The Xylo (pronounced as Zy-lo) is powered by a m-Eagle engine which is designed at NEF CRDe platform like mHawk in Scorpio. The Xylo is designed and developed with great care. It’s soft and suave details get blended with its masculine lines and curves which give it a unique look. This vehicle is designed to fill the gap between styling of SUV and the convenience of a MPV.
This Mahindra vehicle is available in several variants; E4, E6, E8, E8 ABS and D2 (BS III). Except D2, all the other variants are equipped with a 2.5-litre engine. It is a 4-cylinder, turbocharged diesel m-Eagle CRDe engine. It generates the maximum power of 112 BHP at 3800 RPM. It delivers the maximum torque of 260 Nm at 1800 to 3000 RPM. The D2 is powered by the 2.5L mDI CRDe engine. It generates the maximum power of 95 BHP at 3600 RPM and a torque of 220 Nm at 1400-2600 rpm. The m-Eagle engine of this vehicle is a unique kind of engine ensuring the enhanced fuel efficiency and great power output. Continue reading “Mahindra Xylo – Stylish and Powerful”
Bentley is one of the most famous names in the automotive industry. The name is essentially synonymous to the best in British car engineering, with its high level of sophistication, technology, manufacturing, and luxury, seen in all of its cars. Today, it is the brand of choice for many celebrities, businessmen, and affluent people, opting for famous models like the Continental T and the Azure that have placed very good numbers of Bentley sales. These 2 models, however, owe their lineage to a car named the Bentley Mulsanne, an iconic model that paved the way for many of Bentley’s famous modern models today.
The Mulsanne, named after the “Mulsanne Straight” of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, was created with the intent of epitomizing the essence of what it is to be a Bentley car: high performance, topnotch luxury, advanced engineering. This was achieved by using some of the most expensive materials, machinery, and technology of its day, a truly top-of-the-line vehicle produced between 1980 and 1992.
Originally, the Mulsanne was equipped with a 6.75L Rolls-Royce V8 engine which had cylinder heads made out of aluminum alloy, with a 3-speed automatic transmission system. A Bosch fuel injection system replaced the original SU carburettors on cars made after 1986, and continued on until the end of production. Continue reading “The Bentley Mulsanne”