Mahindra KUV100 NXT Facelift: Variants Explained

  • Published On: 11 October 2017
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Here’s all you need to know about the KUV100 NXT’s variants and equipment on offer

The facelifted KUV100 Features a more muscular appearance and can be had in 10 trims. All the models feature changes to the interior and a few mechanical updates. The facelift model continues to use the same 84hp, 1.2-litre petrol and 78hp, 1.2-litre diesel mated to five-speed manual gearboxes. However, Mahindra has gone ahead and made changes to the engine damping to improve the overall refinement. Furthermore, the suspension now gets longer travel - an increase of 50mm - which is expected to improve the ride quality considerably.

Here’s all you need to know about the updated six-seater hatchback’s variants and equipment on offer:

 

K2

Grille with black inserts

Two-tone bumpers

Clear lens tail-lamps

Grey interior finish

Roof rails with rear spoiler

Wheel caps

Gear shift alert

ABS with EBD

Tilt adjustable steering

Manual AC

Engine immobiliser

 

K2+

Dual-front airbags

 

K4+

Sill cladding

Front and rear power windows

Power Eco Mode (diesel)

Driver’s seat height adjust

Body coloured door handles and outside rear view mirrors

Wheel caps

Folding rear seat

 

K6+

Grille with chrome inserts

7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system

15-inch wheels with full wheel covers

Dual-chamber headlamps

Turn indicators integrated in the outside rear view mirror

Door side cladding

Electronic AC control

Engine start-stop function

Remote central locking

Rear wiper and defogger

Electrically adjustable outside rear view mirrors

Rear parcel tray

Steering-mounted controls

Speed-sensing door locks

Follow me home headlamps

Anti-theft security alarm

Automatic hazard warning lights

 

K8

All-black interiors

15-inch dual-tone alloy wheels

Navigation with MapmyIndia

Electric folding outside rear view mirrors

IntelliPark reverse parking assist system

Remote opening tail-gate

Chrome-finished fog lamp bezels

LED daytime running lights

Dual-tone exterior finish

Adjustable rear headrests

Rear centre arm rest

Puddle lamps

Ambient lighting

Cooled glovebox

Boot lamp

Isofix child seat mounts at the rear

12V power outlet

Two tweeters

Two remote keys

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