Real-world fuel efficiency figures of my Mahindra XUV700 MX petrol

The acceleration is better than on my Tata Harrier diesel, which was purchased around the same time as this.

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We got home XUV700 MX Petrol in the first week of April. I love the bang for the buck spent on this car. Here’s a micro review below:

Let’s talk about the mileage first:

I keep track of petrol and odometer readings for all my vehicles on a google spreadsheet, so the reading is quite accurate. I use the tank full to tank full method and have consistently got exactly the same mileage figure for the five tank fulls that I have done to date. Summary below:

  • Tank full 1: start 75km
  • Tank full 2: 575km, 46.14-litres, 10.84km/l
  • Tank full 3: 1050km, 44.47-litres, 10.68km/l
  • Tank full 4: 1575km, 47.84-litres, 10.97km/l
  • Tank full 5: 2101km, 50.22-litres, 10.47km/l

Overall: 10.74 km/l (Total distance/petrol-litres)

My daily commute of 110 km is 33% on expressways at a constant 100 km/h, 40% on low traffic roads with speeds of 40 – 80 km/h, and balance 33% on narrow roads with intermittent traffic and speed ranging from 0- 40 km/h

The gear lever occasionally gives hard vibrations while shifting as others have mentioned.

The acceleration is very sweet, especially compared to the automatic (Diesel) Tata Harrier that I had bought along with this car.

The whole package is quite good but the things that I miss most are apple car play & navigation. I would be instaling alloy wheels in a week or so. Already installed rearview camera, sidestep, rearguard, and scuff plate logo light from the showroom.

The rear camera shows grainy video on the screen which is a limitation of either camera or display resolution. Also, the reverse navigation lines do not move with the steering turn and keep straight. Other accessories are good. I highly recommend buying the car cover from Mahindra as it has a perfect fitting. I also got 7D mats from elsewhere.

Currently, I am getting TPU & paint protection film done on the car. I got that done on my Harrier last month and feel that is a good investment for preserving the paint.

That’s all for now, hopefully, I will find time to write a detailed review in the near future.

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