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  • The best of so many segments, incorporated into one substantial package! Visually large but compact to the core styling. Best ever manifestation of body-on-ladder construction.

    - zeegnition
  • Its’s the best Mahindra yet. Considering what it is meant to be, it’s a pretty darn good car too. Here’s why - it drives very well, offers excellent control, good ride comfort, and has the best-ever interiors of any Mahindra car to date, thanks to the good plastics, appealing trim and great features.

    - NDTV AUTO
  • The TUV is pretty impressive, prices start at Rs 6.9 lakh in Pune. At that price you get a spacious and very well designed cabin, torquey motor, an excellent ride, decent handling and an ‘authentic’ SUV feel.

    - EVO
  • Mahindra TUV300
  • The TUV300 first off all I must say is imposing, for a sub 4-meter SUV the TUV300 almost dwarf’s its closest competitor, the Ford EcoSport… That also means it has a fairly strong presence which manages to attract enough glances.

    - OVERDRIVE
  • Considering the bracket of Rs. 6.9 lakh, for the base variant, to Rs. 9.12 lakh (ex-showroom, Mumbai) for the feature-rich AMT trim, the Mahindra TUV300 can be seen as a stern opponent to its competition in the form of the Renault Duster and Ford Ecosport.

    - BBC TOPGEAR
  • Having such an SUV means, one doesn’t have to bother with the potholes, the speed breakers, the waterlogged underpasses, or the end of the world, the TUV just sails through it all.

    - CARWALE
  • The Mahindra design team has certainly done a great job here and all-in-all, the quality of the plastics along with the fit and finish is definitely par expectation. The Mahindra TUV300 is also surprisingly spacious when it comes to headroom, shoulder room and legroom.

    - ZIGWHEELS

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