The Mahindra XUV700 has 78,000 Orders Pending

The XUV700 is currently receiving around 10,000 bookings per month; the petrol variants have a shorter wait time.

Since the SUV’s launch, the Mahindra XUV700’s waiting lists have steadily increased, and the manufacturer has now announced that the XUV700 is still receiving around 10,000 bookings per month. Due to an increase in semiconductor chip supply, dealers have collected around 1.7 lakh units since launch, with a current order backlog of around 78,000 units. The XUV700 is selling around 3,800 units per month and is steadily increasing.

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  • XUV700 order backlog stands at around 78,000 units
  • MX petrol has least waiting period of three months
  • AX7 diesel has maximum waiting period of a year

At Dealers, Mahindra XUV700 Variants and Delivery Timelines are Available

After conducting over 78,000 ‘open’ bookings and registering over 1,70,000 units of the XUV700 SUV, Mahindra executive director Rajesh Jejurikar has stated that despite an 18-24 month waiting period, cancellations of bookings range between 10-12 percent. We spoke with a few dealers to get a sense of the XUV700’s actual waiting times and delivery schedules.

The XUV700 AX5 petrol automatic, on the other hand, can be delivered in about six months. The AX5 diesel automatic variant is next in line, with a current wait time of around eight months in most locations.

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The petrol variant of the entry-level XUV700 MX currently has a three to four month wait time, while the diesel-powered version has a six-month wait time. The XUV700 MX diesel engine produces 155 horsepower from a 2.2-litre displacement, while the petrol engine produces 200 horsepower from a 2.0-litre turbocharged displacement.

The XUV700 AX7 petrol with manual transmission can be delivered in six months, while the AX5 diesel takes eight months. The 2.2-litre diesel engine in the XUV700 AX line-up produces 182 horsepower, while the 2.0-litre petrol engine produces 200 horsepower.

Finally, the top-spec XUV700 AX7 L, which is currently the most popular model, has an eight-month and ten-month wait time for the petrol and diesel automatic versions, respectively.

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In India, The Mahindra XUV700 has Competitors

The SUV is priced between Rs 13.18 lakh and Rs 24.58 lakh (ex-showroom, India), and it competes with 5-seater SUVs such as the Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, MG Hector, Skoda Kushaq, and VW Taigun. Three-row SUVs like the Tata Safari, MG Hector Plus, and Hyundai Alcazar are also competitors.

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