Mahindra tells us the correct way to refer to its XUV 300 is the “three-double-oh” and not “three hundred”.

A fitting moniker perhaps, as one does tend to do a double take when first confronted with this latest newcomer to the ever-growing SUV ranks. The newly-launched compact crossover is a solid effort from an Indian firm that has until now forged its reputation on budget-oriented vehicles that were more about affordability than finesse...

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