Mahindra Scorpio

` 8.4 - 14.3 Lac*
*Ex-showroom Price New Delhi
4.0 / 5based on 20 reviews
  • Economy
    Mileage
    15.4 kmpl
    Service cost
    4,233 /yr
  • Performance
    Engine
    2179 cc
    BHP
    120
  • Comfort
    Automatic
    Yes
    Rear AC Vents
    Yes
  • Safety
    ABS
    Yes
    Driver Airbag
    Yes
  • EMI
    Duration
    60 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
S4 4WD
(Diesel)
Manual 2179cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
9.02 12.05 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 AT 2WD
(Diesel)
Automatic 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 7 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
S10 AT 4WD
(Diesel)
Automatic 2179cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
11.5 15.4 120bhp @ 4000rpm Standard Standard Standard

Mahindra Scorpio Review

Highlights

July 28, 2015: Mahindra has introduced the Automatic variant of the New Generation Scorpio. Available on the top end S10 2WD variant, this automatic version is attractively priced at Rs. 13.13 lac (Ex-showroom, New Delhi). This is the only SUV in the segment to offer 6-speed automatic transmission with 4WD as an option. Mahindra launched its New Generation Scorpio in September 2014 featuring a new platform with cushion suspension and Anti-Roll technologies and boasts aggressive exterior styling, luxurious blue-grey interiors and advanced technology features.

Overview

Mahindra and Mahindra, the renowned maker of sports utility vehicles in India has silently introduced the automatic versions of its premium SUV, Scorpio in the country. It has rolled out two automatic variants on the S10 platform one of which is a 2WD version and the other one runs on a 4WD drive mechanism. Apart from the gearbox, there are no other changes made to the vehicle. Last year, the company had launched the facelifted version of this SUV in India and now it has added a couple of AT trims to its line up. With this, there will be additional options to choose from. Currently, it is available with two diesel engine options to pick from. Its entry level S2 variant is equipped with a 2.5-litre M2DICR engine that has a displacement capacity of 2523cc. This four cylindered mill is capable of producing 75bhp of power along with and 200Nm of torque. While other variants are fitted with a 2.2-litre mHawk diesel engine that is integrated with a variable geometry turbocharger along with an intercooler. This engine is mated with an advanced 5-speed, 320MT manual transmission gearbox that enables it to deliver a flawless performance. Now, it is also available with a six speed automatic transmission gearbox. This latest version is blessed with a next-generation lightweight ladder chassis based on hydroforming method. It eventually 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 hawk wing shaped headlight cluster that is powered by halogen based projector headlamps and turn indicators. Furthermore, its attractive radiator grille and the front bumper gives the SUV a dynamic look. Its side profile is designed with neatly crafted wheel arches, which are fitted with a set of steel or alloy wheels, depending on the variants. Apart from these, this latest SUV gets LED tail lamps featuring new lighting pattern, stylish roof rails, body colored bumper, a large windscreen and so on. As far as its interiors are concerned, it has a modernistic dashboard and center fascia, which renders a classy look to the cabin. It houses several sophisticated equipments and rectangular air vents. This model series has 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. The seating arrangement is also quite comfortable and can accommodate seven or eight passengers with enough room. Coming to the safety, it is blessed with dual front air bags, ABS with EBD and a state-of-art engine immobilizer with encrypted key recognition system. This sports utility vehicle faces the likes of Renault Duster, Nissan Terrano, Force One SUV and Tata Safari Storme in the lucrative SUV segment.

Exterior

Exteriors

The company has designed this sports utility vehicle on a new ladder chassis, which gives it a completely new look and makes it capable for dealing with any terrain. The overall body structure is quite masculine and its frontage looks bold and aggressive. To start with the front facade, it is designed with a bold radiator grille, which has a signature design with horizontally positioned bars that are done up with a lot of chrome. It is embedded with a prominent company insignia in the center. This grille is flanked by a well designed headlight cluster, which is wider, sleeker and is incorporated with powerful halogen based projector lamps. Just below this, it is designed with a body colored bumper, which houses a bigger air dam along with air ducts for cooling the powerful engine. Coming to its side profile, it looks completely different from its previous version as it has plain design with modified fenders. The car maker has equipped the wheel arches of its top end variants with a set of stylish alloy wheels, while providing steel wheels to its entry level trims. These rims are further covered with high performance tubeless radial tyres, which provide a superior grip on any road conditions. Furthermore, its external wing mirrors and door handles have been painted in body color, which gives it a contemporary rook. While the pillars are treated in body color and roof rails are in black, which gives the side profile a decent look. Its rear end is designed with a lot of features. The taillight cluster is equipped with LED brake lights, courtesy lamp and turn indicators. 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). This vehicle is designed with an overall height of 1975mm, which includes roof rails and it has a generous ground clearance of 180mm, which is good enough for dealing with terrains. On the other hand, it is built with a large wheelbase of 2680mm, which is quite decent. At the same time, its Getaway variant is designed with an overall length, width and height of 5118mm, 1850mm and 1874mm respectively. Its wheelbase is pretty large and it measures about 3040mm.

Full Front View
Front-Left-Side More Sidewards
Left-Side
Back-Left-Side
Full Back View
Back-Right-Side
Right Side
Front-Right-Side Normal Elevation
HeadLight
TailLight
Wheel
Front Fog Lamp
Grille View
Logo on Front Grill
Logo and Brand Focus (Tail Gate)

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

The interiors of this model series are quite attractive and equipped with a lot of standard utility based aspects. The company has designed it with a dual tone color scheme, that gives the vehicle a decent look. It has a smooth dashboard, which is equipped with quite a few features including an advanced instrument cluster, a 4-spoke steering wheel, AC vents and a large glove box. 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. The seats are covered with premium fabric upholstery, which gives a plus feel while traveling. 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, tripmeter and a few other functions for keeping the driver updated. Apart from this, its power window buttons are positioned on doors, which adds to the convenience.

Interior Comfort:

All the variants in this Scorpio model series have been equipped with important comfort features, which offers a fatigue free driving experience. it is equipped with an electrically operated temperature control with dual HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioner) unit. It also has rear AC vents, which cools the cabin in no time. The top end variant is also equipped with cruise control function, which maintains a steady speed on the highways as set by the driver. The multi functional steering wheel is mounted with audio, cruise and call control buttons for convenience of its driver. 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, tyretronics along with light and rain sensors. It is incorporated with remote tail gate opener, mobile charging points, power steering with tilt adjustable function, follow me home headlamps, puddle lamps on front doors, cargo area light, illuminated ignition key slot and window winding switches. In addition to these, they have features like internally adjustable ORVMs, accessory power sockets in first and second row, headlamp leveling switch, side step, theater dimming interior lights, rear defogger and wiper including washer.

Interior Measurements:

There is ample space available inside the cabin that can host seating for five, seven and eight passengers, depending on the variants. 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 capacity, which can be increased further by folding the third row seat. The company has give it a large fuel tank, which can store about 60 litres of diesel in it.

Central Console
Navigation or Infotainment Mid Closeup
Driver\'s view of Speedo
Aerial View of Seats
Gear Shifter
Gear

Acceleration & Pick-Up

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

 

Its entry level trim incorporated with 2.5-litre engine has the ability to reach a top speed of approximately 150 Kmph, while breaking the 100 Kmph barrier in 18 to 19 seconds from a standstill. Its Getaway variant can zoom towards a 100 Kmph speed mark from a standstill in the range of 16 to 17 seconds. At the same time, it can go up to 160 Kmph, which is quite good for this segment. On the other hand, the variants with mHawk diesel motor can reach a top speed of around 160 to 170 Kmph. In the meantime, its manual variants can break the 100 Kmph mark in 14 seconds, while the automatic trims requires about 16 seconds to do so.

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 company is selling this sports utility vehicle in three diesel engine options for select from. Its Getaway trims are equipped with a 2.6-litre CRDe engine that has a displacement capacity of 2609cc. It comes with turbocharger and incorporated with direct injection fuel supply system. This power plant can produce a maximum power of 115bhp at 3800rpm in combination with a commanding torque output of 277.5Nm between 1700 to 2200rpm. The entry level S2 trim is fitted with a 2.5-litre m2DiCR engine that is based on a SOHC (single overhead camshaft) based valve configuration. It can pump out a maximum power of 75bhp at 3200rpm that results in a commanding torque output of 200Nm between 1400 to 2200rpm. Both these engines are mated with a five speed manual gearbox that delivers torque output to the front wheels. 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 comprises of 4-cylinders and 16-valves, which receive fuel through an advanced common rail fuel injection system. This 2179cc mill 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 available with an option to choose between 5 speed manual and a six speed automatic transmission gearbox. However, the automatic gearbox option is available on the top end S10 trim platform.

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 SUV series is available with three diesel engine options for the buyers to select from. The entry level variant is fitted with a 2.5-litre engine that has a direct injection system. It allows the SUV to generate a maximum mileage in the range of 13 to 15 Kmpl. While its other variants are fitted with a 2.2-litre mHawk engine that is integrated with a common rail based direct injection supply system. This motor with manual transmission can generate 15.4 Kmpl, which goes down to about 13.5 Kmpl with automatic transmission. On the other hand, the Getaway trims are fitted with a 2.6-litre CRDe engine that can produce a peak mileage of 12 Kmpl (as certified by ARAI).

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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 S2 trim is equipped with a 4-cylindered, single overhead camshaft valve configuration based 2.5-litre diesel engine. This mill can churn out a maximum power of 75bhp at 3200rpm and yields a commanding torque output of 200Nm between 1400 to 2200rpm. Its getaway trim sports a bigger CRDe engine that can unleash a peak power of 115bhp at 3800rpm that results in a hammering torque output of 277.5Nm at 1700-2200rpm, which is rather impressive. On the other hand, its mid and top end variants are equipped with an advanced DOHC based 2.2-litre mHawk diesel engine that can churn out a peak power of 120bhp at 4000rpm in combination with 280Nm of peak torque output in the range of 1800 to 2800rpm.

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 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. At the same time, the buyers can customize their trim with various accessories like stylish body decals, illuminated scuff plates, roof rails, a sporty rear spoiler, side stepper, leather seats, touchscreen display, navigation system, floor mats and many other such aspects.

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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 a set of 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. On the other hand, its front axle is assembled 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. 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.

 

For a stress free driving experience, the manufacturer has blessed this sports utility vehicle with a number of protective aspects that keeps the vehicle as well as passengers safe. It is bestowed with airbags for driver and front co-passengers that minimizes the impact of collision. It also has anti lock braking system along with electronic brake force distribution, which prevents it from skidding especially on slippery roads. Its rigid body structure comes with crumple zones and impact beams that ensures the safety of the occupants sitting inside the cabin. Its high intensity headlamps enhances the road safety by providing a clear view to the driver. It has an advanced engine immobilizer is quite useful, which helps in preventing unauthorized entry into the vehicle. Apart from these, it also has a high mounted stop lamp, a pair of front fog lamps, centrally located fuel tank, central locking system, tubeless radial tyres and many other such aspects for giving the occupants a safer driving experience.

Wheels

Wheels

The neatly crafted wheel arches of its entry level variant is fitted with a set of 16-inch steel wheels, which includes full wheel caps, while the top end trim is being offered with a set of same size stylish alloy wheels. These rims are covered with terrain capable tubeless radial tyres of size 235/70 R16, which offers excellent grip on roads. On the other hand, the car maker has provided a full size spare wheel, which is affixed in the boot compartment with all other tools required for changing a flat tyre.

Pros

1. Initial cost of ownership is quite reasonable.

2. Attractive exterior and interior design is a big plus point.

3. Capable of dealing with terrains and rugged roads because of a nice ground clearance.

4. Performance of the mHawk diesel engine is impressive.

5. Improved comfort features makes it competitive.

 

Cons

1. Fuel efficiency can be made better.

2. Slightly difficult to maneuver in heavy city traffic.

3. Many more safety features can be added.

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

5. Rear view camera and leather seats are missing even in top end variant.

 

Mahindra Scorpio Price

Variants New Delhi Bangalore Mumbai Chennai Pune Hyderabad Kolkata
Getaway
(Diesel)
8,40,525 8,40,551 8,07,626 8,49,816 8,02,999 8,48,375 8,60,092   Get On Road Price  
S2 7 Seater
(Diesel)
8,82,714 8,73,459 8,81,996 8,85,953 8,29,638 8,68,475 8,88,310   Get On Road Price  
S2 9 Seater
(Diesel)
8,82,714 8,73,459 8,81,996 8,85,953 8,34,124 8,82,261 8,92,861   Get On Road Price  
Getaway 4WD
(Diesel)
9,38,483 9,40,255 9,03,676 9,49,521 8,99,047 9,48,082 9,60,786   Get On Road Price  
S4 7 Seater
(Diesel)
9,43,412 9,39,926 9,49,340 9,52,425 8,93,412 9,34,689 9,55,145   Get On Road Price  
S4 9 Seater
(Diesel)
9,43,412 9,39,926 9,49,340 9,52,425 8,98,176 9,48,732 9,59,982   Get On Road Price  
S4 Plus
(Diesel)
9,84,846 9,82,097 9,92,049 9,94,594 9,33,812 9,90,901 10,02,570   Get On Road Price  
S4 4WD
(Diesel)
10,58,724 10,44,504 10,70,199 10,66,317 9,66,578 10,19,715 10,32,464   Get On Road Price  
S6 7 Seater
(Diesel)
10,62,904 10,48,179 10,76,484 10,89,749 10,13,733 10,48,001 10,81,176   Get On Road Price  
S6 8 Seater
(Diesel)
10,62,904 10,49,948 10,76,484 10,57,855 10,06,508 10,49,756 10,81,176   Get On Road Price  
S6 Plus 7 Seater
(Diesel)
10,94,353 10,95,071 11,08,903 10,92,635 10,41,857 10,79,713 11,13,389   Get On Road Price  
S6 Plus 8 Seater
(Diesel)
10,94,353 10,95,071 11,08,903 10,92,635 10,49,954 10,94,828 11,18,971   Get On Road Price  
S4 Plus 4WD
(Diesel)
10,98,421 10,99,633 11,11,119 9,94,594 10,07,813 11,08,440 11,21,274   Get On Road Price  
S8 7C Seater
(Diesel)
11,77,841 11,80,194 11,92,959 11,86,592 11,14,302 11,72,920 11,96,428   Get On Road Price  
S8 7 Seater
(Diesel)
11,83,831 11,80,194 11,92,959 11,92,690 11,23,907 11,72,920 11,96,428   Get On Road Price  
S8 8 Seater
(Diesel)
11,83,831 11,80,194 11,92,959 11,92,690 11,29,909 11,88,998 12,02,525   Get On Road Price  
S10 AT 2WD
(Diesel)
13,13,701 13,12,374 12,62,075 13,24,871 12,57,241 13,21,177 13,36,025   Get On Road Price  
S10 8 Seater
(Diesel)
12,48,714 12,46,231 13,26,822 12,58,728 11,79,960 12,40,999 12,62,779   Get On Road Price  
S10 7 Seater
(Diesel)
12,48,714 12,46,231 13,26,822 12,58,728 11,87,188 12,55,035 12,69,220   Get On Road Price  
S10 4WD
(Diesel)
13,61,976 13,62,627 13,77,640 13,75,122 12,98,675 13,71,427 13,86,773   Get On Road Price  
S10 AT 4WD
(Diesel)
14,32,976 14,34,889 14,50,818 14,47,384 13,75,184 14,43,688 14,59,757   Get On Road Price  

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  • Awesome and mind blowing experience
    By Rahul yadav| July 29, 2015 | 34 Views
    Look and Style - It's just superb & attracts everyone's attention (I have a black colour). Comfort  - I have SX4 as well. I feel both scopio and sx4 are somewhat similar in terms of comfort. Pickup - Its's just mind blowing & feary. Mileage - On an average it comes out with fuel economy of  12 kmpl in city. Best Features - The car UI and Cruise. Needs to improve - Interior is not that much classy, but still as we all know it&... Read Full Review
  • Mixed feelings on Test Drive S10 7 Seater
    By Sandhya Suri| October 27, 2014 | 10141 Views
    Look and Style: Looks wise I would give it a thumbs up but that s only when I compare it to the older versions of Scorpio. Comfort: Better comfort than before. The side hand rest does makes for more comfort driving for long distance especially. Pickup: Not bad at all. I liked the engine response. Mileage: Seems low to me. Not a plus here. Best Features: Very good braking. Fantastic AC in the front and rear is comfortable. Great road grip on high ... Read Full Review
  • I love my Scorpio
    By Dathan| February 04, 2014 | 7480 Views
    I own a Scorpo SLX 2004 model with 2.6L engine, still in perfect condition. Look and Style - Perfect for a gentleman's vehicle. Among other vehicles on the road Scorpio stands separate like a tusker.   Comfort Seating -  good lleg spaces, only problem with ac in the middle did not serve the purpose more over it gives some bad sideeffects of ac directly hiting by cold air to knees at passenger sits in the middle.   Pickup - perfect for the nee... Read Full Review
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News

  • New Generation Scorpio Automatic launched, priced at Rs. 13.13 lac
    Posted On | July 28, 2015 | 2211 Views
    To remain strong in the SUV segment, Mahindra has introduced the Automatic variant of the New Generation Scorpio. Available on the top end S10 2WD variant, this automatic version is attractively priced at Rs. 13.13 lac (Ex-showroom, New Delhi). This is the only SUV in the segment to offer 6-speed automatic transmission with 4WD as an option.  Read Full News
  • Mahindra Scorpio gets Automatic Variants; Prices Start at Rs. 13.13 lac
    Posted On | July 16, 2015 | 3565 Views
    You don’t fix, if it ain't broken but you can add more to it. Giving the statement a proof, Mahindra and Mahindra has reportedly launched the automatic variant in the Scorpio model lineup. Dealers in the Delhi NCR started selling the automatic variant in the 2WD variant at Rs. 13.13 lac while Rs. 14.33 lakh (ex-showroom) for the 4WD. We called a few dealers to get the confirmation that the automatic variant is now up for selling. Read Full News
  • Mahindra to Organise Free PUC Check-up Camp on World Environment Day
    Posted On | June 04, 2015 | 768 Views
    Contributing towards a green future, the homegrown car manufacturer Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. (M&M) on the occasion of World Environment Day, is organizing a free PUC check-up camp for its entire range of personal and commercial vehicles on June 5, 2015. This customer-centric initiative is being conducted by Mahindra in association with the Society for Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) and the Society for Automotive Fitness & Environment (SAFE). Read Full News
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  • we are planning to buy a second hand scorpio .2003 model .1,22,360 km driven.if you can tell me is it good idea to buy this ...and maintaince cost .. and how i can inspect the scorpio.. | Reply
    Posted By jobi | April 27, 2015
  • I have 2010 Scorpio Automatic and drove 60,000kms so far. chrome motors is asking me to change automatic transmission Oil now, and about 16 Litres of oil is required to be changed. And they are quoting about 20,000 rupees for this. Can some one tell me what is this Oil change about ? | Reply
    Posted By Srinivas | April 07, 2015
  • What is the minimum down payment and monthly installment of Mahindra Scorpio ? | Reply
    Posted By rohit | March 28, 2015

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  • Tell me about Mahindra Scorpio interiors?

    The Next-Gen Mahindra Scorpio’s interiors are luxurious and leaps ahead of its predecessor. They are done with premium materials and a dual-tone black and cream color scheme. The dashboard is compact ...read more

  • What is the difference between old Mahindra Scorpio and new Mahindra Scorpio?

    There are a whole bunch of differences between old Mahindra Scorpio and New-Gen Mahindra Scorpio. Starting with the exterior, one look at the New Scorpio and you will see how much it differs from the ...read more

  • How is the performance of Mahindra Scorpio?

    The Indian utility vehicle manufacturer Mahindra is a renowned manufacturer of diesel as well as petrol engines. Mahindra blessed the Scorpio with a 2.2-litre mHawk diesel engine. The CRDI (Common Rai...read more

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