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FEED BACK Sought on TUV 300 T4+ as an aspiring buyer

Mahindra TUV 300 Long Term Ownership Reviews
jaydip502
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Location: KOLKATA
TUV 300 Varient: T4+
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FEED BACK Sought on TUV 300 T4+ as an aspiring buyer

Postby jaydip502 » 21 Dec 2017, 23:25

Hi everybody.I am Jaydip from Kolkata.Joined the group this evening only. Planning to buy a TUV300 T4 + but I have some concerns on issues which only the users can explain best.
I am primarily a city commuter and hardly an off-roading guy. At the most, once in a month drives down the highways for a pleasure trip and my average run per day is 60 km.
For such a use, I understand a sedan or a hatchback is most suited. You must be wondering, why I am going for this.
Simply for the look and the road presence.
Now tell me guys , 1) Will 80 HP engine make any difference considering my usage ?
2) Is there any issue with the clutch ? (like fast burning )
3) How is the ride comfort on normal Indian city road at a speed of 50-60 km/hr considering only one passenger on back
seat .
4) Any other major complaint

lifeunlimited
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Re: FEED BACK Sought on TUV 300 T4+ as an aspiring buyer

Postby lifeunlimited » 11 Jan 2018, 20:11

100bhp available now with not much price difference. Go for it.
It has a heavy clutch. Specially, a deterrant during bumper to bumper traffic
It is a good value for money Suv if required more for highway.


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