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The pricing factor of this vehicle is of the main concern. The actual cost should be not more than 4.5 lakhs to 5.2 lakhs, but the pricing is much higher than that for the performance of this vehicle, Xylo. If there is readjustment of the price, which i have made above then it is a profitable ride.

By Sundararajan RS on 13-11-2009

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Comment #1:
u have buy this vehicle or throwing comments in air im using this vehicle its good ...i thing u have to go for china products
By: jateen s. bela on 27-02-2010
 
 
Comment #2:
Not really at all. Even the same MUV in china is costing just not more than 3.5 to 4 lakhs and that this product of Mahindra is costing much more than that. All I wanted to say is that there should be a cut-throat pricing of the product with respect to the rising fuel costs. Currently I am using Shell diesel for my Mahindra Bolero and Shell petrol for my Hyundai Santro and that the mileage is much more than any ordinary petrol/diesel. As such with the rising fuel costs, where will be the level of the pricing of this vehicle. We have to think about it. I am concerned about it. Simply the companies cannot be raising the prices of the products with the level of fuel hikes. Have an understanding of that. Regards
By: R. S. Sundararajan on 28-06-2010
 
 
Comment #3:
Even chinese vehicles are very much good and more fuel efficient than all these products
By: SUNDARARAJAN RS on 30-06-2010
 
 
Comment #4:
Mr. SUNDARARAJAN, I am using this vehicle and this is the best in its class, except the plastic used in the inside of the vehicle, again I too feel that u have to go to china as jateen mentioned. Please review the product before commenting on it, Half way bridges should not be not entertained as they lead nowhere.
By: Chandan on 06-07-2010
 
 
Comment #5:
have u owned a suv or muv for 3.5 or 4.5 or 5.5 lac. r u a real owner of xylo or a real user of any indian car....
By: dpu on 23-11-2010
 
 
Comment #6:
Mr. Chandran, I have used this vehicle for my personal purpose as well as official. This vehicle as for me is not that much fuel efficient in the long run. I have used this vehicle for the last 1 year and the mileage which, this vehicle gives me is not more than 10 to 12 kmpl and this is for your information.

There were a lot of other issues, which were in this vehicle such as the speed escalation, while on drive which is very slow and the AC cooling system, which tends to blot with no cooling.

The tyre pressure seems to run out while on a trip, in which I do go for my native place, near Trichy. One cannot be re-fueling and re-pumping each and every time on a drive.

Conditions may be seeming better in the other parts of India, and that may seem to suit the areas where it suits certainly. Sundararajan RS
By: SUNDARARAJAN RS on 24-11-2010
 
 
Comment #7:
Mr. Chandan, as such I have been to China, where an SUV costs just not more than 3 lakhs to 5 lakhs with all the comforts to a king size. But in India, I see products that look like a BIKINI and cost as if they have climbed Mt.Everest.

Such an outlook will be a failure and that has happened in the case of Mahindra Xylo. Just take a look at the newspaper you can see at least 10 to 20 vehicles of Xylo which come for resale into the market, and when asked about "why resale", the reply is mileage is not effective (major answer) and the next is there are no airbags and the ac is not working efficiently.
By: SUNDARARAJAN RS on 25-11-2010
 
 
Comment #8:
Mr. Chandan, as such I have been to China, where an SUV costs just not more than 3 lakhs to 5 lakhs with all the comforts to a king size. But in India, I see products that look like a BIKINI and cost as if they have climbed Mt.Everest.

Such an outlook will be a failure and that has happened in the case of Mahindra Xylo. Just take a look at the newspaper you can see at least 10 to 20 vehicles of Xylo which come for resale into the market, and when asked about "why resale", the reply is mileage is not effective (major answer) and the next is there are no airbags and the ac is not working efficiently.
By: SUNDARARAJAN RS on 25-11-2010
 
 
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