Mahindra Scorpio Provides a ground clearance of 180 mm which can go over almost anything and everything that comes in its way. The overall quality of the ride is a bit compromised due to its tall boy design and low center of gravity. The driver and co-passenger are not affected by the bumpy ride but the middle row and last row bears the worst brunt of it all. Otherwise take it off road and at low speeds this SUV can take you in the direction that you would like it to go. Braking too is average as at high speeds controlling this machine can be a sticky situation especially if you are not used to its body roll.
By Arun on Saturday, September 15, 2012 1:21:02 PM
No it is not correct. It a rain sensor and during rain rain switch is activated. automatic water irrigation wipers works automatically. due to RTL sensors the H/L illumination will be automatically when dark. By
K.Senthilmaran Insurance surveyor Pondicherry
India 94437 09537
A diesel car, which has already done 1.25 lac km, the maintenance cost will certainly be on higher side. However, Mahindra Scorpio is a well-built car, so if you are getting a very good deal then you can pursue it. Read this article to know how to inspect a used car - http://www.cardekho.com/car-care-and-maintenance-guide/20-things-you-might-not-know-before-buying-a-used-car.htm
There is no official confirmation on it, however we are expecting an all-new automatic transmission by the end of 2015, which will be launched in both XUV500 and Scorpio. There is a little possibility of automatic transmission will be launched with the 4WD option as it will make the prices so high.