The Mahindra Marazzo has been launched in four variants. Here's a look at what each one offers.
Mahindra’s much-awaited people carrier, the Marazzo, is now on sale in India. After driving it extensively, our first impressions are that it’s a promising new product and it’ll definitely shake things up in the MPV space, as its quality and fit-finish are top-notch, the 1.5-litre diesel motor is refined and the cabin comes loaded with features.
However, we’ve only driven the top-of-the-range variant as of now, and so it’ll be worth noticing what the lower variants have on offer. So, here’s a variant-wise break up of features and equipment that are on offer in the Marazzo.
Priced at ₹9.90 lakh (ex-showroom), the M2 is the base variant of the new MPV. And, as you’d expect, it’s quite basic in terms of features and equipment. Creature comfort includes power windows, power steering, central locking and roof-mounted AC vents. There’s no music system, let alone a touchscreen. Bluetooth connectivity isn’t offered either. The headlights are simple halogen lamps, and the vehicle rolls on 16-inch steel wheels. The M2 variant is available in both 7- and 8-seat configurations. The good thing is that even this bare-bones base variant gets dual-airbags, ABS with EBD, disc brakes on all four wheels and ISOFIX seat mounts. Overall, we think the M2 will appeal more to fleet operators than private car owners.
Sitting right above the base variant is the M4, which is priced at ₹10.95 lakh (ex-showroom). Now for the extra money spent on this variant, buyers will get a basic music system with four speakers, Bluetooth connectivity, rear wiper, washer and defogger, height adjustable driver seat and electrically adjustable ORVMs, in addition to what’s already offered on the M2 variant. The M4 is also available in both 7- and 8-seat layouts.
At ₹12.40 lakh (ex-showroom), the M6 is considerably pricier than the M4, however, it adds a lot more goodies over the M4, including projector headlamps, a chrome grille, cornering lamps, 16-inch alloy wheels, a 7-inch resistive touchscreen system with navigation and 1GB inbuilt storage, rear parking sensors, steering mounted controls, keyless entry, front and rear fog lamps and piano black interior. Like the M2 and M4, the M6 is offered as a 7- or 8-seater.
The M8 is the fully-loaded variant of the Marazzo, and it’s loaded with features and equipment. In addition to the features offered on the M6, the M8 gets a 7-inch capacitive touchscreen system that also has Android Auto, while the inbuilt memory storage is 8GB. The M8 also gets rear-camera for parking assistance, fully-automatic air-conditioning system, and cruise control. The ORVMs are electrically adjustable and foldable. The seats are leatherette as opposed to fabric seats in other variants. The M8 also gets bigger 17-inch alloy wheels. Unlike the lower trims, the M8 is only available in a 7-seat layout and is priced at ₹13.90 lakh (ex-showroom).
All 8-seater versions cost ₹5,000 more over their respective trim model.