The season of recalls seems far from over. Various manufacturers around the world are plagued by recalls due to faulty airbags provided by Takata Corp, and the latest alert comes from an Indian manufacturer, Mahindra.
Even though Renault’s Duster was breathing down the Scorpio’s neck, the Mahindra was still the largest-selling SUV in its segment in India. Still, not one to sit on its laurels, the company just launched the most comprehensively updated generation of its mighty SUV, which, barring the engines, boasts of almost everything new. Heck, even the wheels are new!
Whenever we see the Xylo, it puzzles us if it is the same company which has designed the XUV500! The MPV (or MUV as Mahindra calls it as) has been a dud seller for the company and in a bid to bring it to headlines again, they have given the MPV a makeover, which appears to be a minor niptuck job.
The XUV 500 was a landmark product for Mahindra and Mahindra. It didn’t just keep the cash registers clicking but also signaled the coming of age for Mahindra as a global car manufacturer.
Let’s face it! Xylo looks ugly! And this is possibly one of its major let downs. Mahindra is reportedly working on an all-new Multi-Purpose Vehicle (MPV) to take on the likes of the upcoming Datsun Go+ as well as the comparatively premium