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Mahindra XUV 500 vs. Toyota Fortuner Video Comparison by CarToq.com

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 http://www.CarToq.com


 


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Mahindra XUV500 vs Renault Duster: Video Comparison by CarToq.com
If you are looking for a full fledged SUV with a good set of features on offer and can spare the money, then the Mahindra XUV500 is the vehicle for you. However, if you want a compact vehicle the Renault Duster is better suited as an urban SUV, and a good alternative to a sedan. For more, visit http://www.CarToq.com





Mahindra XUV 500 W8 Video Review and Road Test by CarToq.com
The Mahindra XUV500 is a great feature-laden cross-over that's absolute value for money. It has good on-road manners, drives well, and is quite comfortable for everyday city use as well as long, cross-country road trips. For more, visit http://www.CarToq.com





Toyota Fortuner off-roading video review, CarToq.com road test of 2012 Toyota Fortuner SUV India
This video review of the Toyota Fortuner is brought to you by http://www.CarToq.com Visit us for the latest news, videos, and to ask questions to the CarToq community of car owners and experts. The new Toyota Fortuner is in most ways better than the 2011 variant in all aspects but one - the design from the front. It is a little too tame, we feel. Keep that aside, and the Fortuner 4x4 for 2012 is clearly a more sophisticated, cooler car in almost all respects. here we take the new Toyota Fortuner over some really rough terrain testing out its off road capabilities. we also drive it on tarmac - of course! - to see if it is suitable for those who go off road very rarely. http://www.CarToq.com





Ford Endeavour 4x4 AT vs Tata Aria 4x4 Pride Comparison, Ford Endeavour advice for Indian car buyers
http://www.CarToq.com brings you a video comparison of the Ford Endeavour 4x4 AT with the Tata Aria Pride 4x4. The Ford Endeavour is an SUV, while the Tata Aria is an MPV. So does it make sense to compare the two? Well, it does. The Indian car buyer does not always differentiate between the two, and the primary objective of the SUV buyer is to car around 7 people - something he shares with the Indian MPV buyer. But he also wants the macho image that an SUV offers. The Tata Aria offers itself to these buyers with the proposition that it is cheaper, it is also 4x4, has deent ground clearance, and has more features and creature comforts than the Ford Endeavour. The combination of factors, Tata hopes, will tilt the scales in its favour. We find that there is some substance to the claims of Tata Aria in this video comparison. Sure, if you want extreme SUV and offroading capabilities, you will need the Endeavour, and for image. But if most of your driving is on roads and you would take the vehicle off road only occasionally, you should take a close look at the Tata Aria. Visit http://www.CarToq.com to ask questions about any car in India to Indian car owners and experts!





Fortuner vs Pajero vs Endeavour vs XTrail - 20 lakh SUV
Fortuner vs Pajero vs Endeavour vs XTrail - 20 lakh SUV I dont own any rights of this footage all Rights reserved by Overdrive Magazine and CNBC TV18





Mahindra XUV500 - Explore the Features
Check out this exclusive video to explore the features of the XUV500 - Mahindra's Global SUV.





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2012 Renault Duster Vs Mahindra XUV500 | Comparison Test | Autocar India





Autobahn - Mahindra XUV 500
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Mahindra XUV 500 : Best video | Steeroids.in |
Best video to showcase its Birth and its Features. Mahindra XUV 500 a game changer for mahindra.





mahindra xuv500 complete video
check out another video of XUV500 interiors and music system and 3rd row spacing http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p1DadZfTK6E





Toyota Fortuner vs Ford Endeavour
Bloomberg UTV Auto Car Show Comparison of Toyota Fortuner and Ford Endeavour Subscribe here for more videos: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=theslimkld





SRM VOLVO MULTI AXLE B9R CHASING XUV 500 AND XYLO ABOVE 120 KM/HR
LOCATION - NH45 CAMERA USED - SONY DSC H55 ( 2010 MODEL ) I HAVE UPLOADED A SMALL CLIP OF SRM VOLVO MULTI AXLE B9R CHASING MAHINDRA  XUV 500 AND MAHINDRA  XYLO ABOVE 120 KM/HR and WE OVERTOOK THOSE TWO CARS @ 126 KM/HR .THIS BUS COVERS A DISTANCE OF 450 KM'S IN 5hrs 30mins , WITH AVERAGE MOVING SPEED OF 84 KM/HR ( INCLUDING HALTS ) . THIS BUS IS MATED WITH 12 SPEED MANUAL/AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION . THIS BUS CAN CLOCK MAXIMUM SPEED OF 135 KM/HR . THE AVERAGE FUEL EFFICIENCY FOR THIS BUS IS 2.50 KM/LITER .  NOTE - I HAVE TAKEN THIS VIDEO ON 2.0 x ZOOM .





AutoCar: Comparison between M&M XUV 500 Vs Tata Aria
Kartikeya Singhee compares M&M XUV 500 and Tata Aria.





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 www.Gaadi.com 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 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CNKusJ1mXxY





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