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    Mahindra Scorpio-N

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    Z2 Petrol MT 7 STR
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    Mahindra Scorpio-N Key Specifications

    Price₹ 11.99 Lakh onwards
    Engine1997 to 2184 cc
    Fuel TypePetrol & Diesel
    TransmissionManual
    Seating Capacity7 Seater

    Mahindra Scorpio-N Summary

    Variants

    The new Mahindra Scorpio N is offered in five variants including Z2, Z4, Z6, Z8, and Z8L.

    Market introduction

    The new Scorpio N was launched in India on 27 June.

    Engine and specification

    The 2022 Mahindra Scorpio N is available with a 2.0-litre mStallion turbo-petrol engine that produces 200bhp and 370Nm (380 Nm for AT). Also on offer is a 2.0-litre mHawk diesel motor that is offered in two states of tune; 130bhp and 300Nm of torque, as well as 172bhp and 370Nm (400Nm for AT). These engines are paired with six-speed manual and automatic transmissions.

    Exterior design

    On the outside, the new Mahindra Scorpio N features the signature six-slat grille with chrome inserts, new LED projector headlamps, fog lights with C-shaped LED DRLs, new dual-tone alloy wheels, contrast-coloured roof rails and skid plates, vertically stacked LED tail lights, an integrated spoiler, 4Xplor logo on the boot lid, and a shark-fin antenna.

    Interiors and features

    Inside, the 2022 Mahindra Scorpio N comes equipped with an electric sunroof, dual-zone climate control, drive modes, a new touchscreen infotainment system, a Sony-sourced music system, AdrenoX connected car technology, and captain seats for the second row.

    Colours

    The Mahindra Scorpio is offered in seven colours including Dazzling Silver, Deep Forest, Grand Canyon, Everest White, Napoli Black, Red Rage, and Royal Gold.

    Seating capacity

    The Mahindra Scorpio N is available with six-seat and seven-seat configurations.

    Rivals

    Rivals to the Scorpio N include the Kia Seltos, Hyundai Creta, Volkswagen Taigun, Skoda Kushaq, and the MG Astor.

    Mahindra Scorpio-N Price

    Mahindra Scorpio-N price starts at ₹ 11.99 Lakh and goes upto ₹ 19.49 Lakh (Avg. ex-showroom). Scorpio-N comes in 9 variants. Scorpio-N top model price in petrol is ₹ 18.99 Lakh. Scorpio-N base model price in diesel is ₹ 12.49 Lakh.

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    Scorpio-N Z2 Petrol MT 7 STR

    ₹ 11.99 Lakh
    1997 cc, Petrol, Manual, 200 bhp
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    Scorpio-N Z2 Diesel MT 7 STR

    ₹ 12.49 Lakh
    2184 cc, Diesel, Manual, 130 bhp
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    Scorpio-N Z4 Petrol MT 7 STR

    ₹ 13.49 Lakh
    1997 cc, Petrol, Manual, 200 bhp
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    Scorpio-N Z4 Diesel MT 2WD 7 STR

    ₹ 13.99 Lakh
    2184 cc, Diesel, Manual, 172 bhp
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    Scorpio-N Z6 Diesel MT 2WD 7 STR

    ₹ 14.99 Lakh
    2184 cc, Diesel, Manual, 172 bhp
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    Scorpio-N Z8 Petrol MT 7 STR

    ₹ 16.99 Lakh
    1997 cc, Petrol, Manual, 200 bhp
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    Scorpio-N Z8 Diesel MT 2WD 7 STR

    ₹ 17.49 Lakh
    2184 cc, Diesel, Manual, 172 bhp
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    Scorpio-N Z8 L Petrol MT 7 STR

    ₹ 18.99 Lakh
    1997 cc, Petrol, Manual, 200 bhp
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    Scorpio-N Z8 L Diesel MT 2WD 7 STR

    ₹ 19.49 Lakh
    2184 cc, Diesel, Manual, 172 bhp
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    Mahindra Scorpio-N Review

    We get behind the wheels of the next generation Scorpio diesel AT

    Introduction

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    2022 is the 20th year running for the Mahindra Scorpio, an SUV which represents something that’s so much more than the sum total of all its merits and flaws. The year was 2002 and the Scorpio was Mahindra’s first vehicle for the global markets at the time it was big on-road presence and utility. Fast forward to 2022 and the all-new Scorpio-N is in for an even bigger shout when it comes to mass appeal. But can it recreate the magic of the original? Let’s find out.       

    Engine and Performance

    Engine Shot

    We have driven the Scorpio-N in the diesel automatic guise and this combination is likely to be a popular one in tier-1 markets. So it’s the same 2.2-litre mHawk diesel engine that already powers the XUV700 and that can only mean one thing – oodles of pulling power and effortless performance overall. Now even though the Scorpio-N is portly at 2,070kg (as tested), it is driven by an engine that makes 172hp and as much as 400Nm of torque (diesel manual makes 370Nm) and the combination of that translates to a surprisingly effortless drive for most occasions. 

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    This mHawk engine spins up in a smooth manner till about 3,000rpm post when you can hear some diesel clatter. As for the actual go, low to medium speed pull is really commendable and tractability is strong as well. Be it in the city or on the highway (until speeds of 100kmph or so), the torque build-up is meaty and the Scorpio-N never feels like it's struggling.   

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    The Scorpio-N’s strong performance is, in no small part, to the six-speed automatic which is quick and responsive when you are in a hurry and you need to reel in that gap in traffic. Anywhere below part throttle and it upshifts early at the meat of the torque band for smooth progress. This gearbox really allows this big vehicle to stretch its legs out on the highway, thanks to the tall fifth and sixth ratios. In fact, it wouldn’t shift up to fifth until you have crossed 75kmph. Like the XUV700, you get three driving modes – Zip, Zap and Zoom and each mode alters the throttle response and gearshifts. 

    Ride and Handling

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    This is one area where the Scorpio-N has taken massive leaps over the previous generation Scorpio which incidentally will continue to be sold. Speaking of the old model, the ladder frame on the Scorpio-N is 10 per cent lighter at 213kg whereas the body is 13 per cent lighter at 293kg. At the same time, Mahindra is claiming a stronger shell and better torsional rigidity thanks to 41 per cent high-strength steel which the brand says is the highest among all vehicles in its segment. Even the ladder frame uses 81 per cent high-strength steel. In terms of the setup, it’s running a double-wishbone independent front and Watt’s linkage at the rear. This rather unique setup for the rear basically keeps the axle laterally underneath the frame while allowing the body to travel vertically. 

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    In terms of ride quality, the older Scorpios have always had a certain amount of dip and rebound over undulated surfaces. The Scorpio-N though rides with a new level of maturity – it remains relatively flat over undulated surfaces and more importantly, the lateral movements are well contained at high speeds. Now if you keep the N below the speed limits there is no questioning the cushy ride no matter how rough or grainy the road surface gets. It’s supple yet predictable and like the old Scorpio, manages to smother almost everything in its way. 

    Comfort, Convenience and Features

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    Some might argue that Scorpio-N’s design is a bit too retrained especially in the company of Mahindra’s recent products. Now, looks are subjective and while the Scorpio-N looks menacing and well balanced on the outside, the interior looks quite simple and straightforward. The cabin, in fact, is highlighted by the coffee-black upholstery which looks classy and oozes plushness. In terms of feel, there’s lots of soft-touch padding everywhere and there are some high-quality bits like the grab handles on all the doors, wiper/light stalks and the air-con vents. Lastly, the metal look for the dual rails around the centre console and the air vents make for nice contrasting elements. What’s not so good, then? Well, the glove box opening is surprisingly flimsy and the toggle style switches and air-con dials could do with more heft. 

    Front Seat Headrest

    There is plenty of room up front with storage cubbies between the front seats. The seats themselves are large and wide and the under-thigh support is adequate, too. You also get a usable armrest which makes long-distance driving a little bit more relaxing. Meanwhile, the folks in the second row would also be equally happy, with excellent legroom and shoulder room. The Scorpio-N is a wide car and seating three adults on the bench seat isn’t an issue. 

    Second Row Seats

    The middle row on this bench seat version doesn’t slide forward which means getting into the third row is a bit of a squeeze. As for the space in here, it’s acceptable only for kids, if we are honest. The combination of a high floor and low seat means you end up sitting in a cramped manner with your knees locked in. 

    Third Row Seats

    The most expensive Z8L variant that we have tested here comes with an eight-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Sony audio, front camera, front parking sensors, 18-inch wheels, an electronically-adjustable driver seat, push-button start, leatherette upholstery, electric mirrors, dual-zone climate control and AC vents for the second row with blower control. In terms of safety equipment, there are six airbags, ABS, ESP and hill hold function. 

    Infotainment System

    While this is a generously equipped vehicle for what is basically a Scorpio, it is missing some essential features like one-touch auto-up windows, reach adjustment for the steering, ventilated seats and a 360-degree camera. 

    Conclusion

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    The new Scorpio-N is a two-ton, grand-size lesson in evolution done right. Over the years the Scorpio lineage has progressed from something a little crude and basic to an SUV which is surprisingly plush yet unsurprisingly utilitarian. Sure, it still has some chinks in its armour (read: cramped third row, missing essential features) but if you are looking for a tough ladder-frame SUV which is easy to drive in the city and at the same time, has the ability to take on bad roads with ease, the Scorpio-N is your best bet. With its polished dynamics, upmarket interiors and immense road presence, the Scorpio-N makes for a great all-around SUV. So much so that it might even draw many folks currently looking at the XUV700 AWD or the Thar. 

    Photography: Kaustubh Gandhi   

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    Mahindra Scorpio-N User Reviews

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    • Back looks are really bad and The Big Daddy have tiny 3rd row seat and boot space
      Back looks of new Scorpio are really bad and not even anywhere near to the previous generation. Doesn't justify his name. The big daddy.. Third row seat is too small and if it's in use there is no boot scape. Even if you will fold it, boot space isn't too good for practical use. So it's a 5 seater actually...
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    • Big car looks but some silly mistakes by Mahindra
      Everything in the new Scorpio N is fantastic but the third row space rear view of the car is something I don't like copy paste from the Volvo. There is no AC vents for the third row for such a big car is pathetic. Pricing is cherry on the cake but for only first 25k bookings. After 20 years Mahindra did a good.
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    • Mahindra Scorpio-N review
      This is unbeatable car really how big it was but awesome it's my dream car (I want this car) I love it. This is what a car I can't explain it!
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    • Big daddy of suv
      Next level car in D segment with affordable price and we can direct compare with Toyota Fortuner and jeep meridian Mahindra Scorpio N best in all over and off-road capabilities have.
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    • Very bad experience don't buy
      Very bad experience The Mahindra Scorpio is not very updated in the creature comforts department when compared to modern age SUVs. ... The cabin of the Mahindra Scorpio isn't as spacious and even the seats aren't the most comfortable ones we have seen in the segment. .
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    FAQs About Mahindra Scorpio-N

    Q: What is the on road price of Mahindra Scorpio-N?

    The on-road price of Scorpio-N in Delhi starts at ‎₹ 14.23 Lakh and goes upto ‎₹ 23.37 Lakh. The on road price is made up of ex-showroom price, RTO registration, road tax and insurance amount.

    Q: How much will be the EMI or down payment for Mahindra Scorpio-N?

    Mahindra Scorpio-N EMI starts at ₹ 22,663 per month for a down payment of ₹ 1,19,900 and a tenure of 60 months @ 9.5% interest rate for a loan amount of ₹ 10.79 Lakh.

    Q: Which car is better between Mahindra Scorpio-N and Mahindra XUV700?

    Scorpio-N price starts at ₹ 11.99 Lakh ex-showroom and It comes with 1997 cc engine. Whereas XUV700 price starts at ₹ 13.18 Lakh ex-showroom and It comes with 1997 cc engine. Compare the two models to identify the best car for you.

    Q: What is price of Mahindra Scorpio-N top model?

    Top model of Scorpio-N is Z8 L Diesel MT 2WD 7 STR and the ex-showroom for Scorpio-N Z8 L Diesel MT 2WD 7 STR is ₹ 19.49 Lakh.

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    Mumbai₹ 14.46 Lakh onwards
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