There are five diesel variants, one petrol trim, and a more powerful 155hp diesel engine.

There are styling tweaks both, inside and out, which includes a new front grille and bumper, alloy wheel design, roof rails, and a new design for the rear tailgate design and tail-lamps. Now, you also get LED daytime running lamps as well as a sunroof. Mahindra added soft-touch materials to the dash and the car also comes equipped with tan leather seats with quilted stitching.

You could also get the more powerful 155hp motor on the diesel XUV500.

There are two engine and gearbox options:

155hp/360Nm, 2.2-litre diesel mated to a six-speed manual or automatic

140hp/320Nm, 2.2-litre petrol mated to a six-speed automatic transmission.


Here’s what you get with each variant.

Mahindra XUV500 W5 (Rs 12.32 lakh)

Six-speed manual gearbox

Black and grey interior with fabric upholstery

Dual exhaust

Roof rails

Mobile charging point (front row)

Power windows

Remote tailgate opening

Rear wash/wipe and defogger

Follow-me-home headlamps

Flat folding second and third row seat (50:50 third row, 60:40 second row)

Dual AC (manual)

Steel wheels


Mahindra XUV500 W7 (Rs 13.58-14.78 lakh)

Six-speed manual and automatic gearboxes

Black and tan interior with fabric upholstery

Chrome front grille inserts

Automatic climate control

Cruise control

Steering-mounted audio controls with smart key


Mahindra XUV500 W9 (Rs 15.23-16.43 lakh)

17-inch alloy wheels

Piano black trim on centre console

Telescopic steering

Reverse camera with dynamic assist

Mobile charging (first and second row)

Infotainment system with BlueSense and Android Auto


Mahindra XUV500 W11 (Rs 16.43-17.63 lakh)

Dual-tone black/tan leather seats with quilted stitching

Leather finish on dashboard and door pads

Chrome trim on exterior

Power driver’s seat

Puddle lamps

Camping lamp


Mahindra XUV500 W11 (O) (Rs 16.68-17.88 lakh)

AWD (optional)

17-inch alloy wheels

18-inch Diamond-cut alloy wheels (optional)

The XUV500 G AT (priced at Rs 15.43 lakh) shares most of its equipment with the mid-spec W7 diesel trim.

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