Jeep Meridian vs. Mahindra XUV700
Jeep announcing the arrival of the 7-seater Meridian, derived from Compass, justifies the comparison with the popular SUV of the segment, the Mahindra XUV700.
This article summarizes a specification and design comparison between the Jeep Meridian and the Mahindra XUV700. Jeep has announced that the Jeep Meridian will be launched around May and deliveries will begin in June this year. Meridian is the 7-seater version of the already existing Compass but there will be enough changes above and under the bonnet to distinguish itself from the latter. Mahindra XUV700, on the other hand, has already attracted a lot of interest from buyers due to its advanced features, premium cabin and powerful engines. Let’s compare these two unique SUVs.
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Meridian XUV700 vs Jeep Meridian – Design Comparison
The Meridian’s teaser video pretty vividly reveals the size and exterior design. The front features a chrome-covered slate grille, stylish LED headlights with LED daytime running lights flanking the grille, Jeep lettering on the hood, fog lamps, chrome strip on the bumper, chunky vents wheel squares on the sides, long overhangs at the rear, upright stance, sleek alloy wheels, blacked-out side pillars and Meridian script on the front door. Out back, slim LED taillights are joined by a chunky chrome bezel, and the bumper is sporty with a skid plate that steps away from the Compass. Overall, it will have enough modern elements to establish its own identity.
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The XUV700 is a handsome SUV with aggressive styling and a familiar silhouette of the old XUV500. The front features a massive LED headlight cluster with C-shaped LED DRLs and a large grille with vertical chrome slats, imposing a presence on the road due to the dimensions and layout of the car. an SUV. The rear section is even more attractive with a sculpted angular trunk lid and stylish LED taillights. The XUV700 is definitely the louder of the two in terms of looks, while the Meridian is the quieter.
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Meridian XUV700 vs Jeep Meridian – Interior and Features Comparison
Details of the Meridian’s features are yet to be revealed. But the layout of the cabin can be seen in the video. It will retain most of the functionality and design of Compass, but the dashboard features a brown material instead of the all-black Compass theme. Other elements of the music video include a digital instrument panel, driving modes, a large infotainment system, connected car tech features, dual-zone climate control, a premium sound system and more.
The XUV700 has a light interior color and materials that make it look like a premium SUV. This includes things like a panoramic sunroof, AdrenoX connected car technology system, smartphone, Bluetooth connectivity, wireless charging, a 10.25-inch dual-touchscreen infotainment system and a cluster. of instruments, an Alexa virtual assistant, a 360-degree camera, a Sony 3D surround sound system, auto-amplified headlights, air purifier, smart door handles and much more.
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Meridian vs XUV700 – Specs Comparison
The specific powertrains that will be offered with the Meridian will be announced closer to launch. However, it is very likely to retain the diesel engine offered in the Compass with some tweaks to suit the 7-seater configuration. There will be a 4×4 drive system with plenty of gear to tackle the adventurous off-road terrain that is the hallmark of Jeep products. The XUV700, on the other hand, comes with the options of turbocharged petrol and diesel engines (with multiple configurations) and all-wheel-drive options.
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|Mahindra XUV700||Jeep Meridian|
|Engine||2.0L Turbo Petrol;
|2.0 liter turbodiesel|
|Able||200 PS (P) / 155 PS (D) / 185 PS (D)||170 HP|
|Couple||380Nm / 360Nm / 420-450Nm||350Nm|
These specifications can be slightly modified to match the size of the meridian. Also, there could be a more powerful 1.3-litre turbo petrol mill that could be offered at a later stage. It is offered with the Jeep Commander in international markets.
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Comparison of expected prices
The Mahindra XUV700 is priced between Rs 13.18 lakh to Rs 24.58 lakh ex-showroom after the recent price hike. The Jeep Meridian could be somewhere around the Rs 30-35 lakh price range. We just need to wait a bit before actual pricing and other details are revealed to us. What do you think of this spec comparison between the XUV700 and Meridian?
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