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Mileage15.4 kmpl
Service Cost Rs 6,594 /yr
 
Performance
Engine2179 cc 
BHP120
 
Comfort
TransmissionAutomatic
Rear AC VentsYes
 
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ABSYes
Driver AirbagYes
 
EMI
Duration 5 years
EMIRs 29,950
 
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Scorpio highlights

September 27, 2016: The third/current generation of Mahindra Scorpio was launched back in 2014. Since then, it has not seen many cosmetic or feature changes but has witnessed a new mechanical powertrain. Launched with a 2.6-litre and a 2.2-litre motor, Mahindra in 2016 introduced a 1.99-litre diesel engine in the car as well, which was launched with the company's Intelli-Hybrid technology at Rs 9.35 (ex-showroom) in Delhi recently. This was done in order to overcome the 2-litre and above diesel ban in the national capital. The car is priced at Rs 8.8 lakh for the base variant (S2) and goes all the way up to Rs 15.3 lakh for the top-end 4X4 automatic variant (S10) (ex-showroom Delhi). The 1.99-litre variants are only sold in Delhi. Recently, the automaker has recalled the Scorpio manufactured until June 2016 since its launch to fix a faulty fluid hose. 
 

Mahindra Scorpio price list (Variants)

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Getaway
2609 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 13.5 kmpl
Rs 8.94 Lakh*
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S2
2523 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 15.4 kmpl
Rs 9.68 Lakh*
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Getaway 4WD
2609 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 10.22 kmpl
Rs 9.93 Lakh*
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Intelli Hybrid S4
2179 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 15.4 kmpl
Rs 9.62 Lakh*
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1.99 S4
1997 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 15.4 kmpl
Rs 10.03 Lakh*
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Intelli Hybrid S4 Plus
2179 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 15.4 kmpl
Rs 9.99 Lakh*
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1.99 S4 Plus
1997 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 15.4 kmpl
Rs 10.66 Lakh*
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Intelli Hybrid S6 Plus
2179 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 15.4 kmpl
Rs 11.01 Lakh*
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Intelli Hybrid S4 Plus 4WD
2179 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 15.4 kmpl
Rs 11.19 Lakh*
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1.99 S6 Plus
1997 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 15.4 kmpl
Rs 11.7 Lakh*
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1.99 S4 Plus 4WD
1997 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 15.4 kmpl
Rs 11.94 Lakh*
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Intelli Hybrid S8
2179 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 15.4 kmpl
Rs 12.0 Lakh*
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S8 7C Seater
2179 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 15.4 kmpl
Rs 12.46 Lakh*
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1.99 S8
1997 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 15.4 kmpl
Rs 12.74 Lakh*
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Intelli Hybrid S10
2179 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 15.4 kmpl
Rs 12.67 Lakh*
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1.99 S10
1997 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 15.4 kmpl
Rs 13.42 Lakh*
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Adventure Edition 2WD
2179 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 15.4 kmpl
Rs 13.69 Lakh*
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S10 AT 2WD
2179 cc,  Automatic, Diesel, 15.4 kmpl
Rs 14.27 Lakh*
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Intelli Hybrid S10 4WD
2179 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 15.4 kmpl
Rs 13.77 Lakh*
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1.99 S10 4WD
1997 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 15.4 kmpl
Rs 14.6 Lakh*
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Adventure Edition 4WD
2179 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 15.4 kmpl
Rs 14.91 Lakh*
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S10 AT 4WD
2179 cc,  Automatic, Diesel, 15.4 kmpl
Rs 15.48 Lakh*
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    I recently got a chance to drive Mahindra Scorpio in an off-road rally and would say the experience was not very good. I have been driving SUVs for approximately 3-4 years and expected a lot from the Scorpio.The car has got good looks and you will be impressed by them. But the real thing about an SUV is its performance off-road and this is where Scorpio fails to nail it. On loose tracks, the control is not very good and you feel disconnected with the track many times.It gets extremely uncomforta read more 30

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    I have been using Mahindra Scorpio for a year and my love for the car increases with time.I am a core SUV lover and this is the place where Scorpio nails it. I had checked its competitors while buying it and I really don't repent my decision. I just love off-roading and in the next para I will be covering some marvellous points about the car.Important things first - I own a 4x4 variant which means the power is delivered to all the four wheels. This is not of much use on stable roads but is a read more 11

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    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 speed sharp turns. Loved this. Needs to improve the de read more 100

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Scorpio colors

  • Regal Blue

  • Mist Silver

  • Molten Red

  • Fiery Black

  • Diamond White

Mahindra Scorpio mileage

Variant Mileage (City) Mileage (Highway)
Diesel9.4 kmpl 13.5 kmpl

Mahindra Scorpio review

Introduction:

Mahindra Scorpio has been the undisputed king in the Indian SUV segment for more than a decade now. It changed the fortunes for Mahindra and helped it to become one of largest sports utility machines maker in the country. It is designed and developed indigenously by the manufacturing team of M&M. In its journey in the automobile world, it has won several rewards and awards including "Best SUV of the Year" and "Best Car of the Year" from the popular BBC weekly auto daily "World Wheels". It went through ups and downs in India and faced tough competition from the likes of Tata Safari and Renault Duster and yet survived the challenge. Let's explore further into the vehicle.

Pros:

1. The New-Gen Scorpio looks intimidating. All thanks to its exterior updates.

2. The 2.2-litre mHawk diesel engine delivers exceptional performance.

Cons:

1. Its ride quality still requires some improvements.

2. Price tag of high-end version is very expensive.

Standout features:

1. . An advanced 6-inch touchscreen infotainment system supports all necessary connectivity features.

2. It comes packed with innovative features like static-bending technology, voice assist system, Intellipark and GPS navigation.

Overview:

Prior to Scorpio, Mahindra had a fleet of basic utility models like Armada, Bolero and others. After the arrival of Scorpio, company's brand image took a turn for good and gained popularity almost instantly. It was the first modern SUV by Mahindra in the country and it certainly lived upto the expectation of the firm and auto enthusiasts across India. At one point, Mahindra Scorpio was the best-selling model in the country. It evolved constantly over the time and entered into a new generation in the year 2014. Recently, the company had to launch this vehicle with an oil-burner with engine capacity of less than 2.0-litre, thanks to the ban on diesel powered vehicles with engine capacity of over 2.0-litres in the national capital. In a bid to further rejuvenate its sales, an automatic version has also been added to its lineup. Now, the Scorpio is available in more than 18 variants with seven and eight seater options.

Background and Evolution:

In the year 2002, Mahindra introduced its first modern SUV, Scorpio, in the country which changed the perception of a utility vehicle in India. It was an instant success back then that encouraged the company to launch an upgraded version with minor tweaks to its exterior and interior design. While in 2006, its second generation model had been launched with notable changes to its styling and specifications. As the sales experienced a downside, the Indian firm introduced the third-generation Scorpio in 2014 that helped in its revival.

Exteriors:

Mahindra Scorpio does cast quite the aura, with its well toned body format and menacing demeanour. Powerful lines invigorate its look, while a more masculine build texture adds to the distinguished appeal. We'll admit, we were definitely taken by the Scorpio and its aggressive stature, something that we're sure will lure most viewers from the younger generation.

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The front end of the Scorpio is not as overdone as some other models of this company, such as the XUV500 or the Xylo. We think that the more down-to-earth, grounded design language that the company has used to shape this model has played to its side. Despite lacking that modern touch that today's vehicles have, the machine does command a unique prowess of its own.

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At the front, the focus is on the large grille, touched with chrome accents, which is sure to attract the attention of masses.

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The headlamps come with LED eyebrows, and we thought this added an intriguing touch to the image.

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At the base of the front skirts, a large air dam stretches out, with fog lamps on both corners. The wide hood is streaked with subtle lines, and the bonnet scoop adds a sporty element to the appearance.

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Much of the design of its side facet remains the same like its predecessor. The prominent lines that sweep through the sides add some more gravity to the look, along with the clean body cladding.

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When you take a look at the vehicle's side, you're sure to feel drawn by the muscular wheel arches and the stylish wheel rims beneath them. This latest version now gets 17-inch alloy wheels in its top end variants, while the lower end variants come with steel rims.

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There is a silver finished bezel highlight on the wheel fenders, and although it's quite subtle, you can tell that the company is willing to go the extra mile to energize this machine's look. For the higher end variants, the door handles and outside mirrors are body coloured, and we loved the unity that this inspired in the look.

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The tail-gate applique is yet another marvelous touch to the look, while the black number plate applique finishes off the distinctive vision of the vehicle.

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This latest version of Scorpio measures about 4456mm in length, 1820mm in width (excluding the ORVMs) and stands with a height of 1975mm. It also has a ground clearance of 180mm, which is not suitable for off-roading.

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Interiors:

Interiors of the new generation Scorpio get subtle changes to its design, cosmetics and the quality of materials, bringing an up-market appeal to the cabin. The interior design looks completely different over the predecessor. Be it the dashboard or steering wheel or seating, everything about the interior is new. The cabin is spacious and good enough for seven passengers. But the leg room in second row makes you feel cramped and certainly could have been better.

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Step inside the vehicle and you'll notice the elegantly designed dashboard that comes in a dual tone scheme. It has a typical SUV design with beige and black colour scheme with metallic highlights.

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One thing that really caught our eyes is the instrument cluster. It has a bold design featuring two analogue gauges and a digital display. Also, it is packed with a few notification lamps, which helps keep the driver informed.

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The steering wheel comes with a trendy 4-spoke design, which can also be seen on XUV500. It comes mounted with multi-functional switches for audio control and call functions. All the switches have back-light facility.

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The center console houses an in-car entertainment system featuring a six inch touchscreen. It is integrated with navigation in 10 different languages. It also offers readouts including tyre pressure and temperature, average fuel consumption, GPS navigation, and other vital stats of the SUV.

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The front seats of the Scorpio are reasonably comfortable and offer good support thanks to its ergonomic layout. Its high perched positioning is one more reason that makes you feel comfortable.

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The second row gets knee level air vents console featuring drink holders. It has been positioned well and doesn't eat much of leg room.

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The third row is furnished with two jump seats. However, higher end variants have an option to choose front facing third row seat with foldable armrest.

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There are tons of utility features provided inside including accessory power socket, cup holders, glove box, sun visors and a few other storage units.

The overall interior design is good, but much more work could have been done to improve the quality.

Performance:

The new generation Scorpio comes with the same 2.2-litre mHawk diesel engine, but with some minor refinements. Turn the engine on and the SUV roars to life with a slight vibration. It feels smooth and pleasant when on idle. It picks up quite well and you will hardly notice any form of ruggedness. Also, gear shifts feels smooth, thanks to the refined gearbox. This 2179cc engine has the ability to pump out a maximum power of 120bhp at 4000rpm and a hammering torque of 280Nm at 1800 to 2800rpm. For the Delhi and NCR region, Mahindra is offering the Scorpio with a 2.0-litre engine instead of 2.2-litre unit, which has a displacement capacity of 1997cc. This engine produces the same power and torque like its mHawk counterpart. Its acceleration from 0 to 100 kmph is clocked at 14 seconds. Drivability on city roads is good, but Scorpio shows its real performance on highways. Even at speeds of over 100 kmph, it feels relaxed. Transmission duties of this mill are handled by a five speed manual transmission gearbox. The top-spec S10 variant is available with an option to choose a 6-speed automatic transmission gearbox. This SUV has the ability to return a mileage in the range of 13 to 15 kmpl. However, this figure goes down to 13.5 kmpl in its automatic version.

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Ride and Handling:

Its sits on a sturdy suspension system that features hydraulic double acting telescopic shock absorbers. Fitted to the front axle is a double wish-bone suspension layout with independent coil springs, while the rear one is assembled with an anti roll bar loaded multi link coil spring suspension. This gives you a better ride quality unlike any of its nearest rivals. Mahindra is offering this SUV with a conventional disc and drum braking mechanism. However, the presence of anti lock braking system aids its overall performance and lets you enjoy the highway driving to the fullest. The steering on the other hand is very responsive that minimizes the effort required for handling. Parking in tight corners is a one-handed affair.

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Safety:

The all new-generation Scorpio has tons of safety features including digital immobilizer and collapsible steering wheel as standard across all the trims. Currently, the Scorpio is on offer in six trim levels wherein dual front airbags and ABS with EBD are available as standard from S4+ trim onwards. The company is also offering advanced features like auto door locking while driving, seatbelt reminder lamp and parking brake indicator on instrument cluster, while the top-spec S10 trim also comes with speed alert function.

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Variants:

As mentioned above, this third-generation Mahindra Scorpio comes in six variant levels namely, S2, S4, S4+, S6+, S8 and S10. Its base version S2 gets basic set of features including hydraulic power assisted steering, a manual air conditioning unit with heater, power windows with switches on central console, accessory power socket and a few storage units. If you are on a limited budget, then choosing S2 trim would be a wise option, as it would fulfil all your basic requirements. However, if you are a music lover, then you must go with at least S6+, which comes with a 2-DIN audio system featuring a CD player, USB and AUX-In. While the higher-end variant S10 gets advanced features like a 6-inch touchscreen infotainment system, GPS navigation, a driver information system, parking assistant and a voice assistant system.

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Verdict:

The third-generation Mahindra Scorpio has undergone a major overhaul with regards to style, comfort, handling and dynamics. It is perhaps the best option in the entry level SUV segment, thanks to its competitive initial cost of ownership. However, as the trim level increases, it gets painfully pricier. You really have to think twice before going in for the higher-spec model, since it is very expensive for its features, quality and stature. In this segment, you can find Duster as its closest rival, but it is a five seater and its engine size is significantly lower. Hence, Tata Safari Storme is the only alternative for the Scorpio, but it comes with its own drawbacks.

Mahindra Scorpio price

Variants New Delhi Bangalore Mumbai Chennai Pune Hyderabad Kolkata Find On Road Price in Your City
Getaway
(Diesel)
8,94,431 8,95,217 8,66,967 9,04,512 8,63,382 9,03,007 9,15,279   Get On Road Price  
S2
(Diesel)
9,68,434 9,59,938 9,77,668 9,72,749 9,25,713 9,69,068 9,66,704   Get On Road Price  
Getaway 4WD
(Diesel)
9,93,292 9,95,896 9,64,812 10,05,192 9,61,232 10,03,688 10,16,958   Get On Road Price  
Intelli Hybrid S4
(Diesel)
9,61,955 10,29,339 10,48,635 10,42,152 9,93,184 10,38,472 10,37,359   Get On Road Price  
1.99 S4
(Diesel)
10,02,780 9,92,946 9,54,542 10,05,570 9,49,632 10,02,257 10,12,979   Get On Road Price  
Intelli Hybrid S4 Plus
(Diesel)
9,99,344 10,72,926 10,93,193 10,72,173 10,22,314 10,72,072 10,80,626   Get On Road Price  
1.99 S4 Plus
(Diesel)
10,66,132 10,36,857 9,96,845 10,49,481 9,91,937 10,46,171 10,57,326   Get On Road Price  
Intelli Hybrid S6 Plus
(Diesel)
11,01,109 11,81,164 12,06,366 11,81,354 11,43,155 11,70,689 11,92,019   Get On Road Price  
Intelli Hybrid S4 Plus 4WD
(Diesel)
11,18,965 11,90,793 12,13,709 12,03,603 11,50,138 11,94,470 12,13,158   Get On Road Price  
1.99 S6 Plus
(Diesel)
11,69,665 11,43,650 11,02,113 11,43,654 10,97,207 11,43,634 11,67,556   Get On Road Price  
1.99 S4 Plus 4WD
(Diesel)
11,93,531 11,59,253 11,14,784 11,71,874 11,09,880 11,68,568 11,80,937   Get On Road Price  
Intelli Hybrid S8
(Diesel)
11,99,545 12,81,978 13,07,178 12,94,789 12,39,007 12,91,111 12,90,486   Get On Road Price  
S8 7C Seater
(Diesel)
12,45,769 12,42,667 11,95,383 12,55,290 11,90,479 12,51,981 12,65,070   Get On Road Price  
1.99 S8
(Diesel)
12,74,290 12,42,667 11,95,383 12,55,290 11,90,479 12,51,981 12,65,070   Get On Road Price  
Intelli Hybrid S10
(Diesel)
12,67,339 13,52,197 13,78,956 13,49,581 12,92,208 13,49,477 13,60,677   Get On Road Price  
1.99 S10
(Diesel)
13,42,310 13,11,434 12,61,629 13,24,056 12,56,724 13,20,747 13,34,521   Get On Road Price  
Adventure Edition 2WD
(Diesel)
13,68,572 13,81,872 13,24,801 13,91,278 13,20,993 13,91,002 14,02,619   Get On Road Price  
S10 AT 2WD
(Diesel)
14,27,006 14,25,516 14,53,898 14,38,327 13,78,507 14,34,648 14,31,420   Get On Road Price  
Intelli Hybrid S10 4WD
(Diesel)
13,77,472 14,73,401 15,02,768 14,86,212 14,24,969 14,70,679 14,83,088   Get On Road Price  
1.99 S10 4WD
(Diesel)
14,60,311 14,32,640 13,78,311 14,45,261 13,73,405 14,41,950 14,56,932   Get On Road Price  
Adventure Edition 4WD
(Diesel)
14,90,721 15,03,078 15,33,099 15,12,483 14,37,673 15,12,206 15,25,030   Get On Road Price  
S10 AT 4WD
(Diesel)
15,48,457 15,50,196 15,81,259 15,63,006 14,99,599 15,59,324 15,68,268   Get On Road Price  

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Mahindra Scorpio Launched With ‘Intelli-Hybrid’ Tech in Delhi at Rs 9.35 Lakh

The system will be installed on the company’s 1.99-litre mHawk engine and will be available across various variants of the Scorpio Read Full News

Posted On | September 27, 2016 | 101593 Views

Mahindra Freedom Fest: Lucrative Offers On Scorpio, KUV100, TUV300

Here's Mahindra with discounts and freebies on its line-up under the Mahindra Freedom Fest. Click on to know more.Mahindra & Mahindra has come up with amazing offers across its line-up under its Mahindra Freedom Fest drive. To mark the 70th Independence Day, the homegrown automaker is offering benefits up to Rs 57,000 on its highly popular UV, the Bolero, while the least benefit is given on the KUV100 of Rs 10,000. Recently, the company registered a fall in its ranking from third to fourth in the list of largest carmakers of the country for July. It required a boost in sales, and certainly, offers are the best way to go about it.  The automaker is also giving benefits on its Scorpio SUV and the NuvoSport compact SUV. Both the models attract freebies worth Rs 39,500 and Rs 55,000, respectively. Moreover, the KUV100 can also be bought with exchange bonus of Rs 25,000. Under the Freedom Fest, Mahindra has also listed the TUV300 and it has benefits up to Rs 55,000.  Last month, it launched the Mahindra Scorpio with Intelli-Hybrid technology at Rs 9.74 lakh (ex-showroom Navi Mumbai). This technology helps in reducing fuel consumption by giving additional electric power to the engine whenever one accelerates the vehicle. The manufacturer also updated its Mahindra XUV 500 automatic with passive keyless entry and push button start features last month.  Earlier in July, a camouflaged Mahindra MPV was spotted testing. It resembled the Scorpio’s front, although,  with subtle changes while side profile mimicked the XUV500. It had a new set of headlamps and tail lamps. In addition to the MPV, two new Mahindra Reva vehicles are also expected to make their way in the country by year end.  Coming back to the offers, the last date to get these benefits is August 31, 2016. Let’s see whether this scheme is able to push sales for Mahindra or not.  Read Full News

Posted On | August 09, 2016 | 84168 Views

Scorpio With 'Intelli-Hybrid' Tech Launched At Rs 9.74 lakh

Mahindra has upgraded its 'Micro-Hybrid' technology to ‘Intelli-Hybrid’ Read Full News

Posted On | July 21, 2016 | 127032 Views
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