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Top Speed with the TUV300 with variant

Mahindra TUV 300 Long Term Ownership Reviews
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Karanzone
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Top Speed with the TUV300 with variant

Postby Karanzone » 29 Jul 2016, 02:04

Although the car is happiest in the 80-100 kmph range, I have managed to reach 140+ on Delhi Jaipur Highway. 120 is relatively easy after that you really need to drop your foot to the ground.

I drive the T8 mHawk100 AMT Variant.


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SUV: Mahindra TUV300 mHawk100 AMT

Sharadkt
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Re: Top Speed with the TUV300 with variant

Postby Sharadkt » 29 Jul 2016, 10:39

Karanzone wrote:Although the car is happiest in the 80-100 kmph range, I have managed to reach 140+ on Delhi Jaipur Highway. 120 is relatively easy after that you really need to drop your foot to the ground.

I drive the T8 mHawk100 AMT Variant.


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ha ha that's the power of additional horses. mHawk 80 gets to 100 easily and post that you need to stand on the A pedal to get to 120 at which engine cries for mercy...

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Re: Top Speed with the TUV300 with variant

Postby Karanzone » 29 Jul 2016, 12:59

I wonder whether that extra headroom is for when you have to stand on the A pedal.
These figures dont even come close to the international speed limits, no wonder TUV isn't going international. Though i think it really had the potential to turn the fortunes for Mahindra if it had a 4 cylinder job done well.
I am still hopeful that they would do something with the engine & AMT software and make up for lost ground rather than experimenting with new products.


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Karan Chhabra
Hatchback: Honda Brio Petrol manual
Sedan: Hyundai Elantra (Fluidic) Diesel Auto
SUV: Mahindra TUV300 mHawk100 AMT

Sharadkt
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Re: Top Speed with the TUV300 with variant

Postby Sharadkt » 29 Jul 2016, 14:46

Karanzone wrote:I wonder whether that extra headroom is for when you have to stand on the A pedal.
These figures dont even come close to the international speed limits, no wonder TUV isn't going international. Though i think it really had the potential to turn the fortunes for Mahindra if it had a 4 cylinder job done well.
I am still hopeful that they would do something with the engine & AMT software and make up for lost ground rather than experimenting with new products.


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Mahindra has been exporting Quonto with mHawk 2.2 so it can very well export TUV with a 4 cylinder engine.


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