Mahindra Scorpio

` 7.9 - 13.5 Lac*
*Ex-showroom Price New Delhi
4.0 / 5based on 19 reviews
  • Economy
    Mileage
    15.4 kmpl
    Service cost
    13,392 /yr
  • Performance
    Engine
    2179 cc
    BHP
    120
  • Comfort
    Automatic
    No
    Rear AC Vents
    Yes
  • Safety
    ABS
    Yes
    Driver Airbag
    Yes
  • EMI
    Duration
    36 months
    EMI
    `

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Scorpio Color Options

  • Regal Blue

  • Mist Silver

  • Molten Red

  • Fiery Black

  • Diamond White

Scorpio Specifications

Variants Transmission Engine Description Mileage Power AC Power Steering Central Locking
City Highway
Getaway
(Diesel)
Manual 2609cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
9.4 13.5 115bhp @ 3800rpm Standard Standard Standard
S2 7 Seater
(Diesel)
Manual 2523cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
11.5 15.4 75bhp @ 3200rpm Standard Standard Standard
S2 9 Seater
(Diesel)
Manual 2523cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
11.5 15.4 75bhp @ 3200rpm Standard Standard Standard
Getaway 4WD
(Diesel)
Manual 2609cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
8.1 10.22 115bhp @ 3800rpm Standard Standard Standard
S4 7 Seater
(Diesel)
Manual 2179cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
11.5 15.4 120bhp @ 4000rpm Standard Standard Standard
S4 9 Seater
(Diesel)
Manual 2179cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
11.5 15.4 120bhp @ 4000rpm Standard Standard Standard
S4 Plus
(Diesel)
Manual 2179cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
11.5 15.4 120bhp @ 4000rpm Standard Standard Standard
S6 7 Seater
(Diesel)
Manual 2179cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
11.5 15.4 120bhp @ 4000rpm Standard Standard Standard
S6 8 Seater
(Diesel)
Manual 2179cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
11.5 15.4 120bhp @ 4000rpm Standard Standard Standard
S6 Plus 7 Seater
(Diesel)
Manual 2179cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
11.5 15.4 120bhp @ 4000rpm Standard Standard Standard
S6 Plus 8 Seater
(Diesel)
Manual 2179cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
11.5 15.4 120bhp @ 4000rpm Standard Standard Standard
S4 Plus 4WD
(Diesel)
Manual 2179cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
11.5 15.4 120bhp @ 4000rpm Standard Standard Standard
S8 7C Seater
(Diesel)
Manual 2179cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
11.5 15.4 120bhp @ 4000rpm Standard Standard Standard
S8 7 Seater
(Diesel)
Manual 2179cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
11.5 15.4 120bhp @ 4000rpm Standard Standard Standard
S8 8 Seater
(Diesel)
Manual 2179cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
11.5 15.4 120bhp @ 4000rpm Standard Standard Standard
S10 7 Seater
(Diesel)
Manual 2179cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
11.5 15.4 120bhp @ 4000rpm Standard Standard Standard
S10 8 Seater
(Diesel)
Manual 2179cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
11.5 15.4 120bhp @ 4000rpm Standard Standard Standard
S10 4WD
(Diesel)
Manual 2179cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
11.5 15.4 120bhp @ 4000rpm Standard Standard Standard

Mahindra Scorpio Review

Highlights

May 11, 2015: Mahindra & Mahindra has announced that Scorpio has crossed 50,000 units milestone in a financial year for the 4th consecutive time. And indeed it was the highest ever annual sales number, M&M says they have retailed 51,553 units in FY15. While in the launch month of the new Scorpio, it also recorded highest ever monthly sales since its inception, having sold 6,060 units!

Overview

After months of testing, India's largest SUV maker Mahindra and Mahindra has finally rolled out the facelifted version of its most successful SUV, Scorpio in the market. The car maker has revamped both its exteriors and interiors by incorporating it with some new features. This refurbished version is powered by the same 2.2-litre mHawk diesel engine, but is mated with an all new 5-speed 320MT manual transmission gearbox. However, there is no update given to its automatic version, as it continues to have a six speed automatic transmission gearbox. This latest version comes with a next-generation lightweight ladder chassis based on hydroforming method, which contributes towards better handling and drive quality. As a result of this and an improved gearbox, this SUV delivers better mileage than its predecessor. To start with its exteriors, its gets a brand new hawk-wing shaped headlight cluster that is powered by halogen based projector headlamps and turn indicator. Furthermore, its radiator grille and the front bumper have been revised, which gives it a sophisticated new look. Apart from these, this latest SUV gets a new set of alloy wheels and LED tail lamps featuring new lighting pattern. As far as its interiors are concerned, major revamp has been given to the dashboard and its center fascia featuring new equipments and rectangular air vents. It also has a refreshing instrument cluster with contemporary dials along with digital information screen. This facelifted version is bestowed with a set of new features like a touchscreen infotainment system with display for rear view camera and navigation system. In addition to these, its top end variants are now incorporated with an automatic climate control system that further adds to its competitiveness. This latest version also gets improved safety aspects in the form of dual front air bags, ABS with EBD and a state-of-art engine immobilizer with encrypted key recognition system. This 2014 version will now face the likes of Renault Duster, Nissan Terrano and Tata Safari Storme in the lucrative SUV segment. On the other hand, it is made available with a standard warranty of 2-years or 50,000 kilometers, which can be extended for three years or 75,000 kilometers at a nominal cost.

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Exterior
Exteriors

This facelifted version is designed a new ladder chassis, but its overall structure has been retained. Its front facade gets a fresh new look owing to its revised radiator grille. It has a signature design with horizontally positioned bars that are done up with a lot of chrome. Its headlight cluster gets wider, sleeker and is incorporated with powerful halogen based projector lamps. The front bumper too has been re-treated as it is designed with a bigger air dam and air ducts, which gives it an aggressive look. Its stylish bonnet received a slight tweak but it retains the air vent, which contributes towards engine cooling. Its side profile looks completely different from its previous version as it has plain design with modified fenders. The car maker has equipped its top end variants with a set of stylish alloy wheels while providing steel wheels to its entry level trims. Furthermore, its external wing mirrors have been tweaked, which gives it a contemporary rook. These ORVMs, including the door handles and the pillars are treated in body color, while the roof rails are in black. Its taillight cluster has an all new design and is equipped with LED brake lights, courtesy lamp and turn indicators. Apart from these, its remaining cosmetics have been retained from its outgoing model. Its rear bumper has an integrated step, which provides an easy access to the rear. It also has a pair of reflectors that provides additional safety. On the other hand, its tailgate gets a plain design, which is accompanied by a wide windscreen along with a wiper and washer.

Exterior Measurements:

Its total length measures at 4430mm and the width at 1817mm (excluding the ORVMs). It has an overall height of 1975mm and a generous ground clearance of 180mm. On the other hand, it is built with a wheelbase of 2680mm, which is quite large.

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Front Angle Low View
Front Low Wide
Rear Cross Side View
Rear Angle View
Full Rear View
Full Front View
Passengers Side View Door Open
Grille View
HeadLight
Wheel
TailLight
Front Fog Lamp
Branding
Branding Name
Front Cross Side View
Interiors

Editor's take : Scorpio is a decade old design, and it shows up. The space on the inside is decent, though most of its competition have more space. Mahindra had facelifted the Scorpio and added bells and whistles, which makes the car loaded. However, it is the instrument panel design that has aged

 

This facelifted version has a refined internal cabin featuring several new equipments and improved features. Its cockpit is fitted with a brand new dashboard that is done up with a dual tone color scheme. Furthermore, its center fascia is slightly pronounced, which is equipped with rectangular air vents, infotainment system and several control switches. In addition to this, this SUV is blessed with an all new instrument cluster featuring contemporary dials and a digital information screen. It has functions including fuel levels, vehicle speed, gearshift indicator, tachometer and tripmeter. Apart from this, its power window buttons are now positioned on doors, which adds to the convenience. All its seats have been covered with premium fire retardant fabric upholstery. This vehicle is available with seven, eight and nine seater option for the buyers to choose from. Its seven seater trim has captain seats in second row, while the eight seater version has a foldable bench seat. On the other hand, its nine seater version has bench seat in second row and side facing seats in third row. This SUV has a huge 460 litre boot compartment, which can be extended further by removing or folding the third row seat.

Interior Comfort:

All the variants in this model series have been equipped with important comfort features, which offers a fatigue free driving experience. Its entry level variants like EX and LX are equipped with aspects like tilt adjustable power steering system, central locking, power windows and storage spaces on central console. They are also equipped with a heating ventilation and AC unit including rear air vents that provides a pleasant ambiance inside. In addition to these, they have features like internally adjustable ORVMs, accessory power sockets in first and second row, remote fuel lid opener, headlamp leveling switch and side step. On the other hand, its mid range SLE trim has aspects like theater dimming interior lights, follow-me-home headlamps, illuminated key ring, rear defogger and rear wiper including washer. Apart from these, it also has sliding function for second row seat, electrically adjustable outside mirrors voice assist system, individual armrests for first row and center armrest in second row. While the top end variant has sophisticated features like micro hybrid technology, Intellipark parking assistance, tyre-tornics along with light and rain sensors. Furthermore, it has features like intelligent front wipers, illuminated footboards, steering mounted audio controls and a cruise control system.

Interior Measurements:

There is an ample space available inside the cabin that can host seating for a minimum of seven to a maximum of nine passengers. The head and shoulder space is very good owing to its height and width. At the same time, it also has ample leg space as it is built with a large wheelbase of 2680mm. On the other hand, this SUV has a huge 460-litre boot storage capacity, which can be increased further by folding the third row seat.

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3rd Row Seat
Front AC Controls
Central Console
Gear Shifter
TachoMeter
Gear
Acceleration & Pick-Up

Editor's take : The acceleration of the Scorpio is good and it does feel powerful enough for its size.

 

The 2014 version gets slightly perkier in terms of acceleration and pickup owing to its lightweight chassis. Its entry level EX trim has the ability to reach a top speed of approximately 150 Kmph while breaking the 100 Kmph barrier in 18 to 19 seconds. Its Getaway variant can zoom towards a 100 Kmph speed mark from a standstill in the range of 16 to 17 seconds and can go up to 160 Kmph, which is good. Its remaining variants powered by an mHawk engine can breach a 100 Kmph speed mark in just 14 to 15 seconds. At the same time, they can achieve a maximum speed of approximately 165 to 170 Kmph.

Engine and Performance

Editor's take : The 2.2-litre mHawk is a stonker of a performer. The drivability is good and even the delivery of power is linear. The only thing we do not like is the rubbery shifts on the gearbox.

 

The facelifted version is available with three different diesel engine options. Its Getaway trims are equipped with a 2.6-litre CRDe engine that has a displacement capacity of 2609cc. It can produce a maximum power of 115bhp at 3800rpm in combination with a commanding torque output of 277.5Nm between 1700 to 2200rpm. While the entry level EX trim is fitted with a 2.5-litre m2DiCR engine that is based on SOHC valve configuration. It can pump out a maximum power of 75bhp at 3200rpm that results in a commanding torque output of 200Nm between just 1400 to 2200rpm. Both these engines are mated with a five speed manual gearbox that delivers torque output to the front wheels. However, the Getaway trim is also available with 4x4 drive type option, which enhances off-road driving experience. On the other hand, its mid range and top end variants have been equipped with a 2.2-litre mHawk diesel engine that is based on DOHC valve configuration. It has 4-cylinders and 16-valves that receive fuel through common rail injection system. It can belt out a power of 120bhp at 4000rpm while generating a maximum torque output of 290Nm between 1800 to 2800rpm. This engine is now coupled with an indigenously developed five speed manual transmission gearbox that improves shifting of gears. At the same time car maker is also offering an automatic version with 6-speed transmission gearbox.

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TachoMeter
Mileage

Editor's take : The fuel economy of the Scorpio mHawk is decent, however some competitors have more efficient engines in real world driving.

 

This facelifted version is available with the three diesel engine options like its outgoing models. The mid range LX trim and its above variants are powered by an advanced mHawk diesel engine that is mated with an all new 5-speed manual gearbox. It can now deliver a maximum mileage in the range of 13 to 15 kmpl, which is good. While its automatic version can deliver a minimum of 9 kmpl on highways, which goes up to a maximum of 12 Kmpl on highways. Its entry level trim EX is powered by a m2DiCR diesel engine that is based on SOHC valve configuration. It can deliver a maximum mileage of 14 Kmpl (as certified by ARAI), which is good. On the other hand, its getaway trim is equipped with a CRDe power plant that can give away a peak mileage of approximately 12 Kmpl, which is rather decent.

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Power of Mahindra Scorpio

Editor's take : The mHawk on the Scorpio despite being only 120bhp is good performer and can outperform competition with more power ratings.

 

Its entry level EX trim is equipped with a 4-cylindered, single overhead camshaft valve configuration based engine. This mill can churn out a maximum power of 75bhp and yields a commanding torque output of 200Nm. Its getaway trim sports a bigger CRDe engine that can unleash a peak power of 115bhp that results in a hammering torque output of 277.5Nm, which is rather impressive. On the other hand, its mid and top end variants are equipped with an advanced DOHC based engine that can churn out 120bhp of superior power and generates 290Nm of peak torque, which is remarkable.

Accessories
Stereo & Accessories

Editor's take : The Scorpio comes with in-built music system with USB and aux connectivity, alloy wheels as standard on the range topping model.

 

The car maker is offering its mid and top end variants with an advanced 2-DIN music system that has a CD player with MP3 decoder and a Radio tuner. It also has support for USB devices and SD card slot, which further adds to the convenience. In addition to these, the car maker is now offering its top end trim with AUX-In socket along with Bluetooth connectivity for audio streaming and call function. Furthermore, there is an infotainment screen provided in the center fascia that provides touch controls for audio and supports navigation system. However, these aspects are missing in the entry level variants but there is a provision for incorporating them.

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Braking & Handling

Editor's take : The ride of the Scorpio is composed and smooth and it does feel unsettled even on bumpy roads. The handling of the Scorpio isn’t impressive. The body roll and the soft suspension doesn’t inspire much of confidence

 

Its front wheels are fitted with conventional discs and the rear ones are paired with solid drum brakes. This braking mechanism is further augmented by the anti lock braking system that collaborates with electronic brake force distribution and brake assist function. The car maker has equipped its front axle with an independent strut system that is loaded with coil spring and anti roll bar. However, the front axle of 4WD version gets an independent strut system along with torsion bar. At the same time, its rear axle is fitted with a multi link system that is loaded with coil spring. On the other hand, this vehicle is integrated with a power assisted steering system that supports a surprisingly less turning radius of just 5.6 meters, which is good.

Safety & Security

Editor's take : The safety features on the Scorpio include dual airbags and ABS.

 

This facelifted version is built with an all new ladder chassis using hydroforming method, which makes it stiffer yet lightweight. It also includes impact protection beams and crumple zones that can take on impact caused in case of a collision. This model series is blessed with several other safety aspects like anti lock braking system, fire retardant upholstery, collapsible steering column, and tubeless radial tyres. Furthermore, it also has features like dual front airbags, rear parking sensors, powerful headlamps, dual horn and protective cladding.

Wheels
Wheels

The entry level variants have been blessed with a set of 16 inch steel wheels including full wheel caps while the top end VLX trim is being offered with a set of stylish alloy wheels. These rims are covered with terrain capable tubeless radial tyres of size 235/70 R16, which offers excellent grip on roads.

Pros

1. Initial cost of ownership is reasonable.

2. Refreshed exterior and interior design.

3. Capable of dealing with terrains and rugged roads.

4. Performance of the mHawk diesel engine is impressive.

5. Improved comfort features make it competitive.

Cons

1. Fuel efficiency can be made better.

2. Slightly difficult to maneuver in heavy city traffic.

3. More safety features can be added.

4. Alloy wheels can be offered as standard for all trims.

5. Low ground clearance is a disadvantage.

Mahindra Scorpio Price
Variants New Delhi Bangalore Mumbai Chennai Pune Hyderabad Kolkata
Getaway
(Diesel)
7,91,453 8,29,486 7,60,130 8,38,696 7,55,380 7,99,302 8,10,825   Get On Road Price  
S2 7 Seater
(Diesel)
8,69,325 8,61,260 8,69,692 8,73,699 8,20,754 8,68,475 8,78,712   Get On Road Price  
S2 9 Seater
(Diesel)
8,70,693 8,61,260 8,69,692 8,73,699 8,22,413 8,70,114 8,80,449   Get On Road Price  
Getaway 4WD
(Diesel)
8,85,398 9,28,731 8,52,232 9,37,942 8,47,481 8,94,921 9,07,398   Get On Road Price  
S4 7 Seater
(Diesel)
9,29,664 9,27,442 9,36,739 9,39,884 8,84,553 9,34,689 9,45,578   Get On Road Price  
S4 9 Seater
(Diesel)
9,31,111 9,27,442 9,36,739 9,39,884 8,86,185 9,36,299 9,47,285   Get On Road Price  
S4 Plus
(Diesel)
9,72,321 9,69,384 9,79,211 9,81,825 9,26,583 9,78,240 9,89,644   Get On Road Price  
S6 7 Seater
(Diesel)
10,48,442 10,48,179 10,63,234 10,50,153 10,04,808 10,48,001 10,71,537   Get On Road Price  
S6 8 Seater
(Diesel)
10,49,986 10,49,948 10,63,234 10,50,153 10,06,508 10,49,756 10,73,315   Get On Road Price  
S6 Plus 7 Seater
(Diesel)
10,79,779 10,81,843 10,95,534 10,82,046 10,35,355 10,79,713 11,03,566   Get On Road Price  
S6 Plus 8 Seater
(Diesel)
10,81,321 10,81,843 10,95,534 10,82,046 10,37,231 10,81,651 11,05,530   Get On Road Price  
S4 Plus 4WD
(Diesel)
10,85,333 10,86,348 10,97,691 10,98,788 10,39,285 10,95,205 11,07,775   Get On Road Price  
S8 7C Seater
(Diesel)
11,68,113 11,66,449 11,19,151 11,76,505 11,14,302 11,72,920 11,86,078   Get On Road Price  
S8 7 Seater
(Diesel)
11,68,113 11,66,449 11,79,056 11,78,890 11,14,302 11,72,920 11,86,078   Get On Road Price  
S8 8 Seater
(Diesel)
11,70,293 11,66,449 11,79,056 11,78,890 11,16,680 11,75,305 11,88,568   Get On Road Price  
S10 7 Seater
(Diesel)
12,32,660 12,32,143 12,45,582 12,44,585 11,77,583 12,38,613 12,52,429   Get On Road Price  
S10 8 Seater
(Diesel)
12,34,839 12,32,143 12,45,582 12,44,585 11,79,960 12,40,999 12,54,920   Get On Road Price  
S10 4WD
(Diesel)
13,47,538 13,47,966 13,62,791 13,60,407 12,91,448 13,56,820 13,71,900   Get On Road Price  
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