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Old 6th October 2018, 22:44   #46
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Anand Mahindra becomes a proud owner of a TUV300 plus.
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https://twitter.com/anandmahindra/st...898065921?s=20

Anand Mahindra becomes a proud owner of a TUV300 plus.
Thanks for sharing. This TUV300 plus in special steel-grey metallic paint looks really gorgeous. However without the roof rails at the top, this elder sibling of TUV3OO loses it character
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I met a layman who admired my TUV 300 in the outskirts of Chennai once. He lives in a small village further outside of Chennai and he told me with pride that he's buying a TUV 300 Plus. He and I were taking a break at a highway restaurant, and he was back from booking it somewhere at a Mahindra showroom in Chennai. He was the typical earthy type of rural person you can meet outside of cities; and you should have seen the pride in his eyes and the admiration he had for my sub-4m TUV 300.

Rural India is a different ballgame in many matters and this is one of them. He must have been a potential Bolero buyer who got an option to up his game with the TUV 300 Plus. What's so bad about that?

PS: If the higher versions of the Plus had been launched back in February 2018, I would have bought one. I just love the boxy beast and the bigger, the better! However there was just a bare-basic P4 version available for booking back then...
That is really unfortunate locusjag, that M&M launched the Plus with only the bare bones version. I would certainly have looked forward to your ownership experience. I feel that quite a few prospective buyers changed their mind at the time for the same reason.
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A TUV 300 Plus WITHOUT the section seats.

WITHOUT the drop in middle row seat legroom. In fact with the middle Row section increased in size in Anand Mahindra custom metallic grey paint job would have appealed to me.

They should add the higher powered engine as a variant even in TUV 300 (Not plus) top variant.

Many want just a 5 seater vehicle but a large robust one at that with more power and the last row seats are just not required.
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Many want just a 5 seater vehicle but a large robust one at that with more power and the last row seats are just not required.
With a 4X4 tranny and a MLD, that would make it almost complete.
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With a 4X4 tranny and a MLD, that would make it almost complete.
Isnt this exactly what the Scorpio 4x4 offers?
Just remove the jump seats but yes the bench seat leg room doesn't seem as good as the TUV 300
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Isnt this exactly what the Scorpio 4x4 offers?
Scorpio's price. And a more nimble SUV is better.
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