Mahindra XUV 500 vs. Toyota Fortuner Video Comparison by

Given that the Mahindra XUV500 offers a lot more than the Toyota Fortuner in terms of features -- that too, at a significantly reduced price -- there's simply no argument that the XUV is better value for money. But in terms of build quality and long-term reliability, you can't go wrong with a Fortuner. For more, visit

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Toyota INNOVA CRYSTA Automatic vs XUV 500 Automatic | Comparison
Toyota has just revamped its best seller and India's favourite people mover, the Innova. In its new avatar, christened the Innova Crysta, not only does it look better, but the Innova also gets the option of a larger engine that's a lot more powerful than before, a host of features and equipment and also the option of a proper six-speed automatic gearbox. Point being the fact that Toyota wants the new Innova Crysta to appeal to D-segment sedan buyers, which is why it now gets a 2.8-litre engine producing 174PS apart from the 2.4-litre motor. Not to mention, top drawer features like cruise control, navigation, a touchscreen navigation system as also a better ride and lot more space than before. At that price point, its only Mahindra's XUV500 that comes across as a worthy option, with its 2.2-litre engine mated to a six-speed automatic transmission, a proper SUV-like design and lots of features. With its kind of offerings, the Innova Crysta is thus a great option to buy as a family car. But the XUV500's appeal as a family SUV, and one that comes with AWD on demand is something that's alluring for a lot of buyers. So can the Toyota Innova Crysta 2.8 AT better the Mahindra XUV500 AT? For more on the Toyota Innova Crysta click link below: For more on the Mahindra XUV500, click link below: Facebook: Twitter: G+:

Mahindra XUV500 top speed
Please note - video taken on the Mumbai - Pune expressway at a time when there was hardly any traffic. We, Bunny Punia (driving) and Bobby Roy (shooting) did take the Mahindra XUV500 to near its top speed but also made sure we did it on a relatively empty stretch. For more on the vehicle, visit UPDATE - Video shared by Anand Mahindra (Vice Chairman and MD of the company) on his Twitter account! UPDATE 2: See Mahindra Quanto top speed video here -

Fortuner, Thar, Storme 400, Endeavour: Trying a vertical climb. 05Feb17
Toyota Fortuner 4wd with Ironman bumper and Suspension, Mahindra Thar CRDe with MLD, Tata Safari Storme 400 varicor 4x4, Ford Endeavour 3.0 LT Automatic with Custom bumper: Trying a vertical climb offroad. 05Feb17

Toyota Fortuner vs Ford Endeavour | ZigWheels
For variant-wise pricing, specifications and more details go to Ford Endeavour 3.2 4x4 AT vs Toyota Fortuner 2.8 4x4 AT The Ford Endeavour and Toyota Fortuner have been two of the most important SUVs in the country for the longest time now. While the Endeavour was hugely successful, it was the Fortuner that ruled the full-size premium SUV space for the longest time. With the new Endeavour, Ford has plugged all the gaps to ensure its new generation SUV impresses buyers with varying needs. It now comes equipped with a bigger, more powerful 3.2-litre engine, gets terrain management system to ensure it can tackle the roughest of terrains. Of course, it is more engaging to drive, apart from offering great comfort to its occupants. On the other hand, Toyota has just launched the new generation Fortuner, which is a quantum leap over its predecessor in every sense. It looks stunning, gets a more powerful engine under the hood along with a better, six-speed automatic transmission as an option. The new Fortuner also packs in a lot more technology, equipment and features than the version it replaces while offering a sportier feel inside out and better off-roading abilities. So the question is can the new Fortuner rule the segment like its predecessor? The best way to find out is to pitch it against the all-new, highly impressive Ford Endeavour. For more details: ortuner-comparison-review/27089/