Mahindra Xylo H4 BS-IV
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Mahindra Xylo H4 BS-IV Description
Mahindra Xylo H4 BS IV is positioned with the mid-level trims in the Xylo squad. The essential difference between entry level variants and H4 BS IV trim is the presence of 2.2 litre, CRDi BS IV complaint diesel engine in the latter which is capable of generating considerably higher power output. The engine also promises increased performance as against the 2.5 litre variants. Also the variants placed above the D4 trim are offered only in BS IV versions unlike the entry level trims which are also offered in BS III complaint engines. If we compare both the variants- D4 and HR, everything other than the above mentioned differences is similar except for an additional black out pillars , hence these differences bring up the price difference between both the trims. The H4 BS IV variant is priced at Rs 8.95 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) which is around Rs 47,000 costlier than the D4 BS IV trim.
Mahindra Xylo H4 BS-IV ExteriorFront fascia is fitted with suave head lamps, black grille, body coloured bumper, while chrome embellishment is missing in the front and rear along with front/rear fog lamps. Besides these, side body graphics and rear decals are also not available on the variant, but it gets wheel arch cladding, rear wash & wipe, sporty roof rails, body coloured tail-gate appliqué, footstep with integrated front mud flaps, air-dam with fog lamp insert and wheel cover instead of the silver painted rim. Rear too flaunts body coloured bumper unlike the D2 trim. And unpainted outside rear view mirrors and handles are incorporated on either side.
Mahindra Xylo H4 BS-IV InteriorOther than this additional black out pillars, H4 BS IV is identically equipped as the D4 BS IV trim. Seats are draped with fabric upholstery with PVC inserts, the premium black and beige dual tone colour scheme looks endearing. Inside the cabin standard fitments like black centre bezel, digital/analog clock, integrated roof console fro spectacle holder, on console mobile charging points, 1+1 courtesy lamp, sunvisor for driver and passenger have been inset. Among the comfort and convenience features, air conditioner with heating and ventilation function, surround cool dual ACs, bets-in-class individual AC vents, power tilt steering, power windows, central locking, illumination key ring, half floor console and electric remote fuel opener have been incorporated.
Mahindra Xylo H4 BS-IV Engine & TransmissionPower comes from a 2.2 litre, mHawk, BS IV complaint diesel engine pumping out pinnacle power output of 120 PS at 4000 RPM and zenith torque of 280 Nm between 2400 to 2800 RPM. A conventional five-speed manual gearbox is paired with the diesel engine.
Mahindra Xylo H4 BS-IV MileageThe 2.2 litre, mHawk enables to yield decent fuel economy, ARAI certified fuel economy for the H4 BS IV trim is 14.04 kms in a litre.
Mahindra Xylo H4 BS-IV Braking and SafetyDisc brakes in front and drum brakes in the rear constitute the braking system in H4. Vital safety equipment like anti-lock-braking system, electronic brakeforce distribution, dual driver and co-passenger airbags and intellipark reverse assist are missing. Engine immobilizer is available in the variant which acts as an anti-theft device for the engine.
Mahindra Xylo H4 BS-IV Performance and HandlingMahindra’s prudent 2.2 litre, mHawk engine vouches a proficient performance , the engine is relatively much more efficient than the 2.5 litre motor. The variant accelerates to 100 kmph from standstill in 12.95 seconds and achieves top speed of 161 kmph Handling on the other hand is not convincing.
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