Mahindra Scorpio Price List
Mahindra Scorpio launched in India at a starting price of Rs 10 Lakh. Check out the Mahindra Scorpio which comes in following versions. Get more info the new Mahindra Scorpio with on road price, mileage, specifications and images. Check mileage of new Mahindra Scorpio with photos. features, colours, comparisons, videos and latest news in India on autoX.
Colors of Mahindra Scorpio
- Pearl White
- Napoli Black
- Molten Red
- Mist Silver
Mahindra Scorpio Mileage
Mahindra Scorpio Highlights
Mahindra & Mahindra have been riding the wave ever since the first-generation Scorpio. And after numerous facelifts, it was about time the brand decided on giving it a major revamp, based on a new chassis. Let's take a look then at how this version of the Scorpio stacks up.
A look at the new Scorpio has us convinced that it is in fact very similar to the previous model, despite major alterations having been carried out. The front-end is now more aggressive with that large toothy grille, the smoked-out headlamp clusters and re-designed front bumper. At the rear, the tailgate is all-new, and the clear-lens tail lamps feature LEDs, but the chrome finish is a bit in-your-face. It also gets new 17-inch alloy wheels. The roof and the doors seem carried over from the old SUV, but the overall rugged appeal of the Scorpio still remains – and we're guessing there are many who don't mind it.
The Mahindra Scorpio variants are as follows: S3 2WD 9 STR, S3 2WD 7 STR, S5 2WD 7 STR, S5 2WD 9 STR, S7 120 2WD 7 STR, S7 120 2WD 8 STR, S7 140 2WD 7 STR, S7 140 2WD 8 STR, S11 2WD 7 STR, S11 2WD 8 STR, S11 4WD 7 STR and S11 4WD 8 STR. It features a touchscreen entertainment system with built-in navigation and Bluetooth connectivity, automatic climate control, automatic headlamps, a rain-sensing front wipers, Micro-hybrid technology, and a tyre-pressure monitoring system. On the safety front, it gets dual airbags and ABS across all variants, barring the base 'S3' variant.
On the inside, everything is all-new – right from the dashboard to the centre console and instrument cluster. The fit-and-finish is far better now. The dark-grey faux leather seat upholstery is classy, while there is also ample room on offer. The quality of plastics can improve, but the commanding view you get from the driver's seat is something most Scorpio owners will love. On the driver's side, the window gets an auto roll-up feature as well. Also, the seats provide decent thigh support.
Engine Specifications & Performance
Under the bonnet of the Mahindra Scorpio lies the mHawk140 2.2-litre, four-cylinder diesel engine that makes 140hp and 320Nm of torque. Paired to the motor is a 5-speed manual gearbox. The chassis has received a raft of changes in terms of construction as well as the suspension layout. The new SUV is now more composed, along with improved ride quality, as well as better high-speed stability. It's improved marginally in the handling department, but the heft of the vehicle cannot be ignored, especially when cornering. Braking has improved too, as the new Scorpio doesn't dive as much as the old SUV did.
The Mahindra Scorpio's ARAI-certified fuel efficiency figure is rated at 15.4kpl for the diesel manual model.