The car is targeted at fleet operators and cab aggregators.

The company has launched its KUV100 Trip, which is targeted at fleet operators and cab aggregators, with prices starting at Rs 5.16 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) and going up to Rs 5.42 lakh.

This is the first time a small Mahindra has featured a petrol-CNG option. This ‘Bi-fuel’ version is equipped with a 1.2-litre, three-cylinder engine and makes 82hp when running on petrol and 70hp powered by CNG. The CNG cylinder in the boot has a 60-litre capacity. The other powertrain of choice is the 77hp, 1.2-litre diesel engine that’s shared with the standard car.

The KUV100 Trip is the pre-facelift E2 version of the hatchback and comes with air-conditioning, power steering and internally adjustable rear-view mirrors. You also get ABS as standard and the car is also fitted with an 80kph speed limiter, as per government regulations. The petrol-CNG Trip is on offer in five- and six-seat forms and you can get the diesel only in six-seat form.

Mahindra is also offering annual maintenance contracts which costs around Rs 0.35-0.40 per kilometre, and you can also upgrade the standard warranty to five years.

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