The Mahindra KUV1OO has body coloured bumpers, rear skid plate and rear spoiler standard across its variant range. The higher variants also get Daytime Running Lamps or DRLs, chrome inserts on the front grille and body coloured door handles. The top end version also gets 15-inch alloy wheels and mood lighting in inner door handles.
The higher K4+, K6+ and K8 variants of the Mahindra KUV1OO NXT come with power windows for all doors, remote central locking, electrically adjustable ORVMs (Outside Rear View Mirrors), follow me home headlamps, rear wiper with washer and more. All variants of the Mahindra KUV1OO have door ajar warning lamp, bottle holders in each door, cable operated tail gate and fuel lid lever. The higher variants also have a 3.5 inch infotainment system with Bluetooth connectivity and playback and steering mounted audio controls which is compatible with Mahindra’s Bluesense app for added convenience. The top end K8 variant of the KUV100 NXT comes with Intelli park rear parking sensors and a boot light as well.
Powering the BS6 KUV 100 NXT is a 1.2-litre mFalcon G80 petrol engine. The BS6 motor produces identical power and torque outputs of 81.8hp and 115Nm as the BS4. The manufacturer has discontinued the 1.2 litre mFalcon D75 diesel engine.
The Mahindra KUV1OO NXT’s petrol engine come with a 5 speed manual transmission. The gear lever is mounted on the centre console instead of the floorboard to accommodate for a third passenger in the first row. That said, the KUV1OO does not have an automatic gearbox on either of the two engine options available.
Mahindra KUV1OO NXT gets ABS with EBD, dual-front airbags, and child safety locks at rear doors as standard across all variants. The K6+ and K8 variants get added safety features such as speed-sensing automatic door locks, anti-theft security alarm, and automatic hazard warning lamps that activate in the unfortunate event of a crash.
The Mahindra KUV100 NXT comes with a 35-litre fuel tank. The company hasn’t declared the mileage of BS6 KUV100 NXT