named S204.

Grown car manufacturer Mahindra and Mahindra and was a success for the brand. The XUV300 is the best selling product for the indigenous car manufacturer, which in the initial months was even the leading Mahindra driver, on the Ssangyong Tivoli. This is the success of the XUV300, and now Mahindra plans to expand the XUV300 series and start a seven-seater and all-electric version. The 7-seater SUV is known as the XUV400 and is known as the Mahindra S204. Officially, Mahindra gave the project the green light and confirmed the midterm roadmap to European media.

The 7-seat XUV 400 will compete against products like Tata Hexa and the brand’s own Scorpio, which are above the XUV300 and below the XUV500. The 1.5-liter GDI naturally pumped four-cylinder direct-injection petrol engine will most probably be powered by the Euro-spec release.

The Mahindra XUV400 most probably continues to design the XUV300.

The S204 is the Indian version of the Ssangyong XLV and will be upgraded to the Indian market for styling, features, and powertrains. Take a heavily camouflaged test mule, but elements such as the family grille, dumb headlights, and steel rims (usually seen with Mahindra test cars) show that it is a Mahindra. Then you will notice a detailed look that has characters, such as the sculptural characteristics on the haunches, identical to the X UV 300 and Ssangyong XLV, wing mirrors, and glass on the back. In addition, its silhouette looks bigger. This means that as the S204 gets the Mahindra grille of its own sport, a comparatively smaller air dam, and tight surpluses, even the rear was reworked and the license plate area moved to the doorstep. The tailgate is carved and the shark fin antenna with the roof rails is provided.

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The SsangYong XLV has been created on the extended Tivoli platform to support the S204. Although we have very little information on its specifications, the Mahindra XUV300 and Marazzo are likely to receive the same 1.5-liter diesel engine. Mahindra is also launching a 1,5-liter turbo T-GDI gasoline engine with the S204, which will also be used in Marazzo, according to news reports.

The XUV400 will feature the bulk of its Indian-spec XUV300 components, including:

  • Electric sun roofing
  • Leatherette upholstery
  • Dual-zone automatic climatic
  • GPS-navigation 7-inch touchscreen infotainment
  • Apple CarPlay and Android Car
  • Additional conveniences

Soon, the Mahindra XUV400 7-seater will hit European markets in 2021.