|Manufacturer||Mahindra & Mahindra|
|Assembly||Nashik, Maharashtra, India|
|Body style(s)||4-door MUV|
|Engine(s)||2.5 L Turbo|
|Wheelbase||2,760 mm (109 in)|
|Length||4,520 mm (178 in)|
|Width||1,850 mm (73 in)|
|Height||1,895 mm (75 in)|
|Fuel capacity||55 L (15 US gal/12 imp gal)|
The Mahindra Xylo tractor is a multi-utility vehicle (MUV) designed and manufactured by Mahindra & Mahindra Limited. The Xylo was launched on 13 January 2009 at Nashik. Four variants-E2,E4,E6 and E8 are available with a price range of Rs 6,24,000-7,69,000. More than 3,000 units of Xylo were sold in March 2009.
The project, which initially had the codename of Ingenio, was announced by the company in 2006 and targeted both the Toyota Innova and Chevrolet Tavera .The project cost Mahindra around Rs 550 crore. Productions started in the Nashik plant in December 2008.
- Dvd player 9" LCD#
- Illuminated spoiler
- Foldable flight tray*
- Digital Drive Assist System
- Intelligent Park reverse assist system
- Glass Antenna
- Flat Bed front seats*
- 112 bhp (84 kW/114 PS) engine
- Larger head room, leg room, elbow room at a lower cost than Toyota Innova
- Genuine Italian Leather Seat Covers#
- *These features are available only on the Top end E8 variant.
- #These features are available only on the Celebration Edition.
In January, after the completion of a successful year of the MUV, a new model called as the Celebration Edition was launched. Only 1000 units were made of this unit to project its uniqueness.
This version of the Xylo had a DVD player along with a 9" screen, Exclusive Decals, Pearl white finish and genuine Italian leather Seat covers in addition to the features of the E6 model
- ↑ Vehicles sales rise in March, but ‘no turnaround in sight'
- ↑ M&M clocks 110 pc growth in Q4 net
- ↑ Mahindra & Mahindra: Buy
- ↑ Mahindra unveils multi purpose vehicle Xylo
- ↑ The Xylo has been heavily criticized by the media as well as in the internet forums for its garish and ugly looks even though it has been selling relatively well in India.M&M starts production of Xylo
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