It gets black bumpers and steel wheels. Targeted mainly at taxi operators.
While Mahindra is busy tackling the MPV market with the Xylo, it has just launched a new variant, so as to cater to the needs of a wider audience. Called Xylo D2 Maxx, this cut price version comes sans alloy wheels and body coloured panels (bumpers, door handles and rear view mirrors).
What you get instead is the capacity to seat a total of nine people (8+1), a 2.5-litre mDI CRDe engine and the ability to munch miles without upsetting the passengers during long journeys. This should click well with the commercial vehicle operators, for whom it's always beneficial to squeeze in as many passengers as possible.
At Rs 7.12 lakh ex-showroom, Mumbai (BS-III variant) it promises to bring in a good amount of customers to Mahindra dealerships. It's available in a BSIV variant too.
To know more about Mahindra vehilces on sale at present, check out our New Car Listing.