What is the safety rating of XUV500?

What is the safety rating of XUV500?

four stars
The Mahindra XUV500 successfully passed the ANCAP crash test bagging four stars for safety, scoring 26 points of the total 37. It scored 10 out of 16 points in the frontal crash test and 16 out of 16 points in the side impact test.

Is XUV500 a success?

The Mahindra XUV500 has been a terrific success for Mahindra. The company received 5000 bookings in just 6 days after launch and has only opened bookings across five cities – Mumbai, Pune, Delhi, Bengaluru and Chennai.

Is XUV500 fail?

I bought the XUV 500 W8 automatic in Feb 2016. Within a month of buying, problems started. One fine morning the car didn’t start.

What are the safety features in Mahindra XUV500?

The top of the line W8 4WD variant of the Mahindra XUV500 comes loaded with safety features such as Anti-lock Braking System, Electronic Brake force Distribution, six airbags, multiple crumple zones, monocoque chassis and a collapsible steering.

What does the XUV500’s tail light cluster treatment look like?

The XUV500’s tail light cluster treatment is distinctive yet simple and very effective. Note the manner in which the leading edge of the reflector is also made into a style detail. The large tailgate flips upwards to reveal a large load area with the rear row of seats folded flat.

What is the wheelbase of Maruti Suzuki XUV500?

The XUV500 is built on a 2700mm wheelbase with track at both ends measuring a uniform 1600mm. What one has to contend and appreciate with all this is the fact that the car makes do with a very generous 200mm of ground clearance which given its near flat floor and multi-link suspension set-up at the rear is absolutely impressive.

Is the Mahindra XUV500 front wheel drive or all-wheel drive?

The base XUV500 comes with front-wheel drive only but there is an all-wheel drive version which with the torsen type central diff administers torque to the wheels with the most grip so as to make for safe and sure motoring.