Mahindra S 201

₹9.00 - 9.99 Lakh(Expected Price)
Expected Launch :
September 2018
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Expected Launch : June 2019 Expected Price : 9.99 Lakh. Mahindra S 201 is yet to launch in India. The details given here is provisional.



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Trending car news Maruti Suzuki is planning to replace lead batteries with lithium ion batteries in its premium cars. The premium models from the Maruti line up falling above Swiftwill get Lithium ion batteries from Gujarat by financial year 2021.

The batteries will be sourcedfrom Suzuki’s upcoming battery plant in Gujarat. Maruti is expecting a two-fold effect from this decision. Using lithium ion battery is cost effective when compared with lead batteries. Also the plant in Gujarat will be able to achieve better revenue on sales by doing this.

Suzuki is also planning to use these batteries in Suzuki’s electric two wheelers that will be introduced in India soon.The company seems to have plans to launch an electric two wheeler in India by 2020.

Almost all electric vehicle brands in India are using imported batteries in their vehicles. Maruti will be the first brand using lithium ion batteries in premium models.

When it comes to cost, lead batteries cost around Rs.10000-12000,while lithium ion batteries cost between Rs.16000-17000. But when the lifecycle of lead battery is just one year, lithium ion runs for five years. The prices of lead batteries are increasing every day and are expected to be somewhat equal to the price of lithium ion by 2021. As Maruti is planning to use its own product, the cost benefit will be high.

The Union Government also discourages the usage of lead batteries due to environmental reasons.

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Trending car news The design edition of Q3 is available only in the 35TDI variant and positions itself comfortably between Premium Plus and Technology trims. Hence all features available on the Premium Plus variant is seen on this edition including 18-inch alloy wheels, Audi’s MMI infotainment system and power adjustable front row seats and so on. Other features that enhance the Design edition of Q3 are rear crystal clear tail lamp, Quattro entry lights, key cover matching car body color, Nappa leather upholstery and a coat hanger.

Like the 35TDI models, the Q3 design edition is powered by a 2L four cylinder, turbo diesel engine which generates 184bhp and 380Nm of peak torque. Power is sent to all the four wheels through a seven speed automatic transmission. The company claims a fuel efficiency of 15.17kmpl on this model.

Positioned between the Premium Plus and Technology trims as the Q3, the design edition of Q7 however comes in two variants- 40TFSI and 45TDI. The 40TFSI variant is powered by a 2L Quattro engine that generates 252bhp and 370Nm of torque while the 45TDI variant derives power from a 3L Quattro engine which produces 249bhp and 600Nm of torque. Both engines are mated to an eight speed automatic gearbox.

Design edition of Q7 receives all features on the Premium Plus trim that includes Matrix LED headlamps, 19-inch alloy wheels, panoramic sunroof, Audi’s MMI Infotainment and so on. Added features of Design edition Q7 are an Audi branded cool bag, a rear seat entertainment, Audi logo on the D-Pillar and a dark tinted tail lamps etc.

Launch of Design editions are expected to improve the sales figures of respective SUVs. Q3 takes the likes of Mercedes GLA, BMW X1 and Volvo XC40 while Q7 competes with Mercedes GLS, BMW X5 and Volvo’s XC90.

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