Mahindra NuvoSport accessory options with prices
Mahindra launched the NuvoSport at Rs 7.35 lakh (ex-Thane). The NuvoSport has been positioned as a replacement to the Quanto and will be sold alongside the Mahindra TUV300 and KUV100. One of the reasons for the Quanto to have not worked was its oddball design. The NuvoSport gets a newer and more aggressive face though and it adds more appeal. Like in the case with the TUV300 and KUV100, Mahindra also offers a long list of bolt-on accessories that can be kitted to the SUV.
Chrome package: Rs 5,000 Rs 6,000
Aftermarket chrome kits are available for most cars sold in India these days. However, Mahindra is offering their own kits on the NuvoSport. The radiator grille, bonnet scoop and the fog lamps are treated in chrome while the bumper gets chrome accents. The ORVMs, window line and the door handles gets a chrome job and so do the tail lights, spare wheel cover, rear license plate garnish and the bumper.
Wheel cover options: Rs 2,000 Rs 3,000
The Mahindra NuvoSport rides on 215/65 R16 tyres on all variants. Except for the N8 and the N8 AMT which gets alloy wheels, the other four variants get wheel caps. One can choose between a wheel covver design that's similar to the N8 trim as well as a multi-spoke wheel covers that mimic an alloy wheel design or a fully covered wheel cap featuring a simple design.
If chrome is not your style, there is the adventure package which offers a rear spoiler, integrated door visors, aluminum roof rack and illuminated foot well.
Seat covers: Rs 7,000
The Mahindra NuvoSport gets three types of faux leather seat covers to choose from which can be fitted over the existing seats. The Bold option gets a light grey cover while the Premium gets a completely contrasting dark shade. The Sporty style gets an ebony coloured cover with red detailing.
Add-on features: Rs 8,000 Rs 9,000 (per unit)
There is an impressive list of add-on features which can be kitted to the Mahindra NuvoSport which include head-up display, centrally placed cooler, car invertor, mobile holder, rear parking camera, parking sensor, headrest/roof mounted DVD player, Hella adventure fog lamps, tyre pressure monitoring system and a car bin. Additionally, there is also an option of customised floor mats and LED illuminated scuff plate.
All these accessories can be purchased from any official Mahindra dealership in India and are covered under warranty. You can get similar after market options but we recommend not getting them as they are not reliable and might void the official warranty.
We have already driven the Mahindra NuvoSport and you can read our detailed first drive review here.
Starts Rs 7.77 Lakhs
Starts Rs 7.76 Lakhs
Team OD | 19 Feb 2018
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