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Old 1st August 2022, 20:53   #7951
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Re: Mahindra XUV500 : Test Drive & Review

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Pretty good deal, chose the Amaron 90AH in place of 80AH OEM .
Can you share model number of this 90 ah battery that will fit xuv 5OO. amaron go 85 ah battery gone bad in 1 year for me and it happened two times.
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Old 2nd August 2022, 17:26   #7952
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Can you share model number of this 90 ah battery that will fit xuv 5OO. amaron go 85 ah battery gone bad in 1 year for me and it happened two times.
This is what I ordered. Link also given below.

Battery Brand: Amaron, Battery Model: AAM-GO-00135D31R

https://www.batterywale.com/batteryw...aka/Bangalore/
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Hi, Any idea what would be the cost of suspension bush replacement at Mahindra Service centers or outside workshops. Got rough idea of parts cost, mainly looking at labor charges.
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Hi, I need to do an airport run soon to pick up some relatives, anyone know how many big trolley bags which you typically use for international trips Xuv500 boot can take with third row folded down?
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Hi, I need to do an airport run soon to pick up some relatives, anyone know how many big trolley bags which you typically use for international trips Xuv500 boot can take with third row folded down?
Should take four in standing position, I could fit that much in my outlander boot, having owned the XUV5OO until last month I think it would fit four with third row folded, with some space left.

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[quote=V8toV12_;5418681]Hi, I need to do an airport run soon to pick up some relatives,

6 check-in bags with the 3rd row folded. 4 placed (lengthwise) parallel to the car and 2 horizontal on top of the four bags.
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Re: Mahindra XUV500 : Test Drive & Review

Hi guys, I have a 2013 XUV5OO W8.. now with almost 100k on the odo.

I have recently moved to Bangalore and looking for some good non-Mahindra authorised and independent workshops / service centers. Need to get service and repairs done.

Would be great, if any of you folks can share some suggestions and experiences. I live in the Indiranagar/ Koramangala area.

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Hi Guys, I get a yellow Engine warning notification but not always. One day it displays the notification and the other day it doesn't. It all started after I parked my car for couple of hours in an open parking area. I am wondering whether it's because of rat biting any wire. I called the service guys and they said nothing to worry as long as I am able to drive.

It would be nice if any of you could share your experience on the same. Thanks.
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mainly looking at labor charges.
I suppose the work would already be completed by now. I am not able to recollect the cost as such, but I guess its since it was low enough to forget.
It was done part of some regular service for me and that never stood out as a big amount that I will remember it.

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I have recently moved to Bangalore and looking for some good non-Mahindra authorized and independent workshops / service centers.
Many of us XUV owners in Bangalore has been trying to find similar elusive FNG's without much success. Currently, though out of warranty, most of us still go to Chrome motors .

Its bit far from the location mentioned by you and is an MASS. However, currently the best bet.



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Hi Guys, I get a yellow Engine warning notification but not always. .
Is it the 'check engine' light, with the engine icon coming that is coming up or is it light with 'ENGINE' written on coming up? Both can be due to different issues.

In either case, running without analyzing what is the issue is not a write approach. You will have to visit service center and check the log for the same.
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Is it the 'check engine' light, with the engine icon coming that is coming up or is it light with 'ENGINE' written on coming up? Both can be due to different issues.
Thanks for your response buddy.

It's just the yellow light with the ENGINE written on it. Just 1500 kms short for the service so I thought I will get it checked during the service if this is not really a big issue as it pops up from time to time and no real difference while driving the vehicle.
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