Mahindra XUV400 electric
At long last, the much-anticipated new Mahindra XUV400 electric SUV has been made available to the public at a price point of Rs 15.99 lac. The first 5,000 units purchased will be eligible for the discounted introductory rates. Beginning on January 26, consumers will be able to place reservations for the brand-new XUV400 electric SUV, but delivery won’t start until March 2023.
Mahindra XUV 400 Price
|XUV400 Variants||Prices (ex-showroom)|
|EC (3.3kW)||15.99 lac|
|EC (7.2kW)||16.49 lac|
|EL (7.2kW)||18.99 lac|
The brand-new XUV400 is offered in two different configurations: the EC and the EL. The EC comes standard with two different chargers: one with 3.3 kW and the other with 7.2 kW. The EC model with a 3.3kW charger may be purchased for Rs. 15.99 lacs, while the EC model with a 7.2kW charger can be purchased for Rs. 16.49 lacs. The EL model, which is the most expensive option, costs Rs. 18.99 lacs.
XUV 400 EV vs Nexon EV – Prices
The XUV400 is positioned to compete with the Tata Nexon EV, which is also offered two different battery pack choices (30.2 kWh and 40.5 kWh) and has a certified range of either 312 km or 437 km, depending on which option you choose. The Nexon EV Prime, which has a more compact battery, can be purchased for a price range of between Rs. 14.99 lacs and 17.50 lacs, whilst the Tata Nexon EV price range of between Rs. 18.34 lacs and 19.84 lacs.
The base model of the XUV400 with a lesser battery can be purchased for Rs 15.99 lac, while the one with a larger battery can be purchased for Rs 18.99 lac. The prices for both models are very comparable; however, the XUV400 is much longer and has more significant proportions than the Nexon EV.
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XUV400 Electric Specifications
The brand-new Mahindra XUV400 can be had with either a 34.5 kWh or a 39.4 kWh battery pack. The former comes standard with the EC model, while the latter comes standard with the EL model. The batteries provide power to the electric motor that is situated in front of the axle. This motor has 310 Nm of torque and a maximum output of 150 bhp. The acceleration from zero to 100 km per hour is said to take just 8.3 seconds, and it may reach a maximum speed of 150 km per hour.
There are three different driving modes available on the electric Mahindra XUV400: Fast, Fun, and Fearless. These modes allow the driver to make adjustments to the reaction of the steering and the throttle, as well as the amount of regenerative braking. On a single charge, the 34.5 kWh battery pack provides a driving range of 375 kilometres, while the 39.4 kWh battery provides a driving range of 456 km.
In less than fifty minutes, the battery may be charged all the way up to 80 per cent using a fast charger with a capacity of 50 kilowatt hours. A 3.3 kW or 7.2 kW AC charger can completely charge the battery in 13 hours or 6 hours and 30 minutes, respectively, depending on the size of the charger.
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The new Mahindra XUV400 features measurements of 4200 mm in length, 1821 mm in width, 2600 mm in height, and 2600 mm in wheelbase. There is a maximum cargo capacity of 418 litres available in the SUV’s trunk compartment, which is currently 378 litres.