Mahindra has finally released the Scorpio N, the third generation of the nameplate, with prices starting at Rs 11.99 lakh and rising to Rs 19.49 lakh. It receives a brand-new look as well as a slew of new segments. The model will be available for bookings beginning July 30. However, the add to cart option will be available beginning July 5.
As of now, just the pricing of the manual petrol and diesel models have been announced, while the costs of the automatic and 4WD variants will be released on July 31. Please keep in mind that these pricing are only available for the first 25,000 bookings on a first come, first served basis.
The new Scorpio N features a striking, modern style while maintaining its boxy form. It also has a redesigned six-slat grille and a new Mahindra logo in the centre. Light-Emitting Diode (LED) fog lights are also installed between C-shaped LED daylight running lamps and LED twin-pod lights.
The 2022 Scorpio N will be available in five different configurations: Z2, Z4, Z6, Z8, and Z8L. It will be available in six and seven seater versions, with a third row facing forward.
The Scorpio N is powered by a 2.0-litre turbo-petrol engine that produces 200 horsepower and 370 Nm of torque. It also has a 2.2-litre diesel engine with manual and automatic gearbox options.
It is available in 4WD models with four traction modes: Snow, Muds and Ruts, Normal, and Sand.
The Scorpio N has an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Amazon Alexa, Adrenox linked car technology with over 70 functions, and what3words navigation. You'll also get wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, as well as a slew of applications like as AccuWeather, JustDial, Zomato, and TickerTape.
There are sensors, front and rear cameras, wireless phone charging, dual-zone fully automated temperature control, a 12-speaker Sony sound system, an electric sunroof, a motorised driver's seat, and a dual dial cluster with Thin-Film Transistor (TFT) display.
On top trim, it has 6 airbags, a tyre pressure monitoring system, hill-descent, hill-hold, dynamic stability control, trailer sway reduction, driver drowsiness detection, dynamic stability control, roll-over mitigation, and other active and passive safety systems.
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