Today with the official reveal of the much-awaited Mahindra XUV700 the homegrown manufacturer has revealed the plethora of features the car will come packed with. These features however will be divided into 4 trim levels namely, MX as the base trim, AX3, AX5 and the top-end feature-rich AX7 trim. And as for the powertrain options, the car will be available in two different powertrain options which be based on the fuel type you use. These many variants are easy to get confused with but worry not as we have got you covered to ease up this difficulty, we bring you Mahindra XUV700 variants explained.

Starting off with powertrain options, the new Mahindra XUV700 will come in two variants first being the 2.0-litre 4-cylinder mStallion petrol engine which will be capable of generating maximum power up to 200 PS and a maximum torque up to 380 Nm, and the 2.2-litre 4-cylinder mHawk diesel engine which will be capable of generating maximum power up to 185 PS and maximum torque up to 420 Nm MT/ 450 Nm AT. Both the engine will come with either a 6-speed MT or a 6-speed AT option.

Talking about the features of 4 trim levels, for the base MX trim you can expect things like 8-inch infotainment with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay (Wired), 7-inch instrument cluster, Flush type door handles, Steering mounted multimedia controls, 17-inch steel wheels and day-night IRVMs.

In addition to these features, the AX trim gets 10.25-inch infotainment with wireless android auto and Apple car play, Built-in Amazon Alexa, 60+ connected car features, LED DRLs, fog lamps, 6 speaker sound system, and 17-inch rim wheel cap.

In addition to the above features the AX5 gets a large Sky roof, R17 Diamond cut alloys, Curtain airbags, LED clear view headlamp, Sequential turn indicators and Cornering lamps.

And for the top-end trim AX7 you will get additional features mentioned above plus Advanced driver assists, driver Drowsiness alert, Smart clean zone, Dual Auto climate, R18 Diamond cut alloy, Leather seats, 6-way power seat with memory function and Side airbags.

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