The much fanfare keenly-awaited XUV 300 was launched by Mahindra & Mahindra Company towards the Indian market. The SUV comes in both diesel and petrol fuel transmission with three variants: W8, W6, and W4. The W8 top-ranging variant also offers an optional pack. This SUV length was within 4 meters which were cleverly kept by Mahindra and results with belligerent price ranges within Rs 7.90 Lakhs and up to a maximum of Rs 11.99 Lakhs (the ex-showroom prices).
Hyundai Creta is the new launch and smart looking SUV with a 1.4-liter diesel engine. It has a good standard fit and finished with a dual tone cabin. The base-spec of Creta has a few basic features like power windows, ABS, rear air-con vents, and dual airbags for entire variants. However, there are still many other lists of sub-compacts SUVs like Ford Ecosport, Tata Nexon, and Maruti Vitara Brezza are a threat about the Mahindra launched XUV 300 and up to some extent for Hyundai Creta model.
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There is no need to have any guess; Mahindra XUV 300 is no way longer than the Hyundai Creta. However, when compared to the vehicle width, the blue-eyed led Hyundai Creta is a little bit lesser than Mahindra XUV 300. XUV 300 the sub-meter SUV has 4100 wider than the Hyundai Creta. But, Creta is less high with 40mm when compared to the XUV 300.
The form of wheelbase is the real surprise, Mahindra’s compact SUV is much shorter in length of 275mm when Hyundai Creta owns with some flamboyance. Mahindra’s design and engineering teams should be appreciated for their stunning job to deliver this Creta model. The Hyundai Creta has the bigger size fuel tank capacity which can contain 55-liters while Mahindra XUV300 can only able to fill complete fuel tank for 42-liters.
Features and Cabin Comparison:
Mahindra XUV 300 has loaded with full features and high on comfort through the interior and features. It has a few lists of segment-first features including steering weight can be easily altered depending upon the steering modes, only for diesel version. It contains the four end disc brakes, seven airbags, front parking sensor, and mild hybrid technology.
Even the well-spaced interior of Mahindra XUV 300 will justify its importance and usage. While comparing the above-mentioned features, those are not available with the Hyundai Creta model. However, the top-end model Ford EscoSport provides the HID headlights along with the infotainment system with first-in-class segment of a large touchscreen.
Mahindra compact SUV XUV 300 comes with both variants of diesel and petrol and offers best segments with torque figures. The petrol engine with 1.2-liter turbo 3-cylinder offers 200 Nm of torque and 108 bhp of power. In the same way, Hyundai Creta with 1.6-liter petrol engine produces 151 Nm of torque and 121 bhp of power. The 1.5-liter diesel engine offered from Mahindra compact XUV 300 provides 300 Nm of torque and 117 bhp of power.
Hyundai Creat has diesel engines with two variations: both 1.6 & 1.4-liter with the combination of 4-cylinder diesel engines produces torque 260 Nm & power 126 bhp (1.6-liter) and torque of 220 Nm and power of 89 bhp (1.4-liter) respectively.
When it comes to the transmission, the compact SUV Mahindra XUV 300 manual transmission with six-speed for both petrol and diesel variants. Hyundai Creta offers both 6-speed automatic and manual transmission for 1.6-liter diesel and petrol versions. However, the manual transmission with six-speed is offered by 1.4-liter diesel engine.