car news desk, Mahindra has given a 39.4kwh battery pack in the XUV400. Regarding this, the company claims that it (XUV400) can give a range of 456 kilometers on a single charge. It is based on the Mahindra XUV300. Broadly speaking, you can consider it as the electric version of the XUV300. However, it is longer than the XUV300. It is 4.2 meters long while the XUV300 measures less than 4 meters in length. It competes in the market with Tata Nexon EV Max. But, is the XUV400 right? Let us tell you about its 3 shortcomings.
1- Old Design
As we mentioned it is based on the XUV300. In such a situation, its design is almost similar to the XUV300, which you have seen before. However, some Electric specific design elements are a given. To give it an electric look, copper finish elements have been given at various places. The front is also different from the XUV300 but looks quite similar to the rest of the XUV300.
2- Lack of facilities
The XUV400 cannot be said to be very feature loaded. Type C charging port is also not available in it, while Type C charging ports are now available in many cars. It also misses out on ventilated seats, while its rival Tata Nexon EV Max gets ventilated seats (front). Wireless charging is also missing from the XUV400.
3- Rear AC vents
The price of XUV400 starts from Rs 15.99 lakh. At least rear AC vents can be expected in a car of this price whereas rear AC vents are not available in the car.
what is good
It is not that the car has only flaws, there are also advantages. Its motor is very powerful, battery pack is big, length is 4.2 meters so the car gets more space. It gets the best boot space in the segment.