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    Mahindra Scorpio

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    Mahindra Scorpio Key Specifications

    Price₹ 11.98 Lakh onwards
    Mileage15 kmpl
    Engine2179 cc
    TransmissionManual
    Fuel TypeDiesel
    Seating Capacity7 Seater

    Mahindra Scorpio Summary

    Mahindra introduced the new-gen Scorpio back in 2015. Promptly after two years, the Scorpio got a mid-life update with a slightly tweaked cosmetic, new seating configuration and a bump in power output. The variants moniker also shifted from even alpha-numeric to odd alpha-numeric.

    The updated Scorpio gets a revised face and grille. The fascia hasn’t changed its appearance all that much but is more than enough for the car to be called an update. The head lamps and tail lights get new lightning signature. There are now redesigned alloy wheels along with indicator mounted ORVM and fog lamps with chrome bezels. The vehicle also gets new air extractors and new upper and lower grille mesh design. The tailgate gets a chrome applique and an aeroblade wiper.

    On the inside, the Scorpio comes equipped with leather wrapped steering wheel and gear lever, new mobile holder slot and bigger cubbyholes. In terms of features, the new Scorpio gets reverse parking camera with dynamic assist, one-touch lane change indicator, auto window roll-up, six-inch touch screen infotainment with Bluetooth/ CD/ DVD/ USB/ Aux, driver information system, Steering mounted audio and cruise controls, cushion suspension and anti-roll technology and shift-on- the-fly 4WD system. The SUV also gets Intellipark, tyre-tronics, rain and light sensors, micro hybrid technology, gear shift indicator and voice assist system.

    The new Scorpio comes loaded with safety features such as front dual airbags, ABS, panic brake indication, collapsible steering column and side intrusion beams, engine immobliser, anti-theft warning and seat belt reminder lamp. The vehicle also gets speed alert and an auto door lock.

    Under the hood, the new Mahindra Scorpio is powered by a 2.5-litre (only in base S3 variant) and 2.2-litre mHawk diesel engine in three states of tune – 75bhp (only in S3 variant), 120bhp/280Nm (S5 and S7 variants) and 140bhp/320Nm (S7 and S11 variants). The top spec S7 variant gets a new six-speed manual transmission, while the rest come mated to a five-speed manual transmission. The top-spec S11 is also available with an optional four wheel-drive system. The company claims that the new sixth generation Borg Warner turbo charger with the new easy shift 6-Speed transmission optimises performance, cruises on highways in overdrive and claims to save fuel. There is no automatic on offer right now, but we expect it to be offered sometime later.

    The updated Scorpio continues to lock horns with the likes of Tata Hexa, Hyundai Creta, stable mate Mahindra XUV500 and the newly-launched Renault Captur.

    Mahindra Scorpio Price

    Mahindra Scorpio price starts at ₹ 11.98 Lakh and goes upto ₹ 16.56 Lakh. The price of Diesel version for Scorpio ranges between ₹ 11.98 Lakh - ₹ 16.56 Lakh.

    VersionsEx-Showroom priceSpecificationsCompare

    Scorpio S3 Plus

    ₹ 11.98 Lakh
    2179 cc, Diesel, Manual, 15 kmpl
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    Scorpio S5

    ₹ 12.72 Lakh
    2179 cc, Diesel, Manual, 15 kmpl
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    Scorpio S7

    ₹ 14.79 Lakh
    2179 cc, Diesel, Manual, 15 kmpl
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    Scorpio S9

    ₹ 15.40 Lakh
    2179 cc, Diesel, Manual, 15 kmpl
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    Scorpio S11

    ₹ 16.56 Lakh
    2179 cc, Diesel, Manual, 15 kmpl
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    CarWale's Take

    • Good Things
      • Robust build
      • Strong engine performance
      • Driveability and rugged appeal
    • Could be Better
      • Interior layout isn’t user friendly
      • Bumpy ride quality at high speeds
      • Feels old compared to rivals 

    Scorpio Verdict

    The Scorpio is a brand in itself and has done wonders for Mahindra. Its combination of rugged appeal, robust build and strong diesel engine appeals to many. However, it has now started to feel old, especially the design which has been in existence for almost 15 years. Iffy interior quality and a bumpy ride do not help its case either. In short, the Scorpio is in need of a major overhaul or a brand-new car as soon as possible.

    Scorpio Review

    Almost two decades ago, it was the Scorpio which helped Mahindra enter the new millennium with a new identity. After some initial hiccups, the Scorpio became the mainstay of Mahindra’s scheme of things becoming one of the star products in their product matrix. 

    Introduction

    Almost two decades ago, it was the Scorpio which helped Mahindra enter the new millennium with a new identity. After some initial hiccups, the Scorpio became the mainstay of Mahindra’s scheme of things becoming one of the star products in their product matrix. And that is primarily because of its rugged nature and versatility. The Scorpio is as comfortable on the road as off it. Now that we have laid our hands on the latest 2017 Mahindra Scorpio, we couldn’t resist putting it through the paces to find out how it performs in the five labours.

     

    Is it practical?

    It is one of the most affordable SUVs that can seat seven comfortably and double up as a cargo van whenever you need it to be. Step inside and it feels premium thanks to the white interior. The wall-like dashboard is functional and because it is so close to the firewall, it helps open up more cabin space. Mahindra continues to focus on the utilitarian aspects and Scorpio does not get a whole lot of stowage spaces and cubby holes like the modern cars. For example, the front door pockets will let you keep a wallet or a bunch of papers. While the rear doors do not get pockets, you do get bottle holders and another mount/space added to the door panel. 

    Apart from these, you have a cubby slit fore of the gear lever and a rubber-matted recess aft of it. The rear AC vents housing also has a rubber-matted recess along with a 12V outlet for the smartphone generation. The seating is quite comfortable though. Both the rows get large seats covered in a mix of fabric and leather for the top-spec trim. The driver’s seat gives you a commanding view of the proceedings. The middle row gets good thigh support which makes for upright seating posture. The jump-seats in the back seem spacious but are best reserved for duress.

    How is it for a weekend with the gang?

    With its ladder-frame construction and rear-wheel drive setup, the Scorpio is a capable off-roader. If you are seven in number, the jump seats in the back aren’t something where you would want to be on the long hauls. But if you manage to sneak in the front, you will feel like you are in a lounge.

    Because, as we have said before, space is available in plenty. Even the six-footers in our team had no issues being seated behind one another. The Scorpio would be an ideal weekender for a gang of five. You can load up the boot right to the roof-top allowing you to take anything and everything that you might need for the road-trip. 

    Then comes the supreme ride-quality of the new Scorpio. Mahindra’s suspension tweaks seem to have worked. While it is still quite jiggly on broken roads thanks to the ladder-frame, on smooth roads, it works like a charm. In case you hit a pothole badly, the Scorpio will only emit a muffled thud rather than the spike through the spine of the earlier-generation car. Add the new 140bhp setup to the equation and you will be simply eating up the miles out on the highway.

     

    How is it to commute with?

    Large SUVs are always a tad difficult to manage on everyday urban commute. If you are in tier II or tier III cities, where the traffic is comparatively thinner and the commutes are longer, the Scorpio will certainly be at home. It will take the broken, bad roads in its stride and you will not have to worry about the maintenance of the suspension components as the Mahindra is built just for that.

    The low speed ride is plush and the NVH has improved quite a bit for an old-school SUV. The ample torque of the diesel engine means that you will not have to shift down to the first gear and just clutch it over everything. Also, you will have to worry less about people cutting you off or swerving in your lane if you opt for white colour.

    But if you are out to find parking in a busy neighbourhood or the local marketplace, finding a parking slot big enough to fit the Scorpio is a task. While it is not that long, the not-so-acute turning circle asks for more space. The steering on the new car is surprisingly light which makes it very easy to manoeuvre it around the oddly-parked cars, jaywalkers and all the different obstacles a modern Indian metro can offer.

    Is it fun to drive?

    Well, that depends upon what you expect from the Scorpio. The Scorpio now gets the XUV upgrade to its engine i.e. the 2.2-litre turbocharged diesel engine now develops 140bhp of power and 320Nm of torque. The 140 setup has more bite and is much faster off the blocks.

    However, do not expect it to handle and perform like a modern SUV. The Scorpio is old-school and that is its USP. It will not go into corners like a sedan. It will roll, pitch and yaw as well. But surprisingly, the car seems to be quite composed even around switchback corners at regular speeds. In spite of all these years of development, Mahindra has not been able to get the Scorpio to maintain its composure when it encounters asymmetrical bumps in the straight line. 

    The steering has become a lot lighter and improved in its precision but still has to work on its feedback. The brakes have improved from their earlier spongy self but they still can't be counted as good.

    Is it good with features?

    This is one thing that Mahindra has been able to crack in the past decade. With their limited engineering prowess, Mahindra has always chosen to blow their buyers away with their feature lists. The top-spec Scorpio gets all-four power windows, power-folding and adjustable mirrors, tilt adjustable steering and height adjustable driver seat.

    Along with the automatic climate control with AC vents for the rear passengers, the Scorpio comes with a touch-screen infotainment system with steering mounted audio controls. The infotainment system gets AUX, USB as well as Bluetooth connectivity for telephony and music. It gets the start-stop Micro-Hybrid system that works pretty seamlessly. If you slip it into neutral at a traffic light and let go of the clutch, the engine will cut off and as you get back on the clutch, it cranks up again. The Scorpio also gets cruise control. Electrically adjustable and folding wing mirrors, rear parking sensors with camera, dual front airbags and height adjustable driver’s seat are also offered on the top-spec Scorpio S11.

    Conclusion

    The Mahindra Scorpio is a no-nonsense car. Its old-school build makes it a bit heavy but that also adds to its tenacity and ruggedness. It has acceptable manners on the road as well as off the beaten path. With its off-road skills, it can drive you through most trails. Also, it is quite spacious for a gang of five and will make do if you have two more last minute entrants for the weekend getaway. And despite being old-school, it gets a feature list that matches most of the modern SUVs and that makes it an all-rounder. But at Rs 14.79 lakhs ex-showroom, Delhi, the Scorpio S11 is on the expensive side especially, when you consider the Tata Hexa that fits in the same budget.

     

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    Scorpio Colours

    Mahindra Scorpio 2021 is available/sold in the following colours in India.

    Pearl White
    Pearl White

    Mahindra Scorpio Mileage

    Fuel TypeTransmissionARAI Mileage

    Diesel

    (2179 cc)

    Manual15 kmpl

    FAQs About Mahindra Scorpio

    Q: What is the on road price of Scorpio?

    The on-road price of Scorpio in Delhi starts at ‎₹ 14.48 Lakh and goes upto ‎₹ 19.59 Lakh. The on road price is made up of ex-showroom price, RTO registration, road tax and insurance amount.

    Q: Which car is better between Scorpio and Bolero?

    Scorpio price starts at ₹ 11.98 Lakh ex-showroom and It comes with 2179 cc engine. Whereas Bolero price starts at ₹ 8.16 Lakh ex-showroom and It comes with 1493 cc engine. Compare the two models to identify the best car for you.

    Q: What are the offers available on Mahindra Scorpio for April?

    There are 4 Mahindra Scorpio offers in Delhi for the month of April.

    Q: What is price of Scorpio top model?

    Top model of Scorpio is S11 and the ex-showroom for Scorpio S11 is ₹ 16.56 Lakh.

    Q: What is the mileage of Mahindra Scorpio?

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    Mahindra Scorpio User Reviews

    • Legend since 2002
      A Scorpio has been a head turner since 2002 . A Scorpio is a budget beast both in terms of the command while you ride and the service. I would call it a budget Fortuner as both does the job well . Even in city you can handle it at ease. I bet even...
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    • Scorpio Sting- Its deadly.
      It has been a great experience for me in possessing Mahindra Scorpio S11. I have been driving this vehicle since August 2019 . Sales teams was supportive. It gives confidence and comfort for long distance drives. Driving this vehicle 300 km at a...
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    • Mahindra Scorpio S5 review
      Totally satisfying suv. I love this variant because of it's look. Also very easy to drive , the most amazing is that you can put out the back seat and can put lots of goods in the back side.
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    • Awesome s11
      It's very comfortable and good car and it's engine power is also good and seating capacity is good it's drive very smoothly, looks is awesome so very nice looking and interior is very good and comfortable, service and maintenance is very costly but...
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    • Very nice car
      Driving experience & performance are very good, Looks amazing, Value for money, Maintenance cost normal, Black color is best in scorpio, Comfort level is too good, Interior are very good.
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    Mahindra Scorpio Price in India

    CityOn-Road Prices
    Mumbai₹ 14.28 Lakh onwards
    Bangalore₹ 15.45 Lakh onwards
    Delhi₹ 14.48 Lakh onwards
    Pune₹ 14.29 Lakh onwards
    Navi Mumbai₹ 14.28 Lakh onwards
    Hyderabad₹ 14.86 Lakh onwards
    Ahmedabad₹ 13.79 Lakh onwards
    Chennai₹ 14.98 Lakh onwards
    Kolkata₹ 13.77 Lakh onwards

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