Mahindra Cars

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Mahindra car price starts from Rs. 6.15 Lakh for KUV100 NXT to Rs. 31.84 Lakh for Alturas G4. Mahindra offers a total of fourteen products which are Petrol , Diesel , Electric and CNG powered cars. Mahindra Thar is a popular SUV car in India and Mahindra E Verito is one of the top Sedan cars in Indian auto market . The company also plans to launch several upcoming cars such as XUV900, XUV Aero and eKUV100. Choose a Mahindra car to know all the details, including the latest price & car offers at dealer showrooms in your city. You can also check out the specifications, images, car mileage, user reviews from fellow Mahindra car owners and unbiased reviews by our auto experts.

Mahindra Cars Price List (March 2022) in India

Mahindra Car ModelEx-showroom Price
Mahindra TharRs. 13.17 - 15.53 Lakh
Mahindra XUV700Rs. 12.95 - 23.79 Lakh
Mahindra ScorpioRs. 13.18 - 18.14 Lakh
Mahindra BoleroRs. 8.99 - 9.99 Lakh
Mahindra XUV300Rs. 8.16 - 13.67 Lakh
Mahindra MarazzoRs. 12.80 - 15.00 Lakh
Mahindra Alturas G4Rs. 28.84 - 31.84 Lakh
Mahindra KUV100 NXTRs. 6.15 - 7.81 Lakh
Mahindra E VeritoRs. 9.12 - 9.46 Lakh
Mahindra Bolero Pik-UpRs. 8.64 - 9.04 Lakh
Mahindra Bolero NeoRs. 8.99 - 11.33 Lakh
Mahindra BOLERO PIK UP Extra StrongRs. 8.49 - 9.17 Lakh
Mahindra Bolero Maxi Truck PlusRs. 7.38 - 7.76 Lakh
Mahindra Bolero CamperRs. 9.05 - 9.54 Lakh

About Mahindra

Mahindra is an Indian automaker that has been building cars, primarily SUVs, for the subcontinent ever since the first Willys Jeeps arrived in the 1950s. It has a legacy of building tough, diesel-powered utility vehicles, such as the CJ-series Jeeps and the Thar. Mahindra’s cars have always been popular people movers in India for the value they offer in their go-anywhere capability and price. 
Four-wheel drive lies at the roots of Mahindra’s history -- it started out by assembling 4x4 Willy’s Jeeps and later developed its own off-roading vehicles and hardware such as transmissions and transfer cases. Over the years Mahindra has given us a score of memorable and capable off-roaders and family SUVs in India, at different price points across multiple segments. 
Product portfolio
Micro SUV: Mahindra offers the KUV100 NXT micro-SUV in India. It’s a raised-up hatchback with an 82PS 1.2-litre petrol engine that rivals the Maruti Suzuki Ignis. 
SUVs: Utility vehicles dominate the Mahindra lineup, with legacy models such as the Bolero and Scorpio still on offer. The range starts with the XUV300 sub-4m SUV, and comprises the Bolero Neo, XUV700, Thar and Alturas G4 SUVs.
People movers: Legacy Mahindra models have long served as a staple in rural areas where they are still used as people carriers. Nowadays, the carmaker offers the Marazzo MPV in 6- and 7-seater layouts as a relatively premium rival to the Maruti Suzuki Ertiga.  
Electric vehicle: Mahindra Electric has been developing EVs for more than two decades in India. Currently, the carmaker offers the eVerito electric sedan in India. 
Greatest Hits
Mahindra’s top five products in India have been: 
Mahindra Scorpio: first all-new global SUV from Mahindra
Mahindra Bolero: rugged utility vehicle that’s so indispensable that it’s still on sale today
Mahindra XUV500: first monocoque-based Mahindra SUV 
Mahindra Thar: Initiated the Indian market to lifestyle SUVs with a relatively affordable civilian jeep 
Mahindra XUV700: First Indian car to feature advanced driver assistance and active safety technologies
Bonus: Mahindra e2O: first EV from a mainstream Indian carmaker 
Future Plans: 
Currently, given the nascent market for EVs in India, Mahindra only offers the eVerito electric sedan. But the lineup is set to grow with the arrival of the eKUV100 and XUV300 mass-market electric SUVs. In addition, Mahindra plans to introduce the next-generation Scorpio SUV, 5-door Thar and multiple other SUVs in the near future.     

Mahindra Car Models Price in India

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Upcoming Mahindra Cars

  • Mahindra eKUV100
    Rs. 8.25 Lakh
    Launch Date : Unrevealed
  • Mahindra Scorpio 2022
    Rs. 10.00 Lakh
    Launch Date : Unrevealed
  • Mahindra XUV500 2022
    Rs. 12.00 Lakh
    Launch Date : Unrevealed
  • Mahindra S204
    Rs. 12.00 Lakh
    Launch Date : Unrevealed
  • Mahindra XUV300 Electric
    Rs. 15.00 Lakh
    Launch Date : Unrevealed

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Mahindra Car User Reviews

  • Thar
    224 reviews

    This is a massive car, People will look at you when you drive this monster.Grab attention on road.You will feel safe inside even if it is at very high speed.Classic looks, Off-roading experience is amazing.No car offer such off roading experience at this price.Very important part is that you will feel more young and energetic after driving this suv.No car in this segment have any match with this car.Driven by heart seriously not with pocket.

    Rajinder 1 month ago
  • XUV700
    166 reviews

    Excellent car.Performance is best and has a great road presense.An absolute stunner in terms of comfort and ride quality.Second row seats should have been sliding to make more space.

    Ashish 1 month ago
  • Scorpio
    1983 reviews

    I have been using Scorpio for many years. First, I bought, A Scorpio S10 and I am using it in Arunachal Pradesh. Here road condition is dangerous and muddy. I drove s10 at the speed of 170 km/hr and the whole maintenance cost from 2015 to now is under 4 lakh which is extremely affordable. After using s10, I was satisfied. Therefore, I bought Scorpio again now this time s11, Having 140 bhp with good mileage it browned my mind. The performance of the s11 is outrageous, I drove this car whole Himalayas range from Ladakh, Spiti, Whole Himachal and Uttarakhand, Some cities of Punjab, Up, Haryana and Rajasthan. From 2019 to 2021, I lived in Delhi, Therefore these all places are my weekend visit niche. Thus, My s11 serviced all service centres of North India and all records are present on my booklet and the service charge is pocket friendly. After mid-2021, I have visited the whole of Sikkim, Darjeeling, Kalimpong, Nepal, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Assam, Later back to Arunachal again now I am residing in Arunachal Pradesh again. In my opinion, Scorpio is the best-rugged vehicle for rough, Hilly and 4×4 roads, However, Scorpio doesn't need 4*4 to go all these areas and I have proof to support my verdict, You can check my Instagram and youtube feed by going to my profile "header stang", You would love the strength of Scorpio. For instance, In January I visited Tawang. There was heavy snowfall happening, At that time all vehicles were struggling to ascent the hill but Scorpio easily ascent up the Bum La Pass. It was struggling at y-junction and the driver step back to the hotel because Thar all wheels were spinning, but not moving ahead from that position for 1.5 hours. I will suggest to all buyers there, Scorpio is one of the best SUVs for our Indian rough road and its maintenance cost is way cheaper than under 7 lakh cars. I have Maruti and Toyota's SUV but their maintenance cost is not pocket friendly. Moreover, in my opinion. Scorpio is the beast among all the SUVs because it is ready to go all-terrain, and the cost of this vehicle is cheaper than its competitors. If you want to go to the snow area, you just use a snow chain only, because of black ice and you don't need any 4*4 for black ice. All SUVs need snow chains. Otherwise, wheels only spin and won't go anywhere. Therefore, Scorpio is the best vehicle for Indian roads and it is ensured, You will get beast in a small amount.

    Mountain 1 month ago
  • Bolero
    366 reviews

    Basic working machine for my estate.Does everything expected of it.Strong body, low maintenance.Not a tourer, but a real workhorse.Still, it has a more comfortable ride than my Beat.

    Zacharia 1 month ago
  • XUV 300
    562 reviews

    Good peppy engine.Strong built.Best pick if you find 257l boot space enough.My preference was safe and driver enthusiast car.Also we get good rear space.Pro buying tip : look for features that you actually use.Dont consider for things/features you wont use.

    Parveen 1 month ago

Mahindra Car Comparisons

  • Mahindra Thar
    Rs. 13.17 Lakh
    Force Motors Gurkha
    Force Motors
    Rs. 14.10 Lakh
    Thar vs Gurkha
  • Mahindra XUV700
    Rs. 12.95 Lakh
    Tata Harrier
    Rs. 14.52 Lakh
    XUV700 vs Harrier
  • Mahindra Scorpio
    Rs. 13.18 Lakh
    Mahindra Thar
    Rs. 13.17 Lakh
    Scorpio vs Thar
  • Mahindra Bolero
    Rs. 8.99 Lakh
    Mahindra Scorpio
    Rs. 13.18 Lakh
    Bolero vs Scorpio
  • Mahindra XUV 300
    XUV 300
    Rs. 8.16 Lakh
    Tata Nexon
    Rs. 7.42 Lakh
    XUV 300 vs Nexon

Get (March 2022) Offers on Mahindra Cars

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Mahindra Cars News Updates

Mahindra Born EV’s Cabin Is Digital Paradise Personified
Mahindra Born EV’s Cabin Is Digital Paradise Personified
16 Mar, 2022
Features a large digital screen, which should comprise the touchscreen infotainment system and digital driver’s display like the XUV700. Driver cockpit gets... read more

Nag Ashwin Reddy To Anand Mahindra: Build Futuristic Vehicles For Project-K
Nag Ashwin Reddy To Anand Mahindra: Build Futuristic Vehicles For Project-K
11 Mar, 2022
The Telugu-Tamil bilingual, Mahanati, starring popular actress Keerthy Suresh and directed by Nag Ashwin Reddy, has been a commercial success with rave reviews at the box... read more

Mahindra XUV700 vs Tata Safari vs Hyundai Alcazar: Which One Is Faster And Frugal?
Mahindra XUV700 vs Tata Safari vs Hyundai Alcazar: Which One Is Faster And Frugal?
5 Mar, 2022
It has been a while, but we are back with our familiar Zig performance and fuel efficiency comparo. This time around, we have three heavyweights from the three-row midsize... read more
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Mahindra Cars Question and Answers

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 4 days ago

    Both the cars are good in their forte. The Fortuner is capable, more powerful, can look both rugged or city slicker and promises to be more comfortable on the inside. It's that big jump up in price that is going to be a hard pill to swallow. On the other hand, the XUV700 comes across as a very sensible, usable and family-friendly machine that packs potent engines and incredible segment-first safety technology. It has sharp design elements, comfortable ride quality, clean dashboard layout, powerful drivetrain options, AWD

  • Ashish
    Ashish 4 weeks ago

    I can wait for Marazzo if they have something new to offer by May 2022

  • Mountain
    Mountain 1 month ago


  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 1 month ago

    Choosing the right vehicle depends highly on one's preferences. All four cars are good in their own forte. If we talk about seating comfort, both middle row seats in Toyota Innova Crysta get the one-touch tumble forward function and leave a good amount of room to get in the back. Three adults can get into its last row here but the seating will be cramped. On the other hand, families will appreciate the second row in Mahindra XUV 700 as the wide cabin and flat floor make it welcoming for three. Getting to the third row is easy in XUV too, due to the one-touch tumble function, there is a generous amount of foot room under the second row. But the under-thigh support is lacking. Whereas the seat base in Kia Carens is angled to provide support and maximised knee room, the front seats are ventilated too. But the stitching for the seats and armrests on the captain’s seats isn't up to the usual Kia standard. In MG Hector Plus, Given the amount of width, knee room and headroom on offer, adults can be accommodated here easily, but like it's rival XUV 700, the lack of under-thigh support in Hector Plus would make longer journeys tiresome. Additionally, access to the third row isn’t very convenient either. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test drive for a better understanding of performance and comfort. Click on the link and select your desired city for dealership details: dealershipRead more- Mahindra XUV700: First Drive Review.- Kia Carens First Drive: What Is It?.

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 2 months ago

    LX variants of Mahindra Thar features cruise control.

Mahindra Cars Road Tests

2021 Mahindra XUV700: First Drive Review
2021 Mahindra XUV700: First Drive Review
18 Aug, 2021
On the eve of India’s 75th Independence Day, Mahindra declared war on all carmakers in India, on all cars - from hatches to big SUVs and everything in between, by... read more

Mahindra Bolero Road Test: What We Really Want It To Be
Mahindra Bolero Road Test: What We Really Want It To Be
15 Apr, 2021
Having been around since 2000, the Mahindra Bolero has made a name for itself as a robust SUV. Its basic utilitarian outlook meant there wasn’t enough there to go wrong... read more

Mahindra Thar Road Test Review: Has The Monster Been Tamed?
Mahindra Thar Road Test Review: Has The Monster Been Tamed?
19 Mar, 2021
The Thar's utility and rugged off-road ability is legendary. But apart from a small group of people who have the financial ability to indulge, or the genuine need of a rugged... read more
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Mahindra Cars FAQs

Which is the cheapest Mahindra car in India?

The cheapest Mahindra car in India is KUV100 NXT, which is priced at Rs. 6.15 Lakh.

What are the SUV cars manufactured by Mahindra?

Which are the best Mahindra cars under 20 lakh?

The popular cars offered by Mahindra in this segment are Mahindra Thar, Mahindra XUV700 and Mahindra Scorpio

What is the price range of Mahindra cars?

Mahindra cars in India comes in the price range of Rs. 6.15 Lakh to Rs. 31.84 Lakh.

Is the diesel model available in Mahindra cars?

Yes, Mahindra does offer diesel models. You can check Mahindra diesel car models in India.

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